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28, Jul 2014 - Conviction upheld in drug killing
A judge has once again denied a man's request to overturn his conviction that he caused the death of a Vermont woman whom he believed had stolen drugs from him.
28, Jul 2014 - Diaco won't be reappointed to Expressway board
A special prosecutor appointed by Governor Scott determined Diaco and two other attorneys were part of a scheme to get rival attorney Phil Campbell arrested for DUI. But despite his troubles, Diaco is still the Chairman for the Tampa Hillsborough Expressway Authority, appointed by Governor Scott -- twice.
28, Jul 2014 - Lawyer says Ed Thomas was not involved in murder of Demarius Reed during first day of trial
ANN ARBOR — During his opening statements, Assistant Public Defender Lorne Brown, Ed Thomas’s attorney, argued that while Thomas was present at the time the crimes were committed, he was not involved with the murder of Eastern Michigan University student Demarius Reed.
28, Jul 2014 - 4 Florida Congressional districts to be redrawn
In secret meetings, Florida lawmakers rigged the maps to help certain congressmen, according to a finding from a Leon County judge whose ruling may force the state to redraw four districts, including three in central Florida. Investigative reporter Christopher Heath said the issue probably won't change anything for this year's election, but it's expected to head to the Supreme Court. In 2010 ...
28, Jul 2014 - State justices rule against making autopsy reports public
In a 4-1 ruling, the state Supreme Court has ruled autopsy reports will not be accessible to the public. The ruling states autopsy reports can be considered "medical records" and are protected by privacy laws.
28, Jul 2014 - Jury Selection To Begin In Trial Involving Former MLB Player
BRIDGEPORT — Jury selection is scheduled to begin Wednesday in the federal trial of a former Major League Baseball player who was sued by a player who accused him of hitting him with a bat during a minor league game in 2007, according to court records.
28, Jul 2014 - Google has to face U.S. privacy suit over new user data policy
A California court has allowed a privacy class action suit against Google to continue, though only in part. After evaluating each claim of each sub-class in the suit, Magistrate Judge Paul S. Grewal has allowed two claims of the “Android Application Disclosure Subclass,” which includes all persons and entities in the U.S. that acquired an Android-powered device between Aug. 19, 2004 and the ...
28, Jul 2014 - Judge sets plea hearing in boating deaths case
JAY, Okla. (AP) - A plea hearing has been scheduled for next month for a Tulsa man charged with manslaughter in connection with the deaths of two University of Arkansas students in a boating collision last year.
28, Jul 2014 - Man convicted in drug ring that used Metuchen warehouse
METUCHEN — A Los Angeles man was convicted July 8 of charges related to a major transcontinental drug ring that involved a borough warehouse where police seized cocaine and over $1 million in cash in 2012, according to Acting Attorney General John J. Hoffman. read more
28, Jul 2014 - Federal Judge Strikes Down Kentucky's Same-Sex Marriage Ban
So LGBT couples can't marry right away in Kentucky.   The state’s attempts to connect the exclusion of same-sex couples from marriage to its interest in economic stability and in “ensuring humanity’s continued existence” are at best illogical and even bewildering. These arguments fail for the precise reasons that Defendant’s procreation argument fails. Numerous courts have repeatedly debunked ...
28, Jul 2014 - Judge says Supreme Court should ‘STFU’ on Hobby Lobby
A Nebraska federal judge is making headlines again, this time for writing on his blog that the U.S. Supreme Court should have “STFU” rather than weigh in on the Hobby Lobby case.
28, Jul 2014 - Defense: Gov't suppressed evidence in Blackwater
WASHINGTON (AP) — Lawyers for Blackwater security guards argued Monday that the government has suppressed evidence favorable to defendants who are on trial in the killings of 14 Iraqis in Nisoor Square in Baghdad.
28, Jul 2014 - Suspect in Internet sting pleads
A former Cumberland County high school and elementary school coach and substitute teacher pleaded guilty in Criminal Court and has applied for judicial diversion, allowing a judge to sentence him at a later date.
28, Jul 2014 - Ex-GA school janitor sentenced in student fondling
A former eastern Georgia school janitor has pleaded guilty to fondling two students.
