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04, Mar 2015 - NY Judge Slams Wells Fargo For Forging Documents... And Why Nothing Will Change
Bankruptcy judge Robert Drain of the New York Southern District has long been one of the more fascinating litigators at One Bowling Green. However, until today we though that his often outspoken style is reserved for his career caseload, which includes among it Delphi, Hostess, and RCN; little did we know that Drain is also an activist on par with the infamous Jed Rakoff (author of the infamous ...
04, Mar 2015 - University of Montana rape trial delayed 2nd time
The trial of a former University of Montana student accused of rape has been delayed a second time, after a juror revealed too much information about the defendant's criminal history during voir dire Monday morning. 
04, Mar 2015 - Experts: Insanity case as in 'American Sniper' hard to win
(AP Photo/The Dallas Morning News, Michael Ainsworth, Pool). Former Marine Cpl. Eddie Ray Routh stands during his capital murder trial at the Erath County, Donald R. Jones Justice Center in Stephenville Texas, on Tuesday, Feb. 24, 2015. Routh, 27, of L...
04, Mar 2015 - New Mexico man settles solitary confinement federal lawsuit
A lawyer for 51-year-old Jerome Gonzales announced Wednesday that his client settled his lawsuit with Otero County, which alleged that Gonzales was forced to stay in a cell for months with no toilet or proper bed, for $2.9 million.
04, Mar 2015 - Pa. Superior Court says judge miscalculated restitution in Veon case
HARRISBURG — A former state House Democratic leader serving a prison term for corruption lost his latest appeal, but may have a won a reduction ...
04, Mar 2015 - Hundreds of inmates relocated after Texas prison uprising
(Reuters) - More than 300 inmates from a Texas federal prison damaged in an uprising were relocated on Sunday and hundreds more were to be moved later in the day, according to the private contractor that operates the prison. The inmates at the Willacy County Correctional Center in Raymondville, Texas, were being transferred to other U.S. Bureau of Prisons facilities in a process that will ...
04, Mar 2015 - CoOportunity Health's liquidation is imminent
An Iowa judge agreed this week to sign an order putting CoOportunity Health, the health insurer, into liquidation as of midnight Saturday.
04, Mar 2015 - Man who killed Texas deputy gets life in prison, no parole
A sexual assault suspect has been sentenced to life in prison without parole for killing a West Texas deputy as he tried to serve a warrant.
04, Mar 2015 - Lehigh Co. man found with improvised explosives gets 2 years
A Lehigh County man who wrecked an SUV on a West Virginia highway while carrying live chickens, improvised explosives and guns has been sentenced to two years in federal prison. U.S. Attorney Booth Goodwin says 21-year-old Seth Grim of Emmaus, was sentenced for his December guilty plea to an illegal firearms possession charge. Police say Grim was driving south along Interstate 79 about 30 miles ...
04, Mar 2015 - Will same-sex marriage be legalized in Texas?
TYLER (KYTX)- As of Monday, same sex marriage is legal in Alabama... Later this year, the supreme court will decide whether to allow same sex marriage across the country. From previous rulings, it's uncertain what the courts will choose.
04, Mar 2015 - Minn. Man Who Killed 2 Iowa Women Charged with Attempted Murder While in Prison
Michael Swanson, who is in an Iowa prison for killing two women, is charged with attempted murder after attacking an inmate, according to court records in Johnson County, Iowa. Swanson was a teenager from St. Louis Park when he killed two women during separate robberies...
04, Mar 2015 - Judge Denies Stay In State Education Lawsuit
A superior court ruling that invalidates the State of Alaska’s longheld practice of requiring municipal governments to contribute a specific amount toward public education remains in place for now. Download Audio
04, Mar 2015 - Montana man gets 70 years in German exchange student's death
MISSOULA, Mont. (AP) — A Montana homeowner was sentenced Thursday to 70 years in prison, with no parole for at least 20 years, in the shotgun killing of a German exchange student who was trespassing in his garage.
04, Mar 2015 - Life in prison for Michigan man, 19, who killed 9-year-old witness
A Michigan man convicted of fatally shooting a 9-year-old boy who witnessed him kill two other men at an apartment in Flint has been sentenced to life in prison.
