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30, Mar 2015 - Judge denies Town Meeting ballot challenge in N.H. town
GRAFTON, N.H. (AP) — A New Hampshire judge has denied a last-minute attempt by Free State Project members to challenge Town Meeting ballots in Grafton.
30, Mar 2015 - What recent court decision means after homebuilder shut its doors
It was a huge homebuilder that shut its doors, leaving entire neighborhoods unfinished and promises unkept. Creditors forced the company into bankruptcy, but not before executives padded their own accounts with millions of dollars.
30, Mar 2015 - East Texas man sentenced to 15 years prison time for child porn
A 61-year-old Newton, Texas man has been sentenced to federal prison for child pornography violations in the Eastern District of Texas, announced U.S. Attorney John M. Bales today. Promote to Mobile 0 read more
30, Mar 2015 - Woman who drove from Texas to Mo. to kill husband’s lover sentenced to 20 years
GLADSTONE, Mo. — A Texas woman convicted of killing a Gladstone psychiatrist who was having an affair with her husband, was sentenced to 20 years in prison, with eligibility of parole after 14 years, Friday afternoon in Clay County Circuit Court. Shannon O’Roark Griffin, 55, was convicted of first-degree murder and armed criminal action in the […]
30, Mar 2015 - Supreme Court questions involuntary human GPS monitoring
Justices order examination of constitutionality, justification for surveillance.
30, Mar 2015 - Request for help in 1971 murder case spurs court filing
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — A fugitive living in Cuba wants decades-old charges accusing him of killing a New Mexico police officer dismissed on grounds that Gov. Susana Martinez has politicized the case.
30, Mar 2015 - Judge sets dates for two Washington County murder trials
FAYETTEVILLE -- Two capital murder cases were reset Monday in Washington County Circuit Court and have tentative new trial dates.
30, Mar 2015 - Decatur man accused of punching woman, stealing cellphone
DECATUR – Patrick Deberry, a 34-year-old Decatur man, was arraigned Tuesday in Macon County Circuit Court on charges of robbery, aggravated battery and domestic battery, for allegedly punching a woman in the head and stealing her cellphone.
30, Mar 2015 - NJ hate crime law may be reworked
The author of the state's hate crime and bullying law said Wednesday that he plans to rewrite a section that the Supreme Court struck down as unconstitutional.
30, Mar 2015 - US appeals court rules that Boston Marathon bombing trial can stay in Massachusetts
A federal appeals court says Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev's (joh-HAHR' tsahr-NEYE'-ehvz) trial can be held in Massachusetts.
30, Mar 2015 - Indiana to clarify 'religious freedom' law, Georgia, North Carolina bills stall
Indiana Republicans pledged on Monday to clarify a new "religious freedom" law, while similar proposals stalled in Georgia and North Carolina after businesses and activists said such measures could be used to discriminate against gays. Arkansas lawmakers, however, signaled they would move forward with a similar law, even after Indiana was rebuked by companies and executives including Wal-Mart ...
30, Mar 2015 - Texas replenishes dwindling supply of drugs to carry out 4 executions set for April
Texas prison officials have acquired a small supply of pentobarbital to replenish their dwindling inventory of the execution drug so lethal injections set for next month can be carried out.
30, Mar 2015 - Witness IDs Tsarnaev as man near slain MIT officer's cruiser
(AP Photo/U.S. Attorney's Office). This undated forensics photograph made by the FBI, provided by the U.S. Attorney's office and presented as evidence during the federal death penalty trial of Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev Tuesday, ...
30, Mar 2015 - Hanover Peewee Elite Wins States, Going to Regionals
The Hanover Peewee Elite youth hockey team is headed to New Englands after winning a New Hampshire Tier I state title last weekend. Courtesy photograph
30, Mar 2015 - Feds take child porn case; man faces 30 years
A New Philadelphia man could face up to 30 years in prison after federal investigators took over his case involving child pornography.
