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23, Sep 2014 - Supplier in big Glouster drug ring gets 17 years in prison
A Detroit area ex-police officer accused of being the supplier of a multimillion dollar Glouster-based illegal prescription pill ring was found guilty and sentenced to 17 years in prison Friday in Athens.
23, Sep 2014 - Cole’s wrongful conviction sparks change
On May 11, 2009, the Texas Senate passed the Timothy Cole Act in honor of Timothy Cole, who was wrongly convicted of rape and died in prison.
23, Sep 2014 - Court sharply questions gay marriage bans from three U.S. states
By Dan Levine SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Gay marriage bans in Nevada, Idaho and Hawaii faced tough questions on Monday from a U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in San Francisco heard arguments on whether judges in Nevada and Hawaii were correct to uphold those states' gay marriage bans. Hawaii's legislature subsequently voted to allow same-sex nuptials, while a federal judge struck down Idaho's gay ...
23, Sep 2014 - Massachusetts woman who stalked Spacey sentenced
BOSTON (AP) — A Massachusetts woman who threatened to blow up, torture and castrate Oscar-winning actor Kevin Spacey in what prosecutors called a "persistent and malevolent" cyberstalking campaign has been sentenced to more than four years in prison.
23, Sep 2014 - Los Angeles jury convicts man of 3 serial murders from 1980s; other killings suspected
FILE - In this Monday, March 4, 2013 file photo, Samuel Little appears at Superior Court in Los Angeles. A Los Angeles jury on Tuesday, Sept. 2, 2014 convicted Little, a 74-year-old career criminal, in the serial killings of three women in the 1980s.
23, Sep 2014 - Murder suspect's bond upheld pending re-hearing
The Limestone County District Attorney planned to ask the judge to revoke Joel Moyers' bond during a hearing held Tuesday. However, that hearing was cut short, and the judge upheld Moyers' $275,000 bond - for now.
23, Sep 2014 - Former county Democratic chair is now a Republican
A judge who chaired the Columbus County Democratic Party and who was appointed to the bench by a Democratic governor is now a member of the GOP.
23, Sep 2014 - Tulsa Police Captain Hopes Supreme Court Will Hear Case Against TPD
A Tulsa Police captain who was disciplined for refusing an order to attend an Islamic Appreciation day is taking his case all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court.
23, Sep 2014 - Judge hearing arguments in disputed candidate case
SIOUX FALLS - A federal judge is hearing arguments on whether the South Dakota Libertarian Party's candidate for Public Utilities Commission can appear on the November general election ballot.
23, Sep 2014 - Fake ‘Twilight’ Actor Enters Not Guilty Plea
NEWTON, Iowa — The California man police say pretended to be an actor from the movie “Twilight” in an attempt to prey on young women has pleaded not guilty. Thirty-three-year-old David Lavera appeared in Jasper County court Monday morning. He’s charged with enticing a minor and sexual exploitation of a minor. Authorities say he lured a girl into his car and also secretly recorded teens in a ...
23, Sep 2014 - How the Arkansas Times survived poverty, the Dixie Mafia, the U.S. Supreme Court and Mike Huckabee
An oral history of the first 40 years. What follows is a compilation of quotes from an oral history project initiated by the University of Arkansas at Little Rock and phone interviews. Quotes have been edited for length and clarity. Sept. 5, 1974 First issue. Alan Leveritt (founder, publisher): We printed the first issue with $200 that I got from Jim Bell, who owned Publisher's Bookshop in ...
23, Sep 2014 - Colorado inmate death not reported for over a year
DENVER (AP) — Colorado prison officials waited nearly a year and a half to report the death of a mentally ill inmate to health officials, delaying an outside review into policies and procedures that may have led to the death.
23, Sep 2014 - Israel court condemns African migrant detentions - Quincy Herald-Whig | Illinois & Missouri News, S
JERUSALEM (AP) - A high Israeli court has condemned the government's policy of detaining illegal African migrants captured in the Negev Desert, ordering that a detention facility be closed within three months and banning new detentions for a year.
23, Sep 2014 - Citing IRS Wrongdoing, Judicial Watch Asks Federal Court to Permit Discovery to Find 'Missing&#
Judicial Watch announced today that it has filed a Motion for Limited Discovery in its Freedom of Information lawsuit against the Internal Revenue Service in order to force the agency to comply with federal ...
