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31, Mar 2015 - Labor case to cost $390K: Tile center agrees to pay fines and workers' unpaid wages
Acme Universal Inc.: The Guam Tile Center store is on Route 16 in Harmon. Acme Universal Inc., which does business as Guam Tile Center, and its president, Xin Bo "Paul" Yu, have agreed to pay $390,180 for federal wage violations involving its former workers from China, court documents state.
31, Mar 2015 - Wishbone Hill Coal Project Draws Lawsuit
The Trustees for Alaska are going back to court to fight a federal okay for coal mining at Wishbone Hill in Palmer. Trustee attorneys filed a lawsuit in federal court in Anchorage today (on Wednesday) on behalf of the Castle Mountain Coalition and other groups opposed to coal mining in the area.
31, Mar 2015 - Man gets consecutive life terms in killings of parents
CEDAR RAPIDS — A man convicted of killing his parents with a machete on the Meskwaki Nation Settlement in central Iowa has been sentenced to consecutive life terms in federal prison.
31, Mar 2015 - Alabama judge halts marriage licenses for all couples after same-sex ruling
(Reuters) - An Alabama judge facing contradictory directives from a U.S. judge and the state's high court on whether to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples said on Wednesday that his office not issue licenses to anyone while it analyzes the conflict. The announcement by Mobile County Probate Judge Don Davis comes a day after the Alabama Supreme Court ordered probate judges to stop ...
31, Mar 2015 - Hotel California name okay for now in Austintown
A federal judge won't stop a Poland businessman from opening an Austintown hotel using the name Hotel California, at least for now.
31, Mar 2015 - California teens get 30 years in woman's rape, bleach attack
Raymond Miranda, 15, and a teen friend were sentenced on Tuesday to 30 years in prison for brutally assaulting an 87-year-old woman in Hemet, Calif.
31, Mar 2015 - Xarelto Lawsuits Move Forward Nationwide, With Issuance of New Court Docs in State, Federal Litigat
Bernstein Liebhard LLP, which is currently representing a number of Xarelto plaintiffs in U.S. courts, reports that documents issued this week will promote judicial efficiency in consolidated litigations underway in Louisiana federal court and Pennsylvania state court. (PRWeb March 26, 2015) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/xarelto-lawsuit/xarelto-bleeding/prweb12613028.htm
31, Mar 2015 - Man freed 39 years after death sentence is awarded $1m in compensation
Ricky Jackson was put on death row in 1975 for killing of businessman but key witness, who was 13 at the time, eventually admitted lying under police pressure A man who was sentenced to death for a killing he did not commit and spent nearly four decades behind bars will receive more than $1m from the state for wrongful imprisonment, a court has ruled. Related: Exonerated after 40 years: Ohio man ...
31, Mar 2015 - Coroner rules death of Nevada state prison inmate a homicide - Quincy Herald-Whig | Illinois & Miss
LAS VEGAS (AP) - A Nevada state prison inmate who had been serving up time on a felony battery conviction was killed by multiple gunshots more than four months ago at a facility outside Las Vegas in a case that has been ruled a homicide, officials said Wednesday.
31, Mar 2015 - Garvin County Man Sentenced To Life In Woman's Death
A Garvin County, Oklahoma, man has been sentenced to life in prison in the death of his girlfriend.
31, Mar 2015 - Why Did 346 Inmates Die In Florida Prisons In 2014?
Why Did 346 Inmates Die In Florida Prisons In 2014? Why Did 346 Inmates Die In Florida Prisons In 2014? Politics FloridaPrisons Has Been Optimized The State of Florida had 346 people die inside its prisons last year. NPR notes that Florida has 100,000 inmates, the third-largest prison population in the U.S., but the state's prison budget has been reduced by a half-billion dollars over the past ...
31, Mar 2015 - High court hears reporter plea for Benda's death records
In this 2007 file photo, South Dakota Tourism and State Development Secretary Richard Benda speaks at a news conference in Elk Point.
31, Mar 2015 - Pharmacist group says members shouldn't aid in executions - Quincy Herald-Whig | Illinois & Mis
SAN DIEGO (AP) - In a move that could heighten the hurdles faced by states attempting to execute prisoners, a leading association for U.S. pharmacists has officially discouraged its members from providing drugs for use in lethal injections.
