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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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22, Jul 2014 - Rappers respond: ‘This is how we express ourselves’
A man shoots his foe in the head over and over again, leaving him to bleed out on the street. The man has no remorse. He even brags about it. Only this man isn’t real. He’s a character in a rap song written by Vonte Skinner, who was sentenced to 30 years in a New Jersey state penitentiary for the attempted murder of Lamont Peterson. In Skinner’s case , prosecutors relied on two eyewitnesses who ...
22, Jul 2014 - Alabama Coal Baron Uncovers Evidence Of Witness Payments In Attack On Lawyer
A secretive Alabama coal baron turns the tables on his accuser, suing human-rights lawyer for defamation and uncovering evidence of payments to witnesses.
22, Jul 2014 - County to consider appointing Pct. 2 JP
After first deciding not to name a replacement for Precinct 2 Justice of the Peace Kirby Hill, Navarro County commissioners on Monday will consider naming Corsicana Municipal Judge Mike Russell to fill in through the Nov. 4 General Election.
22, Jul 2014 - Texas woman sentenced to 18 years in prison for sending ricin-laced letters to government leaders
A 35-year-old New Boston, Texas, woman has been sentenced to 18 years in federal prison on a biological weapons charge in the Eastern District of Texas, announced U.S. Attorney John M. Bales and Assis
22, Jul 2014 - Ag industry seeks to create right to farm for legal protection against animal-welfare groups
Some powerful agriculture interests want to declare farming a right at the state level as part of a wider campaign to fortify the ag industry against crusades by animal-welfare activists and opponents of genetically modified crops. "A couple of years from now, we might say this was the beginning of the trend," said Rusty Rumley, a senior staff attorney at the National Agricultural Law Center in ...
22, Jul 2014 - Judges' orders keeps information from becoming public
In theory, South Carolina's courts are open. The state's Constitution says as much in Article 1, Section 9: "All courts shall be public ..."
22, Jul 2014 - State Bar of Texas announces recent attorney disciplines
The Disciplinary Actions below are published in the current issue of Texas Bar Journal. We are providing this information to help inform our readers about attorney discipline. To check on the status of an attorney at any time, use the “Find a Lawyer” search function at www.texasbar.com. You may also access and search previous issues of the Texas Bar Journal at www.texasbar.com/tbj.
22, Jul 2014 - Bank Robbery Trial Underway in Pikeville
Anthony Gillespie, 26, of Grethel, and Claude Isaac, 35, of Hi Hat, are charged with robbing the U.S. Bank branch in Virgie on Nov. 13, 2013.
22, Jul 2014 - Auto theft declining in Yakima County
Thu, 03 Jul 2014 22:16:35 GMT By Donald W. Meyers Yakima Heald-Republic For the first time in seven years, Yakima County is not in the nation’s Top 10 for vehicle theft. The National Insurance Crime Bureau’s annual “Hot Spots Report” on vehicle theft listed Yakima County as 19th in the nation for vehicle theft in 2013. The nu...
22, Jul 2014 - Top News
Truck drivers in California are entitled to paid rest breaks and meal breaks, according to a Wednesday ruling from a federal court in San Francisco.
22, Jul 2014 - Texas murder accused collapses in court
The man accused of fatally shooting four children aged 4 to 14 and their parents after entering their suburban Houston home while looking for his former wife collapsed when details of the murder scene were read in court on Friday.
22, Jul 2014 - Swallow-Shurtleff charges: a black eye and a silver lining
The scene was unprecedented: Two former statewide elected officials - who swore an oath to uphold and enforce the law - jailed after being arrested and charged with a slew of public-corruption charges. Their alleged crimes, equally unprecedented, ran...
22, Jul 2014 - Houston man gets 30 years for robbery
A 20-year-old Houston man was sentenced Tuesday to 30 years in prison for his role in an aggravated robbery in The Woodlands last year.
22, Jul 2014 - Morrissey surrenders at Henrico jail
Next at 11, new details on Joe Morrissey's indictment. Kelly Avellino has a full report coming up.
22, Jul 2014 - Amway, Hells Angels, Fracking: Intellectual Property
Sony Music Entertainment and other major music companies persuaded a federal court in Orlando, Florida, to narrow a copyright-related suit brought by Alticor Inc. and its Amway unit.
22, Jul 2014 - Jurors: Stepmom's role helped husband avoid death
HONOLULU (AP) — Delilah Williams testified at her husband's murder trial that she had stomped on her 5-year-old stepdaughter so hard that she heard bone crack.
22, Jul 2014 - Judge questions charge in ND homicide trial
The judge overseeing a homicide trial in Bismarck is questioning whether prosecutors filed the right charge in the case.
22, Jul 2014 - Pinoys react to SCOTUS’ stay on Utah same-sex marriages
By Jared Bray, ABS-CBN North America Bureau July 21, 2014 SALT LAKE CITY – Same-sex couples who tied the knot in Utah during the 17-day window last December and January will have to keep waiting before they can receive spousal benefits. On Friday, the US Supreme Court granted Utah’s request to temporarily postpone a 10th […]
22, Jul 2014 - Terence Doddy set to appear in court for extradition hearing
Terence Doddy, the suspect in two recent area murders, heads to court Wednesday.
22, Jul 2014 - Hawaii Supreme Court ruling sides with media
HONOLULU (AP) The Hawaii Supreme Court ruled that a judge improperly closed her court and sealed transcripts during a murder trial against a federal agent.
22, Jul 2014 - “She didn’t deserve to die”
The uncle of Crystal Gaffney traveled to Cedar Rapids from Texas to watch Shaun Hogan’s first appearance in court, hoping to see a look of remorse in the man’s face. That look never came, John Maynard said. “He showed no remorse in his face,” Maynard said. “He was smiling. Do you know how that makes a person feel?” Hogan, 36, of Waterloo, made his initial appearance Friday morning in Linn County ...
