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02, Apr 2015 - Prison Boasts Trigger Arrest in '67 Cold Case: Cops
A Delaware man has been arrested in connection with a murder committed nearly 50 years ago in rural Arkansas, police say.
02, Apr 2015 - Judge Hands Down Jail Sentence for Chubb Bond Fraud
The judge also ordered payment of $1.9 million in restitution to contractors.
02, Apr 2015 - Canadian court OKs doctor-assisted suicide, but who’s eligible?
Watch Video | Listen to the Audio RELATED LINKS The right to die in Belgium: An inside look at the world’s most liberal euthanasia law Belgium’s euthanasia law gives terminally ill children the right to die After Brittany Maynard, right-to-die movement finds new life beyond Oregon GWEN IFILL: Four U.S. states, Oregon, Washington, Montana, and Vermont, now have laws allowing doctors to help ...
02, Apr 2015 - Lawyer: Meriden Health Director charged last week suffers from mental illness
MERIDEN — Health and Human Services Director Lisa Pippa’s mental illness, combined with medication she received after recent neck surgery, contributed to the events at the city health department that led to her suspension and arrest, according to her lawyer.
02, Apr 2015 - Sallisaw Man Accused Of Killing Mother To Undergo Mental Evaluation
SALLISAW (KFSM) – A court order has been issued for a Sallisaw man accused of killing his mother to undergo a mental evaluation, according to Oklahoma court records. Jessie Mosby, 35, faces a first-degree murder charge in the investigation involving the killing of his mother Karen Gregg, according to Sallisaw Police Chief Terri Franklin. On Monday (March […]
02, Apr 2015 - Long Time Durant Judge Passes Away
DURANT, OK -- Tuesday night people in Durant lost a long time judge to his battle with a lengthy illness. 
02, Apr 2015 - Move ex-Illinois legislator's sentencing? Judge to decide
A U.S. judge will decide if the sentencing hearing of a former Illinois lawmaker for child pornography can be moved from Chicago's federal courthouse to a venue closer to his suburban home.
02, Apr 2015 - Drug courts clash over treatments
In Allegheny County, Judge Lester Nauhaus sees his drug court as an alternative to the carnage of the drug war. Drugs drive crime. But locking up addicts doesn’t stop crime. Nor does it stop drug addiction.
02, Apr 2015 - Death penalty foes urge action by Kitzhaber
They want him to commute sentences of 34 inmates before governor leaves office. Opponents of Oregon’s death penalty are urging John Kitzhaber to commute the sentences of 34 inmates on death row as one of his final acts as governor. Kitzhaber’s resignation under pressure, resulting from influence-peddling allegations against him ...
02, Apr 2015 - Grandmother’s punishment for girl's running death tests death penalty in Ala.
The jury in Joyce Hardin Garrard’s trial recommended life in prison for killing her granddaughter. But the Alabama county judge in the case could send Ms. Garrard to death row.
02, Apr 2015 - Ashburn man pleads guilty to tax fraud
Antonio Taylor, age 44, of Ashburn, Georgia, entered a plea of guilty Friday to one count of conspiracy to commit wire fraud and one count of aggravated identity theft  in Albany Federal Court.
02, Apr 2015 - Report: Kings had highest lockup rate in CA
With California voters, judges and legislators increasingly favoring alternatives to jail cells, the number of inmates in California has steadily dropped since peaking in 2007, according to new statistics from a state corrections agency.
02, Apr 2015 - California man sentenced to probation in plane groping case
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — A California man accused of groping and sexually propositioning a teenage girl on a flight from Los Angeles to Salt Lake City was sentenced to three years of probation Friday.
02, Apr 2015 - Bank robber gets 32 years in prison
HOT SPRINGS — Derrick Glenn Estell, whose escape from the Garland County jail drew national attention in 2013, was sentenced Thursday in federal court in Texarkana to 32 years in prison on two firearms charges in a bank robbery and carjacking in Hot Springs.
