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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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27, Mar 2015 - Macoupin County man faces child porn charges
A Macoupin County man this week was charged with distributing and possessing child pornography, the Illinois attorney general's office announced Thursday.Timothy B. Saxton, 37, of Wilsonville was arrested Tuesday after Illinois State Police, Macoupin County Sheriff's Office and attorney general investigators executed a search warrant at Saxton's home.Saxton was charged Wednesday with two counts ...
27, Mar 2015 - Who actually built the Boston Marathon bombs?
The federal court room hosting the Boston Marathon bombing trial has remained mostly silent for 14 days of testimony. Mr. Knapp analyzed more than 1,300 pieces of evidence as part of the investigations and built mockup replicas of the bombs used in the attacks.
27, Mar 2015 - Judge approves plan to liquidate Utah company; owner facing criminal charges
A federal judge has approved a plan to liquidate Riverton-based American Pension Services, whose owner is facing criminal charges for allegedly taking $24 million of client retirement funds. U.S. District Judge Robert Shelby OK'd the proposal by a co...
27, Mar 2015 - Crime Stoppers: The Homicide of Rafael Garza Gonzalez
Homicide detectives with the Nueces County Sheriff's Office are asking for your help to identify and locate the individual responsible for the murder of Rafael Garza Gonzalez.
27, Mar 2015 - Court agrees to new trial in 1995 fire that killed three firefighters
The state Superior Court on Friday affirmed a lower-court decision last year awarding a new trial to the man convicted of killing three Pittsburgh firefighters in a 1995 Valentine’s Day fire.
27, Mar 2015 - Hernandez trial testimony focusing on guns
Testimony in the murder trial of Aaron Hernandez focused on guns Monday, with a bank teller saying Hernandez asked her to send $15,000 out of his $1.8 million paycheck from the Patriots to a Florida man. Prosecutors say the money was used to buy guns.
27, Mar 2015 - Appalachian Labs employee sentenced to nearly 2 years in prison for faking water samples
John W. Shelton of Daniels, WV, an employee of Appalachian Labs, admitted that he and other employees tampered with water samples to make them appear to be within permissible pollutant levels.
27, Mar 2015 - Bill seeks to ensure time served for repeat offenders
Repeat offenders of violent crimes in Arkansas may soon face parole revocation upon a second felony offence if a shell bill to revise the current statutes passes. Senate bill 856, an act to revise the parole statutes for repeat and violent offenders and concerning parole revocation and the issuance of an arrest warrant by the Parole Board, was filed by Senator David Sanders on Monday. read more
27, Mar 2015 - US Supreme Court denies appeal in Iowan's robbery conviction
The U.S. Supreme Court has denied a southwest Iowa man's appeal of his conviction for robbery, carjacking, obstructing justice and witness tampering.
27, Mar 2015 - Los Angeles police officer charged with smuggling man into U.S. from Mexico
By Marty Graham SAN DIEGO (Reuters) - A 10-year Los Angeles police department veteran who was arrested at the U.S. border in San Diego with a Mexican man lacking immigration documentation was arraigned on smuggling charges in federal court on Monday. Los Angeles Police Department officer Carlos Curiel Quezada Jr., 34, and Angelica Godinez, 31, pleaded not guilty to one count each of smuggling in ...
27, Mar 2015 - Man who bought gun found near Hernandez home gets immunity
FALL RIVER, Mass. (AP) -- The lawyer for a Florida man who bought a .22-caliber weapon found in the woods near Aaron Hernandez's home says his client has been granted immunity in the former New England Patriots player's murder trial.
27, Mar 2015 - Judge rejects attempt to suppress evidence in Sinclair weapons case
A Champaign County judge has refused to suppress evidence surrounding the arrest of a former University of Illinois football staffer who allegedly pulled a gun on a friend in jest, resulting in criminal charges against him. URBANA — A Champaign County judge has refused to suppress evidence surrounding the arrest of a former University of Illinois football staffer who allegedly pulled a gun on a ...
27, Mar 2015 - Army Sgt. Bergdahl charged with desertion, may face life in prison if convicted
Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl, who abandoned his post in Afghanistan and was held captive for five years by the Taliban, was charged Wednesday by the U.S. military with desertion and misbehavior before the enemy and could get life in prison if convicted.
