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22, Sep 2014 - Former Utah parolee arrested in Indiana for similar crime
SALT LAKE CITY (ABC 4 Utah) - A former Utah man -- convicted of a teen murder and out of jail on parole -- is now facing new murder charges in Indiana.
22, Sep 2014 - Group that controls tall ship Amistad placed into receivership
Connecticut Attorney General George Jepsen won a court order last week placing the Freedom Schooner Amistad, Connecticut’s tall ship, under a private receiver who will be tasked with helping the ailing non-profit Amistad America untangle its finances and make sure state grants that help support the historic 129-foot topsail schooner are spent well.
22, Sep 2014 - Appeals court tells Bondi: Move forward on gay marriage cases
A state appeals court Thursday rejected Attorney General Pam Bondi's request to hold off deciding the constitutionality of Florida's gay marriage ban until after the U.S. Supreme Court someday rules on the issue.
22, Sep 2014 - Court talks about Iowa Constitution in video
The Iowa Supreme Court on Wednesday will offer a short video to high school students about the state constitution.
22, Sep 2014 - Seventh Circuit Hears Indiana, Wisconsin Marriage Equality Cases
Although the Seventh Circuit is comprised of seven Republicans and three Democrats, the three-judge panel randomly chosen to hear the Indiana and Wisconsin marriage equality cases leans Democrat.
22, Sep 2014 - Appeals decision to lessen prison time for Des Moines man convicted in 2012 robbery, shooting
DES MOINES — A 27-year-old Des Moines man will be resentenced for his part in the shooting and robbery of two Kirkwood Court residents in 2012, according to an Iowa Court of Appeals ruling Wednesday. Teran Huff , who was sentenced up to 55 years in prison last year, argued in his appeal the he couldn’t be convicted and sentenced for both the first-degree robbery and conspiracy to commit first ...
22, Sep 2014 - Guilty plea, sentencing in connection with New London area drug trafficking case
A New London man pleaded guilty Tuesday in U.S. District Court to conspiring to distribute cocaine in southeastern Connecticut, while another was sentenced for a guilty plea as part of the same investigation.
22, Sep 2014 - Rodella: US Attorney’s Office should be disqualified
ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - Rio Arriba County Sheriff Tommy Rodella is asking a judge to disqualify the U.S. Attorney’s Office in New Mexico from p…
22, Sep 2014 - Bankruptcy judge OKs $2.9M West Virginia chem spill settlement; US District Court must approve
CHARLESTON, W.Va. — A federal bankruptcy judge in West Virginia has approved a $2.9 million settlement to benefit 300,000 people whose water was contaminated in a January chemical spill.
22, Sep 2014 - Iowa Supreme Court suspends judge
FORT MADISON – The Iowa Supreme Court has granted an application Friday recommending suspension of a Southeast Iowa judge.
22, Sep 2014 - The Skanner Newspaper - Justice 4 Youth: Group Wants Reform of Oregon's Measure 11 Law
PHOTO: Multnomah Youth Commissioner Violeta Alvarez (center front with glasses) was one of the speakers at the Justice4Youth event in Portland's Pioneer Square, Saturday Sept. 13. Alvarez and other youth volunteers handed out information about a new campaign to repeal of Measure 11 laws that allow teens to be tried and sentenced as adults.
22, Sep 2014 - Man charged with killing NFL player Peterson's son released on bond: report
(Reuters) - A South Dakota man charged last year with killing NFL star Adrian Peterson's 2-year-old son has been released on $2 million bond, U.S. media reported on Saturday. Joseph Patterson was released from a South Dakota jail on Friday after the bond was posted for him, Minnehaha County Sheriff Mike Milstead said, according to the Argus Leader newspaper. His murder trial in the death of ...
22, Sep 2014 - New Trial Date Set In Fayetteville For Suspect In Fourth DWI Arrest
FAYETTEVILLE (KFSM) — A new trial date has been set for a 33-year-old man who was booked in Fayetteville in June on his fourth DWI arrest, records show. Keith Foley was set to appear in Washington County Circuit Court on Sept. 12, but his trial date has been rescheduled to begin on Sept. 26. Foley […]
22, Sep 2014 - A Script For Texas
The upstairs dining room buzzed with hungry patrons at Amelia’s Attic, an antique store on the Gainesville town square. The customers were drenched in sweat and a bit smelly. Some wore prison uniforms marred by dirt and grass stains –– they’d had to hit the ground earlier in the day after a guard fired his [...]
