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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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01, Aug 2014 - Ex-Packer Sharper in California court on rape charges
Former NFL All-Pro safety Darren Sharper, who is facing sexual assault allegations in several states, is returning to court in California. Sharper is scheduled to appear Wednesday in a Los Angeles court, where he's charged with drugging and raping two women last year after meeting them at a West Hollywood nightclub. The judge and attorneys will be setting a date for a preliminary hearing to ...
01, Aug 2014 - Man who killed inside movie theater after texting dispute freed on bond
TAMPA, Fla. (CNN) — Curtis Reeves Jr., the man charged with second-degree murder for fatally shooting a man inside a Florida movie theater in January, was released from a Florida jail on $150,000 bond Friday. Reeves had been held in the Pasco County jail without bond since he shot and killed 43-year-old Navy veteran Chad […]
01, Aug 2014 - Crystal CEO contests subpoena in sweetener lawsuit
Lawyers for the corn syrup industry said Wednesday that American Crystal Sugar Co. CEO David Berg would be a good witness in a federal lawsuit filed by refined sugar manufacturers because his company isn't directly...
01, Aug 2014 - Remy Ma Released From New York Prison
After serving six years in prison, Remy Ma is a free woman. Remy was greeted by her husband Papoose, in addition to her manager and other members of her entourage.
01, Aug 2014 - Maryland Suburban Swim Club coach signals intent to plead guilty to child abuse -- Gazette.Net
A Maryland swim coach arrested this year on charges that he engaged in sex acts with a young student in the 1980s has agreed to plead guilty to a single felony child abuse count, and in exchange, prosecutors will recommend he face a maximum sentence of 10 years in prison, court filings show.
01, Aug 2014 - Amber Alert suspect to face judge on new charges
A mother accused of sparking a multi-state Amber Alert was scheduled to be arraigned on Monday for new charges.
01, Aug 2014 - For some companies, influx of migrant children into US means business
For a handful of U.S. companies that have exclusive or longstanding contracts with federal agencies dealing with illegal immigrants, the recent wave of children crossing the southern border with Mexico is a business opportunity. Private prison companies Geo Group and competitor Corrections Corporation of America, for example, stand to gain if Congress approves any emergency funding for family ...
01, Aug 2014 - Crunchtime for Khosla: Final showdown looms in Martins Beach trial
Attorneys on Wednesday will make their final arguments to a San Mateo County Superior Court judge in one of the most famous showdowns in the 38-year history of the California Coastal Act. The outcome of the case is pivotal for the owner of the property, Silicon Valley billionaire Vinod Khosla, and for the public's ability to visit one of the most spectacular beaches between San Francisco and ...
01, Aug 2014 - Former SHS principal sentenced to 10 years for child pornography
Robert Paul Patton was sentenced in U.S. District Court A former Sherwood High School principal has been sentenced to more than 10 years in prison following his plea of guilty to possession of child pornography. Robert Paul Patton, 45, was sentenced Tuesday before Senior U.S. District Judge Garr M. King, ...
01, Aug 2014 - Former health agency CEO sentenced for fraud
ST. LOUIS (AP) — The former CEO of a southeast Missouri health care health care network was sentenced Wednesday to nearly three years in prison for submitting falsified federal grant applications and other crimes.
01, Aug 2014 - State attorney general seeks to join marijuana lawsuits in Fife, Wenatchee to defend I-502
State Attorney General Bob Ferguson on Thursday moved to intervene in three marijuana lawsuits filed against the cities of Wenatchee and Fife.
01, Aug 2014 - Budget includes funding for crime lab, St. Gerard, Hands On!
Public school teachers aren't the only local beneficiaries in the state's $21.25 billion budget for fiscal year 2014-15, which the N.C. Senate was expected to pass late Thursday.
01, Aug 2014 - Convicted rapist sentenced to life without parole
A southeast Missouri man convicted of kidnapping and rape was sentenced to life without parole for rape and sodomy.
