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26, Jul 2014 - Crumbs gets auction OK
A New Jersey bankruptcy judge on Thursday gave Crumbs Bake Shop Inc. the go-ahead to auction off its assets next month
26, Jul 2014 - Butte-Silver Bow Dealing With An Overcrowded Jail
Butte-Silver Bow law enforcement gears up for a what they predict to be a heavy arrest weekend due to Evel Knievel Days happening later this week. However a problem inside the Butte-Silver Bow detention center could allow some inmates to get out of jail early.
26, Jul 2014 - Judge sentences DeKalb woman to life in murder of husband
DeKalb Superior Court Judge Mark Anthony Scott on Thursday sentenced a woman to life in prison — ending a controversy that erupted when he allowed her to remain free after her conviction.
26, Jul 2014 - Louisiana Man Exonerated By DNA Evidence After 17 Years In Jail
Louisiana Man Exonerated By DNA Evidence After 17 Years In Jail Louisiana Man Exonerated By DNA Evidence After 17 Years In Jail Legal Has Been Optimized A Louisiana man wrongfully convicted of rape in 1997 was released from jail Wednesday after DNA evidence proved he was not the assailant. Nathan Brown, 40, was convicted after the victim identified him as her attacker in August of 1997. He was ...
26, Jul 2014 - New Mexico man says federal agents gave him crack cocaine
By Joseph Kolb ALBUQUERQUE N.M. (Reuters) - The lawyer for a New Mexico man has filed an $8.5 million civil lawsuit accusing the U.S. government and five members of the Drug Enforcement Administration of supplying her client with crack cocaine during an undercover investigation. Erlinda Johnson said on Wednesday she filed the suit in U.S. District Court in Albuquerque on behalf of 38-year-old ...
26, Jul 2014 - Solitary confinement: inside America's dreaded isolation cells
Depicted in 'Orange is the New Black' and fiercely debated in Congress, America's widespread and controversial use of solitary confinement is under fire. The Telegraph visits an isolation cell in Maine State Prison to find out more
26, Jul 2014 - Settlement reached in St. Louis priest abuse civil suit before trial begins
ST. LOUIS — 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.
26, Jul 2014 - Vacaville prison staff help coworker find new kidney
Staff members at a Vacaville prison are reaching out to the community with the hope of helping one of their own find a new kidney.
26, Jul 2014 - Not-guilty plea in Syria war-related passport case
SANTA ANA, Calif. (AP) - A Southern California man pleaded not guilty Monday to charges of lying on a passport application so he could allegedly travel to Syria to hook up with a terrorist group. Adam Dandach, 20, of Orange, entered the plea in federal court in Santa ...
26, Jul 2014 - Prosecutor: 2 ex-Utah attorneys general arrested
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Two former Utah attorneys general were arrested on an array of bribery charges Tuesday stemming from cozy relationships with several businessmen, a stunning fall for a pair of politicians who built immense political clout in their years at the highest level of state law enforcement.
26, Jul 2014 - Arizona challenge to execution delay denied
A federal appeals court has denied the state of Arizona in its latest attempt to challenge the postponement of an inmate's execution, prompting state officials to say they will take the case to the U.S. Supreme Court.
26, Jul 2014 - Should Teens Be Sentenced to 50 Years in Prison?
An in-dept look at the controversial felony murder case of the Elkhart Four.
26, Jul 2014 - Two suits filed by airlines against San Mateo County seek smaller tax bills
United Airlines and JetBlue sued San Mateo County and Assessor Mark Church on Thursday to seek refunds totaling more than $700,000 from a 2009 property tax assessments dispute.
26, Jul 2014 - Marijuana news: Terminally ill Iowa man faces prison after pot conviction
Benton Mackenzie, 48, and his wife, Loretta, 43, were found guilty of manufacturing marijuana and other crimes related to growing pot. The couple say they grew marijuana so they could use it to help treat Mackenzie's late-stage cancer, an argument they were not permitted to raise during their trial, reports Quad-City Times reporter Brian Wellner.
26, Jul 2014 - 6 arrested on drug charges
Vermont State Police say six people in Newport have been arrested on drug charges. Police said Friday that the four men and two women are facing charges of selling narcotics.      All six have been cited to appear in court on Sept. 16.
26, Jul 2014 - Nebraska contraband cigarette conviction reversed
OMAHA, Neb. (AP) — A federal appeals court has reversed the lone conviction against a Lincoln woman accused of helping smuggle cigarettes from Vietnam.
26, Jul 2014 - New Albany teen pleads guilty to 3 murder counts
In this undated photo, provided by the Floyd County Jail, New Albany Police said Tuesday, Jan. 14, 2014, that Cody Cashion, 18, faces three counts of murder and one count of arson resulting in injury, Floyd County Prosecutor Keith Henderson announced at a news conference in New Albany, Ind. The charges are in connection to the fire that occurred Jan. 4 in New Albany, Ind., where three young ...
26, Jul 2014 - Judge: Students, staff can oppose Corcoran merger
WASHINGTON (AP) — A District of Columbia judge has ruled that seven current students and two current faculty and staff members have the right to argue against the proposed merger of the Corcoran Gallery of Art and its college.
26, Jul 2014 - Three sentenced for money laundering and drug trafficking crimes
CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas - Three Brownsville residents have been sentenced to federal prison for their roles in a drug trafficking and money laundering conspiracy, announced U.S. Attorney Kenneth Magidso
26, Jul 2014 - Illinois attorney general: Send concealed carry rejection cases back to review board
Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan plans to ask Cook County Circuit Court judges to send cases involving concealed carry rejections back to the state review board for another look, a spokeswoman for the attorney general said Monday.
