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Spelling bee kids battle into the night
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Lawsuit Filed Against Jody Kriss, Former Bayrock Executive & Founder of East River Partners
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Man Charged With Murder In Filer Pleads Not Guilty
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Second Oregon sex offender at Umatilla prison dies unexpectedly in just nine days
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17, Apr 2014 - Englishman sentenced to 17 years for porn involving Maine girl
Nicholas Cheese, 27, had established an Internet relationship with the 13-year-old girl before meeting her at a Bangor hotel to have sex.
17, Apr 2014 - Majority of US executions come from just 2% of counties, report finds
That the death penalty is administered in a fair and equitable fashion within the federal system, is belied by the vastly divergent facts on the ground The arbitrary nature of the death penalty as practiced in the US is laid bare in a new study that shows that just 2% of counties across the nation have generated most of the executions in the past 40 years. A new report from the Death Penalty ...
17, Apr 2014 - After nearly three years in prison, former county official LaTorre set for release
After serving nearly three years in state prison for paralyzing a woman while driving drunk, a former director of Monroe County Social Services is scheduled for release this coming Friday. Click to Continue »
17, Apr 2014 - N.D. law banning most abortions tossed
A federal judge on Wednesday ruled North Dakota's abortion law, which would ban most abortions after six weeks, when a fetal heartbeat can be first detected, is unconstitutional.
17, Apr 2014 - $40M pill mill kingpin's sentence reduced for testifying against docs
Federal judge agrees to cut Christopher George's punishment to 14 years in return for his helping prosecutors Christopher George, whose highly successful pill mills in Broward and Palm Beach counties made about $40 million, was hoping Friday that his cooperation with prosecutors would earn him a big break on the prison term he is serving.
17, Apr 2014 - Deters says he won't practice law in Ky.
Attorney Eric Deters told the Kentucky Supreme Court Monday that he will never practice law again in Kentucky.
17, Apr 2014 - Why the Five-Percenters Hate You
After Jay-Z wore a medallion linked to the obscure 5 Percenter religion, best known through prison stories and hip hop songs, we give you some background on the group and its beliefs.
17, Apr 2014 - Voting rights advocates say ID won’t thwart alleged fraud -
RALEIGH — Data suggesting potential voter fraud in North Carolina’s 2012 elections still don’t justify wide-ranging and restrictive changes approved by Republicans last year that are now the focus of court challenges, voting rights advocates said Thursday.
17, Apr 2014 - Investigation after inmate death at Farmington prison
An investigation is underway after an inmate died at the Farmington Correctional Center.
17, Apr 2014 - Four teens charged following manhunt in S.C. given June trial dates
Four juveniles, one of whom was charged with murder, who were the subject of a manhunt in South Carolina last week were given June trial dates Friday in Juvenile Court in Greeneville.
17, Apr 2014 - Arkansas rest-stop killer dies in Montana cell
DEER LODGE, Mont.— A man serving life sentences for homicides committed in Arkansas, Montana and California in 2000 died unexpectedly at the Montana State Prison in Deer Lodge, prison officials said.
17, Apr 2014 - Ohio judge orders man to hold 'I AM A BULLY' sign
SOUTH EUCLID, Ohio (AP) — An Ohio judge has ordered a man convicted of harassing a neighbor and her disabled children to stand on a street corner with a sign that says "I AM A BULLY!"
17, Apr 2014 - Singleton’s confession in murder case read for court
The sound of tears slowly overtook the audience at Christina Marcum’s trial Tuesday as Detective Brian Reeder read aloud Jason Singleton’s statement of guilt in the 2011 murder of his wife, Angela Frazier Singleton.
17, Apr 2014 - RPD: Man stalked woman, burglarized her home
Officers charged a Grindstone Court man with stalking and burglary after he harassed a female acquaintance for two months, according to a Richmond police report.
17, Apr 2014 - North Dakota's 'Heartbeat' Abortion Law Found Unconstitutional
A district court judge struck down North Dakota’s early abortion ban on Wednesday, ending one of the country’s strictest abortion laws and reaffirming a higher court’s ruling on women’s reproductive rights.
17, Apr 2014 - Bell's Rizzo sentenced to 12 years in prison
L.A. County judge also orders the former Bell administrator to pay the city nearly $9 million in restitution. Four years after he became the face of municipal greed, Robert Rizzo broke his long silence Wednesday in a Los Angeles courtroom and asked a judge for mercy.
17, Apr 2014 - Alamogordo police logs (April 4 - April 10)
Editor's note: Police logs are provided to the Daily News by the Alamogordo Police Department. Friday, April 4 Day Shift Christina Hopkin, 30, of La Luz, was ticketed for alleged shoplifting and will have to appear in court.
17, Apr 2014 - Idaho asks judge to toss lawsuit on farm video law
Attorneys for Idaho Gov. C.L. "Butch" Otter are asking a federal judge to toss a lawsuit challenging a new law that makes it illegal to secretly film animal abuse at agricultural facilities. ...
17, Apr 2014 - No Bail For Rivera Associate In Campaign Case
Ana Alliegro, an associate of former Republican Congressman David Rivera, was in federal court Friday in a campaign finance violations case.
17, Apr 2014 - Obama reduces prison time for inmate whose sentence was based on typo
The White House said Obama decided to grant clemency because it was the only way to correct the mistake.
17, Apr 2014 - Man accused of shooting, killing wife pleads not guilty
A West Frankfort man accused of shooting his wife was in court on Wednesday to answer charges.
