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Lawsuit Filed Against Jody Kriss, Former Bayrock Executive & Founder of East River Partners
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25, Jul 2014 - Abu Ghraib torture lawsuit revived by U.S. appeals court
A federal appeals court has revived a lawsuit against CACI International Inc by four former Iraqi detainees who claimed the U.S. defense contractor's employees directed their torture at the Abu Ghraib prison near Baghdad. The 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Richmond, Virginia, said the claims had sufficient ties to the United States to be heard in U.S. courts. Writing for a unanimous three ...
25, Jul 2014 - Fugitive caught after posing for newspaper picture
BLOOMSBURG, Pa. (AP) — A fugitive wanted in New York for jumping bail was arrested on a Pennsylvania college campus after he posed for a news photographer and police spotted his picture in the local paper.
25, Jul 2014 - Prison roof in Texas collapses, 19 inmates injured - Quincy Herald-Whig | Illinois & Missouri News,
DIBOLL, Texas (AP) - Authorities say the roof of a privately run East Texas prison has collapsed, temporarily trapping dozens of inmates and sending 19 injured inmates to hospitals.
25, Jul 2014 - Nicole Brown Simpson’s Father, Louis Brown Jr., Dead at the Age of 90
Louis Brown Jr., the father of Nicole Brown Simpson, has died at his Southern California home, a family attorney said Saturday. He was 90. Attorney Natasha Roit, in an email, said Brown died Thursday in the seaside community of Dana …
25, Jul 2014 - Escaped prisoner Michael Sheridan back behind bars after 15 years on the run
Convict Michael Sheridan escaped from prison and wasn't caught until he moved in with his sister in Washington
25, Jul 2014 - US Should End ‘Illegal’ Solitary Confinement in Top Security Jail
The US routinely flouts international law by subjecting convicts to “callous and dehumanizing” bouts of solitary confinement in its only federal high security prison, the rights group Amnesty International said.
25, Jul 2014 - Blasts blamed on hash oil lead to federal charges
The chemical process used to make hash oil — a method so fraught with volatility that police compare it to making methamphetamine — has come under attack by U.S. Attorney Jenny Durkan.
25, Jul 2014 - Federal judge in New Orleans to rule on same sex marriage issues
In Louisiana, marriage is only allowed between a man and a woman. But a federal judge is weighing whether the state should be forced to recognize same-sex marriages legally performed in other states, and as part of a consolidation of related cases, the judge deciding the lawsuit also wants to rule on Louisiana's ban which prohibits same sex couples from being legally married in the state.
25, Jul 2014 - Court: Prison for repeat drunken drivers
The Wisconsin Supreme Court says state law requires repeat drunken drivers to spend at least three years behind bars. Monroe County Circuit Judge J. David Rice sentenced Clayton Williams of Warrens to three years in prison and three years of extended supervision in 2011 for seventh-offense drunken driving. Rice said the sentencing statutes for seventh, eighth and ninth offenses are murky but he ...
25, Jul 2014 - Judge: Detroit mob beating sentences will stand - Quincy Herald-Whig | Illinois & Missouri News, Sp
DETROIT (AP) - A judge is sticking to light sentences for two men who participated in a mob attack on a Detroit-area motorist in April. Prosecutors lost their bid Friday to get James Davis and Latrez Cummings sent to prison for the attack on Steve Utash.
25, Jul 2014 - Marine: 'I especially don't like any cartel people'
U.S. Marine Corps reservist Sgt. Andrew Tahmooressi told CNN by phone Sunday that he was "more hopeful" and "optimistic" than ever that he would be released from a Mexican prison after a court hearing coming on Wednesday.
25, Jul 2014 - Trial set for Clarksville mom accused of drowning infant daughter
A trial date has been set for a Tennessee woman charged with the drowning death of her infant daughter.
25, Jul 2014 - Federal appeals court reinstates Wisconsin lead paint lawsuit
MILWAUKEE — A federal appeals court has revived a lead paint lawsuit in Wisconsin, which could also reactivate more than 170 other lead poisoning cases.
