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20, Dec 2014 - Mental health court offers support while handling special cases
Specialized courts are designed to reduce repeat offenses as well as address the underlying causes of a defendant's behavior. More than 150 specialized dockets operate in Ohio, tackling drugs and alcohol, domestic violence and sex offenses as well as mental-health issues. Canton Municipal Court's Polaris Program recently was certified by the Ohio Supreme Court as a specialized docket.
20, Dec 2014 - Judge Orders Coast Guard To Maintain Oregon Helicopter Station
South Carolina Station Also To Remain Open Another Year The U.S. Coast Guard helicopter station in Newport, OR will remain open following a hearing in a lawsuit brought by Newport Fishermen's Wives. A Coast Guard station in Charleston, SC is also off the chopping block, at least for another year.
20, Dec 2014 - Former DBSI executive gets two months in prison
Bringhurst, 47, apologized and told the judge it was important for him to stand up and take responsibility for his actions. Click to Continue »
20, Dec 2014 - Barbara Scrivner’s long journey to clemency
Twenty years into her three-decade sentence for selling small amounts of meth, President Barack Obama had decided to let Scrivner out of prison, her lawyer told her in a brief and emotional phone call. She started to cry.
20, Dec 2014 - Man sentenced to 20 months in meth case
A 42-year-old man recently was sentenced to 20 months in prison for methamphetamine possession. Chad Gorrell also must complete 12 months of post release supervision after his prison sentence. He will serve his time with the Kansas Department of Corrections.
20, Dec 2014 - Justices reject Arizona bid over abortion drugs
The Supreme Court is refusing to allow Arizona to enforce stringent restrictions on drug-induced abortions while a challenge to those rules plays out in lower courts.
20, Dec 2014 - Genene Jones: ‘Angel Of Death’ Who Killed Up To 40 Infants Set To Go Free In 2017, New Effort U
Genene Jones killed as many as 40 infants in the 1980s and was sentenced to serve 99 years for her crime, but the serial killer known as the “Angel of Death” is set to walk free in less than four years due to overcrowding in Texas prisons. Jones, who has been denied parole several times, Genene Jones: ‘Angel Of Death’ Who Killed Up To 40 Infants Set To Go Free In 2017, New Effort Underway To ...
20, Dec 2014 - Child Abducted From Rogers Home Found Safe In Oklahoma
ROGERS (KFSM) – Authorities have found a two-year-old boy abducted from his Rogers home Thursday (Dec. 18) morning. Deputies in Atoka, Okla., found the boy safe and arrested the suspect Thursday afternoon, according to Rogers police. Police said someone who saw an Amber Alert issued earlier in the day for the missing boy called 911 and […]
20, Dec 2014 - New charge filed against former Utah AG John Swallow
SALT LAKE CITY — Prosecutors have filed a new charge against former Utah Attorney General John Swallow. On Thursday, the Salt Lake County District Attorney filed a second-degree felony charge of accepting a gift. He previously faced a similar charge. Read the new charging documents here: Swallow and former Utah Attorney General Mark Shurtleff face […]
20, Dec 2014 - 70-year-old murder conviction of executed SC 14-year-old overturned
In the atmosphere of the Jim Crow era, barely two months passed between Stinneys conviction in a Clarendon County courtroom and his execution in the electric chair. Click to Continue »
20, Dec 2014 - Suspect’s Own Letter Revives Case in New Milford Woman’s Shooting Death
Nicolas and Virginia Payne, of New Milford, Conn., react as they hold pictures of their slain daughter, Rebecca, outside a Suffolk Superior Courtroom in Boston, Monday, June 18, 2012, after Cornell Smith, 30, was arraigned on first-degree murder charges in her shooting death in her Boston apartment.
20, Dec 2014 - Amgen And Onyx Announce Detailed Results From Phase 3 ASPIRE Study Of Kyprolis® (Carfilzomib) In P
"Nearly all patients with multiple myeloma experience a relapse following treatment, underscoring the need for new options that not only extend the time patients live without their disease progressing, but also improve the depth and duration of a response to treatment," said Dr. Stewart. Results from the ASPIRE trial will form the basis for regulatory submissions throughout the world beginning ...
