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28, Jan 2015 - Suspects Plead Guilty to Hate Crimes in James Craig Anderson Case; to be Sentenced in April
JACKSON, MS - John Louis Blalack, 20, and Robert Henry Rice, 24, has pleaded guilty to hate crimes in the case of James Craig Anderson, including the June 2011 assault on Anderson where he was beaten multiple times and run over with a vehicle.
28, Jan 2015 - Albuquerque police officers to face murder charges in death of homeless man
A New Mexico prosecutor bypassed the state grand jury process on Monday and filed papers asking a judge to bring murder charges against two Albuquerque police officers who shot and killed a homeless man at his illegal campsite last March.
28, Jan 2015 - Boston Marathon Bombing Jury Selection: Will Dzhokhar Tsarnaev Get A Fair Trial? Yes, If 'Exten
Dzhokhar Tsarnaev’s trial is taking place only 15 minutes from the site of the 2013 Boston Marathon bombing, but he will likely still get a fair decision from jurors -- if attorneys on both sides of the case take their time choosing a jury. They'll have to use extreme care in selecting jurors who are unbiased and able to reach a verdict based solely on the evidence presented in court.
28, Jan 2015 - Court measure, billed as move toward congeniality, seen as rip on Abrahamson
The left-leaning Center on Media and Democracy called it “a coordinated GOP attack” on Chief Justice Shirley Abrahamson. Neil Heinen, editorial director of WISC-TV in Madison, said it “borders on frivolous abuse of the constitutional amending process.”
28, Jan 2015 - Residential centers offer ‘bridge’ to community after prison
CEDAR RAPIDS — Earlier this year, Kenny Emerson was homeless, unemployed, struggling with alcohol abuse and running afoul of the law. After being arrested on an assault charge, Emerson said his probation officer recommended he try the Hope House — an Iowa Department of Corrections residential center in Coralville. Emerson is proud to say the move was life-changing. “I went from being unemployed ...
28, Jan 2015 - Cass Lake man receives 60 months in prison in September shooting
Brainerd Dispatch BEMIDJI - A Cass Lake man who shot a White Earth man in the leg in September was sentenced this week in Beltrami County District Court for felony assault and...
28, Jan 2015 - Four men arrested for taking Venus Flytraps
PENDER COUNTY, NC (WWAY) -- According to officials, four men were arrested in Pender County Saturday for taking Venus flytraps. As of December 1, 2014, the offense for taking the plant was upgraded to a felony. Wildlife Officers arrested Paul Simmons, 49, Paul Simmons Jr., 22, Jimmy Wortham, 23, and Malcolm Massey, 30, and are being held in Pender County Jail. All four men are charged with ...
28, Jan 2015 - Iowa man who made Facebook postings about mass murder wins appeal
A court is throwing out the harassment conviction of an Iowa man who posted disturbing photos about mass murder on Facebook.
28, Jan 2015 - The wait-and-see…
A Florida Senate committee on Monday launched a preliminary review of the state's beleaguered prison system, taking a first glance at how inmate deaths are being scrutinized since reports of abuse and corruption were published last year.
28, Jan 2015 - Judge rejects 2 farm groups' lawsuit to block release of EPA data on Minnesota, Iowa farms
MINNEAPOLIS — A federal judge has rejected a lawsuit by two major farm groups that sought to block the release of data on large livestock farms in Minnesota and Iowa.
28, Jan 2015 - Nevada County judge lifts gridlock on Penn Valley permit near cell tower
In an unexpected sideways turn, Nevada County Superior Court Judge Sean Dowling has removed a key roadblock for a Penn Valley couple to obtain a building permit on their property near a Verizon cell tower.
28, Jan 2015 - Man Sentenced for Making Meth
Jackson Ohio Prosecutor Justin Lovett says Marcus Williams, II, of Beaver, Ohio, was recently sentenced.
28, Jan 2015 - Man Executed for Killing Fellow Inmate
A man convicted in the killing of a fellow inmate has been executed in Georgia despite claims by his lawyers that he was intellectually disabled. Warren Lee Hill was put to death by injection of a single drug Tuesday at the state prison in Jackson. The 54-year-old was pronounced dead at 7:55 p. ...
