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30, Sep 2014 - Fresno man sentenced for pointing laser at plane
FRESNO, Calif. (AP) — Federal prosecutors say a 22-year-old Fresno man has been sentenced to 18 months in prison for aiming a laser pointer at a California Highway Patrol airplane.
30, Sep 2014 - Montana told to release rape records to author
A judge has ordered the University of Montana to turn over to author Jon Krakauer any records on how the state's higher education commissioner handled a rape case against Grizzlies quarterback Jordan Johnson.
30, Sep 2014 - Ohio judge's attorney wants charges dismissed
The attorney for a southwest Ohio judge being tried on felony counts says the case against her should be thrown out.
30, Sep 2014 - Real tax trouble for RHONJ stars
The love that Teresa and Joe Giudice share has not diminished as the Real Housewives of New Jersey reality TV couple faces possible prison time on a variety of tax and fraud charges.
30, Sep 2014 - Oil and gas companies court military veterans as shale boom grows
John MacZura, an Army infantry veteran, started work a week after graduation.
30, Sep 2014 - State highlights: Calif. health insurers and contraception coverage; Alaska sues Xerox over Medicai
Health insurance policies in California will have to cover all federally approved contraceptives for women by 2016 without charging co-payments under legislation signed this week by Gov. Jerry Brown, countering trends in other states and the U.S. Supreme Court. The bill, SB1053 by Sen. Holly Mitchell, D-Los Angeles, expands state laws that required coverage for most birth-control drugs and ...
30, Sep 2014 - The Long, Scary Journey From A 'Terrorist's Son' To A Peace Activist
When Zak Ebrahim was 7 years old, his father, El Sayyid Nosair, assassinated Meir Kahane, the militant ultra-Orthodox, anti-Arab rabbi who founded the Jewish Defense League. That was in 1990. Then, from prison, Nosair helped plot the 1993 World Trade Center bombing — and was later convicted as one of the conspirators. Ebrahim was shocked to learn what his father was capable of. So was Ebrahim's ...
30, Sep 2014 - Ex-Aryan Nations attorney dies in federal prison
COEUR D'ALENE, Idaho (AP) — Edgar Steele, who once represented Aryan Nations founder Richard Butler in a lawsuit that bankrupted the white supremacist group, has died in federal prison in California. Steele was 69.
30, Sep 2014 - James McVay Commits Suicide at State Penitentiary
State prison inmate James McVay has died as the result of a suicide.
30, Sep 2014 - Albany Attorney Named in Super Lawyers and Best Lawyers
Robert H. Iseman Recognized in Two National Directories (PRWeb September 17, 2014) Read the full story at
30, Sep 2014 - Judge: Billionaire can't close off California beach
Frances Burns REDWOOD CITY, Calif., Sept. 25 (UPI) -- A judge has ruled for a California surfing group that challenged a Silicon Valley billionaire's right to close a road crossing his property to a popular beach.
30, Sep 2014 - Florida Supreme Court sends same-sex divorce case back to lower court
Mariama Shaw and Keiba Shaw, married in Massachusetts, were denied divorce in Hillsborough County. The Florida Supreme Court on Friday declined a request for it to take up the issue of same-sex marriage, sending back to a lower court the case of two women who were denied a divorce by a Hillsborough County circuit judge.
30, Sep 2014 - Chris Christie lets casinos, racetracks offer sports betting in New Jersey, defying US law
ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. – Gov. Chris Christie’s administration issued a directive Monday allowing the state’s casinos and racetracks to offer sports betting without fear of criminal or civil liability. The governor said he took his cue from previous federal court rulings that found that nothing in New Jersey law prohibits the casinos and horse racing Read the Rest of the Entry
30, Sep 2014 - Is the death penalty dead in Colorado?
On the evening of October 13th, 1997, Gary Lee Davis, a convicted murderer and rapist, was put to death by lethal injection at the Colorado State Penitentiary.  The last time any Colorado inmate was put to death. During the last 17 years, according to the Colorado Bureau of Investigation, there have been over 2,600 murders in Colorado but only three men are on death row: Nathan Dunlap, Sir Mario ...