20, Dec 2014 - Redbirds' Lynch avoids fouls, stays on court
MURRAY, Ky. — There are two 1s on Reggie Lynch's statistics line this season. The 6-foot-10, 257-pound Illinois State sophomore center can easily explain his one assist.
20, Dec 2014 - OBN reacts to AG’s decision to sue Colorado over marijuana legalization
The Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics supports Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt’s decision to sue Colorado in an attempt to stop an unintended side effect of marijuana legalization: Colorado pot crossing state lines.
20, Dec 2014 - What they’re saying about former Lexington Co. Sheriff James Metts
Some of the reaction to James Metts resignation as sheriff and the judges decision that thwarted his attempt to plead guilty. Click to Continue »
20, Dec 2014 - Center City lawyer charged with having sex with 14-year-old girl
The traumatized girl in the Special Victims Unit in March described a sex-trafficking underworld that stretched from Germantown to Georgia.
20, Dec 2014 - Man convicted of murder seeks new trial
PROVO Utah (ABC 4 Utah) - Ramon Somoza wants a new trial. He is currently serving fifteen years to life after a jury found him guilty of murder in 2011.
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 - Police officers support repeal of death penalty
John Breckinridge, a retired police officer from Manchester, N.H., hasn't always been against the death penalty. In the months and years after he witnessed his partner slain in the line of duty, Breckinridge was as staunch a supporter of the death penalty as there could be. “I was pretty hardcore on board,” he said. “I wanted this guy dead.” Breckinridge was in Delaware as part of Death Penalty ...
20, Dec 2014 - Former Gwinnett Commissioner Shirley Lasseter released from federal prison to halfway house
Lasseter, sentenced in 2012 to 33 months in prison, was released from a facility in Florida this week and is believed to have relocated to a halfway house near Atlanta.
20, Dec 2014 - Virginia sexting laws under scrutiny
On Dec. 2, the Virginia State Crime Commission voted not to recommend any legislative changes to Virginia’s child pornography laws, which currently do not make any sentencing distinction between the professional production of child pornography and a teen boy asking his teen girlfriend for a nude photo.
20, Dec 2014 - 'The Good Wife': Good Law? - Season 6, Episode 10
As the mid-season finale of The Good Wife, "The Trial," features both an actual trial -- Cary's criminal conspiracy trial -- as well as the continuing trials and tribulations of Alicia's political campaign.
20, Dec 2014 - Maine welfare case to remain in state court
PORTLAND, Maine (AP) - A federal judge says that a case challenging Republican Gov. Paul LePage's policy on municipal welfare benefits for immigrants will stay in state court. LePage's administration had tried to have the case moved to federal court because it said that federal issues are involved. ...
20, Dec 2014 - Convicted Serial Rapist Asks Hawaii Judge For Death Penalty
Convicted Serial Rapist Asks Hawaii Judge For Death Penalty 'I Deserve The Death Sentence': Serial Rapist Asks Judge For Death Penalty 'I Don't Deserve Life': Convicted Serial Rapist Asks Judge For Death Penalty Convicted Serial Rapist Asks Hawaii Judge For Death Penalty Headlines Nation Has Been Optimized A Hawaii man who pleaded guilty to raping three women in Honolulu told a judge he believes ...
20, Dec 2014 - U.S. Supreme Court Won’t Stop Same-Sex Marriages In Florida, Licenses Could Be Issued January 5th
The U.S. Supreme Court on Friday refused to block gay marriages in Florida, the latest of about three dozen states allowing same-sex weddings.
20, Dec 2014 - Dancing behind bars: Rikers Island jail in NY hosts a special show by inmates
NEW YORK, N.Y. - Inmates at Rikers Island jail this week could have been forgiven for wondering if they were suddenly in an episode of "Orange Is the New Black."
