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25, Jul 2014 - Three cofficers injured during disturbance at Lieber prison
Three corrections officers were assaulted during what state officials called a "disturbance" overnight Tuesay at a prison in Dorchester County housing some of South Carolina's most dangerous criminals where a riot erupted less than three years ago.
25, Jul 2014 - Ex-prison employee from Bell County, Ky pleads guilty to rape
A former Bell County Forestry Camp employee has pleaded guilty to charge of rape.
25, Jul 2014 - State court judges join legal fight over Georgia’s private probation
The Council for State Court Judges is sepping into the debate over private probation in Georgia, siding with a company the state Supreme Court has been asked to restrain from certain probation functions.
25, Jul 2014 - Son gets life for murders
 After pleading no contest in Tazewell County Circuit Court to charges of capitol murder-robbery, a Virginia man was sentenced to life in prison with no possibility of parole for the murder of his own parents.
25, Jul 2014 - Ex-girlfriend's testimony key to murder conviction
DOVER, N.H. (AP) — Defense lawyers and prosecutors stressed one thing throughout the trial of a 31-year-old man convicted of raping and killing a University of New Hampshire student: The key was the truthfulness of the defendant's ex-girlfriend.
25, Jul 2014 - Condemned man's US execution takes nearly two hours: official
A death row inmate being executed in Arizona took nearly two hours to die, prison officials said Wednesday (July 23), in the latest controversy to hit America's lethal injection regime.
25, Jul 2014 - Jim Dey: News cameras slowly appearing in Illinois courts
Years after news cameras made their ways into courtrooms across the country, they are slowly infiltrating the state courts in Illinois. The tense, but businesslike, calm of the courtroom was shattered the moment Associate Judge Richard Klaus ordered a 42-month prison sentence for a defendant convicted of reckless homicide. "Don't you know the man had an accident?" screamed the defendant's son ...
25, Jul 2014 - Lexicon And JDRF Collaborate For Phase 2 Clinical Trial Of LX4211 In Type 1 Diabetes
THE WOODLANDS, Texas, July 9, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Lexicon Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (LXRX) announced today that JDRF, the world's largest non-profit supporter of type 1 diabetes (T1D) research, will provide funding to support a Phase 2, randomized, double-masked, placebo-controlled clinical trial to evaluate the efficacy and safety of LX4211 in a younger population with T1D.  Up to 76 individuals ...
25, Jul 2014 - Southern California man gets 13 years for planning to help al Qaeda
(Reuters) - A Southern California man was sentenced to 13 years in federal prison on Monday after pleading guilty to terrorism charges, the U.S. Attorney's office in Los Angeles said. Sinh Vinh Ngo Nguyen, who told undercover FBI officers he wanted to go to Pakistan to train al Qaeda forces in preparation for an ambush of coalition soldiers, was arrested last fall at a bus station in Orange ...
25, Jul 2014 - CEO: If Sterling stays, Doc likely goes
LOS ANGELES -- The interim CEO of the Los Angeles Clippers testified in state court Tuesday afternoon that coach and team president Doc Rivers has told him on multiple occasions that he doesn't think he wants to continue as coach if Donald Sterling remains owner of the team. Dick Parsons said he has talked to Rivers, several players and key sponsors who are troubled by Sterling's continued ...
25, Jul 2014 - Convicted killer of Warren boy scout allowed to appeal death sentence
AKRON, Ohio - A federal judge has denied a bid from Danny Lee Hill to be immediately taken off death row in Ohio, but is allowing him to continue the appeals process.
25, Jul 2014 - Judge 'skeptical' he can delay election with unconstitutional map
TALLAHASSEE --Facing a looming electoral deadline, ajudge said Thursday he was "extremely skeptical" he could delay elections this fallusing Central Florida's illegally drawn congressional maps.
25, Jul 2014 - Court upholds Iowa water-quality regulations
DES MOINES (AP) — The Iowa Supreme Court recently upheld water-quality regulations business and farm groups say are costly and burdensome.
