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26, Mar 2015 - Coastal Georgia prison looking to hire 70 corrections officers
The state Department of Labor is hosting job fair to fill correctional officer positions at Coastal State Prison in Garden City.
26, Mar 2015 - Nelson Mullins leases 41st floor at Bank of America Tower
Lawyer Daniel Nunn and his team will have the highest tenant view in Jacksonville come July. Nunn is managing partner of Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough, which will be moving to the 41st floor of the 42-story Bank of America Tower at 50 N. Laura St., the city’s tallest building.
26, Mar 2015 - Mississippi Fugitive Returns to Prison 34 years after his escape
A Mississippi fugitive who escaped more than three decades ago is now back in a state prison. Authorities said 62-year-old Sam Gene Harris was brought to the Central Mississippi Correctional Facility in Rankin County from a jail in Price, Utah on Sunday.Harris was 27 when he was discovered missing from the Forrest County Community Work Center on Nov. 27, 1980. 
26, Mar 2015 - Vienna man arrested after seven-hour standoff with police
Bond for a township man is set at $150,000 and a judge has ordered him to stay away from his wife for now.
26, Mar 2015 - Judge: Concussion lawsuit vs. NHL will proceed
The NHL's motion to dismiss a class-action concussion lawsuit was denied Wednesday by a federal judge in Minnesota.
26, Mar 2015 - Update: Third person convicted in U of M student's death sentenced
ANN ARBOR, Mich. (NEWSCHANNEL 3) - The third and final person convicted for the shooting death of a University of Michigan medical student from Schoolcraft was sentenced Wednesday morning.
26, Mar 2015 - Brothers guilty of fraud at Systemax sent to federal prison
Two South Florida brothers who were once top executives with the Systemax Inc. computer supply company were sent to prison Tuesday after pleading guilty to federal charges for accepting millions of dollars ...
26, Mar 2015 - Woman arraigned in Elmore County meth case
Esmirna Vela of Buhl is charged in U.S. District Court in Boise with one count of distributing methamphetamine in Elmore County on Sept. 3. Click to Continue »
26, Mar 2015 - Reuters U.S. Sports Schedule at 2 PM EST on Monday, March 9
March 9 (Reuters) - Reuters U.S. sports schedule at 2 PM ET on Monday: - - - - The duty editor is Steve Ginsburg, 202-898-8427 - - - - NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE Patriots retain S McCourty Safety Devin McCourty, one of the top defensive backs on the market, turns down more money from the Philadelphia Eagles to return to the New England Patriots. (FBN-PATRIOTS-NEWS/, moved, The Sports Xchange, 359 ...
26, Mar 2015 - Suspected squatter sentenced to 14 years in psychiatric hospital
Judge finds shooter not guilty by reason of insanity; victim, 43, is now paralyzed.
26, Mar 2015 - Glitch sends false notice to crime victims, triggers probe
Routine computer maintenance caused a major technical glitch that sent out thousands of false reports, saying prison inmates had been released, according to Oregon officials.
26, Mar 2015 - Convicted Upstate gambling operator released from prison
A former gambling operator whose operation with authorities led to the firing of two high-ranking Greenville County deputies is a free man. Izzat Khalil was released from a federal penitentiary in Hopewell, Virginia on Friday morning.  He served seven months in the minimum security facility.  Khalil pleaded guilty last July to running an illegal gambling operation in Greenville County. ( Full ...
26, Mar 2015 - Report: Drew Peterson accused of trying to put hit on Will County State's Attorney James Glasgo
Drew Peterson is accused of trying to hire a hit man to kill Will County State's Attorney James Glasgow, who was the lead prosecutor during Peterson's murder trial, according to a published report.
26, Mar 2015 - FACT CHECK: Myths in the political roar over Common Core
FILE - In this Feb. 12, 2015 file photo, seventh-grade students take part in a trial run of a new state assessment test on laptop computers at Annapolis Middle School in Annapolis, Md. The new test, which is scheduled to go into use is linked to the Common Core standards, which Maryland adopted in 2010 under the federal No Child Left Behind law, and serves as criteria for students in math and ...
