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18, Apr 2014 - Midland Man Pleads Guilty to Murder
Carlos Martinez of Midland, will spend 14 years in prison, after he pled guilty to tampering with evidence murder. 
18, Apr 2014 - Former Mille Lacs County deputy pleads guilty to sexual conduct charges
FERGUS FALLS, Minn. - A former Mille Lacs County sheriff's deputy accused of having sexual contact with four boys has reached a plea deal that calls for him to serve 33 years in prison, according to the Minnesota Department of Public Safety.
18, Apr 2014 - Doctor Will Pay $1 Million for False Claims
WHEELING -Dr. Devender Batra and Belmont Cardiology Inc. of St. Clairsville will pay a $1 million penalty for violations involving fraudulent Medicare claims. U.S. Attorney William .
18, Apr 2014 - Wanda Halbert -- Democrat, Criminal Court Clerk
Wanda Halbert has been a Memphis City Council member since 2007.
18, Apr 2014 - Other noon headlines: Route 30, youth grants, shale investment, conventions, biking
Fracking is now worth nearly $19 billion to Ohio. Ohio high court will hear death penalty appeal The Ohio Supreme Court will hear an appeal tomorrow from 28-year-old Ashford Lamar Thompson, who was sentenced to death for killing Twinsburg Police Officer Joshua Miktarian in July of 2008. Thompson shot Miktarian following a late-night traffic stop at Thompson’s home.
18, Apr 2014 - Arizona judge: 'Proof evident' in Sharper rape case
A Phoenix judge ruled Thursday that former NFL star Darren Sharper is not entitled to bail in Arizona, finding 'proof evident and presumption great' that he raped a woman in Tempe on Nov. 21.
18, Apr 2014 - Poking fun at absurd rentals
"There's no shortage of people with money who want to live in San Francisco, and only a finite supply of places, so it's bound to happen," said Hampton, who makes his living as an editor and producer of videos. [...] he's moving on to the sadder side of the city's booming housing market - he'll be photographing people evicted under the Ellis Act. Officials at San Francisco Superior Court want to ...
18, Apr 2014 - Former head of state police makes court appearance
A former head of the Maine State Police pleaded not guilty to unlawful sexual contact charges in Cumberland County combined court. Retired Col. Andrew Demers is accused of having sexual contact with a 4-year-old family member. He was arraigned on Thursday morning on charges of gross sexual assault and unlawful sexual contact. Investigators said Demers committed the acts at his New Gloucester ...
18, Apr 2014 - Secret Guantanamo camp forced into the spotlight
The Camp 7 prison unit is so shrouded in secrecy that its location on the U.S. base in Cuba is classified and officials refuse to discuss it. Now, two separate but related events are forcing it into the limelight.
18, Apr 2014 - Poor, single mom faces 8 years for leaving kids in car during job interview
Arizona attorney to prosecute Shanesha Taylor for felony child abuse
18, Apr 2014 - Pinal County officials at odds over selling jail
A Pinal County supervisor says the county needs to sell its jail and allow it to be operated by a private company - an idea panned by Sheriff Paul Babeu.
18, Apr 2014 - Former foster child sues DSHS over alleged sexual abuse in 3 different homes
SEATTLE — A former Washington foster child is suing the state Department of Social and Health Services, saying she suffered years of sexual abuse in three separate foster homes. Attorney Vito de la Cruz said Tuesday that his client, who …
18, Apr 2014 - Mericle letters state case that jobs are at stake
Putting Robert Mericle in prison would threaten the livelihood of his 235 employees and those who work for his more than 200 regular local subcontractors, his chief financial officer said in a letter to the court.
18, Apr 2014 - Hotel magnate Sant Singh Chatwal pleads guilty to US campaign contribution scheme
Prominent New York hotel executive Sant Singh Chatwal pleaded guilty on Thursday to conspiring to make $188,000 of illegal campaign contributions to three U.S. candidates via straw donors.
