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22, Oct 2014 - Charge dropped against former lawmaker
A former Florida lawmaker won't face prosecution for violating the state's open-meetings laws after a judge ruled Tuesday that applying the law to a private citizen could violate a constitutional right to free speech.
22, Oct 2014 - Renovations to Bell County Central Jail to be finished soon
The $5.7 million renovations to the Bell County Central Jail are expected to wrap up by January 2015.
22, Oct 2014 - County wants valley property, to owner’s dismay
County supervisors moved ahead last month with plans to assume ownership of a tract of land near San Geronimo Creek, a 7.2-acre parcel owned by a convicted marijuana grower who built a real estate empire across northern California and watched it crumble from behind bars in federal prison. Joshua Lonetree...
22, Oct 2014 - WASHINGTON — Despite years of diplomacy and a CIA operation to vet and train moderate rebels, the
DUBLIN — Sinn Fein party leader Gerry Adams denied new accusations Thursday that he concealed child-abuse crimes within his own secretive movement, this time allegedly committed by a Belfast officer of the outlawed Irish Republican Army.
22, Oct 2014 - Florida man gets life in prison for teen's killing in dispute over loud music outside store
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) - Florida man gets life in prison for teen's killing in dispute over loud music outside store.
22, Oct 2014 - U.S. District Court Grants Covidien Preliminary Injunction against Ethicon’s Harmonic ACE®+7
Covidien plc today announced that the U.S. District Court for the District of Connecticut has granted a preliminary injunction against Ethicon Endo-Surgery, Inc., a Johnson & Johnson company.
22, Oct 2014 - Coombs Sentenced for Running Wexford County Drug House
The woman who admitted to maintaining a drug house in Wexford County has been charged for the crime. Kayci-Jo Coombs pleaded guilty last month to maintaining a drug house. 
22, Oct 2014 - Eric Holder To Step Down As Attorney General
This post was last updated at 4:44 p.m. ET. Eric Holder Jr., the nation's first black U.S. attorney general, will resign his post after a tumultuous tenure marked by civil rights advances, national security threats, reforms to the criminal justice system and 5 1/2 years of fights with Republicans in Congress. President Obama said on Thursday that Holder, 63, intends to leave the Justice ...
22, Oct 2014 - Child Killer Seeks Prison Release
The 40-year-old case of a Polk County child killer will be reviewed by a Tallahassee-based commission today to consider his tentative release date, which is less than three months away.
22, Oct 2014 - Judge orders company to keep shipping servicemembers’ cars
A company contracted to ship servicemembers’ vehicle has been ordered to continue to do so despite its attempt to back out of its commitments.
22, Oct 2014 - Judge Rules on Hearsay Evidence in Cutler Trial
DECATUR-They're the statements that give a voice to a dead woman. Normally, they're not admitted in trial.
22, Oct 2014 - Ex-probation chief, 2 others seek new trial
BOSTON — Former Massachusetts probation commissioner John O'Brien and two deputies are set to argue before a federal judge that their convictions in a job-rigging case should be thrown out or a new trial ordered. O'Brien was convicted in July of racketeering and mail fraud in a case that focused attention on the patronage culture in state government. Elizabeth Tavares also was convicted of ...
22, Oct 2014 - Saratoga Springs one of four potential prison sites, but not interested
Private property in Saratoga Springs is one of four sites being considered for a new prison to replace the aging facility at...
22, Oct 2014 - Supreme Court Takes Alaska Marriage Equality Off Ice
With the Supreme Court's refusal to put Alaska marriage equality on hold, same-sex couples may now resume applying for marriage licenses. read more
22, Oct 2014 - Former Ashippun man gets prison for 5th OWI offense
JUNEAU -- A 44-year-old former Ashippun man has been sentenced to five years in the Wisconsin State Prison system after he was found guilty of a felony OWI charge.
22, Oct 2014 - Fla. man gets life in prison in loud music killing
A Florida man convicted of first-degree murder for fatally shooting a teenager in an argument over loud music outside a Jacksonville convenience store was sentenced Friday to life in prison without parole.
22, Oct 2014 - Nurse guilty of assisting suicides gets jail time
FARIBAULT — A former nurse in Minnesota who admitted to going online years ago and preying upon suicidal people — encouraging two to take their lives — must serve 178 days in jail as part of a sentenc
22, Oct 2014 - Pastor accused of affairs temporarily banned
(AP Photo/Jay Reeves). In this image taken from video, Rev. (AP Photo/Jay Reeves). Montgomery County Circuit Judge Charles Price listens to arguments during a hearing about the future of Shiloh Missionary Baptist Church in Montgomery, Ala., on Thursday, Oct. 16, 2014.
22, Oct 2014 - Wyoming attorney general says gay marriages can begin on Tuesday
By Dan Whitcomb (Reuters) - Gay marriages can begin in Wyoming on Tuesday after the state files a formal notice that it will not appeal a judge's order overturning a ban on same-sex matrimony, the state's attorney general said on Monday. U.S. District Judge Scott Skavdahl struck down Wyoming's gay marriage ban last week, finding that it violated the U.S. Constitution, but stayed his ruling until ...
22, Oct 2014 - County off list for new prison
Tooele County is off the list of potential Utah State Prison relocation sites. Last week the state legislature’s prison relocation commission dropped the two undisclosed sites that they were considering from Tooele County. The county sites scored poorly in proximity, utilities and community acceptance, according to Sen. Jerry Stevenson, R-Layton, co-chair of the prison relocation […]
22, Oct 2014 - Same-sex marriage opens door to divorce, too
INDIANAPOLIS - Before Oct. 6, same-sex couples who were married in other states but sought to get divorced in Indiana were stuck. Indianapolis family law attorney Kathy Harmon said a handful of those couples had contacted her office, asking what they could do to get divorced.
