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06, Mar 2015 - First Slice 3/5/15: Former Grady executive gets prison for stealing cash from hospital
A former Grady Memorial Hospital official has been sentenced to seven years in prison for stealing $480,000 from the state's largest public-safety net hospital. Georgia GOP Chairman John Padgett, his wife, and his company are being accused of making "bigoted, racist, and sexist" remarks about employees of the ambulance company he owns.… [ Read more ] [ Subscribe to the comments on this story ]
06, Mar 2015 - Termination case dismissed due to employee's destruction of evidence
(2/13) A federal judge in Hawaii recently dismissed a case brought by a former Lockheed Martin employee who claimed he was constructively discharged after he complained about illegal gambling in the workplace. After finding that the employee destroyed relevant evidence in the case, the judge agreed with the employer that the case should be dismissed as a sanction.
06, Mar 2015 - Wal-Mart driver loses bid to delay Tracy Morgan crash suit
NEWARK, N.J. (AP) — A federal judge has ruled against a Wal-Mart driver involved in a crash that killed a comic and severely injured actor-comedian Tracy Morgan and several others.
06, Mar 2015 - Topekan Cathy Thomas booked into Shawnee County Jail after making alleged death threats towards jai
The mother of a man who committed suicide in the Shawnee County Jail more than one decade ago was arrested on Friday after allegedly making death threats to jail staff.
06, Mar 2015 - Murder suspect says jail too cold
JOLIET – The Will County jail is a cold place. So claims Jason M. Gonzalez, who has been held there for more than five years while awaiting trial on murder charges. Gonzalez, 28, filed a motion without his attorney last week asking to be transferred to another jurisdiction.
06, Mar 2015 - Patz trial the latest where mental illness clouds confession
FILE - In this Tuesday, May 16, 2006 file photo, Douglas Warney receives a hug from his father, David C. Warney, right, outside the State Supreme Court in Rochester, N.Y., free after spending 10 years in prison for a murder he did not commit.
06, Mar 2015 - Ex-middle school teacher convicted of child rape
NORTHAMPTON — A former Massachusetts middle school teacher has been sentenced to up to 18 years in prison for raping a young girl. James Parks was convicted Wednesday in Hampshire Superior Court of several charges, including three counts of child rape aggravated by age difference. The judge said she gave the 56-year-old Parks a severe sentence because "he clearly took advantage of a very young ...
06, Mar 2015 - New York Lawyer Edgar N. Romano Comments on Report Revealing Devastating Impact of ‘Reform’ on
The New York City workers’ compensation attorney at Pasternack Tilker Ziegler Walsh Stanton & Romano, L.L.P., says the system is tilted in favor of businesses and insurance companies, which is why injured workers should seek legal advice. (PRWeb March 06, 2015) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/workers-compensation/attorneys-ny/prweb12562718.htm
06, Mar 2015 - Judge refuses to lower Oakland man's $300K bail in marijuana, money-laundering case
Darren Richardson, 31, has been in Bergen County Jail since January — on what his friends and attorney called an excessive $300,000 bail — on numerous marijuana-related and money-laundering charges. A judge on Thursday refused to lower it.
06, Mar 2015 - Man convicted of perjury in murder trial
A man admits he lied on the stand in a 2012 murder trial. 
06, Mar 2015 - Carson says being gay is 'absolutely' a choice
Ben Carson says homosexuality is a choice because many people "go into prison straight -- and when they come out, they're gay." The neurosurgeon and potential Republican candidate for president in 2016 made the comment in an interview with CNN's Chris Cuomo that aired Wednesday on "New Day."
06, Mar 2015 - Thousands gather for slain US Muslim students
NORTH CAROLINA, USA – Thousands of people gathered Wednesday in Chapel Hill to mourn three Muslim students killed by an anti-religion gunman who shot them in the head execution style, rocking the tight-knit university town. Friends and family poured onto the University of North Carolina campus to remember ...
06, Mar 2015 - Convicted killer sentenced to death
A Stephens County man convicted of killing a Velma teenager has been sentenced to death Thursday.
06, Mar 2015 - Puerto Rico set for tougher debt struggle after court ruling
By Megan Davies and Nick Brown NEW YORK (Reuters) - Hopes of an orderly resolution to Puerto Rico's debt crisis suffered a heavy blow after a court voided the island's restructuring law, raising fears it may be heading for a longer, messier debt overhaul. Late on Friday a U.S. federal judge ruled that the U.S. commonwealth's so-called Recovery Act, which made some of Puerto Rico's agencies ...