02, Apr 2015 - Montgomery County DA to investigate perjury charge against state Attorney General Kathleen Kane
HARRISBURG — The Montgomery County district attorney's office will review a grand jury report to determine whether state Attorney General Kathleen Kane should face perjury charges related to a newspaper's gaining confidential investigative material from her office.
02, Apr 2015 - Utah jury says Lovell should be executed for 1985 murder
Ogden : After deliberating nearly 11 hours over two days, 12 jurors Wednesday determined that Douglas Anderson Lovell should be executed for killing a woman in 1985 to prevent her from testifying against him in a rape case. Two weeks ago, the same 2...
02, Apr 2015 - Woman sentenced to prison on felony charges in crash
A 54-year-old New Hanover County woman pleaded guilty to felony charges of serious injury by vehicle.
02, Apr 2015 - Jesse Jackson Jr. to begin looking for work in Baltimore
Jesse Jackson Jr. will begin looking for a job one day after he was released from a federal prison in Montgomery, Ala., and transferred to a halfway house in Baltimore.
02, Apr 2015 - Darren Sharper to serve 9 years after plea deals in sex assault cases
Former NFL star Darren Sharper is expected to serve nine years in federal prison after making deals in sexual assault related charges in Los Angeles, Arizona and Nevada.
02, Apr 2015 - Legal clinic immerses aspiring lawyers in the political process
William Richards' last hope for a new trial appeared to die in 2012, when the California Supreme Court narrowly upheld his murder conviction. Richard was convicted after an expert witness gave forensic testimony that was later discredited.
02, Apr 2015 - Rowland sentenced to 30 months in prison
Former Conn. Gov. John Rowland was sentenced on Wednesday to sentenced to 30 months in prison for a political consulting scam. Rowland was convicted in September on charges that he conspired to hide his role with the congressional campaign of Republican candidate Lisa Wilson-Foley. Rowland previously served 10 months for taking illegal gifts while in office.
02, Apr 2015 - Capital Murder Charges Dismissed Against Cheryl Drive Shooting Suspect
The capital murder case against Cruz Salazar, one of the two suspects in the 2014 Cheryl Drive shooting that killed two little girls, has been dismissed by the Nueces County District Attorney's Office.
02, Apr 2015 - Lerman Law Firm Congratulates the Justice Department for 20 Year Prison Sentence for Ephren Taylor
Ephren Taylor Jr. was sentenced this week to 19 years and seven months in federal prison after defrauding investors out of nearly $16 million. (PRWeb March 19, 2015) Read the full story at
02, Apr 2015 - Tsarnaev's lawyer has saved notorious clients from death
Boston Marathon suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev's lead attorney has a record of saving those accused of horrific crimes from death row.
02, Apr 2015 - Adding information act 'teeth' clears House
Arkansas lawmakers pushed through a string of tweaks to the state's criminal code on Friday, including a bill that would leave public board members out of a job, and possibly in jail, if they violate the state's Freedom of Information Act.
02, Apr 2015 - Judge rules Slender Man stabbing suspects will be tried as adults
The two girls charged in the Slender Man stabbing case will be tried as adults, a judge ruled Friday.
02, Apr 2015 - Utah House leaders' new plan would give guv, Legislature veto on prison site
The Prison Relocation Commission would get to pick where the state would build a new prison later this summer, unless Gov. Gary Herbert quickly called a special legislative session, according to a new proposal pushed by House Republican leaders. HB454, sponsored by Rep. Brad Wilson, R-Kaysville, is an attempt to get around Herbertâs opposition to allowing the commission to unilaterally decide ...
02, Apr 2015 - Florida Supreme Court asked to look at blind trust bill
The former chief of staff to the late Gov. Reubin Askew is now asking the Florida Supreme Court to throw out the state's blind trust law, saying it violates the constitutional requirement that public officials to fully disclose their financial assets. 
