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Lawsuit Filed Against Jody Kriss, Former Bayrock Executive & Founder of East River Partners
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Man Charged With Murder In Filer Pleads Not Guilty
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Second Oregon sex offender at Umatilla prison dies unexpectedly in just nine days
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21, Sep 2014 - Probe into Scott Walker's recall campaign goes to court
An appeals court on Tuesday will consider whether to resume a probe of possible illegal coordination and fundraising
21, Sep 2014 - Feds say drug-sniffing dog with faked credentials may have been trained
Prosecutors are seeking $122,000 seized at BWI Airport Federal prosecutors pursuing a drug money case based in part on a police dog whose certification has been questioned said in court filings this week that the dog might actually have been properly trained.
21, Sep 2014 - Same-sex divorce could prompt statewide gay marriage ruling
In an unusual decision, the state's 2nd District Court of Appeal on Wednesday asked the Florida Supreme Court to settle the question due to "great public importance." The ruling is connected to a lesbian couple in Hillsborough County asking for a divorce; if the high court takes up the case, it could result in having the gay marriage issue settled in Florida before the U.S. Supreme Court acts.
21, Sep 2014 - District Court for Aug. 27
District Justice Little The following cases were administered by Magisterial District Judge Tony Little: Kay Silver, 31 Lincoln Drive, Hanover, paid $177.
21, Sep 2014 - Legals August 27, 2014
21, Sep 2014 - Arkansas judge dismissed for disclosing details about Theron adoption
By Steve Barnes LITTLE ROCK Ark. (Reuters) - An Arkansas state judge who acknowledged posting on the Internet confidential information regarding an adoption by actress Charlize Theron was removed from office on Thursday by the Arkansas Supreme Court. Circuit Judge Michael Maggio of Conway, Arkansas, admitted using a pseudonym to disclose information on the adoption, which apparently occurred in ...
21, Sep 2014 - DEP facing lawsuit over access to mining pollution data
By Ken Ward Jr. The state Department of Environmental Protection is facing a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit over its refusal to provide a public interest law firm with a slice of agency data that shows recent water pollution levels at coal-mining operations across West Virginia. Lawyers from Appalachian Mountain Advocates sued DEP in Kanawha Circuit Court after the agency turned down their ...
21, Sep 2014 - Ex-Nevada lawmaker pleads guilty in 2 Vegas cases
LAS VEGAS (AP) â A former Nevada state lawmaker could be freed from jail in Las Vegas after pleading guilty to felony charges in separate criminal cases dating to the days before his expulsion from the Legislature last year. Defense attorney Adam Gill said Thursday that former Democratic Assemblyman Steven Brooks' family planned to post $10,000 bail to free him to await evaluation for a mental ...
21, Sep 2014 - Last Tennessee Republican AG was elected — in 1865
NASHVILLE — Newly appointed state Attorney General Herbert Slatery, who last week became only the second Republican in Tennessee history to hold the post, fully embraces the unusual process in which the state Supreme Court names the state's top lawyer.
21, Sep 2014 - His '90 murder rap tossed, man to be released
A former New York City businessman who has spent 24 years in prison after being convicted of setting a fire that killed his mentally ill daughter is scheduled to walk out of a maximum-security prison in Pennsylvania a free man, following a judge's ruling that the case against him was based on now-debunked arson science.
21, Sep 2014 - Judge To Rule On Whether Chesapeake Stands Trial
A northern Michigan judge says she'll issue a ruling later on whether Chesapeake Energy should stand trial on racketeering charges that accuse it of leasing land to thwart competitors and then canceling the deals when the competition ended.
21, Sep 2014 - Chicago crime rate drops as concealed carry gun permit applications surge
An 86-year-old Illinois man with a concealed carry permit fired his weapon at an armed robbery suspect fleeing police last month, stopping the man in his tracks and allowing the police to make an arrest. Law enforcement authorities described the man as "a model citizen" who "helped others avoid being ...
21, Sep 2014 - Judge Shortage in Virginia Puts Strain on Local Courts
Lynchburg, VA - A shortage in judges across the state has put a strain on local courts... leading to delays and backlogs in many areas.
