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Spelling bee kids battle into the night
when they go to the dictionary there was one copy only for the pronouncer who already mentioned that the words are small and she can't see very well. I wan(...)
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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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22, Oct 2014 - NFL owners approve sale of Bills to Pegulas
(AP Photo/Seth Wenig). Terry and Kim Pegula arrive for a meeting of NFL owners and executives in New York, Wednesday, Oct. 8, 2014.
22, Oct 2014 - Handyman murder case set for trial
Bart Spencer, 45, is headed to trial on several charges, including open murder.
22, Oct 2014 - Con artist pleads guilty in Miami Heat fraud case
By Zachary Fagenson MIAMI Fla. (Reuters) - A Miami man accused of bilking $7.5 million from investors and scamming a million-dollar package of tickets from the Miami Heat basketball franchise pleaded guilty to wire fraud on Thursday in federal court in Ohio, according to a judicial official. Haider Zafar, 36, faces up to 20 years in prison for each of the five counts of wire fraud to which he ...
22, Oct 2014 - Court-appointed expert says Detroit bankruptcy exit plan feasible; ruling expected next month
DETROIT - Detroit's plan to get out of bankruptcy is feasible, a court-appointed expert testified Wednesday as the last witness in a historic trial to determine whether the largest city in U.S. history ...
22, Oct 2014 - Daughter gets life in foster mom’s stabbing death
PAINESVILLE, Ohio (AP) — A northeast Ohio teenager who killed her foster mother in 2012 at her foster father’s urging has been sentenced to life in prison with a chance for parole in 30 years. Nineteen-year-old Sabrina Zunich pleaded guilty last month to aggravated murder in the stabbing death of 41-year-old Lisa Knoefel in their […]
22, Oct 2014 - Judge in gay marriage case known for calm professionalism
Gay marriage supporters gathered in downtown Casper on Wednesday, hoisting signs with slogans such as “Marriage is a civil right.”
22, Oct 2014 - Wrongful imprisonment case ends in guilty plea
DALLAS — A Texas man admitted Tuesday to setting a backyard fire that killed his two young stepsons a quarter-century ago, bringing a surprising end ...
22, Oct 2014 - Howard, Stephanson Leonard vie for seat on Everett court
EVERETT — A former public defender says his experience as the county’s district court commissioner gives him the edge in the race for the open seat on the Everett District Court bench.
22, Oct 2014 - Madigan urges stronger oversight of for-profit college industry
Attorney General Lisa Madigan sent a letter to U.S. Sens. Dick Durbin, D-Ill., and Tom Harkin, D-Iowa, and U.S. Rep. Elijah Cummings, D-Md., expressing support for their legislation that would improve
22, Oct 2014 - Maryland's Perez draws attention to replace Holder
Labor Secretary recently cleared contentious Senate confirmation — Marylander Thomas E. Perez, who has served as secretary of the U.S. Department of Labor for a little more than a year, is now being eyed for an even more prominent position in President Barack Obama's second-term Cabinet: successor to Attorney General Eric H. Holder Jr.
22, Oct 2014 - Ga. hospital to pay $8.4 million in settlement
GAINESVILLE, Ga. (AP) - A northeast Georgia hospital has been ordered to pay more than $8.4 million to settle claims of improper care to newborn boy. The Times of Gainesville reports ( ) a Hall County State Court jury found the Northeast Georgia Medical Center at fault Tuesday ...
22, Oct 2014 - A Convicted Killer Is Suing Connecticut for Access to Porn
Dwight Pink, Jr. is suing the state of Connecticut after prison guards denied him access to an art book depicting nude models.
22, Oct 2014 - WWC conducts facility-wide evacuation drill
Typically, those who work in the field of corrections are concerned with keeping offenders secure behind the prison walls. However, there are occasions when inmates must be moved beyond those confines.
22, Oct 2014 - Attorney Greg Mullanax Receives Huge Victory In Wrongful Termination Court Case
FRESNO, Calif., Oct. 22, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- The Law Office of M. Greg Mullanax has announced a sweeping victory for their client in a recent jury trial regarding a private citizen's right to privacy in a case filed against the Children's Hospital Central California. The case has...
22, Oct 2014 - Local Estate Planners to Discuss How to Combat Money Laundering and Terrorism Financing at 2014 Est
SEATTLE, Oct. 22, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Some 900 estate planners will converge on Seattle Oct. 30-31, 2014, to discuss hot topics from social media to terrorism financing at the 59th annual Estate Planning Seminar, hosted by the Estate Planning Council of Seattle and the Washington State Bar Association, and presented in cooperation with the Alaska Bar Association. These lawyers, accountants ...
22, Oct 2014 - CDC issues Ebola guidelines for U.S. funeral homes
CBS46 News has confirmed the Centers for Disease Control has issued guidelines to U.S. funeral homes on how to handle the remains of Ebola patients.
22, Oct 2014 - 5 years, $475000 for former NOAH director Stacey Jackson
A federal judge has sentenced a nonprofit agency's former director to five years in prison and nearly $475,000 in restitution and fines for a kickback scheme with house-gutting contractors after Hurricane Katrina.
22, Oct 2014 - Criminal Dispositions: Oct. 17, 2014
Editor’s note: Following are recent dispositions of Muscatine County criminal court cases other than simple misdemeanors (also includes operating while intoxicated, OWI).
22, Oct 2014 - Michael Dunn gets life without parole for murder of teen who played loud music
(CNN) — A Florida judge Friday sentenced Michael Dunn to life in prison without parole for the 2012 shooting death of 17-year-old Jordan Davis. Before sentencing Dunn, Duval County Judge Russell Healey said, “This case demonstrates that our justice system does work.” Dunn, 47, was convicted of first-degree murder this month for shooting into an […]
22, Oct 2014 - Alan Cumming’s Youth Was More Prison Camp Than Cabaret
“Cumming once wound up with a vicious haircut administered with sheep shears that left the 12-year-old bleeding and half bald.