06, Mar 2015 - Colorful 'body sculptor' due back in murder trial
PHILADELPHIA (AP) — A Gothic hip hop artist and former escort service madam has offered a mix of fawning, fiery and flirtatious testimony at her trial in the death of a young London dancer who received illegal buttocks injections.
06, Mar 2015 - Prosecution rests in trial of man with 5 bodies in yard
WILKES-BARRE, Pa. (AP) — A man charged with killing a Pennsylvania pharmacist and the pharmacist's girlfriend used plastic ties to restrain a jeweler during a 2003 home invasion and robbery — the same kind prosecutors say he had used to strangle his victims months earlier.
06, Mar 2015 - Family upset that teen driver didn't get any jail time
Peggy Bell addressed Licking County's Juvenile Court on Feb. 6 with both sadness and anger.
06, Mar 2015 - A sneak peek at Jodi Arias' eventual prison home
Jodi Arias looks at gallery in Maricopa County Superior Court in Phoenix, Wednesday, February 25, 2015, during defense closing arguments in the sentencing phase retrial of Arias.
06, Mar 2015 - Teen Pleads Guilty To Manslaughter In Death Of 4-Year-Old Ariel Russo
A judge gave a teenager accused of striking and killing a 4-year-old with an SUV a third chance to accept or reject a plea deal.
06, Mar 2015 - Cop acquitted in fatal beanbag shooting of WWII vet
MARKHAM, Ill. — The judge was only halfway through his ruling Wednesday when it became clear that Park Forest Police Officer Craig Taylor would not be held criminally responsible for firing beanbag rounds at a knife-wielding World War II veteran who died hours later of internal bleeding.
06, Mar 2015 - US Army approves sex change treatment for jailed soldier
The US Army has approved sex change treatment for transsexual soldier Bradley (Chelsea) Manning who is serving a 35-year prison term for leaking classified information to WikiLeaks, the USA Today newspaper reported.
06, Mar 2015 - Sentencing delayed for Pinson, others
Sentencing hearings for former South Carolina State University officials and their co-defendants will be delayed.
06, Mar 2015 - 2Morrow recruiting for second clinical trial of smoking cessation app program with employers
2Morrow is embarking on a second study for a smoking cessation smartphone app it created with the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Center. It follows a clinical trial last year that showed...
06, Mar 2015 - Afternoon Shift Week in Review: Runoff races, Homan Square, and Derrick Rose
    Week in Review: Runoff races, Homan Square, and Derrick Rose We talk about all the week’s top headlines in Chicago news. We discuss the city’s first mayoral runoff race as well as the 19 aldermanic runoffs. We take a look at the controversy over the Chicago Police Department’s so-called “Black Site.” Plus, Derrick Rose’s recent knee injury is keeping him off the court momentarily, but after ...
06, Mar 2015 - Gay Marriage Cleared by U.S. High Court to Start in Alabama
In a 7-2 order, the justices rejected Alabama’s bid to stop a federal trial judge’s legalization order from taking effect Monday. Justices Antonin Scalia and Clarence Thomas dissented. The rebuff brings gay marriage to a state whose chief justice, Roy Moore, has told officials not to comply. The Alabama request was the first to reach the high court since its Jan. 16 decision to take up the issue.
06, Mar 2015 - Trial begins for bar owner charged in singer's death
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — The trial has begun for a Middle Tennessee bar owner charged with killing country singer-songwriter Wayne Mills. The Tennessean reports (http://tnne.ws/1aLoJSn) prosecutors and defense attorneys both agree that bar owner Chris Ferrell shot the musician in 2013, but they described different events leading up to the death. Ferrell, who is charged with second-degree murder ...
06, Mar 2015 - New Data Reveals Human Trafficking Remains Prevalent in Tennessee
More cases of human trafficking reported in Tennessee than Arkansas and Mississippi combined. by Louis Goggans Laron Matlock smiled and blew a kiss to his family shortly before being sentenced to 15 years in prison for sex trafficking last Thursday. From July to August 1st, 2012, Matlock benefited financially from forcing and coercing a 16-year-old girl to work as a prostitute in Memphis and ...
