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Lawsuit Filed Against Jody Kriss, Former Bayrock Executive & Founder of East River Partners
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02, Sep 2014 - Man sentenced for deadly shooting rampage
An El Paso County man has pleaded guilty to several charges stemming from a deadly shooting rampage in Black Forest.
02, Sep 2014 - McDonnell trial: What the jury faces
The testimony is over. The case goes to the jury Tuesday. But what exactly do these 12 people face?
02, Sep 2014 - Attorney General Luther Strange Announces Convictions of Robbery and Burglary in Shelby County
(MONTGOMERY)— Attorney General Luther Strange announced the conviction of a Shelby County man for felony robbery and burglary violations.
02, Sep 2014 - AG candidate supports new prison, more funding for drug courts
LITTLE ROCK — Democratic candidate for attorney general Nate Steel said Tuesday he supports building a new prison in Arkansas but also wants funding for more drug courts to reduce prison overcrowding.
02, Sep 2014 - Is shaming a legal form of punishment for crime?
With the Constitution’s Eighth Amendment in the background, judges who impose sentences on an individual convicted of a crime are supposed to know that there are limits on the kind of punishment they may mete out.
02, Sep 2014 - Libertarians seek to stop ballot printing
South Dakota's Libertarian Party asked a federal judge Wednesday to stop Secretary of State Jason Gant from printing November general election ballots without the name of its candidate for the state P
02, Sep 2014 - Prosecutors: 4 A.M. Robocalls In NJ Senate Race Were Placed By Rival Campaign Manager
Dwayne Horner, 45, of Little Elm, Texas, was indicted this week on one count of impersonation, Monmouth County prosecutors said. He faces up to 18 months in prison if convicted.
02, Sep 2014 - Injunction granted on retiree premium hike
A Sangamon County judge issued a preliminary injunction barring Illinois from collecting higher health care insurance premiums from retired state employees.
02, Sep 2014 - Willmore Law Firm Profile – San Diego Law
SAN DIEGO, California – Anyone who has ever had a brush with the legal system knows how stressful these types of proceedings can be. Going to court and dealing with attorneys, discovery and depositions can be one of the most stressful and heart-wrenching things a person can endure.
02, Sep 2014 - Arkansas Supreme Court: Another sign of fracturing
A lawyer friend calls attention to a bit of arcane legal business posted last week on the Arkansas Supreme Court website during the court's summer recess. The Supreme Court in one case adopted changes proposed by a task force and committee on the rules of civil procedure and it put two other rules out for comment. The rules pertain to such matters as allocation of fault in damage suits and non ...
02, Sep 2014 - Georgia peanut plant manager: We faked salmonella tests before outbreak killed 9, sickened 700
A Georgia peanut plant manager testified Friday that his company had been shipping contaminated nuts with fake documents showing them to be salmonella-free before the plant was identified as the source of a nationwide outbreak that killed nine Americans and sickened more than 700. "In my mind, I wasn't intentionally hurting anyone," Sammy Lightsey told jurors at the trial of his former boss ...
02, Sep 2014 - Perry attorneys want indictment dismissed
Attorneys for Texas Gov. Rick Perry are asking a judge to dismiss criminal charges alleging that the possible 2016 presidential candidate abused his power with a veto last summer.
02, Sep 2014 - Summit County Clerk of Courts locked down
The Summit County Clerk of Courts office was placed on lockdown for nearly an hour Friday after a white substance was sent to the courthouse from a prison inmate, The Akron Beacon Journal reports.
02, Sep 2014 - Oklahoma investigation: Inmate in troubled execution died from lethal drugs, not heart attack
An Oklahoma death row inmate who writhed, moaned and clenched his teeth before he was pronounced dead about 43 minutes after his execution began succumbed to the lethal drugs he was administered, not a heart attack, after the state's prisons chief halted efforts to kill him, an autopsy report released Thursday says. Department of Corrections Director Robert Patton had said inmate Clayton Lockett ...
