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25, Nov 2014 - Miller sworn in as Kanawha prosecutor
By Rusty Marks CHARLESTON, W.Va. - Longtime federal prosecutor Charles "Chuck" Miller was named by Kanawha County commissioners Monday morning to fill the last two years of the term of ousted county Prosecuting Attorney Mark Plants. Commissioners appointed Miller after almost two hours of public interviews of five candidates for the position. Commissioners Kent Carper and Hoppy Shores voted for ...
25, Nov 2014 - Gersowitz Libo & Korek, P.C. Settles a Pedestrian Accident Lawsuit for $8,025,000 14 Years After th
The experienced personal injury attorneys at Gersowitz Libo & Korek, P.C. resolve a major case after 14 years for $8,025,000. (PRWeb November 11, 2014) Read the full story at
25, Nov 2014 - Former The Voice Contestant Arrested For Dui
The singer, a finalist on the recent sixth season of the U.S. reality competition, was pulled over by South Carolina Highway Patrol officers in Oconee County in the early hours of Sunday (09Nov14) and subsequently hauled to jail.
25, Nov 2014 - Appeals court rejects SANDAG transportation plan
Blueprint lacks enough details on future projects' environmental risks, the panel rules.
25, Nov 2014 - Student admits to bringing gun to school
At a pretrial conference Thursday, an Iowa City West High student admitted he knowingly brought a .357 handgun and ammunition to school on Oct. 10.
25, Nov 2014 - BP slams McGladrey's tab for Gulf oil spill audit
With audit costs allegedly running nearly 10-fold over budget and no audit in sight, the oil giant is asking a federal court to compel a closer look at McGladrey's work.
25, Nov 2014 - 39 doctors spanked by Texas Medical Board at November meeting
At its November 7, 2014 meeting, the Texas Medical Board disciplined 39 licensed physicians and issued two cease and desist orders. The disciplinary actions included seven orders related to quality of
25, Nov 2014 - MPs call for release of prisoner in China
As Prime Minister Stephen Harper left Ottawa Wednesday for a four-day trip to China, MPs from all parties called on China to release a political prisoner with Canadian ties.
25, Nov 2014 - NC lawmakers say they’re still fighting same-sex marriage
Some Gaston County state lawmakers say they believe the fight to keep marriage exclusively between a man and a woman deserves to still be fought despite federal court rulings declaring bans on gay marriages unconstitutional.
25, Nov 2014 - Ohio lawmaker pleads guilty to ethics violations
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) - An Ohio state lawmaker from Cincinnati pleaded guilty Wednesday to two misdemeanor ethics law violations related to taking Bengals tickets from lobbyists then failing to properly report them on required disclosure forms. Democratic state Rep. Dale Mallory faces up to seven months in jail ...
25, Nov 2014 - Probe of FBI agent leads to release of convicted drug dealers from prison
At least two significant drug cases could be in jeopardy after an agent?s alleged misconduct, officials said.
25, Nov 2014 - Washington Co. Man To Be Resentenced In Child Porn Case
A western Pennsylvania man is set to be resentenced in a child pornography case that saw his first conviction overturned because an appeals court found the trial judge prejudiced a jury by showing them too many video clips of child pornography the man allegedly possessed.
25, Nov 2014 - Montana Supreme Court Orders a Response for Barry Beach
The Montana Supreme Court orders state authorities to respond to a petition filed last week by the lawyers of Barry Beach.
25, Nov 2014 - Norfolk man gets 40 years to life in murder trial
NORFOLK, Neb. (AP) — A Norfolk man has again been sentenced to 40 years to life in prison after he was convicted of murder for the second time.
25, Nov 2014 - Central Texas woman sentenced in foster daughter's death
A Central Texas woman has been sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole for fatally beating her 2-year-old foster daughter.
25, Nov 2014 - Utah trucker is accused of keeping more sex slaves
A Utah truck driver accused of keeping two women as sex slaves in his semitrailer as he traveled the country had four more victims, federal prosecutors said in court documents.
