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20, Nov 2014 - N.C. man gets 21 years in prison in meth case
NORFOLK A North Carolina man has been sentenced to more than 21 years in prison for his role in a case involving methamphetamine distribution.
20, Nov 2014 - Teens accused in cruel ice bucket challenge admit and apologize in court
In a case that went viral, family members of an autistic teen received an apology in court today. Three Bay Village teens have admitted to assault and disorderly conduct charges in a cruel ice bucket challenge attack.
20, Nov 2014 - Gaston Co. commissioners approve resolution against same-sex marriage
Gaston County commissioners approved a resolution against same-sex marriage Thursday night. They wanted to let people know where they stand on the issue, even though the resolution carries no legal weight. RELATED STORIES: State asks to stay order allowing gay marriages Gaston Co. commissioners oppose same-sex marriage Judge lets SC same-sex marriage lawsuit proceed A look at what's next for gay ...
20, Nov 2014 - Everything That's Happened Since Supreme Court Ruled on Voting Rights Act
We take stock of the state of voting rights across the country. by Kara Brandeisky, ProPublica, Hanqing Chen, ProPublica and Mike Tigas, ProPublica This post has been updated. It was originally published Nov. 1, 2013.As voters head to the polls this November, citizens in more than a dozen states will face shifting voter policies in wake of the Supreme Court's 2013 decision weakening protections ...
20, Nov 2014 - Judge declares mistrial in hitman murder trial
LUBBOCK, Texas — A judge has declared a mistrial in the case of an Amarillo plastic surgeon accused in a... more »
20, Nov 2014 - Ex-UIC coach charged in sex assault found dead in Elgin
A sexual assault suspect due in court Tuesday was found dead of an apparent suicide in a car at Advocate Sherman Hospital in Elgin, according to police.
20, Nov 2014 - Order in her court - Sun, 09 Nov 2014 PST
When Debra Hayes first considered challenging an incumbent Spokane County District Court judge in 2006, a fellow attorney told her she hadn’t paid her dues. “Exactly what dues are you talking about?” replied the deputy prosecutor, former paralegal, former motel desk clerk and single mother of six.
20, Nov 2014 - Prisons submit plan for treating mentally ill
BLOOMINGTON, Ill. (AP) - The Illinois prison system will add four mental-health treatment units and 350 clinical-staff employees to improve circumstances for inmates who are mentally ill, according to a plan made in response to a federal lawsuit. The Department of Corrections submitted a plan last month to ...
20, Nov 2014 - Student arrested at Shaler High School in roundup of Allegheny County drug dealers
A drug suspect released from the Westmoreland County jail late Thursday morning was rearrested just two hours later on a warrant for allegedly selling drugs ...
20, Nov 2014 - Texas woman on death row loses state court appeal
HOUSTON (AP) — Texas' highest criminal court denied an appeal Wednesday from a woman who was sentenced to death for the killing of her developmentally disabled babysitter four years ago. Cargill testified at her trial that Walker suffered a seizure while she was driving Walker home after a pleasant dinner at a restaurant, and that she panicked and didn't act rationally. In her appeal to the ...
20, Nov 2014 - Advocacy Group, A Just Cause, Implores the Department of Justice to Investigate the IRP6 Case; Ques
The IRP6 Question If Prosecutors and Witnesses Committed Perjury During Their Trial (PRWeb November 12, 2014) Read the full story at
20, Nov 2014 - Teresa Giudice to serve jail sentence at "Orange is the New Black" prison
"Real Housewives of New Jersey" star will serve her 15-month sentence at the Connecticut facility that inspired the Netflix series
20, Nov 2014 - After Two Decades, Court Rules S.C. Must Help Poor Rural Schools
On Nov. 12, the South Carolina Supreme Court handed down a ruling more than two decades in the making.
20, Nov 2014 - Conviction reinstated for Nebraska woman
The Nebraska Supreme Court has reinstated the conviction of a 62-year-old Neligh woman in an arson case.