22, Sep 2014 -  GOP senator urges Alabama judge accused of wife assault to resign
A Republican senator on Wednesday called for the resignation of an Alabama federal judge arrested on charges of assaulting his wife in an Atlanta hotel.
22, Sep 2014 - Judge denies Rodella's request to disqualify U.S. Attorney's Office, trial will go forward
During the second day of Rio Arriba County Sheriff Tommy Rodella's preliminary hearing, a New Mexico State Police captain said the department upped charges Rodella because the original charges should not have been classified as a misdemeanor in the first place, and NMSP Chief Pete Kassetas said the department changed the report merely to fix grammatical errors.
22, Sep 2014 - William Mitchell professor among 2014 MacArthur 'genius grant' winners
CHICAGO -- A professor whose research is helping a California police department improve its strained relationship with the black community and a St. Paul lawyer who advocates for victims of domestic abuse are among the 21 winners of this year's MacArthur Foundation "genius grants."
22, Sep 2014 - Wisconsin deputy accused in double homicide due back in court for preliminary hearing
MADISON, Wis. — A judge on Thursday ordered a former Wisconsin sheriff's deputy to stand trial in the shooting deaths of his wife and sister-in-law.
22, Sep 2014 - Iowa court upholds prison sentence in fatal crash
IOWA CITY (AP) — The Iowa Court of Appeals on Wednesday upheld a two-year prison sentence for a 21-year-old involved in the 2011 traffic death of a 14-year-old girl. The court’s ruling affirms the Johnson County District Court’s sentence for Zachary Lee Swenka, the Iowa City Press-Citizen reported. “The district court’s sentence is cloaked with a strong presumption in its favor, and we will not ...
22, Sep 2014 - Teen sentenced to life in murder case after guilty plea
An Albany teenager has been sentenced to life in prison after he pleaded guilty to murder charges.
22, Sep 2014 - Hilberling loses appeal in high rise death case
Twenty-two-year-old Amber Hilberling was convicted of second-degree murder and sentenced to 25 years in prison for the 2011 death of Joshua Hilberling.
22, Sep 2014 - Ex-cop faces nearly 6 years for beating woman with baseball bat
A former Walnut Creek police officer faces more than five years in prison after pleading no contest Monday to beating a woman with a baseball bat while wearing a ski mask and gloves.
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Paintings by former and current inmates in the Washington, D.C., prison system that express the challenges of confinement are on display through November at Ingleside at King Farm, 701 King Farm Blvd., Rockville.
22, Sep 2014 - MSU Student Charged With Dorm Rape
A student at Minnesota State University Moorhead is facing criminal charges after being accused of raping an 18-year-old girl during a night of drinking in a dorm. According to the Clay County Attorney's Office, 23-year-old Angel Mario Vega is charged with one count of third-degree criminal sexual conduct and one count of providing liquor to someone under 21.
22, Sep 2014 - Call for backup
The Williams County Correction Center is scheduling trials nearly two years in advance, and is holding inmates awaiting trial beyond the length of the crimes’ typical sentence.
22, Sep 2014 - Telemedicine in Clinical Trials Highlighted at Upcoming Conferences
NEW YORK, Sept. 9, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Two of the most significant challenges in managing a successful clinical trial are recruiting the right test subjects and retaining them for the length of a trial. At the Mobile and Clinical Trials Conference on September 10 and the  4th annual Dpharm: Disruptive Innovations in Clinical Trials Conference September 11-12, panelists will describe how ...
22, Sep 2014 - First Drip (9/2/14): Woman says she was raped in Uptown, Texas voter ID law goes to court, more
A woman says she was raped in Uptown this weekend. The 47-year-old told Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police a man forced her to have sex sometime between 2 a.m. and 4 a.m. on South College Street.… [ Read more ] [ Subscribe to the comments on this story ]
22, Sep 2014 - Man Faces Sentencing For Crash That Killed Deputy
An 83-year-old man who was involved in a traffic crash that killed a Jefferson County sheriff's deputy is facing sentencing Friday.
