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Spelling bee kids battle into the night
when they go to the dictionary there was one copy only for the pronouncer who already mentioned that the words are small and she can't see very well. I wan(...)
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Lawsuit Filed Against Jody Kriss, Former Bayrock Executive & Founder of East River Partners
Have you seen the stuff reported in the NY Post about Jody Kriss and this lawsuit? If not you should google it. You might also want to read jodykriss.com(...)
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Man Charged With Murder In Filer Pleads Not Guilty
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Second Oregon sex offender at Umatilla prison dies unexpectedly in just nine days
I am the Great Uncle of Damian Banks. He was found with numorous broken ribs and beaten pretty bad. Did the beating come from another prisoner or a guard(...)
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Soldier gets 12 years in Christmas Day killing at Alaska base
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I 'M REV WALKER,I WANT SAY THAT JUDGE AND LAWYER IN CASE OF WILLIAM FIELDS IN HOPKINSVILLES KENTUCKY,WAS GREAT UNJUST AND HARD,I DO NOT ACCEPT ANY BAD BEHA(...)
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20, Sep 2014 - Judge grants TRO in panhandling suit
A federal judge has granted a homeless man’s request for a temporary restraining order that prevents Hawaii County from enforcing its panhandling laws when he is soliciting money from passersby.
20, Sep 2014 - Texas woman's execution set for Wednesday
A Texas woman who abused and starved the 9-year-old son of her live-in girlfriend is set to be executed Wednesday. Click to Continue »
20, Sep 2014 - Cindy Stearns sentenced to 75 years in prison for role in father's death
MARION -- Although Cindy Stearns didn’t pull the trigger, her father is dead because of her, Williamson County Judge John Speroni told her Tuesday before sentencing her to 75 years in prison.
20, Sep 2014 - NY man who killed policeman, driver gets prison
MINEOLA, N.Y. — A parolee convicted of killing a New York police officer during a traffic stop and then a driver while he was fleeing has been sentenced to life in prison without parole. Nassau County Court Judge Jerald Carter told defendant Darrell Fuller on Friday that the sentence would be a "prelude to the hell that may await you." Fuller was convicted in the killings of Officer Arthur Lopez ...
20, Sep 2014 - Flint Serial Stabber Sues To Be Sent To Israel
A man serving a life sentence for murder in a series of stabbings in Michigan is suing to try to be sent to Israel, his native country.
20, Sep 2014 - Sand company co-owner gets 4 years prison for sexual assault of teen girl in 2010 in Texas
Instead of spending time setting up a frac sand mine near Downing, the operating partner for Vista Sand will be serving time in a Texas prison.
20, Sep 2014 - "Courthouse Drama" in Rankin County
Harsh language in a Rankin County emergency court order blasting the Board of Supervisors, has suddenly been deleted in a modified court order. I looked into the heart of the controversy...and found
20, Sep 2014 - Family of slain informant wins judgment over death
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) — The Kentucky Supreme Court has reinstated a damage award to the family of a teenage informant killed while working for police, but lowered the amount the state must pay.
20, Sep 2014 - Wall Street is betting on prisons
The stocks of two for-profit prison companies shot up in August.
20, Sep 2014 - Caius Veiovis triple-murder trial now in hands of jury following closing arguments
SPRINGFIELD -- The fate of Caius Veiovis is now in the hands of the jury after a morning spent listening to lawyers argue his guilt or innocence.
20, Sep 2014 - Defendant changes mind, testifies at murder trial
NORWICH, N.Y. (AP) - The murder trial of an upstate New York man has taken a last-minute twist with the defendant changing his mind and taking the stand.
20, Sep 2014 - Uphoff sentenced to federal prison time
James K. Uphoff, who for more than four decades was known as a leading expert on early childhood education and later a volunteer courtroom advocate for abused and neglected children, will spend 15 months in a federal prison for possessing child pornography. U.S. District Court Judge Walter H. Rice on Wednesday sentenced Uphoff, 77, who spent 40 years as a Wright State University education ...