20, Nov 2014 - Jonesboro man charged with possession of 210 pounds of marijuana
A Jonesboro man was charged with felony possession of marijuana after his arrest Tuesday afternoon, according to documents filed in district court.
20, Nov 2014 - Trial delayed until March in Pa. high school stabbings
GREENSBURG, Pa. (AP) - The trial for a 17-year-old boy charged with stabbing 20 students and a security guard at his western Pennsylvania high school has been postponed until at least March.
20, Nov 2014 - Driver indicted in death of notable Kingsport businessman
The alleged drunk driver who fatally struck a prominent Kingsport resident as he placed campaign signs along Fort Henry Drive — knocking him off of a bridge and into a ravine — has been indicted on numerous charges.According to Sullivan County Assistant District Attorney Lesley A. Tiller, on Wednesday a Sullivan County grand jury was presented evidence against James D. Hamm Jr., 44, of 304 ...
20, Nov 2014 - Fake Fort Hood soldier gets 2 years in bank scam
WACO, Texas (AP) — A Texas man who faked being a Fort Hood soldier has been sentenced to two years in federal prison in a bank scam targeting new Army enlistees. Prosecutors say the real soldiers, after getting the funds, turned over most of the money to Rosales for what he called "safekeeping."
20, Nov 2014 - Judge declares mistrial in Rep. Ron Reynolds ‘ambulance chasing’ case
In a shocking turn of events, District Court Judge Lisa Michalk declared a mistrial in the barratry case against Rep. Ron Reynolds, D-Missouri City, after a juror said there was discussion during deli
20, Nov 2014 - Tyrel Bredernitz sentenced to 25 to 38 years in prison for murder of Dustyn Frolka
ST. JOHNS--Tyrel Bredernitz will spend the next 25 to 38 years in prison for his part in the murder of Michigan State University student Dustyn Frolka.
20, Nov 2014 - UPDATE: Former MN Priest Bail Set At $1M Cash, Facing Criminal Sexual Conduct Charges
 Bail is set at $1 million cash for a former Minnesota priest charged with sexually assaulting a teenage girl.
20, Nov 2014 - Denver Lawyer Jailed for Defrauding IRS
DENVER – Eva Melissa Sugar, age 61, of Aurora, Colorado, was sentenced earlier this week by U.S. District Court Judge John L. Kane to serve 18 months in federal prison for conspiracy to defraud the United States in connection with the collection of taxes, United States Attorney John Walsh and IRS Criminal Investigation Special Agent in Charge Stephen Boyd announced.
20, Nov 2014 - Tight race for judge seat
Candidates’ ethics, experience among top campaign issues Voters will decide next week whether they want to keep their current Superior Court judge or replace her with new blood, and while that decision won’t be influenced by the dramatic campaign rhetoric that’s typically employed in some local races, it’s one of the most important ballot choices Del Norters will make.
20, Nov 2014 - Inaugural Black Men's Solutions Summit
ROGERS, AR--The Black Men's Solutions Summit aims to bring positive outcomes and reduce negativity of black men in the community. Organizers say they want to make an impact on men of all ages, and hopes being proactive in the community, will promote change. "Really from the Zimmerman trial last year and the verdict that came from, that was really the brainchild," says Black Men's Solutions ...
20, Nov 2014 - Local & Regional Briefs for Thursday, Nov. 20, 2014
Townshend, Vt. — A father and son were shot to death at a home in Townshend and a woman is being held without bail in connection with the shooting, Vermont State Police said Wednesday.
20, Nov 2014 - Marin officials uncertain about Prop. 47's impact on jail population, previous offenders
Marin law enforcement officials aren't sure how many offenders are eligible for release following the passage of Proposition 47 — but they fear it will lead to a rise in thefts and the inability of the courts to place offenders in drug rehabilitation programs.
20, Nov 2014 - 47-year-old to spend life in prison for killing 17-year-old Jordan Davis
Michael Dunn has been transported from the Duval County jail to the Florida Department of Corrections. Inmates typically spend several weeks at the department's assessment center in Lake Butler before being assigned a prison.
