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23, 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 »
23, Dec 2014 - Christian pleads guilty
Posted: Monday, June 23, 2008 1:00 am | Updated: 2:09 pm, Tue Jun 4, 2013. Dallas Christian, 25, who was charged with capital murder, pleaded guilty to the lesser charge of murder, according to District Attorney Stephanie Stephens.
23, Dec 2014 - Salt Lake City fraud case dismissed after evidence is lost
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) - A federal judge has dismissed charges against a woman accused of defrauding Medicaid to help women in the country illegally get prenatal care after evidence in the case was lost. LaRohnda Dennison couldn't have received a fair trial without the evidence from computer ...
23, Dec 2014 - Woman's sentence commuted; 2 men pardoned
By Colleen Quinn State House News Service BOSTON -- Massachusetts officials on Wednesday commuted the prison sentence of a woman serving time for drug convictions, and agreed to pardons for two men.
23, Dec 2014 - Soccer star Ronaldo's underwear trademark case suspended
By Andrew Chung (Reuters) - The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office has halted an effort by soccer superstar Cristiano Ronaldo's underwear manufacturer to cancel a Rhode Island man's "CR7" trademark while a civil lawsuit unfolds in federal court. Danish clothing manufacturer JBS Textile Group petitioned the trademark office last May to cancel the trademark owned by Christopher Renzi, a 43-year-old ...
23, Dec 2014 - Appeals court strikes down North Carolina ultrasound abortion law
A North Carolina law requiring women seeking an abortion to have an ultrasound of the fetus performed and described to them is unconstitutional because it forces doctors to voice the state's message discouraging the procedure, a U.S. appeals court ruled on Monday.
23, Dec 2014 - Md. Court: DNA Evidence At Trial Must Be Confirmed
Maryland's highest court has ruled that criminal defendants cannot present evidence of DNA matches to other suspects at trial unless the results have been confirmed by more testing.
23, Dec 2014 - Ex-TV pitchman disrupts hearing on owl allegations
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — A former TV pitchman in Utah known for his over-the-top personality turned his initial court appearance into a sideshow Thursday by being disruptive and combative with a federal judge.
23, Dec 2014 - Court: Gay marriages may start on Jan. 6
The U.S. Supreme Court on Friday refused to stop same-sex marriages from taking place in Florida after a federal judge's stay expires Jan. 5. In a decision released late in the day, the nation's... read more
23, Dec 2014 - Utah trucker challenges arrest in sex slave case
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — A defense lawyer on Wednesday challenged the arrest of a Utah truck driver accused of keeping women as sex slaves in his semi-trailer as he drove across the country.
23, Dec 2014 - Death Watch: Executing the Mentally (and Physically) Ill
Texas gets ready to execute a schizophrenic man
23, Dec 2014 - Utah man sentenced in marijuana trafficking conspiracy
PROVIDENCE, R.I. — A Utah man who spent time living in Tiverton was sentenced to 18 months in federal prison on Thursday for participating in a “transnational,’’ conspiracy to ship more than 200 pounds of marijuana to Rhode Island and Massachusetts.
23, Dec 2014 - Federal appeals court strikes down N.C. abortion law
RICHMOND, Va. - A North Carolina law requiring abortion providers to show and describe an ultrasound to the pregnant woman is "ideological in intent" and violates doctors' free-speech rights, a federa
23, Dec 2014 - Woman wins $100,000 in Georgia cursing lawsuit
A Georgia county is paying $100,000 to a woman who police arrested for shouting profanity to protest their actions. Amy Elizabeth Barnes, a well-known political activist, sued in federal court saying Cobb County violated her First Amendment rights and maliciously prosecuted her when it jailed her on charges of disorderly conduct and the use of abuse words to “incite an immediate breach of the ...
23, Dec 2014 - Court: UDOT violated Constitution with requirements for roadway demonstrations
A federal appeals court has ruled unconstitutional a Utah Department of Transportation requirement that groups wishing to hold demonstrations on state roadways purchase a minimum insurance policy of at least $1 million. The 10th Circuit Court of Appe...
23, Dec 2014 - Court Ruling Against Utah Company Is Good News for Pathway Genomics
An appeals court has ruled against Salt Lake City-based Myriad Genetics Inc. regarding its gene sequencing patents used for breast and ovarian cancers. This ruling is not only good for defendant Ambry Genetics Corp., but for San Diego-based Pathway Genomics Corp., which has also been sued by Myriad.
23, Dec 2014 - Neighboring states challenge Colorado pot laws in top U.S. court
By Daniel Wallis DENVER (Reuters) - Nebraska and Oklahoma challenged neighboring Colorado's recreational marijuana laws in the U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday amid complaints its pot was seeping across their borders, and Colorado vowed to defend its laws. Nebraska Attorney General Jon Bruning said he joined Oklahoma in filing the action against Colorado, where voters chose to legalize ...
23, Dec 2014 - Final person sentenced in case involving Raleigh 'Party Mansion'
The final person has been sentenced in a case that involved a fraudulent tax service and was linked to wild parties at a massive North Raleigh “party mansion.”
23, Dec 2014 - Defense shakeup delays murder trial
COLUMBUS — A shakeup in defense counsel for a 19-year-old Columbus man accused of fatally stabbing his grandmother last summer will delay a district court murder trial scheduled to get underway in three weeks.
23, Dec 2014 - Montana prisoner dies days before release date
HELENA, Mont. (AP) - A 72-year-old Montana State Prison inmate has died five days before he was eligible for release. The state Department of Corrections says William Bernard Bergin died Tuesday of natural causes. His death wasn't announced until Thursday because officials were trying to notify his family. The department says Bergin would have been eligible for discharge on Sunday.
