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30, Sep 2014 - Pikeville Pharmacy Manager Sentenced to Federal Prison for Illegally Dispensing Pills
Beverly Lockhart, 60, was sentenced Tuesday for conspiracy to distribute Oxycodone.
30, Sep 2014 - Man charged with Billings Walmart rifle theft makes first appearance in federal court
BILLINGS - A Washington state man accused of breaking a display case and stealing a semi-automatic rifle and ammunition from a Billings Walmart made his first appearance in federal court on Friday.
30, Sep 2014 - Come meet Team Daily Iberian
Daily Iberian friends and readers, the management team and other members of your local newspaper's team will be along Main Street 9 a.m. to noon Saturday at 108 E. Main St., KK's Café and Cakery, next to Books Along the Teche. We will have product samples to give away and offer free trial subscriptions for anyone interested. Drop by to say “hello” or tell us any story ideas, complaints or ...
30, Sep 2014 - E. Texas man convicted of 'improper photography' may get sentence overturned
Last Wednesday, the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals ruled the state law banning improper photography is a violation of free speech rights.
30, Sep 2014 - Lawyers question investigator's methods in robbery case
Lawyers for a 28-year-old Lubbock man Monday questioned the means investigators used to identify their client as a suspect in an armed robbery two years ago.
30, Sep 2014 - Lawyers want Flathead County Attorney?s Office investigated
A group of attorneys in the Flathead is asking the Montana Attorney General to investigate the Flathead County Attorney’s office over allegations of prosecutorial misconduct.
30, Sep 2014 - Florida mother fights for freedom of Marine jailed in Mexico
Sitting in a Mexican jail, cut off from the post-traumatic-stress-disorder therapy that prompted his move from Florida to California, Marine Sgt. Andrew Tahmooressi “was more anxious than usual” today, said his mother Jill Tahmooressi.
30, Sep 2014 - Nov. 19 execution date set for Missouri inmate
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) _ The Missouri Supreme Court has set an execution date for a man convicted of killing a gas station attendant in Independence. The court on Monday set 56-year-old Leon Taylor’s execution for Nov. 19 at the state prison in Bonne Terre. Taylor was sentenced to death for the April 1994 shooting […]
30, Sep 2014 - Tomoka prison tops state in 2014 inmate deaths
Eight inmates have died this year at Tomoka Correctional Institution near Daytona Beach - the most when compared to other prisons without a hospital or large medical facility, according to the Florida Department of Corrections.
30, Sep 2014 - Yakima couple sentenced to home confinement for tax crimes
Sat, 06 Sep 2014 22:16:26 GMT By Mai Hoang Yakima Herald-Republic A Yakima couple have been sentenced to six months of home confinement after they pleaded guilty in federal court to income tax crimes. Senior District Judge Fred Van Sickle sentenced Karen L. Kivett, 61, for filing a false income tax refund claim, while h...
30, Sep 2014 - A.G. candidates Sean Reyes, Charles Stormont scrutinize campaign donations
Utah Attorney General candidates Sean Reyes and Charles Stormont are closely scrutinizing campaign donations because of the...
30, Sep 2014 - Blood found in Ramsaran's minivan, home
Norwich, NY (WBNG Binghamton) Several areas of blood were found in Jennifer Ramsaran's van and in the Ramsaran's house, according to testimony and evidence shared in court Thursday.
30, Sep 2014 - Iseman, Cunningham, Riester & Hyde LLP Attorney Recognized by Super Lawyers
Carol A. Hyde recognized by Super Lawyers in the practice areas of health care and nonprofit law. (PRWeb September 19, 2014) Read the full story at
30, Sep 2014 - New York man gets life in prison for killing policeman and driver
A New York man was sentenced to life in prison without parole on Friday for fatally shooting a police officer during a traffic stop on Long Island and killing a second man in an attempt to escape, the local prosecutor said. Judge Jerald Carter issued the maximum allowed sentence to Darrell Fuller, of Queens in New York City, on Friday in Nassau County Court. At the time of the murders, Fuller ...
