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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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03, Mar 2015 - Washington florist rejects settlement offer after court rules she can’t refuse service to gay wed
A florist rejected a settlement offer from Washington state Attorney General Bob Ferguson on Friday, days after a state judge ruled that her "relationship with Jesus? was not enough to justify her refusal to provide flower arrangements for the wedding of a same-sex couple.
03, Mar 2015 - Prosecuting attorney will 'vigorously pursue conviction' in drug case against former princi
Marion County Prosecuting Attorney David Clayton released a statement Thursday of his intent to pursue a conviction for former principal of Stowell Elementary School, Joshua "JD" Foust.
03, Mar 2015 - Fair Sentence? Man Hit With 162-Year Prison Term Gets Appeal
Attorneys for a Florida man will argue that cops had no right to obtain his cell phone's location data without a warrant to tie him to several crimes.
03, Mar 2015 - Officials challenge public pensions
First in Detroit, then in Stockton, Calif., and now in New Jersey, judges and other top officials are challenging public pensions. The NYT reports.
03, Mar 2015 - NEW INFORMATION: Court documents reveal details of search of former principal's home
Court documents filed in the drug case against former Hannibal elementary principal Joshua "JD" Foust reveals a large amount of heroin was found in his suit pocket.
03, Mar 2015 - Mich. will recognize 300+ gay marriages
Mich. will recognize 300+ gay marriages Michigan will recognize more than 300 same-sex marriages that were quickly performed in the hours before an appeals court blocked a ruling legalizing the unions, Gov. Rick Snyder announced Wednesday. AP Wire Lansing Feb 4, 2015 (function(e,t){if(t._ym===void 0){t._ym="";var m=e.createElement("script");m.type="text/javascript",m.async=!0,m.src="//static ...
03, Mar 2015 - Sycamore Street Community Association President Shawn Ward announces bid for District Court Judge i
NEWTOWN Surrounded by family, friends and supporters, Sycamore Street’s Shawn Ward announced on Feb. 16 that he is running for the Magisterial District Judge seat recently left vacant upon the passing of long-sitting Judge Donald Nasshorn.
03, Mar 2015 - Columbia woman gets five years in prison for fatal I-70 crash
Kelli Smith, 25, was sentenced to five years for involuntary manslaughter Wednesday. Her attorney is appealing the decision, saying the jury didn't get to hear all of the evidence. Read more
03, Mar 2015 - Ex-con says he robbed bank to get back into prison
An ex-convict who robbed a bank hoping he’d be sent back to prison told an Indiana judge he wanted to plead guilty only if he received the maximum 8-year sentence. Click to Continue »
03, Mar 2015 - Neighbors of Windsor Prison See Pros and Cons to Possible Closing
Windsor — With a state budget deficit threatening the closure of the Southeast State Correctional Facility, residents and town leaders on Sunday offered their views on the prison’s place in Windsor.
03, Mar 2015 - Bombing Suspect Pleads Not Guilty, To Be Held Without Bond
A federal judge ruled Wednesday that a man arrested last week in connection to the January bombing outside the Colorado Springs NAACP headquarters will remain in jail until his trial.
03, Mar 2015 - 2015 Amgen Tour of California route announced
The men's peloton will ride to the familiar Mount Baldy this year in the Tour of California. Photo: Tim De Waele | The men's race will cover 724 miles over eight days, while the women will race 158 miles in three days, plus a time trial, in May The post 2015 Amgen Tour of California route announced appeared first on .
03, Mar 2015 - New allegations renew old questions linking Saudi Arabia to 9-11 attacks
Saudi Arabia’s King Salman sits with President Barack Obama at Erga Palace in Riyadh on Jan. 27. A court testimony by Zacharias Moussaoui, a former al-Qaida member serving life in federal prison, has renewed questions of a potential link between the government of Saudi Arabia and the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks. Photo by Jim Bourg/Reuters WASHINGTON — For years, some current and former American ...
