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27, Dec 2014 - Problem-solving court celebrates five years of helping people stay clean and sober
Judge Katherine Sullivan congratulates on earning his one year sober coin while attending an alternative senencing court hearing Wednesday in Eagle. The court celebrated its fifth anniversary.
27, Dec 2014 - Indiana man receives 50-year prison sentence for child molesation
Earl Hawkins is also required to register as a lifetime offender on Indiana's Sex Offender Registry.
27, Dec 2014 - Governor nominates lawyer for regent position at NNMC
Las Cruces attorney Damian Martinez is the governor’s nomination for one of two soon-to-be vacant positions on the Northern New... more »
27, Dec 2014 - Five-Year-Old Forced To Drink Grape Soda Until Death: Couple Gets 35 Years
An East Tennessee couple has been sentenced to 35 years in prison each for their role in the death of a 5-year-old girl forced to drink so much grape soda it caused her brain to swell. Randall Lee Vaughn, 41, and Mary Lavonne Vaughn, 58, of Surgoinsville, Tennessee, were sentenced Monday in Hawkins County Criminal Five-Year-Old Forced To Drink Grape Soda Until Death: Couple Gets 35 Years is an ...
27, Dec 2014 - Attorney General Harris’ Office Announces 4 Arrested In Emeryville Sex-Trafficking Ring
Four suspects have been arrested for allegedly operating a sex trafficking ring out of a massage parlor in Emeryville, California Attorney General Kamala Harris announced on Friday.
27, Dec 2014 - Partial settlement reached in NC State Fair case
A federal court document shows a settlement has been reached between a family injured when they were thrown from a ride at the North Carolina State Fair and three of the four defendants named in a lawsuit.
27, Dec 2014 - Lansdale council looking to appeal decision in terminated police officer case
LANSDALE Borough council is looking to appeal a recent court decision reversing the 2010 termination of a Lansdale police officer.
27, Dec 2014 - Arkansas man convicted of murder, sentenced to life
Tevarius Green was found guilty of capital murder on Wednesday and sentenced to life in prison without parole, according to the Mississippi County Circuit Court.
27, Dec 2014 - Appeals Court Overturns Judge’s Order for State to Fund Murderer’s Sex Change Operation
BOSTON – An appeals court has overturned a lower court ruling that ordered the state of Massachusetts to pay for the sex change operation of a man who was convicted of murder over 20 years ago. As previously reported, Robert Kosilek has been serving a life sentence since the early 1990’s after being convicted of […]
27, Dec 2014 - Man pleads guilty to murdering grandmother, sentenced to life in prison
A man accused of murdering his grandmother pleaded guilty on Monday.
27, Dec 2014 - Ronnie Wilson's relatives set to be sentenced in federal court
Relatives of former Anderson County councilman Ronnie Wilson are scheduled to be sentenced for their admitted roles in hiding money from the government in the investigation of a multimillion dollar Ponzi scheme.
27, Dec 2014 - Judge Refuses to Throw Out ABC News 'Pink Slime' Lawsuit
Beef Products Inc. has sued the network for defamation, seeking $1.2 billion in damages, after it claims ABC's coverage led to the closure of three plants and roughly 700 layoffs by misleading consumers that the finely textured meat product is unsafe. read more        
27, Dec 2014 - Court proceedings keep former chief's status in limbo
The city of Pataskala and other jurisdictions in the West Licking Joint Fire District again must await a decision about former fire Chief David Fulmer's future.
27, Dec 2014 - White, Latino police officers claim racial bias after Cleveland shooting
While much of the world last week was focusing on events in Ferguson, Mo., or on the case of a 12-year-old who displayed a realistic toy gun and was shot to death by a police officer in Cleveland, a different kind of confrontation involving police and race began playing out in federal court.
27, Dec 2014 - About 100 people protest prison relocation sites
The protesters broke into a chant of "No prison near our schools, no prison near our homes" before listing concerns about building a prison in their communities. Utah officials have decided to build a new prison, saying the current facility needs serious renovations, is too small, and occupies valuable real estate in the booming community. Residents of those two cities — Saratoga Springs and ...
