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Lawsuit Filed Against Jody Kriss, Former Bayrock Executive & Founder of East River Partners
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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
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21, Nov 2014 - 99-year sentence ruled in Montgomery County meth distribution case
A 36-year-old man was sentenced to l99-years in prison Wednesday for being caught with more than 100 grams of methamphetamine last December.
21, Nov 2014 - Florida State shooter went from liked to troubled
Florida State graduate Myron May seemed to change from a well-liked young attorney to would-be killer in a matter of months, stopped only by a fusillade of police bullets outside the library at his alma mater after he...
21, Nov 2014 - Ruling stays execution
SOUTH BEND — A northern Indiana judge has ruled a man convicted of abducting and killing a Franklin College student in 1997 is not competent to be executed.
21, Nov 2014 - Schools in limbo after broadband pact struck down
BOISE, Idaho (AP) - An Idaho school official says high school students relying on the Idaho Education Network to complete a state-required math course may not be able to graduate now that the broadband contract is void. Earlier this week, a judge tossed out Idaho's $60 million school ...
21, Nov 2014 - Directors respond to constituents on criminal case
Miriam S. Cody Staff Writer 11/21//2014 The Indian Valley Community Services District board of directors answered questions about the Leanna May Moore case at the Nov. 12 meeting of the Indian Valley Community Services District. Former General Manager Moore was sentenced to 10 years in prison for the embezzlement of over $600,000 from the district.
21, Nov 2014 - Groups sue feds over Pacific bigeye tuna fishing rule
Environmental groups are suing the National Marine Fisheries Service to challenge a new rule for fishing bigeye tuna, a popular species for sushi and fish steaks. The lawsuit filed in federal court in Honolulu on Thursday says the regulation undermines international efforts to end overfishing of bigeye. The complaint says the rule invents separate catch limits for American Samoa, Guam and the ...
21, Nov 2014 - Gaston attorney honored for 50 years of practicing law
The N.C. State Bar recently honored Attorney Charles Katzenstein of Katzenstein & Lorance in Gastonia for his 50 years in practice.
21, Nov 2014 - Gay-marriage ban argued in Arkansas' Supreme, U.S. courts
The Arkansas Supreme Court and a federal judge heard arguments for and against the state's ban on same-sex marriages Thursday.
21, Nov 2014 - State Debate: Supreme Court outranks the AG, Beloit Daily News points out
A daily roundup of interesting newspaper editorials and blog posts from around Madison and Wisconsin.
21, Nov 2014 - Son sent to prison after Colorado woman festered in filth
GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. (AP) — A Grand Valley man has been sentenced to five years in prison for neglecting his mother so severely authorities say her life was in danger.
21, Nov 2014 - 'Premature' announcement: Prison relocation process slows down
The Legislature's Prison Relocation Commission may have been "premature" in announcing sites shortlist.
21, Nov 2014 - At San Quentin, from prisoner to programmer
Separating San Quentin State Prison from San Francisco is just 20 miles of the San Francisco Bay, but the divide between the prison and the opportunity of the city’s tech boom is much wider. In collaboration with San Francisco nonprofit the Last Mile Program and the coding school Hack Reactor, San Quentin recently began offering a six-month coding boot camp designed to prepare inmates to join ...
21, Nov 2014 - Constitution Check: Will the Supreme Court reinforce majority rule in Congress?
Lyle Denniston, the National Constitution Center’s adviser on constitutional literacy, looks at a challenge that will attempt to persuade the Supreme Court to finally rule on the constitutionality of Senate filibusters.
21, Nov 2014 - Fla. man gets life in prison in loud music killing
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) — A Florida man convicted of first-degree murder for fatally shooting a teenager in an argument over loud music outside a Jacksonville convenience store was sentenced Friday to life in prison without parole.
21, Nov 2014 - Judge says Metro can issue bonds for Headquarters Hotel
A Multnomah County judge ruled Wednesday that Metro can issue bonds for a proposed Hyatt near the Oregon Convention Center without needing the approval of the region's voters, rejecting a legal challenge from opponents of the project's finance plan. Earlier this year, Metro filed a so-called validation motion in Multnomah ...
21, Nov 2014 - Sherman Man Accused of Kill His Wife Appears In Court
GRAYSON COUNTY -- A man accused of running over his wife made his first appearance in court today. Leonard Neyland, 46, pleaded not guilty to manslaughter in Grayson County Court today.
21, Nov 2014 - Embezzlement case continues for former Routt County couple
A former Routt County couple accused of embezzling nearly $5 million from window-covering company Hunter Douglas will continue to work through the case in Colorado's U.S. District Court in Denver.
21, Nov 2014 - Mulberry Man Pleads Guilty To Incest, Gets 20 Years
CRAWFORD COUNTY (KFSM) – A Mulberry man pleaded guilty Wednesday to incest and first-degree sexual assault. He was sentenced to 20 years in prison, according to the Crawford County Prosecutor’s Office. Prosecutors said Gary Morse, 38, was arrested in May after having sexual relations with an 18-year-old woman. Investigators said the two began having sex […]
21, Nov 2014 - Hillary Clinton's 2016 trial run
The former Secretary of State's two months on the midterm campaign trail offered an early look at what another presidential campaign might look like
21, Nov 2014 - Environmental groups sue feds over Pacific bigeye fishing rule
The regulation undermines international efforts to end overfishing of bigeye, said the lawsuit, which was filed in federal court.
21, Nov 2014 - JOHN WHITEHEAD: Hollow justice and courts of order in an age of government-sanctioned tyranny
“The Constitution is not neutral. It was designed to take the government off the backs of the people.” — Justice William O. Douglas
21, Nov 2014 - 3 Texans get prison in drug ring linked to Georgia
LAREDO, Texas (AP) — Three South Texas men must serve prison terms of nearly 34 years over a cocaine and cash ring linked to Georgia.
