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Lawsuit Filed Against Jody Kriss, Former Bayrock Executive & Founder of East River Partners
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Second Oregon sex offender at Umatilla prison dies unexpectedly in just nine days
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02, Aug 2014 - U.S. Senate bill would punish execs who conceal product dangers
Two U.S. senators on Wednesday unveiled a bill prompted by the General Motors Co recalls over defective ignition switches that would make it a crime for corporate officers to conceal dangers posed by their products. Democratic senators Richard Blumenthal of Connecticut and Bob Casey of Pennsylvania said their proposal calls for up to five years in prison and fines for officers who know their ...
02, Aug 2014 - Judge: Mercedes-Benz violated organizing rights in Alabama
An administrative judge said Mercedes-Benz USA violated the rights of workers at its Vance, Ala., plant who were seeking to convince other employees to form a union during off-time, but ruled in the company's favor in other points of contention and imposed no fines.
02, Aug 2014 - Elite Panel of Judges to Pick Tech Winners in 15th Annual ITA CityLIGHTS Awards
The Illinois Technology Association has lined up 57 local luminaries to judge the 2014 ITA CityLIGHTS awards program, celebrating the best and the brightest in the Illinois technology community. The ITA ...
02, Aug 2014 - Florida to execute man for rape, murder of 11-year-old girl
A man convicted of raping and murdering an 11-year-old girl in 1994 is set to be executed.The execution of 45-year-old Eddie Wayne Davis is scheduled for 6 p.m. Thursday at Florida State Prison. It would be the state's sixth this year.
02, Aug 2014 - Federal judge to rule on Colorado gay marriage ban
DENVER (AP) — A federal judge in Denver is expected to rule Wednesday whether Colorado's same-sex marriage ban should be overturned immediately, or if the issue should be decided by the U.S. Supreme Court.
02, Aug 2014 - Man Allegedly Stuck Needles In Meat ‘For The Hell Of It’
An elderly man allegedly stuck needles in meat at an Illinois grocery store “for the hell of it,” according to the FBI. Donald Avers, 68, was jailed without bond Tuesday after he confessed to federal prosecutors that he inserted several sewing needles into packaged meat at the grocery store in his hometown. The criminal complaint
02, Aug 2014 - Prosecutor for City of RR named as district judge
Gina Manfredi will be the first woman to serve as a Sandoval County district court judge following the governor's appointment Wednesday.
02, Aug 2014 - Senate bill would punish executives who conceal product dangers
By Emily Stephenson WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Two U.S. senators on Wednesday unveiled a bill prompted by the General Motors Co recalls over defective ignition switches that would make it a crime for corporate officers to conceal dangers posed by their products. Democratic senators Richard Blumenthal of Connecticut and Bob Casey of Pennsylvania said their proposal calls for up to five years in ...
02, Aug 2014 - Ohio man sentenced to 36 years in rape
SANDUSKY, Ohio (AP) - A judge has sentenced a northern Ohio man to 36 years in prison for abducting and raping a woman after offering to give her a ride.
02, Aug 2014 - GovBeat: Pennsylvania will now shame convicted lawmakers with plaques that note their crimes
You do the crime, you do the time. And get an updated plaque in the Capitol portrait gallery.
02, Aug 2014 - Blevins, Wilbanks differ on jail fees
Judges can’t legally charge people fees that aren’t specifically authorized by law, says Superior Court Judge David Blevins. But that’s exactly what his opponent in Tuesday’s runoff, Dalton Municipal Court Judge Jim Wilbanks, has been doing, he charges.
02, Aug 2014 - Federal decision in Virginia clears way for gay marriage in NC, official says
North Carolina Attorney General Roy Cooper believes that Monday's federal appeals court decision on Virginia's gay marriage ban eventually will allow gay marriage in his state - and Cooper has… Click to Continue »
02, Aug 2014 - NE Ohio prosecutor wants ex-officer back in prison
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) - A northeastern Ohio prosecutor has asked a judge to again imprison a former Akron police captain who is fighting a ruling that reinstated his conviction for killing his ex-wife.