02, Sep 2014 - New Trial Ordered For Noura Jackson
The Tennessee Supreme Court has ordered a new trial for Noura Jackson, a Shelby County woman convicted of the second degree murder of her mother.
02, Sep 2014 - $9 million settlement in A&P sharehold suit approved
A federal judge in Newark has given preliminary approval to a $9 million settlement in a class action lawsuit that accused former executives of the A&P supermarket chain of misleading investors about the financial health of the company before it filed for bankruptcy in December 2010.
02, Sep 2014 - Jury: Woman downloaded child porn to frame husband
INDIANA, Pa. (AP) â A Pennsylvania woman has been found guilty of downloading child pornography in a failed attempt to frame her estranged husband. Meri Jane Woods, of Clymer, was convicted Wednesday in Indiana County. District Attorney Patrick Dougherty says the 43-year-old Woods downloaded 40 images to the family computer, took it to police last August and blamed Matthew Woods for the material ...
02, Sep 2014 - Man sentenced to more than seven years in prison for African Craigslist scam
JACKSON — Federal prosecutors say James Lewis Johnson has been sentenced to 86 months in prison for his role in a Mississippi-based fraud that used stolen financial information to get money and goods and then ship them to South Africa and Nigeria.
02, Sep 2014 - Akron Woman Sentenced After Attacking School Officials Over Visitor's Badge
An Ohio woman has been sentenced to more than a year in prison for assaulting a teacher, principal and cafeteria worker at her son's elementary school.
02, Sep 2014 - Council's agenda includes plan for 8-court tennis facility in Bristol, Tenn.
A resolution calls for approval of an agreement that would construct the tennis facility on the site of the former Central Elementary School off of Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard.
02, Sep 2014 - Federal appeals court clears way for lawsuit by Saudi inmate al-Turki
A federal appeals court said Tuesday that it will allow a Saudi inmate to go forward with his lawsuit accusing a prison nurse of ignoring his pleas for treatment for kidney stones.
02, Sep 2014 - Hearing set on moving Franklin Regional suspect out of juvy center
A hearing is scheduled next month on a request to transfer a 16-year-old boy to a mental health treatment facility while he awaits trial in a mass stabbing at a western Pennsylvania high school.
02, Sep 2014 - Canadian ‘Prince of Pot’ Emery still a voice in marijuana debate, wife says
Issues on cannabis regulation have moved ahead in the years ‘Prince of Pot’ has been in jail, but a former attorney-general says activist remains relevant
02, Sep 2014 - Saudi Arabia jails four for seeking to fight in Syria
RIYADH (Reuters) - Saudi Arabia's Specialised Criminal Court has sentenced four men to prison for traveling abroad to fight in Syria's civil war, local and state media reported on Sunday.
02, Sep 2014 - Justices silent over execution drug secrecy
WASHINGTON (AP) — No one on the Supreme Court objected publicly when the justices voted to let Arizona proceed with the execution of Joseph Wood, who unsuccessfully sought information about the drugs that would be used to kill him.
02, Sep 2014 - Guantanamo court hears arguments on separate trial for 9/11 suspect
A military court heard arguments on Monday on removing one of five men charged in the September 11, 2001, attacks on the United States from a joint trial because of his mental condition.
02, Sep 2014 - Scioto officials question jail plan
IRONTON -- Several Scioto County commissioners and Scioto County Sheriff Marty Donini are concerned about the lack of revenue that would occur if Lawrence County is allowed to house prisoners at the former youth prison in Franklin Furnace, Ohio.
02, Sep 2014 - Former Fort Riley soldier sentenced for 2009 crimes
A former Fort Riley soldier whose five life sentences were vacated by the Kansas Supreme Court will instead serve 77 years in prison.
02, Sep 2014 - Nebraska Court Gives Phone Company Second Chance
The Nebraska Supreme Court has given a phone company a second chance to participate in federal and state programs that allow low-income residents to receive subsidized phone service. The ruling issued Friday came after the Nebraska Public Service Commission ordered the Telrite Corporation, doing business as Life Wireless, out of the programs in Nebraska.
