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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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02, Oct 2014 - Kansas court rules Dems don’t need to replace Taylor, dealing blow to Pat Roberts
A break for Greg Orman in the Kansas Senate race.
02, Oct 2014 - Florida man convicted in loud music case
A Florida man faces life in prison after being convicted of first degree murder at his retrial for the shooting death of an unarmed black teenager during an argument over loud music in 2012.
02, Oct 2014 - Rape Suspect Re-Indicted Using New DNA Test
Suffolk County District Attorney Spokesman Jake Wark said the new DNA test can reportedly distinguish genetic differences between identical twins.
02, Oct 2014 - Georgia man gets 20 years for gun battle at Decatur school
DECATUR, Ga. (AP) A man who was persuaded by a bookkeeper to surrender during a 2013 gun battle with police at a school near Atlanta pleaded guilty to multiple charges Tuesday and was sentenced to 20 years in prison.
02, Oct 2014 - Union warned Lima prison of escape plan
LIMA, Ohio — The state prison in Lima where an escape took place Thursday was warned a day prior an escape plan being hatched, resulting in one inmate being put into segregation, the union representing employees who work there said today.
02, Oct 2014 - Jennifer Connelly is being sued for allowing her roof to "fall into disrepair".
The 43-year-old actress' New York loft apartment suffered extensive damage costing $262,000 following a big rainstorm in October 2010 and her insurance company have filed a claim against the construction company who worked on the roof in the 1860s former warehouse building.
02, Oct 2014 - 10 Things to Know for Today - News, Weather and Classifieds for Southern New England
(AP Photo/Mike Munden). L'Niyah Graham smiles while holding a script during a performance of "The Trial of the Big Bad Wolf" at Clinton Elementary School in Columbus, Ohio, on Thursday, July 17, 2014.
02, Oct 2014 - Madison County man sentenced in murders
RICHMOND, Ky. (AP) — A central Kentucky man has been sentenced to life in prison without parole for 25 years for three murders. Media report 30-year-old Matthew Denholm of Madison County was sentenced in the 2011 death of 25-year-old Zackary Flower of Berea and the 2010 deaths of 30-year-old Sonsaray Warford and 30-year-old Charles DeMarcus Walker. Denholm pleaded guilty last month in Madison ...
02, Oct 2014 - Milford man to spend 11 years in federal prison for Merrimack bank robbery
CONCORD – A Milford man charged with robbing a Merrimack bank last summer armed with a shotgun has agreed to an 11-year federal prison sentence. Frank Mione, 48, of 16 Birchwood Lane, Milford, has also been linked to a series of high-profile bank robberies in Manhattan – as a getaway driver – that ended in a wild police chase. In August, he was charged with threatening several tellers at the TD ...
02, Oct 2014 - LDS Church, others urge Supreme Court to hear same-sex marriage case
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and four other faith organizations are urging the Supreme Court to take up Utah's same-sex marriage case. A wide array of interest groups filed amicus briefs Friday urging the high court to intervene.
02, Oct 2014 - Ohio man jailed on drug charges
An Ohio man was jailed this morning on drug charges after police said he was found with LSD by officers who were investigating a suspicious vehicle on Monday night.
02, Oct 2014 - Amended sentences ordered for three Elkhart teens convicted of felony murder
Felony Murder convictions for three Elkhart teens involved in a deadly 2012 burglary were upheld in Appeals Court Friday, but directions were given to amend their prison sentences. Layman, Sparks and Sharp were all convicted alongside Jose Quiroz, for breaking into the Elkhart home of Rodney Scott on Oct. 3, 2012.
02, Oct 2014 - TJ Lane & 2 other escapees have been transferred to Youngstown
On Friday, September 12, the Ohio officials in charge of the state's prison system and highway patrol praised local law enforcement for their quick action with the Ohio State Highway Patrol.
02, Oct 2014 - Judge deals BP — and its lawyer, Kirkland — a black eye
BP faces billions more in potential penalties after a judge found it acted with gross negligence in the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill. Chicago's Kirkland & Ellis has represented BP in the case.
02, Oct 2014 - Court rulings let 1 Seeley-Swan logging project go forward, halt 1 other
A pair of contrary court decisions let one Seeley-Swan logging project go forward while holding up another a few miles away.
02, Oct 2014 - Long day yields little results in Trombetta hearing
PITTSBURGH -- About the only issue settled during an all-day evidence suppression hearing Tuesday for Pennsylvania Cyber School Charter founder Nick Trombetta was that the federal court proceedings wo
02, Oct 2014 - Former Connecticut governor's advice to company was 'ruse': witness
By Richard Weizel NEW HAVEN Conn. (Reuters) - Former Connecticut Governor John Rowland advised a healthcare company in the state as part of a "ruse" to try to hide that he was being paid to help the congressional campaign of the company owner's wife, an executive testified on Wednesday. ...
02, Oct 2014 - Appeals court says governor can appoint replacement for retiring Judge Donald Moran
A divided appeals court upheld the power of Gov. Rick Scott to appoint a replacement for Donald Moran, chief judge of the 4th Circuit, who is retiring in January.
02, Oct 2014 - U.S. appeals court puts gay marriages on hold in Indiana
(Reuters) - A U.S. appeals court panel on Monday put same-sex marriages on hold in Indiana while the state appeals its ruling overturning a ban on gay nuptials to the U.S. Supreme Court. Indiana and Wisconsin both have asked the nation's highest court to uphold their respective bans in appeals from a 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruling earlier in September that overturned bans in both ...