26, Mar 2015 - Ex-Con Enters Guilty Plea In Shooting Death Of Michigan State Student
The 20-year-old ex-convict told the judge that he went to the apartment "to rob the victim, pulled a gun out and got into an altercation and the gun started going off."
26, Mar 2015 - Inmate walks away from Blackburn Correctional Complex
A Blackburn Correctional Complex inmate walked off the prison grounds late Wednesday and has yet to be found, according to a press release.
26, Mar 2015 - 1 month prison, house arrest in smuggling of Dodgers' Puig
A South Florida businessman has been sentenced to a month in prison plus 5 months' house arrest for his role in the smuggling of Los Angeles Dodgers star Yasiel Puig out of Cuba.
26, Mar 2015 - Female Lawyers Allege Improper Searches On Prison Visits
State public safety officials are defending how a female attorney was searched at MCI Norfolk this week.
26, Mar 2015 - Ex-day care providers claim juror misconduct
Former Hamilton County home day care providers Daniel and Saundra Wahl have filed two separate briefs with the Indiana Court of Appeals alleging their trial was tainted by juror misconduct, Call 6 Investigator Kara Kenney reported.
26, Mar 2015 - Trial set in homeless man’s stabbing
Trial has been set for a 22-year-old Honomu man accused of the fatal stabbing of a homeless man.
26, Mar 2015 - Human services lawyer loses effort to revive pay lawsuit
The Mississippi Court of Appeals has dismissed a lawsuit filed by a lawyer for the state's human services agency over his salary. The Appeals Court on Tuesday denied William Satterfield arguments that his salary range at the Department of Human Services was between $40,000 and $70,000, lower than the range of $67,000 to $117,000 for lawyers at the attorney general's office. Satterfield said the ...
26, Mar 2015 - Holmen homicide suspect charged in La Crosse County court
The Holmen man charged with brutally killing his girlfriend stood mute at his first court appearance in La Crosse.
26, Mar 2015 - Middle school teacher arrested in sex assault bonds out of jail
The Irving Middle School teacher arrested Tuesday and charged with sexually assaulting a student has bailed out of jail.
26, Mar 2015 - Newly released inmates take Greyhound bus to freedom
“A lot of my homies got killed since I’ve been locked up." Barron Shannon left prison for the fourth time in less than a decade on a Greyhound bus.
26, Mar 2015 - Vermont man gets more than 4 years in cocaine case
BURLINGTON, VT. (AP) >> A 55-year-old Vermont man is going to prison for more than four years after pleading guilty to a federal conspiracy charge that he intended to distribute cocaine. Federal prosecutors say Albert Johnson was sentenced Friday by Vermont's Chief United States District Court Judge Christina Reiss to 50 months in prison.
26, Mar 2015 - MURDER FOR HIRE? Drew Peterson charged in alleged plot to kill DA
Authorities charged Drew Peterson -- a former Illinois cop convicted of murdering his third wife and the prime suspect in his fourth wife's disappearance -- with trying to hire a hit man to kill the lead prosecutor in his ex-wife's murder trial.
26, Mar 2015 - Wisconsin man to serve 19 years in federal prison for taking 14-year-old across state lines for sex
By Trish Mehaffey, The Gazette A Wisconsin man was sentenced to 19 years in federal prison Tuesday for taking a 14-year-old Maquoketa girl across state lines to have sex on four separate occassions. Christopher Heath-Lowther, 30, of Platteville, Wis., pleaded guilty to one count each of transporting a minor across a state line with intent to engage in criminal sexual activity and traveling ...
