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29, Mar 2015 - Kentucky Lawmaker Pleads Not Guilty in DUI Case in Frankfort
A state senator has pleaded not guilty in Franklin District Court to a drunken driving charge.
29, Mar 2015 - Courts delay pot license and compel state to turn over applications
A medical marijuana license will remain in limbo, while lawyers will get their first look at some of Illinois' secret applications to grow the drug, after two court rulings Thursday.
29, Mar 2015 - Ex-NFL star Darren Sharper starts acknowledging sex assaults
Former NFL safety Darren Sharper appears in Los Angeles Superior Court on Monday, March 23, 2015. Sharper pleaded no contest Monday in Los Angeles to charges of drugging and raping two women in the second of similar criminal cases in four states.
29, Mar 2015 - Alabama same-sex marriage resistance, federal law to collide in court
Alabama resistance and federal law will collide Thursday in Mobile, when U.S. District Judge Callie Granade holds a hearing on whether to force state probate judges to grant marriage licenses to same-sex couples.
29, Mar 2015 - Teacher wants early prison release for sex crime
A former Akron Catholic school teacher, who asked a female student to send nude pictures of herself, is requesting an early release after serving only one year of his nearly five year sentence.
29, Mar 2015 - Judge says 'substantial likelihood' of future domestic violence by NASCAR's Kurt Busch
A Delaware judge who ordered NASCAR driver Kurt Busch to stay away from his ex-girlfriend says there's a "substantial likelihood" of Busch committing acts of domestic violence in the future.
29, Mar 2015 - Texas officials: Feds may have misled court on immigration issue
AUSTIN – Insisting that federal officials may have misled a federal court about the start of President Obama's disputed executive order on immigration, Texas officials on Thursday asked the Brownsville-based court to give them expedited access to the details. "In an apparent attempt to quickly execute President Obama's unlawful, unconstitutional amnesty plan, the Obama Administration appears to ...
29, Mar 2015 - 5 Things to Know in Florida for Feb. 24
Your daily look at news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today. TRIAL OPENS FOR MAN CLAIMING POT WAS FOR MEDICAL NEED A South Florida man is using a medical necessity defense in a trial on charges of illegally growing dozens of marijuana plants on his ...
29, Mar 2015 - Banned from 16th Street: Dozens ordered by court to stay away
Police say bans decrease crime and temptation, protecting out-of-town visitors, office workers and customers downtown. But critics say area restrictions unfairly punish people simply for appearing in a public place.
29, Mar 2015 - Illinois Man's Murder Sentence Raised To 65 Years in Retrial
URBANA, Ill. -- An eastern Illinois man has been retried and resentenced to 65 years in prison -- 30 years more than he originally received -- for shooting his brother to death in 2010.
29, Mar 2015 - Idaho Supreme Court rejects death row inmate's appeal
The Idaho Supreme Court on Monday found substantial evidence existed to find Boise resident Azad Abdullah guilty of the 2002 murder of his wife, Angie, and setting the family home… Click to Continue »
29, Mar 2015 - Judge Andrew J. Decker, III will decide
COLUMBIA COUNTY/LAKE CITY, FL – Columbia County Florida is in the heart of the Deep South. Once a year it celebrates the defeat of Union forces in the Battle of Olustee. In 2015, race relations are still a confusing and contentious issue.
29, Mar 2015 - Sexual abuse of young boys in 30-year span at center of trucker trial
David A. Vickers was bold in his pursuit of young boys from Buffalo and Batavia, prosecutors say. In 2003, he wrote to a Family Court judge in Genesee County and asked permission for a 14-year-old boy to come live with him.
29, Mar 2015 - Flights canceled, traffic slowed because of freezing rain
DALLAS (AP) - Freezing rain affected travel in nearly half of Texas on Monday, and winter storm warnings were issued in the northern part of the state. Airlines canceled more than 1,000 flights in and out of Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport and some North Texas school districts called off or ...