28, Jul 2014 - Prosecutors want to extradite former Ohio deputy treasurer from Pakistan
Federal prosecutors have asked a judge to begin proceedings to extradite a former Ohio deputy treasurer who fled to Pakistan after pleading guilty to bribery. Amer Ahmad pleaded guilty on Dec. 23 to bribery in a scheme in which he steered state investment business to a financial adviser who in turn kicked back $522,622 to Ahmad and a co-conspirator.
28, Jul 2014 - Pacheco Pass rail line is approved
Author(s):  Mark Smith A state appeals court on Thursday upheld approval of an environmental report for California’s high-speed rail project that chose Pacheco Pass as the preferred line between the Central Valley and Bay Area. Atherton, a Bay Area city, had challenged a ruling two years ago by Sacramento Superior Court Judge Michael Kenny that approved the environmental impact report for the ...
28, Jul 2014 - NYC Medical Examiner: Further studies needed before determining apparent chokehold death
NEW YORK — Eric Garner was a familiar figure on the streets near Staten Island's ferry docks: to his friends, a congenial giant with a generous gesture or a calming word; to police, a persistent face of the small-time crime of selling loose, untaxed cigarettes.
28, Jul 2014 - Government selling home connected to Henrikson
The U.S. attorney's office plans to sell a home connected to a man who has been questioned in an alleged murder-for-hire scheme in Spokane, Washington, and is awaiting trial on weapons charges in North Dakota.
28, Jul 2014 - The Chief Judge’s First Year
Maryland's top court is "right on target" to achieve its goal of deciding by Aug. 31 all of the 127 cases it has heard since its term started in September, Court of Appeals Chief Judge Mary Ellen Barbera said.
28, Jul 2014 - No bond now for man accused of shooting, killing neighbor
A man accused of shooting his neighbor to death is now being held without bond at the Collier County Jail. Robert Moulton is charged with second-degree murder in the May 4 shooting death of 41-year-old Sergey Chepchugov, following a 10-year feud that deputies said came to a boiling point because of a barking dog.
28, Jul 2014 - Harris v. Quinn Symposium: The coming conflict in public employee speech law and the immediate risk
What most people will take away from Harris v. Quinn is what the Court did not decide. Although the petitioners asked the Court to overrule its 1977 decision in Abood v. Detroit Board of Education and, effectively, make right-to-work laws constitutionally required in all public sector employment, the Court chose not to take so drastic […]
28, Jul 2014 - Federal judge to rule on Colorado gay marriage ban
DENVER (AP) — A federal judge in Denver is expected to rule Wednesday whether Colorado's same-sex marriage ban should be overturned immediately, or if the issue should be decided by the U.S. Supreme Court.
28, Jul 2014 - Speeding ticket dropped for NFL player arrested in Laurens Co.
A judge accepted the not guilty plea of the NFL player who was arrested for speeding in the Upstate.
28, Jul 2014 - Stanford law school clinic at center of epic U.S. Supreme Court privacy ruling
When the U.S. Supreme Court broke new ground by finding police must get a warrant to search cell phones, it backed the arguments raised by a group of Stanford law school professors and students
28, Jul 2014 - Church leaders call on Governor Pat McCrory to defend NC marriage amendment
Pastors from across North Carolina gathered at the legislative building in Raleigh Tuesday, calling on Gov. Pat McCrory to defend the constitution- something they say Attorney General Roy Cooper may not be willing to do.
28, Jul 2014 - Legals July 12, 2014
SUMMONS CASE NO. CV14-4623 IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE FIRST JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF THE STATE OF IDAHO, IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF KOOTENAI MARLENE A. BALDWIN VS. JEFF CRUMP DEFENDANTS. TO THE DEFENDANTS YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a claim has been filed against you.
28, Jul 2014 - Halbig Court Opinion: A Victory For The Rule Of Law, But Merely A Speed Bump For Obamacare
If you visited certain corners of the media yesterday?left and right?you may have read that in a case called Halbig v. Burwell, a federal court in D.C. dealt a ?lethal blow? to Obamacare, by limiting the flow of the health law?s insurance subsidies. The D.C. court made the right call, based on a strict reading of the law. But the probability that this ruling leads to the collapse of Obamacare is ...
