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28, Nov 2014 - Blood Tests Continue To Take Center Stage In Cyanide Poisoning Trial
Testimony in the trial of a University of Pittsburgh researcher accused of poisoning his wife with cyanide last year continued Thursday.
28, Nov 2014 - California man sentenced for transporting girl to Reno area for sex
RENO, Nev. -- A California man who brought a 14-year-old girl from Richmond, Calif., to the Reno area with the intent that she engage in sexual activity, was sentenced on Nov. 13, 2014, to 10 years in prison and a lifetime of supervision, announced U.S. Attorney Daniel G. ...
28, Nov 2014 - Texas executes ex-gang member for deaths of 3
This undated handout photo provided by the Texas Department of Criminal Justice shows Miguel Paredes.
28, Nov 2014 - Man sentenced to 20 years for kidnapping White Oak girl
The man accused of kidnapping a 6-year-old girl from White Oak just hours before she was found wandering down a road in Miller County, Arkansas, has been sentenced in federal court.
28, Nov 2014 - Facebook Threats Go to High Court in Hip-Hop Free-Speech Case
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28, Nov 2014 - Advocates continue fight against Tennessee voter ID law
NASHVILLE — A legendary Tennessee lawyer whose push for voting rights dated back to the civil rights movement died last summer, not long before a new federal report found evidence that he might have had a point about the state's voter identification law.
28, Nov 2014 - 5 Things to Know in Florida for Nov. 3
Your daily look at news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today. DEFENSE BEGINS IN TAX FRAUD TRIAL OF FORMER HIGH-RANKING UBS EXECUTIVE Defense witnesses are set to begin testifying Monday in the South Florida trial of a former top executive at Swiss bank UBS AG ...
28, Nov 2014 - Plants accepts removal as Kanawha prosecutor
By Kate White CHARLESTON, W.Va. - Mark Plants said Monday he won't appeal to the state Supreme Court the ruling by a three-judge panel to remove him as Kanawha County's prosecuting attorney. Instead, Plants said, he will open his own law firm. The judges ruled last month that Plants, who faces two misdemeanor charges related to domestic violence, committed malfeasance in office and neglect of ...
28, Nov 2014 - Receiver is named for Saddle Brook hotel
A federal court in Chicago has named a receiver to take over control, and to liquidate, the assets of Florida businessman Nikesh Patel, including the yet-unopened Crowne Plaza hotel in Saddle Brook.
28, Nov 2014 - Searcy Man Found Dead, Was Facing Trial in Conway Policeman's Death
Barry Strickland was found unresponsive in White County Monday morning and later pronounced dead at a hospital.
28, Nov 2014 - Osage County Chooses Lattice's ICON Platform for 186-Bed Jail
Lattice Incorporated , a cloud-solutions provider of inmate management network systems for correction facilities, signed a new contract to install its Integrated Corrections Operating Network platform ...
28, Nov 2014 - Desperado's Case Update
Jennifer Panos will spend four years in prison after admitting she bribed police to look the other way. Two former dancers were sentenced to five years' probation for their roles.The couple will report to prison on January 7th.
28, Nov 2014 - Grandparents launch custody battle for Fallis’ children; former Weld deputy won’t fight extradi
In the midst of the ongoing, dual-state custody battle, Tom Fallis appeared Thursday in a Monroe County, Ind., courtroom for a bond hearing, during which he reportedly told the judge he would not fight extradition to Colorado.
28, Nov 2014 - Michigan supports prompt review of same-sex marriage
Moving rapidly to help persuade the Supreme Court to take up the same-sex marriage issue promptly, Michigan officials filed their brief Monday night in a key case from the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit — the only federal appeals court in the recent round of rulings to uphold a state’s ban on such unions. The state’s brief […]
28, Nov 2014 - Heart stent not expected to sideline Ginsburg but revives speculation about a successor
WASHINGTON — Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg had a heart stent implanted on Wednesday, reviving talk about how long the 81-year-old liberal jurist will be staying on the court.
28, Nov 2014 - Barber request for counting of 133 votes denied
A federal court judge has denied a request to halt the official certification of election results.
28, Nov 2014 - Judge Sets Course For Drug Cases After Lab Scandal
DOVER, Del. (AP) - A Delaware Superior Court judge has refused to issue a blanket ruling suppressing evidence in scores of pending drug cases because of an evidence tampering scandal at the state drug-testing lab.
28, Nov 2014 - Adrian Peterson's lawyer says his client was 'lumped in' with Ray Rice
Adrian Peterson's recent legal troubles have nothing to do with the recent Ray Rice domestic abuse scandal, and it's time to stop lumping the two situations together.
28, Nov 2014 - Greenberg Glusker’s Bob Baradaran and Pierce O’Donnell Recognized as Law360 2014 MVPs of the Ye
LOS ANGELES--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Greenberg Glusker today announced that two of its attorneys have been named “MVPs of the Year” for 2014 by Law360, a leading source of news and information for the legal industry. Both of the Firm’s honored attorneys — Bob Baradaran and Pierce O’Donnell — were recognized in the Media & Entertainment practice area. Law360’s MVPs of the Year recognizes the attorneys ...
28, Nov 2014 - Case Dismissed Against Man Who Served Prison Time For Rape, Other Crimes
Prosecutors have dismissed charges against a Detroit-area man who served nearly seven years in prison for rape and other crimes.
28, Nov 2014 - Accused Mexican drug boss pleads not guilty
WASHINGTON (AP) — An accused leader of a Mexican drug-trafficking cartel pleaded not guilty in federal court Monday after being extradited to the United States.
