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Lawsuit Filed Against Jody Kriss, Former Bayrock Executive & Founder of East River Partners
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Second Oregon sex offender at Umatilla prison dies unexpectedly in just nine days
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06, Mar 2015 - War court judge orders replacement for overseer of Guantanamo cases
By Lacey Ann Johnson FORT MEADE, Md. (Reuters) - A military commander overseeing tribunals for al Qaeda suspects at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, exercised "unlawful influence" to speed up trial proceedings and must relinquish his authority over the cases, a military judge ruled on Monday. The allegations about the commander arose last week during a pretrial hearing for Abd al-Rahim al-Nashiri, a Saudi ...
06, Mar 2015 - Fathering Change: Strengthening the role of black fathers
This week's CBC Metro Morning radio series "Fathering Change: Strengthening the Role of  Black Fathers" explores fatherhood issues in troubled homes and neighbourhoods (listen to the series now). Fred Bennett got out of prison on a Friday afternoon. By Monday morning, he was at the Children’s Aid Society offices in Toronto trying to get his baby daughter back. Bennett is one of many black ...
06, Mar 2015 - Obama administration asks judge to lift hold on immigration action
HOUSTON — The U.S. government asked a federal judge Monday to lift his temporary hold on President Barack Obama's action to shield millions of immigrants from deportation.
06, Mar 2015 - Police Seize Over 100 Packets of Heroin From Endicott Residence
An Endicott man is facing drug charges after police say they seized 103 packets of heroin from his residence. Police executed a search warrant at 37 year old Reginald Parker's West Main Street apartment in the village and seized heroin, packaging material and a digital scale. He's been charged with criminal possession of a controlled substance, criminal sale of a controlled substance and ...
06, Mar 2015 - Revving Up for the Big Fights
House Transportation Committee Chairman Rep. Robert Johnson, D-Natchez, supports a bill to ban texting and driving, considering how dangerous it is. Photo courtesy Mississippi House of Representatives
06, Mar 2015 - Wife found guilty but mentally ill in slaying of ex-Penn hoops star to get hospital treatment
The wife of a former University of Pennsylvania basketball standout found guilty but mentally ill in his stabbing death may soon be paroled to the state mental hospital for treatment. Maria Garcia-Pellon, 54, could have been sentenced to 25 years in prison on the voluntary manslaughter conviction in the February 2013 stabbing death of 55-year-old Matthew White in their Nether Providence home ...
06, Mar 2015 - Abid Naseer trial: Accused owned ‘modified shirt’
POLICE found a T-shirt modified with pockets sewn under the armpits at the Manchester home of a Pakistani student accused of heading an al-Qaeda bomb plot, according to a witness at his trial in New York.
06, Mar 2015 - Hutchinson to talk plans to ease prison crowding
LITTLE ROCK — Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson plans to discuss proposals aimed at easing the overcrowding of thousands of state inmates at county jails.
06, Mar 2015 - After snow days, jury selection resumes in marathon trial
BOSTON — Jury selection is back on in the trial of Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev (joh-HAHR' tsahr-NEYE'-ehv) after a two-day delay because of heavy snow. Tsarnaev is charged in the 2013 attack that killed three people and injured more than 260. Jury selection in Tsarnaev's federal death penalty trial began Jan. 5. Jury selection was canceled Monday and Tuesday after a ...
06, Mar 2015 - Former lobbyist charged with defrauding state pension system
BOSTON — An ex-lobbyist serving a federal prison sentence in the corruption case involving former Massachusetts House Speaker Salvatore DiMasi was indicted on unrelated charges that he defrauded the state's pension system, Attorney General Maura Healey announced Monday. A Suffolk County grand jury charged Richard McDonough, 69, with procurement fraud and presentation of a false claim, Healey said.
06, Mar 2015 - Pardoned killer could be headed back to prison
COLORADO SPRINGS — A man who was pardoned in 2011 for killing his mother in 1988 could be headed back to prison after he was arrested following a Colorado Spring crash.
06, Mar 2015 - Bay Area Businesses Among 379 Pushing Supreme Court To Declare Same-Sex Marriage Constitutional Rig
Bay Area businesses ranging from the San Francisco Giants to Silicon Valley firms such as Google Inc. and Facebook Inc. are among 379 companies that asked the U.S. Supreme Court Thursday to declare a constitutional right to same-sex marriage.
