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Spelling bee kids battle into the night
when they go to the dictionary there was one copy only for the pronouncer who already mentioned that the words are small and she can't see very well. I wan(...)
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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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19, Apr 2014 - Flex bill clears way for water grabs
ROCKY FORD — A flex marketing water right bill that passed the state House earlier this year would, in effect, overturn a state Supreme Court decision that prevented moving water out of the Fort Lyon Canal.
19, Apr 2014 - House votes for dog-bite liability measure
All Maryland dog owners would be equally liable if their dogs bite someone but also would have a chance to defend themselves in court under a bill approved by the Maryland General Assembly on Thursday.
19, Apr 2014 - Hellmuth & Johnson Welcomes Two New Attorneys
Hellmuth & Johnson, PLLC is pleased to announce that the Johnson Law Group is merging with the firm as of April 1, 2014. Scott Johnson and Todd Johnson join the firm with a long history of success in the ...
19, Apr 2014 - Former Nampa juvenile detention staffer sentenced to 5-20 years in prison for lewd conduct
CANYON COUNTY — Julie McCormick, former staff member at the Nampa juvenile detention facility who pleaded guilty last year to having a sexual relationship with a 15-year-old inmate, was sentenced Frid
19, Apr 2014 - Federal judge strikes down Michigan ban on same-sex marriage
Ruling says the state failed to justify a prohibition that he said violates the equal protection rights of gays.
19, Apr 2014 - Chris Brown's Punches Are Featherweight, Claims Alleged Victim
R&B singer Chris Brown is reportedly not packing fists of fury as the alleged victim of his publicized Washington, DC attack has detailed the incident at a trial today (April 17). [Visit for more information]
19, Apr 2014 - Pro-life advocates think abortion law will be upheld in trial
Pro-life advocates like Pastor James Henderson said the law is constitutional and is a leap forward for women's safety.
19, Apr 2014 - SFBG Wrap, April 9-16
Who is Raymond "Shrimp Boy" Chow? In the 137-page federal complaint detailing charges that led to the high-profile arrest of Sen. Leland Yee, Chow, and 24 others two weeks ago (see "Crime and politics," April 1), Chow is described as the powerful "Dragonhead" of an ancient Chinese organized crime syndicate, "overseeing a vast criminal enterprise involved in drugs, guns, prostitution, protection ...
19, Apr 2014 - He is Risen!Does anyone care?
Faith leaders in East County say message of Christ remains relevant and essential This Sunday, April 20, marks Easter, the most important holiday in the Christian calendar since it commemorates the resurrection of Jesus Christ. According to Christians, after a show trial brought about by his enemies, Jesus ...
19, Apr 2014 - Kansas shootings classified as hate crime
A man with a history of spouting anti-Semitic rhetoric is suspected of shooting to death a boy and his grandfather outside a Jewish community center near Kansas City, Kan., and a woman at a nearby Jewish assisted living facility.
19, Apr 2014 - U.S. contractor jailed in Cuba goes on hunger strike
By Daniel Trotta HAVANA (Reuters) - The U.S. contractor serving a 15-year prison term in Cuba for trying to start an illegal Internet service has gone on a hunger strike to protest his treatment by the Cuban and U.S. governments, his lawyer said on Tuesday. Attorney Scott Gilbert also criticized the United States for further endangering his client Alan Gross by launching a secretive "Cuban ...
19, Apr 2014 - Police: 40-plus pounds of pot shipped to retiree’s home
A 66-year-old Canton woman with apparently no prior criminal record is headed for jail after a shipment of more than 40 pounds of high-grade marijuana from Oregon arrived at her house Friday, police said.
19, Apr 2014 - Closings slated in Pennsylvania trooper trial
PHILADELPHIA (AP) - Closing arguments were scheduled for Monday in federal court in Philadelphia in the trial of a state trooper accused of assaulting a suspect almost five years ago by stomping on his head as he lay down and was handcuffed.
