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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, Jul 2014 - NPR Interview, with US Hemp Oil, a Division of CannaVest, Discusses Recent DEA Seed Seizure; Delay
NPR Interview, with US Hemp Oil, a Division of CannaVest, Discusses Recent DEA Seed Seizure; Delay of US Into Global Industrial Hemp Market
22, Jul 2014 - Missouri man executed for 1995 killings
A former methamphetamine dealer has been executed for killing three people in rural northern Missouri.
22, Jul 2014 - Utah man who allegedly killed ex-wife's new husband appears in court
Provo : An attorney for a Lindon man accused of killing his ex-wife's new husband while seeking to kill his ex-wife asked for more time to look at evidence before deciding how to proceed with his criminal case. Fred Richard Lee, 59, is charged in 4th...
22, Jul 2014 - Terence Doddy set to appear in court for extradition hearing
Terence Doddy, the suspect in two recent area murders, heads to court Wednesday.
22, Jul 2014 - From using trials to watching salmon fishing downtown, Anchorage offers plenty of free events
ANCHORAGE, Alaska - Most tourists making a summer trip to Alaska will pass through Anchorage on their way to cruises, Denali National Park and other scenic adventures. While in Alaska's biggest city, also home to the state's largest airport, there are plenty of free things to do. Here are a ...
22, Jul 2014 - Lakeland Man Sentenced to 24 Years for Stabbing Death
A Lakeland man has been sentenced to 24 years in prison in a murder case involving the stabbing death of a man during an altercation alongside Interstate 75 last fall. Jesse M. Blair, 24, is one of two men who had been charged with first-degree murder.
22, Jul 2014 - Judge: Connecticut Medical Examiner Not Guilty
BROCKTON, Mass. — A Connecticut state medical examiner was found not guilty Monday of charges of perjury and intimidation of a witness.
22, Jul 2014 - Kentucky gay marriage ban is 'unenforceable,' US judge rules (+video)
Kentucky's gay marriage ban was struck down Tuesday by a US district judge, the 11th to reject a state law outlawing same-sex unions. His ruling, unlike some others, did not lay out a fundamental right for gay couples to marry.
22, Jul 2014 - Maryland State Police investigate graffiti
WESTMINSTER, Md. (AP) - The Maryland State Police are investigating as a hate crime graffiti on a former military building proposed as housing for immigrant children in Westminster. Saturday night or early Sunday, someone spray-painted the former Army Reserve Center with this message: "NO ILLEAGLES HERE NO UNDOCUMENTED ...
22, Jul 2014 - Allen Matkins Welcomes Labor and Employment Partner Benjamin J. Kim
Allen Matkins, a California-based full service real estate and business law firm, announced today the hiring of labor and employment attorney Benjamin J. Kim in its Los Angeles office.
22, Jul 2014 - Former Hampton mayor gets 5 years in prison for drug charges
The former mayor of a small north Florida town has been sentenced to five years in prison for drug possession and distribution. A Bradford County judge sentenced former Hampton Mayor Barry Layne Moore on Tuesday. He was convicted by a jury in April. The 52-year-old was arrested in November after serving as mayor for only two months. He officially resigned in March. Moore was arrested at a Polk ...
22, Jul 2014 - Texas woman found guilty of starving stepson to death
Elizabeth Ramsey, 33, faces up to 99 years in prison for her role in the 2011 death of Johnathan Ramsey. Her husband and the boy’s father, Aaron Ramsey, was sentenced to life in prison last year in the boy’s death. Ramsey's lawyers had asked jurors to find her guilty of a lesser charge, arguing that Aaron Ramsey was the instigator and she was forced to participate in the crime. "Aaron Ramsey is ...
22, Jul 2014 - Morrissey surrenders at Henrico jail
Next at 11, new details on Joe Morrissey's indictment. Kelly Avellino has a full report coming up.
22, Jul 2014 - Moody’s says Illinois Supreme Court ruling is credit negative’ for state
Last week's Illinois Supreme Court ruling on retiree health insurance is a credit negative for the state, Moody's Investors Service said Friday.The reason, Moody's said, is the decision could foreshadow how the court will rule on the broader pension reform law the state hopes will save billions of dollars in pension costs over the coming years."The majority of justices expressed views that run ...
22, Jul 2014 - Update: Jury finds Lance Greenawalt guilty in murder-for-hire case
Greenawalt was accused of trying to hire a cellmate to kill an Adams County judge.
22, Jul 2014 - Former Vandy football player appears in court for motions hearing
Judge Monte Watkins heard several motions by the Vandenburg's defense attorneys, John Herbison, Albert Perez and Fletcher Long, as well as prosecutors with the Nashville District Attorney's Office.
22, Jul 2014 - Springfield man, 63, files suit to get answer about his denial of FOID card
SPRINGFIELD — A Springfield man who was denied a Firearm Owner’s Identification card because of a felony conviction — even after he had received a gubernatorial pardon — has filed suit in Sangamon County Circuit Court because the Illinois State Police hasn’t answered his appeal.
22, Jul 2014 - International officers learn about American justice system
Two prosecutors whooped and clapped Thursday when court of appeals justices upheld the conviction of a burglar appealing his earlier conviction in district court.
22, Jul 2014 - University of Wash. student charged after pledging to kill women and praising California gunman
A University of Washington student charged in federal court with making threatening comments over the Internet, including pledging to kill women and praising a California rampage gunman, will be released on bond on Friday, a judge ruled on Thursday.
22, Jul 2014 - Judge says 38 Studios settlement is constitutional - News, Weather and Classifieds for Southern New
A Rhode Island Superior Court judge ruled Tuesday that legislation passed to encourage settlements with individual parties in the 38 Studios case is constitutional.