26, Jul 2014 - Federal court upholds Fla.'s docs vs. glocks law - Quincy Herald-Whig | Illinois & Missouri New
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) - A federal appeals court is upholding a Florida law that restricts what doctors can discuss about guns with their patients.
26, Jul 2014 - Escaped Murderer Still Loose
Wanted . Missing inmate Timothy “Bo” Buffington is shown on the left in a prison photo from 2012. The photo on the right is a Department of Corrections time-progression photo of what he might look like with beard and hair growth since his escape.
26, Jul 2014 - McCain: Arizona execution 'torture'
The prolonged execution of Arizona death row inmate Joseph Wood was tantamount to torture, Sen. John McCain said.
26, Jul 2014 - US plans widespread seismic testing of sea floor
ATLANTIC CITY, New Jersey (AP) The U.S. government is planning to use sound blasting to conduct research on the ocean floor along most of the East Coast, using technology similar to that which led to a court battle by environmentalists...
26, Jul 2014 - Judge asked to toss '98 Kalkaska murder conviction
KALKASKA, Mich. (AP) - A northern Michigan judge is pledging to make a decision this month on whether to overturn a conviction in the 1996 murder of a 68-year-old woman.
26, Jul 2014 - Idaho death row inmate dies after extended illness
BOISE, Idaho (AP) — A prisoner who has been on Idaho's death row since 2001 died Wednesday after an extended illness, the Department of Correction said.
26, Jul 2014 - Contract Research Organization WCCT Global Announces Huge Success in Large Phase I Clinical Researc
COSTA MESA, Calif., July 16, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- WCCT Global, a contract research organization headquartered in Southern Californian announced today the successful completion of a large phase I clinical trial. The study protocol required that WCCT Global enroll 180 patients that would stay in their phase I Clinical Pharmacology Unit for an extended period of time.  WCCT Global was able ...
26, Jul 2014 - Black worker loses appeal over stuffed gorilla in cubicle in Lansing
Lansing — The Michigan appeals court says a judge was wrong to award $21,000 to a black state employee who was humiliated by the presence of a 5-foot-tall stuffed gorilla.
26, Jul 2014 - Judge Orders Energy Company to Stand Trial
State claims Chesapeake Energy conspired to rig bids for oil and gas leases.
26, Jul 2014 - NC couple arrested after faking disappearance in NMB to avoid court
The husband of a North Carolina woman who went missing from North Myrtle Beach on July 5 turned himself into North Myrtle Beach authorities at about 4 p.m. Thursday.
26, Jul 2014 - Judge Clears Way For Kobach's Dual Voting System
TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) -- A Kansas judge has cleared the way for Secretary of State Kris Kobach to use a dual voting system to enforce the state's proof-of-citizenship for new voters.
26, Jul 2014 - Motion filed to protect Indiana’s first gay marriage
A national gay rights group has filed an emergency motion in court seeking to protect the first same-sex marriage recognized in Indiana.
26, Jul 2014 - Pennsylvania per-inmate cost of prison medical services drops 8 percent
Pennsylvania’s work to rein in spending on health care for prisoners led to an 8 percent drop in the per-inmate cost of medical services over ...
26, Jul 2014 - Florida court rules against Delaware AG Biden
DOVER, Del. (AP) - 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.
26, Jul 2014 - Nebraska inmate loses court bid, now in custody
One of dozens of Nebraska inmates who were mistakenly released early after the state miscalculated their sentences has lost his court bid to remain free.
26, Jul 2014 - Lawsuit filed over leaked emails
By: Justin Horwath Four citizens with big-time lawyers go after Martinez foes in federal case Four New Mexico citizens have hired big time lawyers and filed a lawsuit against five of Republican Gov. Susana Martinez' political foes.
26, Jul 2014 - Prison Workers Wanted
July 25--FULTON, Ill. -- While the renovation process at the Thomson, Illinois, Correctional Center has yet to begin, a few high-level management positions have already been filled.
26, Jul 2014 - Roger Bettis' 2010 rape conviction in Augusta reversed on appeal
An Augusta man convicted of attempted rape and other crimes in a brutal attack inside a hospital women's restroom is entitled to a new trial, the Court of Appeals of Georgia has ruled.
26, Jul 2014 - Michigan Supreme Court Rules Three-Factor Apportionment Allowed for Michigan Business Tax
DALLAS, July 21, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- On July 14, 2014, the Michigan Supreme Court ruled that the Multistate Tax Compact (MTC) election applies to both the modified gross receipts and net income tax bases in International Business Machines v. Michigan Department of Treasury. The major issue was whether taxpayers could elect to apportion their tax base according to the MTC provisions utilizing ...
26, Jul 2014 - Death of child in Lyman follows action by courts
Two of the three adults who were living at a Lyman home last month where four-month-old twins were removed by ambulance and one was later pronounced dead have histories of violence, according to records on file at Littleton Family Court.
26, Jul 2014 - Prisoner scales fence to escape Oregon jail
By Courtney Sherwood PORTLAND Ore. (Reuters) - A man awaiting trial for theft managed to escape an Oregon jail after he was let outside as part of a work crew, fled across the jail parking lot and jumped a fence in the latest in a string of Oregon prisoner escapes, authorities said on Monday. Keith Allen Schmidtke, 38, made his escape on Sunday and was still on the loose on Monday morning. He ...
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