23, Sep 2014 - Inmate escapes from Ben Lomond camp in government vehicle
A state prison inmate convicted of making terrorist threats escaped from a camp in Ben Lomond on Tuesday and went on the lam.  John Collard, 56, was last seen driving northbound on Empire Grade Road in a California state vehicle, Department of Corrections Lt. Laurence Rodriguez said. Investigators believe Collard is most likely hiding in Monterey or Carmel Valley because he has family there ...
23, Sep 2014 - Court rules against woman in sprinkler feud
A dispute over sprinklers and 2 ½ feet of land - at the Michigan Court of Appeals?
23, Sep 2014 - Yakima may appeal voting rights ruling
Tue, 02 Sep 2014 20:04:22 GMT By Mike Faulk Yakima Herald-Republic Color/BlackColor/BlackEttl The Yakima City Council may yet appeal a federal court ruling that the city’s current election system violates the federal Voting Rights Act, but not for now. The council met in executive session for an hour Thursday morning with attorneys to discuss the ...
23, Sep 2014 - S.C. Auto Accident Lawyers Standeffer & Harbin Review Legal Developments in V2V Communication Syste
Attorneys review the implications of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s proposed rule requiring new cars to be equipped with vehicle-to-vehicle communication systems. (PRWeb August 30, 2014) Read the full story at
23, Sep 2014 - Woman sentenced to 75 years for 2011 murder of her father
A southern Illinois woman was sentenced to 60 years in prison on Tuesday, Aug. 26 in connection with the murder of her father.
23, Sep 2014 - Death row inmate loses suit over hip surgery
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) - A federal judge has turned away a request from Kentucky death row inmate to force the state to find somewhere to perform a $56,000 hip replacement surgery after concluding officials put forth an effort to accommodate the inmate's medical needs. U.S. Magistrate Judge Edward ...
23, Sep 2014 - Attorney general candidates culled from Nevada political elites
Nevada's attorney general candidates start with three priceless political ingredients — presidential good looks, law degrees and a pedigree in state politics. Democrat Ross Miller's father was Nevada's longest-serving governor. Republican Adam Laxalt's grandfather was former governor ...
23, Sep 2014 - Overview of the U.S. Supreme Court’s October 2014 Term
The Supreme Court of the United States begins its next term on October 6, 2014. The 2013 term featured a number of hot-button issues: campaign finance restrictions, racial preferences, pro-life speech outside abortion clinics, unions, legislative prayer, and a challenge to Obamacare’s Health and Human Services (HHS) mandate.
23, Sep 2014 - Lawyers criticize police investigation of December I-89 double fatal
Attorneys for a former Fortune 500 executive charged with two counts of murder in the highway deaths of a Vermont couple last year in Lebanon, have criticized New Hampshire State Police investigators for their ?threadbare police reports? in that case.
23, Sep 2014 - Jury trial underway in 2013 Uintah County murder case
Uintah County prosecutors say David Urrutia was beaten to death inside the camp trailer he shared with his cousin, Jose...
23, Sep 2014 - Appeals court: Foes of same-sex marriage can't intervene
Decision lets stand the end of Oregon's 2004 ban. A federal appeals court has dismissed the last pending defenders of Oregon’s ban against marriage by same-sex couples, a ban struck down by a federal judge three months ago. The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled Wednesday that the National ...
23, Sep 2014 - Attica inmate charged with attacking prison guard at ECMC
A 56-year-old Attica Correctional Facility inmate already serving a life term for a violent burglary in 1994 was charged with second-degree assault and criminal obstruction of breathing, accused of choking a state prison corrections sergeant in a secure ward at the Erie County Medical Center on Monday, according to Buffalo police and the State Correctional Officers Police Benevolent Association.
23, Sep 2014 - Franklin man released from jail after third DWI charge
A 66-year-old Franklin man has been released from jail after being charged with felony drunken driving for the third time.
23, Sep 2014 - Cleona man charged with raping girl, 13
South Lebanon Rape: Spencer A. Smith, 23, of 30 N. Washington St., Cleona, was jailed Thursday on $500,000 bail on charges he raped a 13-year-old girl at a home in the 200 block of East Evergreen Road earlier this month.