04, Mar 2015 - Virginia Moves Towards Secret Executions
Washington Post: “State-sponsored executions in Virginia would become shrouded in unprecedented secrecy under legislation that is advancing with bipartisan support, including that of Democratic Gov. Terry McAuliffe. The measure is intended to keep drugs used for lethal injections flowing into [...] The post Virginia Moves Towards Secret Executions appeared first on Political Wire .
04, Mar 2015 - DOJ: Ex-CIA chief admits mishandling classified information
David Petraeus, the former CIA director and top Army general whose affair with his biographer brought down what many considered a bright political future, has agreed to plead guilty to mishandling classified materials. The plea agreement was filed Tuesday in U.S. District Court in Charlotte, North Carolina. Petraeus was charged with one count of unauthorized removal and retention of classified ...
04, Mar 2015 - 'I did kill those cops,' suspect says of Sacramento slayings
A man charged with killing two Northern California sheriff's deputies stunned a courtroom Wednesday by blurting out that he committed the crimes and is ready to be executed. "I did kill those cops. You can execute me whenever you're ready," an agitated Luis Enrique Monroy Bracamontes said at the end of a hearing as he was led from the Sacramento County courtroom in chains. Earlier, during a ...
04, Mar 2015 - Sentencings mark pill slowdown
Two weeks ago, 34-year-old Joshua M. Gonsalves, of Dennis Port, was sentenced to 20 years in federal prison for flooding the Cape with tens of thousands of narcotic pills from late 2009 to 2012.
04, Mar 2015 - Dallas Lawyer Shelly Greco Receives TBLS Personal Injury Trial Law Certification
DALLAS, Feb. 27, 2015 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Dallas personal injury attorney Shelly Greco has received certification from the Texas Board of Legal Specialization (TBLS). Greco, a trial attorney with Eberstein & Witherite, LLP, was announced by the board to now be certified in the area of personal injury trial law. The voluntary designation program certifies Texas attorneys in 21 different areas ...
04, Mar 2015 - Election 2015 More>>
Two candidates running for Wisconsin attorney general will face off in a debate in Milwaukee on Sunday. More >> Two candidates running for Wisconsin attorney general will face off in a debate in Milwaukee on Sunday.
04, Mar 2015 - Lawyers make last-minute attempt to save woman on Georgia's death row
The U.S. Supreme court was reviewing last-minute arguments by lawyers for a woman convicted in the 1997 murder of her husband
04, Mar 2015 - Supreme Court weighs new conservative attack on Obamacare
By Lawrence Hurley WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Supreme Court will consider on Wednesday a second major legal attack on President Barack Obama's healthcare law, with conservative challengers taking aim at a pivotal part of the statute that authorizes tax subsidies to help people afford insurance. If the court rules against the Obama administration, up to 7.5 million people in at least 34 ...
04, Mar 2015 - Sex offender update
A Level III sex offender, considered among the group most likely to reoffend, was recently released from prison and moved to west Vancouver.
04, Mar 2015 - Iowans sent to prison for arson, ATM thefts
A 25-year-old Clear Lake man has been sent to prison after pleading guilty to several crimes, including thefts from two ATMs.
04, Mar 2015 - Obama Outlines Vision for Criminal Justice Reform
On Monday, President Obama outlined a broad vision for overhauling the nation’s criminal justice system. He suggested law enforcement agencies use independent investigations and special prosecutors, especially after fatal police interactions with citizens. He called for the creation of a National Crime and Justice Task Force, increased data collection, deeper police engagement in neighborhoods ...
04, Mar 2015 - Nevada court returns Las Vegas pipeline issue to state official
The Nevada Supreme Court has kicked a question about Las Vegas drawing water from arid high-desert valleys back to the state administrator who ...
04, Mar 2015 - Sargent: Morning Plum: A Court decision gutting ACA could be a lot worse than you think
A conservative health wonk and Republican Senator both warn of chaos.