06, Mar 2015 - Hutchinson unveils plan to address prison overcrowding
LITTLE ROCK — Gov. Asa Hutchinson on Wednesday unveiled a proposed plan to address prison overcrowding that involves adding prison beds, hiring new parole and probation officers and investing in alternative sentencing programs.
06, Mar 2015 - Pennsylvania Turnpike issues travel advisory
Due to weather conditions, the Pennsylvania Turnpike has issued a travel advisory for motorists. Though no lane restrictions have been put in place yet, the Turnpike has posted a warning of the coming snow and tips on how to stay safe in winter weather on its website.
06, Mar 2015 - Tar Heel of the Week: CJ Scarlet works to curb violence against women
CJ Scarlett, a former victims' advocate for the North Carolina Attorney General's Office, has patented a device that will call police and record video footage when its wearer yells for… Click to Continue »
06, Mar 2015 - States predict inmates' future crimes with secretive surveys
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. On a hot Friday last July, a parolee was mowing a lawn in a small cul-de-sac on the west side of the city when he stopped to ask for a glass of water.
06, Mar 2015 - Hawaii hospital may be required to hire convicted felon
(3/6) As overtime litigation continues to clog the courts, employers' frustration continues to rise. Many companies have adopted timekeeping policies intended to decrease the risk of litigation, and some employers have attempted to assert the existence of such policies as a complete defense to overtime claims.
06, Mar 2015 - Wisconsin man pleads guilty to Iowa meth conspiracy
Officials said a 26-year-old Wisconsin man has pleaded guilty to his role in a north Iowa drug conspiracy. A U.S. attorney's office announced Wednesday that Ryan Michael Schroeder of La Crosse, Wisconsin, has pleaded guilty to a federal charge of conspiring to distribute methamphetamine. He was accused of conspiring to distribute more than 500 grams of meth from January 2012 to December 2014 ...
06, Mar 2015 - DOC: Killer with commuted life sentence headed back to prison after Colorado Springs DUI arrest
A man whose life sentence was commuted in 2011 for the 1988 killing of his mother has violated his parole and will be sent back to prison after he was arrested Wednesday morning in a Colorado Spring crash.
06, Mar 2015 - Side issues slow progress toward 9/11 trial at Guantánamo
The alleged 9/11 plotters led by Khalid Sheik Mohammed return to the war court Monday for the first time in six months with an agenda packed with some of the… Click to Continue »
06, Mar 2015 - Kate Brown sworn in as Oregon governor; Kitzhaber resigns
Kate Brown was sworn in Wednesday as Oregon's governor following an influence-peddling scandal that prompted the resignation of fellow Democrat John Kitzhaber, who had been the state's longest-serving chief executive before his swift fall from grace.
06, Mar 2015 - Eliot selectmen discuss allegedly falsified police reports
ELIOT, Maine - Town Manager Dana Lee expanded on his opinion of the impact of hearings in York County Superior Court on the Police Department concerning evidence in a rape trial.
06, Mar 2015 - UConn Lab Manager Convicted Of Sexual Assault
The manager of the Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Laboratory at the University of Connecticut was recently convicted in Massachusetts of sexual assault and could face up to 10 years in prison.
06, Mar 2015 - Jury selection set to resume in marathon bombing trial
BOSTON — After two days off due to heavy snow, jury selection is set to begin again in the trial of Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev. Tsarnaev is charged in the 2013 attack that killed three people and injured more than 260. Jury selection in Tsarnaev's federal death penalty trial began Jan. 5. Jury selection was canceled Monday and Tuesday after a snowstorm dumped up to 2 feet ...
06, Mar 2015 - Judge recommends $58k in fines for David Rivera
News Service of Florida: An administrative law judge Thursday said former state House budget chief David Rivera should pay nearly $58,000 in fines and restitution in a long-running ethics case. Judge W. David Watkins found last year that Rivera, R-Miami, improperly received state travel reimbursements and did not adequately …
06, Mar 2015 - Exclusive: New York attorney general seeks information on financier Epstein's philanthropy
By David Ingram NEW YORK (Reuters) - The New York Attorney General's Office has sent letters to the charitable foundation of financier Jeffrey Epstein seeking information on whether it is complying with state registration requirements. Epstein, 62, has been a tabloid sensation since allegations arose in a court proceeding in December that he forced an underage girl to have sex with Britain's ...