22, Jul 2014 - High court rules unanimously against cell search: Police must get warrant
Garfield County Sheriff Jerry Niles and Enid Police Department Chief Brian O’Rourke both said their departments have obtained separate search warrants for years.
22, Jul 2014 - Wylie teen could be tried as adult in classmate's murder
A judge will decide this week whether a Wylie teen charged with the murder of a classmate can be tried as an adult.
22, Jul 2014 - Kansas legislative leader's wife convicted of DUI
TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) - The wife of Kansas Senate Minority Leader Anthony Hensley has been convicted of a misdemeanor count of driving under the influence of alcohol for a second time. The Topeka Capital-Journal reports (http://bit.ly/1qbmHjQ ) that 60-year-old Deborah Hensley will be sentenced Aug. 29 in Topeka ...
22, Jul 2014 - Southern Union shooter files appeal on sentence
A man convicted of murdering his mother-in-law and injuring other members of his family is appealing his sentence as he sits behind bars at the Lee County Justice Center. Convicted killer Thomas May III was sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole last March.
22, Jul 2014 - Florida leads nation in inmates released without supervision, report says
More Florida inmates 'max out' — serving their whole sentence behind bars — than any other state, Pew says. Florida has a reputation for being tough on crime, experts say: Break the law and get convicted in this state, and you're more likely here than in most other states to do the time that comes with it.
22, Jul 2014 - Utah man sentenced to prison for infant's death
Ogden : An Ogden man was sentenced Wednesday to prison for up to life for the murder of his girlfriend's 3-month-old daughter Jeremy David Marshall, 37, was originally charged with aggravated murder in the 2011 death of Kennedy Lucille "Baby K" Marsh...
22, Jul 2014 - Missouri man executed for 1995 killings
A former methamphetamine dealer has been executed for killing three people in rural northern Missouri.
22, Jul 2014 - Man sentenced to life in prison for 2010 murder of young couple, unborn baby in Missouri City
Cornelius Milan Harper was convicted of capital murder by a 434th District Court jury on June 11. Harper, a 27 year-old Houston man, was indicted after killing his cousin and his cousin’s pregnant gir
22, Jul 2014 - Microsofts Top Lawyer Is Tech World's Envoy
As Microsoft's chief representative on public policy matters, including privacy an issue under close scrutiny around the world Bradford Smith plays a major role in many of the most critical decision...
22, Jul 2014 - Judge throws out Sen. Ron Johnson's lawsuit over Obamacare exchanges
A Republican senator had no grounds to sue the Obama administration over how it interpreted the part of Obamacare that forces members of Congress to get their health care insurance through the law's new exchanges, a federal judge ruled Monday. Sen. Ron Johnson of Wisconsin said he was disappointed in ...
22, Jul 2014 - Wisconsin court: Prison for chronic drunk drivers
MADISON, Wis. -- Wisconsin law requires judges to sentence chronic drunken drivers to at least three years behind bars, the state Supreme Court ruled Tuesday.
22, Jul 2014 - Trial ordered for ex-teacher accused of sex with girl
An ex-Michigan science teacher accused of having a sexual relationship with a 13-year-old student has been ordered to stand trial.
22, Jul 2014 - LaFleur files in judicial district
Julie LaFleur of Forest Lake has filed as a non-partisan candidate for judge in the Minnesota Tenth Judicial District. The Tenth District consists of the counties of Washington, Chisago, Anoka, Sherburne, Isanti, Wright, Kanabec and Pine. LaFleur practices law, focusing mainly in family law, with a history of practicing criminal and civil law. She is [...]
22, Jul 2014 - Jackson County, OH man sentenced for cooking meth
A man was sentenced to prison for cooking meth in Jackson County, OH.
22, Jul 2014 - Bigfork, Judge tosses Wisconsin senator's health care suit
MILWAUKEE (AP) — A federal judge on Monday dismissed a U.S. senator's lawsuit challenging a requirement that congressional members and their staffs to obtain government-subsidized health insurance through small business exchanges, saying the senator had no grounds to sue.
22, Jul 2014 - Kentucky gay marriage ban is 'unenforceable,' US judge rules (+video)
Kentucky's gay marriage ban was struck down Tuesday by a US district judge, the 11th to reject a state law outlawing same-sex unions. His ruling, unlike some others, did not lay out a fundamental right for gay couples to marry.
22, Jul 2014 - California DUI Attorneys Push For Overturned or Reduced Penalties
The announcement of a new marketing drive by Chris Koch & Associates for their Orange County lawyers that are working to help area residents who have acquired a DUI or other traffic violations overturned or try to lessen the penalties.
22, Jul 2014 - Closing arguments today: DeSoto murder trial nears end
The murder trial of Chad DeSoto is scheduled to continue this afternoon, with prosecutors and defense attorneys making their closing arguments.
22, Jul 2014 - 9 inmates hurt in fight at prison in Mississippi - Quincy Herald-Whig | Illinois & Missouri News, S
WALNUT GROVE, Miss. (AP) - Nine inmates have suffered cuts and stab wounds during a fight at a privately run prison in central Mississippi.
22, Jul 2014 - Three-judge panel hears motion to dismiss Wade’s suit against Cox
A three-judge panel that was appointed by the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals heard arguments on Monday afternoon on a motion to dismiss the case of Kevin B. Wade against McDowell County Magistrate Steve L. Cox. The panel convened the hearing in the courtroom of McDowell County Circuit Court Judge Booker T. Stephens.
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