22, Oct 2014 - Trial starts in slaying of 15-year-old near Linden-McKinley
Witnesses will identify Jesean M. Callender as the teenager who fatally shot a 15-year-old boy during a gang dispute near Linden-McKinley STEM Academy, a prosecutor told jurors this morning as Callender’s murder trial began in adult court. Callender, 17, fired a 9mm handgun into a crowd gathered for a fight in an alley behind 2055 Cleveland Ave., killing Kaewaun D. Coleman on Jan. 17, 2013 ...
22, Oct 2014 - Missing son in Oviedo homicide case found in Maryland
As the search ended Tuesday for the 20-year-old Oviedo man who went missing after his mother was found dead in their home, court records emerged detailing his struggle with mental illness, drugs and crime.
22, Oct 2014 - Man takes plea deal in stepson's death
A central Florida man has been sentenced to 40 years in prison for killing his infant stepson.
22, Oct 2014 - Women suffer disproportionately under harsh California laws
She’s probably told her story thousands of times, but when we talk, Susan Burton’s tale comes spilling out of her as if it’s the first time she’s shared it: in and out of prison for years for possessing small amounts of crack cocaine, never offered drug diversion or help...
22, Oct 2014 - New Mexico tribe can't get a new gambling compact
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) - A federal judge in Albuquerque ruled Friday against a New Mexico tribe trying to obtain a new gambling compact from the Interior Department.
22, Oct 2014 - Revere, Suffolk Downs workers sue over casino
BOSTON — The city of Revere and a union representing Suffolk Downs workers have sued the Massachusetts Gaming Commission, which awarded a coveted Boston-area casino license to rival Wynn Resorts in nearby Everett. The lawsuit Thursday says the commission gave Wynn an unfair advantage in its decision last month and violated the state's gambling law. It asks the court to void the decision.
22, Oct 2014 - Court Rules Cell Phones Can’t Be Used For Tracking Without Warrant
Florida's highest court said Thursday police in Florida have no right to use a cell phone to track someone's movements without a warrant.
22, Oct 2014 - Inmate, 45, dies in hospital psychiatric unit
Authorities say a 45-year-old prison inmate who was in a Carson City hospital psychiatric unit has died of a medical condition.
22, Oct 2014 - Clinton, Christie lend clout to Pennsylvania race
A Florida man convicted of first-degree murder for fatally shooting a teenager in an argument over loud music outside a Jacksonville convenience store was sentenced Friday to life in prison without parole.
22, Oct 2014 - Police break up $39,000 'Molly' deal in Northeast Baltimore
Four kilograms of the party drug "Molly" were seized when authorities broke up a drug deal in the parking lot behind a Northeast Baltimore restaurant on Friday, court records show.
22, Oct 2014 - Baltimore judge takes temporary suspension by consent
Baltimore City Circuit Court Judge Lynn Stewart Mays has consented to a five-day suspension without pay for what judicial-conduct investigators called her “sarcastic, embarrassing, demeaning, humiliating and mocking” behavior toward a criminal defendant, his fiancée and a defense attorney.
22, Oct 2014 - Court: Arizona medical marijuana law doesn't provide DUI immunity
Arizona residents who have medical marijuana cards that allow them to legally smoke pot can still be prosecuted for driving under the influence in the state, an appeals court ruled Tuesday.
22, Oct 2014 - Senate candidates debate terrorism, campaign ads and Ebola
SIOUX CITY | U.S. Senate candidates Joni Ernst and Bruce Braley in a debate Thursday each said they don't like the slew of negative campaign ads being broadcast this election cycle but disagreed on whether changes must be pursued.
22, Oct 2014 - U.S. Supreme Court Court Halts Wis. Voter ID Law; Texas Law Overturned
The court told Wisconsin it may not implement its law requiring voters to present photo IDs. In Texas, a federal judge struck down that state's ID law, saying it discriminates against minority voters.
22, Oct 2014 - Schools police officer sentenced to prison in drug conspiracy
A Baltimore City school police officer was sentenced to two years in prison on Friday after pleading guilty in a federal crack cocaine case.
22, Oct 2014 - Prosecutor wants 10 years in prison for Pistorius
The chief prosecutor in the Oscar Pistorius trial urged the judge on Friday to send the Olympic athlete to prison for at least 10 years, calling it the minimum acceptable term and noting the horrific nature of the shooting...
22, Oct 2014 - Forest Place arsonist gets 16-year federal sentence
Federal Judge Billy Roy Wilson today sentenced Lacey Rae Moore to 16 years in federal prison for setting fires at the Forest Place Apartments , one of which destroyed a building. She also was ordered to make $12.5 million in restitution, likely a symbolic judgment. Wilson sentenced Moore, 44, who had pleaded guilty, to nine years on one count and seven on another, to be served consecutively ...
22, Oct 2014 - Judge reviews mental state of stabbing suspect, 12
MILWAUKEE (AP) — A Wisconsin judge is expected to decide Wednesday whether the second of two 12-year-old girls charged with stabbing a classmate to please the fictional horror character Slender Man is fit to stand trial.
22, Oct 2014 - Was pregnancy rumor a factor in killing of Riverton girl?
The teen accused in the death of Anne Kasprzak has been extradited back to Utah. New court documents provide a glimpse into...
22, Oct 2014 - Pullman arsonist sentenced to four years, ordered to pay $4 million - Tue, 21 Oct 2014 PST
The 33-year-old apprentice plumber who admitted to burning down several buildings of a Pullman apartment complex under construction in July 2013 will spend a little more than four years in prison and pay more than $4.7 million in restitution, a federal judge ruled Tuesday.
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