06, Mar 2015 - Judge approves settlement allowing return of some Mexicans expelled from California
By Marty Graham SAN DIEGO (Reuters) - A court ruling clears the way for hundreds and perhaps thousands of immigrants improperly expelled to Mexico from Southern California to be allowed to return to seek legal U.S. residency, an official with a civil rights group said on Saturday. Attorneys from the American Civil Liberties Union contended in a lawsuit on behalf of roughly 10 plaintiffs expelled ...
06, Mar 2015 - Bill aims to stop gender bias in workers’ compensation claims
The Women’s Caucus of the California Applicants’ Attorneys Association and Assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez, D-San Diego, announced legislation to help eliminate bias against women in workers’ compensation insurance cases on March 4.
06, Mar 2015 - Ex-day care providers claim juror misconduct
Former Hamilton County home day care providers Daniel and Saundra Wahl have filed two separate briefs with the Indiana Court of Appeals alleging their trial was tainted by juror misconduct, Call 6 Investigator Kara Kenney reported.
06, Mar 2015 - Mistrial Declared In Jodi Arias Case
Mistrial declared in Jodi Arias case after jury deadlocks on sentence for convicted murderer.
06, Mar 2015 - Co-defendant in Utah smoke shop murder case gets probation
The man whom police pegged as the getaway driver in a fatal 2012 shooting at a Salt Lake City smoke shop was sentenced for his role on Wednesday, but isn't headed to prison. Instead, Vladimir Suarez-Campos will spend six years on probation - a deal ...
06, Mar 2015 - Indian workers win $14 million in U.S. labour trafficking case
A New Orleans jury on Wednesday awarded $14 million to five Indian men who were lured to the United States and forced to work under inhumane conditions after Hurricane Katrina by a U.S. ship repair firm and its codefendants. After a four-week trial, the U.S. District Court jury ruled that Alabama-based Signal International was guilty of labour trafficking, fraud, racketeering and discrimination ...
06, Mar 2015 - Innocence Project inspires others to work against wrongful convictions
Alan Crotzer, who spent more than 24 years in prison for rape, kidnapping and robbery before being proven innocent in 2006 at age 45, speaks at the Levin College of Law on Monday.
06, Mar 2015 - U.S. court restores $18 million award to man freed in NYC rape case
By Jonathan Stempel NEW YORK (Reuters) - A federal appeals court on Thursday restored an $18 million jury verdict against New York City and in favor of a man who sued after spending 22 years behind bars for a rape he did not commit. The 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals said the city intentionally or recklessly deprived Alan Newton of his due process rights by taking more than a decade to locate ...
06, Mar 2015 - Kansas judge files suit challenging 2014 judiciary changes
Judge Larry T. Solomon of Kingman County filed a lawsuit Wednesday challenging a law that changes the way chief judges in the district courts are selected. The suit, which is backed by the New York-based Brennan Center for Justice, alleges lawmakers were retaliating against the Kansas Supreme Court for its decision in a school finance case. By Peter Hancock
06, Mar 2015 - Judge recommends $58k in fines for David Rivera
News Service of Florida: An administrative law judge Thursday said former state House budget chief David Rivera should pay nearly $58,000 in fines and restitution in a long-running ethics case. Judge W. David Watkins found last year that Rivera, R-Miami, improperly received state travel reimbursements and did not adequately …
06, Mar 2015 - Nick Gordon summoned to appear in court
Bobbi Kristina Brown's partner, Nick Gordon, has been summoned to appear in court to answer charges of reckless driving.
06, Mar 2015 - Flights canceled, traffic slowed because of freezing rain
DALLAS (AP) — Freezing rain affected travel in nearly half of Texas on Monday, and winter storm warnings were issued in the northern part of the state.
06, Mar 2015 - Shellfish poacher sentenced to 5 ½ years in prison
The Washington state Fish and Wildlife Department says the former owner of a Jefferson County shellfish company has been sentenced to 5 ½ years in prison for poaching more than $2 million worth of oysters and clams from state beaches.
06, Mar 2015 - Chelan burglar sent for in-prison rehab
Feb. 14, 2015, 1:09 p.m. WENATCHEE — A Wenatchee man admitted Wednesday to burglarizing a Chelan restaurant and was sentenced to a prison term that will include treatment for his drug addiction.
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