30, Mar 2015 - Fatal gassing of inmate to be re-examined by state
Rommell Johnson, an inmate at a Florida Panhandle prison who had chronic asthma, couldn't breathe on June 3, 2010.
30, Mar 2015 - State asks for takeover of polygamous towns' water utility
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — The Utah Attorney General filed a lawsuit this week asking a judge to take over a water company serving polygamous towns along the Utah-Arizona border and alleging water managers loyal to imprisoned leader Warren Jeffs siphoned off $1.7 million in revenue.
30, Mar 2015 - Former Franklin County probation officer gets 2 years in prison
APALACHICOLA — A former Franklin County probation officer has been sentenced to nearly two years in prison.
30, Mar 2015 - Former Middleton councilman pleads guilty in sexual battery case
According to court documents, the 56-year-old man told Idaho State Police that he repeatedly had sex with a 17-year-old girl and knew she was a minor. Click to Continue »
30, Mar 2015 - Man pleads guilty to arson charges
Christopher Scott Hotlzclaw, 43, was in court Friday morning, where he plead no contest to four counts of arson and one count of possession of an incendiary device, stated Cheryl Buliavac, public information officer for CAL FIRE.
30, Mar 2015 - Court-appointed attorney removed from Pasco murder case after suspect files motion
A defense lawyer was removed from a Pasco murder case Friday after his client, Kenyatta K.E. Bridges, filed a motion claiming a court-appointed attorney is obliged to lie. Click to Continue »
30, Mar 2015 - US Supreme Court rejects Alabama racial 'gerrymandering' plan
The US Supreme Court on Wednesday rejected as "legally erroneous" a ruling that approved an electoral redistricting plan in Alabama that opponents claimed divided voting areas along racial lines. The redrawing of voting districts along racial or political lines is known as "gerrymandering" and has long been a contentious issue in the United States. "The district court also did not properly ...
30, Mar 2015 - Port Richey, Latest on Boston Bombing Trial: Defense Calls 1st Witness
The latest on the Boston Marathon bombing trial: Defense calls 1st witness
30, Mar 2015 - Marathon bombing jurors see white hat worn by Tsarnaev
Jurors in the trial of Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev were shown the white cap that helped authorities identify him as a suspect in the 2013 deadly attack.
30, Mar 2015 - Texas prison agency replenishes execution drug supply - Quincy Herald-Whig | Illinois & Missouri Ne
HOUSTON (AP) - Texas prison officials have acquired a small supply of pentobarbital to replenish their dwindling inventory of the execution drug so lethal injections set for next month in the nation's most active death penalty state can be carried out, the Texas Department of Criminal Justice said Wednesday.
30, Mar 2015 - Trial for ex-Iowa teacher in sex-with-student case delayed
The trial of a former Council Bluffs high school math teacher accused of sexually abusing two students has been delayed.
30, Mar 2015 - Mazzant takes the bench in the Paul Brown Federal Courthouse
Applause practically rattled the roof of courtroom at the Paul Brown United States Courthouse Thursday afternoon as the career of a local attorney came full circle. Amos Mazzant III came to Sherman more than 20 years ago to serve as a law clerk for Federal District Judge Paul Brown. Thursday, Mazzant succeeded his friend and mentor as the newest judge in the Eastern District of Texas and the ...
30, Mar 2015 - Inmate serving life sentences for murder dies in Carson City
Authorities say a 49-year-old inmate jailed since 1994 for murder has died at a Carson City prison. A cause of death was not ...
30, Mar 2015 - Aaron Hernandez still flashes swagger, smile at murder trial - Quincy Herald-Whig | Illinois & Miss
FALL RIVER, Mass. (AP) - Former New England Patriots player Aaron Hernandez peers into a monitor as it displays evidence in his murder trial. One day there is a photograph of him smiling next to his fiancee on Father's Day, a few hours before the killing.
