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25, Jul 2014 - Judge denies defense motions in Hornell missing money case
BATH — The defense for former Hornell police officer Jennifer A. Speed was handed at least two setbacks in recent rulings by Steuben County Court Judge Peter C. Bradstreet.
25, Jul 2014 - Trial of former court employee for attempted theft, cover-up begins in Newport District Court
Posted June 30, 2014, at 9 a.m. Last modified June 30, 2014, at 8:14 p.m. NEWPORT, Maine — The daylong jury-waived trial of a former employee of the Maine court system charged last year with attempting to steal funds and trying to cover it up began Monday in Newport District Court.
25, Jul 2014 - Drug leader gets 5-10
HONESDALE - The leader of a large-scale cocaine ring that had operated out of a Wayne County golf course was sentenced to five to 10 years in state prison on Thursday.
25, Jul 2014 - Ky. Court of Appeals receives briefs, Chris Steward’s attorney argues first bond posted satisfies
GLASGOW — The Kentucky Court of Appeals has received the briefs it ordered attorneys to submit on whether Chris Steward’s appeal of the Barren County Democratic judge-executive primary election should be dismissed because a required bond was filed after the deadline.
25, Jul 2014 - New laws make it easier to charge people who purchase ingredients for meth
It is now significantly easier to charge someone with a crime related to the manufacture of methamphetamine.
25, Jul 2014 - State executes man for 1994 rape, murder of girl
The state has executed Eddie Wayne Davis, convicted in the 1994 rape and murder of a Lakeland girl. It's the state's sixth execution of the year.
25, Jul 2014 - Courts hear parents battle over circumcision
Mom opposes procedure for 3-year-old son; dad wants it The boy's fourth birthday is coming up and his mother and father are fighting over a tiny piece of him — his foreskin.
25, Jul 2014 - Advancing the cause
On that day a dozen years ago, the black-robed justices of the U.S. Supreme Court sat behind the elevated bench, facing down at Jim Bopp.
25, Jul 2014 - BNP Paribas to pay $80 million for defrauding U.S. Agriculture Department
By Julia Edwards WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Justice Department announced on Thursday that a Federal court entered judgment against French bank BNP Paribas for $80 million for defrauding a program designed to encourage American exports. The program, run by the U.S. Department of Agriculture, covered losses for American commodities exporters in cases where their import partner failed to make ...
25, Jul 2014 - Coakley draws criticism for Partners truce
BOSTON -- Attorney General Martha Coakley is coming under increasing fire from her Democratic and Republican rivals in the governor's race over an agreement her office hammered out with Partners HealthCare, Massachusetts' largest hospital and
25, Jul 2014 - Bluefield woman sentenced for role in Nigerian wire fraud scheme
ABINGDON, Va. (AP) -- A West Virginia woman will spend more than four years in prison for her role in a Nigerian wire fraud scheme.U.S. Attorney Timothy J. Heaphy says 47-year-old Audrey Elaine Elrod of Bluefield...
25, Jul 2014 - Man granted retrial in 1982 fire deaths gets bail
WOBURN — A man who spent 32 years in prison for a 1982 fire that killed eight people in Lowell has been granted bail as he awaits a new trial. The Lowell Sun reports 57-year-old Victor Rosario wept as a judge ordered his release on $25,000 cash bail Thursday. Middlesex Superior Court Judge Kathe Tuttman also ordered him to stay in Massachusetts and undergo GPS monitoring and random alcohol ...
25, Jul 2014 - FBI agents to testify against friend of accused Boston bomber
FBI agents who interrogated a friend of the accused Boston Marathon bomber charged with obstructing the investigation into the deadly blasts are expected to take the witness stand on Friday as the first week of the trial comes to a close.
25, Jul 2014 - Appeals court denies Suthers' effort to block gay marriages in Boulder
The Colorado Court of Appeals has denied Attorney General John Suthers' request to stop the Boulder clerk from issuing same-sex marriage licenses.
25, Jul 2014 - Valley Marine produces t-shirts to raise money for Marine jailed in Mexico
Sgt. Andrew Tahmooressi has been in a Mexican prison for months. He says it was all an accident. He allegedly crossed the Mexican border with three guns in his car this past March. He was arrested and has been in the prison ever since. Now a valley Marine is raising money for his cause.
25, Jul 2014 - New Mexico judge elected by coin toss after tie
A New Mexico county magistrate race that ended in a tie has finally come to a head, or rather, heads.
25, Jul 2014 - Utah man charged in stepdaughter's fatal shooting
An 83-year-old Parowan man has been charged with allegedly murdering his step-daughter with a shotgun blast. Nathan C. Zimmerman was charged Friday in 5th District Court with first-degree felony murder in the Thursday death of 57-year-old Janet Coll...
25, Jul 2014 - Former Supreme Court Justice Conley Byrd dies
Ernie Dumas reports the death Saturday of Conley Byrd, a former Arkansas Supreme Court justice who lived in Redfield. He retired in 1980 after 14 years on the court, where he was known for his prolific dissents and for writing opinions while standing to manage back pain. He was about 89. Memorial Gardens Funeral Home in Sheridan is handling arrangements. [ Subscribe to the comments on this story ]
25, Jul 2014 - Man sentenced in Shreveport shooting that killed woman
The Bossier City man found guilty of killing a woman in Shreveport's Highland neighborhood two years ago has been sentenced to 25 years in prison. 
25, Jul 2014 - Carmel woman sentenced to six years for three burglaries committed on same day
Posted June 25, 2014, at 6:46 p.m. BANGOR, Maine — A Carmel woman who was convicted of breaking into three area homes all on the same day was sentenced Wednesday to six years in prison, according to Penobscot County Deputy District Attorney Michael Roberts.
