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23, Nov 2014 - Lawsuit filed on behalf of siblings of starved toddler
CLEVELAND (AP) — Attorneys for the estate of a disabled toddler who died of malnutrition and dehydration and his six siblings are suing county agencies in northern Ohio and health care providers, claiming they overlooked signs of neglect. Isaac Brothers-Bartholomew was 18 months old when his 11-year-old brother found him dead in his crib on […]
23, Nov 2014 - Former Real Estate Mogul Tim Blixseth Makes Appearance in Court
Tim Blixseth, founder of the Yellowstone Club appeared in U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Butte Monday, November 3. Blixseth is accused of causing the luxurious Yellowstone Club resort to go bankrupt by diverting more than $200 million of company money for his own personal use.
23, Nov 2014 - Sangamon County mental health court set to begin in January
More effective treatment and less time in jail for certain offenders with severe mental illness are the goals for Sangamon County's mental health court — a new type of probation program set to begin in January.Similar to the county's 4-year-old drug court, mental health court will serve people who have pleaded guilty to nonviolent crimes to make it more likely they receive the treatment that can ...
23, Nov 2014 - Gov. Brown Appoints Berkeley Business Lawyer, SF Superior Court Judge, To State Court Of Appeal
Former bar president and current business lawyer Jon Streeter, 58, of Berkeley, and Judge Marla Miller, 59, of San Francisco, were named by Brown to the First District Court of Appeal.
23, Nov 2014 - Judge affirms end of W.Va. same-sex marriage ban
HUNTINGTON — A federal judge Friday declared West Virginia’s ban on same-sex marriage unconstitutional, a move that came as no surprise weeks after a concession from the state’s attorney general made it the 27th state in the nation to legalize such unions.
23, Nov 2014 - Judge throws out confession ahead of murder trial
The El Paso Times reports ( ) district court Judge Sam Medrano Jr. ruled Monday that the confession was obtained by coercion amid allegations that a police detective hit Daniel Villegas, who then was 16. [...] last year a federal appeals court threw out that conviction, citing ineffective counsel.
23, Nov 2014 - Kenneth Bae Released: American Missionary Ate Pizza His First Night Back From North Korean Captivit
Kenneth Bae spent two years in a North Korean prison and knew exactly what he wanted when he arrived back in the United States: a pizza pie. The American missionary said he spent those two years eating Korean food and working at a hard labor camp in the isolated dictatorship, and more Korean food was the last thing he wanted to eat when he stepped off a U.S. government plane in his native ...
23, Nov 2014 - 2-year-old killed by foster mother was taken away from parents because they used marijuana
CAMERON, Tx. (WPMT) – A 2-year-old was killed while in foster care, and her foster mother will now serve a life sentence for the crime. Alex Hill was placed in foster care after her father admitted to using marijuana according to the Houston Press. Joshua Hill told Texas child welfare investigators that he smoked after the […]
23, Nov 2014 - Ex-Marine, Freed From Mexican Prison, Returns to US
A former U.S. Marine freed after spending seven months in a Mexican prison on a gun charge is back in the United States. The State Department said it was pleased that Mexican judicial authorities had ordered the release of Sergeant Andrew Tahmooressi, who then returned to his family's home in Florida. State Department spokeswoman Jen Psaki said Saturday that U.S. officials were grateful for the ...
23, Nov 2014 - Man who damaged Banksy art in Utah gets probation
A California man who pleaded guilty to defacing two murals believed to have been created by the mysterious British graffiti artist Banksy was sentenced to five years' probation Monday.
23, Nov 2014 - Stryker Hip Replacement Lawsuits Move Forward With November Conference Scheduled For Stryker Hip Re
Stryker Hip Replacement Lawsuits Alleging Metal Poisoning, Tissue Damage And Other Health Complications Are Proceeding Through Superior Court In Bergen County, New Jersey. (PRWeb October 25, 2014) Read the full story at
23, Nov 2014 - Co-defendant testifies against man on trial for killing Talladega County attorney
One of six people charged in connection with the murder of a Talladega County attorney is now on trial.
