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05, Mar 2015 - Criminal Lawyer in New Hampshire Carl D. Olson Launches New Website
The Law Office of Carl D. Olson in New Hampshire is pleased to announce the launch of their newly re-designed website . (PRWeb February 03, 2015) Read the full story at
05, Mar 2015 - Man who fled police through post office sentenced
UPDATE @ 6:20 p.m. March 4, 2015: The Carlisle man who escaped police by running through the Lebanon Post Office and stealing a patron’s car in January has been sentenced to 18 months in prison. Judge Donald Oda II also ordered Nicholas Neeley, 28, to pay $500 in restitution to the patron whose car he used in his getaway. Neeley, a sex offender registered in Montgomery County, was arrested three ...
05, Mar 2015 - READ IN: Cab Drivers Are People Too Edition
O'care reaches 11.4m enrollees; executive actions on hold; Paul considering April announcement; Biden commits Bidenisms all over the place; Rahm inches toward 50; Kitzhaber resignation official today.
05, Mar 2015 - Smith, Tabone guilty; investigations go on
In one way, the Feb. 5 convictions of former state Sen. Malcolm Smith and former Queens Republican Deputy Chairman Vincent Tabone in federal court were the close of a nearly two-year-old New York Stat
05, Mar 2015 - Congressman Jim Jordan on DHS Funding and Executive Order
Both parties say they want to fund Homeland Security, which includes grants for over 500 Ohio Fire Departments. But republicans aren't sold on the DHS funding, because of it's connection with president Obama's executive actions on immigration.
05, Mar 2015 - Lawyers: Detained immigrant families in Texas offered bonds - Quincy Herald-Whig | Illinois & Misso
DALLAS (AP) - Attorneys say the federal government is loosening its crackdown on offering bonds for Central American immigrant mothers and children seeking asylum in the U.S., a shift that comes after a federal judge ordered a halt to a detention strategy aimed at deterring other illegal crossings.
05, Mar 2015 - Judge won't dismiss murder charge because of lost evidence
ROCHESTER, N.Y. (AP) — A federal judge will not dismiss a murder charge against four people even though some evidence in the case was mistakenly shipped to an auction house and lost.
05, Mar 2015 - Judge sends 2 wannabe terrorists to prison for 25 years in conspiracy to kill Americans abroad
Two California men were sentenced Monday to 25 years in prison for conspiring to support terrorists and kill Americans overseas, federal prosecutors said. Sohiel Omar Kabir and Ralph Deleon were convicted in September after prosecutors showed they were disciples of radical Islam who had rounded up two other men to train with the Taliban and eventually graduate to the ranks of al-Qaida. A fifth ...
05, Mar 2015 - IDJC staffer convicted of lewd conduct gets probation
CANYON COUNTY — Julie McCormick, a former Idaho Department of Juvenile Corrections staffer convicted of lewd conduct with a minor under 16, will be released from prison after less than a year in custo
05, Mar 2015 - Judge orders child's medical history released in murder case
A northern Idaho judge has ordered prosecutors to turn over a 2-year-old girl's medical records to the attorney defending a baby sitter charged with killing the child.
05, Mar 2015 - Hospital management firm found liable in botched spine surgeries
Major 'red flag' wasn't properly investigated, judge rules
05, Mar 2015 - Texas judge temporarily blocks Obama immigration reprieve
MADRID (MarketWatch) -- A Texas judge has temporarily stalled plans by the administration of President Barack Obama to reprieve the deportation of millions of illegal immigrants, the Washington Post reported. The order from Judge Andrew S. Hanen of Brownsville, which came through late Monday, was in response to a lawsuit that seeks to stall the immigration reprieve until a trial can determine ...
05, Mar 2015 - Kittatinny Mock Trial team’s state run comes to an end with region final loss
HAMPTON — After five months of writing, learning lines, researching cases and competing, the Kittatinny Regional High School Mock Trial team's run in the state tournament ended on Feb. 25 with a loss to West Morris Mendham High School in the North Jersey Region final.
