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Lawsuit Filed Against Jody Kriss, Former Bayrock Executive & Founder of East River Partners
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29, Aug 2014 - Attorneys React To Judge Overturning Murder, Rape Conviction Against Jamie Peterson
A man convicted of rape and murder nearly two decades ago could get the chance for a new trial. Jamie Peterson was convicted of raping and murdering Geraldine Montgomery at her home in 1996.
29, Aug 2014 - Polk County considers vying for $100 million state prison
FORT SMITH — Polk County residents will have an opportunity next week to state their case to lure a proposed $100 million correctional facility to the area.
29, Aug 2014 - Governor denies parole to Manson follower Davis
Gov. Jerry Brown reversed a parole board and denied on Friday the release of a former Charles Manson follower who served more than 43 years in prison.
29, Aug 2014 - Alabama Supreme Court orders Limestone County man back to jail to await capital murder trial
LIMESTONE COUNTY, Ala. (WHNT) – The Alabama Supreme Court has ordered a man charged with capital murder in Limestone County to go back to jail. Joel Moyers had been released on bond last December, after the Alabama Court of Criminal Appeals ordered a judge to set bail for him. The Supreme Court has reversed that […]
29, Aug 2014 - St. Peters votes to turn off red-light cameras
City will leave devices off until state Supreme Court clarifies lower court rulings..
29, Aug 2014 - University of Maryland School of Medicine's Center for Vaccine Development Leading the Way in T
The Center for Vaccine Development at the University of Maryland School of Medicine is leading an internationally-acclaimed consortium of scientists in an unprecedented multi-trial collaboration to test a potential vaccine that could help prevent the continuing spread of the deadly Ebola virus.
29, Aug 2014 - Texas judge overturns state’s school finance system
AUSTIN, Texas — A state judge overturned Texas’ school finance system for the second time in 18 months on Thursday, ruling that the Legislature’s funding boost last year failed to fix a system that is unfair and inadequate for the state’s 5 million public school students.
29, Aug 2014 - DA: Rape suspects should be tried together
NORTHAMPTON, Mass. — Prosecutors say four men charged with raping a University of Massachusetts student in her Amherst dorm room in October 2012 should be tried together. The Northwestern district attorney's office filed a motion in Hampshire Superior Court seeking to join the cases of Adam Liccardi, Caleb Womack, Emmanuel Bile Jr. and Justin King. A hearing on the motion is scheduled for ...
29, Aug 2014 - Report: Drugs Killed Oklahoma Inmate In Botched Execution
The Oklahoma inmate whose execution was botched in April succumbed to the lethal drugs he was administered, not a heart attack, after the state's prisons chief halted efforts to kill him.
29, Aug 2014 - El Paso man sentenced to 10 years in prison in federal child exploitation charge
A 44-year-old El Paso man pleaded guilty Wednesday to online enticement of a minor to engage in illicit sexual activity.
29, Aug 2014 - Palmdale man faces prison for fatally beating 2-year-old girl
A Palmdale man accused of fatally beating his girlfriend’s 2-year-old daughter has pleaded no contest to one count of second-degree murder, prosecutors said.
29, Aug 2014 - State Bar may investigate 2 assistant attorney generals
Two newly hired assistant attorney generals who work on capital cases violated court orders forbidding them from reading sealed documents when they were with the Pinal County Attorney’s Office.
29, Aug 2014 - Ben Waide Pleads Not Guilty to Felony Charges
Kentucky State Representative Ben Waide enters a plea of not guilty today in Franklin County Court.
29, Aug 2014 - Dover asks to be dismissed from Grega lawsuit
BRATTLEBORO -- Attorneys for the town of Dover are asking a federal judge to dismiss it from a lawsuit filed by a man who spent nearly 18 years in prison for the murder of his wife.
29, Aug 2014 - Teen gets 11 years for carving swastika in boy's forehead; final sentencing in torture case
PORTLAND, Ore. — An Oregon teenager who carved a swastika into another teen's forehead as he and others tortured the boy has been sentenced to 11 years in prison.
29, Aug 2014 - Medical marijuana patients say city's ordinance violates disability laws.
Medical marijuana patients aren't sitting idly by watching city attorney and city council wage a legal battle against illegal dispensaries and the landlords that lease space to them.
29, Aug 2014 - Notice of Proposed Voluntary Dismissal of a Shareholder Derivative Action
This notice relates to a proposed voluntary dismissal of a shareholder derivative action and is being given pursuant to an order of The United States District Court for the Northern District of California.
29, Aug 2014 - Ala. Supreme Court reverses decision on Limestone County man’s capital murder bond
LIMESTONE COUNTY, Ala. (WHNT) – The Alabama Supreme Court has reversed the decision of the state appeals court, meaning a capital murder suspect in Limestone County could go back to jail to await trial. Joel Moyers had been released on bond last December, after the Alabama Court of Criminal Appeals ordered a judge to set […]
29, Aug 2014 - Obama nominates 2 veterans of 26th & Cal as judges
WASHINGTON — President Barack Obama today announced federal judge nominations for two veterans of "26th and Cal," Chicago's Criminal Courts Building.
29, Aug 2014 - Teen sentenced to 11 years for carving swastika in forehead
An Oregon teenager who carved a swastika into his ex-friend's forehead during an episode of torture has been sentenced to 11 years in prison.
