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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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19, Sep 2014 - Same-sex couples in court to force state recognition
DETROIT — A lawyer urged a judge Thursday to order Michigan to recognize hundreds of same-sex marriages performed during a brief window in March, saying the unions were valid even if a higher court eventually reinstates the state’s ban on gay marriage.
19, Sep 2014 - Texas court throws out part of 'upskirt' photo law
The top criminal court in Texas has struck down part of a law banning “upskirt” photos, becoming the latest state to try to define the line between constitutionally protected speech and personal privacy.
19, Sep 2014 - Charges in dead babies case; neighbors soul-search
Erika Murray enters the courtroom by a court officer for her arraignment at Uxbridge District Court in Uxbridge, Mass. on Friday, Sept. 12, 2014. Murray, 31, was arrested Thursday night on charges including fetal death concealment, witness intimidation and permitting substantial injury to a child.
19, Sep 2014 - Rev. Jesse Jackson brings campaign for voting rights amendment to Pittsburgh
Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto says the United States is among 11 nations who elect public officials but do not guarantee citizens the right to vote. Today, he joined Rev. Jesse Jackson and Allegheny County Executive Rich Fitzgerald in advocating for a constitutional amendment that would protect the right to vote.… [ Read more ] [ Subscribe to the comments on this story ]
19, Sep 2014 - South Dakota prison inmate found dead in cell
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) — A man serving a life sentence for fatally shooting his girlfriend was found dead in his prison cell, bringing to three the number of South Dakota prison inmates who have died
19, Sep 2014 - Fort Hood noncommissioned officer accused of sexual assault to face trial by court martial
A noncommissioned sexual abuse prevention officer accused of operating a prostitution ring at a central Texas army base will face a military court martial.
19, Sep 2014 - 'Saggy pants' made legal in Florida
Ocala city takes back a ban on baggy trousers that threatened jail time.
19, Sep 2014 - Sentencing hearing to continue in massive Ponzi scheme
Glen Galemmo, the man behind one of the largest Ponzi schemes in Ohio history, is set to learn his punishment this week.
19, Sep 2014 - NH teen killers to get sentence reviews after state Supreme Court decision
The New Hampshire Supreme Court on Friday became the seventh in the country to rule the U.S. Supreme Court's decision banning automatic life prison sentences for juvenile killers applies retroactively to those whose first-degree murder convictions were final.
19, Sep 2014 - Arkansas Judge Dismissed For Leaking Charlize Theron’s Adoption Details
Arkansas Judge Michael Maggio has been dismissed from his duties on Thursday for revealing the details regarding Charlize Theron’s 2012 adoption. In addition, the Arkansas Supreme Court also signed a lifetime ban for Maggio. In January 2012, Maggio used the pseudonym “geauxjudge” and posted the adoption details of Theron on a message board of Louisiana Arkansas Judge Dismissed For Leaking ...
19, Sep 2014 - The WV Supreme Court to hear appeal from Bluefield woman whose pit bull was ordered destroyed in 20
HUNTINGTON, WV (WVVA) The case involving a Bluefield woman whose pit bull was ordered destroyed after it bit an animal control officer will be heard by the Supreme Court of Appeals of West Virginia. Estella Robinson v. City of Bluefield is one of four that Justices...
19, Sep 2014 - Florida granddad Don Spirit who killed family had also fatally shot son years before
The Florida man who police say gunned down his daughter and six grandchildren Thursday had been to prison for fatally shooting his young son during a hunting trip 13 years ago, according to court records.
19, Sep 2014 - Florida Supreme Court delays public reprimand for Seminole County Judge Debra Krause
The Florida Supreme Court has delayed its public reprimand of Seminole County Judge Debra Krause, pushing it back two months to December.
19, Sep 2014 - US judge orders Benghazi trial delay
A US judge ordered a delay in the trial of Abu Khatallah, accused of being the ringleader of a 2012 attack in Benghazi, Libya that killed the US ambassador and three other Americans. In a brief ruling, US District Judge Christopher Cooper granted a motion waiving Khatallah's right to a speedy trial, delaying until October 20 a hearing that had been scheduled for Tuesday. Khatallah, who faces ...
19, Sep 2014 - Immigration Authorities Revamp Practices To Settle Lawsuit
U.S. immigration authorities must revamp their practices to ensure Mexicans accused of living in the country illegally are properly informed of their right to a hearing before an immigration judge, according to a lawsuit settlement made public Wednesday.
19, Sep 2014 - Man accused of Tucson killing to get 2nd trial
A man accused of first-degree murder in a 2013 shooting in Tucson will get another trial next month.
19, Sep 2014 - Fake tweets stir debate about parody, lawsuit
An Illinois man who created a spoof Twitter account in the name of the Peoria mayor is taking his case to federal court.
19, Sep 2014 - Suspect in 1999 killing waives extradition
BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) — A Colorado man charged with killing his wife 15 years ago agreed Thursday to return to Montana to face trial amid indications that authorities had long harbored questions about
19, Sep 2014 - New trial ordered for soldier who says anti-smoking drug drove him to kill
The nation’s highest military appeals court on Wednesday ordered a new trial for a soldier who killed a Fresno, Calif., native in a sudden rage allegedly induced by the anti-smoking… Click to Continue »
19, Sep 2014 - Utah leaders weigh 25 sites for new state prison
A state commission has come up with 25 northern Utah locations that could be the site of a new state prison. Lawmakers and corrections officials met Wednesday to finalize the criteria for a new prison ...
19, Sep 2014 - Agency can look at rig owner's role in oil spill - Quincy Herald-Whig | Illinois & Missouri New
NEW ORLEANS (AP) - A federal appeals court in New Orleans has upheld a federal safety board's right to investigate the role of Transocean Deepwater Drilling Corp. in the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil disaster.
