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28, Jan 2015 - Prosecutors won't seek death penalty in Craigslist killing
NORRISTOWN (AP) Prosecutors say a central Pennsylvania man accused of having robbed and killed a suburban Philadelphia man he met on the Internet will not face the death penalty if he is convicted of first-degree murder.
28, Jan 2015 - Attorneys Want Kleinert Case Moved to Federal Court
Attorneys for a former Austin police officer claim he's immune from the criminal charges against him. A Travis County grand jury indicted Charles Kleinert on one count of reckless manslaughter after he shot and killed Larry Jackson Jr. in July 2013. As our Jeff Stensland explains, attorneys are trying to move the case to federal court.
28, Jan 2015 - Judge to rule on union's lawsuit against Maine mill sale
A federal judge will rule next week on a union's antitrust lawsuit that seeks to block the sale of a Maine paper mill to a Canadian metal recycler. Parties appeared in court Tuesday to respond to the International ...
28, Jan 2015 - Supreme Court agrees to block Oklahoma executions
By Lawrence Hurley WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Supreme Court on Wednesday agreed to temporarily block the execution of three Oklahoma inmates who are challenging the state’s lethal injection procedure. The court’s action means that convicted killers Richard Glossip, John Grant and Benjamin Cole will not be put to death using the sedative they object to until after the Supreme Court decides ...
28, Jan 2015 - Couple sentenced to 10 years in infant's death
Two people have been sentenced to 10 years in prison more than a year after the death of of their baby daughter, who died after being exposed to methadone.
28, Jan 2015 - Death row survivor: ‘A miracle happened to me’
After 20 years in prison — 17 on Ohio’s death row — 90 minutes is all that stood between Derrick Jamison and death.
28, Jan 2015 - Convicted Md. Rapist Seeks Reversal From US Supreme Court
Maryland man sentenced to 100 years in rape seeks reversal from U.S. Supreme Court.
28, Jan 2015 - Clinton man was sentenced to 12 years in federal prison for child porn
A 31-year-old Clinton man was sentenced to 12 years in federal prison for child pornography Thursday in Davenport. U.S. District Judge Stephanie Rose of the Southern District of Iowa sentenced Ryan Lynn Nelson following his guilty pleas last March to one count each of distribution, receipt and possession of child pornography. Nelson was also ordered to serve eight years of supervised release ...
28, Jan 2015 - David Mike appeals tribunal ruling upholding his JCPS termination to Jefferson Circuit Court
Former Louisville Male High School principal David Mike has filed an appeal in Jefferson Circuit Court asking for a judicial review of last month's state tribunal decision that affirmed his termination.
28, Jan 2015 - Alexander will be on house arrest with a GPS ankle monitor after her release
Marissa Alexander at Tuesday's sentencing hearing. Marissa Alexander, a woman who brought mass attention to Florida's stand your ground law, is expected to be released from the Duval County Jail on Tuesday.
28, Jan 2015 - Corbett: Prison population down for first time since 2009
HARRISBURG — Four years ago, Pennsylvania’s state prison population was expected to top more than 56,000 inmates by the end of 2014.
28, Jan 2015 - Worker who applied for job can sue over conditions
The U.S. Supreme Court said Monday it won’t stop a lawsuit by a southwestern Michigan road worker who complained about the conditions of a noisy, dirty job that he wanted.
28, Jan 2015 - Man exonerated in killing is gunned down in North Baltimore
In the late 1990s, Antoine Jerome Pettiford became a symbol for a broken justice system in Baltimore. Convicted of murder, his sentence was thrown out after a judge determined authorities had deliberately withheld key information.
28, Jan 2015 - Chicago pension reform litigation extends to second city fund
CHICAGO (Reuters) - Litigation seeking to derail changes to Chicago public worker pensions on constitutional grounds ensnared a second city retirement system on Monday. Attorney Clint Krislov said he filed a lawsuit in Cook County Circuit Court on behalf of members of the city's pension fund for laborers. That lawsuit followed one filed Dec. 16 by a coalition of labor unions against Chicago's ...