30, Sep 2014 - Arkansas woman who posed as nurse sentenced
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) - A woman who pretended to be a registered nurse at an Arkansas elementary school for nearly five years has been sentenced to four years in prison.
30, Sep 2014 - Going Paperless: Helping Scott Co. Residents Navigate The Court System Faster
Going paperless. A new electronic system to help Scott County residents navigate the court system faster. Whether you need to file a police report or file a small claim, you can do it all from the comfort of your own home.
30, Sep 2014 - Report: Dad accused of killing 5 kids went on crime spree in 2001
The South Carolina father accused of killing his five children was an ex-con and went on crime spree in Illinois in 2001, the AP reported Thursday. Timothy Ray Jones Jr. earned his computer engineering degree, worked at a $71,000-a-year job, had a wife of 10 years and several young children. Then, just over two years ago, he discovered his wife was putting their children to bed in their South ...
30, Sep 2014 - Case of shaken baby's future goes to top Maine court
By Dave Sherwood PORTLAND Maine (Reuters) - Maine's Supreme Court this month will consider whether the state can issue a "do-not-resuscitate" order for a severely debilitated child living in foster care over the objections of her biological mother. Following that incident, the child's mother, Virginia Trask, 18, agreed to the do-not-resuscitate order, according to legal filings.
30, Sep 2014 - Prosecutor seeks 10 years for teacher rapist
BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) — A Montana prosecutor is seeking 10 years in prison for a teacher who raped a 14-year-old student, after the Supreme Court rejected a one-month sentence from an earlier judge whose comments pinned some responsibility on the victim.
30, Sep 2014 - Oregon cops: Suspect drove fast, had strong smell
Relatives of the man suspected of beheading a woman at an Oklahoma food distribution center say that after his release from prison on drug and assault charges last year, he told them he wanted to focus on getting...
30, Sep 2014 - Editor, Norfolk prosecutor nominated as judges
BOSTON -- Gov. Deval Patrick nominated Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly Managing Editor David Frank for a judgeship on Friday as he also tapped a public defender and a Norfolk County prosecutor for judicial positions.In nominations announced [...]
30, Sep 2014 - GOP hopes to keep power under new redistricting
HARRISBURG – For the past 3 1/2 years, Republicans controlled all three power centers in Pennsylvania government – the governorship, both chambers of the Legislature and a majority of the seven-seat Supreme Court.
30, Sep 2014 - Federal Judge Rules Against TennCare
The state's expanded Medicaid program must hold hearings for people who have waited months to learn whether they qualify for coverage because of delay...
30, Sep 2014 - Judge denies Thompson’s request to waive bond
- By Katie Zerr Former Mobridge pastor Timothy Thompson appeared in Fifth Circuit Court on Monday, Sept. 22, to face charges of sexual contact with a child. Thompson is being held on $15,000 cash bond and asked that the bond be waived in order for him to join his family outside of the state, according […]
30, Sep 2014 - Missouri Supreme Court will choose judge for Opus case
Boone County Presiding Judge Jodie Asel on Monday asked the high court to assign a new judge to the lawsuit filed by two Columbia residents against the city of Columbia and Opus Development Co. Read more
30, Sep 2014 - Insiders say prison gangs and crooked guards corrupting state’s prisons
Two former prison sergeants are awaiting trial after being accused of ordering an inmate to be killed to protect the guards' role as kingpins of an institution-wide gang operation. The post Insiders say prison gangs and crooked guards corrupting state’s prisons appeared first on Orlando Weekly Blogs .
30, Sep 2014 - Alleged impersonator of Army officer makes first court appearance
A 54-year-old Minnesota man who allegedly has been impersonating a highly decorated, non-commissioned officer in the U.S. Army at several local events made his first appearance Thursday in Kandiyohi County District Court on unrelated gun charges.
30, Sep 2014 - ISU student jailed in shooting
TERRE HAUTE - An Indiana State University student accused of shooting another student in a residence hall stairwell after playing dice for money was arraigned Monday on a charge of attempted murder.
