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20, Oct 2014 - Federal lawsuit alleges Alabama prison is dangerous and out of control
The Equal Justice Initiative, known for advocating for the civil and constitutional rights of prisoners, filed a lawsuit in federal court Tuesday that makes claims of violence and lack of institutional control inside St. Clair Correctional Facility in Springville.
20, Oct 2014 - Man pleads guilty to killing Hilliard Uber driver
A 42-year-old man pleaded guilty this morning to murder and aggravated robbery in the death of a Hilliard livery driver in February. Brian Lee Jones, whose address in court records is “streets of Columbus,” admitted to robbing and shooting Paul D. Devitt on Feb. 4.
20, Oct 2014 - County Jail prepares space for state inmates
In March 2010, Vernal's Uintah County Public Safety Complex opened its doors after two years of construction on the three-story 170,000-square-foot facility.
20, Oct 2014 - Despite SCOTUS Decision, Kansas Holds On To Same-Sex Marriage Ban
On Tuesday, gay couples who applied for marriage licenses in Kansas were turned away by county officials, despite the U.S. Supreme Court clearing the way for same-sex marriages in the state on Monday.
20, Oct 2014 - Missouri woman gets 18 years in fatal crash
ST. LOUIS (AP) — A Missouri woman has been sentenced to 18 years in prison for causing a traffic jam that led to the death of a Wildwood man.
20, Oct 2014 - Nevada, Idaho Gay-Marriage Bans Ruled Illegal by Court
Nevada’s and Idaho’s bans on same-sex marriages are illegal, a federal appeals court ruled in the latest decision striking down such state laws, after the U.S. Supreme Court again sidestepped the constitutional dispute.
20, Oct 2014 - Judge blocks Wisconsin law used in Walker probe
MADISON, Wis. (AP) — A federal judge Tuesday blocked enforcement of a Wisconsin election law that's at the center of an investigation into Gov. Scott Walker's 2012 recall campaign and more than two dozen conservative groups.
20, Oct 2014 - In the Loop: Former congressman Jim Traficant, extraordinary jailhouse artist: RIP
The media harped on Traficant's toupee, his bribery conviction and his eccentricity -- but not his artistry.
20, Oct 2014 - Pit bull owner gets 15-year prison sentence after dog mauled woman to death
A California pit bull owner whose dogs fatally mauled a woman has been sentenced to 15 years to life in prison.
20, Oct 2014 - Judge may issue warrant for Hawaii man charged in Tredyffrin harassment
WEST CHESTER A Common Pleas Court judge is considering issuing an arrest warrant for a Hawaii man who has failed to appear in court to answer for the charges against him, after he allegedly sent threatening emails to a Delaware County lawyer who once represented him.
20, Oct 2014 - Kidnapping gang's leader gets 12 life terms
SAN DIEGO (AP) — The convicted leader of a Mexican drug gang that killed and kidnapped people in Southern California has been sentenced to a dozen life sentences without chance of parole.
20, Oct 2014 - In Philly court, a parade of undocumented minors
Seated at the defense table in U.S. Immigration Court in Philadelphia, the 10-year-old looked down at his feet, which barely reached the floor. Coal-eyed, he resembled a Latino Dennis the Menace, with a "fauxhawk" instead of a cowlick and clad in a shirt that read:
20, Oct 2014 - Wisconsin Supreme Court takes its cases on the road, first time in Waukesha Co.
WAUKESHA CO. (WITI) — Only a very select number of cases make their way in front of the Wisconsin Supreme Court. On Tuesday, justices took three cases on the road to share the Supreme Court experience, and for the first time ever, did it in Waukesha County. “Since 1993, Justice on Wheels has connected the courts […]
20, Oct 2014 - Traffic Stops For Hearing Impaired Drivers: Practical Tips For Public Safety
News On 6 anchor and crime reporter Lori Fullbright worked with the hearing impaired community and Tulsa Police Department to make a video showing both sides of a traffic stop.
20, Oct 2014 - Former Cay Clubs chief Dave Clark wants singular trials, Cristal Clark says she's 'indigent
The former Cay Clubs Resorts and Marinas and the Cayman Islands have little in common when it comes to federal charges against former Florida Keys businessman Dave Clark, his attorney… Click to Continue »
20, Oct 2014 - Texas uses immigration screening, others pull back
HOUSTON (AP) — An immigration advocacy group says more than 250 law enforcement agencies across the U.S. are pulling back from a screening program for immigrants amid criticism that it may be unconstitutional, but the program is still being used in all Texas counties. Harris County Sheriff Adrian Garcia defended his agency's compliance with detainer requests. Because ICE operates within the jail ...
20, Oct 2014 - Man accused in Paoli triple shooting expected to face a judge Monday
The 36-year-old is facing two counts of murder and one count of attempted murder for his involvement in a triple shooting in Paoli on June 23.
20, Oct 2014 - Justices weigh Arkansas voter ID requirement
LITTLE ROCK (AP) — Arkansas Supreme Court justices on Thursday questioned whether the state's constitution allows for requiring voters to show photo identification before casting a ballot as they h...
20, Oct 2014 - Pit bull owner gets 15 years to life in prison in mauling death of California woman
LANCASTER, Calif. - A pit bull owner whose dogs fatally mauled a woman taking her morning stroll was sentenced Friday to 15 years to life in prison for second-degree murder.
20, Oct 2014 - More Testimony, Details in Amber Smith Trial
Smith is on trial for the murder of her fiance, Trenton Mallory. Mallory, was found dead in their center township home back in march. Smith has pleaded not guilty to murdering him.
20, Oct 2014 - Judge: State officials must act now to improve Southland's Jefferson High
A Northern California judge ruled Wednesday that the learning time lost by dozens of students at Jefferson High School in Los Angeles is so egregious that state officials must intervene to fix the problem.