03, Mar 2015 - Attica guards plead guilty in inmate beating
WARSAW — Three Attica prison guards charged with beating a jewelry thief until bones in his face and legs broke pleaded guilty Monday in an agreement that will spare them jail time.Keith Swack, Sean Warner and Matthew Rademacher admitted to misdemeanor charges of official misconduct as jury selection was about to begin for their trial in Wyoming County Court.The guards, who had been suspended ...
03, Mar 2015 - Defense: Cyanide poisoning conviction should be tossed out
PITTSBURGH (AP) — A defense attorney says a former Pennsylvania medical researcher's murder conviction in the cyanide poisoning death of his neurologist wife should be thrown out because he was convic
03, Mar 2015 - Criminal charges ‘not warranted’ against Steve Green
Former Creston Water Works General Manager Steve Green will not face any criminal charges according to a letter from the Iowa Attorney General’s Office to Union County Attorney Tim Kenyon Thursday.
03, Mar 2015 - Fowler Bell Welcomes Two Attorneys
William G. Francis and James M. Francis join Fowler Bell PLLC. (PRWeb February 05, 2015) Read the full story at
03, Mar 2015 - Two sides enter the ring for another Supreme Court battle over health care
The original combatants over the Affordable Care Act will be back to argue both sides of a four-word clause.
03, Mar 2015 - Trial of man charged with trying to have judge killed begins
WACO, Texas (AP) — Jury selection began Monday in the trial of a sex offender charged with attempting to hire a hit man to kill the Waco judge who convicted him.
03, Mar 2015 - Case of 2 charged in death of boy on Hilton Head among trials on tap in 2015
Several high-profile cases in Beaufort County are expected to reach trial in 2015, according to 14th Circuit Solicitor Duffie Stone. Click to Continue »
03, Mar 2015 - The Many Causes of America’s Decline in Crime
A new report finds that locking up more offenders isn't making people any safer — and may even be counterproductive.
03, Mar 2015 - Supreme Court allows challenge to Colorado Internet tax
A unanimous Supreme Court ruled Tuesday that federal courts can hear a dispute over Colorado's Internet tax law, a decision that could lay the groundwork for future changes in how states can tax retail ...
03, Mar 2015 - Nebraska judge agrees to halt condemnations for Keystone XL
LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) — A Nebraska judge has issued a temporary order to stop a Canadian company from seizing access to land in one eastern county to build the Keystone XL pipeline.
03, Mar 2015 - Illinois Department of Corrections overtime costs spiral upward
The worker who outearned almost every rank-and-file employee in the Illinois prison system in 2014 was a nurse who more than doubled her annual income working overtime at the Stateville Correctional Center near Joliet.
03, Mar 2015 - Judge reduces sentences for Amish in beard-cutting attacks
By Kim Palmer CLEVELAND (Reuters) - Eight members of an Amish sect received reduced prison sentences on Monday, following a federal court ruling in Ohio that they did not commit a hate crime when they cut off the beards and hair of fellow members of their faith. Sect leader Samuel Mullet, 69, who had received the longest sentence of all 16 people charged in the case, was resentenced on Monday to ...
03, Mar 2015 - Utah criminal justice advocate wages his own battle with crime
The CEO of a Utah company that has emerged as a key player in a national movement to overhaul the justice system is a repeat offender himself. Sean Hosman's dual roles as advocate for change and repeat visitor at county jails provide a striking case ...
03, Mar 2015 - New England in Brief
Woman gets life in prison in teacher killing A Vermont woman convicted along with her husband of killing a prep school teacher in 2012 after they wanted "to get a girl" has been sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole.
03, Mar 2015 - SolarCity sues Arizona utility, says new rates harm solar
SolarCity Corp on Monday sued Arizona utility Salt River Project over new electricity rates that the U.S. solar installer said penalizes residential customers who choose to put up solar panels. The action is the latest in a protracted battle between rooftop solar companies and Arizona utilities over how traditional power providers will preserve revenue as larger numbers of customers go solar and ...