23, Nov 2014 - Florida court orders release of secret evidence
The Florida Supreme Court, in a blunt and highly critical ruling, on Thursday ordered the release of hundreds of pages of emails and documents that could expose the role that Republican consultants played in drawing new congressional districts.
23, Nov 2014 - Journal election endorsements
Below are the Journal's endorsements for judges in the 13th Judicial District, which includes Sandoval, Valencia and Cibola counties.
23, Nov 2014 - Former Giants player charged with sexual assault in Bergen County
Authorities in Bergen County have charged former Giants offensive tackle Lucas “Luke” Petitgout with sexual assault with force and simple assault, filing criminal complaints in a court that covers Woodcliff Lake, where the defendant and his wife purchased a home two years ago, according to county records.
23, Nov 2014 - S.C. prosecutors say state funding shortage puts criminal cases, public at risk
A shortage of prosecutors has left South Carolina struggling to keep up with thousands of cases awaiting trial, delaying justice for victims and increasing the risk suspects will commit additional crimes while free on bail, according to area solicitors.
23, Nov 2014 - Judge reverses black fire chief's termination
A "racially inhospitable environment" at BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport's fire department led to the unlawful termination of a black deputy fire chief earlier this year, a state judge has ruled — and his firing must now be reversed.
23, Nov 2014 - Fannin County deputy's conviction spawns inmates' federal lawsuit
BONHAM, Texas -- Two Fannin County inmates who were sexually assaulted by a former Sheriff's deputy have filed a lawsuit naming Fannin County, the jail management company, the deputy who assaulted the women, and his former supervisor.
23, Nov 2014 - Inmate gets 5 years for child-rape suspect's death
URBANA, Ohio (AP) — A jail inmate who beat a child-rape suspect who died a few days later was sentenced on Wednesday to five years in prison.
23, Nov 2014 - Judges credited with ending teachers strike
Five months of talks between the Reynoldsburg school district and the Reynoldsburg Education Association weren't enough to avert or settle a teachers strike.
23, Nov 2014 - Cedar Rapids man’s trial in HIV related case rescheduled
CEDAR RAPIDS — A trial has been reset to December for a Cedar Rapids man accused of sexually assaulting a 15-year-old boy in 2011. A judge ordered a delayed in proceedings last month to allow attorneys for Eddie Jones, 37, to file an interlocutory appeal, asking the Iowa Supreme Court to overturn 6th Judicial District Judge Mary Chicchelly’s ruling. Chicchelly allowed a prosecutor to amend the ...
23, Nov 2014 - Belcamp man sentenced in girl's death
A Maryland man has been sentenced to a year in prison after pleading guilty to negligent driving while impaired in the death of a 15-year-old girl.
23, Nov 2014 - Retrial begins for North Texan in bad checks case
DALLAS (AP) — A retrial has begun for a North Texas man originally sentenced to two years in prison after being convicted in a $300,000 bad checks case.
23, Nov 2014 - Judge Approves Class-Action Lawsuit Against Women's Prison in Fluvanna
A lawsuit filed on behalf of four inmates alleging cruel and unusual punishment at the Fluvanna Correctional Center for Women has been certified as a class-action lawsuit.
23, Nov 2014 - Founders of KEL law firm to receive public reprimand
The Florida Supreme Court has ordered a public reprimand for the founders of the K.E.L. law firm: Jeffrey S. Kaufman, Craig R. Lynd and Matthew S. Englett.
23, Nov 2014 - Pa. Turnpike corruption case ends with former officials avoiding jail
Two former top Pennsylvania Turnpike officials pleaded guilty Thursday to one count each of conflict of interest, a felony.