19, Apr 2014 - Carbon County aims to reduce prison crowding
Carbon County officials are continuing to investigate if home electronic monitoring will help alleviate overcrowding in the prison.
19, Apr 2014 - Keystone XL Pipeline Review Extended By State Department
The State Department is giving federal agencies more time to review the Keystone XL Pipeline project. The additional time was given "based on the uncertainty created" by an ongoing legal battle in Nebraska, according to a State Department statement. In February, a Nebraska judge struck down a 2012 law that allowed part of the pipeline to run through the state.
19, Apr 2014 - Broome history: Native American village Otsiningo preceded the Town of Dickinson
A New York state prison inmate serving a life term for killing a 4-year-old boy when he was 13 has... - 10:20 am
19, Apr 2014 - County takes first step toward Oceanside foreclosure
Hawaii County officials have asked a federal bankruptcy court to allow them to foreclose on $20 million worth of South Kona land.
19, Apr 2014 - Graham joins race to succeed Judge Enos; Republican files for District 1 commissioner
An attorney who practices in Lawton and lives in Duncan joined the race to succeed retiring District Judge Joe Enos on Wednesday while a Republican filed for the Stephens County District 1 Commissioner post now held by Democrat Darrell Sparks.
19, Apr 2014 - Judge Rejects MGM's Efforts to Get a Look at Universal's ‘Section 6'
A California judge rejected MGM and Danjaq's efforts to get a peek at Universal's work on a “Section 6” movie, which the two companies claim will infringe upon the copyright of their James Bond film properties, according to court documents obtained by TheWrap. In filing the copyright infringement suit, MGM and Danjaq had applied for an expedited discovery – seeking an early look at Universal's ...
19, Apr 2014 - Convicted Muskogee killer up for parole
A man who has been serving a life sentence in prison since 1984 will be considered for parole this month. Robert Mitchell Watkins, 58, was convicted of shooting and killing Charles Leonard Wright, 31, on May 16, 1984.
19, Apr 2014 - Teen's kidnapper, rapist, killer executed in Missouri
Jeffrey Ferguson was fifth person put to death there in as many months
19, Apr 2014 - READER SUBMITTED: Dzialo, Pickett & Allen, P.C. Attorneys Named "New Leaders In The Law"
Dzialo, Pickett & Allen, P.C. attorneys Eamonn Wisneski and Sylvia Rutkowska have been recognized as "New Leaders in the Law" by the Connecticut Law Tribune. According to the Law Tribune, the "New Leaders in the Law" award honors young attorneys who have made significant achievements to the legal profession to distinguish them from their peers. Honorees were selected for this award based upon ...
19, Apr 2014 - Twin Falls Man Sentencing In Federal Drug Case Now Set For July
Pocatello, Idaho ( KMVT-TV / KSVT-TV ) - The sentencing date for a Twin Falls man in his federal synthetic drug case has been delayed once again. Allen Nagel, the former owner of Smokin’ Head, was scheduled to be sentenced April 9 before Judge Bryan in Pocatello’s federal court.
19, Apr 2014 - Lawyer won’t be sanctioned in 2003 farmer slaying case
IOWA CITY (AP) — An attorney will not be sanctioned for unwittingly helping a wealthy farmer shield his assets from the estate of a neighboring farmer he killed, the Iowa Supreme Court ruled t…
19, Apr 2014 - Exchanges, brokerages hit with high-speed trading class action
Dozens of the largest U.S. stock exchanges, brokerages and high-frequency trading firms were hit with a class action lawsuit by the capital of the state of Rhode Island, accusing them of manipulating the U.S. securities markets. The lawsuit was filed on Friday in Manhattan federal district court, as the high-speed trading industry came under greater scrutiny following the publication last month ...
19, Apr 2014 - Fish & Richardson Obtains Federal Circuit Affirmance of Patent Infringement Win for the Chicago Boa
Fish & Richardson announced today that the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit has affirmed that the Chicago Board Options Exchange, Incorporated does not infringe the ‘707 patent owned by International Securities Exchange .