02, Aug 2014 - Texas woman to be sentenced for sending ricin
A Texas woman who had minor acting roles in film and television faces sentencing for sending ricin-laced letters to President Barack Obama and now-former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg.
02, Aug 2014 - OH Judge moves Pinoy bar shooter trial
By Balitang America Staff, ABS-CBN North America Bureau July 08, 2014 REDWOOD CITY, Calif. – The trial for the undocumented Filipino man accused of killing three people in a shooting spree inside an Ohio bar will take place a month later than originally scheduled. On Monday, a Sandusky, Ohio county judge moved 33-year-old Igmidio Mista’s […]
02, Aug 2014 - Prison violence staggering
Thirty-three prisoners and one officer have been killed by other prisoners in Georgia since 2010, according to a new report.
02, Aug 2014 - Arkansas AG asks to help defend drilling tax break
Attorney General Dustin McDaniel wants to help defend in court a $5 million tax break legislators gave natural gas drillers earlier this year, asking to step in and assist in the case after the state's ...
02, Aug 2014 - Man gets 120-year sentence in tire iron beating
A northern Indiana man has been sentenced to 120 years in prison for beating an 82-year-old man with a tire iron during a home invasion.
02, Aug 2014 - Police: Woman was shot as she drove at officers
Court records indicate State Police shot driver as she accelerated
02, Aug 2014 - Arizona court to rule on child placement cases
PHOENIX (AP) -- The Arizona Supreme Court rules Monday on how much authority that state child-welfare officials have in deciding how and when to return children in state custody to their parents. The Pima County case involves five children taken into state custody on grounds that the parents were using drugs and that the children were being neglected. A judge ruled that the plans were in ...
02, Aug 2014 - Van Der Sloot Gets Married… In Prison
Joran van der Sloot, the 26-year-old-Dutch born convicted murder and prime suspect in the 2005 Natalie Holloway disappearance, shocked the world Friday when he married his girlfriend in a simple Peruvian prison wedding-complete with guards, handcuffs, and prison bars. Van der Sloot, who is currently serving a 28-year-sentence for killing Stephany Flores, a 21-year-old business
02, Aug 2014 - Surfer who punched dog walker is stuck in jail
He’s gonna hang 10 in a New Jersey jail cell this weekend. Corey Pohan, the surfer dude accused of punching out a Manhattan dog walker, can’t face the music in...
02, Aug 2014 - North Carolina says it will no longer defend gay marriage ban in court
North Carolina’s attorney general said Monday that the state would stop defending its same-sex marriage ban against legal challenges, just hours after a federal appeals court ruled that a similar ban in Virginia is unconstitutional.
02, Aug 2014 - N.H. Judge Rejects Voter Law
Concord — A New Hampshire judge has struck down a 2012 law as unconstitutional that effectively blocked out-of-state students and others from voting in New Hampshire unless they established residency in the state that extended to other activities beyond voting, such as getting a driver’s license.
02, Aug 2014 - Shannon Richardson sentenced in ricin letter case
Shannon Guess Richardson has been sentenced to 18 months in federal prison and ordered to pay $367,222.29 in restitution for sending ricin-laced letters to President Barack Obama, former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg and the leader of Mayors Against Ilegal Guns back in May of 2013.
02, Aug 2014 - Bank Robbery Trial Underway in Pikeville
Anthony Gillespie, 26, of Grethel, and Claude Isaac, 35, of Hi Hat, are charged with robbing the U.S. Bank branch in Virgie on Nov. 13, 2013.
02, Aug 2014 - Mother of missing baby released from prison; Baby Gabriel still hasn't been found
An Arizona woman convicted in the 2009 disappearance of her young son was released from prison Friday without having ever provided authorities any details on the whereabouts of the missing boy. FOX 10's Mia Garcia reports.
