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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, Oct 2014 - Court: Red-light camera operators can't give tickets - Is traffic camera technology being misus
MIAMI — Big changes could be coming to cities with red-light cameras after a Florida District Court of Appeals judge said it’s illegal for camera operators to issue citations to drivers.
22, Oct 2014 - West Virginia coal strike temporarily halted
A West Virginia coal strike has been temporarily halted by a judge hours after it began.
22, Oct 2014 - VA to fix gravestone of Concord man’s Confederate ancestor
ELMIRA, N.Y. (AP) — Federal officials say they'll correct a Confederate soldier's gravestone that was inscribed with the wrong name decades after he died at a Civil War prison camp in New York.
22, Oct 2014 - State audit finds fault with New Hanover Superior Court Clerk's office
The North Carolina State Auditor's office has found fault with the way estates are being handled at the office of the New Hanover County Clerk of Superior Court.
22, Oct 2014 - Rare correction made in Justice Ginsburg’s dissent on Texas voter ID law
The U.S. Supreme Court made a rare correction on Wednesday to a dissent written by Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on Texas’ controversial new voter-identification law.
22, Oct 2014 - Washington Supreme Court should not dismiss Backpage.com case
Just because no case law yet holds Backpage.com responsible for exploiting children, that does not mean the classified ad site should always be immune from liability. The fact is Backpage.com and other sites like it create an environment where pimps can easily post ads every night selling girls (and
22, Oct 2014 - DC Volunteer Lawyers Project Announces Major Gift, Funding For Innovative Fellowship From Adrienne
WASHINGTON, Oct. 14, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The DC Volunteer Lawyers Project (DCVLP) announced today that Adrienne Arsht, philanthropist, business leader, and longtime supporter, has made a major gift to the organization, a portion of which will be used to establish a new two-year fellowship for lawyers who are transitioning back to the profession after taking a career break. The ...
22, Oct 2014 - Hagerstown man to be tried in Pennsylvania in case of body found in burned car
(AP) The attorney representing a Maryland man charged in the shooting death of a man whose body was found in a burned-out car in south-central Pennsylvania says his client maintains that he acted in self-defense. Eighteen-year-old Jonta Bishop of Hagerstown was ordered Wednesday to stand trial in Bedford County in the Sept. 25 death of ...
22, Oct 2014 - Candidates for judges' posts discuss issues
Candidates are running for seats in the 5th and 13th judicial district courts
22, Oct 2014 - Defending the Defense
The Attorney General’s office addresses the responsibility of defending the state’s marriage law by Amber Stearns It has been just over two weeks since the U.S. Supreme Court rejected Indiana’s cert petition and effectively changed marriage equality in the state. Although the dust has settled and marriage rights are now recognized, Indiana Attorney General Greg Zoeller continues to field ...
22, Oct 2014 - Pullman arsonist sentenced to four years, ordered to pay $4 million - Tue, 21 Oct 2014 PST
The 33-year-old apprentice plumber who admitted to burning down several buildings of a Pullman apartment complex under construction in July 2013 will spend a little more than four years in prison and pay more than $4.7 million in restitution, a federal judge ruled Tuesday.
22, Oct 2014 - Serial killer gets life for 3 LA killings in '80s, suspected in 40 more
A serial killer has been sentenced to life in prison for the murders of three women in South Los Angeles more than 20 years ago.
22, Oct 2014 - NCAA Athletes Win Antitrust Lawsuit That Could Pave Way for Pay
A California federal judge issues an injunction against the NCAA from enforcing rules against recruits being offered a limited share of licensing revenue and trust money. read more
22, Oct 2014 - Judge to Hear Plea Deal in Oil Patch Killing
Judge to hear Colorado man's plea agreement in teacher's killing in Bakken oil patch
22, Oct 2014 - Florham, Chatham men netted in racketeering sweep
Acting Attorney General John J. Hoffman disclosed Tuesday, Oct. 21, that seven alleged members and associates of the New York-based Genovese organized crime family, including Florham Park and Chatham
22, Oct 2014 - TODAY: Pistorius Gets Five Years, Exploding Air Bags, Payton’s, not Peyton’s Record
DENVER — Here are your 10 Things to Know for Tuesday, Oct. 21, 2014. 1. Oscar Pistorius sentenced to five years in prison for girlfriend’s killing Oscar Pistorius’ fall from grace culminated with a five-year sentence in the shooting death of his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp. Under South African law, he will have to serve at […]
22, Oct 2014 - Free Keene founder gets community service sentence for fraud conviction
Free Keene founder Ian Freeman, 34, was ordered to perform 100 hours of community service at his sentencing on a fraud conviction in Keene district court Thursday.
22, Oct 2014 - Legal titans prepared to tussle in Ferrante cyanide homicide trial
Lawyers defending a University of Pittsburgh researcher accused of killing his wife may argue at his trial that dissimilar test results cannot prove she died ...
22, Oct 2014 - Former symphony executive pleads no contest
Former Peninsula Symphony Executive Director Stephen Jay Carlton recently pleaded no contest to six felony counts, according to the Santa Clara County District Attorney’s Office. According to Deputy DA Judy Lee, Carlton entered a no-contest plea Sept. 23 to single counts of grand theft, identity theft and embezzlement and three counts of forgery.
22, Oct 2014 - Colleyville businessman skirts prison for violating probation
Richard Raley, who had faced up to 10 years in prison for violating conditions of his probation, instead had his probation amended, requiring he attend drug treatment and not drive for six years.
22, Oct 2014 - Man gets 10 years in prison for raping teen
A Hamilton man will spend 10 years in prison for the 2004 rape of a teenage girl.
