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19, Dec 2014 - Convicted Texas Spree Killer Loses Death Row Appeal
A federal appeals court Thursday rejected the appeal of a Texas death row inmate convicted of capital murder in a seven-hour Christmas Eve spree that left three men and an infant dead.
19, Dec 2014 - Lawyer: Property owner in Nevada trespass killing may have mistaken flashlight for gun
An unarmed trespasser who was shot to death in a vacant Nevada duplex had been investigated in a previous killing, and a woman who was wounded had conspired to take items from the residence, a defense lawyer said.
19, Dec 2014 - Clerks in 4th Circuit won't issue marriage licenses for same-sex couples after stay expires
What’s a clerk to do? After Florida voters approved in 2008 a constitutional amendment prohibiting same-sex marriage, the issue started appearing before the courts as gay couples challenged the validity of the ban based on civil and equal rights issues.
19, Dec 2014 - Former Texas Supreme Court chief justices to make arguments in McDonald's lawsuit case on Frida
Two former Texas Supreme Court chief justices hired by opposing sides in a lawsuit that resulted in a $27 million verdict against McDonald's will be in court Friday for arguments surrounding the judge
19, Dec 2014 - Man gets 5 1/2 years in S. Ore. police confrontation
An Idaho fugitive shot and wounded by officers after a pursuit last March in southern Oregon has been sentenced to 5 1/2 years in prison.
19, Dec 2014 - Inmate dies days after suicide try
NEWPORT -- An inmate has died two days after a suicide attempt, Arkansas prison officials said Thursday.
19, Dec 2014 - Barack Obama Lame Duck: President Acts On Cuba, Immigraton, Iran, Climate Change Without Congress
WASHINGTON -- So much for the notion that President Barack Obama is a lame duck. After his party lost control of Congress, the president was depicted as an executive with little power to accomplish anything on his agenda for the next two years.
19, Dec 2014 - High court backs NC voting maps as drawn
The North Carolina Supreme Court on Friday ruled against a challenge to the state's voting maps, upholding the maps as drawn by the Republican-majority legislature in 2011.
19, Dec 2014 - RI man sentenced to almost 24 years for child porn
A 27-year-old Rhode Island man has been sentenced to nearly 24 years in prison after pleading guilty in a child exploitation case prosecutors said included making pornographic images of a 7-year-old girl.
19, Dec 2014 - Former D.C. mayor Marion Berry passes at 78
The four-term mayor won re-election even after going to prison for crack cocaine; continually controversial, he was none-the-less beloved by his constituents.
19, Dec 2014 - Texas sex offenders not freed under state program
Critics say offenders with mental disabilities are more vulnerable to criminal penalties because they can't comply with rules or court orders. "For years, offenders with a variety of disabilities have been assigned to this program with no programs to address their needs," said Marsha McLane, executive director of the state's Office of Violent Sex Offender Management. Once they have completed ...
19, Dec 2014 - Local businessman convicted of transporting and sexually assaulting female employee
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19, Dec 2014 - Missouri attorney general sues cities over predatory traffic ticketing
By Fiona Ortiz (Reuters) - Missouri Attorney General Chris Koster filed a civil lawsuit on Thursday against 13 St. Louis suburbs for predatory traffic ticketing, saying the cities were depending on traffic fines for too much of their budgets. Black residents in some municipalities around St. Louis have complained they are unfairly targeted by frequent police patrols on highways, and have ...
19, Dec 2014 - EPA expected to treat coal ash waste like garbage
© AP Photo/Greeenpeace, Wade Payne F ILE - In this Monday, Dec. 29, 2008 file image provided by Greenpeace, coal ash slurry left behind in a containment pond near the Tennessee Valley Authority's Kingston Fossil Plant is shown in Harriman, Tenn., after the dyke at left broke Dec. 22, 2008. The Obama administration is under court order to unveil the rule Friday, Dec. 19, 2014 ending a six-year ...
