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28, Mar 2015 - Man To Serve Up To 44 Years For Fatally Stabbing Police Dog
Man Sentenced To 17 To 44 Years In Prison For Killing Police Dog Man To Serve Up To 44 Years For Fatally Stabbing Police Dog Man Who Fatally Stabbed Police Dog Is Sentenced To Prison Man Sentenced To 17 To 44 Years In Prison For Killing Police Dog Has Been Optimized A Pennsylvania man will be serving the next 17 3/4 to 44 years behind bars after fatally stabbing a police dog named Rocco. On ...
28, Mar 2015 - 16 Amish To Be Resentenced For Crimes Which Included Forced Beard Cutting
Sixteen members of a breakaway Amish community from eastern Ohio are scheduled to be resentenced in Cleveland after a federal appellate court overturned their hate crimes convictions.
28, Mar 2015 - Robert Durst returns to New Orleans courtroom today
Millionaire Robert Durst is going back to court in New Orleans after nearly a week in a prison mental ward 70 miles away.
28, Mar 2015 - Court upholds conviction of NH woman who lied about genocide
A federal appeals court has upheld the conviction of a New Hampshire woman found guilty of lying about her role in the 1994 Rwanda genocide so she could obtain U.S. citizenship.
28, Mar 2015 - AMC Can't Escape Antitrust Lawsuit Over Distribution of Studio Movies
A judge is satisfied that an independent movie theater chain has adequately pled the existence of a conspiracy, an unreasonable restraint on trade and harm to competition.
28, Mar 2015 - New York mom convicted of murder in son's salt-poisoning death
A New York mother accused of poisoning her son with salt so she could bask in social media attention after documenting his mysterious illness online was convicted on Monday of murder, a prosecutor said. A jury in state court in White Plains, New York, found Lacey Spears, 27, guilty of murder in the 2014 death of 5-year-old Garnett-Paul Spears, District Attorney Janet DiFiore said in a statement ...
28, Mar 2015 - Defense: Cyanide poisoning conviction should be tossed out
PITTSBURGH (AP) - A defense attorney says a former Pennsylvania medical researcher's murder conviction in the cyanide poisoning death of his neurologist wife should be thrown out because he was convicted solely on circumstantial evidence. Robert Ferrante was sentenced to life in prison after Allegheny County jurors agreed with prosecutors ...
28, Mar 2015 - NM appeals court rules against teen's suit over climate, greenhouse gases
SANTA FE – The New Mexico Court of Appeals has upheld a judge’s ruling against a teenaged activist who sued... more »
28, Mar 2015 - Thug jailed for 'deliberately and slyly' stabbing man to death in 'act of pure malice&#
A killer who slyly stabbed a man to death outside a house party been told he will spend at least 20 years behind bars. Scott Jefferson stuck a knife in the back of Uriel Moskwa's leg as he tried to walk away from trouble outside the house party.
28, Mar 2015 - Sexual assault victim to fight at upcoming parole hearing to keep her attacker in jail
For a long time afterward, even after her attacker went to prison, Kathy Fick would shake when she talked about being sexually assaulted at knifepoint in her Wiltondale home on April 26, 2002. She thought about moving to Calvert County.
28, Mar 2015 - Epping man who killed ex-wife gets life sentence
BRENTWOOD — Aaron Desjardins was sentenced Friday in Rockingham Superior Court to life in prison for the murder, with two co-conspirators, of his ex-wife Amy Warf in 2013.
28, Mar 2015 - Report: Durst had gun when arrested
© The Associated Press FILE - In this Aug. 15, 2014 file photo, New York City real estate heir Robert Durst leaves a Houston courtroom. Durst was arrested in New Orleans on an extradition warrant to Los Angeles on Saturday, March 14, 2015. (AP Photo/Pat Sullivan, File)
28, Mar 2015 - Hookers Yank Damages Claims Against Dominique Strauss-Kahn in Bunga Bunga Party Case
Lawyers for the four prostitutes who participated in sex parties organized for Dominique Strauss-Kahn said on Monday they were giving up their claim of damages, saying it would be too hard to prove the pimping charge against the former IMF head. Click here for the rest of the article...
