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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, Sep 2014 - Court rules against gay marriage bans in Wis., Ind.
A U.S. appeals court in Chicago has ruled that gay marriage bans in Wisconsin and Indiana are unconstitutional. Thursday's decision by a three-judge panel at the U.S. 7th Circuit Court of Appeals bumps the number of states where gay marriage will be legal from 19 to 21. The decision was unanimous. Dane County Clerk Scott McDonell called the court ruling against Wisconsin's marriage ban a victory ...
20, Sep 2014 - Fitch Rates Sales Tax Asset Receivable Corp. $2B Revenue Bonds 'AA+'; Outlook Stable
NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Fitch Ratings assigns an 'AA+' rating to the following bonds of the Sales Tax Asset Receivable Corporation (STAR Corporation): --$2 billion sales tax asset revenue bonds, fiscal 2015 series A. The bonds, which are being issued to redeem all outstanding sales tax asset revenue (STAR) bonds and to defease certain maturities of New York City Transitional Finance Authority ...
20, Sep 2014 - Police: Escaped school shooter captured
Authorities have apprehended the convicted killer of three Ohio high school students who escaped from prison.
20, Sep 2014 - Doctor convicted of giving wife drugs, leaving her to die in bathtub gets 17 years to life
Martin MacNeill enters the courtroom before his sentencing Friday, Sept. 19, 2014, in Provo, Utah. MacNeill, a Utah doctor convicted of killing his wife in a trial that became a national true-crime cable TV obsession has been sentenced to 17 years to life in prison.
20, Sep 2014 - Appeals court halts ruling that overturned Indiana gay marriage ban pending high court action
INDIANAPOLIS — Same-sex couples hoping to get married in Indiana will have to wait until the U.S. Supreme Court addresses the question of whether gay marriage bans are constitutional.
20, Sep 2014 - Unprecedented Verdict: Peanut Executive Guilty in Deadly Salmonella Outbreak
(CNN) — A federal jury in Georgia convicted a former peanut company owner Friday of conspiracy, fraud and other federal charges in a groundbreaking case stemming from a deadly salmonella outbreak almost six years ago. The guilty verdict marks the first federal felony conviction for a company executive in a food safety case. Prosecutor Michael […]
20, Sep 2014 - Attorney: CPD's drug lab caused my client to be charged with wrong crime
As investigators continue to re-test dozens of cases from the Columbia Police Department's drug lab, stories of past issues are coming to light.
20, Sep 2014 - South Dakota judge OKs blood evidence in fatal crash case
PICKSTOWN - A South Dakota judge will allow blood evidence to be part of the case against a driver who authorities say struck and killed two people in 2013.
20, Sep 2014 - Missouri executes man for 1998 double murder
A Missouri inmate was put to death Wednesday for killing two people during a restaurant robbery in 1998, the eighth execution in the state this year and the 10th since November.
20, Sep 2014 - Montana Legal Services Association awarded $141,000 innovation grant
The Montana Legal Services Association has been awarded a two-year, $141,000 grant to fund the Montana Pro Bono Connect project, an effort aimed at, among other things, using the internet to help lawyers donate their services remotely to low-income Montanans.
20, Sep 2014 - Attorney general touts experience of special prosecutor
The Hamilton County attorney who will oversee the Sept. 22 special Greene County grand jury deciding if crimes were committed Aug. 5 when Beavercreek police shot and killed a shopper inside Walmart has prosecuted several police officers. Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine said Tuesday that Mark Piepmeier presided over the grand jury process that indicted 47 of the 50 Lucasville prison riot ...
20, Sep 2014 - Florida officials moving forward with appeal of same sex marriage
Heather Records TALLAHASSEE, Fla., Sept. 4 (UPI) -- Officials in the state of Florida are moving forward with an appeal of a federal judge's ruling that said banning gay marriage in the state is unconstitutional.
20, Sep 2014 - Jonesboro man says son’s death was ‘awful mistake’
A Jonesboro man convicted of murder in the November 2012 death of his son said it was an “awful mistake” and asked for leniency in his sentencing Thursday.
20, Sep 2014 - Gov. Perry in New Hampshire During Arraignment Hearing
Texas governor Rick Perry has an arraignment hearing today for his two felony indictments handed down by a grand jury one week ago, but will not be in court. Instead the governor is scheduled to be in New Hampshire today, which is the site of the first presidential primary in 2016. His legal team is expected to appear in court on his behalf.
20, Sep 2014 - Dobias retires as Carbon DA
AMY MILLER/TIMES NEWS Carbon County District Attorney Gary Dobias, second from right, accepts a resolution honoring him from Carbon County Commissioners Thomas J. Gerhard, left; Wayne Nothstein, second from left; and William O'Gurek. Dobias retires Friday after 22 years as district attorney.
20, Sep 2014 - Lincoln man sentenced in child rape case
The Lincoln Journal Star reported that Albert Decoteau, 27, was sentenced Wednesday.
20, Sep 2014 - U.S. judge strikes down Florida gay marriage ban
A federal judge on Thursday declared Florida's ban on same-sex marriage unconstitutional, joining state judges in four counties who have sided with gay couples wishing to tie the knot.
20, Sep 2014 - The Wall Street Journal: Tesla wins direct-sale court battle in Massachusetts
Tesla Motors wins a court battle in Massachusetts that allows it to sell directly to consumers, but the electric car maker faces another battle in Georgia.
20, Sep 2014 - City Employees Return to Court Over Benefits
The basic elements of an overhaul of city health insurance and pension benefits got some changes this week at the Memphis City Council. And it looks l...
