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Second Oregon sex offender at Umatilla prison dies unexpectedly in just nine days
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15, Sep 2014 - Humble man sentenced for multiple convictions in healthcare fraud conspiracy
Lawrence Tyler, 42, has been ordered to prison for six years following his convictions of conspiracy to commit health care fraud, seven counts of health care fraud and one count of money laundering, a
15, Sep 2014 - Officer’s Heartfelt Words For Teen Who Shot Him
Before the teen who pled guilty to murdering a 6-year-old Saginaw girl left to begin his prison sentence, he listened to statements from the girl's parents, and the Arlington police officer he shot.
15, Sep 2014 - Obama Will Put Off Executive Actions On Immigration
In June, President Obama said he would act on his own to reshape U.S. immigration policies at the summer's end. But since then, he's come under pressure from fellow Democrats.
15, Sep 2014 - Georgia rules Melton case against GM can proceed
A Georgia judge has denied a motion by General Motors to dismiss a wrongful death case against the automaker and set a trial date for April 2016.
15, Sep 2014 - Georgia Supreme Court hears arguments over John Lampl perjury charge | VIDEO
A decision from Georgia Supreme Court justices could be the last step in getting the three-year old case against former Morrow City Manager John Lampl to trial — but it may take six months to be rendered.
15, Sep 2014 - Voters have choices in 5 races for circuit judge
Voters in the Pinellas-Pasco Sixth Judicial Circuit will see five circuit judge races on the ballot when they go to the polls for early voting or on Election Day on Tuesday.
15, Sep 2014 - Texas teen sentenced to life in prison for killing 6-yr-old girl
A male Texas teenager was sentenced to life in prison on Thursday for killing a six-year-old girl, wrapping her body in a tarp and leaving it on the side of a road, prosecutors said. Tyler Lane Holder, now 18 but 17 at the time of the crime in the Fort Worth area a year ago, reached a deal with prosecutors for the sentence, the Tarrant County District Attorney's office said. Holder pleaded ...
15, Sep 2014 - Tyler Holder Gets Life for Horrific Murder of Six-Year-Old Alanna Gallagher
Tyler Holder, the Texas teenager arrested last summer for the brutal slaying of six-year-old Alanna Gallagher, has been sentenced to life in prison plus 40 years. Despite the decision regarding Holder’s fate, however, the small town of Saginaw—which was home to both murderer and victim—is still struggling with fear in the wake of the killing. Tyler Holder Gets Life for Horrific Murder of Six ...
15, Sep 2014 - DNA Evidence Frees 2 Men Imprisoned for 30 Years
LUMBERTON, N.C. — A North Carolina judge overturned the convictions Tuesday of two men who have served 30 years in prison for the rape and murder of an 11-year-old girl after another man's DNA was recently discovered on evidence in the case. Superior Court Judge Douglass Sasser ordered the immediate release of Henry McCollum, 50, and Leon Brown, 46. The half brothers were convicted in the 1983 ...
15, Sep 2014 - Obama Will Put Off Executive Actions On Immigration | WUNC
Listening... Responding to fellow Democrats' concerns in a tight election season, President Obama will delay acting on his own on immigration issues until after November's midterm vote, the White House says.
15, Sep 2014 - Hire CCA, See No Evil
Immigration policies, the drug war, and lobbyists are keeping the private prison industry humming. No matter what sins a private prison company has committed, there seems to be no shortage of states willing to give it a second, third, and 10th chance. Take the Corrections Corporation of America, for instance, the largest private prison corporation [...]
15, Sep 2014 - Sex Ads, Canceled Mail and More: Homeowners' Nightmare
A new home for a California couple turned out to be a nightmare when a jilted neighbor signed them up for sex acts online, sent strangers to their home and canceled their mail, according to a felony suit in San Diego court.
