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18, Dec 2014 - Testimony: No warrant for FBI ruse in Vegas case
LAS VEGAS (AP) — A Nevada casino regulator told a federal judge Wednesday that he and FBI agents briefed an assistant U.S. attorney but not a judge before posing as Internet repairmen to enter high-roller suites at Caesars Palace and collect evidence for a warrant in what they believed was an illegal online sports gambling operation.
18, Dec 2014 - Judge recuses himself in NY chokehold panel case
A New York judge overseeing a request for grand jury records in the Eric Garner chokehold case has recused himself.
18, Dec 2014 - Murder trial delayed after defendant spoke with 4 jurors
A criminal court judge declared a mistrial in a second-degree murder case on Wednesday. The victim's mother is now looking for answers.
18, Dec 2014 - Van Buren man gets 25 years for killing father
VAN BUREN — An Arkansas man has been sentenced to 25 years in prison for killing his 75-year-old father with a shotgun.
18, Dec 2014 - High Court to Decide on Secrecy of Execution Team
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) – The Tennessee Supreme Court will hear arguments Thursday in a legal challenge from death row inmates that has already po...
18, Dec 2014 - Briggs Attorneys Request Separate Trials for Felony Charges
Attorneys for rape and escape suspect Kevin Briggs are asking a judge to sever two of his six felonies from his upcoming trial.
18, Dec 2014 - Federal judge rebuffs NCAA concussion settlement
(Reuters) - A federal judge on Wednesday rebuffed a $75-million NCAA settlement that aimed to end a massive class-action lawsuit over head injuries suffered by student athletes, court records show. U.S. District Judge John Lee wrote in a 21-page opinion that while the proposed agreement was a step in the right direction, the $70 million devoted to fund concussion testing and diagnosis for ...
18, Dec 2014 - Fisherman Get Year In Prison For Illegal Harvesting
A Tilghman Island fisherman has been sentenced to a year in prison for illegally harvesting and selling more than 185,000 pounds of striped bass.
18, Dec 2014 - Southern California Immigration Lawyers Welcome President's Action, Caution Community Against S
American Immigration Lawyers Association So Ca Chapter summarizes President Obama's Announcement of Program to Keep Families Together & Warns Public About Fraud & Notario Scams (PRWeb November 23, 2014) Read the full story at
18, Dec 2014 - Case dismissed against former Fort Campbell soldier after appeal
A former Fort Campbell soldier once convicted of taking part in killing four people has been freed from prison after prosecutors dropped the case against him 20 years after the crime.
18, Dec 2014 - The Best of 2014: Series Of The Year, NPR's 'Serial'
Did Adnan do it? When we look back on pop culture in 2014, that’s going to be the question that will resonate, even define the last part of the year for many of us. “Adnan” is Adnan Syed, an thirtysomething inmate in a Maryland Prison. “It” is the strangulation murder of Syed’s former girlfriend, Hae Min Lee, a senior at Woodlawn High School in Baltimore County, Maryland on or about January 13 ...
18, Dec 2014 - Triad attorney confirmed to central NC federal judgeship
The U.S. Senate has confirmed a Winston-Salem attorney to a federal judgeship in central North Carolina.
18, Dec 2014 - Federal Court Throws Out Pittsylvania County Appeal to Start Meetings with Prayer
Pittsylvania Co., VA - A federal court has tossed out an appeal from the Pittsylvania County Board of Supervisors over their ability to open meetings with a Christian prayer.
18, Dec 2014 - More Than 4,000 Mentally Ill People Are Inmates In North Carolina’s Prisons | WUNC
About 12 percent of the inmates in North Carolina's prisons are mentally, or about 4,600 of almost 37,000, state prisons administrators told lawmakers.
18, Dec 2014 - Cops: Pemberton Township man abused 10-month-old
A Pemberton Township man faces up to 10 years in prison for allegedly abusing a 10-month-old child.
18, Dec 2014 - Indictment: New Hampshire suspect destroyed evidence of kidnap, sex assault of teenager
Fearing arrest, the New Hampshire man charged with kidnapping, imprisoning and sexually assaulting a teenage girl over nine months ordered his captive to lie to police and help him destroy evidence by wiping off fingerprints and pouring cleaning fluid into drains, according to court documents.
18, Dec 2014 - Mother who gave son marijuana appears in court
Angela Brown, a mother from Minnesota, appeared in court again this weekafter being charged with medicating her sick child with marijuana, something that will soon be legal in less than a year.
18, Dec 2014 - Youngstown man jailed for exposing himself in Warren library
A Youngstown man has been sentenced for public indecency and told to stay away from the library in downtown Warren.
18, Dec 2014 - Package from Florida State shooter found in Texas
Las Cruces District Attorney Mark D’Antonio speaks during a news conference on Thursday, Nov, 20, 2014, about Florida State University shooter Myron May. May was hired by D’Antonio as an assistant trial attorney in January, coming up from the public defenders office.
18, Dec 2014 - Wrongful firing case heads back to judge in Ada County
Lawsuit raises questions of retaliation, political favors, following 2012 election for Ada County commissioner. Click to Continue »
18, Dec 2014 - Man gets 20 years in cousin's killing
YELLVILLE -- A Marion County man accused of fatally shooting his cousin in 2013 pleaded no contest to second-degree murder and was sentenced to 20 years in prison.
18, Dec 2014 - Ligonier man’s sentences for slayings upheld
A state appellate court panel has upheld the first-degree murder convictions and life sentences imposed on a Ligonier man a year ago for murdering a ...
18, Dec 2014 - Chemical Company Owners Could Get Prison Time For Poisoning Town's Water
The owners and operators of a chemical company that dumped 10,000 gallons of toxic chemicals into a West Virginia river last year are one step closer to facing a judge and jury of their very unhappy peers . Read more...