25, Jul 2014 - Sheriff explains how murder suspect escaped jail
Sheriff Daniel Edwards held a news conference to discuss details surrounding the escape of a murder suspect Sunday night. He said the inmate broke out using a piece of metal from a bunk bed.
25, Jul 2014 - Circumcision turns to amputation
An Alabama man who went in to a hospital last month for a circumcision awoke after surgery to find his penis had been amputated, his lawyer says.
25, Jul 2014 - Hillsborough County court officer fired after arrest
David Morse allegedly sexually assaulted a female juvenile at least five times at his local residence.
25, Jul 2014 - Marijuana: Brooklyn DA and New York police at odds on minor crimes (+video)
Brooklyn's new DA says his office will dismiss low-level marijuana crimes, which 'weigh down the criminal justice system.' But NYPD Commissioner Bratton says policing procedures will not change.
25, Jul 2014 - 'COPSLIE' license plate may lead trend on New Hampshire roads
By Ted Siefer MANCHESTER N.H. (Reuters) - The New Hampshire driver who got the state's top court to approve his "COPSLIE" vanity plate could soon be joined on the highways by motorists declaring themselves "BIGTACO," "MAMS" or "KNUCKL." The state Department of Motor Vehicles resumed processing applications on Monday for customized license plates, following a state Supreme Court ruling in May ...
25, Jul 2014 - Coakley takes heat for health care deal from rivals
Attorney General Martha Coakley is coming under increasing fire from her Democratic and Republican rivals in the governor's race over an agreement her office hammered out with Partners HealthCare, Massachusetts' largest hospital and physicians' network.
25, Jul 2014 - Two former Utah attorneys general charged with corruption
By Jennifer Dobner SALT LAKE CITY (Reuters) - FBI agents arrested two former Utah attorneys general at their homes on Tuesday and charged them with felonies stemming from a two-year investigation into claims of bribery and corruption, prosecutors said. Republicans John Swallow and Mark Shurtleff are accused of establishing a pay-to-play culture in office, and of taking bribes to look the other ...
25, Jul 2014 - Georgia juvenile judge to become council president
CHICAGO | Georgia Juvenile Court Judge Peggy H. Walker is scheduled to today become president of the National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges at its 77th annual conference being held in Chicago.
25, Jul 2014 - Chiquita wins dismissal of lawsuit over alleged role in Colombian war
A federal appeals court in Florida has thrown out a lawsuit filed against produce giant Chiquita Brands International, ruling that U.S. courts have no jurisdiction over claims that the company allegedly financed a military group that engaged in torture and other acts during Colombia's civil...
25, Jul 2014 - Missouri judge rejects challenges to ballot items
A Missouri judge rejected legal challenges Tuesday to a pair of proposed constitutional amendments dealing with gun rights and transportation taxes that are to appear on the ballot next month.
25, Jul 2014 - Wausau business man will spend 11 years in prison for fraud in 5 counties
NORTHWOODS - A former Wausau business man will spend 11 years in prison for defrauding more than a million dollars from homeowners and investors.
25, Jul 2014 - Gay marriage legal challenges: Where things stand
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — State same-sex marriage bans have been falling around the country since June 2013, when the nation's highest court ordered the federal government to recognize state-sanctioned gay marriages. The remaining state bans all face legal challenges to overturn them. Gay and lesbian couples can now marry in 19 states and the District of Columbia, with Oregon and Pennsylvania being ...
25, Jul 2014 - NKY sports coach gets 35 years for child porn
A long-time Boone County youth sports coach, who admitted to creating multiple videos of minors engaged in sexually explicit conduct, was sentenced Tuesday to 35 years in prison.
25, Jul 2014 - Fight Breaks Out On Federal Prison Bus; 4 Inmates Injured
A bus transporting 40 federal inmates to the Federal Transfer Center in Oklahoma City stopped short of its destination Monday.
25, Jul 2014 - Denver clerk begins issuing same-sex marriage licenses
The Denver County clerk's office on Thursday began issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples, just hours after a Boulder judge rejected a bid by the state to block a similar move there.
25, Jul 2014 - John Wayne's family sues Duke University
John Wayne's family is fighting Duke University in federal court over the use of "Duke" to sell whiskey.
25, Jul 2014 - Jails in U.S. struggle with role as asylums
The Chicago jail and many of its 3,300 counterparts across the country have become treatment centers of last resort for people with serious mental illnesses, most arrested for nonviolent crimes. And like other jails, it is awash in a tide of booking and releases that make it particularly unsuited for the task.
25, Jul 2014 - D.A.'s team takes softball championship
Every year local attorneys compete in the Delaware County Lawyers Softball League. Playing an undefeated season, the Delaware County District Attorney's Office team recently won their second championship in three years. Michael Mattson, ADA and trial team leader, served as the general manager for the team, which was comprised of attorneys and detectives with the Delaware County Criminal ...
25, Jul 2014 - Sentencing due for man who tried to aid al-Qaida
LOS ANGELES (AP) — A California man who used Facebook to connect with al-Qaida and planned to train its fighters in Pakistan was scheduled to be sentenced Monday in federal court.
25, Jul 2014 - Osceola may hire private firm to handle inmate health care
Osceola County is working on a deal to hire a private health-care company for jail inmates that has been sued elsewhere over alleged poor care and, in one case, the death of a prisoner.
25, Jul 2014 - Federal judge grants stay in Missouri execution
ST. LOUIS (AP) — A federal judge on Tuesday granted a stay of execution for a Missouri man hours before he was scheduled to be put to death for killing three people in rural Missouri out of fear that they would tell police about his drug dealing.
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