22, Oct 2014 - Former D.A. criticizes Brownback ad depicting Carr brothers
The spot from Brownback?s campaign questioned the Kansas Supreme Court?s decision overturning death penalty sentences for Reginald and Jonathan Carr, who were convicted in the 2000 slayings of five people in Wichita.
22, Oct 2014 - Reckoning day for disgraced Cannon
The former mayor of North Carolina's largest city on Tuesday was sentenced to almost four years in prison for taking bribes from undercover federal agents he thought were developers seeking to fast-track projects.
22, Oct 2014 - Hearing Postponed for Man Suspected in 7 Killings
Man suspected of killing 7 women in Indiana refuses to respond to judge; hearing postponed
22, Oct 2014 - Former Laurelville police chief gets probation for system snooping
A former Laurelville police chief was sentenced yesterday in Hocking County Common Pleas Court to a year’s probation for unauthorized use of property. Judge John T. Wallace sentenced James E. Taylor, 45, of Circleville, to six months in prison, suspended for a year’s probation. Taylor also surrendered his Ohio peace-officer certificate, meaning he can never work as a sworn officer in the state ...
22, Oct 2014 - US man guilty of attempting to assist Canadian's suicide to be sentenced
FARIBAULT, Minn. -- A former Minnesota nurse who admitted going online and encouraging an English man and a Canadian woman to kill themselves is headed to jail. William Melchert-Dinkel was ordered Wednesday to serve 178 days in jail. He was sentenced to three years in prison, but he won't have to serve the prison term if he complies with conditions of probation that include the jail time. The 52 ...
22, Oct 2014 - BREAKING: Federal Judge Upholds Puerto Rico Marriage Ban
Going against the tide of decisions for marriage equality, the judge goes so far as to invoke incest and polygamy in his ruling. read more
22, Oct 2014 - UPDATE: Governor requests 9th Circuit of Appeals to review same-sex marriage ruling
Governor Otter has requested the 9th U.S. Circuit of Appeals for an 11- judge panel to review the three-judge ruling against the Idaho Constitution’s definition of marriage.
22, Oct 2014 - Detained American released from North Korea, State Department says - Pyongyang tries charm offensiv
WASHINGTON – American detainee Jeffrey Fowle has been released from North Korea, nearly six months after he was taken into custody, the State Department said Tuesday. Two other Americans who have been tried and convicted of crimes in North Korea are still being held.
22, Oct 2014 - Judicial Watch Files Taxpayer Lawsuit to Stop District of Columbia Illegal Obamacare Subsidies for
Judicial Watch today filed a taxpayer lawsuit against the Executive Board of the District of Columbia Health Benefit Exchange Authority for providing Obamacare small business coverage to 12,359 employees ...
22, Oct 2014 - Career criminal gets life for three killings in 1980s
As Audrey Nelson clawed for her life while being beaten and strangled 25 years ago, she grasped something that finally brought justice for her family and helped send a serial killer to prison.
22, Oct 2014 - Judge reviews mental state of 'Slender Man' stabbing suspect
A Wisconsin judge is deciding whether one of two 12-year-old girls accused of stabbing a classmate to please a fictional online horror character is mentally fit to stand trial.
22, Oct 2014 - Judge dismisses Massachusetts suit against Fannie, Freddie
A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit brought by Massachusetts Attorney General Martha Coakley that accused mortgage finance giants Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac of violating a state law meant to prevent financially troubled residents of the state from losing their homes. Filed in June, the lawsuit said Fannie and Freddie blocked a state program that let Massachusetts nonprofit groups buy ...
22, Oct 2014 - Onondaga County Bar Association to honor Emil Rossi
SYRACUSE, N.Y. — The Onondaga County Bar Association (OCBA) expects more than 250 members at the Association’s 139th annual dinner on Thursday to recognize noted attorney Emil Rossi as its 2014 Distinguished Lawyer.
22, Oct 2014 - Egypt court to hear Jazeera journalists' appeal Jan 1
Cairo (AFP) - An Egyptian court will hear on January 1 an appeal by three Al-Jazeera journalists and four co-defendants against their conviction of ties with Islamists, a judicial official said Tuesday.
22, Oct 2014 - Final Florida debate for gov. heated and personal
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) — Florida's leading candidates for governor clashed fiercely during their final debate on Tuesday night, sniping at each other over everything from the economy and the minimum wage to the death penalty.
22, Oct 2014 - Voters to decide on jail tax extension
A few weeks ago, when Larimer County Sheriff Justin Smith saw that approximately 500 people were housed at the jail, he knew that even though that may have been an abnormal spike, with a growing county population, it was a look into the future.
22, Oct 2014 - State agencies at odds over counting new crimes
California's attorney general and a corrections-related board overseen by Gov. Jerry Brown are in conflict over how to define recidivism, a term used for ex-cons who commit new offenses.
22, Oct 2014 - Florida A&M hazing history allowed in death trial; can't say drum major killed was gay
A history of hazing among Florida A&M band members will be allowed to be mentioned in the trial of four ex- members charged in a drum major's hazing death, but the judge says there should be no mention that the man killed was gay.
22, Oct 2014 - Court: Red-light camera operators can't give tickets
MIAMI — Big changes could be coming to cities with red-light cameras after a Florida District Court of Appeals judge said it’s illegal for camera operators to issue citations to drivers.
22, Oct 2014 - GOP leaders signal move to block same-sex marriages
As same-sex couples in North Carolina await federal court rulings they hope will allow them to get married, Republican legislative leaders appear to be making a last-minute move to block or delay the nuptials.
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