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Spelling bee kids battle into the night
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
I am the Great Uncle of Damian Banks. He was found with numorous broken ribs and beaten pretty bad. Did the beating come from another prisoner or a guard(...)
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01, Feb 2015 - Cincinnati-area Man Indicted for Plot to Attack U.S. Government Officers
Attempted murder of government employees and officials is a crime punishable by up to 20 years in prison.
01, Feb 2015 - Caesars to learn whether what happens in Delaware stays there
Caesars Entertainment Operating Co. will learn Wednesday whether its $20 billion restructuring bid will be heard in a bankruptcy court in Chicago, its chosen venue, or in Delaware, where creditors fighting the plan want the case to stay.
01, Feb 2015 - SC bill would change magistrate selection
It’s not the first time a lawmaker has sought to change the process, which can result in a politician’s selection of family friends and campaign donors for coveted magistrate judge spots, critics say. Sen. Lee Bright’s joint resolution, S. 99, would allow voters to change the constitution so that county magistrates would be appointed by a majority vote of the resident circuit court judges in the ...
01, Feb 2015 - Judge refuses to toss Rick Perry case on constitutional grounds
AUSTIN, Texas — A Texas judge on Tuesday refused to dismiss a felony abuse-of-power case against former Gov. Rick Perry on constitutional grounds, rejecting the argument that Perry was acting within his rights as chief executive of America's second-most populous state when he carried out a veto threat. The decision ...
01, Feb 2015 - To leave Minnesota sooner, con man opts for prison time
Given the choice, a California con man did not want to stay in Minnesota for 10 years.
01, Feb 2015 - Selection of jurors under way for rare double-jury murder trial
One jury has already has been seated and another was being selected Friday in preparation for an unusual double-jury trial in Lake County Circuit Court.
01, Feb 2015 - Ex-leader of county hit by tornado sentenced to prison
FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) — A former county official in Kentucky has been sentenced to more than seven years in prison for raking in more than $100,000 in a kickback scheme that continued after his …
01, Feb 2015 - Southeastern Indiana man faces June trial in fatal shooting
A southeastern Indiana man faces a June murder trial in the fatal shooting of a man killed moments after the victim allegedly told him "just shoot me and put me out of my misery."
01, Feb 2015 - Two local men sentenced for distributing meth
Two men were sentenced Tuesday for distributing methamphetamine.
01, Feb 2015 - Is this lawsuit good for Nevada, or just for Laxalt?
The state’s new attorney general is wasting taxpayer money needlessly fighting the president’s immigration policy.
01, Feb 2015 - Lawmakers seek to replace death penalty
Tue, 27 Jan 2015 00:17:42 GMT Checks and Balances Blog OLYMPIA, Wash. — A bipartisan group of state lawmakers want to put an end to the death penalty in Washington state. Two bills introduced in the House and Senate Monday would permanently repeal the death penalty and replace it with a sentence of life in pr...
01, Feb 2015 - Skeptical appeals court takes on NC law ending teacher tenure rights
A North Carolina Court of Appeals panel expressed serious doubts Thursday about the legality of a 2013 state law requiring veteran teachers to surrender their tenure rights in exchange for multi-year contracts.
01, Feb 2015 - Former Crater Lake chef sentenced to prison for fighting park rangers
Former chef at a Crater Lake National Park resort will spend time in federal prison for fighting and threatening park rangers.
01, Feb 2015 - Escaped state prison inmate recaptured in Tulsa after chase
Police in Tulsa say an escaped Oklahoma state prison inmate has been recaptured following a short chase.
01, Feb 2015 - Sloppy Russian ‘Spymasters’ Burn a Deep Cover Operative in New York
Busted in the Bronx, he faces 20 years in prison.
01, Feb 2015 - All the feds needed to do to ID Silk Road's founder was Google it
It was a simple Web search that led to the arrest of Ross Ulbricht, accused mastermind of the Silk Road underground online marketplace, a U.S. Internal Revenue Service special agent testified Monday in a Manhattan federal courtroom As the first step in investigating Silk Road, IRS agent Gary Alford, who was part of an agency task force investigating organized crime, simply entered “Silk Road ...
01, Feb 2015 - AP source: Shakeup at Secret Service; 4 execs reassigned
Four of the highest-ranking Secret Service executives have been reassigned following a series of security mishaps and scathing reports questioning leadership within the agency, the Secret Service said Wednesday.
01, Feb 2015 - Merritt Sentenced for Manslaughter
A Meridian man who was charged with killing his girlfriend last year was sentenced Tuesday for manslaughter.
01, Feb 2015 - Judge rules Lee Harvey Oswald's original casket belongs to brother
A Texas judge has ruled that the funeral home that handled the casket belonging to John F. Kennedy's assassinator Lee Harvey Oswald should not have auctioned it off. read more
01, Feb 2015 - Ohio prescription-drug operation leader sentenced
A man described as a leader of a prescription-drug trafficking operation in which pills were obtained from pharmacies in seven states has been sentenced to 10 years in prison.
01, Feb 2015 - Lowell Man Waiting To Go To Prison Back In Jail
BENTONVILLE -- A Lowell man waiting to go to prison was arrested with methamphetamine and a loaded handgun.