27, Mar 2015 - 120.82 ¥/$ (5 p.m.)
Sorry, but your browser needs Javascript to use this site. A prominent member of California’s Korean-American community hit back at the Japanese government’s reaction to a federal judge’s dismissal of a lawsuit seeking to remove a city memorial to the “comfort women.”
27, Mar 2015 - Christie joins court fight vs. Obama immigration plan
Advocates for immigrants accused Gov. Chris Christie of playing politics with the issue. / Asbury Park (N.J.) Press TRENTON, N.J. - Gov. Chris Christie has quietly aligned New Jersey with Texas and other red states in a lawsuit trying to thwart President Obama from allowing millions of people in the U.S. illegally - mostly parents and young people - to avoid deportation.
27, Mar 2015 - Nevada sports bar chain Bully's accused of labor law violations; suit says cooks owed overtime
The largest and oldest sports bar chain in northern Nevada is being accused of violating federal labor laws by intentionally misclassifying cooks and kitchen managers as executives to avoid paying them overtime.
27, Mar 2015 - Fishermen granted preliminary injunction against Pacific Seafood
NEWPORT — A federal judge in Medford has issued a preliminary injunction against Pacific Seafood Group prohibiting the company from taking any action to acquire or control assets of Ocean Gold Seafoods or its affiliated companies.
27, Mar 2015 - Imprisoned hedge fund founder seeks to void insider trading conviction
Former hedge fund manager Doug Whitman, the first defendant in a broad U.S. insider trading crackdown to testify in his own defense, is seeking to void his conviction. Whitman, 57, who has been imprisoned since early September, on Wednesday joined a swelling list of defendants trying to have their insider trading convictions or guilty pleas thrown out, after a recent federal appeals court ...
27, Mar 2015 - Robert Durst: Getting Up to Speed on 'The Jinx', the Trial & Key Players
You’ve read the headlines. You may have watched the hit HBO documentary ‑- or even seen the 2010 film starring Ryan Gosling. And the question remains: Who is Robert Durst? The real estate heir suspected of committing several murders, including that of longtime friend Susan Berman, is the subject of headlines once again following his arrest in New Orleans and a terrifying conclusion to HBO’s six ...
27, Mar 2015 - Feds’ Tsarnaev case builds toward climax
Federal prosecutors are building toward this week’s anticipated climax of their case against admitted Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev — to be followed by the defense case and a likely subsequent sentencing trial to determine whether he lives or dies.
27, Mar 2015 - US Attorney for DC to step down after 5 years
WASHINGTON (AP) — The U.S. attorney for the District of Columbia will step down after five years on the job to return to private practice, he announced Monday, leaving behind a record of prosecutions for terrorism, public corruption and violent crime.
27, Mar 2015 - Rose applies again for reinstatement
Hits leader banned for betting hopes to sway commissioner Rose agreed to the lifetime ban in August 1989 following an investigation for Major League Baseball by outside lawyer John Dowd that concluded the career hits leader bet on the Reds to win while managing the team. Rose applied for reinstatement in September 1997 and met in November 2002 with commissioner Bud Selig, who never ruled on the ...
27, Mar 2015 - Babysitter says ex-NFL star came on to her day before murder
Two suspected accomplices were at the Massachusetts home of Aaron Hernandez hours before the three allegedly killed an associate in a industrial park nearby, a woman who babysat the ex-NFL star's child testified on Monday.
27, Mar 2015 - Bergdahl charges stoke fresh criticism of prisoner swap
WASHINGTON — The tough military charges against Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl have revived the questions and controversy surrounding President Barack Obama's decision to swap five Taliban detainees to secure his release, as well as the wisdom of the White House fanfare that followed.
27, Mar 2015 - Closing arguments begin in Georgia school testing scandal
By David Beasley ATLANTA (Reuters) - A dozen Atlanta public school educators charged with conspiring to cheat on student standardized test scores did so to boost their paychecks, a prosecutor said during closing arguments on Monday. Fulton County Assistant District Attorney Clint Rucker told jurors the cheating scandal was "sad and it's ugly" and that the students were the victims in the case ...
27, Mar 2015 - Greenford resident arrested in child pornography investigation
AKRON, Ohio (AP) - A northeast Ohio man convicted in the slayings of his ex-girlfriend and their 5-year-old son has been sentenced to life in prison without parole. A jury had voted to spare 41-year-old Daniel Tighe from a potential death sentence.