25, Jul 2014 - Man gets life in prison for Panorama City double murder
A 21-year-old man was sentenced to life in prison Tuesday for killing two men in their Panorama City apartment two years ago, authorities said.
25, Jul 2014 - Batavia man accused of plotting crime spree
A Batavia native is accused of trying to recruit people to blow up government buildings, rob banks and kill law enforcement officers. Robert James Talbot Jr. was living in Katy, Texas when he was arrested in March. The 38-year-old is charged with attempted interference with commerce by robbery, solicitation to commit a crime of violence and possession of an explosive material, specifically C4. ...
25, Jul 2014 - U.S. prosecutors, lawyers for plotter seek sentencing delay
By Zachary Fagenson MIAMI (Reuters) - Federal prosecutors and lawyers for Jose Padilla, who in 2007 was convicted of terrorism-related crimes, asked to delay sentencing for a fourth time after an appeals court in 2011 ruled his initial 17-year sentence too lenient. United States District Court Judge Marcia Cooke in Miami in 2008 rejected prosecutors' argument that Padilla, a former Chicago gang ...
25, Jul 2014 - Why Smith County won't be making rulings on immigration issue
We're learning more about what led Smith County commissioners to vote on some immigration resolutions and the reason for the outcomes. The commissioners court discussion Tuesday came down to what a county government's role is. 
25, Jul 2014 - Girl whose piano playing melted PoW hearts
A Japanese teenager's piano music so bewitched British prisoners of war that it left a lasting legacy
25, Jul 2014 - Seattle doctor ordered to pay back nearly $57,000
A federal judge in North Dakota has ordered a Seattle doctor accused of turning in phony Medicare claims to pay back nearly $57,000.
25, Jul 2014 - Despite problems elsewhere, Missouri says it will proceed with executions
Botched execution in Arizona renews national debate about whether lethal injection is unconstitutionally cruel and unusual punishment.
25, Jul 2014 - Appeals court orders man to pay full bill to Stormont-Vail for bar fight injuries
The Kansas Court of Appeals on Friday ordered a Topeka man to pay a full hospital bill he incurred when a possibly spiked drink led to a bar fight and arrest. Samuel S.
25, Jul 2014 - Missouri man gets 14 years in prison in sex trafficking of developmentally delayed girl
A Missouri man has been sentenced to 14 years in prison for taking a developmentally delayed girl from Massachusetts to a motel in Rhode Island, where he sold her for sex.
25, Jul 2014 - State high court upholds death penalty for Samantha Runnion's killer
The California Supreme Court has upheld the death sentence of a man convicted of abducting 5-year-old Samantha Runnion from a Stanton condominium in 2002 and killing her.
25, Jul 2014 - Trial begins for Decatur man accused of wounding police detective
DECATUR - The trial for a central Illinois man accused of wounding a Decatur police detective during a raid on his home has begun.
25, Jul 2014 - Indicted Alabama legislator seeks to bar call
OPELIKA, Ala. (AP) - An indicted Alabama legislator is asking a judge to keep prosecutors from using a recording of a phone call he had with his primary election opponent. Attorneys for Republican Rep. Barry Moore of Enterprise say the recorded call can't be used because Moore was ...
25, Jul 2014 - Why Don't You Ever See TV Interviews With Inmates?
A Supreme Court decision 40 years ago this summer allowed states to block access to specific prisoners. What does that mean for freedom of the press and our justice system?
25, Jul 2014 - NBU court win over LCRA could bode well for Seguin
NEW BRAUNFELS — A $27.9 million jury award to New Braunfels Utilities Tuesday in its lawsuit against that city's former power supplier could portend well for similar cases in Seguin and elsewhere, off
25, Jul 2014 - Times change: Gays on the bench, women in the legislature
News and tweets converged for me this morning. * SEXUAL ORIENTATION : The two Texas Republican senators , John Cornyn and Ted Cruz, have endorsed a gay U.S. attorney to become a federal judge in Texas . I read of this minutes after one of Sen. Jason Rapert's overheated tweets. He wrote: Obama's administration takes U.S. gay rights revolution global, despite unsure welcome. ” Hoisting Rainbow ...