25, Jul 2014 - Appeals court strikes down ban
In a significant first, a U.S. appeals court has struck down a state ban on same-sex marriage, creating greater political and legal momentum for the Supreme Court to decide whether gays and lesbians have a constitutional right to wed.
25, Jul 2014 - Fifth Circuit Reverses District Court's Decision on Whooping Cranes
NEW ORLEANS, June 30, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- The United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit on Monday, June 30, reversed the judgment of the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Texas in The Aransas Project v. Shaw.  The Fifth Circuit agreed with the defendants that the plaintiff failed to prove its case that diversions of water for use by Texans had led to multiple deaths of ...
25, Jul 2014 - Lawyer in stabbing case seeks girl's mental record
WAUKESHA, Wis. (AP) — An attorney for one of two 12-year-old Wisconsin girls accused of stabbing a classmate to curry favor with a fictional online character is seeking access to the other gir…
25, Jul 2014 - Hopkins Co. woman pleads guilty to killing boyfriend's 2yr old son
Authorities say 31-year-old Alexis Mayes was sentenced to 14 years in prison on Monday in exchange for a plea deal.
25, Jul 2014 - Judge orders trial in 2013 shooting death
ELYRIA — Antonio Robles will stand trial on murder and felonious assault charges in the May 2013 shooting death of DeAndre McDowell, a judge ruled Thursday. Visiting Judge Dale Crawford rejected a request from Robles’ lawyer to throw out the murder and felonious assault charges that Robles was indicted on earlier this year. Robles originally Read More... The post Judge orders trial in 2013 ...
25, Jul 2014 - California man faces prison for economic espionage
OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) — A Northern California chemical engineer is facing more than 20 years in prison for a rare economic-espionage conviction for selling to China the technology that creates a white pigment.
25, Jul 2014 - At War Blog: Returning to Service, and Iraq, With Blackwater
Iraq veteran Matt Pelak returned to the country via a job with Blackwater. He writes that it’s hard to square that experience, and his respect for his colleagues, with the recent coverage of the Blackwater employees on trial for shooting Iraqi civilians in 2007.
25, Jul 2014 - Trial set for mom charged in drowning of baby
CLARKSVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — A trial date has been set for a Tennessee woman charged with the drowning death of her infant daughter. The Leaf-Chronicle reported ( ) that jurors in Montgomery County will take up the case of Nicole Pamblanco on July 23. Pamblanco is charged with reckless homicide in the death of 8-month-old Abigail, who died in a bathtub in August 2013 ...
25, Jul 2014 - Local Cambodians give testimony, await Khmer Rouge verdict
Survivors of the Khmer Rouge regime at a 2010 workshop in Long Beach. They learned how to submit written testimony to the war cimes tribunal in Cambodia currently prosecuting former high-level Khmer Rouge officials.
25, Jul 2014 - Drug court, probation system benefit participants and taxpayers
Dodge County officials see drug court as one of the shining stars of the services provided by the District 6 Probation Office.
25, Jul 2014 - Ex-Gov. George Ryan returns, talks death penalty
KANKAKEE — George Ryan, an ex-Illinois governor and now an ex-convict, says he'd like to re-engage with the cause he left behind when he went to prison in 2007 — campaigning for the end of the death penalty in the U.S."Americans should come to their senses," Ryan said this week, in an hourlong interview with The Associated Press at his kitchen table.Newly free to speak after a year of federal ...
25, Jul 2014 - It seems that…
An expert on childhood trauma urged members of the Florida Children and Youth Cabinet on Thursday to promote a "baby court" model in which judges, lawyers and caseworkers put the needs of traumatized infants and toddlers before any other considerations.
25, Jul 2014 - Powers tabbed to lead state judges
Chief Judge Michael Powers of Marion, who oversees courts in the 8th Judicial District, including Dickinson, Geary, and Morris Counties, has been named president-elect of the statewide Kansas District Judges Association.
