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01, Nov 2014 - Ex-Pennsylvania county inmate gets state prison sentence for using name confusion to escape
A western Pennsylvania woman has been sentenced to 9 to 24 months in state prison for taking advantage of county jail guards who were confused by her similar-sounding name and released her to a bail bondsman looking for another inmate.
01, Nov 2014 - Big wedding plans for longtime couple
No offense to those couples who rushed to city hall in late June, eager to take advantage of an unexpected federal court ruling that struck down Indiana's same-sex marriage ban.
01, Nov 2014 - Ex-policeman gets prison for fatal hit-run crash
MINEOLA, N.Y. (AP) - A retired New York City police officer has been sentenced to up to four years in prison after admitting he fled the scene of a fatal accident. A 13-year-old girl with Down syndrome was killed.
01, Nov 2014 - Suge Knight due in Vegas court on driving warrant
Rap music mogul Marion "Suge" Knight is due to face a Las Vegas judge on a traffic warrant following his arrest as a fugitive in a California robbery case.
01, Nov 2014 - Candidate profiles: Judge of the Stark County Court of Common Pleas, General Division, term beginni
No one is trying to unseat incumbent Democrat Taryn L. Heath, a judge in the Stark County Court of Common Pleas, General Division, for the new term beginning Feb. 9, 2015.
01, Nov 2014 - Virginia judge: Police can demand a suspect unlock a phone with a fingerprint
But passcodes need not be divulged as per the Fifth Amendment, court says.
01, Nov 2014 - Judge Rules Suspect Can Be Required To Unlock Phone With Fingerprint
A Virginia Circuit Court judge ruled that police officers cannot force criminal suspects to divulge cellphone passwords, but they can force them to unlock the phone with a fingerprint scanner.
01, Nov 2014 - 3 ads that turned up heat in attorney general's race
This is a sampling of advertisements that have turned the attorney general's race between Republican Adam Laxalt and Democrat Ross Miller into the most hotly contested general election battle in Nevada.
01, Nov 2014 - Alleged Cop-Killer Arraigned After Arrest Ends Extensive Manhunt
Updated at 10:05 a.m. ET Eric Frein, the man who allegedly shot and killed a police officer and wounded another before leading authorities on a massive 48-day manhunt through rural Pennsylvania, appeared in court today appearing thin and bruised from his weeks on the run. Frein, 31, has been described as a hardcore survivalist.
01, Nov 2014 - Court blocks New Mexico food stamp changes
A state court has temporarily stopped Gov. Susana Martinez's administration from imposing work-related requirements on about 80,000 low-income New Mexicans to qualify for food stamps.
01, Nov 2014 - Grimes County woman gets 3 years in prison after putting gun into boy's backpack
CONROE (AP) — A Grimes County woman must serve three years in prison for putting her boyfriend's gun in his son's backpack to get the child in trouble at school.
01, Nov 2014 - Georgia Tech frat sued over 'rapebait' attraction techniques
Two lawsuits say the national chapter of the Phi Kappa Tau fraternity allowed a culture of "violent misogyny" after an internal email from the Georgia Tech chapter leaked last year instructing fraternity members on how to lure "rapebait."
01, Nov 2014 - Wisconsin: Woman who kidnapped newborn nephew sentenced to 25 years
MADISON, Wis. -- A federal judge sentenced a Colorado woman Monday to 25 years in prison for kidnapping her newborn nephew from a Wisconsin home and leaving him for dead behind an Iowa gas station as police closed in, calling her a chronic liar who would have let the child die.
01, Nov 2014 - Salisbury Fire Department Inc. Treasurer Enters Alford Plea
WICOMICO CO., Md. - The former Salisbury Fire Department Inc. treasurer entered an Alford Plea in court yesterday.
01, Nov 2014 - Poinsett County man sentenced to prison for rape
A 73-year-old man will spend the next 12 years of his life behind bars for the sexual assault of a woman in Poinsett County.
01, Nov 2014 - Chief details Sunday rescue at Raven Cliff Falls
Authorities from White Co. and Georgia DNR law enforcement rescued a man who fell more than 80 feet from Raven Cliff Falls. (Photo courtesy of GA DNR)
01, Nov 2014 - It’s Not Just the Senate: What’s Really at Stake in the 2014 Elections
A handful of important states, including Illinois, Florida, Michigan, Georgia, and Wisconsin, have closely contested races for governor, and partisan control may shift in Maine, Pennsylvania, Massachusetts, and Kansas.  As Matthew Yglesias points out, state governments play the main role in funding public education at the K-12 and public college and university levels. Who runs the executive ...
01, Nov 2014 - Ex-lawyer who robbed banks gets 45-year sentence
WARRENTON, MO (AP) – A former lawyer who robbed three banks and shot at a Missouri trooper has been sentenced to 45 years in prison on state charges. The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports that the sentence handed down Thursday for 65-year-old Warren Gladders will run consecutively to the sentence of more than 24 years for […]
01, Nov 2014 - Wisconsin man pleads guilty in sexual assault charges involving 12-year-old girl
A Bangor man is facing at least six years in prison following his conviction for sexually assaulting a 12-year-old girl and videotaping the attack.
01, Nov 2014 - Attorney: NFL, Ravens not helping union Rice probe
By ROB MAADDI AP Pro Football Writer The attorney leading the NFL players' union investigation into the Ray Rice domestic violence case tells The Associated Press the league and the Baltimore Ravens...
01, Nov 2014 - Waiting for justice: Jacksonville children are in detention longer than Florida law intends
H undreds of juveniles accused of crimes in the Jacksonville area in recent years have been locked up in detention for longer than Florida law intends and longer than children in any other part of the state, a Times-Union investigation has found. And some of the children are serving these unofficial jail sentences — in a facility filled over capacity more often and with more reported fights than ...
