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Lawsuit Filed Against Jody Kriss, Former Bayrock Executive & Founder of East River Partners
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Second Oregon sex offender at Umatilla prison dies unexpectedly in just nine days
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22, Nov 2014 - Supreme Court stays execution of Mark Christeson
ST. LOUIS (AP) -- The U.S. Supreme Court late Tuesday halted the execution of a Missouri man who killed a woman and her two children, citing concerns that his legal counsel was ineffective.
22, Nov 2014 - Judge orders sex offenders be returned to Texas
HOUSTON (AP) — A Houston-area judge has ordered two violent sex offenders to be returned to Texas and placed in state custody once they complete lengthy prison sentences for sex offenses commi…
22, Nov 2014 - Girlfriend Who Lured Student in Rape, Murder Denied Parole
A woman involved in the killing of a University of New Hampshire student in October 2012 won't be getting out of prison yet.
22, Nov 2014 - Prison Task Force Member Speaks on Epps
Governor Phil Bryant has added three new members to a task force to review Mississippi prison contracts.
22, Nov 2014 - Feds: Tribe could get casino land as soon as January
In a significant development in a yearslong fight to build a casino in Clark County, the Cowlitz Tribe was notified Wednesday they’ll receive 152 acres west of La Center in January or within 30 days of a federal court ruling in their favor, whichever comes first.
22, Nov 2014 - Judge finds Iowa teen not guilty by reason of insanity in killing of 5-year-old foster brother
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.
22, Nov 2014 - Itawamba County Man Receives a Life Sentence in the Killing of a Fellow Inmate
NEWS RELEASE:Madison and Rankin Counties' District Attorney Michael Guest announced today that Tyler James Smith pled guilty to first degree murder and was sentenced to life in prison for the killing of Clifton Majors. On September 1, 2013, Smith and Majors were both incarcerated in the Mississippi Department of Corrections and were being housed at the Central Mississippi Correctional Facility ...
22, Nov 2014 - McDonald honored for 25 years of service to Lee County
A Lee County attorney has been honored by his peers for his performance as a county attorney.
22, Nov 2014 - In East Grand Forks, man accused of raping family member, fathering child
Police arrested a North Dakota man last week on allegations he raped a member of his family at their East Grand Forks home over several years when she was 15 to 18 years old, according to court records.
22, Nov 2014 - John DeBlase Convicted Of Killing His Two Children
DeBlase To Face Either Life In Prison Or Death Penalty.
22, Nov 2014 - Teacher sentenced after pleading guilty to sex crimes against student
A local teacher who accepted a plea deal after being accused of having sex with a student has been sentenced to 90-180 months behind bars.
22, Nov 2014 - Decision day is here for voters, candidates | 2014 Election
It's a significant election. Post-election, Kitsap County will have a new sheriff (Undersheriff Gary Simpson is unopposed in his campaign to succeed Steve Boyer, who is retiring), a new assessor (Paul Avery is retiring after 16 years), a new auditor (Walt Washington is retiring after six years in the job), and a new District Court judge (James Riehl is retiring)
22, Nov 2014 - Iowa man who killed bald eagle sentenced in federal court
Jason John Thomas, 36, of What Cheer, killed a bald eagle in 2011. He was sentenced in federal court Thursday.                
22, Nov 2014 - Richmond teen sentenced for murder of Virginia Union student
A Richmond teen was sentenced to 44 years in prison for the murder of a Virginia Union student-athlete in February.Nineteen-year-old Willie Lee was sentenced to 30 years for murder, eight years for weapons charges and six years for robbery during an emotional hearing on Friday. He was convicted of shooting and killing Kahron Lee, also known as Sosa, while the Computer Information Systems major ...
22, Nov 2014 - Cyclones win opener against Oakland
For much of his tenure as Iowa State’s coach, Fred Hoiberg’s basketball teams have proven they can light up a scoreboard as well as any team in the country. This season, though, Hoiberg thinks the key to his team’s success lies at the other end of the court.
22, Nov 2014 - Peterson accepts plea bargain
CONROE, Texas — Minnesota Vikings star Adrian Peterson avoided jail Tuesday by reaching a deal with Texas prosecutors to resolve a child abuse case that revived a national debate about corporal punishment.
22, Nov 2014 - Former inmates released under Prop. 36 doing well, advocates say
“You cannot find another group of prisoners who have been released from almost anywhere that have had such a low recidivism rate,” said Michael Romano, who heads the Three Strikes Project and helped write Prop. 36. Advocates for crime victims, though, say it’s too soon to draw conclusions about Prop. 36, one of several measures passed in recent years designed to throttle back a tough-on-crime ...
22, Nov 2014 - Utah man flew 242 pounds of pot to East Coast
PITTSBURGH (AP) — A Utah man faces five to 40 years in federal prison after pleading guilty Monday to flying 242 pounds of marijuana from northern California, which was intercepted at a small western Pennsylvania airport.
22, Nov 2014 - Indiana man gets 90 years for molesting 3 girls
A southwestern Indiana man convicted last month of molesting three young girls has been sentenced to 90 years in prison.
22, Nov 2014 - Dixon trial: 7 hours of jury deliberations not unusual
Local attorneys weigh in on the 7 hour jury deliberation.
22, Nov 2014 - Man gets life sentence for fatal shooting
A central Florida man has been sentenced to life in prison for his part in a fatal shooting.
22, Nov 2014 - Judge rejects state's plea bargain with alleged rapist
MICHIGAN CITY — Judge Kathleen Lang denied Thursday the plea bargain reached between the state and 36-year-old Terry Maurice Thomas, who pleaded guilty last month to rape – the second time he has done
22, Nov 2014 - Report: Prosecutor won't file escape charges against Ohio school shooter who fled prison
An Ohio prosecutor has decided against filing charges against convicted high school shooter T.J.
