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Lawsuit Filed Against Jody Kriss, Former Bayrock Executive & Founder of East River Partners
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Second Oregon sex offender at Umatilla prison dies unexpectedly in just nine days
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20, Oct 2014 - Burgarello Trial Set for January
The lawyer for a 73-year-old Nevada man charged with murder in the shooting of an unarmed trespasser says he's ready to go to trial and anxious to prove he was acting in self-defense.
20, Oct 2014 - Losing bidder asks court for new auction of Revel
The Florida developer who came up short in a bankruptcy court auction for the former Revel casino wants the judge to invalidate the result and hold a new sale.
20, Oct 2014 - Three arrested for Meth in Valdosta
On Monday, investigators recovered a quantity of methamphetamine and the necessary items for the manufacture of meth.  April Pollock, Monty Wilson and Justin Bloodsworth were all arrested and taken to the Lowndes County Jail.
20, Oct 2014 - Oscar Pistorius to finally learn his sentence
Oscar Pistorius will finally learn his fate Tuesday when a judge is expected to announce the Olympic runner's sentence for killing girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp.
20, Oct 2014 - Court rejects appeal from Duane Reade Ex-CEO, CFO
The Supreme Court has rejected appeals from two former executives of New York City drugstore chain Duane Reade Inc. who were convicted of securities fraud.
20, Oct 2014 - Mom, beau plead not guilty in boy's booze-IV death
ST. JOHNSBURY, Vt. — A Vermont woman and her boyfriend have pleaded not guilty to charges they put alcohol in her disabled 13-year-old son's IV tube, contributing to his death. Melissa Robitille and Walter Richters III were ordered held without bail Wednesday on second-degree murder charges in the August death of Isaac Robitille. Prosecutor Maria Byford says, "There's great evidence of guilt ...
20, Oct 2014 - Traffic Stops For Hearing Impaired Drivers: Practical Tips For Public Safety
News On 6 anchor and crime reporter Lori Fullbright worked with the hearing impaired community and Tulsa Police Department to make a video showing both sides of a traffic stop.
20, Oct 2014 - Florida’s water war with Georgia could be delayed
A year after Florida filed a lawsuit in the U.S. Supreme Court in a long-running battle with Georgia over water consumption, the U.S. solicitor general has advised the high court to delay taking the case. The post Florida’s water war with Georgia could be delayed appeared first on Orlando Weekly Blogs .
20, Oct 2014 - Connecticut Mesothelioma Victims Center Launches A New Campaign For Victims With A Focus On The Bes
The Connecticut Mesothelioma Victims Center is launching a new initiative in Connecticut that is focused on making certain diagnosed victims of this rare form of cancer caused by exposure to asbestos not only have instant access to the nation's best mesothelioma compensation lawyers, they are also dedicated to the proposition that a diagnosed victim, and their family members have access to the ...
20, Oct 2014 - Man Arrested after I-84 Shootings Sentenced on Counterfeit Credit Cards, Firearm Charge
BOISE | A California man arrested in Wendell after reports of shots fired into vehicles on Interstate 84 was sentenced Monday on counterfeit credit card and firearm charges.
20, Oct 2014 - Wisconsin Supreme Court takes its cases on the road, first time in Waukesha Co.
WAUKESHA CO. (WITI) — Only a very select number of cases make their way in front of the Wisconsin Supreme Court. On Tuesday, justices took three cases on the road to share the Supreme Court experience, and for the first time ever, did it in Waukesha County. “Since 1993, Justice on Wheels has connected the courts […]
20, Oct 2014 - Teenager gets life in foster mom's stabbing death
CLEVELAND (AP) — A northeast Ohio teenager who said she killed her foster mother in 2012 at the urging of the dead woman's husband was sentenced to life in prison on Monday.
