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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
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20, Dec 2014 - New York AG asks to be appointed special prosecutor for cop-related civilian deaths
Aileen Graef NEW YORK, Dec. 9 (UPI) -- New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman has requested to be appointed as the special prosecutor in a probe of civilian deaths at the hands of police.
20, Dec 2014 - Ex-MBN director Marshall Fisher picked to lead Mississippi Department of Corrections
Marshall Fisher  JACKSON, Mississippi -- A former head of the Mississippi Bureau of Narcotics is set to become the new leader of the state Department of Corrections. Marshall Fisher will take over a prison system that has been rocked by...
20, Dec 2014 - Prosecutor's use of "Dixie" song spurs appeal
BOISE, Idaho (AP) — Defense attorneys have filed an appeal claiming a man convicted of lewd conduct in Idaho should get a new trial because they say a prosecutor introduced racism into the case by quoting lyrics from the song "Dixie" in her closing argument.
20, Dec 2014 - Can an inmate run a business from prison?
SPOKANE, Wash. - On Tuesday we reported on a property on W. 9th Ave. in the lower South Hill that had been condemned by the fire marshal and the tenants were vacated. The property owner is Arlin Jordin who is currently serving a rape sentence in the Washington State Penitentiary. We began to investigate whether an offender is able to run a business from prison.
20, Dec 2014 - St. Charles man guilty of fraud, tax evasion
A St. Charles man who operated at least two companies in Aurora pleaded guilty Thursday in federal court to wire fraud and tax evasion, according...
20, Dec 2014 - Judge overrules plea deal, gives Sumas ‘zoophile’ more jail time
A man convicted of letting an English tourist have sex with his mastiff can no longer own dogs and must serve three months in jail, a Whatcom County judge ruled… Click to Continue »
20, Dec 2014 - Judge declines to halt Oregon GMO ballot measure certification
Backers of Oregon's measure to require labeling of genetically modified foods have lost a court fight they hoped would help them garner enough votes to pass the measure in an ongoing recount of ballots.
20, Dec 2014 - High cost of death penalty could affect its future in Nevada
Nevada’s criminal justice system spends nearly twice as much handling death penalty cases compared with murder cases where capital punishment isn’t sought ...
20, Dec 2014 - Two attorneys nominated to fill district judge vacancy
CEDAR RAPIDS — A Cedar Rapids attorney and an Iowa City attorney were selected Wednesday by the 6th Judicial District Nominating Commission as nominees to replace Judge Nancy Baumgartner who will retire at the end of December. The nominees, Christopher Bruns of Cedar Rapids, and Chad Kepros of North Liberty, will be forwarded to Gov. Terry Branstad, who will appoint one as the next district ...
20, Dec 2014 - Murder at Virginia Union stole brilliant future of student, condemned shooter to prison
Two unrelated young men borne into homelessness who shared the same last name but whose paths took vastly different turns met in a Richmond courtroom today.
20, Dec 2014 - Texas plans to execute inmate lawyers say is delusional
The case of a Texas death row inmate is raising questions about the legality of executing the mentally ill. Convicted of murdering his in-laws in 1995, Scott Panetti is a diagnosed paranoid schizophrenic who his lawyers say is showing increasingly delusional behavior.
20, Dec 2014 - Cleanup crew finds body in NW Missouri ditch
ST. JOSEPH, Mo. — Northwest Missouri authorities have identified a person whose body was found in a drainage ditch by a prison work crew as Michael J. Silvy. The Buchanan County crew found the 33-year-old man’s body Monday while doing trash pickup near Interstate 229 in southern St. Joseph. Police Capt. Jeff Wilson says Silvy […]
20, Dec 2014 - Regulators, groups eye EPA rule on coal ash
The nation's first regulation to deal with the country's second-largest industrial waste stream, coal ash, means operators...