01, Aug 2014 - Secretary of State files motion in Voter ID Case
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) - Attorneys representing Secretary of State Mark Martin argue that a Pulaski County judge didn't follow proper guidelines when he found Arkansas' new voter ID law as unconstitutional.
01, Aug 2014 - This Just In
A Nash Texas man Friday was sentenced to spend seven years-and-change in the federal penitentiary after pleading guilty on one count of Conspiracy to Distribute Crack Cocaine.
01, Aug 2014 - Settlement in St. Louis priest abuse case
ST. LOUIS (AP) — The Archdiocese of St. Louis announced a confidential settlement in a priest sex abuse case scheduled to go to trial Monday but questioned the truth of a 22-year-old woman's statement that she was molested as a young girl.
01, Aug 2014 - Arizona execution drug case bound for Supreme Court
A federal appeals court ruled Monday that Arizona cannot execute a death row inmate without providing detailed information about the drugs intended for his lethal injection, a decision that prompted state officials to say they will take their case to the U.S. Supreme Court.
01, Aug 2014 - Judge Todd to Defendant: Teen’s Confession Admissable
A confession allegedly made to state police by one of the teenagers accused of robbing and killing a Granby man can be used as evidence in a jury trial. In his decision, Judge Donald Todd said, "The court finds the defendant made his statements voluntarily and they were obtained in a manner that did not violate his state or federal constitutional rights." Continue reading →
01, Aug 2014 - 4 prison food workers in Ionia fired for sexual contact with prisoners
Four Aramark prison workers at Bellamy Creek Correctional Facility in Ionia were fired Wednesday for having inappropriate contact 'of a sexual nature' with inmates inside a walk-in cooler, a corrections department official said.
01, Aug 2014 - Chowchilla seeks $4 million from county
The City of Chowchilla has filed a law suit with the Madera County Superior Court against Madera County over a tax-sharing agreement made 18 years ago, seeking to recover $4… Click to Continue »
01, Aug 2014 - Florida Nursing Home Abuse Lawyer Raises Awareness Via Bill Board Ad Campaign
Philip DeBerard, III of the Port St. Lucie Florida based law firm The Law Offices of Philip DeBerard recently launched a new billboard ad campaign in order to raise awareness on the grave issue of nursing home neglect and abuse. (PRWeb July 31, 2014) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/nursinghome/neglect/prweb12061308.htm
01, Aug 2014 - Did Remy Ma’s Interview With Angie Martinez Delay Her Release From Prison?
Despite being scheduled for release today, Remy Ma is still behind bars after a phone violation earlier this month.
01, Aug 2014 - Bank of America’s Countrywide Ordered to Pay $1.3 Billion
Bank of America Corp.'s Countrywide unit was ordered to pay $1.3 billion in penalties for defective mortgage loans sold to Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac in the run-up to the 2008 financial crisis, a little more than half of what the federal government had requested. U.S. District Judge Jed Rakoff in Manhattan issued the civil penalty against the Charlotte, North Carolina-based bank today in the ...
01, Aug 2014 - Judge denies request to delay trial for Cowboys’ Rolando McClain
An Alabama judge has denied a motion by Dallas Cowboys linebacker Rolando McClain to delay his trial because of training camp.
01, Aug 2014 - Pickett ordered to undergo competency exam
SPARTA—An Adams County man accused of attempted homicide and kidnapping will undergo a 10-day evaluation to determine whether he is competent to stand trial.
01, Aug 2014 - UTC student who questioned street preacher to fight resisting arrest charge at Nov. 10 trial
Cole Montalvo will get a trial on Nov. 10 — almost exactly one year after he was arrested for crossing a "free speech" perimeter at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga to question controversial street preacher Angela Cummings.
01, Aug 2014 - Florida court rules against Delaware AG Biden
A Florida appeals court has rejected Delaware Attorney General Beau Biden's effort to reopen and intervene in a 2004 reorganization of the trust that funds the Nemours Foundation.