19, Apr 2014 - Plaintiffs to appeal dismissal of lawsuit against Marlboro football coach
Attorney Michael Sussman and his clients have "unanimously" decided to appeal a federal court judge's decision to throw out a lawsuit filed against Marlboro football coach Rich Ward.
19, Apr 2014 - Man charged in traffic death of 8-year-old girl
KANSAS CITY, Kan. — Wyandotte County District Attorney charged Tyrone Murphy, Jr., of Kansas City, Kan., 28, with first-degree murder...
19, Apr 2014 - Area veterans complete court program
Five area veterans joined some 40 of their comrades in arms Thursday afternoon when they graduated from Creek Countyâs Veterans Treatment Court.
19, Apr 2014 - Cities on hook for cancelled coal power plant
COLUMBUS, Ohio — Members of American Municipal Power (AMP), including Coldwater and Hillsdale, will meet next week to discuss how to proceed now that a federal court judge rejected their attempt to force a contractor to pay up to $97 million for costs on a coal-fired Ohio River power plat that was cancelled.
19, Apr 2014 - Iowa sex offender gets 18 years for child porn - ABC5 News Des Moines, IA
SIOUX CITY, Iowa (AP) - An Iowa man twice convicted of child sex offenses have been given 18 years in prison for possessing child pornography.
19, Apr 2014 - New Jersey Court Hears Rap Lyrics Case Arguments
New Jersey court weighs whether jury should have heard rap lyrics in attempted murder trial
19, Apr 2014 - Trial set for woman accused of killing infant
Opening statements are scheduled Tuesday in the trial of a 34-year-old Indiana woman accused in the death of her 2-month-old daughter, whose remains were found in an Arkansas storage unit a year after she was killed in Desert Hot Springs.
19, Apr 2014 - Jury convicts Bustos in 2013 assault, burglary
A Morgan County District Court jury convicted Cassandra Bustos, 34, Fort Morgan, of felony first-degree burglary and misdemeanor third-degree assault in connection with an altercation in June 2013 in Brush that led to a stabbing death District Court Judge Douglas Vannoy accepted the jury's verdict March 4 after a five-day trial.
19, Apr 2014 - World-Herald editorial: Justice trumps Nikko Jenkins' antics
Douglas County District Court Judge Peter Bataillon is to be commended for trying to limit the trauma Jenkins' in-court actions inflicted on his victims' loved ones, all while seeking to make certain that the wheels of justice...
19, Apr 2014 - Man sought in marijuana case arrested in Ala
MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) — A man wanted in a federal marijuana case is being sent to Texas following his arrest in Alabama. Authorities say 61-year-old Bobby Duane Bates will be extradited to southern Texas following a court appearance in Montgomery on Monday.
19, Apr 2014 - Mark Morales Named Super Lawyer for Second Year in a Row
Mark Morales was named Super Lawyer for the second year in a row. (PRWeb April 08, 2014) Read the full story at
19, Apr 2014 - Smartphone trial judge annoyed by phones in court - Quincy Herald-Whig | Illinois & Missouri News,
SAN JOSE, Calif. (AP) - So far one of the biggest problems for a federal judge overseeing a patent battle between the world's largest smartphone makers isn't about stolen ideas. It's getting the roomful of smartphone devotees to turn off their devices.
19, Apr 2014 - Los Lunas lawyers recommended for vacant judgeship
LOS LUNAS, N.M. (AP) — A lawyer in the attorney general’s office and a former prosecutor have been recommended to... more »
19, Apr 2014 - American identifies cleric in US terrorism case - Quincy Herald-Whig | Illinois & Missouri News, Sp
NEW YORK (AP) - A Seattle man told a jury Friday that an Egyptian cleric on trial on terrorism charges is the "very angry" imam he met in London years ago.
19, Apr 2014 - Trial in federal lawsuit delayed
A lawsuit that names a Centerville Police officer as a defendant has been delayed until 2015.
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