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29, Aug 2014 - Gaza’s Desperate ‘Prison Riot’
The noble traditions of Judaism – stressing justice for the downtrodden – are being soiled by the endless cruelties that Israel and its current leaders heap on the Palestinians, including the latest slaughter of more than 1,700 Gazans, many of them children, a moral catastrophe addressed by theologian Daniel C. Maguire.
29, Aug 2014 - Bounced checks land local man in jail
MUSCATINE, Iowa — A Muscatine man has been arrested and charged with one count of second-degree theft, a class D felony, and one count of third-degree theft, an aggravated misdemeanor. 
29, Aug 2014 - Area sentencings
Tabitha L. Henry, 34, convicted in Howard Superior Court 1 of Class D felony possession of cocaine, was sentenced to three years with 730 days in-home detention and the balance on probation with the conditions she complete and pay for drug and alcoho
29, Aug 2014 - Vermont village boundary dispute headed for trial
A 3-year-old dispute over the location of a Vermont village's southern boundary is headed to trial.
29, Aug 2014 - Criminal Defense Attorney Hope Lefeber to Discuss Forfeiture at Federal Defender's Office CLE
Philadelphia defense attorney Hope Lefeber to present issues surrounding restitution and forfeiture. (PRWeb July 31, 2014) Read the full story at
29, Aug 2014 - Is paying pot tax self-incriminating? Activists raise issue in Denver court
Marijuana activists argued in a Denver courtroom Friday that special taxes on recreational pot should be struck down because they require businesses and consumers to implicate themselves in
29, Aug 2014 - Justice delayed is Dustin McDaniel's idea of justice
Attorney General Dustin McDaniel continues his play to string out the challenge of Arkansas's same-sex marriage ban as long as possible. He's asked both the Arkansas Supreme Court and a federal district judge to delay hearing challenges. The U.S. Supreme Court might take up a Utah case. It might rule contrary to the 20 or so rulings in favor of equality so far. Why waste time and trouble ...
29, Aug 2014 - ACLU: Vt. needs to use more discretion when using deadly force
There has been another officer-involved shooting, and once again the attorney general says the use of deadly force was justified. The chase through the Northeast Kingdom in May that ended with police gun fire and a man down. Now advocates are pushing for change and more discretion when it comes to the use of deadly force by police in Vermont. Allen Gilbert, the executive director of the American ...
29, Aug 2014 - ACLU Asks Court to Uphold Arkansas Voter ID Ruling
The American Civil Liberties Union of Arkansas asked the state's highest court on Monday to uphold a judge's ruling that found Arkansas' new voter identification law unconstitutional.
29, Aug 2014 - Woman gets prison term for defrauding ex-employer
A southwestern Illinois woman who admitted defrauding more than $440,000 from her former employer has been ordered to spend two years and nine months in federal prison.
29, Aug 2014 - Lawyers: FBI Removed Lead Agent in Corruption Case
Lawyers: Internal FBI financial probe triggered removal of agent in California corruption case
29, Aug 2014 - Concordia Healthcare Corp. initiates Phase 3 bile duct cancer trial using photodynamic therapy with
Concordia Healthcare Corp. initiates Phase 3 bile duct cancer trial using photodynamic therapy with PHOTOFRIN®
29, Aug 2014 - No jury duty for Mr T
ROLLING MEADOWS, Illinois (AP) – Lawrence Tureaud, better known as Mr T , was in true form as he waited outside a suburban Chicago courthouse to be called for jury duty. Sporting his usual Mohawk and wearing an FBI sweatshirt and hat, but not a gold chain, the star of Rocky III and TV’s The A-Team signed autographs and made his feelings known. He said, “I pity the criminals today,” as he ...
29, Aug 2014 - Former prison guard sentenced for touching inmate's breasts
BECKLEY, W. VA. (WVVA) –A former prison guard is sentenced to ten months in prison for abusive sexual contact with a female inmate. Jeffrey Walton, 48, of Ronceverte has admitted to touching the breasts...