20, Dec 2014 - Westchester Elder Law Attorney Anthony J. Enea Addresses Importance of Long-Term Planning for Senio
Elder law attorney Anthony J. Enea, managing partner at Enea, Scanlan & Sirignano, LLP in White Plains and Somers, N.Y., recently addressed the critical importance of long-term planning for seniors at an evening program for the Estate Planning Council of New York City. Enea, past chair of the New York State Bar Association’s Elder Law Section, advises seniors to take a proactive role in planning ...
20, Dec 2014 - 3 men face prison terms for deadly botched robbery that used strippers
Three men will face life in prison when they’re sentenced in January for a fatal shooting during a botched armed robbery that involved a pair of strippers, Sacramento County prosecutors said.
20, Dec 2014 - Dawn Patrol: Judy Baar Topinka dies; Cubs get Jon Lester
Public funding wish kills downtown Buffalo Grove plan. Cubs reportedly sign Jon Lester to $155M deal. Kane prosecutor pleased with new suspect lineup law. Ukrainian journalists visiting suburbs as part of Palatine trip. Kenyon elected Kane forest president amid political wrangling. Third defendant sentenced in killing of widower. Objection filed against Hoffman Estates candidate. Three targeted ...
20, Dec 2014 - Couple Who Forced 5-Year-Old To Drink So Much Soda It Killed Her Is Sentenced
Tennessee Couple Gets 35 Years For Forcing 5-Year-Old To Drink So Much Soda It Killed Her Couple Who Forced 5-Year-Old To Drink So Much Soda It Killed Her Is Sentenced Tennessee Couple Sentenced After Their Unusual Punishment Led To 5-Year-Old's Death Tennessee Couple Gets 35 Years For Forcing 5-Year-Old To Drink So Much Soda It Killed Her Headlines Nation Weird News Has Been Optimized A ...
20, Dec 2014 - Judge Approves Class-Action Lawsuit Against Women's Prison in Fluvanna
A lawsuit filed on behalf of four inmates alleging cruel and unusual punishment at the Fluvanna Correctional Center for Women has been certified as a class-action lawsuit.
20, Dec 2014 - Rhode Island changes rules for judicial nominees
Rhode Island residents will be given a chance to comment before the state interviews judicial candidates for the Family and District courts.
20, Dec 2014 - Man gets life in Brunswick County slaying
BOLIVIA, N.C. (AP) — A Brunswick County man will serve life in prison without parole for the slaying of a man in Leland earlier this year.
20, Dec 2014 - Google sues to stop Hollywood threats
Major Hollywood studios have led a quiet campaign with Mississippi's attorney general to slam Google with lawsuits for linking to illegal content. Now Google is striking back.
20, Dec 2014 - Trial proceedings begin in Tama slaying case
Trial proceedings have begun in Iowa for a man charged with first-degree murder in connection with the 2013 death of his wife.
20, Dec 2014 - Herhold: Ferguson case calls to mind a San Jose shooting from 2004
A decade before Darren Wilson shot an unarmed Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri, a state drug agent fatally shot a fleeing man in the back in downtown San Jose. In a trial late the next year, that agent, Michael Walker, was acquitted. The verdict ignored common sense.
20, Dec 2014 - 1,000 Words: The innocent man
Kwame Ajamu didn't kill anybody. But he spent 27 years in prison for murder anyway.
20, Dec 2014 - Hawaiian driver who killed Wash. state woman gets 20 years
A 30-year-old Micronesian man with a history of driving while intoxicated has been sentenced to 20 years in prison for a 2012 crash on Maui that killed a Washington state woman.
20, Dec 2014 - Special counsel: McCaffery was only state Supreme Court judge to send porn emails
An investigation of emails exchanged between Pennsylvania's Supreme Court and attorney general's office found that retired Justice Seamus McCaffery was the only judge who forwarded improper or pornographic messages, according to a report released Friday.