29, Aug 2014 - Landlord to pay $850K for discrimination
U.S. Attorney Steve Dettelbach reports Massillon-based landlord John L. Ruth has agreed to $850,000 in penalties for discrimination against blacks.
29, Aug 2014 - Bars refile case against city
RACINE -- The owners of five shuttered Racine taverns have filed an amended civil rights lawsuit in federal court.
29, Aug 2014 - Sex offender sentenced for kidnapping girl at park
LOS ANGELES (AP) — A registered sex offender has been sentenced to 12 years in prison for kidnapping an 8-year-old girl who was walking with her family in a Southern California park.
29, Aug 2014 - Inslee asks Yakima not to appeal elections order
Gov. Jay Inslee is encouraging the Yakima City Council not to appeal a federal judge’s order to change local elections to comply with the Voting Rights Act. “This is not just about Yakima,” Inslee wrote.
29, Aug 2014 - Ten Commandments monument in front of Fargo City Hall backed by appeals court
An appeals court handed the city of Fargo a victory Monday in its lengthy legal battle with a secular rights group over a Ten Commandments monument that sits on public property.
29, Aug 2014 - Holbrook Man Faces Charges For Bank Robberies
A Holbrook man accused of robbing three Boston area banks over a three-week period this summer appeared in U.S. District Court this week.
29, Aug 2014 - Barrett will stay on ballot
Jon Tatting ECM Post Review A district court judge has ruled a petition taking Rep. Bob Barrett to task over a residency dispute did not present enough proof to remove the Republican from the election ballot in November. As a result, Chisago City resident and District 32B voter Valerie Mondor withdrew her petition on Aug. [...]
29, Aug 2014 - Despite drug shortage, 2 states carry on with executions using single dose of potent sedative
Despite a shortage of lethal-injection drugs, two of the nation's most active death penalty states have quietly carried on with executions by turning to pentobarbital, a powerful sedative that generally puts inmates to death swiftly and without complications.
29, Aug 2014 - Former North Greenbush political boss faces trial on prostitution counts
Former North Greenbush Democratic political boss F. James "Jimmy" Germano faces trial later this month in Florida on felony counts for allegedly asking for sex from a boy and his mother on a Vero Beach street in 2012. Germano's trial will begin on Aug. 25 in Indian River County Court on charges of lewd and lascivious acts on a child, procuring a minor for prostitution and soliciting a prostitute ...
29, Aug 2014 - Jenise's accused killer makes brief court appearance
Gabe Gaeta, the 17-year-old accused of raping and killing East Bremerton resident Jenise Wright, 6, made a brief appearance in Kitsap County Superior Court this afternoon.
29, Aug 2014 - Build your own legal case
Equal treatment under the law? Not when so many Montanans are left to represent themselves in civil court by Jessica Mayrer A young woman with her hair tied back in a ponytail takes a break from filling out a stack of divorce and custody documents to reassure her baby, who plays in a car seat perched atop a chair. The woman coos at the child, then directs her attention back to the paperwork and ...
29, Aug 2014 - Roseville Financial Advisor Sentenced for Ripping Off Clients
Michelle Lee Kern, 36, who worked as a licensed financial advisor at Ameriprise Financial Services Inc. in Roseville has been sentenced to 46 months in prison.
29, Aug 2014 - California mentally ill inmates move to special units
State corrections officials have agreed to shift mentally ill inmates into specialized housing units instead of placing them in isolation, a decision that marks a major shift in how the system deals with such prisoners.
29, Aug 2014 - California Wine Counterfeiter Rudy Kurniawan Gets 10 Years
A California wine collector faces sentencing in New York after he was convicted of making up to $20 million from 2004 to 2012 by selling bogus bottles of wine.
29, Aug 2014 - Wisconsin union law on public worker collective bargaining upheld
The Wisconsin Supreme Court on Thursday upheld the 2011 law that effectively ended collective bargaining for most public workers, sparked massive protests and led to Republican Gov. Scott Walker's recall election and rise to national prominence.
29, Aug 2014 - Killer at 15, Washington man resentenced, now eligible for parole
A Pierce County judge erased Michael Harris’ original sentence of life in prison without the possibility of parole for murdering a Steilacoom man in 1987 and resentenced him to 25 years to life.
29, Aug 2014 - Supporters rally for release of Barry Beach
BILLINGS -- Supporters of Barry Beach rallied on the Yellowstone County courthouse lawn Sunday.
29, Aug 2014 - State officers unlawfully drew blood in DUI cases
PIERRE | South Dakota Highway Patrol troopers deliberately continued to have blood drawn involuntarily from drunk driving suspects during the past 17 months without obtaining warrants from judges, despite a U.S. Supreme Court decision to the contrary.
29, Aug 2014 - Congressional investigators say Pentagon violated law with swap of Army prisoner for 5 Taliban
WASHINGTON — The Pentagon broke the law when it swapped Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl, a prisoner in Afghanistan for five years, for five Taliban leaders, congressional investigators said Thursday.
29, Aug 2014 - Lawyers for 2 men accused in Lac-Megantic disaster want charges dropped
The union and lawyers representing two railway employees accused in the Lac-Megantic disaster are urging the Crown to drop the charges in light of recent findings by the Transportation Safety Board.
29, Aug 2014 - Week three coverage of the PCA Salmonella trial
Prosecutors and the defense have spent a good portion of the trial questioning former PCA employee Samuel Lightsey. In May, he pleaded guilty to seven counts, including mail and wire fraud and introducing adulterated and misbranded food into interstate commerce.
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