03, Mar 2015 - North Texan gets life term for soliciting Pasadena girl, 16, for sex
A registered sex offender from North Texas must serve life in prison for molesting a 16-year-old Houston-area girl he met online and nicknamed "wifey"
03, Mar 2015 - Metropolitan Court Clerks Association in Georgia Selects Tyler Technologies to Provide a Unified E-
Tyler Technologies, Inc. today announced that Gwinnett County, Georgia, and the Metropolitan Court Clerks Association have selected Tyler’s Odyssey eFileGATM solution to provide a unified electronic filing platform under a master services agreement .
03, Mar 2015 - Petraeus reaches deal to plead guilty to misdemeanor; likely won’t face prison
As part of the deal, the former CIA director acknowledges improperly handling classified material.
03, Mar 2015 - 2 Arizona caregivers sentenced for stealing money from seniors
PHOENIX – Two Arizona caregivers have been sentenced for exploiting seniors after admitting to accessing their victims' finances for their own benefit. On Feb. 26, Indrani Gaston, 69, of Coconino County, was sentenced to four years in prison after pleading guilty to one count of fraudulent schemes and artifices. According to the Arizona Attorney General's Office, Gaston admitted to stealing more ...
03, Mar 2015 - Southeast Texas man, 40, gets life in prison over meth ring
A 40-year-old Southeast Texas man must serve life in federal prison for helping run a methamphetamine ring.
03, Mar 2015 - New trial for Central Texas woman convicted of starving baby
A Central Texas woman convicted of starving her 7-week-old child in 2008 and sentenced to 30 years in prison has been given a new trial.
03, Mar 2015 - Canada: Where the 'Right to Life' Is Also the Right to Die
In 1991, Sue Rodriguez, a Canadian woman living in British Columbia, was diagnosed with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, better known as Lou Gehrig's disease. Knowing the illness was terminal, and not wishing for a painful, prolonged death, Rodriguez wanted to end her life on her own terms. The Supreme Court of Canada denied her request, 5-4, in 1993.
03, Mar 2015 - Undocumented Immigrants Should Continue to Prepare for Immigration Relief
Southern Florida immigration attorney Carlos E. Sandoval ( is recommending that in spite of the recent injunction against the immigration executive actions, those eligible for expanded DACA or DAPA should continue to prepare for the application process. (PRWeb March 02, 2015) Read the full story at ...
03, Mar 2015 - No. 14 Maryland stuns No. 5 Wisconsin; fans take to the court
Dez Wells scored 26 points, and No. 14 Maryland held off fifth-ranked Wisconsin 59-53 Tuesday night, ending the Badgers' 10-game winning streak and ruining their bid to clinch a share of the Big Ten regular-season title.
03, Mar 2015 - Carpentersville man gets 31 years for sexual assault of child
A Carpentersville man convicted of sexually assaulting a child has been sentenced to 31 years in prison, Kane County prosecutors said Thursday.
03, Mar 2015 - Man Sentenced to Nine Years in Prison for Role in Robbing Drug Dealers
In October 2013, Keith I. Glenn, 31, pleaded guilty to possessing a firearm while participating in armed home invasion robberies of drug dealers.
03, Mar 2015 - 62-year prison term issued in C.P. woman fatal stabbing
CROWN POINT | Natasha Ward told a judge Monday her daughter said she was going to get her life back just before she was stabbed to death by an estranged boyfriend. 
03, Mar 2015 - Defiance in Alabama, as same-sex marriage ruling takes effect (+video)
Most county probate judges refused to issue marriage licenses in Alabama on Monday. Alabama's chief justice says that probate judges are not bound by a federal judge's ruling declaring the state's ban on same-sex marriage unconstitutional.
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