04, Mar 2015 - Kentucky court takes case involving juvenile sex offender
FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) — Kentucky's highest court considered on Thursday whether teen-age couples should be treated as criminals when they have sex and send nude photos to each other. If so, a third of America's teenagers could be exposed to felony sex-offense charges, the 15-year-old boy's lawyer said.
04, Mar 2015 - Iowa judge rules, gives her final rose verdict to Bachelor Chris Soules
People in Iowa have been following Chris Soules on “The Bachelor” for weeks now, and we are just a few days away from finding out who gets his final rose. Recently, Scott County District Court Judge Mary Howes got to meet Soules and tell him who he should pick, Whitney or Becca. Judge Howes was […]
04, Mar 2015 - High-speed pursuit, road rage and arson this week in crime
Take a look back at some of the most viewed crime stories written by the Times-News staff, for the week of Feb. 13-20. 1) High-speed pursuit adds to Rogersville woman's rap sheetA Hawkins County woman who has acquired a colorful criminal record over the past four years is back in jail after allegedly leading police on a high speed chase Saturday, reaching speeds in excess of 100 mph.2) Church ...
04, Mar 2015 - Defendant in 2012 Arizona murder case misses court hearing - Tucson News Now
PHOENIX (AP) - A man suspected by being an accomplice in the 2012 murders of a Paradise Valley couple has failed to appear for a court hearing.
04, Mar 2015 - Sowell will not be prosecuted in Gosnell murder case
The case against a teen charged in the death of Gosnell girl will not be prosecuted, according to documents from the Mississippi County Circuit Court.
04, Mar 2015 - New tack on foreclosure papers
A Cliffside Park homeowner who is fighting foreclosure in state court in Bergen County has had trouble figuring out exactly who owns the rights to collect on her loan and repossess her house, and this week she took her questions to federal court where she has accused two mortgage companies and a debt collector of relying on false and illegal paperwork to press their case against her.
04, Mar 2015 - Gaming G uru
CARSON CITY, Nevada -- The Nevada Supreme Court on Thursday upheld the constitutionality of the state’s “markers law” in a case involving a high roller who failed to pay off a combined $384,000 in markers he took from the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino , Caesars Palace , The Venetian Resort-Hotel-Casino and The Palazzo Resort Hotel Casino in the fall of 2008.
04, Mar 2015 - Inside the California Prison Where Inmates Train Rescue Dogs
Prison may seem like the worst possible place to train a dog, especially at a facility like the California State Prison in Los Angeles County, home to the kinds of criminals we often think of as society’s worst.
04, Mar 2015 - ‘Million Dollar Burglar’ alleges false imprisonment in lawsuit
A man dubbed “The Million Dollar Burglar” is suing the Nevada Department of Corrections and Las Vegas police over claims of false imprisonment.
04, Mar 2015 - Nevada Supreme Court upholds ‘markers law’
CARSON CITY, Nevada -- The Nevada Supreme Court on Thursday upheld the constitutionality of the state’s “markers law” in a case involving a high roller who failed to pay off a combined $384,000 in markers he took from the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino , Caesars Palace , The Venetian Resort-Hotel-Casino and The Palazzo Resort Hotel Casino in the fall of 2008.
04, Mar 2015 - Evil is near to us
Delcie Light has been married for 53 years to Bill Light. They have three grown children: Christiane is a V.P. at Universal-NBC in California, Bill is an attorney in Manhattan Beach CA, and Jim lives in Devils Lake and owns and operates Computer ...
04, Mar 2015 - Verdict reached in 'American Sniper' trial
Eddie Ray Routh, 27, was immediately sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole for the killings of famed sniper Chris Kyle and his friend Chad Littlefield at a Texas shooting range in February 2013.
04, Mar 2015 - Appeals court: CO couple can sue Jack Nicklaus in Utah case
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — A federal appeals court has ruled a Colorado couple can sue Jack Nicklaus over an alleged misrepresentation of the golf legend's membership role in a failed $3.5 billion southern Utah luxury golf resort.
04, Mar 2015 - Man gets 20 to 40 years in stabbing death of friend
A man convicted of third-degree murder in the stabbing death of a friend in eastern Pennsylvania has been sentenced to 20 to 40 years in prison.
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