01, Feb 2015 - Not Guilty: Exonerations Hit Record High Last Year
A national registry says 125 convicts were exonerated last year, including 33 Houston drug suspects and seven jailed for murder in Brooklyn.
01, Feb 2015 - State high court: Yakima can’t use anti-SLAPP law to dismiss lawsuit
Sun, 01 Feb 2015 10:01:54 GMT By Donald W. Meyers Yakima Herald-Republic Color/BlackColor/BlackHenne Yet another lawsuit stemming from the troubled tenure of former Yakima police Chief Sam Granato is winding its way through the court system. But unlike four earlier lawsuits that prompted the city and its insurers to pay out $890,000, this case reached th...
01, Feb 2015 - Gun maker gets Newtown lawsuit moved to federal court - Quincy Herald-Whig | Illinois & Missouri Ne
HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) - Gun maker Remington has moved a lawsuit by families of those shot in the Sandy Hook school massacre from state to federal court, where at least one expert says it has less chance of succeeding.
01, Feb 2015 - Judge finds no conduct issues in Vagos case
Two federal judges on Friday refused to dismiss drug cases against former Vagos motorcycle gang leaders because of outrageous government misconduct by the lead undercover agent.
01, Feb 2015 - After fleeing during trial, man convicted of sex assault of child returned to Plainfield
PLAINFIELD–A Connecticut fugitive from justice was returned to the state on Friday. Randy A. Wright, 41, was taken into custody in Virginia, where Plainfield Police Department officers picked him up at the Eastern Shore Regional Jail. Wright was charged in Plainfield with failure to appear in the first degree, which stems from a previous arrest […]
01, Feb 2015 - Aurora man re-sentenced in murder of WWII veteran
An Aurora man convicted of stabbing to death his 83-year-old neighbor in 2007 will spend five fewer years in prison for the crime. An Illinois appellate court last year ruled in favor of re-sentencing Hector Mauricio in the death of Roscoe Ebey.
01, Feb 2015 - AP Exclusive: Maine governor spent $53K to try to remove 6,000 young adults from Medicaid
AUGUSTA, Maine - Gov. Paul LePage's administration spent nearly $53,000 on private lawyers in its failed attempt to remove thousands of low-income young adults from the state's Medicaid program after being ...
01, Feb 2015 - Ruling puts foie gras back on California menus
LOS ANGELES (AP) — California restaurants can once again feature foie gras after a federal judge cut loose the ban on the fatty goose liver's sale in the state.
01, Feb 2015 - Murder suspect transferred from Missouri to Ottumwa
Dustin McDanel, 24, of Ottumwa, is being housed in the Wapello County Jail.
01, Feb 2015 - Unlicensed driver offered plea deal in girl's death
NEW YORK (AP) - An unlicensed driver accused of killing a 4-year-old girl while fleeing from police could get a lighter sentence if he pleads guilty to the top manslaughter charge.
01, Feb 2015 - Conshohocken woman gets 5-10 years in prison for straw gun purchase under Brad Fox Law
MEDIA COURTHOUSE A 27-year-old Montgomery County woman was sentenced to five to 10 years in a state correctional facility Thursday under enhanced guidelines for “straw buyers” of handguns.
01, Feb 2015 - Most pimp convictions tossed for former school board member
RIVERSIDE, Calif. (AP) — A state appeals court has thrown out nine of 12 pimping convictions of a former Southern California school board member, but his prison term remains the same.
01, Feb 2015 - Prince Andrew's Underage Sex Accuser Requests Interview With the Royal Under Oath -- New Court
Not the most royal request. Virginia Roberts , the Florida woman who alleges she was forced to have underage sexual relations with the Duke of York when she was 17, is coming at the royal once more.
01, Feb 2015 - Russia says its soldier will face trial in Armenia
The head of Russia's main investigative agency says a Russian soldier suspected of killing a family in Armenia will stand trial in that country.
01, Feb 2015 - Reactions to McDonnell sentencing
Bob McDonnell, the former Virginia governor who was convicted on federal corruption charges in September, was sentenced Tuesday to 2 years in federal prison.
01, Feb 2015 - Only prisons escape state budget woes
Faced with a projected budget deficit, Gov. Doug Ducey has proposed a virtual freeze in state spending and cuts for most state programs, with the notable exception of prisons.
01, Feb 2015 - 2 Nebraska men sentenced to prison for having child porn
LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) — A U.S. attorney says two Nebraska men each have been sentenced to at least five years in prison for possessing child pornography.
01, Feb 2015 - Judge orders alleged 18-year-old Minnesota terror recruit to halfway house while case pending
A Minnesota man accused of trying to travel to Syria to join the Islamic State group has been ordered to a halfway house while his case is pending.
01, Feb 2015 - New Jersey Family Lawyer, Gina Calogero Featured on CBS News Sheds Light On “Pet Pre-Nups”
Gina Calogero, a divorce and family law attorney in Oradell, NJ, discusses prenuptial agreements for pets or “Pup-Nups,” and why it’s important for pet owners. (PRWeb January 15, 2015) Read the full story at
01, Feb 2015 - African leaders to court: Drop cases against top Africans
The International Criminal Court should drop or suspend charges against Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir and Kenyan Deputy President William Ruto until African concerns about the court and proposals to change its founding...
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