30, Sep 2014 - PERS reforms ready for oral argument at Oregon Supreme Court
Monday marked the deadline for written briefings to the Oregon Supreme Court, where public employees are challenging the legality of two pension reform bills enacted last year. Oral arguments will be held Oct. 14. Each side will have one hour. After that, public employers, the governor, lawmakers, employees and retirees can hold their collective breath, with a decision anticipated during ...
30, Sep 2014 - Pro sports leagues seek to block New Jersey's latest efforts on sports betting
New Jersey’s request for a U.S. District Court judge to clarify his 2013 ruling upholding a ban against sports betting should be denied, attorneys for the National Football League said Monday in a sharply worded brief that lambastes the state for its continued support of that form of gambling.
30, Sep 2014 - Judge dismisses lawsuit against former Cooperative Bank CEO
The 2011 suit by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. sought to recoup more than $30 million
30, Sep 2014 - Life sentence for woman convicted in fatal butt-injection case
A woman convicted in a fatal butt-injection case is sentenced to life in prison.
30, Sep 2014 - Warden: Staff errors responsible for Montco prison escape
NORRISTOWN — The failure of correctional officers and supervisors to follow prison protocol played a large part in 23-year-old Raehib Hankerson’s Labor Day escape from Montgomery County Correctional Facility, Warden Julio Algarin said Tuesday.
30, Sep 2014 - UPDATE: Exclusive: Man Jailed for Posting Lyrics to Facebook Says 'It's Pretty Worrisome
James Evans didn't think twice about posting song lyrics to his Facebook wall on Aug. 24, as he often does while listening to music. This time,...
30, Sep 2014 - Shurtleff says charges against him are too vague
Former Utah Attorney General Mark Shurtleff says the criminal charges against him are so vague that's he's left to guess which days he is accused of committing certain crimes.
30, Sep 2014 - Prison labor being used in several school districts
The Arkansas Leader continues to pursue related angles to the story it uncovered about a convicted rapist/killer working on a prison labor detail at a middle school in Cabot. Other schools are using prison labor, too, the Leader reports. Cabot officials have banned prison labor as a result. The Arkansas Board of Correction voted Monday to end a 30-year-old policy that allowed killers to work in ...
30, Sep 2014 - Denied Bail: Hannah Graham Kidnapping Suspect Held in Jail
The suspect in the disappearance of a University of Virginia student appeared in court Thursday in Texas, where he was captured Wednesday afternoon.
30, Sep 2014 - Judge cancels ex-FLDS child bride’s $40 million trial
SALT LAKE CITY – A former child bride’s $40 million lawsuit against polygamist leader Warren Jeffs and the Fundamentalist LDS Church is on hold. At a brief hearing Monday morning, 3rd District Court Judge Keith Kelly canceled Elissa Wall’s January 20, 2015 trial because the Utah Supreme Court has intervened in the multi-million dollar case. […]
30, Sep 2014 - APNewsBreak: Medical marijuana lawsuit continues
DOVER, Del. (AP) - A Delaware judge on Friday refused to dismiss a lawsuit against a lobbyist and former aide to U.S. Sen. Tom Carper who was chosen to operate the state's first medical marijuana dispensary. Vice Chancellor John Noble refused to dismiss a complaint against First State ...
30, Sep 2014 - Wyoming governor asks court to reverse wolf ruling
CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) – Responding to a stinging legal setback, the governor of Wyoming on Wednesday asked a federal judge to reverse an order ending state management of wolves and returning them to protections under the Endangered Species Act.
30, Sep 2014 - Apple, HP slam patent troll with $3.6 million each in attorney fees
Northern District of California Court Judge Claudia Wilken has ruled that non-practicing entity Linex Technologies must pay Apple, Aruba, Meru, Ruckus, and HP millions in attorney fees after pursuing a patent case that it knew was destined for failure. Apple and HP are seeking $3.6 million each, with the other three companies seeking $3.8 million -- the ruling puts the patent troll on the hook ...
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