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30, Oct 2014 - AdWatch: Otter hits back on prison scandal - Fri, 24 Oct 2014 PST
Idaho Gov. Butch Otter has launched a new TV ad striking back at Democratic challenger A.J. Balukoff, and defending Otter’s handling of a private prison scandal.
30, Oct 2014 - Fayette DA urges end to verbal warfare
Fayette County’s district attorney on Wednesday called for an end to personal attacks against a commissioner who has doggedly pursued a controversial $32 million prison. ...
30, Oct 2014 - Judge denies request from ex-Patriot Hernandez to move murder trial to a different county
FALL RIVER, Mass. - A Massachusetts judge has rejected a request from former New England Patriots player Aaron Hernandez to move his trial in the fatal shooting of a semi-professional football player to a different county.
30, Oct 2014 - Purdue says Kentucky lawsuit over OxyContin could be devastating
(c) 2014, Bloomberg News. PIKEVILLE, Ky. — No one rises as Circuit Judge Steven Combs enters his courtroom. Combs wears a white shirt and yellow tie, no robe. Lawyers approach the bench as their cases are called, shake the judge's hand and exchange small talk before getting to business.
30, Oct 2014 - Hannah Overton Going Back to Court for 2006 Child Poisoning
Hannah Overton has served about seven years in prison for the 2006 poisoning death of Andrew Burd, and on Friday Nueces County District Attorney Mark Skurka confirmed that she will be heading back to court.
30, Oct 2014 - Former Osceola road commission manager loses court appeal
REED CITY — The Michigan Court of Appeals has affirmed the conviction of a former Osceola County Road Commission manager whom a jury found guilty of perjury.
30, Oct 2014 - Judge rules AriZona iced tea co-founder, son owed $1 billion for buyout
By Nate Raymond NEW YORK (Reuters) - A New York state judge ruled on Tuesday that the privately held producer of AriZona iced tea should pay about $1 billion to buy out the half of the beverage maker owned by the co-founder and his son. Nassau County Supreme Court Justice Timothy Driscoll arrived at the amount the company must pay John Ferolito and a trust benefiting his son after determining ...
30, Oct 2014 - Mother of 5 Convicted of Killing Son Will Face New Trial
A Texas prosecutor has announced his intention to retry Hannah Overton, who has spent the last seven years in prison for the 2006 salt poisoning death of her adopted son.
30, Oct 2014 - Salt Lake County keeps its justice court
The Justice Court for unincorporated Salt Lake County has received a reprieve. In July 2012, the county informed state court officials that it was considering dissolving its court and dividing its 10,000 or so cases between other justice courts operated by the valleyâs cities. But nothing has happened yet, and Deputy Mayor Nichole Dunn said potential changes in the courtâs future have been put ...
30, Oct 2014 - Consultant recommends $262M in prison projects
LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) — A consultant is recommending that Nebraska expand its three prison facilities and add beds to ease overcrowding, at a projected cost of nearly $262 million.
30, Oct 2014 - Bench bias
While judges do campaign in some states, Colorado attempts to minimize the political influence that occurs through campaigning by appointing judges via a merit system. Judges then stand in yes/no retention elections after sitting on the bench for a period of time.
30, Oct 2014 - Missouri Man Sentenced to 70 Months in Prison for Possession of Cocaine with Intent to Sell
United States Attorney Stephanie A. Finley announced today that a man from Missouri was sentenced to 70 months in prison for possessing more than 3 kilos of cocaine meant for sale.
30, Oct 2014 - Pollster: Lack of Navajo votes would hurt Democrats
The Native American vote will be key in close New Mexico races. But the state of the Navajo Nation election is up in the air. As of Wednesday the Navajo Nation election is on and scheduled for Nov. 4, the same day as the state election. That could change, however. The nation’s high court ordered a disqualified presidential candidate be removed from the ballot and the election postponed. But the ...
30, Oct 2014 - Missouri sets execution date for man in St. Louis County killing
The Missouri Supreme Court has set an execution date for a man convicted of sexually assaulting a 63-year-old woman and beating her to death with a hammer.
30, Oct 2014 - Founder of payment processor Liberty Reserve pleads not guilty at first NY court appearance
NEW YORK, N.Y. - The Costa Rican founder of payment processing company Liberty Reserve made his first appearance in a U.S. courtroom Tuesday, pleading not guilty to charges that his online bank laundered billions of dollars for criminals.
30, Oct 2014 - Woman on Parole Is Charged With Stealing Liquor
A woman who is on parole in several prior felony cases is back in jail on a new charge.
30, Oct 2014 - Attorney who sued city disbarred
The State Bar of Texas has disbarred the attorney who filed a mineral takings lawsuit against the city.
30, Oct 2014 - Clemmons takes lawsuit to Supreme Court
Senate District 8 candidate Horace Clemmons is going to the Alabama Supreme Court regarding his lawsuit over the way TVA-in-lieu of tax money is spent.
30, Oct 2014 - Court recommends Judge Judith Hawkins be removed from the bench
The Florida Supreme Court has removed Leon County Judge Judith Hawkins from the bench after she was found guilty of judicial-misconduct.                
30, Oct 2014 - LC treasurer pleads guilty
Lafayette County Treasurer Keesha Rose pleaded guilty to a single count of Theft Concerning Programs Receiving Federal Funds in U.S. District Court here Wednesday, where federal investigators disclosed that two separate investigations determined that Rose had allegedly embezzled a total of $243,893 in federal funds.
30, Oct 2014 - Laurel man pleads guilty to child exploitation charges
State Attorney General Jim Hood said a 59-year-old Laurel man has been sentenced to up to 20 years in prison for downloading child pornography. A news release indicated Charles Michael English pleaded guilty Friday to two counts of child exploitation. Jones County Circuit Judge Billy Joe Landrum sentenced English to 20 years but suspended 14, with five years of post-release supervision. Hood ...