22, Jul 2014 - Sterling Clippers Ownership Trial Faces Delay
UPDATED: Attorneys for both Shelly and Donald Sterling must wait for a federal court to decide if it will hear the case to determine whether Shelly had the authority to sell the team to former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer. read more
22, Jul 2014 - Couples ask judge to strike Ark. gay marriage ban
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) - Attorneys for two same-sex couples in Arkansas are asking a federal judge to issue an order striking down the state's gay marriage ban.
22, Jul 2014 - Judge nixes lawsuit over Empire State Building IPO
NEW YORK (AP) — A judge says thousands of onetime investors in the Empire State Building can't sue over their claims they were shortchanged by the deal that turned the iconic skyscraper into a public stock.
22, Jul 2014 - Florida leads nation in inmates released without supervision, report says
More Florida inmates 'max out' — serving their whole sentence behind bars — than any other state, Pew says. Florida has a reputation for being tough on crime, experts say: Break the law and get convicted in this state, and you're more likely here than in most other states to do the time that comes with it.
22, Jul 2014 - Judge tosses senator's health care suit
A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit that Wisconsin Republican Sen. Ron Johnson filed to stop members of Congress and their employees from getting subsidized health insurance through small business exchanges. U.S. District Judge William Griesbach ruled Monday that Johnson and a staff member who filed the lawsuit with him don't have grounds to bring the suit. Griesbach says Johnson's belief ...
22, Jul 2014 - Attorney General's report lists errors revealed by Michael Elliot escape
A new report from the Michigan Attorney General lists a hosts of failures and errors that led to the escape of convict Michael Elliot.Elliot escaped from an Ionia County prison in February by reportedly slipping under prison gates and making holes in fences. After escaping, he allegedly carjacked a woman and made her travel with him until she escaped at a gas station in Middlebury. Elliot was ...
22, Jul 2014 - Nebraska officials begin prison overhaul effort
Top officials from all three branches of Nebraska government will look at ways to reduce prison crowding and costs, while maintaining public safety.
22, Jul 2014 - Brandon Bradley, 24, sentenced to death for killing Brevard deputy
A 24-year-old man who fatally shot a deputy investigating a motel robbery in 2012 was sentenced to death by a judge on Friday.
22, Jul 2014 - APNewsBreak: Manning to begin gender treatment - Quincy Herald-Whig | Illinois & Missouri News, Spo
WASHINGTON (AP) - The Bureau of Prisons has rejected the Army's request to accept the transfer of national security leaker Pvt. Chelsea Manning from a military prison. So the military will begin treatment for her gender-identity condition.
22, Jul 2014 - Judge allows testimony, evidence in murder trial
A Pulaski County jury will hear testimony about how a North Little Rock man volunteered to sit in a police officer's vehicle as the officer tended to the man's critically burned girlfriend in May 2013, a judge ruled Monday.
22, Jul 2014 - Mother pleads guilty to manslaughter in ‘Baby Angel’ case
NEW CITY, N.Y. (AP) — A suburban New York woman who admitted strangling her newborn has pleaded guilty to manslaughter. Rockland County District Attorney Thomas Zugibe announced the plea Monday by Maria Oliva Guaman-Guaman. After killing her baby, she tossed his body into a recycling container outside a convenience store in the Village of Spring […]
22, Jul 2014 - Jury finds Charles Black guilty of trying to kill wife on Camden’s Maiden Cliff
Charles Black, left, speaks with his attorney Walter McKee before closing arguments are made in Black's trial Monday in Knox County Superior Court. Buy Photo
22, Jul 2014 - Waynesboro chiropractor sent to prison for filing bogus personal injury claim
A Franklin County chiropractor is sentenced to 5 month in prison after pleading guilty to submitting a bogus personal injury claim. Lawrence Herman, 47, who actually lives in Frederick, Maryland, is the owner/operator of “Herman Chiropractic” in Waynesboro. Herman plead …
22, Jul 2014 - The Fastest Way to Lose an IRA
The Supreme Court unanimously upheld a decision that said inherited IRAs do not enjoy the protections of IRAs in bankruptcy proceedings. So what does this mean for people looking to leave their assets to spouses and non-spouses?
22, Jul 2014 - Grand jury indicts for Portsmouth heroin, guns and sex crimes
PORTSMOUTH — A Rockingham County grand jury, which convened earlier this month, returned indictments for multiple Portsmouth cases including six heroin-related arrests, sex offenses, gun threats and thefts.
22, Jul 2014 - In Hillsborough judge's race, legendary lawyer's son squares off against appointed incumben
Family influence and an incumbent make this a different race.
22, Jul 2014 - Convicted child molester sentenced to 55 years in prison
A judge sentenced a man convicted of child molest and human trafficking to 55 years in prison Tuesday. A Howard Superior Court 2 jury convicted Adam McNally, 37, last month of Class A felony child molest, B felony promoting human trafficking and D fe
22, Jul 2014 - Man Attempts to Abduct Infant at Gunpoint
A man accused of enslaving a mentally disabled woman in northeast Ohio is set to be sentenced in federal court in Youngstown.
22, Jul 2014 - Alaska Editorial: Supreme Court decision expands tribal jurisdiction
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22, Jul 2014 - Judge upholds $2.85 million verdict in Ohio drunk driving accident lawsuit
Woman who contends accident changed her life files lawsuit against dancer and strip club that allowed dancers to drink on the job.
22, Jul 2014 - Ex-Mingo prosecutor Michael Sparks asks for alternative sentence to avoid prison
By Kate White Former Mingo County prosecuting attorney Michael Sparks is asking a federal judge to, rather than send him to prison, give him an alternative sentence, like community service - in which his attorney says Sparks could teach others about the "perils of political corruption." Sparks, 44, pleaded guilty earlier this year to one count of deprivation of rights under the color of law, a ...
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