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when they go to the dictionary there was one copy only for the pronouncer who already mentioned that the words are small and she can't see very well. I wan(...)
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Lawsuit Filed Against Jody Kriss, Former Bayrock Executive & Founder of East River Partners
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Man Charged With Murder In Filer Pleads Not Guilty
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Second Oregon sex offender at Umatilla prison dies unexpectedly in just nine days
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01, Oct 2014 - Man gets 15 to 30 years in park shooting death
WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. (AP) — A man has been sentenced to 15 to 30 years in a shooting death in a central Pennsylvania park following a fight at a basketball court two years ago.
01, Oct 2014 - Michael Elliot sentenced for charges related to February prison escape
IONIA COUNTY, Mich. — (FOX17) Michael Elliot was sentenced Tuesday for charges related to his Feb. 2 escape from the Ionia Correctional Facility.Elliot, 41, was sentenced to between 30 and 50 years in prison, according to officials at Ionia County Circuit Court.
01, Oct 2014 - Mayo Clinic Turns to IBM's Watson to Fill Clinical Trials
IBM's Watson cognitive computer will soon be helping Mayo Clinic enroll patients in clinical trials in an effort to increase the speed of new discoveries while offering patients more and better treatment possibilities. The collaboration will begin with research studies in cancer.
01, Oct 2014 - Pennsylvania woman blamed for her own rape
(CNN) — The Pennsylvania attorney general’s office is blaming a former state prison clerk for her own rape, in response to a federal lawsuit the woman filed. The 24-year-old typist was working at the state prison at Rockview in Bellefonte, Pennsylvania, when she was attacked in 2013. She was choked unconscious and raped for 27 […]
01, Oct 2014 - Utah doctor gets 17 years to life for drowning wife
Frances Burns PROVO, Utah, Sept. 19 (UPI) -- A Utah doctor killed his wife out of unmitigated selfishness," a judge said Friday as he sentenced Martin MacNeill to 17 years to life.
01, Oct 2014 - Man Mistakenly Freed 90 Years Early Returns to Jail After Six Years
When Rene Lima-Marin was 20 years old, he committed two gunpoint robberies that got him sentenced to 98 years in prison. In 2008, he was released on parole because of a clerical mistake, and for the next six years, he lived as a free man with his wife and children. Now, he's being sent back to jail. Read more...
01, Oct 2014 - Colorado Supreme Court considers marijuana drug-test firing case
FILE - In this April 25, 2013, file photo, attorney Michael Evans, left, listens in his office in Denver, as his client Brandon Coats talks about the Colorado Court of Appeals ruling that upheld Coats being fired from his job after testing positive for the use of medical marijuana.
01, Oct 2014 - The Skanner Newspaper - Black Lawyers to Challenge Police Brutality in 25 Cities
Policemen in Ferguson, Mo., using tear gas against protesters on Aug. 14, 2014.
01, Oct 2014 - Man With History Of Stabbing Women Sentenced
The 61-year-old Crawford has spent about 30 years in prison for non-fatal stabbings of women in New York and South Carolina.
01, Oct 2014 - Men might get out of prison early in Bibb County church arsons
Two men who set a string of church fires in rural west Alabama more than eight years ago will serve the remainder of their prison terms, despite one judge's order of early release.
01, Oct 2014 - Indian Legal Program welcomes back former director Kate Rosier
TEMPE, Ariz., Sept. 26, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Kathlene "Kate" Rosier is returning as the executive director of the Indian Legal Program at the Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law at Arizona State University. Rosier, who left the College of Law in 2011 to become the assistant general counsel for the Fort McDowell Yavapai Nation, served as the Indian Legal Program's director for 11 years. Rosier ...
