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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, Apr 2014 - Judge suppresses Moscow murder suspect's statements to police
MOSCOW, Idaho -- A northern Idaho judge has ruled that potentially incriminating statements made to police by a man charged with killing his estranged wife can't be used at trial. Second District Judge Michael J. Griffin on Wednesday granted the defense motion made by attorneys for 52-year-old Charles A. Capone. But he also denied a defense motion to have the trial moved out of Latah County ...
25, Apr 2014 - Medicaid expansion may help pregnant inmates
By: Kristoffer Tigue The 44 million Americans expected to get health insurance under the Affordable Care Act this year could include those cycling in and out of the nation’s prison system. Under the ACA, Medicaid will pay for inmates’ hospital stays longer than 24 hours and will also allow for greater access to insurance coverage later. This could mean getting health care access to pregnant ...
25, Apr 2014 - Friend — Not Feds — Transports Jesse Jackson Jr. To His New Prison Home
Jesse Jackson Jr. got to Montgomery Federal Prison in Alabama Friday night, following a 550-mile, eight-hour drive from Butner, N.C. CBS 2 Chief Correspondent Jay Levine reports.
25, Apr 2014 - Enfield man sentenced for sexually assaulting young girl in 1980s
Posted April 17, 2014, at 8:40 p.m. Last modified April 18, 2014, at 8:53 a.m. BANGOR, Maine — A 71-year-old Enfield man was sentenced Thursday to 15 years in prison, with all but nine years suspended, for sexually assaulting a neighborhood girl in the 1980s.
25, Apr 2014 - Murder trial expert: Hampton victim's blood found on knife, jacket
The blood of Harold H. Hayslett Jr. was found on a knife found in Newport News HAMPTON — Blood on a large knife found outside a Newport News hotel three years ago matches the blood of a 58-year-old man found dead in Hampton earlier that day, a forensic expert testified at a murder trial Wednesday.
25, Apr 2014 - Judge awards Georgia landowner $232,785 in town road dispute
A Vermont judge has ordered the Town of Georgia to pay out $232,785 in damages as punishment for waging a 19-year campaign to prevent property owner John Rhodes from accessing part of his land via an unmaintained old town road.
25, Apr 2014 - Crime Roundup: Lake Charles man facing assault charges
A 21-year-old Lake Charles man has been arrested on charges of domestic abuse aggravated assault and domestic abuse battery with child endangerment, according to records from the Calcasieu Correction Center.
25, Apr 2014 - Despite film success, Biggs preferred living in area
From the outlaw Roy Suggs in “Lonesome Dove” to his recent role as the judge presiding over Jack Black’s trial with Matthew McConaughey as the prosecutor in “Bernie,” Hunt County’s preeminent actor Jerry Biggs gave a series of finely honed performances during more than 30 years as a card-carrying member of the Screen Actors Guild.
25, Apr 2014 - Indian priest Fr Leo Charles faces deportation for molestation in US
Washington, Apr 5 (NDTV): An Indian-American priest who admitted to molesting a girl while attending dinner at her grandmother's home in Minnesota has been sentenced to 25 years of supervised probation, according to media reports.
25, Apr 2014 - Worcester woman gets prison in fake marriage scheme
A Worcester woman, originally from Kenya, was sentenced to a year in prison this week for her role in a fake marriage scheme in Maine.
25, Apr 2014 - Georgia man charged with kidnapping man found at Anthony, Texas truck stop
A Georgia man has been indicted in El Paso federal court on charges he allegedly kidnapped another man in February.
25, Apr 2014 - FBI informant linked to hacking of foreign websites: report
A hacker who became an informant for the FBI directed hundreds of cyber attacks against the websites of foreign governments, including Brazil, Iran, Pakistan, Syria and Turkey, the New York Times reported Thursday. It was unclear whether the FBI explicitly ordered the digital attacks, but court documents and interviews suggest "that the government may have used hackers to gather intelligence ...
25, Apr 2014 - NH Supreme Court refuses to expedite appeal in Rockingham County Attorney lawsuit
The New Hampshire Supreme Court decided on Thursday that it will hold off on considering the state's appeal in the lawsuit that cleared the way for embattled Rockingham County Attorney James Reams to return to his job while removal proceedings are pending against him.
25, Apr 2014 - Controversy Over Kosher Meals In Florida Prisons
Peanut butter, sardines and cabbage may be healthy options for some scrupulous dieters. But Florida prison inmates whose kosher meals are comprised primarily of those three staples served cold seven days a week say the chow isn't just nutritionally inadequate, it's plain gross.
25, Apr 2014 - New Hampshire court: County attorney can return
CONCORD (AP) – The New Hampshire Supreme Court ruled Thursday that it will not delay suspended Rockingham County Attorney Jim Reams’ return to office while the state appeals a lower court ruling that could put him back on the job. In its order, the Supreme Court denied a request for a stay that would have kept Reams out of office until the appeal from Attorney General Joseph Foster can be argued ...
25, Apr 2014 - Five former Bernie Madoff aides found guilty of concealing Ponzi scheme
Guilty verdicts represent first jury convictions since Madoff’s $20bn scam was exposed and come after six-month trial Dominic Rushe
25, Apr 2014 - Florida man convicted in loud music case has sentencing delayed
Michael Dunn, convicted over shooting death of 17-year-old teenager, to be sentenced after retrial on murder charge
25, Apr 2014 - Three seek Sullivan County attorney position
BLOUNTVILLE — The Kingsport Times-News asked the three candidates for Sullivan County attorney in the Republican party primary to answer five questions.The county general election is not until August, but the race for county attorney — a job that pays nearly $111,000 per year — will be decided in the Republican primary next month because no one is running as a Democrat or independent in the ...