30, Mar 2015 - Federal appeals court hears bid to move Boston Marathon bombing suspect's trial out of state
A lawyer for Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev (joh-HAHR' tsahr-NEYE'-ehv) has urged a federal appeals court to move his trial out of Massachusetts, citing "saturation publicity" and the high number of people in the state affected by the 2013 attack.
30, Mar 2015 - Man gets life in prison for San Jacinto murder
An Amarillo judge sentenced a man to life in prison without the possibility of parole Friday for his role in a 2013 home invasion robbery turned homicide. 47th District Court Judge Dan Schaap sentenced Kenya Abdule Martin, 25, to life in prison without the possibility of parole after a Potter County jury voted unanimously to convict him of capital murder Friday afternoon. read more
30, Mar 2015 - ACLU rebuffs city of Yakima’s proposal for attorney’s fees
Fri, 27 Mar 2015 16:30:25 GMT By Mike Faulk Yakima Herald-Republic Color/BlackColor/BlackRIce Regardless of whether an appeal is filed, Yakima and the American Civil Liberties Union will remain in court over a $2.8 million claim the ACLU says it is owed for legal costs in its voting rights lawsuit against the city. The city’s attorneys say in court filings that the ACLU should not be entitled to ...
30, Mar 2015 - Former Washington County judge pleads guilty to stealing cocaine evidence
Drug addiction likely led former Washington County Common Pleas Judge Paul Pozonsky to steal cocaine from cases over which he presided, his attorney said after ...
30, Mar 2015 - Canadian gets 2-1/2-year sentence in rhino horn smuggling case
A Canadian antiques dealer was sentenced to two and a half years in a U.S. prison on Wednesday for trying to export black rhinoceros horns that he purchased in New York from undercover U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service agents. The sentence, handed down by U.S. District Judge Laura Taylor Swain in Manhattan, was significantly more than the 10 months of time served sought by attorneys for Xiao Ju ...
30, Mar 2015 - Bookkeeper admits embezzling $715,000 from charity
U.S. Attorney Kenneth Polite (puh-LEET) says a 67-year-old bookkeeper has admitted embezzling about $715,000 from Community Health Charities of Louisiana and Mississippi.
30, Mar 2015 - Oklahoma Teenager Gets Life in Prison for Role in Shooting of Australian Athlete
Michael DeWayne Jones pleaded guilty to driving the car from which his friend shot Christopher Lane apparently at random
30, Mar 2015 - Grandma on trial in Ohio rape case denies abusing kids; mother, her boyfriend pleaded guilty
A southern Ohio woman being tried on rape, kidnapping and other charges related to her grandchildren says she didn't abuse them or allow others to do so and alleges they lied about being chained, beaten, underfed and sexually assaulted.
30, Mar 2015 - Jobs, crime top subjects for candidates in Jacksonville City Council race in District 7
From a former Jacksonville Port Authority chairman to a former convict, candidates for the City Council’s District 7 seat are talking to voters about growing jobs and shrinking crime. Cheaply, if possible. “The city is broke, and as leaders we’ve got to be more creative … about ways to move this city forward,” said Reginald Gaffney, the former port chairman. read more
30, Mar 2015 - Teen in Alabama 'rape bait' case files suit
More than five years after a 14-year-old Alabama girl with special needs says she was persuaded by a teacher's aide to act as bait to catch an accused sexual predator, her attorneys have filed a civil lawsuit.
30, Mar 2015 - Appeals court in NY revives lawsuit over art stolen by Nazis on display at Oklahoma University
NEW YORK — A federal appeals court has given new life to a Holocaust survivor's claim that the University of Oklahoma is unjustly harboring a Camille Pissarro painting that the Nazis stole from her father during World War II.
30, Mar 2015 - Feds charge 3 Denver-area men in June 2014 Wheat Ridge bank heist
Three Denver-area men have been charged in federal court in the June 17 armed robbery of a Wells Fargo branch in Wheat Ridge, Colorado's U.S. Attorney's Office announced on Wednesday.
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