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21, Sep 2014 - Victim of Alaska serial killer Robert Hansen exhumed for DNA tests
The remains of a young woman murdered 30 years ago by Alaska's most notorious serial killer has been exhumed in the hopes of finally confirming her identity, officials said Thursday. The woman was one of 17 victims killed in the 1970s and 1980s by Robert Hansen, who died in prison last month. On Wednesday, the state medical examiner's exhumed the remains of one of those women, known to ...
21, Sep 2014 - 3 get prison in death of college football player
WASHINGTON, Pa. (AP) - Three men have been sentenced to prison in the killing of a standout college football player, who died during a mugging almost two years ago. Eric Wells, 25, of Pittsburgh, Adam Hankins, 25, of Washington, Pa., and Troy Simmons, 24, of East Pittsburgh pleaded ...
21, Sep 2014 - His murder-arson conviction overturned, man walks free 24 years later
HARRISBURG — A former New York businessman whose arson-murder conviction was overturned in the death of his daughter was freed from prison on Friday after ...
21, Sep 2014 - Remains found in Independence Co., investigation ongoing
Human remains found in Independence County have been sent to the state crime lab for identification.
21, Sep 2014 - Local judge named to state Appeals Court
Two weeks ago, Judge Robert Lee Holloway Jr. garnered 13,072 votes in his uncontested bid for another term on the 22nd Judicial District, Part II, bench.
21, Sep 2014 - Have you herd?
Nisi Staley of Kentucky and her dog Sid attempt to work together to direct a group of sheep during Saturday’s Hady Acre Sheep Dog Trial near Duck River, in Hickman County. The event was sanctioned by the United States Border Collie Handlers Association.
21, Sep 2014 - New York City's 'responsible banking' law survives court challenge
By Jonathan Stempel NEW YORK (Reuters) - A federal judge has refused to block enforcement of a 2012 New York City law designed to ensure that banks holding the city's deposits document how well they meet the needs of low- and moderate-income neighborhoods. District Judge Katherine Polk Failla dismissed a lawsuit by the New York Bankers Association (NYBA), which said the law gave the city illegal ...
21, Sep 2014 - Judge recommends train wreck videographer lawsuit be dismissed
A federal magistrate judge recommended dismissal of a lawsuit brought by a Midlander who filmed the Nov. 15, 2012, Show of Support parade train wreck against the city and county
21, Sep 2014 - Former Reynoldsburg Math Teacher Pleads Guilty To Sex Charges
A former Reynoldsburg math teacher was sentenced to four years in prison after pleading guilty to sex charges involving a 15-year-old Columbus girl.
21, Sep 2014 - Quinn: Monitor not needed to oversee state hiring
CHICAGO — Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn contended in a federal court filing late Monday that a court-appointed monitor is not necessary to ensure compliance with political hiring bans, as suggested by an anti-patronage attorney.In the filing by the attorney general's office, Quinn says his response to allegations of political hiring in the Department of Transportation has been "prompt, appropriate and ...
21, Sep 2014 - Greg Hardy Expected to Be Placed on Exempt List: Latest Details and Reaction
The Carolina Panthers are expected to place defensive end Greg Hardy on the exempt list. The news comes as the backlash for allowing him to play while waiting for an appeal after initially being found guilty for domestic violence by a bench trial. Bleacher Report's Jason Cole provides the details of the team's decision: The Black & Blue Review are also reporting Hardy is heading to the exempt ...
21, Sep 2014 - Probe into Scott Walker's recall campaign goes to court
An appeals court on Tuesday will consider whether to resume a probe of possible illegal coordination and fundraising
21, Sep 2014 - Mass escape from juvenile US prison
More than 30 teenagers held at a juvenile detention centre in Tennessee escape by crawling through a fence and nine are still being sought.
21, Sep 2014 - NM high court to hear death-row appeals
SANTA FE (AP) – New Mexico’s remaining death row inmates are asking the state’s highest court to spare them from potential execution because…
21, Sep 2014 - Mourning loss of judge
On behalf of the State Bar of Georgia, I would like to offer condolences to the family, colleagues and many friends of former Family and Juvenile Court Judge George J. Hearn III of Monroe on his recent passing.