23, Nov 2014 - Teen now faces murder, attempted rape and robbery charges in McClellan killing
The Alameda County district attorney’s office on Friday charged 18-year-old Kamau Berlin with murder in the stabbing death of 72-year-old Nancy McClellan in South Berkeley in September. Berlin — a B-Tech student — also has been charged with attempted rape, attempted robbery and attempted carjacking, as well as elder abuse resulting in death. He appeared in court Friday morning, as did about half ...
23, Nov 2014 - Ex-Duke Energy lawyer now advising NC regulators
A lawyer advising North Carolina's environmental agency on rewriting rules governing cleanup at Duke Energy's coal ash dumps previously represented the electricity company on the same issue. Craig Bromby ...
23, Nov 2014 - McCrory sues legislators over coal ash commission
RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) - Gov. Pat McCrory and two of his predecessors sued North Carolina's top legislators Thursday over the makeup of the state's new Coal Ash Management Commission and other panels approved this year by the General Assembly. McCrory and former Govs. Jim Hunt and Jim Martin ...
23, Nov 2014 - Bar Bulletin: Magna Carta – Did you know?
Magna Carta (Latin for Great Charter) is a rare medieval manuscript that gets equal respect from the Supreme Court justices, human rights advocates and the rapper Jay-Z.
23, Nov 2014 - Atoka fugitive Captured
ATOKA COUNTY -- The manhunt continues for an inmate who escaped from a Texoma prison on Thursday. The inmate, Stephen Shorey, 49, has ties to Missouri.
23, Nov 2014 - Veterans Court Helps Texas Vets Stay Out Of Prison
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23, Nov 2014 - 115.56 ¥/$ (11:30 a.m.)
Sorry, but your browser needs Javascript to use this site. NEW YORK – A 30-year-old U.S. man was arrested Wednesday and released on bail accused of lying to the Secret Service about a fake plot to assassinate President Barack Obama.
23, Nov 2014 - Ending homeless cycle begins with aid
Jason Westman has been homeless in Albuquerque for nearly 20 years. He has been diagnosed with PTSD and has a history of alcohol abuse, and though he’s tried to get treatment, he never stays on it for long. During the warm months he sleeps on the streets, begging for change and occasionally staying at a shelter. But every winter, Westman said he usually commits a low-level crime like breaking a ...
23, Nov 2014 - 2 face possible life in prison for sex trafficking
WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. (AP) — Two people in South Florida are facing potential life prison sentences after they were convicted of federal sex trafficking charges.
23, Nov 2014 - 6 Cal U football players ordered to stand trial for allegedly beating man off campus
A flower shop surveillance video, a cellphone video from a passer-by and tearful testimony from a California University of Pennsylvania coed were among key evidence ...
23, Nov 2014 - Edwardsville man sentenced 9 years in prison for sex trafficking of a minor
SCRANTON — A man from Wilkes-Barre was sentenced in federal court Friday for sex trafficking of a minor.
23, Nov 2014 - Roberta Kaplan Is 'Aretha Franklin' of Marriage Arguments in Mississippi
The lawyer who brought down DOMA delivered a strong attack Wednesday on one of the country's last remaining marriage bans. read more
23, Nov 2014 - Hearing in Boston Marathon bombing case to resolve disputes over evidence, alleged leaks
Federal prosecutors and lawyers for Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev were due in court to discuss alleged media leaks, evidence about a 2011 triple slaying and other issues that need to be resolved before his trial begins in January.
23, Nov 2014 - Court: Lawsuit over swimmer's death can proceed
ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) - The Minnesota Court of Appeals says a father's lawsuit can proceed against the city of Stillwater in the death of his son who swam in Lily Lake. The appeals court Monday reversed a lower court dismissal of the wrongful death case. Jack ...
23, Nov 2014 - U.S. judge overturns same-sex marriage ban in South Carolina
A U.S. judge on Wednesday struck down South Carolina's ban on same-sex marriage, ruling that the state is bound by a regional federal appeals court decision that struck down Virginia's similar law.
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