22, Nov 2014 - Burglary case still going after five years, two verdicts, two appeals
The five-year-old case of a Harrisville Township man accused of trespassing on some friends’ property while armed with a gun has seen little progress since a judge in the case recused himself a year ago. A jury has twice found Matthew Hartman, 45, guilty of aggravated burglary, a first-degree felony. But the 9th District Court Read More... The post Burglary case still going after five years, two ...
22, Nov 2014 - Connecticut father sues after Ebola fears keep daughter from school
By David Ingram and Richard Weizel MILFORD Conn. (Reuters) - A father sued a Connecticut elementary school on Tuesday, saying his 7-year-old daughter was discriminated against and banned from school for 21 days based on irrational fears of Ebola because she attended a wedding in Nigeria. Stephen Opayemi filed the lawsuit in federal court in New Haven, Connecticut. He asked a judge to order the ...
22, Nov 2014 - Montana Attorney General files appeal of same-sex marriage ruling
HELENA -- Montana Attorney General Tim Fox will appeal Wednesday's federal court ruling that found Montana's same-sex marriage ban to be unconstitutional.
22, Nov 2014 - Loretta Lynch, U.S. attorney for N.Y., nominated to be attorney general
If confirmed by the Senate, Loretta Lynch would be the first African American woman to hold the attorney general?s post.
22, Nov 2014 - Vegalab LLC Enters the California Market with Successful Trials
Vegalab’s All Natural Products Combated a Variety of Diseases (PRWeb November 05, 2014) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2014/11/prweb12302783.htm
22, Nov 2014 - Edwards looks to make a big impact after year off the court
The junior Canadian transfer is ready for his time under the lights in Bramlage Coliseum
22, Nov 2014 - Missouri Consumers to Receive Payments from Antitrust Settlement with LCD Manufacturers
Eight of the defendant companies also entered guilty pleas to federal antitrust charges, paying more than $1.3 billion in fines, and several executives served prison sentences as a result of the conspiracy.
22, Nov 2014 - GranuFlo Lawsuit Filings Rise To Over 2,100 As First Bellwether Trials Are Scheduled, The Oliver La
Bellwether Trials Have Been Scheduled For GranuFlo Lawsuit Complaints That Allege Patients Suffered Heart Attack, Stroke, And Cardiac Arrest After The Administration Of GranuFlo and NaturaLyte Dialysis Solutions. (PRWeb October 28, 2014) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2014/10/prweb12281198.htm
22, Nov 2014 - NJ Transit pushing court battle vs. mobster's kin
The canceled rail tunnel project under the Hudson River that has already cost New Jersey hundreds of millions of dollars could wind up enriching the family of a convicted mobster to the tune of millions ...
22, Nov 2014 - Star witness testifies in ‘ambulance chasing’ trial against State Rep. Ron Reynolds
The man who orchestrated an illegal scheme to match accident injury patients with legal and medical service providers testified for nearly five hours Thursday in the barratry trial against Rep. Ron Re
22, Nov 2014 - Time Runs Out on Attorney General’s Fraud Suit
Schneiderman vs. Trump creates good headlines but little benefit for New Yorkers
22, Nov 2014 - Kentucky lawmaker accused of bribery may ask for trial delay
(Reuters) - A Kentucky state lawmaker who pleaded not guilty to a bribery charge this week is considering asking for a postponement of his January trial date, his lawyer said on Friday. Representative W. Keith Hall, a Democrat from eastern Kentucky who is also a coal mine owner, entered a not guilty plea on Wednesday in U.S. District Court in Pikeville to charges that he paid a state government ...
22, Nov 2014 - Vikings’ Peterson Pleads No Contest
Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson leaves the courthouse with his wife Ashley Brown Peterson Tuesday, Nov. 4, 2014, in Conroe, Texas. Adrian Peterson avoided jail time on Tuesday in a plea agreement reached with prosecutors to resolve his child abuse case.
22, Nov 2014 - Orlando trial lawyer, casino mogul behind money in medical marijuana battle
A Las Vegas casino magnate and the founder of a well-known law firm are providing the bulk of money being spent on a measure to legalize medical marijuana. Florida's battle over pot is the seventh most expensive in the nation, according to data assembled by the Center for Public Integrity. So far, $3.4 million has been spent on more than 4,200 television ads, most of them encouraging Floridians ...
22, Nov 2014 - Honigman Ranked Nationally by U.S. News & World Report and Best Lawyers® 2015 “Best Law Firms”
For the fifth consecutive year, Honigman Miller Schwartz and Cohn LLP has been ranked among the nation’s most prominent law firms in several key practice areas in the U.S. News & World Report and Best Lawyers® 2015 “Best Law Firms.” In total, Honigman was ranked nationally in 22 of its practice areas.
22, Nov 2014 - Chambers Co. jury delivers verdict in 2011 murder trial
A Chambers County jury has decided the fate of a Lanett man accused of a murder that happened in 2011.
22, Nov 2014 - APNewsBreak: Court papers filed to close another Atlantic City casino, Taj Mahal, by Dec. 12
ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. — The owner of the struggling Trump Taj Mahal Casino Resort filed court papers on Friday saying it will close next month, making it the fifth of the city's 12 casinos to shut down this year.
22, Nov 2014 - Lawyer: A-Rod admitted to DEA he used steroids from BioGenesis
MIAMI — A lawyer for the University of Miami’s former pitching coach said Wednesday that Alex Rodriguez admitted to federal investigators he used steroids supplied by the owner of a now-closed South Florida clinic.
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