21, Sep 2014 - Complaint: Officers heard ?I am dying, I am dying?
Police found a home filled with smoke when they arrived at the scene of a double homicide in Fitchburg, according to a criminal complaint released Friday. Former Dane County Deputy Andy Steele, 39, appeared in Dane County Circuit Court Friday afternoon by video conference from Rock County where he's being held. Steele was formally charged Friday in the deaths of 39-year-old Ashley Steele and her ...
21, Sep 2014 - Violent Poem Case Tossed Over Freedom of Speech
A federal appeals court has tossed the conviction of a Utah man who was found guilty of threatening a professor by sending a violent anti-immigrant email.
21, Sep 2014 - Kentucky high court to case of condemned inmate
FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) — The Kentucky Supreme Court has opted to hear oral arguments in the case of a death row inmate convicted in a 1987 kidnapping and slaying of a woman. The justices set an Oct. 16 hearing date for 57-year-old Gregory L. Wilson. Wilson was convicted on Oct. 31, 1998 of kidnapping and killing Deborah Pooley of Kenton County 19 months earlier. Wilson and a female accomplice ...
21, Sep 2014 - Man convicted of pimping teens outside Tinley Park hotel
A man who brought a woman and two teens to a Tinley Park hotel in 2011 to engage in prostitution at what he thought was a bachelor party has been convicted of sex trafficking, the U.S. Attorney’s office said. Fabriel “Face” Delaney — formerly of Palatine and a resident of Kalamazoo, Michigan, at the time of his arrest — was taken into custody by FBI agents on July 22, 2011 outside a Tinley Park ...
21, Sep 2014 - Defendants pleased with ruling dismissing Helmig suit
U.S. District Court Judge Nanette Laughrey ruled last week that Dale Helmig had not made — and could not make — his case of wrongful arrest and malicious prosecution for his conviction of killing his mother in 1993.
21, Sep 2014 - EDITORIAL: The case of PACER and the documents
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21, Sep 2014 - South Carolina dad accused in 5 deaths was ex-con
SPRINGFIELD, Ill. (AP) - Prison documents and a family member say a South Carolina man accused of killing his five children and dumping their bodies in Alabama was an ex-convict who went on a crime spree in 2001 in Illinois.
21, Sep 2014 - House pushes resolution condemning Obama for swapping American prisoner for 5 Taliban leaders
WASHINGTON — The Republican-controlled House voted Tuesday to condemn President Barack Obama for failing to give 30-day notice to Congress about the exchange in May of American prisoner Bowe Bergdahl for five Taliban leaders held at the U.S. prison at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.
21, Sep 2014 - Arrest warrant issued for Vagos Motorcycle Club's president
A warrant was issued for the arrest of Anthony McCall, president of the local chapter of the Vagos Motorcycle Club.
21, Sep 2014 - Judge: Man in 9/11 airport hoax should be freed - Quincy Herald-Whig | Illinois & Missouri News, Sp
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) - A Pennsylvania man accused of creating a hoax that closed down a busy terminal at Kansas City International Airport on the 10th anniversary of the 9/11 terror attacks might go free without ever standing trial, after a federal judge recommended the court allow the mentally ill man to be released.
21, Sep 2014 - Nebraska Lt. Gov. Heidemann resigns office, ticket - Quincy Herald-Whig | Illinois & Missouri News,
LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) - Nebraska Lt. Gov. Lavon Heidemann resigned from office Tuesday and withdrew from the Republican gubernatorial ticket after a judge granted his sister's request for a domestic abuse protection order.
21, Sep 2014 - Federal judge recommends man accused of creating hoax at KC airport on 9/11 be set free
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — A Pennsylvania man accused of creating a hoax that closed down a busy terminal at Kansas City International Airport on the 10th anniversary of the 9/11 terror attacks might go free without ever standing trial, after a federal judge recommended the court allow the mentally ill man to be released.