30, Oct 2014 - Court finds for laborer, but payments don’t follow
RALEIGH, N.C. — When Bernardino Pina tuned in to a Hispanic radio station in 2010 and heard an ad seeking construction framers, he jumped at the chance for a steady paycheck.
30, Oct 2014 - Judge: Stockton can reject CalPERS contract to pay creditors
A federal judge ruled Wednesday that U.S. bankruptcy law allows Stockton to treat public pension fund obligations like other debts, meaning the city could trim its pension obligations.
30, Oct 2014 - New postcard questions Joyce’s ‘qualifications’
Cole County voters on Friday received another postcard from the Washington, D.C.-based Republican State Leadership Committee, promoting arguments for voting against incumbent Democrat Pat Joyce in her re-election bid for a third six-year term as a circuit judge.
30, Oct 2014 - Echo-Hawk receives President’s Award from International Association of Official Human Rights Agen
OKLAHOMA CITY – The International Association of Official Human Rights Agencies (IAOHRA) recently presented Crowe & Dunlevy attorney Walter Echo-Hawk with the President’s Award for his commitment to human rights.
30, Oct 2014 - Child rape suspect captured after alleged multi-state crime spree
Gregory Lewis wanted for a series of alleged rapes, kidnappings and robberies since fleeing Massachusetts
30, Oct 2014 - Marine wants new charges in war crime tossed
Lawrence Hutchins led an eight-man squad accused of kidnapping an Iraqi man and shooting him to death.
30, Oct 2014 - Wisconsin man sentenced for threatening, filing false charges against New Jersey judge, others
CAMDEN, N.J. — A Wisconsin man who is identified with the Sovereign Citizen movement has been sentenced to prison for threatening and filing false charges against a judge and 27 other officials in New Jersey.
30, Oct 2014 - Attorneys recommend same sex couples utilize rights, protections
Though it is likely not the end of the issue on the national level, the U.S. Supreme Court's announcement Monday that it will not hear appeals in same sex marriage cases out of five states could have some very timely implications for gay and lesbian couples in Boulder County.
30, Oct 2014 - Twinsburg cop killer will stay on death row
Summit County Prosecutor Sherri Bevan Walsh announced Wednesday the Supreme Court of Ohio has affirmed the convictions and death sentence for Ashford Thompson. Thompson was found guilty on June 3, 2010, of the aggravated murder of Twinsburg Police Officer Joshua Miktarian.
30, Oct 2014 - David Bloebaum Found 'Guilty' In Road Rage Murder Trial
The defendant in the road rage murder trial David Bloebaum has been found guilty of the first-degree murder and the jury has recommended he serve life in prison.
30, Oct 2014 - Alleged members of drug trafficking family charged
SAN DIEGO (CNS) - Fourteen alleged members of a cross-country drug trafficking organization were charged in federal court in San Diego with conspiring to distribute large quantities of methamphetamine, heroin, cocaine and fentanyl throughout the United States, the U.S. Attorney's Office announced Wednesday.
30, Oct 2014 - Ex-Texas school teacher guilty in child porn case
FORT WORTH, Texas (AP) — A former North Texas high school journalism teacher faces up to 60 years in federal prison for soliciting teens for child pornography. The investigation began after the parents of a 15-year-old Louisiana boy reported he received suggestive cellphone messages from someone pretending to be a girl.
30, Oct 2014 - 5 Things to Know in Florida for Oct. 29
Your daily look at news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today. A South Florida man will serve more than three years in federal prison after pleading guilty to using stolen student identities to file fraudulent income tax returns.
30, Oct 2014 - Judge Won't Toss Most Charges in Homeless Killings
Judge won't toss most charges against New Mexico teens accused of fatally beating homeless men
30, Oct 2014 - Geno Smith down and out, but we haven't seen last of him
FLORHAM PARK, N.J. -- Early in training camp, long before that old, familiar black cloud reappeared and settled over the New York Jets, Geno Smith was ready to show everybody. There was an poll that named him the worst starting quarterback in the NFL, based on the opinion of coaches and personnel executives, and he responded with matter-of-fact confidence. "If I'm No. 32, by this time ...
30, Oct 2014 - Reuters Demands Access to $20bn Oil Tycoon's Divorce Trial
Reuters has asked that the divorce trial of billionaire oilman Harold Hamm be opened to the public.
30, Oct 2014 - So you want to be a judge?
Here's my list of ten practical things young lawyers can do now to become a judge later.
30, Oct 2014 - Atomic spy David Greenglass, who helped send the Rosenbergs to the electric chair, dies at 92
NEW YORK, N.Y. - David Greenglass, who served 10 years in prison for his role in the most explosive atomic spying case of the Cold War and gave testimony that sent his brother-in-law and sister, Julius and Ethel Rosenberg, to the electric chair in 1953, has died at 92.
30, Oct 2014 - Suspended SC House Speaker pleads guilty, resigns
Suspended House Speaker Bobby Harrell pleads guilty to several charges in connection to using campaign funds for personal expenses. Harrell made a Thursday morning court appearance in Richland County. He pleaded guilty to six counts in a plea deal that lets him avoid jail time. Instead, he will have six years in prison suspended as long as he completes three years of probation. He was also fined ...
30, Oct 2014 - Wisconsin couple sentenced to 5 years in prison in Iowa methamphetamine distribution case
ELKADER, Iowa — A Wisconsin couple has been sentenced to five years in prison after Clayton County authorities discovered a methamphetamine manufacturing operation at their Iowa home.
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