28, Nov 2014 - Judge Dale to be honored
BOISE — The Idaho State Bar Diversity Section has chosen Chief Magistrate Judge Candy Wagahoff Dale of the U.S. District Court for the District of Idaho for its 2014 “Justice for All” Award.
28, Nov 2014 - Ex-turnpike chief gets probation in plea deal
HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) - A former Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission chairman was sentenced Thursday to probation after he pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor corruption charge as part of a deal with state prosecutors.
28, Nov 2014 - More evidence that diet brands may not matter
By Kathryn Doyle NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - In a new review of randomized controlled trials, people on the Atkins, Zone, and Weight Watchers diets all lose a similar amount of weight over the first year and gain some back later on. The available studies so far don’t definitively conclude whether one branded diet is better than others, said lead author Renee Atallah of the Center for Clinical ...
28, Nov 2014 - Prosecution Rests, Defense To Open Case In Cyanide Poisoning Trial
The defense was expected to begin calling witnesses after a final prosecution witness in the trial of a University of Pittsburgh medical researcher charged with poisoning his neurologist wife with cyanide last year.
28, Nov 2014 - Dozens Of Prisoners Freed From Sacramento County Jail Days After Voters Approve Proposition 47
Sheriffs across the state immediately began implementing Proposition 47, which calls for treating shoplifting, forgery, fraud, petty theft and possession of small amounts of drugs, including cocaine, heroin and methamphetamines, as misdemeanors instead of felonies.
28, Nov 2014 - News Minute: Here is the latest Virginia news from The Associated Press
A Virginia man arrested during a 2012 raid on a central Florida white supremacist compound has been sentenced to 17 ½ years in prison for threatening Florida officials. The U.S. Attorney's Office reports that a federal...
28, Nov 2014 - Judge gives North Dakota 2 weeks to pay for loader
A North Dakota Bureau of Criminal Investigation agent and the state attorney general have two weeks to pay back a man for confiscating his pay loader and failing to return it as ordered, a judge ruled Tuesday.
28, Nov 2014 - State appeals order to pay ND man for pay loader
North Dakota is appealing a judge's order that a state Bureau of Criminal Investigation agent and state attorney general pay back a man after the agent confiscated his pay loader and failed to return it as ordered.
28, Nov 2014 - Prison time reduced for mother serving time for negligent drowning of baby
Barring any disciplinary infractions while in prison, a Merrimack mother serving time for the negligent drowning of her baby will be eligible for parole in two years, according to a judge's ruling on Monday.
28, Nov 2014 - Judge, former Tenn. state senator Mike Faulk dies
Former state senator and current Tennessee Circuit Court Judge Mike Faulk has passed away.
28, Nov 2014 - Local child sex prosecutions at record rate
TAMPA — A defense contractor from Riverview is spending 30 years in prison for forcing a 16-year-old girl to have sex with him and using his computer to record their encounter.
28, Nov 2014 - Sheriff Cannon prepares for new role as J-E
Edmonson County Sheriff Wil Cannon plans to do some heavy reading over the next couple of months to prepare for the new job, judge-executive, replacing N.E. Reed, who decided to retire after more than
28, Nov 2014 - Clean water group sues Army/BAE: 'We should not have explosives in our rivers'
The Tennessee Clean Water Network (TCWN) announced Tuesday it has filed a federal court lawsuit against the U.S. Army and BAE Systems regarding its discharge of the chemical RDX into the Holston River.RDX is used in explosives production at the Holston Army Ammunition Plant run by BAE in Hawkins County.BAE spokeswoman Alicia Gray had this response in an email: "As the operating contractor of the ...
28, Nov 2014 - 3rd Washington judge upholds pot-business ban
A third Washington state judge says cities and counties can ban licensed marijuana businesses within their jurisdictions.
28, Nov 2014 - “Toxic Tush” Doc In Broward Jail After Prison Stint
A South Florida woman accused of injecting “super glue” and Fix-A-Flat into the buttocks of women in botched illegal cosmetic surgery procedures is now in a Broward County jail after finishing a prison stint in Miami-Dade.
28, Nov 2014 - Harris County DA candidates make last campaign pitches
The race for Harris County District Attorney is not just one of the most tight, but one of the most fiery.
28, Nov 2014 - Prosecution Focuses On Emails Between Accused Doc And Wife
Testimony continued Friday in the trial of Dr. Robert Ferrante, who is accused in his wife's cyanide poisoning death.
28, Nov 2014 - Woman raped by man who fled jail’s work-release program goes before Utah’s highest court
PROVO, Utah — The victim of a brutal attack that occurred in Provo in 2010 was back in court on Thursday, still seeking justice against those she feels are responsible. She went before the Utah Supreme Court on Thursday to ask that they reinstate a lawsuit against Utah County and two companies affiliated with a […]
28, Nov 2014 - Court: Feds right to reject Maine Medicaid cuts
An appeals court has affirmed that Maine must provide Medicaid coverage to low-income 19 and 20-year-olds. Chief Judge Sandra Lynch of the 1st Circuit Court of Appeals ruled Monday that the federal government was correct in rejecting the Maine Department of Health and Human Services' proposal to cut coverage for roughly 6,000 young adults. The state petitioned for review after the federal ...
28, Nov 2014 - News Briefs: Alison Krauss impersonator back in Arkansas jail
ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - The New Mexico woman who pretended to be a famous country singer is back in an Arkansas jail Wednesday night.
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