02, Sep 2014 - Judge defends life term in Easton youth murder case
EASTON — An eastern Pennsylvania judge is defending his decision to impose a life term on a defendant convicted of having killed another teenager when ...
02, Sep 2014 - Man Says Indictment For Illegal Gambling Is Unfair
A man accused of running an illegal gambling operation in North Dakota says the case should be dismissed because the charges conflict with a plea agreement in a separate money laundering case. Gerald Greenfield, of Bloomington, Minnesota, is charged in federal court with three counts, including conducting sports betting business and conspiracy to commit money laundering.
02, Sep 2014 - Baltimore man gets 28 years for drug dealing
A Baltimore man has been sentenced to more than 28 years in prison for shipping cocaine in hollow computer shells from California to Maryland.
02, Sep 2014 - Idaho follower of polygamous sect faces child injury charges
By Laura Zuckerman SALMON Idaho (Reuters) - A follower of imprisoned polygamous sect leader Warren Jeffs has been charged with misdemeanor child injury offenses after eight teenage boys were removed from his home during a raid by Idaho authorities last month, a prosecutor said on Thursday. The case against Nathan Jessop stems from his role in the Mormon breakaway group as the assigned caretaker ...
02, Sep 2014 - Whistleblower retaliation: How Tennessee employers can defend against claims
(8/26) The Court of Appeals of Tennessee recently issued an opinion highlighting the difficulties of proving a retaliatory discharge claim under the Tennessee Public Protection Act (TPPA). Especially in light of new legislation that limits employees' options for bringing retaliatory discharge claims, employers should take note of this decision to see how proper documentation can prevent ...
02, Sep 2014 - Black legal group to seek records of Little Rock police brutality against blacks
The National Bar Association , a network of African-American lawyers and judges, will seek records of police brutality in 25 cities, including Little Rock. The open records request is described as part of an effort to end police misconduct and brutality that leads to death of unarmed people. The records requests will be filed beginning Sept. 1 in cities identified as having "an alleged history ...
02, Sep 2014 - Lawsuit: Tulsa failed to protect woman from player
The Department of Education is investigating 76 colleges and universities for their handling of Title IX complaints. A lawsuit filed in federal court alleges that the University of Tulsa failed to protect a student from sexual assault.
02, Sep 2014 - Berkeley woman discusses her abusive relationship, push for tougher laws
Criminal domestic violence is getting a lot of attention after recent reports show South Carolina is the deadliest state in the nation for women. A Berkeley County woman is using her experience to help others after someone she loved was sent to prison for beating her.
02, Sep 2014 - Woman sentenced 8 years in prison for medicare fraud
A Baton Rouge woman will spend eight and half years in prison for her role in a multi-million dollar medicare fraud scheme. A judge handed down that sentence Monday to 54-year-old Hoor Naz Jafri. 
02, Sep 2014 - Ex-wife's stalker gets prison, claimed to be cop
A western Pennsylvania man has been sentenced to at least two years in state prison for stalking his ex-wife and pretending to be a police officer in the process.
02, Sep 2014 - Federal grand jury indicts 3 former BISD employees
Three former Beaumont Independent School District employees have been indicted for embezzling money from a program receiving federal funds in the Eastern District of Texas, announced U.S. Attorney John M. Bales today. Daryl Glenn Johnson, 44, Erin Gipson Johnson, 38, and Kailyn DeShondra Pete, 25, all of Beaumont, were indicted by a federal grand jury today on charges of conspiracy and fraud ...
02, Sep 2014 - Five Phillips Nizer Attorneys Recognized in the 2015 Edition of The Best Lawyers in America©
Alan Behr, Donald P. Perry, Michael W. Galligan, Elliot J. Wiener and Howard Bindelglass honored as the nation’s Best Lawyers® (PRWeb August 25, 2014) Read the full story at
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