28, Mar 2015 - Jury To Watch Videotaped Confession in Etan Patz Murder Trial
The videotaped confession of a man accused of murdering Etan Patz was to be played for a jury on Tuesday during his trial in the disappearance of the 6-year-old boy in 1979 that sparked a national movement to find missing children. Click here for the rest of the article...
28, Mar 2015 - Millionaire Robert Durst returning to New Orleans court; lawyers say he was illegally arrested
Millionaire Robert Durst is going back to court in New Orleans after nearly a week in a prison mental ward 70 miles away.
28, Mar 2015 - Owner of Arlington Doggy Day Care sentenced to 10 years for heroin trafficking
SEATTLE — An Arlington dog kennel operator was sentenced in federal court Friday to 10 years in prison for conspiracy to distribute heroin and methamphetamine, and possession of counterfeit money. Shawn Lundy, 61, the operator of Arlington Doggy Day Care, was arrested Feb. 25, 2014, and pleaded guilty last Nov. 24. The U.S. Attorney’s Office […]
28, Mar 2015 - Bass, Berry & Sims PLC Announces Proposed Settlement of the Healthways Shareholders Litigation
NASHVILLE, Tenn., March 13, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- The following statement is being issued by Bass, Berry & Sims PLC regarding the Healthways Shareholder Litigation. IN THE COURT OF CHANCERY OF THE STATE OF DELAWARE PONTIAC GENERAL EMPLOYEES RETIREMENT SYSTEM, On Behalf of Itself...
28, Mar 2015 - AMC Entertainment Loses Bid to Toss Antitrust Lawsuit Alleging Film Distributor Coercion
A judge is satisfied that an independent movie theater chain has adequately pled an existence of a conspiracy, an unreasonable restraint on trade and harm to competition.
28, Mar 2015 - Arkansas moves to resume executions after 10-year hiatus
By Steve Barnes LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (Reuters) - A decade after the last execution in Arkansas, a ruling by the state's Supreme Court has moved the state back on a path to resuming capital punishment by lethal injection. The Arkansas court ruling was applauded by the Republican-dominated government that took office in January, wanting to resume executions of the 33 people on the state's death row ...
28, Mar 2015 - ACLU Petitions DOJ To Investigate Texas Immigrant Prison Uprising
The American Civil Liberties Union is petitioning the U.S. Department of Justice to investigate an uprising last month at a prison for immigrant detainees. The case has put a harsh spotlight on the rural Texas pen, which already was under scrutiny for allegations of poor conditions, and on the effects for-profit prison companies are having on mass incarceration centers for immigrants in the U.S.
28, Mar 2015 - Death penalty foes urge Kitzhaber to commute sentences
Opponents of Oregon’s death penalty are urging John Kitzhaber to commute the sentences of 34 inmates on death row as one of his final acts as governor. Kitzhaber’s resignation under pressure, resulting from influence-peddling allegations against him and first lady Cylvia Hayes, takes effect at 10 a.m. Wednesday. His moratorium ...
28, Mar 2015 - Facial-recognition software led feds to Jacksonville businessman once reported dead overseas
A toupee and a bad dye-job didn’t disguise a Jacksonville businessman wanted on insurance fraud charges when federal agents stopped him two years after his reported death in Venezuela, court papers filed Monday said. After so many months out of sight, Jose Lantigua didn’t try to hide. “Yes, sir,” the fugitive furniture business owner answered when an agent called his name outside a business in ...
28, Mar 2015 - Durst back in court for bond hearing on weapons charges
After nearly a week in a prison's mental health unit, millionaire Robert Durst - accused of killing a female friend in California 15 years ago - appeared in court Monday in New Orleans for a bond hearing on weapons...
28, Mar 2015 - Millionaire Robert Durst returning to court in New Orleans - Quincy Herald-Whig | Illinois & Missou
NEW ORLEANS (AP) - Millionaire Robert Durst is going back to court in New Orleans after nearly a week in a prison mental ward 70 miles away.
28, Mar 2015 - 44-year-old sentenced to probation for trying to solicit minors online
A Montgomery County man charged with two counts of online solicitation of a minor was sentenced to 10 years of probation Wednesday. 