20, Nov 2014 - Charles Manson Getting Married in Prison
Murder-mastermind Charles Manson is getting married.
20, Nov 2014 - Connecticut Governor Wins Court Order Extending Voting
Connecticut Governor Dan Malloy won a court order today extending voting hours in two Hartford precincts after delayed openings at polling places, and a plea from President Obama for voters to not be deterred by the errors.
20, Nov 2014 - NYC Cab Fleet Owners Can Appeal ‘Taxi of Tomorrow’
New York’s cab industry won permission to hail a ride to Albany to challenge the city’s $1 billion plan for the “Taxi of Tomorrow,” a new fleet of cabs from Nissan Motor Co. (7201) , before the state’s top court.
20, Nov 2014 - Judge: No release for Illinois man in terror case
CHICAGO (AP) — A federal judge says a 20-year-old American accused of trying to join al-Qaida-affiliated fighters in Syria will remain jailed pending trial.
20, Nov 2014 - Mayor: City Not Pursuing Prison
The City of Booneville was listed as having submitted an application for a 1,000-bed prison unit but Booneville Mayor Jerry Wilkins said Sunday that he was unaware of any interest by the city.
20, Nov 2014 - Trump Casino Bankruptcy Judge Asks If Time to Liquidate
Trump Entertainment Resorts Inc. is losing money, its assets are deteriorating, and the Atlantic City, New Jersey, casino-owner’s prospects of turning things around are bleak. Why shouldn’t it just be liquidated, asked the judge overseeing its bankruptcy.
20, Nov 2014 - Man sentenced to 14 years for beating, raping a grandmother
 A man who pleaded guilty to rape and assault of a grandmother in White Center was sentenced to 14 years and three months in prison. King County Superior Court Judge Julie Spector gave Christopher Brown the highest sentence she could, and will recommend to the indeterminate review board that he never gets out.  Brown attacked a  58-year-old grandmother in March when she walked to get the bus ...
20, Nov 2014 - Arkansas Supreme Court to hear oral arguments
Justices with the Arkansas Supreme Court will hear arguments to determine whether a Pulaski County judge’s ruling overturning same sex marriage bans will stand.
20, Nov 2014 - Captain, Crew Face Verdict in Deadly Ferry Disaster
A court in South Korea is set to rule on whether the captain of a ferry that capsized killing more than 300 people is guilty of culpable homicide. A three-judge panel in the southern city of Gwangju will hand down verdicts and sentencing on Tuesday in the trial of captain Lee Joon-seok as well as 14 crew members. Prosecutors have demanded the death penalty for the captain, who is accused of ...
20, Nov 2014 - Columbia man sentenced in 1992 DC slaying
A South Carolina man who pleaded guilty to second-degree murder in the 1992 shooting death of a man in Washington has been sentenced to 20 years in prison.
20, Nov 2014 - State proposes upgrades to mental health programs
BLOOMINGTON — The state prison system is poised to create four treatment units and add 350 clinical staff as part of its plan to improve conditions for mentally ill inmates and to address inmate complaints in a federal lawsuit.
20, Nov 2014 - Police Say Eric Frein Used Internet While On The Run
The former fugitive charged with ambushing a Pennsylvania state police barracks had a laptop computer and used the Internet while evading hundreds of law enforcement officials, according to court documents released Tuesday.
20, Nov 2014 - Life, love and justice
A Missouri man, sentenced as a teen to life without parole, finds legal support - and companionship with a woman from Yakima
20, Nov 2014 - Bloomfield Park: From eyesore to destination?
Kirk Pinho - Nearly six years after construction abruptly halted on the Bloomfield Park site on Telegraph and Square Lake roads, a new development team plans to resume the long-stalled project on 87 acres. Executives from Southfield-based Redico LLC this month purchased the Bloomfield Park foreclosure rights from San Francisco-based Wells Fargo Bank NA as part of a joint venture with California ...
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