29, Mar 2015 - Judges' retirements stress court system
BRATTLEBORO >> One longtime Windham Superior Court judge has retired, and another will follow in less than six months. The departures of Judge David Suntag, whose retirement took effect March 1, and Judge John Wesley, who is scheduled to retire Sept. 1, are leading many to reflect on the two jurists' combined 47 years on the bench.
29, Mar 2015 - Most district judges in county lack legal background
The choice Wilkes-Barre voters have for their next district judge is among a butcher, a wholesale seafood purchaser and a computer systems analyst. None have formal legal training, but that’s common in Luzerne County. Voters here almost always choose dist
29, Mar 2015 - Kosilek asks high court to hear sex-change case
BOSTON — Lawyers for a transgender inmate convicted of murder asked the U.S. Supreme Court Monday to overturn a ruling denying her request for sex-reassignment surgery. A federal judge ordered the Massachusetts Department of Correction to grant the surgery to Michelle Kosilek in 2012, finding that it was the "only adequate treatment" for Kosilek's severe gender dysphoria, also known as gender ...
29, Mar 2015 - Convicted Southwest Missouri Rustler Enters Guilty Plea
A man who police think stole more than a $100,000 worth of livestock and farm equipment in southwest Missouri has pleaded guilty.Howard Perryman from Monett will spend seven years in jail for his charges in Barry County.Court papers say he is also still facing three counts of theft in Lawrence County and counts of theft and tampering with a car in Greene County
29, Mar 2015 - Judge orders white supremacist to stand trial in Kansas killings
By Kevin Murphy OLATHE, Kan. (Reuters) - A Kansas judge on Tuesday ordered a Missouri white supremacist to stand trial on capital murder charges in the shooting deaths of three people outside two Jewish centers in a Kansas City suburb last April. Johnson County District Court Judge Thomas Kelly Ryan found probable cause to believe that Frazier Glenn Cross Jr., 74, committed the murders as well ...
29, Mar 2015 - Tsarnaev lawyers to ask higher court to move bombing trial
BOSTON (AP) — Lawyers for Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev have asked a judge three times to move his trial out of Massachusetts because of the emotional impact of the deadly attack.
29, Mar 2015 - Oklahoma mental health commissioner apologizes to judge
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - State mental health commissioner Terri White has apologized to a judge who threatened to hold her in contempt of court because a mentally ill defendant did not get treatment for six months. White promised during a meeting Friday that the judge would be notified if competency ...
29, Mar 2015 - Helotes seeks help from Legislature
From unsightly signs to buildings crowding the street, Helotes city officials warn that unless the Texas Legislature moves to clarify an appeals court decision, the city's authority to regulate quality of life issues within its extra-territorial jurisdiction could be in doubt. At their meeting Feb. 26, City Council members approved a resolution urging the Legislature to take prompt action on ...
29, Mar 2015 - Ex-Senator Paul Bookout Pleads Guilty in Arkansas Federal Court
A former Arkansas state senator has pleaded guilty to a federal mail fraud charge connected to his spending more than $150,000 from a campaign fund.
29, Mar 2015 - Man once convicted of espionage scheduled to plead guilty in document-theft case
BALTIMORE — A Maryland man whose espionage conviction made headlines in the 1980s acknowledged a more common crime Thursday: theft. Samuel Loring Morison pleaded guilty to stealing boxes worth of government records from a naval history archive in the nation's capital.
29, Mar 2015 - Filipino owner of SF Bay Area care home arrested for elder abuse
SAN FRANCIS CO -- The Filipina owner and the administrator of a Castro Valley assisted-living facility were each charged March 19 with 14 felony counts of elder abuse, which could send them to prison if they're found guilty. The charges were filed in Alameda County Superior Court against Herminigilda "Hilda" Manuel, 58, who owned the failed Valley Manor care home, and administrator Edgar Babael ...
29, Mar 2015 - As Santa Clara County procures 'stingray' cell tracker, increased scrutiny surrounds potent
The secrecy surrounding a military-grade cellphone-tracking device that's already being used in the Bay Area -- and arriving soon in Santa Clara and Alameda counties -- has come under increased scrutiny, with local governments, courts and lawmakers around the nation joining civil rights groups in a push to learn more about the potentially invasive technology.