30, Sep 2014 - Appeals court won't rehear speedy trial claim
HOUSTON (AP) — The Texas Court of Criminal Appeals has refused to reconsider its ruling backing lower courts that found speedy trial rights have not been violated for a man in prison for more than three decades since his murder conviction was overturned.
30, Sep 2014 - Former Ala. Sheriff's Investigator Sentenced to 36 Months for Assaulting Handcuffed Man at Maco
Montgomery, Ala. – J. Keith McCray, previously a criminal investigator with the Macon County, Alabama, Sheriff’s Office, was sentenced today by Judge Myron H. Thompson to 36 months in prison and two years of supervised release for assaulting a handcuffed man at the county jail, announced the Justice Department and U.S. Attorney George L. Beck, Jr. for the Middle District of Alabama.
30, Sep 2014 - Eric Holder To Step Down As Attorney General
The nation's first black U.S. attorney general had a tumultuous tenure marked by civil rights advances, national security threats, sentencing reforms and battles with congressional Republicans.
30, Sep 2014 - Judge Tracie Hunter again asks judge in her case to recuse himself
There were fireworks in court Tuesday on day seven of Judge Tracie Hunter’s trial.
30, Sep 2014 - Twenty-One Phillips Nizer Attorneys Named to the 2014 Super Lawyers® Metro New York List
Four Attorneys Also Selected As 2014 New York Metro Rising Stars, Increasing the Firm's Total Count of Recognized Attorneys to Twenty-Five (PRWeb September 29, 2014) Read the full story at
30, Sep 2014 - Columbia to recognize same-sex spouse in city retirement plans
The amendment conforms with the Supreme Court's 2013 ruling that repealed Section 3 of the Defense of Marriage Act. Read more
30, Sep 2014 - Trial begins for man accused of killing cyclist
It began with a home invasion that led to a police chase, a fatal accident and a foot chase that ended with the arrest of Benito Garza, 38, two years ago.  The dramatic story was told Tuesday during the testimony in the first day of Garza's trial as the state of Texas builds its case against the man accused of striking and killing motorcyclist Pedro Tenorio, 55, while fleeing from police ...
30, Sep 2014 - S.C. Testosterone Lawsuit Lawyers Standeffer & Harbin Review Consequences of FDA Panel’s Caution
Attorneys review how federal lawsuits are emerging in light of the potential cardiac risks associated with testosterone therapy prescriptions for men. (PRWeb September 30, 2014) Read the full story at
30, Sep 2014 - Man gets 38 years for kidnapping and rape
A former Lewis Center man was sentenced today to 38 years in prison for kidnapping, burning and raping an 18-year-old man. A jury in Delaware County Common Pleas Court convicted Larry Fox, 45, on Aug. 28 of two counts of rape, three counts of kidnapping and one count of abduction.
30, Sep 2014 - Police arrest suspect in search for missing Virginia student
A man suspected of kidnapping a University of Virginia student will be held without bond in Texas pending his extradition to Virginia, a Texas county judge ruled on Thursday.
30, Sep 2014 - Feds terminate parole for Addam Swapp of infamous standoff
SALT LAKE CITY — The federal courts have quietly ended supervised release for Addam Swapp, convicted of his role in the 1988 bombing of an LDS Church and a standoff. In a filing over the weekend, U.S. District Court Judge Bruce Jenkins ordered that Swapp no longer be supervised and his case terminated. Read the […]
30, Sep 2014 - AG: Changes to health insurance didn't follow law
Gov. Bobby Jindal's administration skipped required legal steps in making changes to the health insurance plans that cover state employees, teachers and retirees, the state attorney general's office said Tuesday.
30, Sep 2014 - Scott Walker seeks delay in reporting to prison
Ocean Springs businessman Scott Walker is asking a federal judge to delay his deadline to report to prison for his role in defrauding the Mississippi Department of Marine Resources and the city of D'Iberville.