22, Oct 2014 - Court roundup
ALBANY — A state appellate court upheld the conviction and sentence of Michael Mosley for a 2002 Brunswick Road double murder but ruled that he deserves a hearing on the effectiveness of his defense counsel. "The People presented ample evidence to establish that defendant committed the crimes and, significantly, the jury did not credit the explanation given by defendant for the presence of his ...
22, Oct 2014 - Editorial: Justices, Bernco opened this ballot box of Pandoras
As things stand now, it would appear a majority of the Bernalillo County Commission and the New Mexico Supreme Court have transformed elections in the Land of Enchantment from a Decision Day into a game of 20 Questions that don't matter.
22, Oct 2014 - 'Praying for justice': Detroit residents speak up in historic bankruptcy
By Peter Suciu DETROIT (Reuters) - Ordinary Detroit residents sounded off with passion and anger on Wednesday as they gave a federal judge their views on the city's plan to exit its historic municipal bankruptcy. U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Steven Rhodes began a hearing on Sept. 2 to determine if Detroit's plan to restructure $18 billion in debt is fair and feasible. On Wednesday, he heard from ...
22, Oct 2014 - Judge reviews mental state of 'Slender Man' stabbing suspect, 12
Prosecutors say the two girls plotted for months to kill their classmate before luring the child to a wooded park after a sleepover in Waukesha.
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 - Judge race features 2 candidates with ample resumes
In judicial races, many topics cannot be discussed, with candidates barred from talking about how they might rule on specific issues. Often these races come down to a comparison of biographies.
22, Oct 2014 - DUI charge amended through plea deal
A 33-year-old Columbia Falls man was sentenced to criminal endangerment and given a six-year suspended prison sentence after being charged with DUI No. 4 last year.
22, Oct 2014 - Preliminary hearing set for mom accused of killing 6 babies
A Utah judge will get his first chance in December to hear the evidence against a woman accused of killing six of her seven newborns and storing all of their bodies in her garage.
22, Oct 2014 - Judge orders monitor in IDOT political hiring lawsuit
A judge has ordered a hiring monitor at the Illinois Department of Transportation (IDOT) in a lawsuit alleging the agency has violated rules banning political hiring.
22, Oct 2014 - Two charged with distributing synthetic marijuana
An Albany mother and son were charged Tuesday with illegally selling synthetic marijuana in January out of a local head shop, High Tide Pipe & Tobacco, 1958 Pacific Blvd. S.E., according to court and police records.
22, Oct 2014 - Spell agrees to plead guilty to killing Sidney teacher Sherry Arnold
BILLINGS -- Michael Spell, one of two men charged with the kidnapping and murder of Sidney teacher Sherry Arnold, will plead guilty, according to court records filed Tuesday afternoon.
22, Oct 2014 - Judge imposes gag order in Indiana slayings case
CROWN POINT, Ind. (AP) — Authorities say investigators can no longer interview a man suspected of killing seven women in Indiana unless they first get his permission through his attorney.
22, Oct 2014 - Nowhere Fast
By: Andrew Thompson An ambitious plan to streamline state driving records took a wrong turn and stalled out'in court Earlier this fall, the US Department of Transportation released a report that indicates New Mexico, in figure after figure, is a dangerous place to drive. The state has a crash rate that is 63 percent higher than the national average, more traffic fatalities per 100,000 people ...
22, Oct 2014 - Pasternack Tilker Ziegler Walsh Stanton & Romano L.L.P. Comments on Article about Workplace Death R
Edgar Romano, a New York workplace accident lawyer at Pasternack Tilker Ziegler Walsh Stanton & Romano L.L.P., weighs in on what changes to federal workplace accident reporting rules mean for employers and employees injured on-the-job. (PRWeb October 06, 2014) Read the full story at
22, Oct 2014 - Judge says decision in Monroe County sheriff case to come in 2 weeks to 30 days
The question of who should be Monroe County sheriff will remain unanswered for at least another two weeks. The heart of the issue is a lawsuit claiming the newly elected sheriff did not meet requirements to run for office.
22, Oct 2014 - Roundup: Oscar Pistorius Gets 5 Years in Prison, Woman Runs Over Boyfriend Twice in One Day & the W
There are only two links and a video to the Notre Dame/Florida State finish, relax.
22, Oct 2014 - Mayor and police chief of Springfield appear in court for hearing
The mayor and police chief of Springfield, along with their attorneys, arrived at court Thursday morning for a motions hearing related to their future trial.
22, Oct 2014 - Federal judges rule in favor of gay marriage in Arizona, Alaska and Wyoming
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22, Oct 2014 - Prior crimes could be used as evidence under proposed Missouri amendment
Should a jury hearing a child sexual assault case be allowed to learn about allegations of the defendant’s past deviant behavior, even if the details were never proven and don’t involve the current charges?
22, Oct 2014 - Ropes & Gray Litigation Team Files Federal Lawsuit Against's Online Child Sex Trad
BOSTON, Oct. 16, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Ropes & Gray today announced the filing of a lawsuit in the U.S. District Court for the District of Massachusetts against, a website that transmits the vast majority of Internet advertisements for illegal commercial sex in the United States, including online child sex advertising. The first plaintiff, referred to in the court papers as Jane Doe ...
22, Oct 2014 - Former Berks County employees' trial ends in split verdict
A federal trial of claims by two former Berks County employees that retaliation caused them to be fired from their jobs has ended in a two-pronged jury decision.
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