21, Sep 2014 - 'Dirty bomb' plotter Jose Padilla re-sentenced to 21 years on terrorism charges
A federal judge in Miami re-sentenced Jose Padilla to 21 years for a 2007 terrorism conviction on Tuesday after an appeals court deemed the original 17-year sentence too lenient.
21, Sep 2014 - Victim's items, shoe prints tie ex-con to Novi killing, prosecutors say
— An Oakland Circuit Court jury heard cold, hard science and heart-breaking emotion during testimony Wednesday in the trial of a paroled killer charged with slaying an elderly Novi woman.
21, Sep 2014 - Arkansas AG asks court to uphold gay marriage ban
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) - The attorney general's office is asking the Arkansas Supreme Court to uphold the state's gay marriage ban, arguing a county judge was wrong to say it violated the state and U.S. constitutions.
21, Sep 2014 - Merrill Woman Gets 4 Years Prison in Heroin Overdose Case
A 20-year-old Merrill woman convicted of injecting another woman with heroin, leading to an overdose in a gas station bathroom will spend four years in prison followed by five years extended supervision. The incident happened in Oct. 2013.
21, Sep 2014 - Illinois prison becomes political issue in Iowa U.S. Senate race
Republicans on Wednesday took to task Democrat Bruce Braley’s support for opening a federal prison near the Iowa-Illinois border, claiming that indicates Braley’s willingness to allow the transfer of terrorist prisoners to the Midwest.
21, Sep 2014 - Palermo attorneys and district attorney exchange fiery words
A fierce exchange of fiery words continues between defense lawyers for Joe Palermo and the Calcasieu district attorney, as more is revealed about behind the scenes investigations and proposed plea deals.What defense attorneys describe as an illegal scheme to make Palermo pay millions, the D.A. says was a legitimate offer of a plea agreement.Attorneys for the Sulphur businessman portray Palermo ...
21, Sep 2014 - Washington state man named as ringleader of Bakken drug ring gets 20 years prison
A Montana judge has sentenced the leader of an interstate drug ring to 20 years in prison for his role in a trafficking operation that stretched from western Washington to the Bakken oil fields of the Northern Plains.
21, Sep 2014 - Outside GC Expands Boston Area Legal Team
New additions join group of talented, highly seasoned attorneys providing on-demand in-house general counsel services (PRWeb September 04, 2014) Read the full story at
21, Sep 2014 - Carly Rousso's public appearance sparks controversy
Facing a potentially lengthy prison term for inhaling keyboard cleaner before causing a crash that killed a 5-year-old girl in Highland Park, Carly Rousso has been making public appearances and tearfully apologizing for her crime.
21, Sep 2014 - Adcock wants bond lowered and to await trial out of state
A former Shoals youth minister accused of sex crimes wants a judge to lower his bond - and allow him to await trial out of state.Kyle Adcock is charged with nine counts of sodomy and 22 counts of rape involving a teenager.
21, Sep 2014 - New England pharmacist charged in U.S. meningitis outbreak
Glenn Adam Chin, left, a former supervisory pharmacist at the New England Compounding Center, is shown following an appearance in federal court Sept. 4 in Boston.
21, Sep 2014 - Iowa City woman accused of manufacturing meth
IOWA CITY — An Iowa City woman faces 25 years in prison for allegedly manufacturing meth in her home. According to criminal complaints, members of the Johnson County Drug Task Force served a search warrant at 1257 Slothower Ave. in Iowa City on April 7 of this year. Police said the residence belongs to 32-year-old Bobbie M. English. Police said during a search of the residence, investigators ...
21, Sep 2014 - Florida Supreme Court disciplines 22 lawyers
The Florida Supreme Court in recent court orders disciplined 22 attorneys: disbarring eight, suspending five and publicly reprimanding nine. Three attorneys received more than one form of discipline.
21, Sep 2014 - Up to 6 years in prison for carjacking, assault at Lee turnpike plaza
By Andrew Amelinckx, Berkshire Eagle Staff PITTSFIELD -- A Virginia man who allegedly went on a cross-country crime spree in 2013 and tweeted about it was sentenced to up to six years in state prison for a carjacking on the Massachusetts Turnpike.
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