21, Sep 2014 - Panthers DE Hardy to start Sunday against Lions
Greg Hardy will start the Carolina Panthers' home opener Sunday against the Detroit Lions with no new developments in his domestic violence case. Hardy missed practice Wednesday to meet with his attorney, but coach Ron Rivera announced the decision to start Hardy Friday after the defensive end practiced for a second straight day. The team's franchise player, Hardy has not been suspended by the ...
21, Sep 2014 - Judge lets 'X-Men' director's accuser drop lawsuit
HONOLULU (AP) — A former child model can drop his lawsuit accusing "X-Men" director Bryan Singer of sex abuse in Hawaii and has the option of refiling it later, a federal judge ruled Wednesday.
21, Sep 2014 - Feds sue Corinthian Colleges, alleging predatory lending
The U.S. Consumer Financial Protection Bureau sued Corinthian Colleges Inc. on Tuesday, alleging that the ailing Orange County for-profit college operator deceived tens of thousands of students and operated an "illegal predatory lending scheme."
21, Sep 2014 - Attorney: Yup’ik Fishermen Wrongfully Convicted
Attorneys argued before the Alaska Court of Appeals in downtown Anchorage today about whether Yup’ik fishermen, who fished for Chinook or king Salmon during a closure on the Kuskokwim River in 2012, were wrongfully convicted. Download Audio:
21, Sep 2014 - Santa Claus bank robber sentenced to 8 years in prison
A man who dressed as Santa Claus to rob a Port Orange bank last year was sentenced to 8 years in prison on Friday.
21, Sep 2014 - Archaeological dig at American Revolutionary War prison site in Pennsylvania gets underway
Digging at the site of a prison camp for British soldiers in the American Revolution is underway in south-central Pennsylvania.
21, Sep 2014 - Texas judge orders retrial in girl's death
TEXAS CITY, Texas (AP) — A Texas judge has ordered a new trial for a Southeast Texas trucker convicted of fatally running over an 11-year-old girl who was waiting at a school bus stop. Pena's attorney argued the jury that sentenced his client to four years in prison wasn't given clear instructions on the definition of negligence.
21, Sep 2014 - First day of testimony in Eric Cox trial
Former Marine Eric Cox is accused of running a red light on East Sugar Creek Road near the Plaza on November 2011, crashing into H'Luon Siu's vehicle, killing her and injuring her son.
21, Sep 2014 - Appeals court rejects Amber Alert case that ended in Wis.
A federal appeals court has upheld the conviction and prison sentence of a 47-year-old Maine resident for transporting a 13-year-old Owensboro, Kentucky girl across state lines to engage in sexual activity. The U.S. 6th Circuit Court of Appeals on Friday let stand the 30-year sentence for Archie M. Whalen of Hancock County, Maine. A jury convicted Whalen on July 26, 2012 of taking the girl in ...
21, Sep 2014 - Marin Uncovered: Knocking on death's door
California death penalty: Is the end near? "The death penalty in California is about as effective a deterrent to capital crime as the possibility of a lightning strike is to going outside in the rain."
21, Sep 2014 - Alaska senator forced to retract controversial ad - Alaska gubernatorial candidates form joint tick
Alaska gubernatorial candidates form joint ticket against GOP incumbent VIDEO: Ex-Alaska Attorney General wins GOP Senate primary
21, Sep 2014 - Former teacher in Steamboat Springs sentenced in sexual assault case
A former teacher was sentenced Friday to 20 years to life in prison for 16 felonies arising from eight separate sexual assaults on a child.
21, Sep 2014 - Judge: Michigan teachers should be able to exit union anytime
Michigan's largest teachers' union should allow members to resign at any time and stop enforcing an annual one-month opt-out window, a state labor judge ruled, relying on the state's right-to-work law that took effect last year.
21, Sep 2014 - DNA evidence could set woman jailed for 30 years free
A woman who has been in prison for more than 30 years for a Nevada killing has been granted a new trial thanks to recently discovered DNA evidence.