20, Dec 2014 - Prosecutors ask judge to reverse order freeing man accused of being Islamic State recruit
Federal prosecutors are asking a Minnesota judge to reconsider his release of a man accused of trying to travel to Syria to join the Islamic State group.
20, Dec 2014 - Judge puts brakes on EPA’s action against Alaska’s Pebble Mine
A federal judge has issued a preliminary injunction blocking the Environmental Protection Agency from taking action against a massive Alaska mining project that the agency says could be catastrophic for… Click to Continue »
20, Dec 2014 - Man receives 240-year prison sentence
An East Texas man received a 240-year sentence after pleading guilty to multiple counts of possession of child pornography charges.
20, Dec 2014 - 3 Jeff Davis County men sentenced to life in prison
Three Jefferson Davis County found guilty on a multi-count indictment on federal drug charges were sentenced to life in prison today in Hattiesburg.
20, Dec 2014 - NY court: Chimps don't have same rights as humans
A New York appeals court says a chimpanzee isn't entitled to the rights of a human and doesn't have to be freed by its owner.
20, Dec 2014 - U.S. judge rejects HP settlement in Autonomy shareholder case
By Dan Levine SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - A federal judge on Friday rejected Hewlett-Packard Co's proposed settlement of shareholder litigation involving the information technology company's botched acquisition of Autonomy Plc. U.S. District Judge Charles Breyer in San Francisco wrote that the settlement may not have been fair for shareholders because it broadly released HP from liability for ...
20, Dec 2014 - Testimony from the late Steve Jobs to be heard in 10-year-old Apple lawsuit over iTunes, iPods
SAN FRANCISCO - A billion-dollar class-action lawsuit over Apple's iPod music players heads to trial on Tuesday in a California federal court after nearly a decade in legal wrangling.
20, Dec 2014 - Prosecutors lobby to keep man who raped six Akron women behind bars
AKRON, Ohio- The Summit County Prosecutor’s Office is trying to keep a convicted rapist behind bars. Willie Lagway was sentenced to a maximum of 375 years in prison for his 1983 crime spree. He has a parole board hearing scheduled for February, but the prosecutor’s office wants help keeping Lagway in prison. “Wille Lagway should […]
20, Dec 2014 - Courthouse bans NFL gear during Hernandez trial
FALL RIVER, Mass. (AP) — The Massachusetts judge overseeing former New England Patriots star Aaron Hernandez's murder trial has banned all NFL gear from the courthouse once the trial starts.
20, Dec 2014 - Man gets 16 years in woman's 2011 killing
A judge has sentenced a Fort Wayne man to 16 years in prison after he admitted to killing a woman whose body was dumped in a northeastern Indiana lake.
20, Dec 2014 - Commissioners to fix smell, buy land
Hale County commissioners moved to fix the stink, as the court unanimously voted Monday to approval a proposal to renovate a vent system at the Hale County jail during their regular session.
20, Dec 2014 - Target ruling raises stakes for cybersecurity vigilance
A Minnesota court may set a chilling new precedent for retailers with its ruling that Target could be sued for failing to adequately defend against last year's massive data breach.
20, Dec 2014 - Apple trial may have new plaintiff
OAKLAND, California (AP) — A Massachusetts ice skater emerged Tuesday as the potential new representative for plaintiffs in a billion-dollar class-action lawsuit over Apple's iTunes software a…
20, Dec 2014 - Arms dealer associate in NY gets 5 years in prison
NEW YORK (AP) — A Syrian associate of international arms dealer Viktor Bout who served in the U.S. Army was sentenced Thursday to five years in prison on conspiracy and wire fraud charges.
20, Dec 2014 - After nine months of paid leave, former top deputy in A.G.'s office gets fired
After nearly nine months of getting paid an estimated $100,000 not to come to work, Kirk Torgensen, the former No. 2 in the Utah attorney general's office, was fired Friday - six days before Christmas. "As of today, Kirk Torgensen is no longer employ...
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