02, Oct 2014 - DEP facing lawsuit over access to mining pollution data
By Ken Ward Jr. The state Department of Environmental Protection is facing a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit over its refusal to provide a public interest law firm with a slice of agency data that shows recent water pollution levels at coal-mining operations across West Virginia. Lawyers from Appalachian Mountain Advocates sued DEP in Kanawha Circuit Court after the agency turned down their ...
02, Oct 2014 - RADIO/PODCAST: A Copyright Attorney on the Ramifications of the Siriusxm Legal Defeat
Score one for the musicians: a California Federal Court Judge delivered a legal earthquake in the music industry by declaring that Flo & Eddie of the Turtles prevail on the issue of the public performance of their pre-1972 sound recordings in their legal action against SiriusXM.
02, Oct 2014 - Video: Morning News September 26, 2014
ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) – The defense is now taking over in the trial of former APD Sergeant Adam Casaus. He’s charged with vehicular homicide an…
02, Oct 2014 - Jury returns guilty verdict in human trafficking case involving teen girl
A jury returned a guilty verdict early Friday evening in one of the most disturbing cases of human trafficking in central Florida. Alleged gang members accused in March of selling a 14-year-old girl for sex were in court to await their fate. The defendant's attorneys tried to argue that the victim was upset she'd been kicked out of a home where they were staying. They claim they kicked her out ...
02, Oct 2014 - Oshkosh man convicted in 1989 murder is appealing
A 55-year-old Oshkosh man serving time for a 1989 murder is appealing his conviction. Mark Price was convicted for the shooting of Michael Fitzgibbon, whose body was shoved under the ice on Lake Butte des Morts. The Oshkosh Northwestern Media reports attorney Byron Lichstein with the Wisconsin Innocence Project at the University of Wisconsin has filed a motion for post-conviction relief. It ...
02, Oct 2014 - Geneva man pleads guilty to sexual assault
ST. CHARLES TOWNSHIP – A Geneva man pleaded guilty in court Friday to videotaping sexual acts between himself and a minor he knew who was younger than 18.
02, Oct 2014 - Lawyer embezzles $9 million to buy collectibles, is disbarred
What a joker! A New York lawyer stole $9 million from a Texas company so he could buy comic books and sports memorabilia — including a first-edition Batman worth $900,000...
02, Oct 2014 - Va. Beach concert promoter sent to prison for fraud
Investors thought they were buying into the glitzy concert-promotion business, with marquee artists including Jay-Z, Beyonce and Prince. Instead, they got bilked out of nearly $1 million by a Virginia Beach concert promoter who is now headed to federal prison.
02, Oct 2014 - S. Idaho man sentenced to life for killing
A southern Idaho man has been sentenced to life in prison for the stabbing and shooting death of a Filer man.
02, Oct 2014 - Judge rules in Alaska Native voting rights case - Quincy Herald-Whig | Illinois & Missouri News, Sp
JUNEAU, Alaska (AP) - A federal judge on Monday ordered the state to take additional steps to provide voting materials to Alaska Native voters with limited English.
02, Oct 2014 - UPDATE: Reduced sentences ordered for three Elkhart teens convicted of felony murder
Felony Murder convictions for three Elkhart teens involved in a deadly 2012 burglary were upheld in Appeals Court Friday, but directions were given to reduce their prison sentences.
02, Oct 2014 - Florida man convicted of murder in retrial
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02, Oct 2014 - Prison escapee gets 3 years - KALB-TV News Channel 5 & CBS 2
LAFAYETTE, La. (AP) - A 36-year-old man has been sentenced to 36 months in prison and two years of supervised release for stealing a car and driving to Florida after escaping from a prison road crew.
02, Oct 2014 - Judge orders Emmett church fires trial moved to Caldwell
Citing pretrial publicity, a judge has ordered an Emmett church-fire trial moved to Caldwell. Click to Continue »
02, Oct 2014 - Merrill woman gets 4 years in prison in heroin case
A Marathon County Sheriff's Department captain is recovering in the hospital after he shot himself in the hand while he was cleaning his handgun, according to department officials.
02, Oct 2014 - Prison dogs tension-relievers for mentally ill inmates
The mentally ill inmate has long been a recluse in his cell, refusing to utter a word to anyone or go anywhere near a therapy session.
02, Oct 2014 - Investigations underway in Ohio prison escape
A teen convicted of killing three students at an Ohio high school scrambled over a prison fence with two other inmates only to be caught nearly six hours later while hiding by a church just 100 yards from the prison.
02, Oct 2014 - Escape draws heightens concerns at Ohio prison
LIMA, Ohio -- The escape by three inmates, including the killer of three students in the 2012 Chardon High School rampage, from the Allen Oakwood Correctional Institution drew accusations from union officials about inadequate staffing levels and security problems at the facility.
02, Oct 2014 - Supreme Court limits post-retirement work for 'double dippers'
CONCORD — The state Supreme Court issued a decision Tuesday ruling that state pensioners cannot work more than 32 hours a week while collecting their state pensions.
02, Oct 2014 - Visit Lubbock to host 92nd Annual County Judges and Commissioners Association of Texas Conference
The association is a statewide organization promoting the interest of County government through continuing education and active participation in governmental affairs. 
02, Oct 2014 - Mississippi Sued Over 'Hellish' Conditions in For-Profit Prison
At the East Mississippi Correctional Facility, sometimes incarcerated people are forced to resort to starting fires to get attention from negligent staff.
02, Oct 2014 - Driver charged with hitting state trooper pleaded guilty to DUI days earlier
A Mount Prospect woman who authorities say drunkenly struck a state trooper on I-294 had pleaded guilty to an aggravated DUI charge just days before and had been sentenced to probation, according to Cook County court records.
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