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27, Nov 2014 - Alice Lee, sister of 'Mockingbird' author, dies
Alice Lee, the sister of the famous "To Kill a Mockingbird" author and an influential Alabama lawyer and church leader in her own right, has died.
27, Nov 2014 - Pot grower gets six months to prove he can stay clean
LOCKPORT – A Somerset marijuana grower will have to prove that he can avoid using the drug for six months in order to avoid a prison term of as long as 18 months.
27, Nov 2014 - Nebraska Gay Marriage Ban Attacked by Seven Couples
Seven gay couples sued to overturn Nebraska’s ban on same-sex marriages and for state recognition of unions performed elsewhere as the nationwide constitutional battle may return to the U.S. Supreme Court.
27, Nov 2014 - Judge grants motion to dismiss charges against Shoffner
A federal judge on Wednesday dismissed pending mail fraud charges against former state Treasurer Martha Shoffner, canceling a trial that had been set for next year and setting the stage for sentencing on earlier convictions.
27, Nov 2014 - Career criminal wanted by 3 Minn. counties allegedly beat woman during Minneapolis robbery
Offender Henry Moore is back in jail, this time for alleged attack on check-cashing worker.
27, Nov 2014 - Wall St. up on GDP, earnings; fund year-end lifts winners
By Rodrigo Campos NEW YORK (Reuters) - U.S. stocks rose on Thursday, boosted by a strong reading on quarterly economic growth and by another round of upbeat earnings reports including Visa, which accounted for nearly 140 points in the Dow industrials. Despite the bullish data and the Federal Reserve's Wednesday statement indicating the economy is strengthening, gains on the S&P 500 were led by ...
27, Nov 2014 - Iowa teen found not guilty in brother's death
LOGAN, Iowa (AP) — A judge on Friday found an Iowa teenager not guilty by reason of insanity in the killing of his 5-year-old foster brother, after the teen testified that he had powerful fantasies and thought at the time that he was killing a goblin.
27, Nov 2014 - Stamford man sentenced two years probation for reckless endangerment
BENNINGTON >> A Stamford man was sentenced to two years of probation on Thursday in the criminal division of Bennington Superior Court, for a reckless endangerment charge, following some jail time served for an incident that took place in August. Christopher Crockwell, 33, was accused of smashing the side mirror of a sport utility vehicle with a baseball bat, while his girlfriend and her
27, Nov 2014 - U.S. justices weigh racially charged Alabama redistricting plan
By Lawrence Hurley WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Supreme Court on Wednesday appeared unsure how to resolve a challenge to a state legislature redistricting plan in Alabama that packed black voters into certain districts in a way that critics say diminishes their influence at the polls. The nine justices heard an 70-minute oral argument on two cases brought by the Alabama Democratic Conference ...
27, Nov 2014 - Illinois man sentenced to life in prison for double murder
JOLIET - An Illinois man has been sentenced to life in prison for his role in a 2013 double murder.
27, Nov 2014 - Judge questions Hardwick murder charge
A Vermont judge is raising doubts about whether he'll let prosecutors proceed with a murder charge against a Hardwick woman whose disabled son died from alcohol in his feeding tube.
27, Nov 2014 - State Attorney's Office: Aubrey Lee Price case
Price has been in custody since his arrest on December 31, 2013. In addition to being sentenced to 30 years' imprisonment, Price was also sentenced to serve a term of 5 years of supervised release. 
27, Nov 2014 - Delco woman first to be sentenced for straw purchase of gun under Brad Fox Law
A Delaware County woman Wednesday became the first person sentenced for the straw purchase of guns under the state's "Brad Fox Law," receiving a six-to-12 year jail term.
27, Nov 2014 - Ex-cop sentenced for having sex with informant
A southern New Jersey police officer will not have to serve a prison term for using his position to engage in sexual conduct with a female informant.