27, Dec 2014 - UPDATE: Judge denies UNC request to dismiss media lawsuit over academic scandal
A coalition of North Carolina news organizations and the state's flagship public university are facing off in court over records related to the school's long-running academic fraud scandal.
27, Dec 2014 - Roseland resident embarks on fourth term as County Executive
ROSELAND—Resident Joseph DiVincenzo is poised to begin his unprecedented fourth four-year term as Essex County Executive in January, and has plans to continue pushing progress to build upon his fiscal
27, Dec 2014 - UBS whistelblower Birkenfeld lodges request for return to Europe
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla./ZURICH (Reuters) - Ex-UBS banker Bradley Birkenfeld, a whistleblower in a tax fraud case involving the Swiss bank for which he was awarded $104 million after serving more than two years in prison, has lodged a request to be allowed to return to Europe. U.S. tax authorities awarded Birkenfeld a nine-figure payout in 2012 under an Internal Revenue Service whistleblower ...
27, Dec 2014 - Extradition hearing delayed for Summit Township man charged in homicide
A Summit Township man facing charges in a 24-year-old homicide in Virginia will wait the weekend before appearing in court to face extradition in the case.
27, Dec 2014 - Upper Merion killer Rafael Robb's attorney wants $124M award against him reduced
COURTHOUSE The attorney for a former University of Pennsylvania professor who killed his wife in their Upper Merion home in 2006 wants a new trial or a reduction in the $124 million award against him from the estate of his wife, Ellen Gregory Robb.
27, Dec 2014 - Christie, Parker & Hale Announces Reuland Electric Co. Federal Court Ruling
Christie, Parker & Hale announces Reuland Electric Federal Court ruling. In late 2013, Reuland Electric Co. , the "world’s most flexible electric motor manufacturer," filed a lawsuit in the United States District Court for the Central District of California against Montana companies Burgi Engineering, Inc.
27, Dec 2014 - Christmas in Ida packed with activities
IDA — For the last 32 years, Christmas in Ida has been a staple in holiday celebrations in Monroe County, and state Rep. Dale Zorn, the executive director of the event, said this year’s festival won’t disappoint.
27, Dec 2014 - Jorgenson
ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE IN PROCEEDINGS SUBSEQUENT TO INITIAL REGISTRATION OF LAND STATE OF MINNESOTA COUNTY OF ANOKA DISTRICT COURT TENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT FILE NO. 02-CV-14-5890 In the Matter of the Petition of: Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation, In Relation to Certificate of Title No. 112645 issued for Land in the County of Anoka and State of Minnesota and legally described as: Lot 2 ...
27, Dec 2014 - If the Senate issued a report on America’s drone program
Our country's civil rights abuses are hardly confined to our treatment of suspected terrorists
27, Dec 2014 - Chris Brown to remain in jail until April after rehab arrest
A judge was troubled by comments the rapper and singer made about being good at using guns and knives        
27, Dec 2014 - Doctor in capital murder mistrial seeks lower bond
LUBBOCK, Texas (AP) — An attorney for an Amarillo plastic surgeon whose capital murder prosecution ended in a mistrial wants his client's bond reduced. The 50-year-old Dixon was accused of hiring business partner David Neal Shepard to kill Dr. Joseph Sonnier III in July 2012 for three bars of silver valued at $9,000.
27, Dec 2014 - Florida court rules against secret recordings for crime victims
By Bill Cotterell TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (Reuters) - The Florida Supreme Court decided to grant a new trial in a sexual abuse case after ruling that a state law prohibiting conversations from being secretly recorded makes no exception for crime victims gathering proof of an offense. The court unanimously ordered a new trial for a man sentenced to life in prison for sexually abusing his teenaged ...
27, Dec 2014 - Appeals court issues stay in execution of mentally ill man
Scott Panetti, a 56-year-old man charged with murdering his estranged wife's in-laws more than 20 years ago in Fredericksburg, had been scheduled to die by lethal injection in Huntsville Wednesday evening, before the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals stayed his execution earlier today. The "rational understanding" issue was at the crux of a 2007 ruling in his case, when justices reviewing his ...