25, Jul 2014 - Human rights groups seek inquiry into Florida prison shower death
The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) on Wednesday called for a federal investigation into the 2012 scalding death of a mentally ill prisoner in Florida for which no one has been held accountable. They're about guards killing people and public officials working feverishly to cover it up," Howard Simon, executive director of the ACLU of Florida said. Darren Rainey died June 23, 2012 in a ...
25, Jul 2014 - Hubert Michael Jr: Appeal court vacates stay of execution
Hubert Michael Jr. will be scheduled for a fourth execution attempt for the 1993 murder of a Franklin Township teen.
25, Jul 2014 - Hail to the winner of three medals at Transplant Games
  His nickname in Greenville is “Pee Wee,” but Oliver Hale is a big man on the tennis court and in the kitchen.   Hale, who is a 1971 graduate of Greenville High School, won three medals at the 2014 Transplant Games of America recently in Houston while competing in the 60-and-over age category. He won a gold medal in men’s doubles, a silver in men’s singles and a bronze in mixed doubles along ...
25, Jul 2014 - Gersowitz, Libo & Korek, P.C. Comments on The Supreme Court’s Decision Making It Harder to Obtain
Personal Injury Attorney Jeff S. Korek, with the help of Legal Intern Abraham Z. Melamed, recently published an article in the New York Law Journal on the recent Supreme Court decision in Riley v. California that makes it even more difficult to obtain cell phone records of an opposing driver in order to prove fault in an injury tort. (PRWeb July 22, 2014) Read the full story at http://www.prweb ...
25, Jul 2014 - Investigators continue to build case against ex-A.G.s Shurtleff, Swallow
Investigators continue to build a case for possible criminal charges against 2 former attorneys general
25, Jul 2014 - Escaped Oklahoma inmate captured in north Texas
Oklahoma prison officials say an inmate who walked away from a minimum security facility in Granite has been captured in Texas.
25, Jul 2014 - Temptation may have landed a Grady County woman in prison
CHICKASHA, Okla. – A Grady County woman is facing three years in prison for embezzling along with failing to file taxes. Kimberly Dawn Logsdon of Chickasha, Oklahoma, was sentenced today to 37 months in prison for embezzling from an Indian casino and failing to file a tax return, according to United States Attorney for the […]
25, Jul 2014 - Apopka will use committee to screen next city attorney
Apopka will use a committee to screen its next city attorney after Thomas Cloud, on the job less than two weeks, was asked to resign because his mobile-phone number appeared on a brothel's client list.
25, Jul 2014 - Convicted molester in California gets 194 years - Quincy Herald-Whig | Illinois & Missouri News, Sp
MARTINEZ, Calif. (AP) - A Northern California man has been sentenced to 194 years to life in prison for molesting boys in the 1990s.
25, Jul 2014 - How did the Arizona execution go wrong?
Here is a primer to help understand the controversial execution in Arizona on Wednesday and how it has again put the question of capital punishment in the United States under a spotlight.
25, Jul 2014 - Court: Prison for repeat drunken drivers
The Wisconsin Supreme Court says state law requires repeat drunken drivers to spend at least three years behind bars. Monroe County Circuit Judge J. David Rice sentenced Clayton Williams of Warrens to three years in prison and three years of extended supervision in 2011 for seventh-offense drunken driving. Rice said the sentencing statutes for seventh, eighth and ninth offenses are murky but he ...
25, Jul 2014 - Aerial advertisement company keeps flying, despite protests
Despite being issued a cease-and-desist letter, along with involvement from the mayor, the company Aerial Banners North (ABN) took to the sk…
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.
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