27, Nov 2014 - Fighter War Machine to face trial on 34 felonies
LAS VEGAS (AP) -- A mixed martial arts fighter who changed his name to War Machine was ordered Friday to stand trial in Nevada state court on 34 felony charges including attempted murder, sexual assault and kidnapping that could get him life in prison for allegedly attacking his porn star ex-girlfriend and her friend.
27, Nov 2014 - Vermont fights industry's bid to block GMO law
The state of Vermont is asking a federal judge to throw out a food industry lawsuit that seeks to block Vermont's new GMO labeling law from taking effect. Attorney General Bill Sorrell said on Monday that ...
27, Nov 2014 - Former Charlotte mayor reports to federal prison
Former Charlotte Mayor Patrick Cannon reported to federal prison at FCI Morgantown in West Virginia Tuesday, just before noon.
27, Nov 2014 - Arias defense focuses on sex, secrets, religion
FILE - In this Thursday, Oct. 30, 2014, file photo, Jodi Arias looks on during her sentencing phase retrial at Maricopa County Superior Court in Phoenix.
27, Nov 2014 - BP & The Real State of the Gulf – Pollution Report for Thursday, November 6, 2014
The following is a summary of the 11/6/14 daily beach oiling report issued by the Florida Department of Environmental Protection (FDEP). I will endeavor to publish this summary each day the FDEP issues such a report. While the media and public believe that the effects of BP’s Deepwater Horizon Blowout and Oil Spill have been largely eradicated, this data […]
27, Nov 2014 - Trump lawyers demand trial in defamation case
CAMDEN, New Jersey (Reuters) - Lawyers for real estate mogul Donald Trump urged a judge on Monday to allow his defamation case against a journalist to go forward, saying the writer damaged his reputation by contending he is not a billionaire.
27, Nov 2014 - Serial rapist sentenced for crimes committed as a senior in high school
People in Whitehaven are feeling safer now that their neighbor was convicted of raping numerous women. Daramis Sharkey, who was a senior at Whitehaven High School when he committed the crimes, was sentenced to 60 years in prison.
27, Nov 2014 - Harold Hamm Divorce Settlement: Oil Tycoon Ordered To Pay Nearly $1 Billion
OKLAHOMA CITY - The chairman and CEO of energy giant Continental Resources Inc. must pay his ex-wife nearly $1 billion as part of a divorce settlement, an Oklahoma judge ruled Monday. Oklahoma County District Judge Howard Haralson's order directs Harold Hamm to pay his ex-wife, Sue Ann Hamm, $995.4 million for "property division alimony." Harold Hamm was directed to pay $322 million to Sue Ann ...
27, Nov 2014 - 14-plus years for Cuban ballplayer smuggler
MIAMI (AP) — The convicted ringleader of a smuggling organization that brought more than 1,000 Cubans into the U.S., some of them baseball players including Texas Rangers outfielder Leonys Martin, was sentenced Monday to more than 14 years in federal prison.
27, Nov 2014 - Kansas Foster Dad Pleads Guilty in Hot-Car Death
Seth Jackson could get between 31 and 136 months in prison when be sentenced January 30 for the death of his 10-month-old foster child.
27, Nov 2014 - Oklahoma Court Orders Tax Commission To Repay American Airlines
The Oklahoma Supreme Court says American Airlines is entitled to sales tax refunds that could total more than $1 million.
27, Nov 2014 - Big Cat owner loses court battle, plans to appeal
Karl Mitchell has hit a legal roadblock in his desire to keep tigers in their current location in Pahrump.
27, Nov 2014 - Albemarle Sheriff calls for Change in DNA Collection Protocols
The Albemarle Sheriff says collecting swabs from people convicted of misdemeanors would allow early detection of predators before they commit serious crimes.
27, Nov 2014 - Signals mixed in NCAA motion regarding Penn State consent decree
In an odd twist, the NCAA submitted a brief in Commonwealth Court this week asking for exactly what it has been fighting against: a trial on the consent decree that led to sanctions against Penn State.