05, Mar 2015 - New Obama Immigration Law and Court Injunction Seminar for Immigrants and Families by Attorney Zulu
Attorney Zulu Ali is conducting a free informational seminar on the Obama Executive Action and the impact of the recent federal court decision. []
05, Mar 2015 - Jesse Matthew Jr. Charged with First-Degree Murder of University of Virginia Student
The 33-year-old will not face a capital murder charge, which would have made him eligible for the death penalty
05, Mar 2015 - Woman arraigned in Elmore County meth case
Esmirna Vela of Buhl is charged in U.S. District Court in Boise with one count of distributing methamphetamine in Elmore County on Sept. 3. Click to Continue »
05, Mar 2015 - Oracle sues Oregon officials in healthcare website dispute
By Shelby Sebens PORTLAND, Ore. (Reuters) - Oracle America Inc, the software giant in charge of developing Oregon's failed health exchange website, has filed suit against five former staff and campaign advisers to the state's former governor, saying they worked behind the scenes to kill the site for political reasons, court documents showed. The company also gave notice to state administrators ...
05, Mar 2015 - Jim Ward | 1939-2015: Commissioner saw Delaware County grow
DELAWARE, Ohio — Jim Ward, a three-term Delaware County commissioner and former State Highway Patrol trooper, is remembered for fighting for quality services for residents and rural sewer access. Ward, 76, died on Saturday at Delaware Court Health Care Center. The Republican was elected in 1996 and served 12 years as one of three commissioners who oversaw the county’s rapid housing growth and ...
05, Mar 2015 - Armandariz Trial Underway in Fort Worth
Defense attorneys say a Graham man accused of killing both his sons loved them dearly, even though he killed them, and is mentally ill.
05, Mar 2015 - Norwalk teen accused of being heroin dealer
Defendant released from jail on promise to return for court hearing. A pair of Norwalk women entered "not guilty" pleas to their respective felony charges Monday in Huron County Common Pleas Court.
05, Mar 2015 - Defense attorneys cite death threats, abusive comments on latest Kaarma filings
MISSOULA - Defense attorneys for convicted Missoula garage shooter Markus Kaarma continue to argue he didn't receive a fair trial in December, now saying Kaarma received death threats.
05, Mar 2015 - In 'Tragic' Decision, Top Ohio Court Takes Away Local Power to Ban Fracking
In a blow to anti-fracking campaigners across the state, the Ohio Supreme Court said this week that the authority to regulate oil and gas drilling activities—and therefore, to ban fracking within municipal borders—lies with the state as opposed to cities, towns, or counties.
05, Mar 2015 - Man guilty in fatal convenience store robbery
A South Florida man already serving life in prison has been convicted for his role in a fatal convenience store robbery.
05, Mar 2015 - Court reinstates Westchester County housing lawsuit vs HUD
NEW YORK (AP) - A federal appeals court has reinstated a lawsuit brought by Westchester County against the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.
05, Mar 2015 - Tiede pre-trial hearing on pending theft charge, other issues moved to March 31
 A hearing to deal with pre-trial motions in advance of a June re-sentencing hearing for Bernie Tiede will wait untill the end of the month after being moved from today to March 31. Promote to Mobile 0 read more
05, Mar 2015 - Here's the latest Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont news from The Associated Press
Exasperated New Englanders still digging out from three major storms that left 6 feet of snow in many areas are bracing for what's expected to be another punishing winter blast. The National Weather Service has issued...
05, Mar 2015 - Texas attorney general orders release of oil-train data
Oil-train records held by the Texas Department of Public Safety are not exempt from state open records law, the state attorney general ruled this week, and must be released in full to news organizations.
05, Mar 2015 - Young artist to perform in Victoria Livestock Show beer garden
It's hard to imagine a 17-year-old composed "Old Guitars," a jaunty Texas country tune about losing one's lady to honky tonk ways. But Industrial High School student Mason Lively did just that, drawing upon his musical influences, his grandpa and some of the greats, Willie Nelson and Johnny Cash.
