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when they go to the dictionary there was one copy only for the pronouncer who already mentioned that the words are small and she can't see very well. I wan(...)
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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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25, Oct 2014 - Cellphone tracking challenged in JC murder conviction
Most of the evidence used to convict David Russell Hosier was obtained improperly and shouldn’t have been allowed, Assistant Public Defender Craig A. Johnston told the Missouri Supreme Court on Thursday morning.
25, Oct 2014 - Denver pain clinic owner faces up to life in prison after guilty verdict
A Silverthorne man who bought a patient list from a pain doctor while that physician was imprisoned on charges related to running a pill mill has been convicted on similar charges and faces a
25, Oct 2014 - Campaign mailer was a political science experiment
In what sounds like a plot from an eerie science fiction movie, a campaign mailer recently sent to Montana voters with information about this year’s Montana Supreme Court justice candidates was part of an experiment conducted by researchers at Stanford University and Dartmouth College.
25, Oct 2014 - Hampton Bar Association backs Hampton judge for state appeals court
Two local members the Virginia Court of Appeals — Chief Judge Walter S. Felton Jr. of James City and Judge Robert P. Frank of Newport News — are stepping aside at year's end.
25, Oct 2014 - Prison employee resigns after TV interview probe
A television station's face-to-face prison interview with murder suspect Arron Lewis angered both prosecutors and the public, prompted an internal investigation by the Arkansas Department of Correction, and led to the resignation of one of two prison officials placed on paid administrative leave after the interview aired.
25, Oct 2014 - Stile: Race for Bergen County executive could shape next governor election
On the surface, the two candidates running for Bergen County executive looked like two confident veterans in recent campaign stops, calmly going through the routine of a low-key election. But this calm facade belies the underlying tension in this election: The outcome of this race could very well shape the contours of the next race for governor.
25, Oct 2014 - Montford officers used chemical agent, force to restrain inmate McCoin before death
The Texas Department of Criminal Justice released information on the measures taken on a Montford Psychiatric inmate earlier this year that died. Six detention officers used force and chemical agents on a 63-year-old prisoner who refused medical and psych medications.
25, Oct 2014 - Lawsuit In Clayton Lockett Execution Claims ‘Biological Experimentation’
A noted Denver attorney filed a lawsuit Monday on behalf of the estate of an inmate executed in Oklahoma.
25, Oct 2014 - As Virginia same-sex unions take place, Family Foundation vows fight
Just hours after the Supreme Court declined to debate same sex marriage, same-sex couples around the state, including Richmond, began to get married.
25, Oct 2014 - Salt Lake County keeps its justice court
The Justice Court for unincorporated Salt Lake County has received a reprieve. In July 2012, the county informed state court officials that it was considering dissolving its court and dividing its 10,000 or so cases between other justice courts operated by the valleyâs cities. But nothing has happened yet, and Deputy Mayor Nichole Dunn said potential changes in the courtâs future have been put ...
25, Oct 2014 - Connecticut Mesothelioma Victims Center Launches A New Campaign For Victims With A Focus On The Bes
The Connecticut Mesothelioma Victims Center is launching a new initiative in Connecticut that is focused on making certain diagnosed victims of this rare form of cancer caused by exposure to asbestos not only have instant access to the nation's best mesothelioma compensation lawyers, they are also dedicated to the proposition that a diagnosed victim, and their family members have access to the ...
25, Oct 2014 - Complaint: 1 of 2 alleged bank robbers from Dane County says it was a 'terrible act'
Peter L. Meeker and Karl L. Kreier, 28, of Madison, are being held in Columbia County Jail on $50,000 cash bail after making initial appearances Wednesday in Columbia County Circuit Court.
25, Oct 2014 - Chesterfield man charged with killing state trooper deemed competent
A Chesterfield County man who had been declared mentally incompetent to stand trial in last year's slaying of Virginia State Trooper Junius A. Walker has been restored to competency at Central State H
25, Oct 2014 - New Bloomington mental health court starting up
A new Monroe County mental health court is aimed at keeping people mentally stable and out of trouble and the community safe, officials said.
25, Oct 2014 - Cargill disputes link to child slavery claims on Ivory Coast cocoa farms
Minnesota-based ag giant wants court to overrule decision that connects it to Ivory Coast farms that used child labor.
25, Oct 2014 - Former bail bondsman sentenced on sex charges
A former Kansas bail bondsman convicted of forcing women to have sex has been sentenced to 21 years in state prison.
25, Oct 2014 - Attorney charged with child porn can still practice law
A day after Richard Comenzo stood in Stoughton District Court in handcuffs facing child pornography charges, the Stoughton attorney was due in the same courthouse to defend several of his clients.
25, Oct 2014 - Atheist Gets Nearly $2 Million in Court Settlement Because He Was Forced to Attend Religious Drug T
A Shasta County, California, atheist who charged that his civil rights were violated when he was sent back to prison for protesting a religious drug-treatment program while on parole was recently awarded nearly $2 million in a court settlement for his troubles.
25, Oct 2014 - Lufkin man gets 8 years for breaking into Nacogdoches home, trying to rape woman
A Nacogdoches County judge sentenced a 24-year-old man to eight years in a Texas Department of Criminal Justice prison for breaking into a woman's home and trying to rape her in February 2012.
25, Oct 2014 - Richmond man who fatally shot Hanover teen will serve no jail time
Dominique Tylvann Clark's voluntary manslaughter charge was reduced to involuntary manslaughter, in the shooting death of 16-year-old Robert Lee Fox.
25, Oct 2014 - Montgomery County school board, critics at odds over $140,000 legal bill
The Montgomery school board president defended hiring outside lawyers to examine spending.