01, Nov 2014 - Court in Va. examines death row isolation policy
RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — Virginia's practice of automatically holding death row inmates in solitary confinement will be reviewed by a federal appeals court in a case that experts say could have repercussions beyond the state's borders.
01, Nov 2014 - California college approves agreement with prison
Faculty from Northern California's Solano Community College will begin teaching inmates at a nearby prison under a deal unanimously approved by the school's governing board.
01, Nov 2014 - Californians Vote on Lighter Penalties to Relieve Prison Crowding
California voters are being asked to lighten criminal penalties for low-level drug possession and nonviolent thefts such as shoplifting, to help ease crowding in the state's prisons. Support for the ballot initiative is uniting billionaires on opposite ends of the political spectrum, from financier George Soros and Netflix Inc. (NFLX) Chief Executive Officer Reed Hastings to Republican donor B ...
01, Nov 2014 - Fort Walton Beach Man Sentenced to Prison and Ordered $1.2 Million in Tax Crimes, Mail Fraud, and C
PENSACOLA, FLORIDA – Douglas Edward Henderson, 52, of Fort Walton Beach, Florida, was sentenced Wednesday, October 15th to prison and ordered to pay over $1.2 million in restitution following his guilty plea.
01, Nov 2014 - Vernon still hopes for hydro dam settlement
VERNON -- The town's long-running tax dispute with energy giant TransCanada has been scheduled for a trial early next year.
01, Nov 2014 - NY Workplace Accident Lawyer Victor Pasternack Comments on Report about Potentially Hazardous Worki
New York attorney Victor Pasternack of Pasternack Tilker Ziegler Walsh Stanton & Romano L.L.P. echoes concerns raised by union officials about New York City airport workers possibly being exposed to hazardous chemicals and infectious diseases, including the deadly Ebola virus. (PRWeb October 17, 2014) Read the full story at ...
01, Nov 2014 - Canton residents charged with hiding man wanted on federal drug charges
Two Canton residents are in jail Wednesday, accused of hiding one of 23 men sought by local, state and federal agents investigating an illegal drug conspiracy involving four local street gangs.
01, Nov 2014 - Michael Dunn gets life in prison for killing teenager over loud music
Michael Dunn, who was convicted of first-degree murder for fatally shooting a teenager in an argument over loud music outside a Florida convenience store, was sentenced Friday to life in prison without parole.
01, Nov 2014 - Ex-NFL star turns down plea bargain in fraud case
MOUNT HOLLY, N.J. (AP) - A former NFL star and his mother will go to trial next year in a mortgage fraud case after they turned down plea deals that called for state prison terms. Irving Fryar and Allene McGhee rejected the deals Tuesday during a state Superior ...
01, Nov 2014 - Federal courthouse gets new name
The legal community in North Texas turned out in force Wednesday to witness the renaming of the federal courthouse after Judge Paul Brown.
01, Nov 2014 - Man in Wellston, Ohio sentenced to one year in prison on assault charges
Mark Caldwell Jr. of East 11th Street in Wellston, Ohio will spend one year behind bars on assault charges. 
01, Nov 2014 - Forest Place arsonist gets 16-year federal sentence
Federal Judge Billy Roy Wilson today sentenced Lacey Rae Moore to 16 years in federal prison for setting fires at the Forest Place Apartments , one of which destroyed a building. She also was ordered to make $12.5 million in restitution, likely a symbolic judgment. Wilson sentenced Moore, 44, who had pleaded guilty, to nine years on one count and seven on another, to be served consecutively ...
01, Nov 2014 - Arizona, Alaska join 29 other states recognizing gay marriage
A federal judge in Arizona has struck down that state’s gay marriage ban, and the US Supreme Court has turned away a request by Alaska officials seeking a stay of a federal court ruling striking down that state’s ban.
01, Nov 2014 - Police, emergency news: Hershey man charged in child-porn case
A Hershey man was among eight suspected child predators around the state arrested in the latest sweep by agents from the Child Predator Section of the Pennsylvania Attorney General's office Monday.
01, Nov 2014 - Judge Sentences Aurora Woman To 25 Years In Kidnapping
A federal judge sentenced a Colorado woman Monday to 25 years in prison for kidnapping her newborn nephew from a Wisconsin home.
01, Nov 2014 - Davenport Sentenced for Manslaughter in Rodney "Bo" Hale Murder Case
Craig Davenport is sentenced to 7 years in prison for 2nd degree manslaughter and tampering w/ evidence.
01, Nov 2014 - Teen gets 13-years in prison for sexual assault
MATTOON – Some people sure can ruin a good weekend. EFFINGHAM -- A total of 36 contestants from throughout the state took part in the 50th Illinois State Old Time Fiddle Contest on Sunday in Effingham.
01, Nov 2014 - Judge in Stockton, Calif., bankruptcy says Franklin should only get $4 million
(Reuters) - The judge in the Stockton, California, bankruptcy ruled on Thursday that creditor Franklin Templeton will get just over $4 million from an original debt of $36 million. U.S. Federal Bankruptcy Judge Christopher Klein ruled on Franklin as he gave Stockton the green light to exit bankruptcy after more than two years in bankruptcy protection. Klein said he was not persuaded by Franklin ...
01, Nov 2014 - Franklin Park child abuse case draws protest, counter-protest
About two dozen people gathered Friday afternoon in the courtyard of the Allegheny County Courthouse to rally support for tougher criminal penalties in child abuse cases in the wake of the sentencing in the local case of a couple accused of abusing their two adopted Ethiopian children. 
01, Nov 2014 - 1,500+ years for couple who produced child pornography
A federal judge levied the maximum penalties possible against a couple who pleaded guilty to charges of producing child pornography.
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