27, Mar 2015 - AG’s Office Arrests Tangipahoa Parish Woman on Medicaid Fraud Charges
A Tangipahoa Parish woman accused of illegally billing the Louisiana Medicaid Program for services she did not provide has been arrested for felony Medicaid Fraud, Attorney General Buddy Caldwell announced today.
27, Mar 2015 - Marion man sentenced for tax fraud
A Marion woman has been sentenced for filing false tax returns.
27, Mar 2015 - Desertion charge intensifies debate over Bergdahl's release
FORT BRAGG, N.C. (AP) — Charges that Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl deserted and endangered his post in Afghanistan intensify the debate over his politically wrought release: Should he spend years in prison
27, Mar 2015 - Relaxing California Sex Offender Rules Intended To Make Communities Safer
The California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation announced the policy changes in a memo following a state supreme court ruling from earlier this month. The court found the blanket ban unconstitutional and it forced large groups of parolees into homelessness.
27, Mar 2015 - Former SWAR Treasurer gets 2 years in prison for stealing public funds
Former Lafayette County Treasurer and Tax Collector Keesha Rose was sentenced to 2 years in prison.
27, Mar 2015 - Prison guard arrested after allegedly assaulting Brownsville police officer
BROWNSVILLE. Tenn. -- A West Tennessee prison guard was arrested, accused of attacking a local police officer. Brownsville police said after pulling over a car Sunday morning, they became the target of people in the neighborhood.
27, Mar 2015 - Pittsburgh abortion clinic buffer zone fight moves to appeals court
Five anti-abortion advocates filed a notice Thursday in federal court that they’re appealing a March 6 decision upholding the constitutionality of Pittsburgh’s buffer zone ordinance. ...
27, Mar 2015 - U.S. judge allows Ten Commandments to remain at Oklahoma Capitol
By Heide Brandes OKLAHOMA CITY (Reuters) - A U.S. judge dismissed a case on Tuesday filed by an atheist group that was seeking to remove a Ten Commandments monument from Oklahoma State Capitol grounds, saying the plaintiffs failed to show standing to bring the suit. Defendants argued that the suit filed by New Jersey-based American Atheists Inc failed to show that the group had been injured by ...
27, Mar 2015 - Is there a sex offender living next door?
There are approximately 1,000 registered sex offenders living in Southwest Louisiana, with nearly 500 in Calcasieu Parish alone. Once released from prison, a person convicted of a sex crime is required to register with authorities for a set amount of time, depending on the severity of their crimes.
27, Mar 2015 - Macoupin County man charged for child porn
MACOUPIN COUNTY, IL — Illinois police have charged a Wilsonville man with possessing and distributing child porn. Timothy Saxton, 37, was arrested Tuesday at his home on Dean Street. Saxton is being charged with two counts of distribution of child pornography. If convicted, he is facing 6-30 years in prison. Bond is set at $100,000.
27, Mar 2015 - New York's Top Cop Wants to Pay and Protect Whistle-Blowers
Eric Schneiderman is seeking to build support among New York lawmakers for his proposal, which would allow for rewards if information from whistle-blowers leads to penalties and fines of more than $1 million. The measure could add to lingering tensions with the SEC, which has tangled with several New York attorneys general over who should take the lead in pursuing some types of financial fraud ...
27, Mar 2015 - NH judge orders 2 kidnapping/rape cases joined for 1 trial
A judge is ordering that one trial be held for the New Hampshire man accused of kidnapping and raping a teen over the course of nine months.
27, Mar 2015 - Man who fled police through post office sentenced
UPDATE @ 6:20 p.m. March 4, 2015: The Carlisle man who escaped police by running through the Lebanon Post Office and stealing a patron’s car in January has been sentenced to 18 months in prison.
27, Mar 2015 - Muslim inmate complains Gregg County Jail ignored diet requirement
By Glenn Evans March 21, 2015 at 4 a.m. A former Muslim inmate at the Gregg County Jail accuses Sheriff Maxey Cerliano and members of his staff of denying his freedom of religion in a federal lawsuit filed in Tyler.
27, Mar 2015 - ACLU sues US government over border patrols
The ACLU has sued the US Department of Homeland Security for records on the agency's practice of border patrols.
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