17, Apr 2014 - Flashing headlights free speech? Judge says yes
After Chris Hill was handed a $260 ticket for improperly using his headlights, he decided to fight the citation.
17, Apr 2014 - Cast of 35, Culled from Worlds of Broadway, Cabaret and Opera, Are Part of Nicholas Nickleby, A New
Theater for the New City, which is under the leadership of executive director Crystal Field, presents Nicholas Nickleby, A New Musical April 17-May 5 at the Joyce and Seward Johnson Theater.
17, Apr 2014 - Pennsylvania bank submits highest bid for 1st Mariner
Sale hearing scheduled for Monday A regional Pennsylvania bank submitted the highest bid at the auction for Baltimore's 1st Mariner Bank in a deal that must still be approved by a federal bankruptcy court judge and banking regulators.
17, Apr 2014 - Marathon bombings: Special restrictions harming Tsarnaev defense, lawyers say
Dzhokhar Tsarnaev is not far from Boston. He is just 30 minutes from the city whose marquee event, its marathon, he and his older brother are accused of bombing a year ago. But, given the extremely limited contact he has with the world outside the Federal Medical Center in Ayer, Mass., Mr. Tsarnaev might as well be much farther than that. Just one day after Bostonians, runners, and other ...
17, Apr 2014 - The Skanner Newspaper - Oregon Innocence Project Offers Hope to the Wrongly Convicted
Pictured are three of four co-founders of Oregon Innocence Project. From left: S. Bobbin Singh, executive director of the Oregon Justice Resource Center; Aliza Kaplan, an associate professor at Lewis & Clark Law School; and Janis Puracal, an associate at the law firm Bullivant Houser Bailey PC.
17, Apr 2014 - State AGs take up fossil-fuels boom as IPCC and feds lean green
Days after the U.N.-backed climate change panel of scientists urged a radical shift toward wind and solar energy to slow accelerating greenhouse-gas pollution, U.S. state attorney generals on Wednesday focused on ramped-up production of fossil fuels.
17, Apr 2014 - Prison Reform is Bigger in Texas
The Lone Star State has led a surprisingly progressive overhaul of its incarceration system. The story behind the bipartisan push that GOP contenders may be extolling come 2016.
17, Apr 2014 - Group asks Supreme Court to consider Ala. tax case
MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) — Attorneys for a group of poor Alabama schoolchildren and their parents are asking the U.S. Supreme Court to considering scrapping Alabama's property tax system.
17, Apr 2014 - Son admits hosting party that led to teen's death
MADISON, Minn. (AP) - A 19-year-old western Minnesota man has admitted that he hosted an underage drinking party attended by a star high school athlete from Dawson who was later found dead of hypothermia. Erik Hastad of Hantho Township pleaded guilty in La qui Parle County Court Tuesday ...
17, Apr 2014 - Couple Faces Multiple Drug And Weapon Charges After Fleeing Mississippi
Wakulla County Sheriff’s Office deputies arrested a Mississippi couple in Crawfordville on April 12 after the couple fled Mississippi prior to being sentenced to prison, according to Sheriff Charlie Creel.
17, Apr 2014 - Inmate serving life for murder dies at Montana State Prison
A Montana Prison inmate serving time for deliberate homicide in Ravalli County was found dead in his cell Wednesday.
17, Apr 2014 - American imprisoned in Cuba ends hunger strike
WASHINGTON (AP) — An American imprisoned in Cuba for more than four years after illegally working to set up Internet access on the island suspended his hunger strike Friday after more than a week.
17, Apr 2014 - Judge: City must turn in documents related to police-involved shooting
MARTINSBURG - A federal judge has ordered the city of Martinsburg to turn documents related to a police-involved shooting last year that left a Virginia man dead over to counsel representing the man's family in a $200 million lawsuit filed against...
17, Apr 2014 - Fraud suspects' trial starts Monday
After months of trial date postponements and mounds of motions, defendants will face a jury trial Monday in federal court in Orlando.
17, Apr 2014 - Attempted Libya jailbreak leaves 2 prisoners dead
Libya's justice minister says that an attempted jailbreak at a prison outside Tripoli left two prisoners dead.
17, Apr 2014 - Tennessee Man With 13 DUIs: Bobby Ray Towry Facing Up To 21-Year Sentence In Florida, Possible 14th
A Tennessee man who was convicted of his 13th DUI last week in Florida -- and is awaiting charges on a possible 14th drunk-driving offense in the Volunteer State -- is facing up to 21 years in prison at sentencing.
17, Apr 2014 - Doctor gets prison in abuse of child
GEORGETOWN — A judge sentenced Melvin L. Morse, a former pediatrician, to spend at least three years in prison for convictions in the waterboarding of his 11-year-old stepdaughter.
17, Apr 2014 - Director Bryan Singer Accused of Sexually Abusing 17-Year-Old Boy in 1999
UPDATED: A lawsuit filed Wednesday in Hawaii Federal Court alleges that Singer raped the boy, used other force and forced him to inhale cocaine. Singer's lawyer calls the suit "absurd and defamatory." read more
17, Apr 2014 - Peoria man gets 40 years for wife’s slaying
PEORIA — An East Bluff man was sentenced Thursday to 40 years in prison after pleading guilty to shooting his wife last year.
17, Apr 2014 - Former Sunday School teacher sentenced to 35 years for sex assault of female relative
A former Sunday School teacher and resident of Tarkington and Conroe will spend the next 35 years of his life in prison after being convicted of Indecency With a Child for the continuous sexual abuse
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