19, Sep 2014 - Rothman Gordon Attorney Named The Best Lawyers in America© 2015 Pittsburgh Employment Law-Individu
The Best Lawyers in America© 2015 have recognized Jim Carroll as Employment Law - Individuals "Lawyer of the Year" (PRWeb August 27, 2014) Read the full story at
19, Sep 2014 - Retirement system holding off on gay marriage talk
PIERRE - Officials with the South Dakota Retirement System say they're holding off on discussing the effects of last year's Supreme Court decision on same-sex marriage.
19, Sep 2014 - Some lethal injection problems in US executions
Since Texas became the first state to use lethal injection as its execution method on Dec. 7, 1982, some problems have been reported during the process nationwide. Those include delays in finding suitable veins and needles becoming clogged or disengaged. Some past examples:
19, Sep 2014 - Boston bomber Tsarnaev’s lawyers kicked out of Russia for impersonating FBI
Dzhokhar Tsarnaev is accused of setting off two bombs near the marathon finish line on April 15, 2013, killing three people and wounding 260. — Reuters pic BOSTON, Sept 13 ― Boston Marathon bombing defendant Dzhokhar Tsarnaev’s lawyers were kicked out of Russia for pretending to be tourists and impersonating Federal Bureau of Investigation agents during interviews, US prosecutors said.
19, Sep 2014 - Beaumont Federal Inmate Sentenced for Deadly Assault
BEAUMONT, Texas – A 23-year-old Forsyth, Missouri man serving time at a Beaumont federal prison has been sentenced for the deadly assault of another inmate in the Eastern District of Texas, announced U.S. Attorney John M. Bales today. Jacob Smith pleaded guilty on Apr. ...
19, Sep 2014 - 1st Air Force instructor convicted in sweeping military sex scandal dies in prison
The first Air Force instructor convicted of rape in a sex scandal at one of the nation's busiest military training centers has died in prison.
19, Sep 2014 - Chessman Reservoir lawsuit to continue as timber harvest begins
At least one of the two conservation groups suing over the Red Mountain Flume-Chessman Reservoir project plans to proceed with a lawsuit despite a federal judge saying the groups are unlikely to succeed on the merits of their case while denying a temporary halt to the project.
19, Sep 2014 - Father follows son to prison
COLDWATER — There was a different Dallas Blankenship before Branch County Circuit Court Judge Bill O’Grady Monday. The crimes were the same, but this time it was the father of the individual whom the judge sentenced in May.
19, Sep 2014 - Appeals court gives temporary okay to Wisconsin voter ID law
Circuit Court of Appeals - which heard arguments for and against the law earlier on Friday - is temporary while the court works on its definitive ruling on the issue. At the hearing on Friday, Wisconsin had asked a three-judge panel - all of them appointed by Republican administrations - to urgently lift a lower court's injunction against the voter ID law. Similar voter ID rules have become a ...
19, Sep 2014 - Turpentine and prisons: The dark legacy of a prominent Baker County family
The historic Baker County jail certainly was not seen as a refuge by most prisoners who spent time there. The simple brick structure - with its trap door in the kitchen ceiling meant for hangings - offered little relief from scalding Florida summers.
19, Sep 2014 - In Brief: Judge defends life term in youth murder case
EASTON -- A judge is defending his decision to impose a life term on a defendant convicted of having killed another teenager when he was 14 years old.
19, Sep 2014 - Victims' families on the death penalty
While the death penalty can bring closure for some victims' families, it can also mean a decade or longer court battle, dragging out the pain of losing their loved one.
19, Sep 2014 - Ten Commandments marker can stay at Oklahoma Capitol: judge
By Kevin Murphy (Reuters) - An Oklahoma judge on Friday dismissed a lawsuit that sought the removal of a Ten Commandments monument from state Capitol grounds as an unconstitutional use of public property to endorse religion. Oklahoma County District Court Judge Thomas Prince sided with the Oklahoma Capitol Preservation Commission, which oversees monuments on the Capitol grounds in Oklahoma City ...
19, Sep 2014 - 2 men sentenced to 30 years in prison for Decatur home invasion
DECATUR - Two central Illinois men have received 30-year prison terms after pleading guilty to a felony home invasion that took place in Decatur last year.
19, Sep 2014 - EQA ups the ante in its JFK runway battle
The case of Eastern Queens Alliance v. the Federal Aviation Administration and the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey is now before the second-highest court in the land.Clyde Vanel, the Cambria
19, Sep 2014 - Challenges to gay marriage bans: Where they stand
State bans on same-sex marriages have been falling around the country since summer 2013, when the Supreme Court ordered the federal government to recognize state-sanctioned gay marriages. The remaining state bans all face legal challenges, and the 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Chicago heard arguments Tuesday on cases from Indiana and Wisconsin.
19, Sep 2014 - Felony charges dropped against state police officer
Felony child abuse charges were dropped against a New Mexico State Police officer in Quay County Magistrate Court on Thursday morning.
19, Sep 2014 - Indiana man sentenced for series of bank robberies in W. Mich.
WEST MICHIGAN (NEWSCHANNEL 3) - An Indiana man, convicted in multiple West Michigan bank robberies, will spend nearly a decade in prison.
19, Sep 2014 - Purdue shooter sentenced to 65 years in prison
An Indiana man who admitted fatally stabbing and shooting a fellow Purdue University student inside a crowded classroom was sentenced Friday to the maximum 65 years in prison after telling a judge he lied about being...
19, Sep 2014 - Didier files complaint in US House race
Republican U.S. House candidate Clint Didier has filed a complaint in federal court seeking to stop a volunteer for his opponent from "using state resources" in the campaign.
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