15, Sep 2014 - Texas teen sentenced for killing 6-year-old
The 18-year-old pleaded guilty to sexually assaulting and suffocating 6-year-old girl in Fort Worth suburb
15, Sep 2014 - Bullet train opponents ask state Supreme Court to overturn decision
Opponents of the state's $68 billion bullet train project turned to the California Supreme Court on Wednesday to overturn a lower court ruling that said project officials have complied with a high-speed rail ballot measure approved by voters in 2008.
15, Sep 2014 - Exclusive: California's newest state Supreme Court justice discusses his rise
In first interview since appointment, former Stanford law professor Mariano-Florentino Cuellar expands on background that has taken him from life in Mexico to California Supreme Court
15, Sep 2014 - Fight over cemetery land goes to court
A battle over one man’s plan to build a home on cemetery land in Sandy Springs has gone to before the Georgia Court of Appeals. In 1900, Judge John Heard deeded a 1-acre plot of land off Heards Ferry Road as burial plots for his family and descendants. “I can’t even tell you how important it is,” Heard’s great-granddaughter, Nancy Smith, told Channel 2’s Mike Petchenik.  “I’m about to cry just ...
14, Sep 2014 - Gering Man Sentenced for Child Porn Conviction
A western Nebraska man has been sentenced to six years in federal prison for distributing child pornography.
14, Sep 2014 - Post-conviction relief trial set in burglary case
MASON CITY | A Mason City man's trial for post-conviction relief has been set for April 2015.
14, Sep 2014 - South Bend man sentenced to 9 years in prison for Southwest Michigan bank robberies
Love was sentenced by U.S. Chief District Judge Paul L. Maloney for the robbery of the Consumers Credit Union in Kalamazoo, the Southern Michigan Bank and Trust in Tekonsha, the Honor Credit Union in Berrien Springs, and the PNC Bank in Martin, Mich.
14, Sep 2014 - N.H. Supreme Court: Child rape convict's rights violated
CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — The state's highest court has reversed the sex assault convictions of a man charged with raping a child at a Newmarket day care center, ruling he was effectively in custody when police questioned him as he walked around his...
14, Sep 2014 - 3 arrests made in fatal 2013 shooting in Southlake Town Square
A federal indictment says vestigators say the suspects traveled from Mexico to Southlake intending to kill a Mexican attorney with reported ties to a drug cartel.
14, Sep 2014 - Missouri appeals court gets early voting challenge
At issue is a measure placed on the November ballot by the Republican-led legislature that would allow a six-day early voting period before future general elections. Read more
14, Sep 2014 - Judge expands court oversight of disability reforms
Saying delays “can no longer be tolerated,” a federal judge grants broad new powers to a court monitor.
14, Sep 2014 - Boston Bomb Lawyers Impersonated FBI in Russia, U.S. Says
Boston Marathon bombing defendant Dzhokhar Tsarnaev’s lawyers were kicked out of Russia for pretending to be tourists and impersonating Federal Bureau of Investigation agents during interviews, U.S. prosecutors said.
14, Sep 2014 - Ex-secretary in Texas gets 10 years for theft
SAN ANTONIO (AP) — A former secretary for a San Antonio medical-related business has been sentenced to 10 years in prison for stealing nearly $1 million from the company.
14, Sep 2014 - Judge: Tuesday election won't count in Peoria council race
After being left on the ballot not just once, but twice now, an Arizona judge has made a ruling in favor of a running city council candidate Dr. Ken Krieger.
14, Sep 2014 - Federal court rules on Exeter Hospital's lawsuit
CONCORD, N.H. (AP) - A federal judge in New Hampshire dismissed a lawsuit Thursday brought by Exeter Hospital against a staffing agency that had once worked with a cardiac technician who infected 32 of the hospital's patients with hepatitis C virus. U.S. District Judge Steven McAuliffe said the ...
14, Sep 2014 - Media and ACLU sue Oklahoma over right to watch executions
Oklahoma prison officials violated the 1st Amendment when they closed the blinds to witnesses during a botched execution in April, media and civil liberties advocates allege in a federal lawsuit filed Monday.