25, Nov 2014 - STATE: Gov. Brown selects Kruger for California Supreme Court
Gov. Jerry Brown on Monday announced Leondra R. Kruger as his choice for associate justice of the California Supreme Court. Kruger, 38, of Washington, D.C., has served as a deputy assistant attorney general at the U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Legal Counsel since 2013. She served as an assistant to the solicitor general and as acting principal deputy solicitor general in the U.S ...
25, Nov 2014 - Teen driver's ticket dismissed in crash that killed 5 family members
The ticket issued to the 16-year-old driver of an SUV involved in an accident that killed five of his family members has been dismissed.
25, Nov 2014 - Group to hold pit bull parade after ban dropped
A group of pit bull lovers plans to hold a pit bull parade to celebrate after a judge threw out a 10-year-old ban on the dogs in a Rhode Island city.
25, Nov 2014 - Former Idaho City postmaster gets jail after ‘staggering breach of trust’
Belau was sentenced to spend at least 10 days in the Ada County Jail and pay about $400 in fines and court costs for the July 2013 theft. Click to Continue »
25, Nov 2014 - Man sentenced in 2013 High Rock boating accident that killed pregnant woman, child
DAVIDSON COUNTY, N.C. — A man who was driving a boat in a collision that killed a pregnant woman and child on High Rock Lake was sentenced as part of a plea deal Thursday, according to the Lexington Dispatch. Michael Greene, 54, was given a suspended sentence of between 16 months and 29 months in […]
25, Nov 2014 - Local & Regional Briefs for Thursday, Nov. 20, 2014
Townshend, Vt. — A father and son were shot to death at a home in Townshend and a woman is being held without bail in connection with the shooting, Vermont State Police said Wednesday.
25, Nov 2014 - Girl fit to stand trial over 'Slender Man' stabbing
A US doctor believes the mental condition of one of two girls accused of repeatedly stabbing a classmate to please the fictional horror character Slender Man has improved, and the 12-year-old is fit to stand trial, a judge says.Wisconsin...
25, Nov 2014 - Kansas Supreme Court allows more gay marriages , Butler County ban remains
The inconsistency appeared likely to continue. State Attorney General Derek Schmidt said in a statement that the Kansas court's decision leaves it to the federal courts and local state judges to decide whether marriage licenses are issued to same-sex couples. Judge David Ricke said Butler County judges would not issue same-sex marriage licenses.
25, Nov 2014 - Guilty Verdict Upheld In Child Sex Abuse Case Against Ex-Yankee ‘Rusty’ Torres
The ex-ball player's defense claimed that jurors had been pressured to change their votes to end deliberations, the Nassau County District Attorney's Office said.
25, Nov 2014 - NFL Star Adrian Peterson Reaches Plea Deal in Child Abuse Case, Avoids Jail Time
The Minnesota Vikings running back pleaded no contest to misdemeanor assault read more
25, Nov 2014 - Kentucky vs. the Sixers: Calipari's Kids Might Just Win
As the Philadelphia 76ers continue to do what they do best – lose basketball games left and right -- and the University of Kentucky keeps reducing foes to sawdust, fans across America are asking the obvious: Could Kentucky’s “student-athletes’’ defeat the NBA’s motley collection of “pro’s’’ on the basketball court?
25, Nov 2014 - 4 years in armed robbery attempt near Marengo
WOODSTOCK – Prior to being sentenced to four years behind bars, a Belvidere man apologized to the judge for his role in an armed robbery attempt near Marengo.
25, Nov 2014 - Ala. inmates died of gangrene, constipation?
One prisoner died of alcohol withdrawal. Constipation killed another. A third succumbed to gangrene. The deaths sound like they come from the logs of a Civil War POW encampment, but all three are alleged to have befallen detainees at the Madison County Jail in Huntsville, Alabama, while they were awaiting trial.
