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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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24, Apr 2014 - Serial bank robber sentenced in latest crime
A man who prosecutors say was on supervised release after being convicted in 19 bank robberies has been sentenced for trying to rob a bank.
24, Apr 2014 - Illinois prisons to use costly drug for hepatitis C
SPRINGFIELD, Ill. — Illinois prison officials will be using an effective, but costly, new drug to treat inmates with hepatitis C. But they aren't sure of the total cost.
24, Apr 2014 - Mentally ill, in prison and locked away alone
RIDGEVILLE - Dozens of eyes peered through cloudy panes of reinforced glass as a trio of corrections officers, encased in protective vests and face shields, shuffled along the cell block's concrete floor.
24, Apr 2014 - Judge to Ohio: Recognize out-of-state gay marriage
A federal judge has ordered Ohio authorities to recognize the marriages of gay couples performed in other states.
24, Apr 2014 - Penn Pharma Staff Complete Potent Compound Safety Training Certification through Affygility Solutio
Penn Pharma, a leading global provider of integrated drug development, clinical trial supply and manufacturing services to the international healthcare industry, today announced the completion of potent compound safety training and certification for its staff through Affygility Solutions.
24, Apr 2014 - Centre Co. prison worker sues over SCI Rockview rape case
By: WJAC Web Staff and The Associated Press BELLEFONTE, Pa. -- A Centre County state prison employee who authorities said was beaten, choked unconscious and raped by an inmate in a prison office is suing the Pennsylvania Department of Corrections, the prison and several officials and employees. ...
24, Apr 2014 - Mississippi moves to execute Michelle Byrom
The letter starts off like any normal letter from a son to his mother. "First, let me say Happy M-Day, + I Love you." The second sentence, however, reveals a darker history. "Yes, the past is just that, the past, but certain decisions + choises (sic) a...
24, Apr 2014 - Student Deported to Mauritius
A High Court judge has refused to grant an emergency injunction to block the removal of an A-Level student from north London back to Mauritius.        
24, Apr 2014 - La Crosse man credits God with turning life around
John Stevenson took a lot of potential dead ends — including four suicide attempts, drug addiction, alcoholism and jail time — before he says God directed him to the straight and narrow path to resurrect his life.
24, Apr 2014 - Madison Opera's Dead Man Walking explores a real-life relationship between a nun and a convicte
When Sister Helen Prejean, a Roman Catholic nun known for her work to abolish the death penalty, learned that the San Francisco Opera wanted Jake Heggie to create an opera based on her book Dead Man Walking , she had to learn more about the composer. So she called him up.
24, Apr 2014 - Chatwal pleads guilty to US illegal campaign contribution
Prominent New York hotel executive Sant Singh Chatwal on Thursday pleaded guilty to conspiring to make $188,000 of illegal campaign contributions to three US candidates via straw donors.
24, Apr 2014 - Judge denies bail for armed Publix robbery suspect
A judge on Thursday denied bail for the man arrested in one Publix Supermarket robbery and suspected in two others across Central Florida.
24, Apr 2014 - Florida executes man convicted of murdering Lake County couple
Florida executed a man on Wednesday who was convicted of murdering two relatives to prevent one of them from testifying against him in a burglary trial. Robert Hendrix was pronounced dead at 6:21 p.m. at Florida State Prison in Starke, shortly after the lethal injection procedure began. He made no final statement. Hendrix was convicted of the 1990 murders of Elmer and Michelle Scott at their ...
24, Apr 2014 - Obama Administration Unveils New Clemency Program
WASHINGTON—Thousands of federal prison inmates could seek early release under details of a new, long-awaited clemency program unveiled by the Obama administration Wednesday. The effort is part of a broader push by the administration and some in Congress to roll back the most punitive sentencing practices that were largely developed in the 1980s as a reaction to the crack-cocaine epidemic and a ...
