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30, Aug 2014 - White supremacist David Pedersen gets 2 additional life sentences
White supremacist David "Joey" Pedersen has been sentenced to life in prison for the carjacking murders of an Oregon teenager he mistakenly thought was Jewish and of a black man in Northern California.
30, Aug 2014 - String of same-sex marriage rulings broken
For the first time in nearly fourteen months, a state’s ban on same-sex marriage has withstood a constitutional challenge in court. A state judge in Tennessee ruled last week that “neither the Federal Government nor another state should be allowed to dictate to Tennessee what has traditionally been a state’s responsibility.” The decision, issued last Tuesday, has just become […]
30, Aug 2014 - Denver federal appeals court considers Kansas, Arizona proof-of-citizenship rules for voters
DENVER — A federal appeals court in Denver is considering whether Kansas and Arizona can force federal elections officials to help them impose their proof-of-citizenship requirements on voter registration forms.
30, Aug 2014 - Top 5: Hospital data breach, UA sorority investigation and Joyce Garrard trial top your Tuesday mor
Students at Moody High School are remembering 10th grader Jonathan Harris who died last night from injuries from a weekend car accident. Meanwhile, the University of Alabama and Chi Omega are investigating a racial picture that was posted on social media following Bid Day.  Also, a data breach has affected 11 Alabama hospitals. Check out theses stories and others in your Tuesday morning headlines.
30, Aug 2014 - Leaders in Brush block proposal to turn former prison into pot shop
A former prison in Brush, Colorado will not become a marijuana grow operation, after city leaders voted in favor of pot ban.
30, Aug 2014 - Texas man gets 38 years in prison for bank robbery
Texas man gets 38 years in prison for bank robbery BRYAN, Texas (AP) — A 25-year-old Houston man has been sentenced to 38 years in prison for stealing more than $300,000 from a Texas bank.
30, Aug 2014 - Lawsuit filed for greater access to executions in Oklahoma
The Guardian and the ACLU are among those suing to allow reporters to witness more of what happens during executions.
30, Aug 2014 - Did an Artwork Solve a Decades-Old NYC Crime?
Murderous deeds have inspired artists like Caravaggio, Jacques-Louis David and Paul Cezanne to produce some of their best-known works. But has there ever been a case of an artwork helping solve a real life murder mystery?
30, Aug 2014 - The Skanner Newspaper - Bank Of America Agrees To Almost $17 Billion Settlement With Homeowners
PHOTO: Attorney General Eric Holder, center, joined by Associate Attorney General Tony West, right, Kentucky Attorney General Jack Conway, second from right.
30, Aug 2014 - Young man sentenced to prison for beating man beyond recognition
Cody Angel, from Durand, was sentenced this week to three years behind bars.
30, Aug 2014 - Kin of slain teacher wants husband to repay $66K
GREENSBURG, Pa. (AP) - The family of a western Pennsylvania teacher strangled by her husband wants him to pay more than $66,000 to compensate for their trouble and time spent at his murder trial, and legal bills for the woman's estate.
30, Aug 2014 - Top 5: Michael Brown moment of silence, Christopher Patton guilty and Northern Beltline update top
Birmingham was one of 100 cities across the nation to gather for a moment of silence in remembrance of Michael Brown. Christopher Patton has been found guilty in the Tuscaloosa murder trial on the death of a 79 year-old man. The Alabama Department of Transportation has offered an update on the progress of the Northern Beltline in Tuscaloosa. See these stories and more in your Friday morning ...
30, Aug 2014 - Handyman Sentenced For Murder Of Arlington Woman
A convicted felon with a history of assault has been sentenced to 30 years in prison for killing a North Texas woman who hired him as a handyman.
30, Aug 2014 - Teen admits to manslaughter in death of half brother
A Menifee teenager pleaded guilty to killing his 11-year-old half-brother Terry Dewayne Smith Jr. during a juvenile court hearing Friday at the Southwest Justice Center in Murrieta.