20, Sep 2014 - Missouri court reworks early voting ballot summary
A proposed constitutional amendment on the November ballot will ask Missouri voters whether to authorize a 6-day early voting period for future general elections. Read more
20, Sep 2014 - Poker permission awaits appeals court decision
COEUR d'ALENE - The Coeur d'Alene Tribe will have to continue without its Texas hold 'em tournaments while it waits for a decision by a federal appeals court.
20, Sep 2014 - Ohio school shooter T.J. Lane recaptured 100 yards from prison
Ohio high school shooter T.J. Lane and a fellow inmate were returned to custody at an Ohio state prison early Friday morning, after their escape prompted an hours-long search through the night to recapture them.
20, Sep 2014 - Skin shocks used at school draw look from US
Self-injury is one of the most difficult behaviors associated with autism and other developmental or intellectual disabilities, and a private facility outside Boston that takes on some of the hardest-to-treat cases is embroiled in a major debate: The federal Food and Drug Administration is considering whether to ban devices used by the Judge Rotenberg Educational Center in Canton, Massachusetts ...
20, Sep 2014 - Check out this weekend's Big Deal events
Terror Behind the Walls: Fright-night season at Eastern State Pen opened Friday. New for 2014: a machine shop with "gruesome industrial scenes." Yipes.
20, Sep 2014 - New London-Groton water taxi to run on trial basis next month
The city's Port Authority on Thursday conditionally approved use of City Pier as a stop for a water taxi expected to run during two weekends in September as part of a pilot program funded by the state.
20, Sep 2014 - Former Virginia governor's letter to wife
The text of former Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell's email to his wife, Maureen, introduced into evidence in their public corruption trial:
20, Sep 2014 - Trial set in Hawaii scuba fight over tropical fish
KAILUA-KONA, Hawaii (AP) — A Hawaii man who collects and sells tropical fish for a living has pleaded not guilty to a charge of terroristic threatening for allegedly pulling the air-supply regulator out of the mouth of an anti-aquarium industry activist while underwater.
20, Sep 2014 - How Court Fees Became An Emotional Issue In Ferguson, Mo.
The City Council met for the first time since the shooting of 18-year-old Michael Brown. A proposal was introduced to address one source of tension: heavy collection of court fines and fees.
20, Sep 2014 - Hernandez's lawyers move to suppress more evidence in murder trial
Aaron Hernandez's lawyers filed paperwork Tuesday to throw out several items of evidence that include the former Patriots tight end's cellphone and boxes of ammunition that police seized from his Franklin apartment last summer.
20, Sep 2014 - Oklahoma NAACP wants alleged assaults investigated
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — The president of the Oklahoma NAACP wants the U.S. attorney general to open a hate crimes and civil rights investigation into alleged sexual assaults on black women by an Oklahoma City police officer.
20, Sep 2014 - Michigan couple plead guilty in pill pipeline case that led to Kentucky
Clarence D. Bentley and Kelly Bentley of Michigan were charged in federal court with their doctor, Anthony Jungho Choe, with conspiring to provide pills to drug dealers in the Pike and Floyd County areas. The Bentleys both pleaded guilty in recent weeks. Such plea agreements typically would require them to testify against Choe.
20, Sep 2014 - Two charged with Yorkville Domino’s robbery
Two men already serving prison time for robbing several local pizza parlors have been charged with holding up a Yorkville Domino’s in 2011.
20, Sep 2014 - Florida prison system, under fire, releases data on inmate deaths
Judith Arrascue says she has tried for months to find out what happened to her husband, Luis, a state prison inmate who died at the Lake Butler Reception and Medical Center in April.