06, Mar 2015 - Wal-Mart driver appeals in his bid to delay Tracy Morgan's lawsuit over deadly highway crash
A Wal-Mart driver involved in a highway crash that killed a comic and severely injured actor-comedian Tracy Morgan has asked a judge to reconsider her decision not to delay Morgan's lawsuit against the company. Truck driver Kevin Roper isn't a defendant in Morgan's lawsuit against Bentonville, Arkansas-based Wal-Mart Stores Inc., but he wants to intervene to delay it from moving forward until ...
06, Mar 2015 - Appeals court ruling explains prison release calculations
Missouri state probation officials must make different calculations for determining when an inmate is eligible for conditional release or parole from a prison sentence, the state appeals court ruled Tuesday.
06, Mar 2015 - Elmore County jail inmate fatally stabbed
ELMORE, Ala. (AP) — The Alabama Department of Corrections is probing the death of an inmate at the Elmore Correctional Facility. Authorities say 33-year-old William Shepherd was stabbed by another inmate Sunday afternoon and was later pronounced dead. Corrections officials say Shepherd was sentenced to prison on drug trafficking charges in Jefferson County in April 2010. Department of ...
06, Mar 2015 - Felon gets 6 years for possessing firearm
A previously convicted felon was sentenced on Friday to six years and three months in prison for illegally possessing a firearm, the U.S. District Court of the Western District of Arkansas announced.
06, Mar 2015 - Texas executes 'Texas 7' prison escapee for officer's death
© AP Photo/Texas Department of Criminal Justice This undated handout photo provided by the Texas Department of Criminal Justice shows Donald Newbury.
06, Mar 2015 - Same-Sex Marriage Arguments at Supreme Court Set for April 28
WASHINGTON—The Supreme Court on Thursday announced a date for arguments in its coming blockbuster case on same-sex marriage: Tuesday, April 28.
06, Mar 2015 - Ex-CIA agent, a New Castle native, starting over after prison sentence
Out of prison, a New Castle native and former CIA officer hopes to resume teaching college classes and find work with a Washington think tank. ...
06, Mar 2015 - Mill manager gets 6 months in prison in pollution case
A Northern California man has been sentenced to six months in prison and ordered to pay $107,000 in restitution after pleading guilty to polluting federal property in Shasta County.
06, Mar 2015 - Gay Marriage Cleared by U.S. High Court to Start in Alabama
In a 7-2 order, the justices rejected Alabama’s bid to stop a federal trial judge’s legalization order from taking effect Monday. Justices Antonin Scalia and Clarence Thomas dissented. The rebuff brings gay marriage to a state whose chief justice, Roy Moore, has told officials not to comply. The Alabama request was the first to reach the high court since its Jan. 16 decision to take up the issue.
06, Mar 2015 - Governor unveils prison plan
Facing crowded prisons and a strained parole system, Gov. Asa Hutchinson rolled out a three-pronged strategy Wednesday to find immediate bed space for state prisoners while also investing in parole and court strategies meant to curb prison populations in the long run.
06, Mar 2015 - Judge: Mortgage fraud trio must pay banks after release
Three conspirators in a Volusia County mortgage scheme will have to make monthly payments to the four banks they defrauded after they serve their federal prison sentences, a judge ordered.
06, Mar 2015 - Governor, full Legislature to have final say on prison move
The Legislature's Prison Relocation Commission is no longer seeking the authority to make the final decision on where to move the Utah State Prison, now in Draper.
06, Mar 2015 - Trainer Wells headed to prison for rigging races
Trainer David J. Wells, who raced horses at Hollywood Casino at Penn National Race Course, has been sentenced to five years intermediate punishment, with the first three months in prison.
06, Mar 2015 - Maine man convicted of killing wife seeks new trial
AUBURN, Maine (AP) — Lawyers for a Maine man convicted of killing his wife say in a petition for post-conviction review that their client deserves a new trial because of ineffective defense at his original trial.
06, Mar 2015 - Local Sheriffs React To Governor Asa Hutchinson's Prison Reform Plan
Governor Asa Hutchinson announced a Prison overhaul plan at the state capitol Wednesday. The $64 million plan includes prison expansion and public safety to help reduce overcrowding. According to The Department of Corrections about 17,000 Arkansans are in the state Prison system, but 2,600 of them are serving time in county jails as they wait for space in a state Prison. "Every county in the ...
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