20, Dec 2014 - Court: Great Lakes wolf hunt must stop
U.S. District Court rules that wolves still require endangered species protection
20, Dec 2014 - Holder to announce plan to target racial profiling
ATLANTA (AP) — Speaking at Ebenezer Baptist Church in Atlanta — the church where The Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. preached — U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder was to announce on Monday new Justice Depa
20, Dec 2014 - Woman who foiled abduction was ready for a fight
(AP Photo/Two Bridges Regional Jail). This undated booking photo released by the Two Bridges Regional Jail in Wiscasset, Maine, shows James Cavallaro of Bath, arrested after he attempted to grab a 2-year-old girl at the Maine State Museum Tuesday, Dec....
20, Dec 2014 - Sentence next in Grand Rapids-area fraud scheme
Federal prosecutors in Grand Rapids are recommending at least 30 years in prison for the leader of a multimillion-dollar scam.
20, Dec 2014 - Jackson man jailed for illegal turtle sales
By Kate White CHARLESTON, W.Va. - A federal judge said Monday he was especially concerned with the cruel way a Jackson County man treated wild Eastern box turtles and sentenced him to a month in prison. Thomas Pepin, of Ravenswood, previously pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor charge of unlawful transport and sale of wildlife. He sold about 300 turtles to out-of-state customers, depleting the ...
20, Dec 2014 - How Obama blatantly disregards the law
President Obama likes to claim he’s been forced into rogue executive actions, laying the blame on an intransigent Congress. In fact, his lawlessness is coldly calculated, dating back to his...
20, Dec 2014 - Not guilty plea in California missing family case
LOS ANGELES (AP) — A California man accused of killing his wife, abducting his sons and engaging police in a highway standoff acted in self-defense when his wife tried to stab him, his lawyer said Monday.
20, Dec 2014 - Supreme Court won't stop Fla. gay marriages
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. -- The U.S. Supreme Court on Friday refused to block gay marriages in Florida, the latest of about three dozen states allowing same-sex weddings.
20, Dec 2014 - San Francisco's Instant Tax lawsuit seeks full restitution for defrauded low-income filers
SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 20, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- San Francisco City Attorney Dennis Herrera has filed suit against an Oakland, Calif.-based franchisee of Instant Tax Service—an embattled company that was once the nation's fourth-largest tax preparation service—for a host of illegal business practices that defrauded low-income taxpayers throughout California. ...
20, Dec 2014 - Alleged victim files defamation suit against Bill Cosby in federal court
It seems as if every day brings another allegation that further dismantles Bill Cosby's image as the jovial, pudding-loving patriarch whose family-friendly brand of comedy tickled successive generations.
20, Dec 2014 - Feds: NY lawyer told of Ponzi ruse in suicide note
Authorities in New York City say they have arrested a lawyer whose attempted suicide revealed a $5 million Ponzi scheme in which he tried to defraud dozens of investors.
20, Dec 2014 - Lawrence woman, Atkins diet co-author sentenced to 41 months
KANSAS CITY, Kan. — A Kansas obesity specialist who co-authored the “Atkins Diabetes Revolution” has been sentenced to three years and five months in federal prison for tax evasion. The U.S. attorney’s office said Friday that 62-year-old Mary Vernon of Lawrence also was ordered Thursday to pay nearly $300,000 in restitution. Vernon was convicted earlier […]
20, Dec 2014 - North Carolina's vague cyberstalking law makes it difficult for victims
Crimes from behind the laptop by Erin Tracy-Blackwood I'm a domestic violence victim, and I never thought I would be," says 38-year-old Melanie Johnson as she details her cyberstalking experience to me. "People try to give unsolicited advice all the time — call the police, get a restraining order — like I haven't tried these things over and over again. It's just not as easy as everyone thinks ...
20, Dec 2014 - Judge bans company from selling to Iowans
The company has also been told to give refunds to customers who request them.
20, Dec 2014 - Va. crime panel backs cigarette retailer licensing
RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — The Virginia State Crime Commission has endorsed licensing of cigarette retailers as a way to combat illegal trafficking.
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