29, Aug 2014 - Change of venue denied in Mallo trial
REED CITY — The trial of a former Evart man accused of committing multiple sex crimes, some dating back decades, will remain in Osceola County.
29, Aug 2014 - Woman accused of throwing boy out window unable to stand trial
EVERETT — A state doctor has concluded that a Lynnwood woman accused of throwing a 1-year-old boy out a window isn't able to assist with her own defense.
29, Aug 2014 - Victim of Anti-Gay Hate Crime Luke O'Donovan of Atlanta Sentenced to 10 Years for Self-Defense
Victim of Anti-Gay Hate Crime Luke O'Donovan of Atlanta Sentenced to 10 Years for Self-Defense Family and Friends Rally in Support while Attackers Remain Free ATLANTA, Aug. 14, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The following is being released by The Luke O'Donovan Support Committee:...
29, Aug 2014 - Cambridge, Guernsey County well represented at anti-opiate symposium
These Guernsey County and Cambridge representatives of the legal system and recovery services entities were among those representing this area who, led by Judge David A. Ellwood, attended the Ohio Judicial Symposium on Opiate Addiction presented by the Supreme Court of Ohio and the Governor's Cabinet Opiate Action Team in Columbus recently.
29, Aug 2014 - Last witness testifies at Va. Gov. McDonnell's trial
Frances Burns RICHMOND, Va., Aug. 28 (UPI) -- The final witness testified Thursday in the corruption trial of former Virginia Gov. Robert McDonnell and his wife, Maureen.
29, Aug 2014 - State Bar may investigate 2 assistant attorney generals
Two newly hired assistant attorney generals who work on capital cases violated court orders forbidding them from reading sealed documents when they were with the Pinal County Attorney’s Office.
29, Aug 2014 - Matthew Tornquist Sentenced to Life in Prison for Murdering his Mother
28-year-old Matthew Tornquist of Hot Springs was sentenced to life with no opportunity of parole for first degree murder and 10 years for grand theft Tuesday.
29, Aug 2014 - District Attorney General says police were justified in shooting Harriman woman
District Attorney General Russell Johnson said in a news release Wednesday that after reviewing the events leading up to the incident, officers in Harriman were justified in shooting and killing a woman Tuesday. Johnson's news release also reveals more details about what happened.
29, Aug 2014 - Appeals Judges Get Tough on Defenders of Ind., Wis. Marriage Bans
In today's hearing before the Seventh Circuit, judges challenged the arguments that procreation and tradition justify limiting marriage to heterosexual couples. read more
29, Aug 2014 - Former Employee Suing Little Caesars for Failing to Provide Health Benefits to His Husband
A former Little Caesars pizza employee on Wednesday sued his former employer for refusing to extend health insurance benefits to his husband. Frank Bernard, 47, filed his lawsuit in state Superior Court in Orange County, California, according to Reuters.
29, Aug 2014 - Hearing set for 3 women in prison phone case involving Ammar Harris
A preliminary hearing is set Aug. 20 for three women accused of smuggling cellphones to Ammar Harris, who is awaiting a death penalty trial in a Las Vegas Strip shooting and fiery crash that ...
29, Aug 2014 - Gazette files lawsuit against Morrisey over Cardinal Health documents
By Eric Eyre The Charleston Gazette filed a lawsuit against West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey today, seeking documents about Morrisey's role in his office's ongoing case against a drug company that his wife lobbies for in Washington, D.C. The drug distributor, Cardinal Health, also contributed to Morrisey's inauguration party last year, and the company's executives wrote checks to ...
29, Aug 2014 - In Texas, big school finance questions remain
AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — Pumping an extra $3.4 billion into Texas public schools didn't convince a judge that the state is adequately funding classrooms. But how much more money it will take — and how those funds should be divvied up — isn't likely to get sorted anytime soon.