01, Aug 2014 - Federal Court Grants Injunctive Relief to Continuant
After being found in violation of federal antitrust laws by a federal jury on March 27 of this year, telecommunications company Avaya has been ordered to allow owners of Avaya-brand PBX systems that were ...
01, Aug 2014 - Khadr access blocked, prompting media court challenge
Canadian prison officials are refusing to let the public hear from former Guantanamo detainee Omar Khadr , repeatedly denying interview requests despite the fact that Khadr is willing to talk after 12 years of custody and may soon be released. After nearly two years of failed attempts to access Khadr, the Toronto Star, CBC and White Pine Pictures will ask a federal court Tuesday to review the ...
01, Aug 2014 - Knox County Jail Allow Inmates To Smoke E-Cigarettes
Inmates in the Knox County jail will be able to feed their nicotine habits. On Monday, they'll be able to smoke e-cigarettes.
01, Aug 2014 - Questions about Arizona's two-hour execution linger
Wednesday's execution opens questions about possible pain felt during lethal injection
01, Aug 2014 - 'Our prisons are bursting with young men of color,' Paul says
Sen. Rand Paul is proposing legislation aimed at eliminating criminal sentencing rules that adversely impact minorities, saying that "we need some fresh ideas to combat old and festering problems."
01, Aug 2014 - Charles Manson's father-in-law relives moment daughter Afton Burton said she was marrying kille
It is eight months since Charles Manson's 26-year-old girlfriend announced her intention to marry the 79-year-old convict. Afton Burton, 26, known as Star, had travelled cross country from her home in Illinois to be close to his Californian jail cell. Now, for the first time, her father has broken his silence.
01, Aug 2014 - Mistrial granted in sex case
Ex-nursing assistant was accused of 2011 assault
01, Aug 2014 - Judge won’t dismiss Atwater inmate’s murder case
A federal inmate accused of murdering Correctional Officer Jose Rivera at U.S. Penitentiary Atwater has failed in his efforts to dismiss the indictment or exclude the death penalty. Click to Continue »
01, Aug 2014 - Rappers respond: ‘This is how we express ourselves’
A man shoots his foe in the head over and over again, leaving him to bleed out on the street. The man has no remorse. He even brags about it. Only this man isn’t real. He’s a character in a rap song written by Vonte Skinner, who was sentenced to 30 years in a New Jersey state penitentiary for the attempted murder of Lamont Peterson. In Skinner’s case , prosecutors relied on two eyewitnesses who ...
01, Aug 2014 - Former head-shop kingpin sentenced to 87 months in prison for selling synthetic drugs across CNY
A Rome man whose head shops dealt synthetic drugs over the counter to people in communities across Central New York will spend more than seven years in prison.
01, Aug 2014 - Two men who met regularly with Gov. LePage arrested for pursuing Sovereign Citizen beliefs
The Bangor Daily News today reports that Jack McCarthy, one of the members of the Constitutional Coalition, a group of Sovereign Citizen conspiracy theorists who met with Governor Paul LePage at least eight times last year , was found guilty of two counts of operating a vehicle without a license in Aroostook County Superior Court in Caribou yesterday.
01, Aug 2014 - Criminal charges reinstated in alleged infant-for-cash case
Criminal charges have been reinstated against a Coudersport attorney and three others in an alleged infant-for-cash case in Potter County, at least until a hearing can be held on whether the charges should be dismissed.
01, Aug 2014 - “If there’s anyone who deserves the maximum sentence, it’s you:” So why did Tom Herro get j
MILWAUKEE COUNTY (WITI) — “If there’s anyone who deserves the maximum sentence, it’s you.” That’s what a judge said to an Oak Creek man as she sent him to prison for domestic violence. But in this case, even the maximum sentence may not be enough. “Your honor, I’ve made some mistakes in my past,” Tom […]
01, Aug 2014 - Lawsuit aims to end ban on gay marriage
Seven same-sex couples challenging North Dakota’s laws banning gay marriage asked a federal court to declare the laws unconstitutional Tuesday.
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