28, Jan 2015 - Judge orders $2M restitution for dogfighting
MONTGOMERY, Ala. -- A federal judge in Alabama ordered participants in a high-stakes dogfighting operation to pay a record $2 million in restitution for their animals' care.
28, Jan 2015 - Ex-Ga. fire officials sentenced for tipping off drug dealers
An ex-Spalding County firefighter and a battalion chief have been sentenced for warning drug dealers of upcoming police investigations.
28, Jan 2015 - AM Roundup: In Boston Bombing Trial, Dueling Portraits of Defendant
Law Blog rounds up the morning's legal news.
28, Jan 2015 - Brazil Orange Baron Becomes Billionaire as Florida Output Sours
Jose Luis Cutrale, chief executive officer of Sucocitrico Cutrale LTDA, walks the grounds at the Allen & Co. Media and Technology Conference in Sun Valley, Idaho, U.S., on Wednesday, July 10, 2013. Executives from media, finance and politics mingle at the mountain resort between presentations on business trends and social issues, brought together by New York investment banker Herb Allen.
28, Jan 2015 - Vietnam vet slated for execution in Georgia
Lt. Andrew Brannan's defense failed to convince clemency board that his death sentence should be commuted to life in prison
28, Jan 2015 - Florida counties will issue same-sex marriage licenses starting Tuesday
For same-sex couples in Florida, the chance to get married seemed like an impossible dream, but thanks to a federal court ruling overturning Florida's gay marriage ban, tens of thousands of couples are planning to exchange vows starting Tuesday.
28, Jan 2015 - Cook County man pleads guilty to double murder
Bo Rutland pled guilty Monday afternoon to the beating deaths of Frances Lisa Hall and her infant daughter, Jersi Rayne Hall, in May of 2013. Rutland received a sentence of life without parole on both counts.
28, Jan 2015 - Judge: Suit from former NIU police chief can go forward
A federal judge in Chicago has refused to toss a 2014 civil rights lawsuit by a former police chief at Northern Illinois University.
28, Jan 2015 - Alan Dershowitz, Prince Andrew And Paul Cassell: Who's The Victim?
Civil lawsuits are not acts of state: to the contrary, they are disputes between private parties. No permission or license is required to file such a suit (though a filing fee may have to be paid to the court that will eventually hear the matter). There exists in principle no [...]
28, Jan 2015 - Lawsuit between county, Vargas settled
A lawsuit filed by Martin Medrano Vargas against Washington County and Sheriff Jerry Dunbar – individually and in Dunbar’s capacity as sheriff — on June 26, 2013 was reported tentatively settled out of court earlier this week. Medrano-Vargas’ attorney, Des Moines-based Brandon Brown, filed a notice of settlement Monday in U.S. District Court, Southern District of Iowa in Des Moines. Brown ...
28, Jan 2015 - Texas prison bus hit by train, at least 10 killed
© Mark Sterkel/The Odessa American/AP Photo Authorities at the scene of a prison transport bus which fell onto train tracks near Penwell, Texas, January 14, 2015.
28, Jan 2015 - Morrisey gives pay raises
By Eric Eyre The West Virginia Attorney General has handed out promotions and salary hikes to his high-ranking staff members, following a major exodus of lawyers who departed to work for the Legislature. Earlier this month, Patrick Morrisey appointed Misha Tseytlin as general counsel, according to a memo obtained by the Gazette. Tseytlin, a former deputy attorney general, received a $6,500 pay ...
28, Jan 2015 - Benson relatives sue for control of Saints, Pelicans
A federal court jury is set to resume deliberations in the case of a Vermont man accused of committing war crimes in his native Bosnia 21 years ago and then lying to U.S. immigration authorities about his actions.
28, Jan 2015 - Journalist linked to Anonymous gets five years' prison
Barrett Brown, arrested in 2012, was originally charged with collaborating with hackers but later pleaded guilty to lesser charges including accessory to the unauthorized access of a protected computer. "United States of Injustice: Barrett Brown sentenced to 63 months in federal prison," said a tweet from the group "Free Barrett Brown" after the sentencing in federal court in Dallas, Texas ...