30, Aug 2014 - O’Malley & Langan PC Law Clerk Sara Wolff Testifies on Behalf of People With Long-Term Disabiliti
Scranton, PA attorney Todd J. O’Malley of O’Malley & Langan PC praised the firm’s law clerk, Sara Wolff, for her efforts to help disabled citizens across the country. (PRWeb August 15, 2014) Read the full story at
30, Aug 2014 - California to appeal teacher tenure ruling
California Gov. Jerry Brown late Friday appealed a court ruling that struck down tenure and other job protections for the state's teachers.
30, Aug 2014 - Moss Point gun burglary suspect makes initial court appearance
Damian O'Neil Towne, 24, was in court Wednesday morning. He is one of eight suspects charged in the Moss Point burglary that netted 48 weapons from a home. Of the 48 guns stolen, 11 were machine guns.
30, Aug 2014 - Six Godwin Lewis Attorneys Earn Spots Among 2015 Best Lawyers in America
DALLAS, Aug. 27, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Six attorneys from the Texas trial and appellate law firm Godwin Lewis PC are being recognized in the 2015 edition of The Best Lawyers in America, one of the leading guides to the nation's top legal counsel. Firm Chairman and CEO, Donald E. Godwin, is named in the publication for a fourth consecutive year in recognition of his commercial litigation practice ...
30, Aug 2014 - Nebraska Corrections workers suspended over early prisoner release
Independent investigation results in sanctions for state employees over prisoners released before their sentences were completed
30, Aug 2014 - Iowa man gets life in prison for killing daughter
An Iowa Falls man has been sentenced to life in prison for killing his 7-week-old baby girl.
30, Aug 2014 - BP & The Real State of the Gulf – Pollution Report for Friday, August 22, 2014
The following is a summary of the 8/22/14 daily beach oiling report issued by the Florida Department of Environmental Protection (FDEP). I will endeavour to publish this summary each day the FDEP issues such a report. While the media and public believe that the effects of BP’s Deepwater Horizon Blowout and Oil Spill have been largely eradicated, this […]
30, Aug 2014 - Ex-Guatemalan drug kingpin pleads guilty to U.S. charges
(Reuters) - The patriarch of a Guatemalan family linked by authorities to Mexico's Sinaloa drug cartel pleaded guilty on Monday to conspiring to import more than 450 kilograms (992 pounds) of Colombian cocaine into the United States. Waldemar Lorenzana Lima, 75, had his plea entered by U.S. District Judge Colleen Kollar-Kotelly in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia, the U.S ...
30, Aug 2014 - Trial gets juicier with ex-VA governor's testimony
RICHMOND, Va. (AP) - After former Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell took the stand in his corruption trial, a narrative worthy of a nighttime soap opera got even juicier. Jurors had already heard how his wife...
30, Aug 2014 - Delaware Court of Chancery Orders SIGA To Pay PharmAthene Lump Sum Expectation Damages
ANNAPOLIS, Md., Aug. 10, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- PharmAthene, Inc. (NYSE MKT: PIP) announced today that on August 8, 2014, the Delaware Court of Chancery issued a Memorandum Opinion and awarded to PharmAthene lump sum expectation damages for the value of PharmAthene's lost profits for SIGA Technologies, Inc.'s smallpox antiviral, Tecovirimat (formerly known as ST-246 and Arestvyr™).  In addition ...
30, Aug 2014 - Few clues to Tennessee attorney general applicants
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — The deadline to apply to become Tennessee's next attorney general is Friday, but anyone still on the fence about whether to join the fray won't have the benefit of sizing up the competition first. Under a policy set by the state Supreme Court, the names of applicants won't be released until after the noon application deadline has passed. Incumbent Attorney General Bob ...
30, Aug 2014 - Sentencing panel to weigh economic crime penalties - Quincy Herald-Whig | Illinois & Missouri News,
WASHINGTON (AP) - The federal panel that sets sentencing policy announced Thursday that it plans in the coming year to consider changes to sentencing guidelines for some white-collar crimes.