19, Dec 2014 - Man found guilty in death of transgender woman sentenced
A man who was found guilty by an Orange County jury in the shooting death of a transgender woman was sentenced Thursday to 30 years in prison.
19, Dec 2014 - Boy, 15, To Stand Trial In Plan To Kill Students
A Michigan 15-year-old will stand trial after authorities say they found his plans to kill up to eight students at his high school, including a girl who may have shunned his advances.
19, Dec 2014 - Judge rules to reinstate Veitch
A Kentucky judge has ruled that a state department acted outside of its authority in 2011 when it fired John Veitch, the state’s former chief steward, following an inquiry into an incident involving Life At Ten in the 2010 Breeders’ Cup Ladies’ Classic.
19, Dec 2014 - Former Ouachita County judge gets 33-month federal sentence in bribery case
Michael Hesterly of Camden, the former Ouachita County judge, was sentenced today to 33 months in federal prison for taking a bribe (a $4,000 campaign contribution) to rig a contract using federal money for disaster cleanup. In a news release, U.S. Attorney Conner Eldridge recounts that Hesterly and Harry Clemons Jr. of Bearden schemed to have Clemons' business get a disaster-relief contract in ...
19, Dec 2014 - 4 charged in New York to Youngstown heroin ring sentenced to prison
Four people have been sentenced to federal prison for their part in a New York to Youngstown heroin distribution ring.
19, Dec 2014 - Speaking of Mike Beebe's potential midnight appointments
The question about who'll make coming Public Service Commission appointments reminds me of another wrinkle available to outgoing governor Mike Beebe. He's in office through the Jan. 13 swearing-in of Asa Hutchinson. New judicial terms start Jan. 1. That day, two members of the Arkansas Court of Appeals, Robin Wynne and Rhonda Wood, will rise to seats on the Arkansas Supreme Court. Beebe will ...
19, Dec 2014 - Inmate dies while in custody
Prison officials say 29-year-old Jesse James, of Conway, has died while incarcerated in the Arkansas Department of Corrections, Grimes Unit, after an apparent suicide attempt.
19, Dec 2014 - AGFC to appeal decision by court
Arkansas Game and Fish Commission Director Mike Knoedl said the commission will appeal a decision from the Arkansas Court of Appeals that ruled routine inspections of hunters and fishermen by Game and Fish wildlife officers to be unconstitutional. The comment came Thursday at the AGFC monthly meeting.
19, Dec 2014 - UNH Student Who Brought Guns To Campus Sentenced To 2 Years
MILFORD — Before a Superior Court judge sentenced William Dong to two years in prison Friday, the former University of New Haven student had a chance to explain why he brought rounds of ammunition and firearms — including an illegal Bushmaster semi-automatic AR-15 rifle — to...
19, Dec 2014 - Biz Break: San Francisco and L.A. sue Uber, claim misleading and illegal actions
Today: Uber faces a civil suit from San Francisco and Los Angeles district attorneys amid a wave of resistance.
19, Dec 2014 - Godwin Lewis PC Names New Managing Shareholder and Promotes Two to Shareholder
DALLAS, Dec. 8, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- The Texas trial and appellate law firm, Godwin Lewis PC has announced that Commercial Litigation attorney Robert C. Wiegand has been named Managing Shareholder and Chief Operating Officer of the Firm, and that Senior Attorneys Lon M. Loveless and Israel R. Silvas have been promoted to Shareholder. The appointment marks Mr. Wiegand's second term as Managing ...
19, Dec 2014 - Hawaii employer's investigation short-circuits whistleblower claim
(12/19) A Hawaii electrician sued his employer, claiming he was terminated for complaining about alleged safety violations. A federal judge dismissed his claims, citing an in-house investigation during which the company learned the electrician had been sexually harassing a female coworker and intimidating his male coworkers. In other words, the company's investigation helped it short-circuit the ...