29, Mar 2015 - Kuna man accused of repeatedly hitting child with shoe insert
Lamar Anthony West could face up to 10 years in prison for felony injury to a child… Click to Continue »
29, Mar 2015 - Michigan man faces up to 15 years in prison for soccer referee's death
DETROIT (Reuters) - A soccer player faces up to 15 years in prison on Friday when he is sentenced for fatally injuring a referee who he punched during a recreational league game in a Detroit suburb last summer.
29, Mar 2015 - Oklahoma man pleads in slaying of Australian baseball player
An Oklahoma man pleaded guilty to second-degree murder Tuesday in the shooting death of a college baseball player from Australia. The Oklahoman ( ) reports that 19-year-old Michael DeWayne Jones was sentenced to life in prison for his involvement in the killing of Christopher Lane in 2013. Prosecutors say Jones was driving when a friend in his car fired the shot that ...
29, Mar 2015 - Court to hear Scranton's petition for tax hike on April 22
Scranton’s petition to triple the local services tax to $156 a year on people who work in the city above a certain income threshold will be heard April 22 in Lackawanna County Court.
29, Mar 2015 - Ex-NFL star Darren Sharper pleads guilty to sexual assault
Former NFL star Darren Sharper admitted in court on Monday to drugging and raping women in California and Arizona and was expected to plead guilty in a similar Nevada case in plea deals prosecutors say will land him in prison for at least nine years.
29, Mar 2015 - Caesars Entertainment loses bid to have Delaware suit tossed
A Delaware judge has refused to dismiss a lawsuit accusing Caesar's Entertainment Corp. of fraudulently transferring assets of its operating subsidiary to shield them from creditors owed more than $3.6 billion.
29, Mar 2015 - Another payment alleged for Ferriero
A federal prosecutor on Friday alleged that Joseph A. Ferriero, the former Bergen County Democratic chief, was paid more than $100,000 by a criminal defense attorney after a Teaneck dermatologist was approved for a program that allowed him to sidestep prosecution on charges of groping female patients.
29, Mar 2015 - Firing squad readies for round in state senate
House Bill 11 would make firing squad just an option in case lethal injections cannot be performed on death-row inmates, but opponents of the death penalty in general want Utah's Senate to stop the bill.
29, Mar 2015 - Up & Down in Texas politics: Taxes; gay marriage license ban
Why? Because any eventual ruling can wipe out policies that legislators have just approved. [...] he's not waiting for the conclusion of an ongoing case in which the state Supreme Court will review a state district judge's finding that Texas' public education funding is unconstitutionally inadequate and unfairly distributed. A final ruling won't come until after the legislative session is over ...
29, Mar 2015 - The case against cheating prosecutors
It should go without saying that cheating criminal prosecutors who lie or hide evidence to bolster their cases, and cowardly state judges who cover for them, should be identified and punished. It should go without saying — but we say it in light of last month's extraordinary remarks...
29, Mar 2015 - Prison officer charged with sex assault on inmate
A prison officer at Connecticut's women's prison in Niantic has been charged with sexual assault, accused of having a sexual relationship with an inmate.
29, Mar 2015 - Former Jail Administrators Face Time In Oklahoma Prison
A federal judge meted out prison sentences for two former jail administrators convicted more than a year ago of violating the civil rights of Muskogee County inmates.
29, Mar 2015 - Former U.S. Marine Convicted in "American Sniper" Trial
A former U.S. Marine, now convicted of killing "American Sniper" author Chris Kyle and Chad Littlefield faces life in prison.
29, Mar 2015 - Cedar Falls sex offender headed to federal prison
A Cedar Falls man who failed to register as a sex offender is headed to federal prison.
29, Mar 2015 - Retired Fayette circuit judge Armand Angelucci has died
Retired Fayette Circuit Judge Armand Angelucci passed away Friday. He was 94.
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