27, Dec 2014 - Sam Rushay: The Trumans enjoyed a prosperous holiday season in 1926
This holiday season in Independence calls to mind another one 88 years ago, in 1926. In that year, Calvin Coolidge was president of the United States and Harry S. Truman had recently been elected as Jackson County’s presiding judge, an administrative position similar to a county commissioner today. Elected judge of eastern Jackson County in 1922, Truman was defeated in his re-election bid in ...
27, Dec 2014 - Pepper spraying a cop leads Ephrata man to eight years in prison
EPHRATA – An Ephrata man will serve eight years in prison after he used pepper spray on a police officer during a chase.
27, Dec 2014 - High-profile German attorney at Kaarma trial
Defense and prosecuting attorneys are getting ready for Thursday's opening statements in the trial of a Missoula man accused of murdering a German exchange student.
27, Dec 2014 - Serial rapist sentenced for two 1994 attacks
A serial rapist has been sentenced to 22 years in prison for his sexual assaults on two teenagers in 1994.
27, Dec 2014 - Jerry Sandusky's pension appeal denied but lawyer vows to keep fighting
Jerry Sandusky, the former Penn State assistant football coach sentenced to decades in prison for sexually molesting boys, has lost his first appeal of a decision to strip him of his $4,900 monthly pension, but his lawyer says the fight is not over.
27, Dec 2014 - Boston Marathon bombing: Can Tsarnaev get a fair trial in Boston? (+video)
The trial for accused Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev is slated to take place some three miles away from the finish line of the race. The final hearing before the trial is scheduled for Thursday.
27, Dec 2014 - Dancers who sued Dallas strip club over wages agree to $2.3 million settlement
DALLAS — On Christmas Eve, a U.S. district judge in Dallas left a little something extra under the tree for some 190 women who spent time dancing in an all-nude Dallas strip club: a signed settlement worth $2.3 million, minus a sizable chunk of attorneys’ fees.
27, Dec 2014 - A.C. Piano Tuner delivers 100K signatures to Gov. Christie
Charlie Birnbaum, the piano tuner who is fighting to keep his family home in Atlantic City from being seized by the Casino Reinvestment Development Authority, delivered a petition with 100K signatures to Gov. Christie on Wednesday. Plus, his lawyers now say Christie's plans for Atlantic City make the CRDA's efforts to seize his home even more questionable.
27, Dec 2014 - Police, Dec. 17
Hazleton incidents Hazleton police issued releases alleging the following. Anyone with information can contact police at 570-459-4940 or dial 911. ■ Nicholas J. Demarco, 38, West Green Street, was taken into custody for trespassing after officers were dis
27, Dec 2014 - Judge rules in favor of state on medical marijuana dispensary suit
A preliminary injunction lawsuit by several medical marijuana businesses has been denied.  That ruling was handed down by a District Court judge Friday.
27, Dec 2014 - Experts tell U.S. court that Oklahoma had deeply flawed execution
By Heide Brandes OKLAHOMA CITY (Reuters) - The Oklahoma inmate put to death in a flawed April execution may have died in agonizing pain due to a troubled lethal injection mix, a medical expert on Wednesday told a U.S. court that is hearing arguments on whether to halt executions in the state. Lawyers for 21 death row Oklahoma inmates, four of whom are scheduled to be executed next year, have ...
27, Dec 2014 - Shane Dwayne Hadnot pleads guilty on possession and distribution charges
According to information presented in court, on Nov. 7, 2013, Alfred Wright, of Jasper, Texas, was reported missing by his family after his truck broke down in rural Sabine County, Texas. Phone records, witness statements, and drug evidence located during the search of Shane Hadnot¹s car, indicated that Hadnot was selling cocaine to Alfred Wright. The final autopsy report, and other experts in ...
27, Dec 2014 - Taxpayer costs for Arias' defense top $2.5 million - Quincy Herald-Whig | Illinois & Missouri N
PHOENIX (AP) - The cost to Arizona taxpayers for Jodi Arias' defense now tops $2.7 million, and the figure will keep rising as her penalty phase retrial continues in a Phoenix courtroom.
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