18, Apr 2014 - US man pleads guilty to armed bank robbery
Atlanta, Apr 8 : Charles Johnson, III, 27, of Savannah, Georgia, pled guilty last week before United States District Court Judge B. Avant Edenfield to the armed bank robbery of the Savannah Bank branch located at 100 Chatham Parkway on July 11, 2013.
18, Apr 2014 - Nurse sentenced for drug diversion
YORK, Maine — Former York Hospital emergency room nurse Michael T. Worrick-Soule of Wells, formerly of York, has been sentenced to two years in prison and ordered to pay more than $12,000 in fines and restitution in connection to the theft of...
18, Apr 2014 - Texas Seizes Polygamist Warren Jeffs' Ranch
ELDORADO, Texas — The secluded Texas ranch where followers of imprisoned polygamist Warren Jeffs lived in near isolation was seized by state agents on Thursday, nearly six years after FBI agents raided the property and removed hundreds of children amid child sex abuse allegations.
18, Apr 2014 - Florida man accused of arranging child sex tours in Ecuador
A suspected promoter of international sex tourism involving underage South American girls, appeared in court Wednesday in Orlando. 
18, Apr 2014 - UT Dallas study: No correlation between medical marijuana legalization, crime increase
( University of Texas at Dallas ) UT Dallas professor of criminology Dr. Robert Morris found that legalization of medical marijuana is not an indicator of increased crime. It actually may be related to reductions in certain types of violent crime.
18, Apr 2014 - Mo. man executed for raping, killing teen in 1989
BONNE TERRE, Mo. (AP) — A man convicted of kidnapping, raping and killing a 17-year-old girl in suburban St. Louis more than two decades ago was executed Wednesday in Missouri, marking the state's fifth execution in as many months.
18, Apr 2014 - Green pleads not guilty in Sac City murder
SAC CITY - A Georgia man accused of killing a Sac City man almost five years ago pleaded not guilty to the charge Thursday. John D. Green, 54, of Blairsville, Ga., made the written plea via his Fort Dodge attorney, Charles Kenville.
18, Apr 2014 - Ky. Supreme Court: Religious institutions can hire and fire as they see fit
But, the justices added, those same religious institutions could face legal action if an employment contract is involved.
18, Apr 2014 - Teen sentenced for armed robbery that led to lockdown
A Madison man was sentenced for his role in an armed robbery that led to shots being fired in a downtown neighborhood in September. Ramar Brown, 18, pleaded guilty to armed robbery and bail jumping and was sentenced Friday to three years in prison and seven years of extended supervision. Police said a 19-year-old was robbed at gunpoint in the 100 block of West Gilman Street on Sept. 18. He said ...
18, Apr 2014 - N.Y. court dismisses claims over Saudi billionaire's alleged fraud
ALBANY, N.Y., April 8 (Reuters) - New York's highest state court has ruled that a lawsuit by the Algosaibi family conglomerate, claiming that a Saudi billionaire who married into the family committed a $150 million fraud, should be heard in Saudi Arabia. In the lawsuit, Ahmed Hamad al Gosaibi & Brothers Co claimed that Maan al-Sanea, the billionaire head of the Saad Group, used its accounts with ...
18, Apr 2014 - Man accused of threatening Manchin arrested
CHARLESTON (NEWS RELEASE) – United States Attorney Booth Goodwin announced today that Steven Anthony Major, 49, of Barboursville, W.Va. was arrested on Friday, March 21, 2014 on a federal criminal complaint
18, Apr 2014 - Clerical error keeps Missouri man out of prison for 13 years
For more than a decade a Missouri man waited for the day he would begin serving time for an armed robbery he committed in 1999. But it wasn't until Cornealious "Mike" Anderson was supposed to be released that the state realized he was never behind bars.  "If he served his time he would have been released last summer. Since 2002 Anderson has been getting his life back together, he started a ...
18, Apr 2014 - Judge strikes down N.D. fetal heartbeat abortion law
BISMARCK - A federal judge on Wednesday struck down a North Dakota law that would ban abortions after a heartbeat is detected, calling it "an invalid and unconstitutional law" that would ban nearly all abortions at the state's only clinic providing the procedure.