23, Dec 2014 - Judge OKs jury trial in pension overhaul lawsuit
A judge is allowing a jury trial in a lawsuit over Rhode Island's landmark pension overhaul, approving the state's request that jurors decide the merits of the case.
23, Dec 2014 - List of potential prison sites cut to three
There are now just three sites in contention for a new state prison, in Salt Lake City, Eagle Mountain and near Grantsville,...
23, Dec 2014 - Key responders to Forsyth Courthouse shooting speak for first time
The deputy wounded in a summer attack on the Forsyth County courthouse speaks for the first time about what happened that fateful day.
23, Dec 2014 - Assault suspect held on half-million dollar bond
A 37-year-old man was arrested Tuesday night for allegedly assaulting another man with a wooden board, according to court documents.
23, Dec 2014 - Gay couple sue when Florida motor vehicle agency won't allow married name on driver's licen
ORLANDO, Fla. — A gay couple sued the state's motor vehicle agency for revoking drivers' licenses they said they received by showing their marriage license from New York, the latest challenge to Florida's ban on same-sex unions.
23, Dec 2014 - Hamm's ex-wife appeals $1B ruling
Harold Hamm's divorce attorneys called the settlement ruling equitable, but the oilman's ex-wife considers it unfair.
23, Dec 2014 - Mistrial declared in Mallo case
REED CITY — An Osceola County judge declared a mistrial Tuesday in the case of a former Evart man charged with several counts of criminal sexual conduct involving his family's babysitter in the early 1990s.
23, Dec 2014 - Trial to start for ex-judge in framing of woman
Federal prosecutors have accused a former northwest Georgia judge of planting drugs on a woman's car to discredit her after she accused him of propositioning her for sex. But Bryant Cochran's lawyer said his client is eager to clear his name at a trial set to begin this week.
23, Dec 2014 - Commission cuts potential prison sites to 3 — for now
A legislative committee planned to meet Monday afternoon to continue discussion of possible sites for a new prison. Citizens met just prior to that, voicing their opposition.
23, Dec 2014 - Will Florida clerks issue same-sex marriage licenses in January?
In addition to same-sex marriage being banned in Florida, issuing a license for a same-sex couple to marry carries a penalty.  Florida statute 741.05 reads, “Any county court judge, clerk of the circuit court, or other person who shall violate any provision of ss. 741.03 and 741.04(1) shall be guilty of a misdemeanor of the first degree.” On January 6, 2015, an order by Federal Judge Robert ...
23, Dec 2014 - Home of LeNature’s exec up for sale
The Ligonier Township home of a man sentenced to federal prison in the LeNature’s Inc. fraud case is up for sale, and some of the ...
23, Dec 2014 - Tsarnaev appears in court for 1st time since 2013
BOSTON (AP) — Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev returned to court Thursday for the first time since he was arraigned in July 2013, and he received a shout of encouragement from the mot
23, Dec 2014 - Science Behind Bars
The University of Utah partners with the Utah Department of Corrections to provide monthly lectures for the inmates at the Utah State Prison.
23, Dec 2014 - Georgia judge rules that man and daughter can be prosecuted in infant starvation case
A judge in suburban Atlanta on Friday ruled there is enough evidence against a man and his 23-year-old daughter accused in the starvation death of the man's baby daughter to allow them to be prosecuted.
23, Dec 2014 - Judge in Colorado theater shooting case to rule on trial delay soon
By Keith Coffman and Daniel Wallis CENTENNIAL, Colorado (Reuters) - A judge overseeing the case of a mass shooting at a Colorado theater in 2012 said Monday he would rule within a couple of days on a defense request to delay the trial again. Lawyers for the gunman, James Holmes, made their latest request for the trial to be delayed last week, adding on Monday that medical emergencies had also ...
23, Dec 2014 - Judge declares mistrial in roommate slaying case
FORT DODGE, Iowa (AP) — A judge has declared a mistrial in the case of a Georgia man charged with first-degree murder in the death of a roommate whose skeletal remains were found in an Iowa basement in 2012. The Fort Dodge Messenger reports ( ) Judge Gary McMinimee ordered the mistrial Tuesday in the case of 55-year-old John Green, of Blairsville, Georgia. Green is accused ...
23, Dec 2014 - Judge considers another James Holmes trial delay
CENTENNIAL, Colo. (AP) — The judge in the Colorado theater shooting case could delay the trial yet again after defense attorneys said Monday they need more time due to medical emergencies involving members of their team.
23, Dec 2014 - Effort to sue over widow's $60M gift to disgraced Catholic order in Rhode Island court
The Rhode Island Supreme Court will hear arguments on whether the niece of a wealthy widow who gave more than $60 million to the now-disgraced Roman Catholic religious order the Legion of Christ will be allowed to sue over the bequest.
23, Dec 2014 - Iowa and New Hampshire voters will listen before they judge Bush
By Mark Guarino DAVENPORT, Iowa (Reuters) - Life-long Republican Bob Shelley neatly folds his newspaper and uses it as a coaster, placing his coffee mug over a photo 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, says he is not certain which Republican presidential candidate he’ll ...
23, Dec 2014 - Man trying to find Ronaldo to sue over underwear
A Rhode Island man is trying to sue Cristiano Ronaldo in a dispute over an underwear line, but he can't get to the international soccer star. Christopher Renzi sued the Real Madrid forward and a Danish ...
23, Dec 2014 - Iowa judge bars Super Vitality from selling products in state
An Iowa judge has barred a Las Vegas-based company from selling health and nutrition-related products to state residents.
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