05, Mar 2015 - Winter swoops south, bringing freezing rain to North Texas
Freezing rain coated parts of Texas with ice on Monday, leading to hundreds of cancelled flights and a delay in the "American Sniper" murder trial.
05, Mar 2015 - Lawmakers grill state official on Iowa prison delays
DES MOINES | The leader of the state agency overseeing a problem-plagued state prison construction project faced tough questions Monday about escalating costs and ongoing delays at the vacant Fort Madison penitentiary.
05, Mar 2015 - UPDATE: Convicted murderer Charles Capone sentenced to life in prison
MOSCOW, Idaho - Just after 12:00pm Monday, convicted murderer Charles Capone was sentenced to life in prison for the murder of his estranged wife Rachael Anderson. It's a fixed term sentence, meaning there will be no chance he could get out early. Capone spoke to the court for 45 minutes in his defense, however the judge felt Capone was not remorseful for his crimes, and cited his criminal ...
05, Mar 2015 - Inmates to be transferred after unrest at Texas prison: reports
(Reuters) - Thousands of inmates at a federal prison in south Texas will be moved to other facilities after an uprising by angry prisoners left the prison damaged and "uninhabitable," according to officials quoted in local press reports. The disturbance began early on Friday at the Willacy County Correctional Center in Raymondville, Texas, which primarily holds individuals who have entered the ...
05, Mar 2015 - Wichita State goes for second-straight MVC championship
The eighth-ranked Shockers (27-3, 17-1) were nearly perfect this year in the Missouri Valley Conference and are top seeds heading back to the same court where their dream season ended a year ago. They're peaking, too, after clinching their second straight regular-season title with a winner-take-all, 74-60 victory over No. 11 Northern Iowa last Saturday at home. The lone loss was by 16 at ...
05, Mar 2015 - Study: Locking Lots Of People Up Did Not Cause The Great Crime Drop
A new study says that there's little evidence that record levels of mass incarceration have contributed much to a decades-long decline in crime rates.
05, Mar 2015 - Annual crime report shows increase in rape
By Melissa Crowe Feb. 24, 2015 at 10:24 p.m. Updated Feb. 25, 2015 at 9:41 a.m. Violent crime statistics show Victoria is becoming safer. The Victoria Police Department released its annual crime report, which shows a decline in violent crime and some misdemeanors.
05, Mar 2015 - Louisiana man receives life sentence for Orange County drug conspiracy
BEAUMONT, Texas – A 38-year-old Vinton, Louisiana man has been sentenced to federal prison for drug trafficking violations in the Eastern District of Texas, announced U.S. Attorney John M. Bales today.     Jeremy James Wimberly was found guilty by a jury on Sep. ...
05, Mar 2015 - Road woes continue for Husker men
The Nebraska men’s basketball team, minus a regular starter, pushed NCAA Tournament hopeful Illinois on its home court, but the Huskers fell short 69-57 Wednesday night in Champaign, Illinois.
05, Mar 2015 - Jury In Super Bowl Seating Trial To Hear From NFL Commisioner
The jury in the Super Bowl seating trial will likely hear from NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell on Wednesday.
05, Mar 2015 - Lawyers for Spanier, others signal new round of appeals
Former Pennsylvania State University administrators awaiting trial on perjury and conspiracy charges related to the Jerry Sandusky sex-abuse scandal are challenging a judge's ruling that the school's former top lawyer can testify against them.
05, Mar 2015 - Pinoy gets life for Ohio bar killings
A 34-year-old Filipino responsible for killing three and wounding another during the deadliest shooting Fremont, California has seen in nearly three decades last year received a life sentence for his crimes,
05, Mar 2015 - Former Tama County man to serve 4 years in federal prison for unlawful re-entry
A Mexican citizen who unlawfully re-entered the U.S. after being deported in 2010 for convictions of child endangerment and domestic abuse assault with a dangerous weapon in Tama County, was sentenced Tuesday to over four years in federal prison. Luciano Garcia-Corona, 37, formerly of Tama, pleaded guilty in November 2014 to one count of unlawful re-entry following deportation as an aggravated ...
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