31, Mar 2015 - Native Nonprofits Want State to Change on Adoption Case
All the regional Native nonprofits in the state, which represent most of the tribes in Alaska, have issued a joint statement asking Governor Bill Walker to change his position in the court case Tununuk II vs. the state of Alaska. They say Walker’s position will make it very difficult for tribal members to adopt Native children. The state says it’s only arguing for compliance with a U.S. Supreme ...
31, Mar 2015 - EXCLUSIVE: Attorneys urge commission to reconsider Judge Lee's rejection
Several prominent attorneys are urging the state Judicial Selection Commission to reconsider its decision not to retain Circuit Judge Randal Lee."I can represent to you and your commission members that there is widespread concern among members of the bar and others about the manner in which Judge Lee's petition for retention has been handled," attorney Eric Seitz wrote in a letter to the ...
31, Mar 2015 - Yampa Valley Housing Authority close to applying for permit to build 48 affordable apartments
The Yampa Valley Housing Authority is moving swiftly with its development partner, Overland Property Group , to prepare a “shovel-ready” plan to build 48 affordable two- and three-bedroom apartments on Steamboat’s west side. Housing Authority Executive Director Jason Peasley said during a Tuesday work session he hopes to submit a development permit application to the city of Steamboat Springs ...
31, Mar 2015 - For ex-Guantánamo inmates freedom in Uruguay brings new challenges
The six detainees accepted by President José Mujica are struggling with a new language in a strange country as well as health problems from their captivity Every day during the 12½½ years he was imprisoned in Guantánamo Bay as a suspected al-Qaida operative, Adel bin Muhammad El Ouerghi dreamed of freedom. But since his release along with five other detainees in December, the 50-year-old Tunisian ...
31, Mar 2015 - Lawyer: Immigration case fees would bury Hazleton
Legal fees sought by the attorneys who blocked Hazleton’s immigration ordinances in a lengthy court battle that reached the U.S. Supreme Court would likely drive the city into bankruptcy and receivership under Act 47, the Financially Distressed Municipali
31, Mar 2015 - Indiana high court won’t review conviction in parent deaths
WINCHESTER, Ind. (AP) — The state Supreme Court won’t consider an eastern Indiana man’s appeal of his double-murder conviction in his parents’ killings.
31, Mar 2015 - Minnesota snowmobiler gets jail in Boundary Waters chase
BABBITT, Minn. -- A Babbitt man will spend a month in jail and three years on probation and another man faces a June trial in connection with a high-speed snowmobile chase that reached up to 80 mph through the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness more than a year ago.
31, Mar 2015 - Wehmeyer, convicted of sexual abuse, removed from the priesthood
Curtis Wehmeyer is serving five years in prison for sexually abusing two boys and possessing child pornography while serving at St. Paul's Church of the Blessed Sacrament.
31, Mar 2015 - Islet Holdings, Inc. Continues With Pursuing Damages in Federal Court
DENVER -- Islet Holdings, Inc. (OTC:ISHI) ("the Company") previously announced that in August 2012, the Company and its subsidiary filed a complaint in Federal District Court for the District ...
31, Mar 2015 - 'Happy' dancing kid steals the spotlight at high school basketball tournament
Sometimes the best entertainment at sporting events isn't on the court. This was the case last week at the Kentucky High School State Basketball tournament, when a young fan in the stands brought down the house with his dance moves at halftime.Peyton "Peanut" Henderson caught the attention of the crowd with his passionate rendition of Pharrell Williams' "Happy."But Peanut wasn't done yet.
31, Mar 2015 - Was Muskegon County 'towing ball' traffic stop legal? State Supreme Court may decide
The Michigan Supreme Court has agreed to consider the Muskegon County Prosecutor's Office request to appeal a Muskegon Heights traffic-stop-turned-drug-bust case that set a precedent for criminal cases across the state.
31, Mar 2015 - Health insurance of 470,000 Pennsylvanians at stake under Supreme Court Obamacare case
— The nation's top court will hear arguments Wednesday on a challenge to the Affordable Care Act that could affect millions of Americans — including those in Pennsylvania — who bought health insurance through the federal marketplace.
31, Mar 2015 - New Jersey court: Judges taking over housing enforcement
New Jersey's top court ruled Tuesday that judges should take over the enforcement of state affordable housing requirements because the state government under Gov. Chris Christie and his predecessors has ...