02, Aug 2014 - Judge says opponent's Dalton 'jail fee' is illegal
A North Georgia judge up for re-election says his opponent is breaking the law by forcing citizens to give the city government thousands of dollars in extra money.
02, Aug 2014 - Federal judge sends key GM case to Georgia court
DETROIT (AP) — A federal judge in Atlanta has sent an important wrongful death lawsuit against General Motors back to a Georgia court.
02, Aug 2014 - Ohio Supreme Court declines to hear Prade’s appeal
AKRON, Ohio — The Ohio Supreme Court declined to hear former Akron Police Capt. Douglas Prade’s appeal, Summit County Prosecutor Sherri Bevan Walsh announced Wednesday. A motion to extend his stay was also denied. “The Appellate Court and now the Supreme Court both agree with us that Judge Judy Hunter abused her discretion when she […]
02, Aug 2014 - Meth Suppression Unit Encounters Positive, Negative Aspects to Massive Sentencing Overhaul
Indiana's criminal sentencing reform took effect nearly a month ago and police detectives and prosecutors are still trying to take it all in. The overhaul brought sweeping changes for law enforcement officers, especially the Evansville Police Department's Meth Suppression Unit.
02, Aug 2014 - Developmental center closure could take time
A week after a federal court ruled the state of Illinois could move forward with closing a developmental center in southern Illinois, state officials said there's no timetable for shuttering it. The Warren Murray Developmental Center in Centralia serves about 250 residents.
02, Aug 2014 - Court denies appeal of man convicted of killing George Junior Republic counselor
A 27-year-oldman serving a life sentence for killing a Mercer County juvenile detention center counselor has lost his appeal.
02, Aug 2014 - South Carolina Car Accident Lawyer at Matthews & Megna LLC Comments on Accident Risks on Rural Road
South Carolina car accident attorney Ben Matthews weighs in on a recent study that found drivers on rural roads may be six times more likely to be involved in a fatal car crash than drivers on other state roads. (PRWeb July 31, 2014) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/rural-accident-fatality/lawyers-sc/prweb12051792.htm
02, Aug 2014 - North Carolina AG will stop defending state's gay marriage ban
Gabrielle Levy WASHINGTON, July 28 (UPI) -- On the heels of another court victory for same-sex marriage, North Carolina's attorney general says his office will stop defending the state's law.
02, Aug 2014 - Sheriffs brace for strain on jails
County jails are bracing for what to do with low-level felony offenders now that the Indiana Department of Correction will no longer house them.
02, Aug 2014 - California prisons alter treatment of mentally ill - Quincy Herald-Whig | Illinois & Missouri News,
SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) - California prison officials pledged Friday to take a gentler approach with mentally ill inmates after graphic images of prisoners being repeatedly doused with pepper spray in their cells were made public several months ago.
02, Aug 2014 - North Carolina AG Will Stop Defending Marriage Ban In Court
Hours after a federal court ruled Virginia's marriage ban is unconstitutional, North Carolina's attorney general said he will stop defending his state's ban in court. read more
02, Aug 2014 - Ohio Supreme Court will not hear Douglas Prade case, judge wants him back in jail
The Ohio Supreme Court declined Wednesday to hear the State VS. Douglas Prade case, while also denying a motion to extend the Court of Appeals stay.
02, Aug 2014 - Former Hall Co. woman who sent ricin gets 18 years in prison
In this June, 7, 2013, file photo, Shannon Richardson is escorted to a Titus County Sheriff's car after a court appearance in Texarkana, Texas. (AP Photo/The Texarkana Gazette, Curt Youngblood, File)
02, Aug 2014 - Phoenix man sentenced in marijuana growing case
A Phoenix man has been sentenced to 6 ½ years in federal prison for growing and distributing marijuana.
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