20, Oct 2014 - Rick Perry asking for 'special favors,' making 'mockery' of justice system, prosecu
The special prosecutor in the misconduct case against Texas Gov. Rick Perry said Tuesday that Mr. Perry was "making a mockery" of the justice system and asking for "special favors" in requesting to skip a pretrial hearing. "I don't think there's any reason why Mr. Perry should be treated any ...
20, Oct 2014 - Gay marriage developments: Idaho couples marry
By The Associated Press It's been more than a week since a flurry of gay marriage developments began with the Supreme Court's denial of appeals from five states, allowing for expansion of...
20, Oct 2014 - Bennington man, 22, accused of sexual contact with 15-year-old
BENNINGTON -- A 22-year-old Bennington man is under a 24-hour curfew after being charged with having sexual contact with a 15-year-old girl. Brandon T. Billings pleaded not guilty Wednesday in Vermont Superior Court to sexual assault on a victim under 16 years old, and lewd and lascivious conduct with a child.
20, Oct 2014 - Guinea calls on retired doctors to fight Ebola
Guinea's president issued a call for retired doctors to return to work to help the impoverished country's overstretched health system fight the deadly Ebola outbreak.
20, Oct 2014 - Judge accepts plea in 1998 embassy bombings case
NEW YORK (AP) — A judge on Tuesday accepted the guilty plea of an Egyptian lawyer in the 1998 bombings of two U.S. embassies in Africa, saying the government acted reasonably in reducing charges against him.
20, Oct 2014 - Mini Grand Prix racers burn rubber, raise funds for Lions Club
Ten teams blazed a path around the historic Ellis County courthouse Saturday morning at a breakneck 15 mph in the Lions Club's 12th annual Mini Grand Prix in hopes of raising funds for the club's outr
20, Oct 2014 - Lincolnshire, Judge to rule if Goodell must testify in Rice case
Judge to rule if Goodell must testify in Rice case
20, Oct 2014 - Trial Ends for Doctor Accused of Prescription Fraud
VICKSBURG, Miss. - The trial ends for a doctor accused of prescription fraud.
20, Oct 2014 - ADA Doupé to plead local DUI case before Georgia Supreme Court
A Wilkes County DUI case will be argued before the Georgia Supreme Court Monday, October 6, and the results could impact other cases around the state, said Toombs Judicial Circuit Senior Assistant District Attorney Bill Doupé, who will present the prosecution’s case in his first appearance before the state’s top court.
20, Oct 2014 - Tax cheat sentence prompts outrage
TEXAS -- A former state worker who stole more than 14-thousand dollars in Florida tax money is now enjoying a cruise to Mexico. Court records show Leon County Judge Kevin Carroll signed off on the cruise. It's prompted outrage from both the state attorney and the victim. ...
20, Oct 2014 - Ohio court asked to dismiss appeal of Adamson family
GEORGETOWN, Ohio | An attorney representing Brown County Coroner Dr. Judith Varnau filed on Oct. 17, to have a court appeal by the family of a death victim dismissed.
20, Oct 2014 - Colorado high court turns away PERA cost-of-living rule
The Colorado Supreme Court unanimously ruled Monday that retirees in the Public Employees Retirement Association do not have a contract right to a 3.5 percent annual cost-of-living increase and the Legislature had the authority to cap that increase at 2 percent, according to the legislation passed in 2010.
20, Oct 2014 - Suspect in Sioux City officer shooting remains hospitalized
The man police say shot a Sioux City police officer last week remained in an Omaha hospital Thursday as his family and local officials issued conflicting information about his status.
20, Oct 2014 - Jury selection resumes in Jodi Arias retrial
Attorneys called in an extra 100 prospective jurors on Wednesday as they attempted to find 12 unbiased people who could decide convicted murderer Jodi Arias' fate.
20, Oct 2014 - Texas voter ID law applies for November elections, federal appeals court says
AUSTIN — A federal appeals court on Tuesday temporarily reinstated Texas’ voter ID law, which the U.S. Justice Department had condemned as the state’s latest means of suppressing minority voter turnout.