25, Jul 2014 - Rockford Man Sentenced for Escape
The United States Attorney for the Western District of Wisconsin announced that 42-year-old Brock Barrett of Rockford has been sentenced to six months in in federal prison, for escaping from a federal residential reentry center. Barrett plead guilty to this charge on April 15, 2014.
25, Jul 2014 - Detained U.S. Marine 'optimistic'
U.S. Marine Corps reservist Sgt. Andrew Tahmooressi told CNN by phone Sunday that he was "more hopeful" and "optimistic" than ever that he would be released from a Mexican prison after a court hearing coming on Wednesday.
25, Jul 2014 - County rejects additional jailers
Despite warnings by Hempstead County Sheriff James Singleton that the county will expose itself to legal action from the state and inmate lawsuits, the Hempstead County Quorum Court defeated a proposal Thursday night to pay for four jailer positions from hospital investment funds.
25, Jul 2014 - Clover woman sentenced to 2 years in prison for embezzling church funds
A former bookkeeper at a Clover church was sentenced in federal court Friday to two years in prison for stealing more than $600,000.
25, Jul 2014 - 'COPSLIE' license plate may lead trend on New Hampshire roads
By Ted Siefer MANCHESTER N.H. (Reuters) - The New Hampshire driver who got the state's top court to approve his "COPSLIE" vanity plate could soon be joined on the highways by motorists declaring themselves "BIGTACO," "MAMS" or "KNUCKL." The state Department of Motor Vehicles resumed processing applications on Monday for customized license plates, following a state Supreme Court ruling in May ...
25, Jul 2014 - Judge 'skeptical' he can delay election with unconstitutional map
TALLAHASSEE --Facing a looming electoral deadline, ajudge said Thursday he was "extremely skeptical" he could delay elections this fallusing Central Florida's illegally drawn congressional maps.
25, Jul 2014 - State executes man for 1994 rape, murder of girl
The state has executed Eddie Wayne Davis, convicted in the 1994 rape and murder of a Lakeland girl. It's the state's sixth execution of the year.
25, Jul 2014 - Trial opens for friend of accused Boston bomber
Prosecutors contend that he removed a laptop and backpack computer from the suspect’s dorm room
25, Jul 2014 - Court of Appeals supports ‘home rule’ fracking control
BY ALBERT AMATEAU | The state Court of Appeals, New York’s highest court, on Mon., June 30, affirmed the right of local municipalities to use their zoning laws to ban fracking to extract gas from deep shale deposits. By 5 to 2, the court made its decision on the narrow issue of the “home rule” read more here »
25, Jul 2014 - Reynolds will fight $23.6 billion in tobacco damages
The damages were awarded by a jury after the tobacco maker was sued by the window of a smoker who died of lung cancer.
25, Jul 2014 - Investigation Results In 7 Indicted In North Louisiana Cocaine Conspiracy
A two-year-long undercover investigation has resulted in the seizure of more than $517,000 in cash and seven people being charged for conspiracy to distribute cocaine, firearm violations, and other related drug charges in parishes across north Louisiana, U.S. Attorney Stephanie A. Finley announced Thursday.
25, Jul 2014 - Questions linger on whether Greg Davis will actually do any jail time
The former Southaven Mayor is out on bond as he appeals his fraud and embezzlement sentence
25, Jul 2014 - Brown awarded $25,200 settlement
A federal jury issued a split verdict in the discrimination case filed by Jack Brown against the city of Anderson that alleged violations of his free speech rights and the American Disabilities Act.
25, Jul 2014 - Duluth man sentenced in Carter’s insider trading ring
Former Carter’s vice president Richard T. Posey will spend 15 months in prison.
25, Jul 2014 - Illinois man sentenced in death of pregnant woman
A 37-year-old Illinois man has been sentenced to two consecutive life sentences without parole for the murder of a pregnant Wisconsin woman and her fetus.
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