30, Sep 2014 - Groups argue over alcohol measure on ballot
LITTLE ROCK — Opponents of a proposal to expand alcohol sales to all Arkansas counties argued Thursday it would lead to liquor stores opening near churches and schools, an accusation the group behind the measure denied as the two sides filed briefs before the state's highest court.
30, Sep 2014 - New Study: Prop. 47 Would Help California Address Overcrowded Prisons
SAN FRANCISCO – A measure on the November ballot would reclassify six non-violent felonies to misdemeanors, a move that observers say could help California finally comply with a federal mandate to reduce its overcrowded prison system. Under Proposition 47,...
30, Sep 2014 - Tesla prevails in top Massachusetts court over direct sales
Massachusetts' highest court on Monday threw out a lawsuit seeking to block Tesla Motors Inc from selling its luxury electric cars directly to consumers in the state, enabling it to bypass traditional dealerships. The state's Supreme Judicial Court unanimously concluded that the Massachusetts State Automobile Dealers Association and two dealers lacked standing to block direct Tesla sales under a ...
30, Sep 2014 - Texas executes woman convicted of starving and torturing 9-year-old (+video)
Lisa Coleman became the ninth convicted killer and the second woman to receive the lethal injection in Texas this year. Coleman was found guilty of starving and torturing the 9-year-old son of her girlfriend in 2004.
30, Sep 2014 - Ex-New Orleans Mayor Reports To Federal Prison In Texas
Former New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin has reported to a federal prison in Texarkana, Texas, to begin serving a 10-year sentence.
30, Sep 2014 - Prison agency gets $1 million to fight injuries
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - The Indiana Department of Correction has been awarded nearly $1 million to identify offenders with traumatic brain injuries and help them avoid a return to prison. The four-year federal grant came from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services/Health Resources and Services Administration. ...
30, Sep 2014 - Lawyers question investigator's methods in robbery case
Lawyers for a 28-year-old Lubbock man Monday questioned the means investigators used to identify their client as a suspect in an armed robbery two years ago.
30, Sep 2014 - NY Man Sent To Prison For Burning 13 Pit Bulls To Death
A New York man who trained pit bulls to fight and then allegedly set fire to their pen in his garage, resulting in the death of 13 dogs, was sentenced to prison on Monday. Anthony Reddick, 53, admitted that he illegally trained the pit bulls to fight, and when first responders found his garage on NY Man Sent To Prison For Burning 13 Pit Bulls To Death is an article from: The Inquisitr News
30, Sep 2014 - Jury hits Ethicon with $3.25 million verdict in mesh case
A federal jury in West Virginia on Friday awarded a woman $3.27 million in one of 33,000 lawsuits that accuse Johnson & Johnson’s Ethicon Inc unit of selling defective transvaginal mesh devices. Following a nearly two-week trial, jurors found Ethicon liable for selling faulty devices and failing to warn patients and their doctors that users were at risk from side effects that include pain ...
30, Sep 2014 - A.G. candidates Sean Reyes, Charles Stormont scrutinize campaign donations
Utah Attorney General candidates Sean Reyes and Charles Stormont are closely scrutinizing campaign donations because of the...
30, Sep 2014 - Current radar, watches/warnings
A divided appeals court Wednesday upheld the power of Gov. Rick Scott to appoint a Northeast Florida judge, rejecting arguments that voters should fill the seat in November.
30, Sep 2014 - Kentucky woman sentenced to 6 years in prison
A one-time pharmacy manager in eastern Kentucky has been sentenced to six years in federal prison for her role in a scheme to illegally dispense thousands of prescription pills.
30, Sep 2014 - St. Louis gay couples argue it is fundamental right to have their marriages recognized
A judge in Kansas City heard arguments on a similar case last week.
30, Sep 2014 - Case of shaken baby's future goes to top Maine court
By Dave Sherwood PORTLAND Maine (Reuters) - Maine's Supreme Court this month will consider whether the state can issue a "do-not-resuscitate" order for a severely debilitated child living in foster care over the objections of her biological mother. Following that incident, the child's mother, Virginia Trask, 18, agreed to the do-not-resuscitate order, according to legal filings.
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