18, Dec 2014 - “Time for Republican leaders to act:” GOP hammers legal case against Obama on immigration
WASHINGTON (CNN) — Opponents of President Barack Obama’s plan, which makes sweeping changes to the nation’s immigration system by use of executive order, focused their criticism on the legal case, saying Obama has overstepped the boundaries of his authority and is ignoring the will of the people. Republicans started attacking the plan long before and […]
18, Dec 2014 - Apple trial may have new plaintiff - Quincy Herald-Whig | Illinois & Missouri News, Sports
OAKLAND, California (AP) - A Massachusetts ice skater emerged Tuesday as the potential new representative for plaintiffs in a billion-dollar class-action lawsuit over Apple's iTunes software and the price of its iPods.
18, Dec 2014 - Iowa and New Hampshire voters will listen before they judge Bush
By Mark Guarino DAVENPORT, Iowa (Reuters) - Bob Shelley neatly folds his newspaper and uses it as a coaster for his coffee mug. By no coincidence, it covers the face of former Florida Governor Jeb Bush, who just announced he will explore a bid for the White House in 2016. In a coffee shop in this riverfront city, Shelley, 63, and a life-long Republican, says he is not certain which Republican ...
18, Dec 2014 - Hawaii County Officials Will Appeal Monsanto Court Ruling
In a 5 to 4 decision, Hawaii County Council voted yesterday to appeal the decision of a U.S. Magistrate Judge who has ruled to protect Monsanto and GMOs testing and production on the Big Island, and will continue their battle in a higher court. Recently, an overwhelmingly popular vote of direct democracy in Hawaii County Hawaii County Officials Will Appeal Monsanto Court Ruling is an article ...
18, Dec 2014 - Video: Idaho Judge Faces Dismissal Petition for 'Insubordination'
A North-Central Idaho judge's days on the job may be numbered but he's fighting the result of a closed-door meeting that triggered his possible dismissal. KLEW-TV is reporting that Judge Bruce Plackowski represents the area in and around the community of Lapwai, which includes members of the Nez Perce Tribe. Plackowski wasn't elected to the post.… [ Read more ] [ Subscribe to the comments on ...
18, Dec 2014 - Attorney: Other women visited Google exec's yacht
SANTA CRUZ, Calif. (AP) — An attorney for a Northern California prostitute charged with killing a Google executive with an overdose of heroin aboard his yacht says other women visited the man and may have consumed drugs with him before he died.
18, Dec 2014 - Court rules in cases involving police disciplinary action
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) — The Kentucky Supreme Court says a state law setting out procedural rights for police officers accused of misconduct should apply whether the complaints are made by citizens or b
18, Dec 2014 - TN high court to decide on secrecy of execution team
The Tennessee Supreme Court will hear arguments in a legal challenge from death row inmates that has already postponed two scheduled executions.
18, Dec 2014 - Monroe to have its own municipal court
MONROE — Starting Jan. 1, Monroe will have its own municipal court to handle traffic citations, parking tickets and misdemeanor cases. Work has been under way for two years to create the one-stop shop for local court needs, said Monroe police spokeswoman Debbie Willis, who was on the planning team.
18, Dec 2014 - Wisconsin man pleads guilty to felony
PRINCETON — A Wisconsin man entered a plea of guilty in Bureau County Court to the Class 4 felony of unlawful possession of a controlled substance. Jon M. Legue, 43, of Racine, Wis., entered his plea of guilty Dec. 3 in front of Associate Circuit Judge Cornelius Hollerich.
18, Dec 2014 - Longtime Pitkin County jail deputy to retire next month
Longtime Pitkin County sheriff’s deputy Bev Campbell plans to retire in mid-January. Campbell, 70, has worked at the county jail since August 1990. After a few years on the job, she began supervising the jail’s useful public service program, which requires people convicted of a criminal offense but ordered to serve the community as part of their probation to work without pay or gratuity. She ...
18, Dec 2014 - Oklahoma Gov. Releases Statement Ahead Of Obama's Amnesty Speech
Meanwhile, attorneys and immigration groups in Texas are setting up telethons and hotlines to serve immigrants who will look to qualify under a White House plan to protect them from deportation.
18, Dec 2014 - Detroit’s Art Museum Shoulders $350 Million Burden
A mural by Diego Rivera entitled 'Detroit Industry.' Rivera’s towering fresco mural is the Detroit Institute of Arts’s signature masterpiece surrounding an indoor court.
18, Dec 2014 - Ohio Supreme Court upholds Toledo's use of traffic camera enforcement
A lower court agreed with a ticketed motorist's contention that Toledo overstepped its authority with a camera system, but the Supreme Court justices split 4-3 to reverse the lower court ruling.
18, Dec 2014 - AP NewsBreak: Minnesota man granted provisional discharge from sex offender program
MINNEAPOLIS — A southern Minnesota man who has spent more than two decades in the state's treatment program for sex offenders is expected to move into a group home in Le Center later this month, after a state Supreme Court appeal panel granted him a provisional discharge.
18, Dec 2014 - BG woman gets three years in man's heroin overdose death
A Bowling Green woman is going to prison for selling the heroin that killed a man. Tricia Miller, 30, is the first person sentenced to prison in Wood County for causing a drug death.
18, Dec 2014 - Seven new Wyoming State Troopers sworn in
Seven new Wyoming State Troopers were sworn in by Justice William Hill and commissioned on November 6th at the Wyoming Supreme Court in Cheyenne.
18, Dec 2014 - N.Y. attorney general seeks to probe killings by police
(c) 2014, Bloomberg News. NEW YORK — New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman said Monday he's seeking special authority to investigate killings by police of unarmed civilians, a move he said is needed to restore public confidence after the death of Staten Island man Eric Garner.
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