29, Aug 2014 - Man fined $500 for sharing city water with neighbor loses court appeal - Wed, 13 Aug 2014 PST
A Spirit Lake man lost a court appeal challenging a fine he received for connecting his neighbor to his city water service via a hose, after the neighbor had been cut off for nonpayment. Michael Freitas claimed that the city couldn’t constitutionally bar him from making a charitable gift of the water to his neighbor by running a hose across the alley. But the Idaho Court of Appeals, in a ...
29, Aug 2014 - Attorneys: Judge in Perry Case is Thoughtful, Fair
If Bert Richardson remains on the bench for the criminal case against Gov. Rick Perry , those who know the former prosecutor say trial watchers will be treated to an engaged judge.
29, Aug 2014 - Court Date Set for Man Accused of Shooting, Killing Father
Dustin burrow will face an Arkansas judge Sept.19 on capitol murder and aggravated robbery charges.
29, Aug 2014 - Florida legislature to redraw district lines in special session
Frances Burns TALLAHASSEE, Fla., Aug. 4 (UPI) -- The Florida legislature begins a special session this week to redraw two congressional districts to comply with a judge's ruling.
29, Aug 2014 - Oregon gay marriage appeal dismissed
PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) -- A federal appeals court has dismissed the National Organization for Marriage's effort to appeal an Oregon court ruling that allows same sex marriage. The Ninth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals issued its decision on Wednesday. ...
29, Aug 2014 - Haverford wins appeal of sign zoning decision at 931 Haverford Road
y Lois PuglionesiCORRESPONDENT HAVERFORD TWP. ---Delaware County Court of Common Pleas recently sustained the township’s appeal and reversed a prior Zoning Hearing Board decision granting variances to Premier Orthopaedic and Sports Medicine Associates, for signage exceeding maximum allowable dimensions.
29, Aug 2014 - Crime Time Elkhart County For 8-28
ELKHART COUNTY CRIME Crime of the Week It has been two years since the senseless death of 7-year old Kristyana Jackson. On he night of Aug. 17, 2012, Jackson was returning home with her mother to 720 Kilbourn Street in Elkhart after attending a high school football game.
29, Aug 2014 - Part-time magistrate judge applies for state court
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — A part-time federal magistrate judge is the only applicant for a vacant district court judgeship in... more »
29, Aug 2014 - Judge: Mamtek CEO committed $1.3M bond fraud
COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) — The former CEO of Mamtek committed fraud to secure almost $1.3 million from bond funds that were supposed to be used to build an artificial sweetener plant in a central Missouri town, a federal judge ruled in a bankruptcy case.
29, Aug 2014 - Manhattan district attorney launches investigation into Port Authority spending
The Manhattan district attorney has launched a wide-ranging investigation into the Port Authority, issuing a subpoena for communications between Governor Christie’s office and agency officials, a source familiar with the matter said Saturday.
29, Aug 2014 - Judge Finalizes ‘Sister Wives’ Polygamy Ruling, Both Sides Prepare For Appeals
A federal judge who issued a final ruling that struck down parts of the state’s anti-polygamy law has also offered the family that appears on the television reality show Sister Wives another victory, collection of attorney fees. The Salt Lake Tribune reports, U.S. District Judge Clark Waddoups, ruled in favor of the stars of the
29, Aug 2014 - Missing child alert issued for Hillsborough Co. teen
A Florida Missing Child Alert has been issued for 16-year-old Elijah Aleem Hosein of Lutz in Hillsborough County.
29, Aug 2014 - Lawmakers direct who will judge their laws
RALEIGH — North Carolina lawmakers are making it harder to contest their decisions in court by establishing an unprecedented system to hear cases challenging whether laws are constitutional.
29, Aug 2014 - Union wants charges dropped against railway employees in Lac-Megantic disaster
The union and lawyers representing two railway employees accused in the Lac-Megantic disaster are urging the Crown to drop the charges in light of recent findings by the Transportation Safety Board.
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