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Lawsuit Filed Against Jody Kriss, Former Bayrock Executive & Founder of East River Partners
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28, Aug 2014 - Redskins Appeal Trademark Revocation; Indians Ready for Court
Lawyers for the Washington Redskins football team filed an appeal on August 14 in U.S. District Court in Alexandria, Virginia....
28, Aug 2014 - Florida gay marriage ban struck down
Gay and lesbian rights advocates continued their undefeated run Thursday when a federal judge ruled Florida's same-sex marriage ban to be unconstitutional -- though he didn't go so far to allow such marriages as to take place right away.
28, Aug 2014 - Murphysboro man sentenced to 5 years after undercover drug investigation
A Murphysboro man has been sentenced to five years in the Illinois Department of Corrections.
28, Aug 2014 - Colorado mother pleads guilty in son's death
DENVER (AP) — A Routt County woman accused of killing her 9-year-old son in a murder-suicide attempt has been sentenced to 40 years in prison after pleading guilty to second-degree murder.
28, Aug 2014 - Lawyer: Snowden get 3 more years in Russia
Edward Snowden's lawyer says the NSA whistleblower has been granted permission to stay in Russia for three more years.
28, Aug 2014 - Kentucky leader pleads guilty in kickbacks scheme
Circular saws squealed and construction workers hammered away on buildings, part of this Appalachian area's painstaking recovery from a deadly 2012 tornado. About 60 miles away, inside in a federal courtroom ...
28, Aug 2014 - Sapp's attorney wants interviews and text messages excluded from murder trial
The Attorney defending a northwest Iowa day care provider charged with murder is asking that interviews and text messages taken when she was detained in Minnehaha County, South Dakota be thrown out.
28, Aug 2014 - Charges dropped for Phillip Livesay in Cochise assault case
BISBEE -- The Cochise County Attorney’s Office has dropped all charges against a man accused of assaulting a woman at a home in the community of Cochise last summer.
28, Aug 2014 - South Dakota man sentenced for scissor attack in North Dakota
WAHPETON, N.D. (AP) - A South Dakota man has been sentenced to six years in prison for attacking a female store clerk with a pair of scissors in the southeastern North Dakota city of Wahpeton.
28, Aug 2014 - Maplewood man, 84, admits he shot, killed son, 36, after argument
An 84-year-old Maplewood man admitted in court Thursday that he fatally shot his son after the younger man demanded he move out of their home.
28, Aug 2014 - Centre region psychologist arrested for having inappropriate relations with patients
By: Marc Stempka STATE COLLEGE, Pa. -- A former Centre County psychologist has been arrested for having inapprorpriate relations with patients and for insurance fraud, according to the Pennsylvania Attorney General's Office. Attorney General Kathleen Kane announced the arrest of Dr. ...
28, Aug 2014 - Taunton skips testimony in his trial on charges he killed three of his family members
BONHAM — Thomas Lloyd Taunton’s trial on charges that he killed three of his family members continued without him at the Fannin County Courthouse Wednesday morning.
28, Aug 2014 - Trained to be ready to save your life
It may take only seconds for lives to change. A driver misjudges distance while pulling into an intersection, causing a crash. The boom is followed by the crushing of metal and breaking of glass as one car rolls off the road, landing on its roof.
28, Aug 2014 - Book review: 'Wayfaring Stranger' by James Lee Burke
The crime novelist draws on family history for his latest Texas tale
28, Aug 2014 - Robert Stagger sentenced to 20 years in murder plea deal
DECATUR – Robert C. Stagger, a 54-year-old career criminal, has been sentenced to 20 years in prison for the murder of 84-year-old Charles E. Hood, who was bludgeoned and stabbed to death in 2011.
28, Aug 2014 - Hawaiian Court blocks GMO regulation
It's a local bill that pitted the residents of Kauai against biggest big business.
28, Aug 2014 - Texas man gets 2 life sentences for robberies
FORT WORTH, Texas (AP) — A 23-year-old Texas man has been sentenced to two life terms in prison for robbing elderly women in their homes. The Tarrant County district attorney's office says Erik White admitted during his sentencing Friday to committing other burglaries and shoplifting daily.
28, Aug 2014 - Killer's sentencing overturned because mother couldn't find seat in courtroom
A New York man who was sentenced to at least 15 years in prison for murder had his conviction overturned because his mother was forced to wait outside a courtroom during jury selection. Daniel Floyd, 23, was tried and convicted for fatally shooting a rival during a dice game. The ...
28, Aug 2014 - Federal judge rules against Yakima in voting rights case
Sat, 23 Aug 2014 09:00:53 GMT By Mike Faulk Yakima Herald-Republic After two years of litigation, a federal judge has ruled in favor of the American Civil Liberties Union in its voting rights lawsuit against the city of Yakima, bringing potentially dramatic change to Yakima city politics. In a summary judgment issued F...
28, Aug 2014 - 22 Iowa jails refusing immigration detainers
DES MOINES (AP) — Officials at 22 Iowa county jails have stopped accepting requests from federal immigration authorities to hold people in jail without a court order, the American Civil Liberties Union of Iowa said Monday.
28, Aug 2014 - Judge issues final ruling in 'Sister Wives' case striking down parts of Utah polygamy ban
SALT LAKE CITY — A federal judge in Utah has issued a final ruling that strikes down parts of the state's anti-polygamy law, in a lawsuit filed by a family that appears on the TV show "Sister Wives."
28, Aug 2014 - Ex-RB gets 25-30 years in jail
DALLAS -- Texas A&M's all-time leading rusher is likely headed to prison after pleading guilty to federal charges related to armed robberies.