23, Sep 2014 - Open-records ruling deferred
A January 2013 public-records request was so broad that fulfilling it would have forced the temporary shutdown of the Arkansas Water Resources Center, an attorney for the University of Arkansas told a judge Monday.
23, Sep 2014 - Dallas Attorneys Charla Aldous, Brent Walker Named to 2014 Texas Super Lawyers List
DALLAS, Sept. 8, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Dallas trial lawyers Charla Aldous and Brent Walker of the Aldous Law Firm again have earned recognition on the annual list of Texas Super Lawyers, which honors the leading attorneys in the state. In addition, Ms. Aldous is listed among 2014's top 50 women practicing law in Texas, and she also is among the top 100 lawyers in Dallas-Fort Worth and Texas. She ...
23, Sep 2014 - Ex-S.C. State attorney’s sentencing Thursday
Ed Givens, South Carolina State University’s former chief counsel, is scheduled to be sentenced Thursday when he appears before U.S. Judge David Norton in Charleston.
23, Sep 2014 - Texas executes woman convicted of starving and torturing 9-year-old
Lisa Coleman became the ninth convicted killer and the second woman to receive the lethal injection in Texas this year. Coleman was found guilty of starving and torturing the 9-year-old son of her girlfriend in 2004.
23, Sep 2014 - Judge doubts Oklahoma ready for Nov. 13 execution
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — A federal judge said Thursday he is concerned Oklahoma will not be able to implement new guidelines and training for executions before three inmates are scheduled to die this fall.
23, Sep 2014 - Kansas Supreme Court Agrees to Take Democratic Senate Candidate off Ballot
The Kansas Supreme Court decided Thursday to take Chad Taylor — the Democratic nominee for Senate — off of this fall's ballot.
23, Sep 2014 - Meet R.J. Hunter, the Top Mid-Major 2015 NBA Draft Prospect
It's not always easy to judge how valuable a mid-major NBA draft prospect is, as it's tough to translate small-school success to the pro ranks. But sometimes you just know a flat-out baller when you see one. That's the case for 6'5" Georgia State junior R.J. Hunter, the sweet-shooting 2-guard who earned 2013-14 Sun Belt Player of the Year honors. As a sophomore, he scored 18.3 points per game ...
23, Sep 2014 - Probate chief wants to fire lawyer practicing in courts she oversees
A three-judge panel started hearing evidence Monday in Hartford Superior Court on whether a lawyer should be fired for doing private probate work — including work in the East Hartford and North Central Connecticut probate courts — while employed by the state probate court administrator’s office, which supervises those courts.
23, Sep 2014 - TRUMBULL COUNTY Courts
COURTS TRUMBULL COUNTY Marriage licenses Brett G. Oakford, 22, of 3985 Herner County Line
23, Sep 2014 - Sexual assault charges dropped against Allegany doctor
Dando to surrender medical license as part of agreement Former Catonsville doctor William Dando will not face trial for sexual assault allegations after agreeing never to practice medicine in Maryland again.
23, Sep 2014 - Canfield: I’ll take that risk
Montgomery County Assistant District Attorney Rob Freyer said he wanted the 85-year-old woman who pleaded guilty earlier this week to plotting his murder to rot in prison, and eventually in hell.
23, Sep 2014 - New York Construction Accident Lawyer Adnan Munawar Issues a Statement After Construction is Halted
NEW YORK, Sept. 17, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- According to NBC New York, construction has been stopped at the Atlantic Yards in Brooklyn (Construction Halted on Atlantic Yards Complex, August 29, 2014). Apparently the Swedish construction firm Skanska stopped work at the site, which is near the recently constructed Barclays Center, citing design flaws and tens of millions dollars in extra ...
23, Sep 2014 - Trial in Dog Mauling Death Set for December
  JASPER COUNTY, Iowa — The trial is set for the Prairie City woman whose dog killed a little girl. Jena Wright is charged with child endangerment, neglect, and assault on a peace officer. Police say Wright’s American Staffordshire terrier mauled four-year-old Jordyn Arndt in April of 2013. Jordyn died from her injuries. Wright’s trial […]
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