22, Sep 2014 - Spanish Fork residents get new chance to recycle
Residents in Spanish Fork who have not yet been a part of the city's recycling program will soon have the option to recycle for a two-month trial period as part of the city's new recycling program.
22, Sep 2014 - Hit and run defendant could be deported
A Rockford woman accused in a deadly hit and run is not a U.S. citizen and could be deported if she is convicted in the case. Maria Romero, 41, made her first court appearance in Rock Island County on Thursday, September 4, 2014 one day after being arrested. Emilio Perez, 17, of suburban Chicago was […]
22, Sep 2014 - Major federal wildlife prosecution at SC plantation
William Martin, age 59, of Yemassee, Keith Gebhardt, age 54, of Yemassee, and Mark Argetsinger, age 63, of Beaufort, were sentenced for the unlawful trapping and killing of migratory birds at Mackay Point Plantation in Jasper County.
22, Sep 2014 - Montana's Chief Justice says increased caseload of public defenders has serious consequences
HELENA -- Montana's appellate public defenders have had a massive increase in their duties over the last few years - and that has "serious consequences" for the rest of Montana's court system, according to Montana Supreme Court Chief Justice Mike McGrath.
22, Sep 2014 - Peanut butter killed his mom; now son watches company leadership stand trial
ALBANY, Georgia (CNN) — It was in a bland, windowless third-floor courtroom here that Jeff Almer first locked eyes with the man he holds responsible for his mother’s death. Shirley Mae Almer, 72, survived lung cancer and a brain tumor. But not peanut butter. One of America’s favorite foods — tainted with salmonella — killed […]
22, Sep 2014 - Pa. judge identified who denied Trib request to view sexually explicit emails circulated in AG’s
HARRISBURG — A grand jury judge has not decided whether to release documents in response to a Tribune-Review open records request for emails circulated in ...
22, Sep 2014 - T.J. Lane back in custody; fatal crash shuts U.S. 422 in Portage County; school report cards releas
Also, Akron man shot to death in his car; Lorain man sentenced to minimum 23 years in prison for 2012 murder; Akron man indicted in fatal July accident; three Geauga Park District managers terminated; missing Lake Erie boater found near Pelee Island; and Medina County Democratic Party chief standing behind accused county auditor.
22, Sep 2014 - Man gets 2 years for ND sex trafficking attempt
A Minnesota man has been sentenced to two years in federal prison for attempted sex trafficking of a child in North Dakota.
22, Sep 2014 - Court awards $82,000 to wrongfully imprisoned man
The Ohio Court of Claims has awarded $82,000 to a man for wrongful imprisonment after determining he was sent to prison for a crime that didn’t carry a spelled-out penalty.At issue was the 2009 conviction of Scott Chessman of West Alexandria for failing to report a cellphone number as part of a requirement under the state sex-offender laws.Friday’s settlement followed a decision by the [...]
22, Sep 2014 - Galveston man gets 2 years for stealing benefits of dead woman
A Southeast Texas man has been sentenced to two years in prison for stealing benefits meant for a woman who's been dead since 2003.
22, Sep 2014 - State Supreme Court refuses to hear Orie appeal
Within hours of the state Supreme Court deciding that it would not review Jane Orie’s conviction on Wednesday, the former state senator announced she would continue her appeals in federal court.
22, Sep 2014 - Mississippi woman gets life sentence in fatal buttocks injection case
A Mississippi woman convicted of murder for administering an unlicensed silicone buttocks injection to a patient who later died was sentenced on Tuesday to life in prison.  Tracey Lynn Garner, 54, performed the unlicensed injection in 2012 in her Jackson home on 37-year-old Karima Gordon, who fell ill immediately after the procedure and died a few days later. A jury last week found Garner guilty ...
22, Sep 2014 - Cold case trial continues into day two
It has been over two decades since James Polk Allegedly killed 18 year old Kimberly Rowell on Columbia Primary Elementary School playground.
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