19, Dec 2014 - Former WV State Police forensic analyst guilty of possessing child porn
:Charleston, WV – A 48-year old Kanawha County man faces up to 20 years in prison after pleading guilty today to possession of child pornography, U.S. Attorney Booth Goodwin announced. Jeffrey...
19, Dec 2014 - Fla. Judge Grants Same-Sex Divorce, Invalidates State Law
A Florida judge granted Florida's first same-sex divorce on Wednesday, simultaneously striking down the state's refusal to recognize out-of-state gay marriages.
19, Dec 2014 - GOP Mo. Legislative Leaders Ask to Appeal Gay Marriage Ruling
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- Republican leaders in the Missouri legislature are seeking to appeal the ruling of a circuit judge in Kansas City that would require the state to recognize same-sex marriages performed in other states. Senate President Pro Tem Tom Dempsey (R-St. Charles) and House Speaker Tim Jones (R-Eureka) have filed a motion asking to intervene in the Jackson County court case so that ...
19, Dec 2014 - Chickenpox outbreak forces prison lockdown
SPRINGFIELD — One of Illinois' maximum security prisons is on lockdown because of an outbreak of chickenpox.
19, Dec 2014 - Animal rights activists take California Rodeo Salinas to court
Animal rights activists have filed a lawsuit against a California rodeo, saying organizers should have reported dozens of cattle injured in roping contests. The Animal Legal Defense Fund said Thursday that it has filed a lawsuit against the California Rodeo Salinas, a century-old event held annually on California's Central Coast. The suit alleges rodeo officials for the last two years reported ...
19, Dec 2014 - Felony assault charges against Gophers' Daquein McNeil
Gopher basketball backup point guard Daquein McNeil is facing prison time for a vicious fight with his girlfriend.
19, Dec 2014 - Low-crime, walkable neighborhoods promote mental health in older Latinos
( University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign ) Older Latinos living in the US who perceive their neighborhoods as safer and more walkable are less likely to develop severe depressive symptoms, and the effect may be long term, a new study suggests.
19, Dec 2014 - The Southern California Employment Law Attorneys at Blumenthal Nordrehaug and Bhowmik File Suit Aga
The class action lawsuit claims the company required mandatory security checks and failed to provide proper meal periods (PRWeb December 18, 2014) Read the full story at
19, Dec 2014 - Prison budget battle shapes up
PHOENIX -- Hoping to knock down any talk of sentencing reform, Arizona prosecutors released a report Friday seeking to debunk claims that some of the more than 41,000 people behind bars here really don't belong there.
19, Dec 2014 - Nevada man on death row for 1998 murder gets new sentence, may soon be released
A Nevada man sentenced to die for a 1998 murder has been issued a new sentence that gives him credit for 16 years of time served and makes him eligible for parole immediately.
19, Dec 2014 - Man gets 100-150 years for killing wife's son, 6
A judge has sentenced a Saginaw man to 100 to 150 years in prison for beating his wife's 6-year-old son to death.
19, Dec 2014 - Judge grants 1st same-sex divorce in Florida
Case may advance LGBT cause in Florida, fighting state's same-sex marriage ban
19, Dec 2014 - Jury find Monique Kitts, Karl Howard guilty in murder-for-hire trial
The two people on trial for an alleged murder-for-hire plot could learn their fates Thursday, as the jury is now deliberating the case.
19, Dec 2014 - Lawyer admits smuggling marijuana into jail
A New Jersey lawyer has pleaded guilty to smuggling marijuana and tobacco into a jail.
19, Dec 2014 - Grega attorneys contend investigators falsified, omitted evidence
BRATTLEBORO >> Contending investigators focused solely on John Grega during the investigation into the 1994 murder of his wife in West Dover, attorneys for Grega stated their "tunnel vision" meant the investigators "allowed evidence to be destroyed and failed to collect other evidence that could have been used to establish the (killer's) identity .
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