24, Apr 2014 - Couple wins $3 million in drilling lawsuit
DALLAS (AP) - A Dallas jury has awarded $3 million to a North Texas couple who sued a drilling company over alleged contamination. The Dallas Morning News reports ( that the jury returned its verdict Tuesday in favor of Bob and Lisa Parr of Wise County. The Parrs ...
24, Apr 2014 - Lawyer: Fla. officer in drug case 'a good cop' -
MIAMI (AP) - The attorney for a South Florida police lieutenant charged in a New Jersey cocaine conspiracy says his client has a stellar job record. Miami-Dade police Lt. Ralph Mata made his first court appearance Wednesday since his arrest.
24, Apr 2014 - Judge rejects bid to move slaying trial
A western Pennsylvania judge has rejected a request to move the trial of a man charged in the stabbing death of his estranged girlfriend two years ago.
24, Apr 2014 - Trumbull County Man sentenced for exposing himself
A judge in Mercer County sentenced Justin Moore, 24, to spend nine to 23 months in prison, and ordered that Moore register as a violent sexual offender for life.
24, Apr 2014 - California court won’t review Jackson doctor case
LOS ANGELES (AP) — The California Supreme Court refused Wednesday to review the involuntary manslaughter conviction of Michael Jackson’s doctor, rejecting his lawyer’s petition without comment. The decision by the state’s highest court was the latest stop on Dr. Conrad Murray’s legal odyssey. A state appeals court upheld his conviction earlier this year and then […]
24, Apr 2014 - Kansas court furloughs possible under new budget
TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) - State court officials are unsure whether a Kansas budget approved this year by the Legislature will allow them to avoid furloughs for employees, while still providing additional funding for operations and a new document system. A special commission appointed by Kansas Chief Justice Lawton ...
24, Apr 2014 - Yankton, SD man ordered to have competency analysis before murder trial begins
A man accused of killing his uncle and then leading police on a high speed chase through South Dakota and Iowa, wants to represent himself at trial.
24, Apr 2014 - SW Idaho woman sentenced in Nampa man's slaying
A Melba woman will spend between nine and 30 years in prison in the shooting death of a 59-year-old Nampa man.
24, Apr 2014 - Drug trafficker with ties to former Sheriff Lupe Treviño pleads guilty
A drug trafficker whose campaign contributions led to the recent resignation and conviction of Hidalgo County Sheriff Lupe Treviño has pleaded guilty in federal court.
24, Apr 2014 - Oklahoma Has Figured Out Its Constitutional Issues, Set To Kill Two Next Tuesday
Oklahoma's government appears to have worked out the state's constitutional issues surrounding the execution of two death row inmates. Over the past week, Oklahoma's two Supreme Courts (one, the Supreme Court, deals with civil matters and the other, the Court of Criminal Appeals, deal with criminal cases) have been fighting over who has jurisdiction over Clayton Lockett and Charles Warner's ...
24, Apr 2014 - Call (800) 441-2615 for Immediate IRS Wage Garnishment Assistance From The IRS Fresh Start Program
Madison debt and tax relief is a team of tax attorneys and CPAs offering services for IRS Wage Garnishment removal in 24 hours, Federal tax liens, helping clients regain control of the unpaid taxes Madison Debt and tax of Southern California helping clients in all 50 states (PRWeb April 23, 2014) Read the full story at
24, Apr 2014 - State senator, others formally indicted in San Francisco political corruption case
SAN FRANCISCO — A California state senator and more than two dozen other defendants have been formally indicted in a sweeping San Francisco political corruption and organized crime case, officials announced Friday.
24, Apr 2014 - Convicted murderer arraigned in prison escape - Quincy Herald-Whig | Illinois & Missouri News, Spor
IONIA, Mich. (AP) - A convicted murderer who broke out of a Michigan prison in February was arraigned on escape, carjacking and kidnapping charges Wednesday.