21, Sep 2014 - Man convicted of killing ex-girlfriend’s father
PRINCETON, Ind. (AP) — Jurors have recommended a sentence of life in prison without parole for a southwestern Indiana man they convicted of fatally shooting his ex-girlfriend’s father.
21, Sep 2014 - Federal judge blocks OH measures on early voting
A federal judge has blocked an Ohio law trimming early voting and ordered the swing state's elections chief to set an expanded voting schedule for the upcoming midterm election.
21, Sep 2014 - Brothers, a former teacher, pastor, sentenced to 20 years to life for child molestation
A former Christian school teacher and pastor convicted of repeatedly molesting a boy was sentenced Friday at the Routt County Justice Center to 20 years to life. Near the end of the sentencing hearing, Judge Shelley Hill told John Brothers Jr., 45, there were only two ways he could ever be released from prison. "You need to find it in yourself to decide what you are going to do with the rest of ...
21, Sep 2014 - Arkansas AG asks court to uphold gay marriage ban
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) - The attorney general's office is asking the Arkansas Supreme Court to uphold the state's gay marriage ban, arguing a county judge was wrong to say it violated the state and U.S. constitutions.
21, Sep 2014 - Rhode Island bank robber gets 12-year sentence
A Cumberland man has been sentenced to 12 years in federal prison for robbing three banks in two states in less than a month.
21, Sep 2014 - San Diego judge denies request for license scans
SAN DIEGO (AP) — A judge on Thursday tentatively denied a technology entrepreneur's request for license plate data collected on his own vehicle from police scanners, the latest legal setback for advocates seeking more disclosure on vast networks of law enforcement cameras used to track drivers' whereabouts.
21, Sep 2014 - Teresa Giudice and Joe Giudice Selling New Jersey Beach House: Couple Is ''Very, Very Conce
As Teresa and Joe Giudice's court date approaches, the Real Housewives of New Jersey stars have quietly listed yet another home in New Jersey, E! News confirms. The...
21, Sep 2014 - What California can learn from the red states on crime and punishment
Imagine you have the power to decide the fate of someone addicted to heroin who is convicted of petty shoplifting.
21, Sep 2014 - US Appeals Court to Review Same-Sex Marriage Bans in 3 States
For the first time since it declared California's gay marriage ban unconstitutional, a U.S. appeals court will review gay marriage bans in Nevada, Idaho and Hawaii. The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in San Francisco is scheduled to hear arguments on whether judges in Nevada and Hawaii were correct to uphold those states' gay marriage bans. Hawaii's legislature subsequently voted to allow ...
21, Sep 2014 - 1990 arson-murder rap tossed, man is set free
A South Korea-born man whose arson-murder conviction was overturned in the death of his daughter was freed from prison Friday after 24 years behind bars, following a judge's ruling that the case against him had been based on now-debunked...
21, Sep 2014 - Malloy's Public Safety Commissioner Criticized Over NYC Jail Abuses When She Was In Charge
NYC Correction Officers' Union Blasts Dora Schriro, Who Defends Her Tenure Overseeing Rikers Island Prison Complex The U.S. Department of Justice's Aug. 4 report on violent abuses in New York City's Rikers Island prison complex has unexpected relevance to Connecticut – because it focuses on the years 2011 to 2013, when the city's top corrections official was Dora Schriro, now Gov. Dannel P ...
21, Sep 2014 - Appeals court: Hateful poem sent to professor a form of free speech
Aaron Michael Heineman wrote a University of Utah professor a poem filled with threats and hate. On Monday, a federal appeals court found that he was well within his rights to do so, and that merely threatening to kill someone isn't necessarily a cr...
21, Sep 2014 - Nebraska lieutenant governor steps down after protection order
(Reuters) - Nebraska's lieutenant governor resigned on Tuesday and withdrew from the Nov. 4 election, a day after a judge entered a protection order against him in a family dispute. Lavon Heidemann, who was the running mate of Republican candidate for governor Pete Ricketts, said his decision was the best thing for his family and the state. Heidemann himself had been a replacement for former ...
21, Sep 2014 - Salisbury Man Convicted of Rape
A Salisbury man was sentenced to 50 years in prison Wednesday after pleading guilty to raping a minor.
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