20, Oct 2014 - Local mother prepares to face her son's killer
Justin Hammer is expected to get life in prison for murdering and dismembering Brandon Duran's body in Oklahoma.
20, Oct 2014 - Ex-Texas school teacher guilty in child porn case - KALB-TV News Channel 5 & CBS 2
FORT WORTH, Texas (AP) - A former North Texas high school journalism teacher faces up to 60 years in federal prison for soliciting teens for child pornography.
20, Oct 2014 - Supreme Court seems likely to rule Muslim inmate has right to keep short beard
Attorney Douglas Laycock, center, speaks with reporters after his argument before the Supreme Court on behalf of an Arkansas prison inmate who says his Muslim beliefs that require him to grow a beard are being violated by prison rules that prevent beards, Tuesday, Oct. 7, 2014, in Washington.
20, Oct 2014 - Judge blocks Wis. law used in Walker probe
A federal judge Tuesday blocked enforcement of a Wisconsin election law that's at the center of an investigation into Gov. Scott Walker's 2012 recall campaign and more than two dozen conservative groups.
20, Oct 2014 - Canadian students tased, pepper-sprayed at Jackson Co. Jail
Sixteen college students studying law enforcement at a university in Quebec, Canada got a close up look at deep south law enforcement techniques Thursday morning, thanks to the Jackson County Sheriff's Department. They're participating in an exchange program that began in 1999 to give lessons that can only be learned outside the classroom.
20, Oct 2014 - Seeking Help From A Domestic Violence Situation
So what can someone do if they find themselves in a domestic violence situation? A court ordered injunction is certainly one avenue. But what happens when that doesn't work? We spoke with an expert from The Women's Shelter Of South Texas who has some life saving advice. To contact the Women's Shelter Of South Texas, call 361-881-8888
20, Oct 2014 - Ex-guard pleads to sex trafficking with inmate
PITTSBURGH – A former state prison guard faces a 10-year federal prison sentence after pleading guilty Wednesday to forcing a 17-year-old boy into prostitution with the help of her boyfriend, whom she met when he was an inmate at the western Pennsylvania prison where she worked.
20, Oct 2014 - 'Honeymoon Murder' Trial to Begin in South Africa
The murder trial of a British millionaire accused of ordering the killing of his wife while they were on honeymoon in South Africa is set to begin Monday. Shrien Dewani, 34, is accused of hiring hitmen to murder his wife. He denies any involvement. Dewani was extradited to South Africa in April after a three-year legal battle. Anni Dewani was shot dead in Cape Town in November 2010, just days ...
20, Oct 2014 - Parents May Be Liable for What Their Kids Post on Facebook, Court Rules
Parents can be held liable for what their kids post on Facebook, a Georgia appellate court ruled in a decision that lawyers said marked a legal precedent on the issue of parental responsibility over their children's online activity.
20, Oct 2014 - Romanian Man Sentenced in International Fraud Scheme Involving Marketplace Websites
In total, 17 victims sent approximately $321,389 to accounts.
20, Oct 2014 - Obama to name attorney general after elections
Washington Obama to name attorney general after elections
20, Oct 2014 - Group pushes for contingency talks in case pension reform thrown out
Ty Fahner hopes the Illinois Supreme Court eventually upholds the pension-reform law the Legislature passed 10 months ago. But the former Illinois attorney general wants lawmakers to be prepared in case the Supreme Court throws out the law. CHICAGO — Ty Fahner hopes the Illinois Supreme Court eventually upholds the pension-reform law the Legislature passed 10 months ago. read more
20, Oct 2014 - Arkansas’ photo ID requirement for voting is struck down by state’s highest court
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20, Oct 2014 - Montana teacher -- initially given 31 days in rape of student -- now gets 10 years
Fighting back tears, Auliea Hanlon sat on the witness stand in a Montana courtroom, just feet away from the man who pleaded guilty to raping her 14-year-old daughter -- and initially received a sentence that required him to serve just 31 days in prison.
20, Oct 2014 - SCOTUS for law students: Original cases
There are many unusual cases that find their way to the Supreme Court, but none more than the docket of original cases. Start with the names. Original cases, so titled because they originate directly in the Supreme Court, have names like Virginia v. Maryland, a 2003 decision involving rights to the Potomac River; New Jersey […]
20, Oct 2014 - Attorney William Buckman found dead at Mount Laurel hotel
MOUNT LAUREL — New Jersey’s legal community is mourning the loss of William Buckman, a prominent Moorestown defense and civil rights attorney, who was found dead Tuesday in a Route 38 hotel.
20, Oct 2014 - Former Bossier Parish sheriff pleads not guilty to federal charges
Former Bossier Parish Sheriff Larry Deen appeared in a Caddo Parish federal courtroom on Wednesday, where he pleaded not guilty to federal charges involving a an alleged vehicle purchase scheme.
20, Oct 2014 - Fisher’s Conservative Party judicial nomination ruled invalid
An acting state judge has struck down the Conservative Party’s nomination of Lisa Fisher in November’s election for state Supreme Court after a lawsuit by Albany County Conservative Party Chairman Richie Stack challenged the validity of his own party’s judicial convention. Stack sued after the Sept. 20 convention nominated Fisher, a New Baltimore Republican, over his […]
20, Oct 2014 - Montana Supreme Court race: Wheat touts years of experience
HELENA – Justice Mike Wheat points to his years of legal experience as the chief reason to elect him to a full eight-year term on the Montana Supreme Court.
20, Oct 2014 - Bank robbers sentenced in case of 8 armed heists
Two Alabama men found guilty in a string of bank robberies stretching from Gulfport to Pensacola, Florida, have been given lengthy sentences by a federal judge in Mississippi.
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