28, Mar 2015 - LA Attorney General: Woman arrested for illegally billing state medicaid program
A Tickfaw woman has been arrested for Medicaid Fraud after illegally billing the Louisiana Medicaid Program for services that she failed did not provide. 
28, Mar 2015 - Supreme Court tosses another case under Weirich’s watch
MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Another blow to the Shelby County District Attorney’s Office. The Tennessee Supreme Court overturned a child rape ruling, saying prosecutors made so many mistakes trying the case that the defendant deserves a new trial. It all happened under Amy Weirich’s watch, but she’s not talking. The state Supreme Court says it wasn’t […]
28, Mar 2015 - Iowa Supreme Court justices taking cases to Decorah
DECORAH | Justices with the Iowa Supreme Court will hear arguments in two cases April 8 in Decorah High School. One case originated in Black Hawk County.
28, Mar 2015 - Kelley wants charges dismissed, affirmative defenses reinstated
Saying the state has provided no proof that she left New Hampshire in violation of a court order that granted custody of their daughter to her ex-husband, Genevieve Kelley is asking that charges of interfering with custody against her be dismissed.
28, Mar 2015 - Pennsylvania man sentenced to prison for killing police dog
By Elizabeth Daley PITTSBURGH (Reuters) - A Pennsylvania man was sentenced on Tuesday to at least 17 years in prison for fatally stabbing a Pittsburgh police dog while officers were trying to arrest him, officials said. A jury found John Rush, 22, guilty in December of 11 charges including aggravated assault, torture of a police animal and disarming an officer in the killing of the 8-year-old ...
28, Mar 2015 - Death penalty foes urge action by Kitzhaber
They want him to commute sentences of 34 inmates before governor leaves office. Opponents of Oregon’s death penalty are urging John Kitzhaber to commute the sentences of 34 inmates on death row as one of his final acts as governor. Kitzhaber’s resignation under pressure, resulting from influence-peddling allegations against him ...
28, Mar 2015 - Alabama judges' stand against gay marriage crumbles
MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) — Alabama's stand against gay marriage crumbled Friday as judges in most counties sided with federal courts rather than their own chief justice, a Republican who once called homosexuality an inherent evil.
28, Mar 2015 - Wallsend murderer Scott Jefferson told he must serve a minimum of 20 years in prison
A judge described Jefferson's sly stabbing of Uriel Moskwa in North Shields as "an act of pure malice" as he jailed him for life
28, Mar 2015 - Gissendaner attorneys file suit against Department of Corrections
Lawsuit: “This Court must intervene, lest Defendants be permitted to rubber-stamp their own demonstrably-defective processes and again resume executions behind a veil of secrecy.”
28, Mar 2015 - South Dakota's US attorney resigns to join national law firm that also hired ND's prosecuto
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. — South Dakota's top federal prosecutor is joining his North Dakota counterpart in leaving those posts and opening local offices for a large law firm known for winning big settlements in high-profile litigation.
28, Mar 2015 - Drug courts clash over treatments
In Allegheny County, Judge Lester Nauhaus sees his drug court as an alternative to the carnage of the drug war. Drugs drive crime. But locking up addicts doesn’t stop crime. Nor does it stop drug addiction.
28, Mar 2015 - Man charged with killing baby takes plea deal, extends sentence
Brandon Moore was found guilty of killing his stepson after a 2008 trial. He was granted a retrial in 2012 and is now accepting a plea deal and avoiding another trial.
28, Mar 2015 - Texas man on death row since 1984 loses Supreme Court appeal
The Supreme Court turned away an appeal Monday from a convicted killer who has spent more than 30 years on death row in Texas.
28, Mar 2015 - MLS to make 'important announcement' on future in Minnesota
Utah's governor has signed a law that makes his state the only one to allow firing squads for carrying out executions if no lethal injection drugs are available.
28, Mar 2015 - Local Woman Sentenced In Human Trafficking Case
A Central Texas woman was sentenced to state prison after she pleaded guilty to coercing a teenager into prostitution.
28, Mar 2015 - Man sentenced to life in prison in death of ex-wife
A New Hampshire man who pleaded guilty to killing his ex-wife in 2013 is sentenced Friday to life in prison without the possibility of parole.
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