14, Sep 2014 - No charges in mom's truancy-linked jail death - Quincy Herald-Whig | Illinois & Missouri News,
PHILADELPHIA (AP) - A southeast Pennsylvania woman who died during a weekend jail stint over school truancy fines had complained of breathing problems and seen a prison nurse earlier that day, a state police review says.
14, Sep 2014 - Manlius music teacher sentenced to 2 years in prison for sex crimes
A Manlius musician studying to become a teacher is sentenced to 2 years in state prison and 10 years post-release supervision for sex crimes with two 15-year-old girls from 2011 and 2012.
14, Sep 2014 - Kansas Democrat sues to get name off Senate ballot
TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — The Democratic candidate in Kansas' Senate race is asking the state Supreme Court to remove his name from the ballot, a move designed to boost the chances of the independent candidate challenging longtime Republican Sen. Pat Roberts.
14, Sep 2014 - Murder trial for Alabama grandmother rescheduled
GADSDEN, Ala. (AP) — The trial of an Etowah County woman accused of making her granddaughter run until she collapsed and died has been rescheduled. The Gadsden Times reported (http://bit.ly/1peloAq ) Tuesday that Etowah County Circuit Judge William Ogletree issued an order moving the trial for 49-year-old Joyce Hardin Garrard to Feb. 23, 2015. The order says the case has been rescheduled ...
14, Sep 2014 - US seeks life in prison for Bin Laden son-in-law Abu Ghaith
NEW YORK: The United States on Monday said Suleiman Abu Ghaith, a son-in-law of Osama Bin Laden, should spend the rest of his life in prison following his conviction on terrorism-related charges.
14, Sep 2014 - Berkeley County man gets three years after beating woman
A Berkeley County man who severely beat a woman was sentenced to three years in prison Tuesday, according to the 9th Circuit Solicitor's Office.
14, Sep 2014 - Vote Patricia Conway for county attorney
I am writing to express my support for the candidacy of Patricia Conway to be the next Rockingham County attorney. This is a very important job, and in my opinion, while others may have qualities applicable to the position, attorney Conway is the most...
14, Sep 2014 - L.A. schools program aims to keep kids out of courts
Effort aims to keep police involvement in minor school infractions to a minimum in L.A. schools.
14, Sep 2014 - Peanut butter killed his mom; now son watches company leadership stand trial
ALBANY, Georgia (CNN) — It was in a bland, windowless third-floor courtroom here that Jeff Almer first locked eyes with the man he holds responsible for his mother’s death. Shirley Mae Almer, 72, survived lung cancer and a brain tumor. But not peanut butter. One of America’s favorite foods — tainted with salmonella — killed […]
14, Sep 2014 - Ex-Isle of Palms woman accused of kidnapping daughter to be extradited from Australia
Judicial authorities in Australia have ordered a former Isle of Palms woman accused of abducting her infant daughter in 1994 and eventually resettling in that country to be extradited and tried on federal charges in South Carolina, attorneys said Thursday.
14, Sep 2014 - Oxford man sentenced for child pornography
LINCOLN, Neb. -- United States Attorney Deborah R. Gilg announced that Vance David Baumbach, 37, formerly of Oxford, Nebraska, was sentenced today in Lincoln, Nebraska, to 15 years in prison by United States Senior District Judge Richard G. Kopf, for receiving child pornography.
14, Sep 2014 - Corrections agency seeks funding, staff increases
DES MOINES | The Iowa Board of Corrections on Friday approved a 4 percent boost in spending for fiscal 2016 that would add 176 new staff positions in the $394 million request that would fund Iowa's prison system and community-based facilities for the 12-month period beginning July 1.
14, Sep 2014 - Prison company pays $8 million in back wages
The nation's largest private prison company, Corrections Corp. of America, has paid more than $8 million in back wages and benefits to current and former employees guarding federal inmates at a prison ...
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