18, Apr 2014 - Ex-Dewey Executive Canellas Cooperated With Vance Probe
Former Dewey & LeBoeuf LLP finance director Frank Canellas cooperated with a probe by Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus R. Vance Jr. into a “blatant” $200 million fraud that spurred the largest law firm bankruptcy in history, according to a plea agreement unsealed today.
18, Apr 2014 - Obama commutes sentence of man mistakenly given extra jail time
President Barack Obama on Tuesday shortened the prison sentence of a Texas man who was mistakenly sentenced to an extra three and a half years in jail due to a typographical error. Ceasar Huerta Cantu, of Katy, Texas, pleaded guilty in 2006 of charges related to drug trafficking and money laundering. The White House said a typographical error in Cantu's pre-sentencing report, however, mistakenly ...
18, Apr 2014 - Schenecker won’t face death penalty in murder trial
Prosecutors have notified the defense they will not seek a death sentence for Julie Schenecker if she is convicted of murdering her two teenage children in 2010.
18, Apr 2014 - Judge denies request to dismiss Chris Brown's assault case
Annie Martin WASHINGTON, April 8 (UPI) -- A Washington D.C. judge chose to deny a request to dismiss Chris Brown's assault case on Monday.
18, Apr 2014 - Judge Confronts FBI Agent’s Death During Trial
The apparent suicide of a Federal Bureau of Investigation agent testifying in the criminal trial of the president of a failed Idaho real-estate firm has created a difficult situation for the judge overseeing the case.
18, Apr 2014 - IMRF revokes pension benefits for 9 attorneys, 3 election commissioners
Nine attorneys working for St. Clair County and three members of the East St. Louis Election Commiss
18, Apr 2014 - Denison man sentenced to prison over death of girlfriend
SHERMAN, TX -- Police say Eric Wayne Pendleton of Denison was driving when his girlfriend fell out of the sunroof of his car. Pendleton was sentenced to 45 years in prison Thursday for Driving While Intoxicated.
18, Apr 2014 - Prosecutor says 6 felon voting cases will proceed
A prosecutor pursuing several cases against felons charged with voting illegally says an Iowa Supreme Court ruling shouldn't impact them.
18, Apr 2014 - Political briefs -- Published April 7, 2014
STOCKTON - The San Joaquin County Deputy District Attorneys Association has endorsed Sgt. Pat Withrow for sheriff.
18, Apr 2014 - Lawmakers seek to reinstate school voucher program
Legislative leaders said Friday that they plan to appeal a judge's decision that prevents low-income parents from receiving taxpayer money to help with the cost of sending their children to private or religious schools.
18, Apr 2014 - Has the Roberts court placed landmark 1964 civil rights law on a hit list?
A half-century later, defenders of the Civl Rights Act say it faces a new threat: Five votes on the U.S. Supreme Court and an indifferent public.
18, Apr 2014 - Bemidji man's prison sentence stayed in fatal hit-and-run
BEMIDJI - The driver in a hit-and-run accident that killed a Bemidji man last summer received a stayed prison sentence this week in Beltrami County District Court. Martin Erwin Ubert, 58, of Bemidji, was sentenced Monday to 13 months in the Minnesota Correctional Facility in St. Cloud for felony criminal vehicular homicide and leaving the scene of an accident. His prison time was stayed for four ...
18, Apr 2014 - Nevada inmate serving up to life in prison dies
A Nevada prison inmate serving up to life in prison has died at a Carson City hospital.
18, Apr 2014 - Eminent Hipsters by Donald Fagen – review
The sardonic dry white whine of the Steely Dan singer's voice is present in every sentence of his memoir This book is a piece of pure bliss, and it's not even the book I thought or hoped it would be. When they said a memoir by Donald Fagen was on the way it seemed reasonable to assume that the co-founder of Steely Dan would be reflecting on the run of seven LPs between 1972 and 1980 that ...
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