30, Aug 2014 - Boy accused in fatal stabbing to have mental exam - Quincy Herald-Whig | Illinois & Missouri News,
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (AP) - A judge on Monday ordered a mental competency exam for a 12-year-old boy charged with murder in the stabbing of a 9-year-old boy at a western Michigan playground.
30, Aug 2014 - Winn-Dixie robbers sentenced for armed break-ins
Two South Florida men who used a sledgehammer to break holes in the walls of two Winn-Dixie stores so they could rob cash have been sentenced to lengthy prison terms.
30, Aug 2014 - Paddlefish Caviar Trafficker Pleads Guilty
A Colorado man has pleaded guilty in federal court to illegally trafficking in paddlefish caviar after being caught in an undercover operation in the Warsaw, MO, area.
30, Aug 2014 - US Seeks Life in Prison For Bin Laden's Son-in-Law
The United States on Monday said Suleiman Abu Ghaith, a son-in-law of Osama bin Laden, should spend the rest of his life in prison following his conviction on terrorism-related charges.
30, Aug 2014 - Former prison proposed for pot growing business
A Colorado businessman wants to use a former prison in the small town of Brush to grow and sell marijuana.
30, Aug 2014 - Voters Decide if Defendants Can Choose Between a Judge or Jury
This November voters will get the chance to make a significant change to the state's constitution. The ballot will ask voters to decide whether a person charged with a criminal offense should be able to wave their right to a jury trial and have the judge determine his or her guilt or innocence.
30, Aug 2014 - Federal judge dismisses Auburn officer's lawsuit against police dept.
A Federal judge struck down a lawsuit against the Auburn Police Department on Monday. In the lawsuit, an officer alleged he was fired because he opposed a quota system for writing tickets.  He said his
30, Aug 2014 - State high court to rule on suit by asbestos-worker's family
A state appeals court had ruled in May that Johnny Kesner, diagnosed in 2011 with a terminal form of mesothelioma commonly caused by asbestos, could sue his uncle's former employer, Abex, which made brake linings filled with asbestos. While an employer isn't responsible for harm suffered by everyone who comes in contact with its employees, the First District Court of Appeal said, a company that ...
30, Aug 2014 - Suspect in death of a Cascade Co. Deputy is charged
FORT BENTON -- Adam Sanchez, Jr., has been formally charged with deliberate homicide for the death of Cascade County Sheriff's Deputy Joseph Dunn. The charges were read to Sanchez in Fort Benton, where he is being held in the Chouteau County jail.
30, Aug 2014 - Gov. Jerry Brown Appeals California Teacher Tenure Ruling
Gov. Jerry Brown appealed a court ruling that struck down tenure and other job protections for California's teachers, setting himself apart from leaders in some other states who have fought to end such protections or at least raise the standards for obtaining them.
30, Aug 2014 - Pittsfield murderer beat to death in prison
A convicted killer from Pittsfield, Massachusetts has been murdered in a Massachusetts state prison. The district attorney in Worcester says 72-year-old William Sires has been found beaten to death in a cell at the Souza- Baranowski Correctional Center in Shirley.
30, Aug 2014 - Prison phone call may aid prosecution in Lower 9 mass shooting case
In the call on the day he was arrested, suspected gunman Blair Taylor and girlfriend Ashley Shorts discuss what happened to the "hammer," a term police believe is street slang for a gun.
30, Aug 2014 - 3 OK Death Row Inmates Awaiting Execution In 2014
Three Oklahoma death row inmates whose execution dates have already been set are among 21 plaintiffs in a lawsuit challenging the state's lethal injection procedures.
30, Aug 2014 - UCF football death case going to Florida Supreme Court
ORLANDO — The legal fight between the University of Central Florida and the family of a football player who collapsed and died following conditioning drills is headed for Florida’s highest court.
30, Aug 2014 - Burlington man convicted of raping child
WOBURN, Mass. (AP) -- A Massachusetts man who authorities say sexually abused a girl over a span of seven years beginning when she was 5 has been convicted of aggravated child rape and faces up to life in prison.
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