26, Mar 2015 - Former Pennsylvania sportscaster sentenced to prison for charity scam
By David DeKok HARRISBURG, Pa. (Reuters) - A former Pennsylvania sportscaster was sentenced on Wednesday to serve up to four years in state prison for defrauding some 200 people in a charity scheme. Don Tollefson, 62, of Philadelphia was found guilty in January of using unregistered charities and non-existent tickets to sporting events to scam people out of about $342,000. In addition to his ...
26, Mar 2015 - Lawyers negotiating plea deal for Bartlett cemetery owner
MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) — A plea agreement could be reached as early as Friday in the case of a Tennessee cemetery owner accused of burying multiple bodies in the same grave.
26, Mar 2015 - UPDATE: Jury working late on Casey Frederiksen's decision
UPDATE, 1 P.M.:  Casey Frederiksen's fate is in the hands of the jury. Attorneys for both sides wrapped up their closing statements early Tuesday afternoon.
26, Mar 2015 - Tuscaloosa City Council Agenda: March 2
The Tuscaloosa City Council will meet at 6 p.m. Tuesday in the council chambers on the second floor of City Hall, 2201 University Blvd. The following items will be on the agenda: Approving the Downtown/Riverfront Overlay District permit for 2114 University Boulevard. (Tabled Feb. 17, Feb. 10 and Jan. 27) Authorizing execution of Requisition No. 30 for payment from the Series 2014A Warrant Issue ...
26, 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.
26, Mar 2015 - Lawyers question Ga. execution action
JACKSON, Ga. — Lawyers for a death row inmate whose execution was postponed at the eleventh hour say prison officials were indecisive about whether they should go forward with a cloudy injection drug. Corrections officials in Georgia halted the execution of Kelly Renee Gissendaner late Monday “out of an abundance of caution” because the execution drug appeared cloudy. Lawyers for Gissendaner ...
26, Mar 2015 - Caregiver sentenced in death of man left outside for hours
JONESBORO, Ga. (AP) — A caregiver in Georgia has been found guilty of murder in the death of a developmentally disabled man who was left outside for 10 hours in subfreezing temperatures.
26, Mar 2015 - Prosecutors play 911 call of girl they say was run to death
An Alabama woman on trial for murder in her granddaughter's death called out the child's name time after time as the girl lay on the ground after collapsing, but didn't tell medics the girl had run for hours,...
26, Mar 2015 - Texas down to last dose of lethal injection drug after execution of gang hit man
A Mexican Mafia hit man convicted of beating and strangling a San Antonio woman because she didn't pay the gang's 10 percent tax on her illegal drug sales was executed Wednesday evening.
26, Mar 2015 - Ohio court awards wrongly imprisoned man over $1 million
A man who was sentenced to death for a killing he didn't commit and spent nearly four decades behind bars will receive more than $1 million from the state for wrongful imprisonment, a court ruled Thursday.
26, Mar 2015 - Ex-sailor sentenced to 20 years on child porn charge
NORFOLK A man was sentenced Friday to 20 years in prison - the maximum allowed - for receiving child pornography. Douglas Lawrence True, 23, formerly of Virginia Beach, pleaded guilty in U.S. District Court to the charge in November as part of a plea agreement.
26, Mar 2015 - Former California officer ordered to prison in theft case
A veteran San Francisco police officer who was convicted of stealing money and property from criminal suspects has been sentenced to more than three years in federal prison.
26, Mar 2015 - 50-year sentence thrown out for KCK killer
The Kansas Supreme Court has thrown out the 50-year prison sentence of a man convicted of fatally shooting his uncle in 2008 in Kansas City, Kansas.
26, Mar 2015 - Many counties follow Ala. Supreme Court’s ruling to stop issuing marriage licenses to same-sex co
TENNESSEE VALLEY (WHNT) – Many Alabama counties are changing their tune in regards to issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples. This, following a ruling Tuesday by the Alabama Supreme Court ordering them to stop the procedure. WHNT News 19 is checking with counties in north Alabama. We’ve learned Madison County has changed course. It was […]
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