20, Sep 2014 - Detroit bankruptcy: Pivotal progress in trial's second week
A settlement on a regional authority to oversee water and sewer in southeast Michigan. A major deal between Detroit and its fiercest bankruptcy creditor. This was a game-changing week in the hearings on Detroit's attempt to emerge from the largest municipal bankruptcy in U.S. history.
20, Sep 2014 - Appeals court decides against same-sex marriage bans in Wisconsin, Indiana
The ruling from the U.S. 7th Circuit Court of Appeals moves the number of states same-sex marriage will be legal from 19 to 21
20, Sep 2014 - Landlord to pay $850K for discrimination
U.S. Attorney Steve Dettelbach reports Massillon-based landlord John L. Ruth has agreed to $850,000 in penalties for discrimination against blacks.
20, Sep 2014 - Iowa farming officials seek punishment for thieves
DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) _ Iowa farm officials are seeking to enforce a mandatory minimum sentence for the felony theft of livestock and crops.
20, Sep 2014 - Camp Security archaeological dig starts Monday
An archaeological dig started Monday morning to search for 18th century artifacts that could reveal more about the history of a Revolutionary War prison camp in Springettsbury Township.
20, Sep 2014 - Supreme Court puts pot questions back on ballot
High court overrules action by secretary of state
20, Sep 2014 - Driver charged in market crash denied lower bail
PATERSON, N.J. (AP) — A judge has refused to lower bail for the driver accused of causing a deadly crash at a New Jersey farmers market.
20, Sep 2014 - Doubts soften embrace of capital punishment in Texas
HUNTSVILLE — Perhaps nothing symbolizes this state’s swagger over being tough on crime like “Old Sparky,” an electric chair that was used to execute 361 inmates and is now the centerpiece of a prison
20, Sep 2014 - U.S. appeals court puts gay marriages on hold in Indiana
(Reuters) - A U.S. appeals court panel on Monday put same-sex marriages on hold in Indiana while the state appeals its ruling overturning a ban on gay nuptials to the U.S. Supreme Court. Indiana and Wisconsin both have asked the nation's highest court to uphold their respective bans in appeals from a 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruling earlier in September that overturned bans in both ...
20, Sep 2014 - Guilty verdict in peanut trial should send warning
ALBANY, Ga. (AP) — Food safety advocates say a guilty verdict in a rare federal food-poisoning trial should send a stern warning to others who may be tempted to place profits over people's welfare.
20, Sep 2014 - Humidity slows down Sacramento wildfire
Higher humidity Friday helped slow the growth of a massive Northern California wildfire that has forced some 2,800 to evacuate and likely burned homes, while a man accused of deliberately starting the blaze was set to appear in court.
20, Sep 2014 - Blade Runner: The Verdict
"48 Hours" goes inside the Oscar Pistorius case as experts and those closest to the Olympic sprinter react to a judge's ruling
DEAR ABBY: I lost my sister in a brutal murder several years ago. I was too emotionally upset to view her body or go to the trial. As a result of not having been physically connected to her passing, I have lacked closure all these years. I believe I am finally ready to face the reality and deal with it now. As part of the process of moving on, I would like to say goodbye to her at the last place ...
20, Sep 2014 - Ex-owner of Poconos resort ordered to pay back former employee pensions
By Joe McDonald SCRANTON Pa. (Reuters) - A federal judge on Tuesday ordered a former honeymoon resort owner in Pennsylvania's Pocono Mountains to pay more than $2 million for illegally dipping into his employees' pensions. Charles Poalillo Jr. was also given three years' probation but avoided prison time under the sentence handed down by U.S. Poalillo, 80, the former owner of Penn Hills Lodge in ...
20, Sep 2014 - Man gets 4 years for selling rental tools at flea market
A former Fisher man who admitted he rented tools from area businesses and then sold them at a flea market in northern Illinois has been sentenced to four years in prison. URBANA — A former Fisher man who admitted he rented tools from area businesses and then sold them at a flea market in northern Illinois has been sentenced to four years in prison. read more
20, Sep 2014 - Supreme Court case to shape Ferguson investigation
WASHINGTON (AP) — The moment Ferguson, Missouri, police officer Darren Wilson shot an unarmed teenager, a 25-year-old Supreme Court case became the prism through which his actions will be legally judged.
20, Sep 2014 - Centennial con man ordered to pay $5.6M and serve 8 years in prison
Jeffory Shields, who operated Genesis Natural Resources Group in Centennial, has been sentenced eight years in prison and ordered to pay $5.6 million in restitution after pleading guilty to two counts of securities fraud.
20, Sep 2014 - Alabama Supreme Court Ruling May Allow Brand-Name Drug Companies to be Sued over Injuries Caused by
The Alabama Supreme Court ruled that brand-name drug companies can be sued for injuries caused by its generic equivalent if the brand-name manufacturer made misleading or inaccurate claims about the drug, and those claims were relied upon by the injured person’s physician; this decision confirms the court’s previous ruling last year. (PRWeb September 10, 2014) Read the full story at http://www ...
20, Sep 2014 - How One Man Got Even With a Debt Collector... in Court
When Kevin Jones was hassled by debt collectors to pay a bill he didn't owe, he did more than tell them to get lost. He sued.
20, Sep 2014 - Arizona judge denies cameras in accused killer's court date; man pleads not guilty
An Arizona man charged in the disappearance and death of a preteen girl pleaded not guilty in court Friday.
20, Sep 2014 - Kane County state’s attorney to head prosecutor’s committee
Kane County State’s Attorney Joe McMahon will head a new statewide committee to develop best practices for evidence and investigations used by prosecutors across Illinois.
20, Sep 2014 - Massillon man gets maximum prison time for sex crime
A Massillon man received the maximum sentence of five years in prison for sexually abusing a child.
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