28, Jan 2015 - NJ Man Sentenced In Bizarre Narwhal-smuggling Case
A New Jersey man accused of smuggling narwhal tusks into the United States is going to federal prison for 33 months.
28, Jan 2015 - Ex-director of county drug task force sentenced in NE Ohio
A drug task force's former director found guilty of charges including theft in office has been sentenced in northeast Ohio to 1½½ years in prison.
28, Jan 2015 - Bishkek Court Sentences US Military Employee to Four Years in Prison
Sverdlovsk district court of Bishkek has sentenced Brandon Cornelius, an employee of the US military transit center at Manas international airport near Kyrgyz capital, to four years in prison, the spokesperson of the Supreme Court of the Republic of Kyrgyzstan told RIA Novosti Monday.
28, Jan 2015 - With prison still empty, tiny Thomson faces bond debt
Even though it looks like the Thomson Correctional Center is finally on track to open, officials in the small northwest Illinois village are worried about their ability to pay off the remains …
28, Jan 2015 - Judge orders release of man who killed FBI agent in 1990
A federal judge ordered the release of a Nevada death row inmate who had been convicted of the June 1990 shooting death of FBI Special Agent John Bailey inside a Security Pacific Bank branch in Las Vegas.
28, Jan 2015 - Former political boss admits sex charge
Former North Greenbush Democratic political chairman F. James "Jimmy" Germano has pleaded no contest in a Florida courtroom to a felony charge that he asked for sex from a schoolboy and his mother on a Vero Beach street. Florida State Attorney Bruce Colton has said that, Germano, 86, was charged with lewd and lascivious acts on a child, procuring a minor for prostitution and soliciting for ...
28, Jan 2015 - Miss. High Court Hears Landmark Same Sex Case
DeSoto County's landmark same sex divorce case went before the Mississippi State Supreme Court Jan. 21 in Jackson. The case involves a lesbian couple from DeSoto County whose divorce was denied.
28, Jan 2015 - Immigration attorney offers insights for ag employers
Tue, 27 Jan 2015 00:14:54 GMT By Ross Courtney Yakima Herald-Republic Color/BlackColor/BlackRoach Tom Roach doesn’t expect Congress to overhaul immigration laws this year, or even next year. But it will happen, he said. “Sooner or later … there’s going to be another amnesty like 1986,” said the Pasco attorney with 30 years of immigration experience. ...
28, Jan 2015 - Trial continues for man accused in deadly shootings
The trial for a man accused in two 2013 shooting deaths started Tuesday, Jan. 20. The trial continues Wednesday in Jackson, Missouri.
28, Jan 2015 - Judge hears suit challenging veterinary board members' credentials
Pulaski County Circuit Judge Chris Palmer heard arguments Monday about whether a Hot Springs Village veterinarian's lawsuit challenging the credentials of state veterinary regulators should be allowed to proceed or be thrown out of court.
28, Jan 2015 - Former Illinois town official to pay steep penalties in SEC case
A federal judge ordered the former comptroller and financial adviser to Harvey, Illinois, to pay more than $200,000 as part of a judgment over the misuse of municipal bond proceeds. Federal District Judge Amy St. Eve ordered Joseph Letke to pay disgorgement, interest and penalties totaling $217,115 and barred him from participating in any municipal bond deals, the Securities and Exchange ...
28, Jan 2015 - Neuros Medical Enrolls First Patients in Pivotal Study for Post-Amputation Pain
Neuros Medical, Inc., a medical device company, announced it has enrolled the first patients in its pivotal clinical trial to evaluate the Company’s patented Altius® System High Fr
28, Jan 2015 - Man About To Go To Trial For New Britain Murder Pleads Guilty
NEW BRITAIN — A Bristol man who was about to go on trial for murder pleaded guilty on Thursday and will be sentenced next month, according to the court clerk's office.
28, Jan 2015 - Warrants issued in connection to disappearance of Marietta couple
There are new developments in the case of a missing Marietta couple.The Telfair County Sheriff's office issued warrants for the arrest of Ronnie Adrian Towns Sunday afternoon.One warrant is for making
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