01, Oct 2014 - Second Fed Med Officer Admits To Covering Up Inmate Assault
Federal prosecutors say a second supervisor at the U.S. Medical Center for Federal Prisoners in Springfield has admitted to covering up an inmate assault.Justin Flowers, from Ozark, pleaded guilty to encouraging the inmate not to tell anyone he was struck by an officer.In exchange for his silence, the inmate was moved to a cell with access to a television. James Myrick, from Nixa, admitted to ...
01, Oct 2014 - Court reviews contractor political donations
WASHINGTON (AP) — A panel of 11 appeals court judges on Tuesday seemed reluctant to overturn a ban on contractors donating money to federal elections, a prohibition that has been on the books for 70 years.
01, Oct 2014 - Floyd Mayweather held ex-lover at gunpoint, choked her, threatened to expose naked photos of her an
Floyd Mayweather is alleged to have subjected his ex-fiancee to years of torment through physical and emotional abuse, court papers have revealed.
01, Oct 2014 - Opinion: Justice Department jeopardizes Ferguson case
By launching a probe of local police, the Attorney General complicated the investigation of Michael Brown's shooting, says Paul Callan
01, Oct 2014 - Nashua driver in MassPike fatal gets 9 months in jail
WORCESTER (AP) -- A New Hampshire woman who was behind the wheel when her car crashed, killing her boyfriend, on the Massachusetts Turnpike in Westborough has been sentenced to nine months in jail.
01, Oct 2014 - $3M in drugs seized in traffic stop; man jailed
A man was arrested Thursday after troopers seized 651 pounds of marijuana – worth nearly $3 million – during a traffic stop in Clermont County.
01, Oct 2014 - Crime Time Oct. 2
Bremen Police For the third week of September *The Bremen Police Department issued three traffic citations, four warnings; had five ordinance violations, six Theft reports, two Operating While Intoxicated, and arrests for Battery, Disorderly Conduct, Identity Theft, Operating a Vehicle While Never Licensed, Possession of Marijuana, Illegal Possession of Alcohol by a Minor, Criminal Mischief ...
01, Oct 2014 - Police: Texas 7-Eleven clerk helped plan robbery
Police have charged four people with a first-degree felony count of engaging in organized criminal activity. An off-duty Travis County jail deputy called police Saturday night to report an armed robbery.
01, Oct 2014 - Things To Do 9/4-9/10
THURSDAY DANCE Big Band Dance Club: 8 to 10 p.m. Thursday at the Court Youth Center, 402 W. Court Ave.
01, Oct 2014 - Turpentine magnate used jail inmates to get rich
MACCLENNY, Fla. (AP) - The historic Baker County jail certainly was not seen as a refuge by most prisoners who spent time there. The simple brick structure - with its trap door in the kitchen ceiling meant for hangings - offered little relief from scalding Florida summers. For ...
01, Oct 2014 - Texas abortion provider to reopen after court lifts restrictions
By Jon Herskovitz AUSTIN Texas (Reuters) - An abortion provider in the south Texas border city of McAllen will reopen in the next few days after a federal judge last week ruled as unconstitutional state restrictions that led to its closure. The clinic had been closed under abortion restrictions in Texas that went into effect at the end of last year. "We are here to say clearly and proudly that ...
01, Oct 2014 - Supreme Court grants Ohio’s request to shorten early-voting period
WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court ordered a halt Monday to early voting in Ohio that was scheduled to begin this week, clearing the way for the state to close polls on the Sunday before Election Day, when African American turnout has been heaviest.
01, Oct 2014 - Man gets prison for local cocaine delivery
TOLEDO (JG-TC) -- Perhaps no one knows which are which, but this small community claims to be home to 1,187 "happy souls" and 13 "sore heads."
01, Oct 2014 - Abuse charges spark questions
As three former employees of a Brownsville nursing home prepare for their first court date on allegations they abused residents, family members of the seniors are left seeking answers.
01, Oct 2014 - Inmate sentenced for plotting to kill prosecutor
A New Jersey inmate who is serving time for killing his neighbor has now received another lengthy sentence for plotting to kill the prosecutor who put him in prison.