25, Oct 2014 - Westampton police win appeal over back injury tort claim
The Westampton Police Department has successfully appealed a civil judge's decision to grant a time extension to a local arrestee who wanted to file a tort claim against the force beyond the three-mon
25, Oct 2014 - Attorney general takes case of 10-year-old charged with homicide
The state attorney general's office has taken over the case of a 10-year-old boy accused of homicide, the Wayne County district attorney announced Thursday.
25, Oct 2014 - Man sentenced to 2.5 years for role in cybercrime ring that targeted financial institutions
TRENTON, N.J. — A Massachusetts man who was part of an international cybercrime ring that the government says hacked into the computers of more than a dozen financial institutions and the U.S. military's payroll service was sentenced Friday to 2½½ years in prison.
25, Oct 2014 - Appeals court keeps alive Syngenta lawsuit against Bunge North America on GMO corn
DES MOINES, Iowa — A federal appeals court gave agricultural chemical-maker Syngenta Seeds hope Monday that it may be able to proceed with a lawsuit against grain storage and transportation company Bunge North America for refusing to accept one of Syngenta's genetically modified corn varieties.
25, Oct 2014 - Aaron Hernandez wants trial moved
A Massachusetts prosecutor in the murder case against former New England Patriot Aaron Hernandez testified Tuesday against his lawyers' efforts to suppress cellphone evidence, saying they had agreed to turn the phone over to investigators.
25, Oct 2014 - Utah State Prison inmate dies by apparent suicide
A Utah State Prison inmate died Saturday after jumping from a fixture in his cell.
25, Oct 2014 - 2 get life in prison for killing for gold chain
Two men convicted of killing a 19-year-old Milton man to get his gold chain were sentenced to life in prison, plus five years Monday.
25, Oct 2014 - Murder trial to begin for foster mother in case of 2-year-old's death
The capital murder trial of a Rockdale foster mother accused in the July 2013 death of a toddler is expected to begin Monday in a Milam County Courtroom.
25, Oct 2014 - WATCH LIVE: Adrian Peterson heads to court on child abuse charge
For Texas prosecutor Lucy Wilke, there was no grey area about whether an 11-year-old boy being hit nearly 20 times with a three-foot piece of looped wire by his father for not taking out the trash was discipline or child abuse.
25, Oct 2014 - School opponents seek permanent injuction
WESTFIELD – The Ashley Street School Project, once again, returned to Hampden County Superior Court. This time, the plaintiffs sought to make the temporary injunction suspending construction of the school permanent until Article 97 requirements were fulfilled.
25, Oct 2014 - Woman Allegedly Tried to Pin Husband's Murder on Own Son
A man who testified against his mother at her trial for her husband???s murder says she suggested his brother might have killed her husband.
25, Oct 2014 - EGAN SUMMONS
Public Notice (Official Publication) SUMMONS STATE OF MINNESOTA COUNTY OF HENNEPIN Court File No. 27-CV-14-13993 DISTRICT COURT FOURTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT Case type: Other civil (Reformation of Instrument) ________________________________ Bank of America, N.A., successor by merger to Merrill Lynch Credit Corporation, Plaintiff, v. Joyce Egan-Schiminski, Eleanor Hennen, Nancy Hoffman, State of ...
25, Oct 2014 - Caldwell man allegedly orders son to shoot him to delay going to prison
Shannon Egeland, facing a 10-year sentence for his role in Central Oregon's largest housing scandal, reportedly asked his teenage son to shoot him in the legs in July in a… Click to Continue »
25, Oct 2014 - Mesothelioma Compensation Center Responds to Recent Article, Addresses Issues Surrounding Future of
WASHINGTON, Oct. 20, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- The Mesothelioma Compensation Center has been hearing from full-time mesothelioma compensation attorneys nationwide for about a year related to how much longer the mesothelioma compensation trusts will remain properly funded and is commenting on a recent article from the Huffington Post. The group discusses how the loss of funds may not impact current ...
25, Oct 2014 - State Of Michigan Says Man Owes $30K In Child Support For Child That Isn't His
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25, Oct 2014 - Two Dale County sex offenders denied probation
A Dale County judge recently sent two sex offenders to prison for violations of the sex offender registration act, including one man who was living in a home with children.
25, Oct 2014 - Inmate convicted of police killing to speak at Vermont graduation
By Daniel Kelley PHILADELPHIA (Reuters) - A former death row inmate, now serving a life sentence for the murder of a Philadelphia police officer in 1981, will deliver a graduation speech at a liberal arts college in Vermont at the request of students there. At a Oct. 5 ceremony, Goddard College in Plainfield will play a speech recorded by Mumia Abu-Jamal at the Pennsylvania prison where he is ...
25, Oct 2014 - Accused Maryland Heroin Ring Leader Gets 19 Years
A Prince George's County man who prosecutors say was the leader of a drug ring has been sentenced to 19 years in prison.
25, Oct 2014 - Arkansas Supreme Court case goes to the dogs
A U.S. Supreme Court case over Arkansas prison efforts to limit the wearing of beards by prison inmates drew a sendup from John Oliver on H BO's "Last Week Tonight" in which he put dogs in the place of Supreme Court justices hearing the case. Scalia as a bulldog is a corker. [ Subscribe to the comments on this story ]
25, Oct 2014 - Travel Agent Pleads Guilty to $360,000 Willard Band Scam
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – A Utah man pleaded guilty in federal court Wednesday for stealing $360,000 from the Willard High School Band Boosters, which cancelled a Hawaii trip for more than 300 students and chaperones. Calliope R. Saaga, also known as Ope, 40, of Saratoga Springs, Utah, pleaded guilty to one count of wire fraud. In January 2011, Saaga was doing business as Present America Tours, LLC and ...
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