25, Apr 2014 - Court: Flood victim families right in law reading
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) — The Arkansas Supreme Court sided Thursday with relatives of the 20 people killed in flash floods at the Albert Pike campground in 2010, agreeing with their interpretation of a state law the federal government is trying to use to strike down lawsuits over the deaths.
25, Apr 2014 - The Sexual Psychology of Hate Crimes
Frazier Glenn Miller, a former KKK leader and murderer, was once arrested with a black, cross-dressing hooker. According to psychology and history, it’s not that surprising.
25, Apr 2014 - Prosecutor seeks new judge in 2007 Carnation slayings
A 50-page motion to the state Supreme Court represents an almost unheard-of move in a death-penalty case and probably would mean further delay in trying the two suspects in the 2007 deaths of six family members.
25, Apr 2014 - Dept. of Justice Files Extension in Van Valkenburg Lawsuit
U.S. Attorney Michael Cotter says the Department of Justice needs more time to respond to a lawsuit filed by the Missoula County Attorney's office. And... County Attorney Fred Van Valkenburg agrees.The
25, Apr 2014 - Inmate accused of attacking officers
A teen sentenced to prison for a brutal attack is facing additional charges of assaulting a correctional officer in Ramsey County.
25, Apr 2014 - Tenn. Supreme Court refuses to rehear case on judges
A special state Supreme Court panel has refused to rehear a case that challenged the constitutionality of the way Tennessee selects its judges.
25, Apr 2014 - Police: Pound of meth, quarter pound of crack seized in E. Texas drug bust
Three people are in jail after a drug bust at a mobile home park in Palestine on Wednesday night.
25, Apr 2014 - SW Idaho company officials convicted of fraud
BOISE, Idaho (AP) - A federal jury has convicted four officials at a failed southwest Idaho property management company of fraud for bilking investors out of billions of dollars. The Idaho Statesman reports ( the jury deliberated three days before returning the guilty verdicts Monday in the trial ...
25, Apr 2014 - Alleged fatal fourth-DUI trial delayed to October
A Casper-area man with three previous drunk driving convictions, who was allegedly drunk when his truck crashed into and killed another Casper man in December, will remain free at least six more months.
25, Apr 2014 - Lattice Extends Service in Largest Corrections Market in US With 36 Station Video Visitation Instal
Lattice Incorporated , a cloud-solutions provider of inmate management network systems for correction facilities, completed the installation of 36 video visitation stations at the Calaveras County Jail ...
25, Apr 2014 - Prison escapee arrested in Georgia
A fugitive from a Georgia prison has finally been arrested after weeks on the run.
25, Apr 2014 - Kansas man charged with first-degree murder wants to cover up 'murder' tattoo before trial
Evan Bleier GREAT BEND, Kan., April 23 (UPI) -- Kansas first-degree murder suspect Jeffrey Chapman wants to cover up "murder" neck tattoo before trial for killing Damon Galliart begins.
25, Apr 2014 - Perry aides offered Lehmberg a job for resignation
[...] several officials and sources told the Express-News that Perry — through intermediaries — offered various options to Lehmberg to entice her resignation, culminating in promises to restore funding to the unit, another position in the District Attorney's office, and selection of her top lieutenant to serve as the new district attorney. In late July, the offer was sweetened again, the two ...
25, Apr 2014 - Ga. judge asked to stop new Vidalia onion rule
REIDSVILLE, Ga. — One of Georgia's most prominent growers of sweet Vidalia onions asked a judge Tuesday to protect him from possible sanctions by state agriculture officials as he prepares to ship his crop to grocery stores ahead of the official start date imposed by a new regulation aimed at keeping unripe onions off the market.
25, Apr 2014 - Former WPB cop sold drugs while armed and in uniform, feds say
Some of the veteran officer's customers were fellow cops A former West Palm Beach police officer surrendered in federal court Thursday to face allegations that he sold steroids — while armed and in uniform — to customers that included his fellow officers.
25, Apr 2014 - Murder conspiracy charge against ND lawyer amended
A state's attorney in North Dakota has changed the charges against a Grand Forks lawyer accused of conspiring with two other men to kill a confidential informant.
25, Apr 2014 - Florida Senate supports landmark bid for law license by noncitizen
Lawmakers allow the state Supreme Court to grant a law license to a noncitizen.
25, Apr 2014 - Fisher ballot-access suit heads to trial June 18
By Andy Metzger State House News Service BOSTON -- Republican gubernatorial candidate Mark Fisher's ballot access lawsuit against his own party will go to trial June 18, according to a Wednesday ruling.
25, Apr 2014 - Mpls. man sentenced to 20 years in synthetic drug case
Casey Rosen, of Minneapolis, pleaded guilty in January 2013 to conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute controlled substances resulting in serious bodily injury and death. The charge carries a maximum sentence of life in prison.
25, Apr 2014 - Central Mass. Health Foundation says program keeping ex-prisoners out of jail
WORCESTER - The Health Foundation of Central Massachusetts announced Friday that a $1.5 million program is yielding promising results when it comes to decreasing the rate at which former prisoners are going back to jail.
25, Apr 2014 - Behind the headline
POSTED April 17, 2014 10:08 p.m. LARNED — While most of the world is focused on the Oscar Pistorius murder trial (What is it about a guy that runs on blades instead of feet that creates so much interest?) a lot is happening that might escape you.
25, Apr 2014 - Man to get sentences for killing 4 Michigan women
MOUNT CLEMENS, Mich. (AP) — A man convicted of killing four women whom he met through an online escort site won't be in a Detroit-area courtroom when he's sentenced to life in prison.
25, Apr 2014 - Man sent to prison for abducting two Warren women
The Youngstown girl who suffered a gunshot wound, while sitting at her dining room table, returned to school on Tuesday. More >>
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