01, Oct 2014 - Man Sentenced in Neighbor Killing Case
GRANTS PASS, Ore. — A Southern Oregon man accused of killing his neighbor was sentenced to life in prison Thursday in Josephine County Court. Donald Easley was found guilty of Murder and Unlawful Use of a Weapon. The court records show he is eligible for parole. Last year, Easley killed his neighbor – Leron Estes. … Continue reading »
01, Oct 2014 - Former teacher's aide faces up to life in prison
A former teacher's aide convicted of sodomy is expected to find out how long he'll spend in prison .Michael Horton faces up to life in prison.
01, Oct 2014 - Appeals Court Overturns Nebraska Man's Sentence
A federal appeals court has overturned the bribery conviction of a Nebraska man.
01, Oct 2014 - Ex-judge in Waco pleads guilty to benefits theft
WACO, Texas (AP) — A former Central Texas judge already on probation for a records and mileage reimbursement scam faces up to 10 years in federal prison for stealing a dead man's Social Security benefits, prosecutors said. Boone, 62, had power of attorney and access to the man's bank account while the Social Security Administration continued to deposit his benefits, totaling about $63,000 ...
01, Oct 2014 - Judge ends embezzlement charges against ex-coach
A Vermont judge has dismissed an embezzlement charge against a former Lyndon State College varsity baseball coach after ruling prosecutors couldn't show he converted any money to his own use.
01, Oct 2014 - UP Prison Worker Banned from Facility After Trying to Set Up Hit
A prison food service worker is banned from an Upper Peninsula facility after police say they approached an inmate to help kill another inmate.
01, Oct 2014 - AL public employees' groups loses at high court
The Alabama State Employees Association and Alabama Education Association have lost a lawsuit over a state law that cut off a major source of their funding.      The Alabama Supreme Court on Friday reversed
01, Oct 2014 - Man sentenced to death for fatal shooting
A 30-year-old northeast Ohio man who’s already spent most of his adult life in prison has been sentenced to death for a fatal shooting in September 2012.
01, Oct 2014 - Massive Ballot Reprint Hits Missouri Counties With Unexpected Election Costs
Missouri Counties are going to be on the hook for tens of thousands of dollars, thanks to an ill-timed court ruling on upcoming ballot language.
01, Oct 2014 - Ammunition evidence won't be heard at Hernandez trial
Prosecutors have decided not to oppose a move by lawyers for former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez to suppress evidence against him in a 2013 murder case.
01, Oct 2014 - Ex-SCSU lawyer gets 6 months of probation
CHARLESTON — Former South Carolina State University attorney Edwin Givens was sentenced Thursday to six months of probation for his role in a scheme involving the 2011 homecoming concert.
01, Oct 2014 - Ala woman gets 2 years in husband's death
ONEONTA, Ala. (AP) — A north Alabama woman will serve two years in prison for the shotgun slaying of her ex-husband. A judge handed down the sentence Thursday for Elsie Wells Thomas of Corner. She'll also spend five years on probation and must pay a $10,000 fine. Jurors convicted the woman of manslaughter in June in the shooting death of ex-husband Matt Allen in 2011. She had been charged with ...
01, Oct 2014 - Wood County, West Virginia man sentenced to more than 17 years in prison for accessing child pornog
Matthew John Wiggins, 41 of Wood County, West Virginia will spend 17.5 years behind bars for accessing child pornography with the intent to view it and attempting to persuade someone to destroy evidence.
01, Oct 2014 - Safely easing jail overcrowding: Judge believes program could save millions
A group of leaders in Yellowstone County’s criminal justice system are working on a project they believe could dramatically ease overcrowding at the county jail and potentially save the county millions of dollars a year.
01, Oct 2014 - Death penalty politics enters the governor's race
The death penalty hasn't surfaced as an issue in the race for governor in Minnesota. But it's another area on which the candidates disagree.
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