27, Nov 2014 - 36-year sentence for American man who drove abducted son to Brandon
A 52-year-old Colorado man who abducted his son and drove the boy north to Brandon, Man, has been slapped with a 36-year prison sentence. In Boulder District Court, a judge handed out the stiff punishment to Monty Turner on Friday for his role in the 2013 kidnapping of his son Luke. Turner, 52,
27, Nov 2014 - Texas authorities investigating man sentenced to death in Pa.
A former Burleson resident sentenced to death Tuesday in Pennsylvania for dismembering a woman is under investigation by the Texas Rangers after he told authorities he killed five women in… Click to Continue »
27, Nov 2014 - BP & The Real State of the Gulf – Pollution Report for Friday, November 14, 2014
The following is a summary of the 11/14/14 daily beach oiling report issued by the Florida Department of Environmental Protection (FDEP). I will endeavor to publish this summary each day the FDEP issues such a report. While the media and public believe that the effects of BP’s Deepwater Horizon Blowout and Oil Spill have been largely eradicated, this data […]
27, Nov 2014 - Ex-probation officer on trial over sexual favors
A former western Pennsylvania probation officer is on trial on charges he solicited sexual favors from women who failed drug urine tests while he supervised them.
27, Nov 2014 - Ownership of Brundidge landfill in judge’s hands
“This landfill has had a tortured, tortured past.”That is the way Brundidge Acquisitions’ attorney Craig Dillard described the landfill located in Brundidge during a hearing before Circuit Judge Tom
27, Nov 2014 - Passed by a wide margin by voters, legal minds still split on Mo. Amendment 2
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Prosecutors believe it’s going to keep your kids safe and help put very bad people in prison; while defense attorneys argue it violates your constitutional rights. Missouri’s Amendment 2 has sparked debate throughout campaign season, as it allows previous criminal activities, even if the person was never convicted, to be admissible […]
27, Nov 2014 - Man to be executed for dismembering homeless woman
A jury on Tuesday sentenced a Pennsylvania man to death for the first-degree murder of a homeless woman whose body parts were found stuffed in garbage bags strewn along two highways.
27, Nov 2014 - Fake doctor gets 23 years for sex assault on Colorado girl, 9
A Colorado man convicted of sexually assaulting a 9-year-old Vietnamese girl while posing as an immigration facility doctor to gain access to her family's home was sentenced on Wednesday to 23 years to life in prison, prosecutors said.
27, Nov 2014 - Fight over Coeur d’Alene mansion fixtures ends in settlement - Sat, 22 Nov 2014 PST
The former owner of a lavish Lake Coeur d’Alene mansion has agreed to return several large items he had removed from the home prior to losing it in bankruptcy. A settlement in Idaho Bankruptcy Court this week means former owner Denny Ryerson, 70, will return the large dock and three power generators that were removed from the house before it was acquired by the current owner, Dana Martin.
27, Nov 2014 - Prison Contracts Task Force is Reviewing Documents
JACKSON, Miss. (AP) — Former Mississippi Attorney General Mike Moore said Friday that he and others on a new task force have already started examining contracts awarded by the Department of Corrections as they evaluate state spending with private prison companies and other vendors.
27, Nov 2014 - Ohio man exonerated after 39 years in prison
A Cleveland judge has dropped all charges against a man who has spent 39 years in prison for murder, making him the longest-held US prisoner to be exonerated.
27, Nov 2014 - Same sex couples react after appeals court upholds marriage ban
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich.– The ruling from U.S. 6th Circuit Court of Appeals got a lot of reaction Thursday, especially from those couples who were hoping to get married, or who did tie the knot during the brief period when it was legal in Michigan. “It’s the lifelong commitment. We decided it was important after the […]
27, Nov 2014 - Fairgrounds Project Linked to Schools Lawsuits
Attorneys for the city of Memphis and for Shelby County Schools are trying another round of court-ordered mediation before the Thanksgiving holiday in...
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