20, Sep 2014 - Ryan Leaf Sentenced to 5 Years in Prison for Violating Probation
Former NFL quarterback Ryan Leaf has been sentenced to five years in Texas prison after being found guilty of violating his probation stemming from a 2012 drug charge, but he will not be forced to spend any time in jail. According to an Associated Press report  (via ESPN.com), Texas prosecutors have decided to give Leaf time-served following his prison stint in Montana. The No. 2 overall pick in ...
20, Sep 2014 - Attorneys argue over allowing child porn evidence in Frederiksen murder trial
WAVERLY | Attorneys Tuesday argued about whether jurors in Casey Frederiksen's murder trial will hear about his collection of child pornography.
20, Sep 2014 - Lobbyist, lawyer Thomas H. Boggs Jr. dead at 73
The cause was an apparent heart attack, said his sister, the broadcast journalist Cokie Roberts.
20, Sep 2014 - Shepard
NOTICE OF INFORMAL PROBATE OF WILL AND INFORMAL APPOINTMENT OF CO-PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS STATE OF MINNESOTA COUNTY OF ANOKA DISTRICT COURT TENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT Court File No.: 02-PR-14-464 In Re: Estate of Richard S. Shepard, Decedent. Notice is given that an Application for Informal Probate of Will and Informal Appointment of Co-Personal [...]
20, Sep 2014 - Colorado teen pleads guilty to conspiring to assist Islamic State
A Colorado teenager pleaded guilty in federal court Wednesday to conspiring to assist Islamic insurgents in Syria. Shannon Conley of Arvada, Colo., is charged with one count of conspiracy to provide material support to the militant group known as the Islamic State or IS (also known as ISIS or ISIL). During a hearing at the US federal courthouse in Denver, she agreed to a plea deal that requires ...
20, 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.
20, Sep 2014 - Italian Village Pizza owners plead guilty to tax evasion, conspiracy
Two businessmen who own or collect license fees from about 20 Italian Village Pizza stores in Western Pennsylvania admitted in federal court Wednesday that they ...
20, Sep 2014 - Texas Gubernatorial Candidates Go To The Border To Court Voters
Republicans have won every statewide office in Texas for 20 years, but the growing Hispanic population tends to vote Democrat, and the GOP's survival may depend on recruiting Hispanic supporters.
20, Sep 2014 - Merle Haggard still on the road
Even Merle Haggard gets nervous about stepping onto a stage when the audience is filled with songwriters, record label executives and fellow artists.
20, Sep 2014 - Texas appeals court rejects inmate's lawsuit over expired execution drugs
An appeals court rejected Willie Trottie's lawsuit which claimed the drug Texas officials plan to use for his lethal injection tonight is expired and could cause him unconstitutionally "tortuous" pain.
20, Sep 2014 - 3 Jefferson Co. attorneys accused of withholding information
If you live in Jefferson County, your tax dollars will be paying for the legal fees for one current and two former county attorneys who are now in trouble with a federal judge.
20, Sep 2014 - Lawrence, Douglas County say joint project for police headquarters, jail expansion unlikely
A big number is brewing in the world of Douglas County law enforcement. In November, Lawrence voters will go to the polls to decide whether to spend about $28 million to build a new police headquarters. Before the end of the year, Douglas County commissioners may hire an architect for what would be a multimillion dollar expansion of the county’s jail. By Chad Lawhorn
20, Sep 2014 - Suspended Richmond attorney angers clients
Clients of suspended Richmond attorney Edward Thomas Kemp are frustrated with Kemp's conduct and told Call 6 Investigator Kara Kenney their attorney has been unreachable for months.
20, Sep 2014 - Woman suspended 6 months for photos 'intended to confuse, deceive and mislead the public'
A California lawyer is facing license suspension for alleged deceptive advertising by photoshopping herself into cozy pictures with politicians and celebrities on her official website.
20, Sep 2014 - TribWeek: In Case You Missed It
Defense attorneys representing Gov. Rick Perry said Monday that there was nothing illegal or inappropriate about his veto of funding for the state's public integrity unit after Travis County DA Rosemary Lehmberg refused to resign.
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