02, Apr 2015 - Convicted Killer Escapes Illinois Prison
KANKAKEE (WTVO) -- A convicted murderer escaped from an Illinois jail facility early Wednesday morning. Officials say Kamron T. Taylor escaped from the Jerome Combs Detention Center in Kankakee around 3 a.m. According to a statement, Taylor attacked a correctional officer and then proceeded to steal his keys and uniform. Police say Taylor then ran from the facility and stole the officer's ...
02, Apr 2015 - No. 12 seed SFA gives No. 5 seed Utah all it can handle before bowing out
PORTLAND, OR - MARCH 19: The Stephen F. Austin Lumberjacks mascot performs on the court in the first half against the Utah Utes during the second round of the 2015 NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament at Moda Center on March 19, 2015 in Portland, Oregon.
02, Apr 2015 - Record Number Of Inmate Deaths Has Florida Prisons On The Defensive
Many of the inmates died of natural causes, but a series of suspicious deaths — against the backdrop of a shrinking budget and staff shortages — has lawmakers calling for a prison oversight board.
02, Apr 2015 - Escaped Prisoner in Virginia Manhunt May Have Switched Cars
Police surrounded a Virginia hospital this morning after a prisoner escaped from custody, authorities said.
02, Apr 2015 - Attorney gets 10 years for cheating elderly
A prominent southern New Jersey elder-law attorney who defrauded clients out of millions of dollars and laundering the funds through various bank accounts is now headed to prison.  State authorities say Barbara Lieberman, of Northfield, received a 10-year sentence Wednesday. She also will forfeit $3 million that the state seized from her, which will be used to pay restitution to her victims. She ...
02, Apr 2015 - Armed Prisoner Escapes From Custody in Virginia
Police believe a convict who escaped from a Virginia hospital this morning may have switched cars after finding one vehicle they were looking for -- but not the suspect himself. "The Toyota Camry w/VA tags: XZP-8513 has been located," Fairfax County Police in Virginia said via Twitter. ...
02, Apr 2015 - AMC Can't Escape Antitrust Lawsuit Over Distribution of Studio Movies
A judge is satisfied that an independent movie theater chain has adequately pled the existence of a conspiracy, an unreasonable restraint on trade and harm to competition.
02, Apr 2015 - Sharper pleads guilty in sexual assault cases in Arizona, L.A.
Former NFL All-Pro safety Darren Sharper was sentenced to nine years in federal prison Monday immediately after he pleaded guilty to sexually assaulting a woman in Arizona.
02, Apr 2015 - Judge ends Maine treasure hunter's bid to salvage platinum from shipwreck off Cape Cod
PORTLAND, Maine - A treasure hunter's effort to salvage what he calls $3 billion in platinum from a World War II shipwreck off Cape Cod has been ended by a federal judge.
02, Apr 2015 - Tennessee Supreme Court rules on whistleblower case
The Tennessee Supreme Court has ruled that an employee can't qualify as a whistleblower unless the employer's illegal activity is reported to someone other than the wrongdoer.
02, Apr 2015 - Central Utah town welcomes prison expansion
Gunnison ⢠While several Wasatch Front cities have spurned a proposed Utah State Prison move to their communities, folks in this Sanpete County town couldnât be happier that the Central Utah Correctional Facility is located here. On Monday, Department of Corrections officials broke ground on a $30 million expansion of the existing 1,600-inmate facility in Gunnison. Upon completion in August ...
02, Apr 2015 - Federal prisons embrace pepper spray as antidote to violence
PHILADELPHIA — The vast majority of federal correctional officers are being equipped with pepper spray, a tool their colleagues in a pilot program say has been a game-changer in prisons where inmates have long tilted the balance of order with shivs and smuggled razor blades.
02, Apr 2015 - Judge to review video, transcript of homicide suspect's police interview before trial
LE MARS, Iowa — A judge will review video and a transcript of a homicide suspect's interview with investigators to determine if his statements can be used as evidence at his upcoming trial.
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