20, Oct 2014 - Wisconsin man sentenced for threatening judge
A Wisconsin man who is identified with the Sovereign Citizen movement has been sentenced to prison for threatening and filing false charges against a judge and 27 other officials in New Jersey.
20, Oct 2014 - Judge dismisses lawsuit against former LSU Alumni Assoc. head Charlie Roberts
19th Judicial District Judge Mike Caldwell dismissed the lawsuit against former LSU Alumni Association head Charlie Roberts Monday morning.
20, Oct 2014 - State Trooper Sentenced To Prison For Stealing From Dying Victim
A former state trooper who is accused of stealing money and jewelry from a dying crash victim was sentenced to prison Friday. Aaron Huntsman was caught on his patrol car’s dash-cam stealing $3,700 and a gold necklace from John Scaleessee in September 2012 after Scaleessee crashed his motorcycle on the Merritt Parkway in Fairfield. The […]
20, Oct 2014 - Court tosses Arizona's no-bail law for immigrants
An appeals court has thrown out a voter-approved law in Arizona that denies bail to immigrants who are in the country illegally and have been charged with a range of felonies that include shoplifting, aggravated identity theft, sexual assault and murder.
20, Oct 2014 - Appeals court: Citizens United can air movie about Colorado politics without disclosing donors
DENVER — A federal appeals court has ruled that a conservative group can air a movie it has produced about Colorado politics without disclosing its financers.
20, Oct 2014 - 85-year-old professor accused of sexual harassment battling KU and its policies in court
Three and a half years after a student accused him of groping her during a study session, a longtime Kansas University professor is still fighting KU in court. By Sara Shepherd
20, Oct 2014 - Gay marriage developments: Alaska couples wait
It's been more than a week since a flurry of gay marriage developments began with the Supreme Court's denial of appeals from five states, allowing for expansion of marriage rights. Shortly afterward, a federal court in the West struck down bans in Idaho and Nevada. Recent developments on same-sex marriage around the country:
20, Oct 2014 - Parents May Be Liable for What Their Kids Post on Facebook, Court Rules
Parents can be held liable for what their kids post on Facebook, a Georgia appellate court ruled in a decision that lawyers said marked a legal precedent on the issue of parental responsibility over their children's online activity.
20, Oct 2014 - White House Taps ACLU Lawyer To Run DOJ’s Civil Rights Division
The Obama administration on Wednesday picked American Civil Liberties Union lawyer Vanita Gupta to lead the Justice Department’s civil rights division, overseeing the federal probe into the shooting of an unarmed teen by a police officer in Ferguson, Mo.
20, Oct 2014 - Nevada's ban on same-sex marriage struck down
A federal appeals court has struck down gay marriage bans in Idaho and Nevada.
20, Oct 2014 - Man sues Oklahoma over brother's botched execution
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — The botched execution of an Oklahoma inmate last spring that led to a moratorium while the state reconsidered its lethal injection protocols was "barbaric" and violated the inmate's constitutional protection from cruel and unusual punishment, his brother contends in a lawsuit.
20, Oct 2014 - Florida Prisons Fire Guards: Reports Of Abuse, Corruption Lead To Massive Clean-Up Effort
Florida prisons fired guards throughout the state in response to reports of abuse and corruption within the state’s prison system. Reports indicate that 32 guards were placed on administrative leave as a review was launched this summer, and it seems the Department of Corrections is determined to clean up the state’s system. Multiple prisons were Florida Prisons Fire Guards: Reports Of Abuse ...
20, Oct 2014 - 10 false alarms lands teenager in jail for felony
Ronaldo Lazo, 17, of Baton Rouge, is charged with terrorizing and false alarms following his deployment of the fire alarm at Broadmoor High School.
20, Oct 2014 - No Resolution for Former Husker Player Accused of Assault
A New York Jets practice squad player and former Husker player is due in court in two weeks on domestic violence charges, possibly to have a trial date set.
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