31, Mar 2015 - Colorado hockey player accused of losing his cool on Aspen ice averts trial
A Fort Collins amateur hockey player has been barred from participating in the Hockey Mountain High tournament in Aspen this year, according to an order signed by Municipal Judge Brooke
31, Mar 2015 - Appeals court won't upset convictions of Chad Curtis
HASTINGS, Mich. (AP) - The state appeals court has affirmed the convictions and sentence of former Major League Baseball player Chad Curtis, who is in prison for sexual misconduct with teenage girls in western Michigan. Curtis mostly claimed that his attorney was ineffective at key points of the 2013 trial ...
31, Mar 2015 - Judge Won’t Accept Plea Of Suspect In Lakewood Lawyer Murder Case
The family of a Lakewood lawyer is who was raped and killed in her office two years ago is having to relive all the details again and again as the suspect keeps sending handwritten motions to the judge.
31, Mar 2015 - Pinckneyville, IL woman sentenced for meth charges
A Pinckneyville, Illinois woman has been sentenced on meth making charges.
31, Mar 2015 - Defense in Colorado shooting case asks judge to move trial
CENTENNIAL — Defense attorneys in the Colorado theater shooting case have again asked a judge to move the trial, saying most prospective jurors believe defendant James Holmes is guilty and can’t set their opinions aside.
31, Mar 2015 - National media prepare to cover the Aurora theater shooting trial in Colorado
News outlets nationally and locally are preparing to cover the James Holmes theater shooting trial, now on a hastened schedule.
31, Mar 2015 - Ohio court weighs ex-death row inmate's claim
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Dale Johnston was sent to death row in 1984 for a double homicide he didn't commit. He's spent the years since his 1990 release trying to get back the life he lost.
31, Mar 2015 - American execution: A brief history of the death penalty in the U.S.
The death penalty in the United States began its life as an import. Brought over from the United Kingdom, it evolved into different versions that depended largely on each state that adopted it Now the governor of Utah must decide whether to sign a bill that would reinstate execution by firing squad. This comes amid a shortage of drugs for lethal injection, a practice currently banned in all 50 ...
31, Mar 2015 - Ohio court awards wrongly imprisoned man over $1 million
CLEVELAND (AP) — A man who was sentenced to death for a killing he didn't commit and spent nearly four decades behind bars will receive more than $1 million from the state for wrongful imprisonment, a court ruled Thursday.
31, Mar 2015 - West Alabama lawmakers offering several bills in upcoming legislative session
The state legislative delegation for Tuscaloosa and West Alabama has introduced a variety of bills so far during the 2015 regular session, including proposals to ban distracting activities while driving, a new judgeship and new fees in Hale County. State lawmakers are set to reconvene for the legislative session on March 31 at 1 p.m. Distracted driving District 61 Rep. Alan Harper, R-Northport ...
31, Mar 2015 - Experts weigh in on possible intellectual disability in Reeves case
A hearing to determine the intellectual state of a man convicted of raping and murdering a 4-year-old Moss Bluff girl continued Wednesday in state district court.
31, Mar 2015 - $5,000 donation helps bridge budget gap at Lordstown Schools
AKRON, Ohio (AP) - A northeast Ohio man convicted in the slayings of his ex-girlfriend and their 5-year-old son has been sentenced to life in prison without parole. A jury had voted to spare 41-year-old Daniel Tighe from a potential death sentence.
31, Mar 2015 - Judge in Texas blocks federal rules change for gay couples
AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — A federal judge in Texas has blocked temporarily federal rules that would have expanded medical leave benefits to some gay couples.
31, Mar 2015 - Iowa Supreme Court hears arguments against telemed abortion ban
By Rod Boshart, Gazette Des Moines Bureau DES MOINES — The Iowa Supreme Court was asked Wednesday to decide whether state regulators acted within their authority to curb telemedicine abortions out of health and safety concerns or overstepped their bounds in limiting Iowa women’s access to a legal medical procedure. Alice Clapman, an attorney representing Planned Parenthood of the Heartland ...
31, Mar 2015 - An Indiana jury says Purvi Patel should go to prison for what she says was a miscarriage
There’s a lot that’s still confusing about the case of Purvi Patel. But one thing is clear: The 33-year-old from South Bend, Indiana, is facing up to 70 years in prison as the first pregnant woman to be convicted under Indiana’s “feticide” law. It’s a case that cheers some anti-abortion advocates but has reproductive rights groups and doctors worried about how laws originally passed to protect ...
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