24, Apr 2014 - Michigan man gets 5 months in prison for poaching baby alligators
A Michigan man has been sentenced to prison for his role in a South Florida wildlife trafficking operation.
24, Apr 2014 - Maine seeks whistleblower’s health files in document-shredding case
A judge limits the request. Her lawyer says it’s likely an attempt to portray the Maine CDC employee as unstable.
24, Apr 2014 - Six Roe Cassidy Attorneys Selected for Inclusion in 2014 South Carolina Super Lawyers and Rising St
Jim Cassidy, Bill Coates, Randy Moody, Trey Suggs, Amber Glidewell, and Josh Smith recognized by South Carolina Super Lawyers (PRWeb April 23, 2014) Read the full story at
24, Apr 2014 - GM seeks '09 bankruptcy shield
General Motors Co. and a battalion of trial lawyers are preparing for an epic court fight over whether GM is liable for the sins of its corporate past.
24, Apr 2014 - Wilson man sentenced on federal gun charge
A Wilson man will spend nearly 8 years in prison after pleading guilty to a federal gun charge.
24, Apr 2014 - A new player challenges Nikki Haley in South Carolina
Washington, April 23 (IANS) South Carolina's Indian American Governor Nikki Haley faces a new challenge in her re-election bid with a former judge named Tom Ervin joining the race as an independent. Born Nimrata Nikki Randhawa, the 42-year-old daughter of immigrant Sikh parents from Punjab is considered one of the Republican party's "brightest stars, a dynamo fundraiser and a favourite of ...
24, Apr 2014 - A look at Oklahoma's execution drug secrecy case - Quincy Herald-Whig | Illinois & Missouri New
The Oklahoma Supreme Court ruled late Wednesday that death row inmates Clayton Lockett and Charles Warner are not entitled to know the source of the drugs that will be used to kill them.
24, Apr 2014 - Steuben Co. man who was 13 when he killed is up for parole
Posted: Wednesday, April 9, 2014 11:57 am | Updated: 12:03 pm, Wed Apr 9, 2014. Eric Smith, now 34, is serving nine years to life in prison for killing Derrick Robie in the village of Savona in Steuben County.
24, Apr 2014 - Prison sentenced given in 2011 chase
A Caddo Mills man has been sentenced to prison after pleading guilty to multiple charges filed in connection with a chase between Greenville and Terrell three years ago, which ended with the defendant being shot by law enforcement.
24, Apr 2014 - Elmo Still Off the Hook: Higher Court Upholds Dismissal of 3 Sex-Abuse Lawsuits Filed Against Kevin
Kevin Clash is almost in the clear. A New York appellate court has upheld the July 2013 dismissal of three sexual-abuse lawsuits filed against the man who puppeted Sesame...
24, Apr 2014 - Colorado gubernatorial candidates comment on a harsher stand on crime
Scott Gessler takes a turn answering a question during Saturday's governor candidate forum at Mountain View Core Knowledge School. Republican gubernatorial candidates from left to right are Bob Beauprez, Greg Brophy, Gessler, Steve House, Mike Kopp and Roni Sylvester.
24, Apr 2014 - Suspect in state trooper threats ordered to psychiatric treatment
BECKLEY (WVVA) -- Court proceedings for a man accused of threatening a state trooper are continued while the suspect spends time in a psychiatric hospital.
24, Apr 2014 - Former 'Melrose' actress seeks public defender
SOMERVILLE, N.J. (AP) - It's up to a judge in New Jersey to decide whether a former "Melrose Place" actress can use a public defender to appeal her conviction of killing a woman while driving drunk in 2010. Amy Locane-Bovenizer is serving a three-year prison sentence after she ...
24, Apr 2014 - Supreme Court rules Kenner, railroad not liable
NEW ORLEANS (AP) — The Louisiana Supreme Court has ruled that the Kenner and the Illinois Central Railroad Co. are not liable for a 2009 crash in which a train struck and killed a deaf woman trying to cross the tracks at an unguarded intersection.
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