28, Aug 2014 - Appeals court tosses Black Hawk County drug conviction
A convicted Black Hawk County man who was removed during his trial for disruptive behavior will get another chance to prove his innocence, according to an Iowa Court of Appeals ruling Wednesday. Dontrayius E. Carey, 32, who opted to represent himself, was convicted in 2011 of possession of a controlled substance and sentenced to two years in prison. But the Iowa appeals court overturned the ...
28, Aug 2014 - Arkansas reality show mom sentenced in sex case
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) - An Arkansas woman once featured on a reality show about cheerleading has been sentenced to 10 years in prison for having sex with a 13-year-old boy. The Arkansas Democrat-Gazette reports (http://bit.ly/1q15LHI ) that Andrea Michelle Clevenger pleaded guilty in Pulaski County Circuit Court ...
28, Aug 2014 - Final ruling against part of Utah polygamy ban
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) A federal judge in Utah has issued a final ruling that strikes down parts of the state's anti-polygamy law in a lawsuit filed by the family that appears on the TV show "Sister Wives."U.S. District Judge Clark...
28, Aug 2014 - N.J. Senate acts on bail overhaul, Assembly to vote Monday
TRENTON - The New Jersey Senate passed two proposals Thursday that would upend the state's bail system, hours after Gov. Christie delivered a special address imploring lawmakers to act.
28, Aug 2014 - Authorities capture inmate who escaped from Cameron Parish jail
Authorities have captured the inmate who escaped from the Cameron Parish Jail Tuesday night.
28, Aug 2014 - Vail time-trial record goes down in flames
Tejay van Garderen of BMC Racing moved a big step closer to defending his USA Pro Challenge title by setting a course record in the time trial Saturday.
28, Aug 2014 - Former teacher found guilty of manslaughter in boy's hit-and-run death
DALLAS -- There were many tears shed in court Thursday, by the parents of 6-year–old John Paul Raidy and by the former Grand Prairie teacher who fatally struck him and fled the scene in January 2013. "Nothing is going to bring my son back, but she did what she did and she needs to pay for it," said the boy's mother, Lauren Raidy. A Dallas County jury convicted Lowe of manslaughter and failure to ...
28, Aug 2014 - Boston Scientific wins first trial over transvaginal mesh device
A Massachusetts jury has cleared Boston Scientific Corp of selling dangerous and defective transvaginal mesh devices, in the first out of more than 20,000 lawsuits waiting to go to trial. The verdict came Tuesday in a suit brought by Diane Albright, who in 2012 claimed that the Pinnacle device she was implanted with was faulty, causing complications that included pain, bleeding and incontinence ...
28, Aug 2014 - Judge denies injunction to block Lowell police promotions
LOWELL -- A Superior Court judge has denied a police sergeant's request for a preliminary injunction preventing the city and Police Superintendent William Taylor from promoting two other sergeants whom he alleges live in New Hampshire.
28, Aug 2014 - Jasper Johns' former assistant pleads guilty
NEW YORK (AP) — Pleading guilty to a single charge, a former Jasper Johns assistant told a federal judge Wednesday that he transported works of art stolen from the pop artist's Connecticut studio over state lines.
28, Aug 2014 - Amended Charge Filed Against Teen in Strangulation of Jail Guard
A prosecutor has filed an amended charge against a 16-year-old accused of killing a Scotts Bluff County jailer.
28, Aug 2014 - Pizza chain sued over healthcare for gay couples
By Daina Beth Solomon LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - A former trainee manager at Little Caesars pizza in California sued the company for discrimination on Wednesday, accusing the Detroit-based chain of denying employees health insurance benefits for their legally wed same-sex spouses. The lawsuit was brought in state Superior Court in Orange County, regional headquarters for the nation's third-largest ...
28, Aug 2014 - County project extension possible
Union County may be able to get an extension for its courthouse project, according to a state representative from the Oregon Judicial Department.
28, Aug 2014 - Southern Arizona Division of Court of Appeals Selects New Chief Judge
Judge Peter J. Eckerstrom has been selected by his colleagues to be Chief Judge of Division Two of the Arizona Court of Appeals. Judge Eckerstrom has served on the Arizona Court of Appeals since 2003. He is a graduate of Tucson High School, Yale University, and Stanford Law School. Division Two of the Arizona Court of Appeals reviews legal challenges to trial court judgments entered in the ...
28, Aug 2014 - Mom who allegedly let daughter's teeth rot is denied reunion with kids
Jessica Hoffman is accused of letting her daughter's teeth rot. DA tells more about probe of three children's deaths. The woman who is accused of letting her daughter's teeth rot and is under investigation in the deaths of three children had hoped to be reunited with her kids. But her tears as she left court Wednesday showed that a Northampton County judge felt differently.
28, Aug 2014 - Texas Ranger impersonator from Fayette County sentenced to jail
A Fayette County man accused of impersonating a Texas law enforcement officer told a judge he sees jail as a “refuge” from would-be assassins, and ...
28, Aug 2014 - New Albany teen gets 65 years for 3 arson deaths
A judge sentenced a southern Indiana 19-year-old to 65 years in prison after pleading guilty to three murder counts for firing a flare into a home and igniting a blaze that killed three young siblings.
28, Aug 2014 - Effort man heads to state jail in drug case
An Effort man was sentenced to state prison Monday on 28 counts for his part in a ring in which a nurse for a Palmerton doctor forged prescriptions for the drug Oxycodone.
28, Aug 2014 - High court ruling favors bail bondsmen
Bail bonds are a staple of the criminal justice system. But a Canton-based bondsman said that some of his clients have stayed in jail longer because they lacked cash to get out. Sly Sylvester took his complaint to the Ohio Supreme Court, and the justices recently ruled in his favor.
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