25, Nov 2014 - Judge: Man accused of threatening President Obama is mentally incompetent, cannot stand trial
MONTGOMERY, Ala. — A federal judge says an Alabama man is mentally incompetent to stand trial on charges of threatening President Barack Obama's life.
25, Nov 2014 - State attorney general to sue Energy Department to protect workers from Hanford vapors
SPOKANE, Wash. — Washington plans to sue the U.S. Department of Energy and its contractor to protect workers from hazardous vapors at the Hanford Nuclear Reservation, the nation's most polluted nuclear site, state Attorney General Bob Ferguson said Wednesday.
25, Nov 2014 - Obama nominates Loretta Lynch to be next U.S. Attorney General
WASHINGTON (CNN/PIX11) — President Barack Obama nominated Loretta Lynch, U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of New York, as the next attorney general. Obama made to formal announcement of the attorney general nomination in the Roosevelt Room of the White House Saturday. The nominee, when confirmed by the Senate, will replace attorney General Eric Holder, […]
25, Nov 2014 - Rice, Peterson deserve fair treatment by Goodell
Ray Rice, his wife, Janay, and his attorneys have had their say in front of an arbitrator. Adrian Peterson's punishment - reckless assault of a child resulting in a $4,000 fine and 80 hours of community service - has been settled in a Texas court.
25, Nov 2014 - South Carolina man sentenced in 1992 DC slaying
A South Carolina man who pleaded guilty to second-degree murder in the 1992 shooting death of a man in Washington has been sentenced to 20 years in prison.
25, Nov 2014 - Nature's Advocate, Sentence by Sentence Over a Lifetime
4:43 pm, October 30, 2014 Edward Hoagland The following is excerpted from an essay written in 1973 by the author and taken from his soon-to-be-released collection of nature essays published by Lyons Press. var switchTo5x=false; stLight.options({publisher:'ef8ddb61-e8d9-4053-9694-0dc034050ea1'});
25, Nov 2014 - US appeals court denies Pollard appeal
JACKSON, Miss. (AP) — A federal appeals court has let stand the conviction of an Alabama woman sentenced to prison for kidnapping a girl from a Mississippi school because of a family dispute over property. Jesse Mae Brown Pollard of Northport, Alabama, was sentenced in February to 25 years in prison. She has been described by prosecutors as orchestrating the plot. Pollard was charged with taking ...
25, Nov 2014 - Longman & Van Grack LLC Adds New Commercial Litigator
The Bethesda and Rockville, Maryland law firm of Longman & Van Grack, LLC is happy to announce a new addition to its commercial litigation practice. Seasoned litigator, Attorney Theodore Kiviat, has joined the firm on an Of Counsel basis. Attorney Theodore Kiviat is an experienced civil litigator. Attorney Kiviat began his legal career in California in 1992 with the San Diego’s Chapin, Fleming ...
25, Nov 2014 - Ohio attorney suspended as female clients say he secretly hypnotized them for sexual pleasure
A Cleveland-area attorney accused of hypnotizing women for his sexual pleasure has been immediately suspended by the state Supreme Court.
25, Nov 2014 - Judge declares mistrial in Rep. Ron Reynolds ‘ambulance chasing’ case
In a shocking turn of events, District Court Judge Lisa Michalk declared a mistrial in the barratry case against Rep. Ron Reynolds, D-Missouri City, after a juror said there was discussion during deli
25, Nov 2014 - Grant Allows Veterans Court to Double Enrollment
Shelby County Veterans Court can now serve 117 veterans at a time. by Chris Shaw More local veterans who find themselves on the wrong side of the law will receive treatment instead of jail time, thanks to a $1.5 million federal grant received by the Tennessee Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services (TDMHSAS). Currently, the Shelby County Veterans Court is able to treat 60 ...
25, Nov 2014 - Pittsburgh sues Pa. over law on firearm rules
Pennsylvania's largest cities sued the state Monday over a new law designed to let the NRA challenge local firearms ordinances in court. "The NRA is wrong again, as usual," says Philadelphia's mayor.
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