28, Jul 2014 - Federal court upholds judge’s ruling that Virginia gay marriage ban is unconstitutional
RICHMOND, Va. – A federal appeals court has struck down Virginia’s same-sex marriage ban. A three-judge panel of the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Richmond ruled Monday that state constitutional and statutory provisions barring gay marriage and denying recognition of such unions performed in other states violate the U.S. Constitution. The Virginia gay Read the Rest of the Entry
28, Jul 2014 - Five Crazy Headlines
From a blogger trampoline jumping away cancer to prison inmates getting a change in uniform since orange is too “cool,” here are this week’s five crazy headlines. Tokyo homeless woman lived in stranger’s cupboard for a year Coming out of the closet is always a challenging prospect. It was even harder for Japanese woman Tatsuko Horikawa […]
28, Jul 2014 - Twenty-three litter control grants awarded in West Virginia
The Associated Press Twenty-three litter control grants awarded in West Virginia CHARLESTON, W.Va. - The state Department of Environmental Protection has awarded more than $54,000 in grants for litter control programs to 23 communities, county commissions and solid waste authorities in West Virginia. Funding for the program is generated through circuit court penalties for littering. The awards ...
28, Jul 2014 - Officials: Remains found may belong to escaped inmate
WOODWARD, Okla. – Officials believe skeletal remains found near a Woodward prison may be those of an escaped inmate. The inmate broke free from the William S. Key Correctional Center during the winter of 2012. He was never seen or heard from again. According to the Woodward News, personnel from the Department of Corrections and […]
28, Jul 2014 - Legals July 18, 2014
NOTICE OF HEARING ON NAME CHANGE (Adult) Case No. CV14-5053 IN THE DISTRICT COURT FOR THE FIRST JUDICIAL DISTRICT FOR THE STATE OF IDAHO, IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF KOOTENAI IN RE: Kaitlyn Hankla A Petition to change the name of Kaitlyn Hankla, now residing in the City of Coeur d' Alene, State of Idaho, has been filed in the District Court in Kootenai County, Idaho. The name will change to Katlyn ...
28, Jul 2014 - Brewer: State to appeal ruling on school funding
Gov. Jan Brewer says the state will appeal a judge's ruling requiring payment to pay an inflation boost to funding for schools.
28, Jul 2014 - New Mexico boy, 12, to be sentenced in shooting
ROSWELL, N.M. — A 12-year-old boy who pleaded no contest to opening fire in a New Mexico middle school gym and injuring two students is scheduled to be sentenced. The boy is expected Wednesday to appear in court for the Jan. 14 shooting at a Roswell middle school. As a juvenile, he faces possible detention until he's 21 years old. However, KRQE-TV reports the boy's lawyers are asking that he be ...
28, Jul 2014 - Judge Stays Procter & Gamble Patent Case in Response to Patent Validity Challenges
United States District Court Judge Timothy S. Black has issued an Order staying the case of The Procter & Gamble Company vs. CAO Group, Inc. pending the outcome of a determinat
28, Jul 2014 - Sentences handed down in four cases
The Pike County District Attorney's Office said criminal sentencing has been completed for two Bushkill residents, one from Hawley and one from Dingmans Ferry.
28, Jul 2014 - Rome man sent to prison for selling bath salts
Nearly two years after the use of bath salts made headlines almost every day, the man responsible for distributing much of the synthetic drugs across Central New York was finally sent to prison Tuesday.
28, Jul 2014 - Injustice
Last year, the Arkansas Claims Commission voted unanimously to award Gyronne Buckley $460,000 for spending 11 years in prison on wrongful convictions. On July 8, a legislative panel reversed and dismissed the commission's award. Not complicated The crisis in the public school employee insurance system is complicated. The politics behind it are complicated. The solutions just passed by the ...
28, Jul 2014 - FRIDAY UPDATE: Appeals court dismisses Steward election appeal
The Kentucky Court of Appeals has dismissed Chris Steward's appeal regarding the results of the Democratic primary election for Barren County judge-executive.
28, Jul 2014 - Texas man gets 12 year sentence in fatal crash
FORT WORTH, Texas (AP) — A 24-year-old North Texas man with a prior drunken driving conviction and several counts of public intoxication has been sentenced to 12 years in prison on an intoxication manslaughter charge. Seth Michael Donnelly pleaded guilty Tuesday in the October 2012 death of 71-year-old Richard Franklin Lynn. He was sentenced Thursday. Police say Donnelly was driving about 90 mph ...
28, Jul 2014 - Mass. moves on abortion clinic bill: How is it different from buffer zone law? (+video)
The US Supreme Court last month struck down Massachusetts’ 35-foot buffer zones. A new bill allows police to order individuals to withdraw if they substantially impede access to an abortion clinic.
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