21, Nov 2014 - Pennsylvania inmate Mumia Abu-Jamal sues over state speech law
By Daniel Kelley PHILADELPHIA (Reuters) - Mumia Abu-Jamal, serving life in prison for the murder of a Philadelphia police officer, and supporters filed a federal lawsuit on Monday challenging a state law enacted after a college graduation speech the activist inmate gave last month. The state law allows crime victims and prosecutors to take legal action to prevent prisoners from making public ...
21, Nov 2014 - Young New Jersey woman sues estranged parents for college tuition
Should parents be required to pay for their children's college education? A 21-year-old in New Jersey sued her parents for that right and the judge ruled in her favor.
21, Nov 2014 - Arizonans sue over Border Patrol checkpoints
Two southern Arizona residents have filed a lawsuit in federal court over an ongoing battle against a U.S. Border Patrol checkpoint.
21, Nov 2014 - My view: Inmates need better mental health treatments
More money and staff is desperately needed at the Utah State Prison. Without it, all of us will have to answer for more...
21, Nov 2014 - The number of…
A Florida appeals court has refused to let Attorney General Pam Bondi take the state's gay marriage ban directly to the Florida Supreme Court.
Beckley (WVVA) The VH1 Save the Music Foundation is amping up the excitement at a Raleigh County School. On Thursday, the foundation awarded Park Middle School with all new musical equipment. The school is the fourth in Raleigh County to receive the award. "As soon as you walk into the room, you can feel the energy," said Save The Music Foundation's Executive Dir., Paul Cothran. He said instead ...
21, Nov 2014 - California woman pleads guilty in Texas drug case
A driver reported by other travelers for creeping along at about 5 mph on a West Texas interstate faces up to 20 years in prison for trying to smuggle marijuana.
21, Nov 2014 - ASU student sentenced in case tied to death of 18-year-old student
An Arizona State University student has received 18 months probation and a deferred jail term of 45 days on Nov. 19 in connection with the fatal fall of 18-year-old ASU freshman Naomi McClendon.
21, Nov 2014 - Judge won't stop L.A. County from sending 91,000 Medi-Cal cancellations
More than 91,000 Medi-Cal recipients in Los Angeles County will be sent letters this week telling them that their state-supported healthcare coverage will end on Nov. 30. A judge this week refused to block the notices, even though health advocates argued that the letters lack important...
21, Nov 2014 - Government retracts lawyer’s comment about national security letters
Lawyer was wrong when he said recipients could discuss the quality of such letters, the government said.
21, Nov 2014 - Ex-Michael Jackson prosecutor Tom Sneddon dies
SANTA BARBARA, Calif. (AP) — Tom Sneddon, the former district attorney who sought twice to try Michael Jackson on child molestation charges, has died.
21, Nov 2014 - Warsaw native found deceased, was in prison for murdering Purdue student
Cody Cousins was a 24-year-old serving a 65-year sentence for murdering Drew Boldt, a student at Purdue University. LaPorte County Coroner John Sullivan tells NewsCenter16 the cause of death is multiple sharp injuries due to an instrument to the neck.
21, Nov 2014 - Holland & Hart Named Tier 1 National "Best Law Firm" in Three Practice Areas
Holland & Hart LLP has been ranked in the 2015 "Best Law Firms" list by U.S. News & World Report and Best Lawyers®. The firm has been recognized as National Tier 1 in the practice areas of Environmental Law; Litigation – Environmental; and Technology Law. (PRWeb November 06, 2014) Read the full story at
21, Nov 2014 - Man wrongly jailed for 525 days under sex offender's name
A man was wrongly arrested and held at the Fulton County Jail for 525 days under another man’s name.   Randy Wiggins was mistakenly booked under Randy Williams’ name.   Williams is a convicted child molester who was wanted on a warrant for failing to register as a sex offender.   “The sad part is the system failed him,” said Stephen Strong, his brother-in-law.   Wiggins, who appears to have been ...
21, Nov 2014 - Obama nominates new Missouri federal judge
President Barack Obama on Thursday nominated Roseann A. Ketchmark for the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Missouri. Read more
21, Nov 2014 - Alleged Bourbon Street shooter back in court Friday
The only Bourbon Street shooting suspect in custody heads back to court. Trung Le, 21, could find out Friday if his case will go to trial next month.
21, Nov 2014 - Court Documents Show Former State Senator Fails Latest Drug Tests
DES MOINES, Iowa – Former Iowa State Senator Kent Sorenson has tested positive for marijuana as he awaits sentencing for accepting payments to change his support to a different presidential candidate in the 2012 election cycle. On October 7 and 21, two urine samples provided by Sorenson tested positive for marijuana. Sorenson also failed a drug […]
21, Nov 2014 - Dillon man sentenced to 14 years in prison for attempted child sex assault
A Dillon man who pleaded guilty in September to drug and child sexual assault charges has been sentenced to 14 years in prison. As part of a plea agreement, Brook Randall Fritts, 31, received an eight-year term and a six-year term for two counts of attempted sexual assault of a child.
21, Nov 2014 - Colorado hunting guide gets two years in prison for illegal wild cat hunts
By Keith Coffman DENVER (Reuters) - A Colorado hunting guide and outfitter who pleaded guilty to maiming bob cats and cougars to help clients more easily kill the animals was sentenced on Thursday to 27 months in prison, authorities said. Christopher Loncarich, 56, was sentenced in Denver federal court for conspiring to violate the Lacey Act, a federal law that prohibits the transport or sale of ...
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