28, Jan 2015 - Court Upholds $5M Liability Cap in Indiana Stage Collapse Case
The Indiana Court of Appeals has upheld the state’s $5 million cap on liability damages in a case brought by a 13-year-old Ohio girl who was hurt when a stage collapsed at the Indiana State Fair. A three-judge panel rejected arguments by … The article Court Upholds $5M Liability Cap in Indiana Stage Collapse Case appeared first on Insurance Journal .
28, Jan 2015 - Kathleen Kane's woes traced to transcript's release
HARRISBURG — Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane's slide from political stardom to possible criminal defendant appears traceable to one place.
28, Jan 2015 - Pamela Meanes To Be Keynote At NJCU's Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration Luncheon On Jan. 21
JERSEY CITY, N.J., Jan. 9, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Pamela Meanes, the first African American to be elevated from associate to partner at St. Louis' largest law firm, Thompson Coburn LLP, and president of the National Bar Association, the oldest and largest association of predominately African-American lawyers, judges, and law professors and students in chapters throughout the world, will deliver ...
28, Jan 2015 - Supreme Court avoids lather, OKs inmate’s beard
The Supreme Court on Tuesday unanimously struck down an Arkansas prison ban on inmate beards, a remarkable legal victory for a habitual offender turned devout Muslim who started off representing… Click to Continue »
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 - Arizona driver's license ruling marks immigration victory for Obama
A federal judge issued a permanent injunction Thursday requiring Arizona to issue driver's licenses to immigrants who have been granted deferred action from deportation.
28, Jan 2015 - Ohio terror defendant due for first court appearance
A 20-year-old Ohio man arrested in an FBI sting and charged with plotting to set off bombs at the U.S. Capitol and shoot government officials is scheduled to make his first appearance in court.
28, Jan 2015 - IACC Supports MS AG's Investigation into Counterfeit Offerings on Google
WASHINGTON, Jan. 22, 2015 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- This afternoon, the International AntiCounterfeiting Coalition (IACC), a Washington, D.C.-based non-profit organization committed to combating trademark counterfeiting and piracy, filed a "friend of the court" brief urging the United...
28, Jan 2015 - Supreme Court case on key Obamacare provision takes up this senator’s account
Supreme Court case on a key provision in law takes up the question ?What did Ben Nelson Want??
28, Jan 2015 - Edward W. Brooke, former U.S. Senator, Oak Bluffs resident, dies at 95
Longtime Oak Bluffs seasonal resident, Edward W. Brooke, a Republican who was elected Massachusetts Attorney General and was the first African-American to be elected to the US Senate since Reconstruction, died Saturday. He was 95.
28, Jan 2015 - South Carolina judge tosses sit-in convictions for Friendship Nine
ROCK HILL, South Carolina (CNN) — A South Carolina judge on Wednesday threw out the convictions of the Friendship Nine, who were jailed in 1961 after a sit-in protest in Rock Hill, South Carolina, during the civil rights movement. “Today is a victory in race relations in America,” said Bernice King, daughter of the Rev. […]
28, Jan 2015 - Trial set for man charged with 18 counts of sexual abuse
An April trial has been scheduled for a 23-year-old Iowa City man accused of having sex with incapacitated women.
28, Jan 2015 - Eric Garner Grand Jury Records: Judge Postpones Hearing On Transcript Release Because Of Winter Sto
A New York judge postponed Wednesday a hearing on oral arguments for a release of transcripts and other records in the Eric Garner grand jury proceedings . The New York Civil Liberties Union said state Supreme Court Judge William E. Garnett moved the hearing to Feb. 5 because of this week’s snowstorm.
28, Jan 2015 - Michigan couple accused of keeping autistic son, 19, in cage make plea deal, face sentencing
BAD AXE, Mich. — A couple accused of keeping their 19-year-old adopted son in a cage at their home in rural eastern Michigan made a plea deal Thursday and face sentencing in March.
28, Jan 2015 - TEXT: Gov. Branstad’s 2015 Condition of the State speech
Gov. Terry Branstad’s 2015 Condition of the State Address, as prepared for delivery, is as follows: Madam Lieutenant Governor, Madam President, Mr. Speaker, leaders, justices, judges, legislators, elected officials, distinguished guests, family, friends and fellow Iowans, good morning. It is my honor to stand before you today in this great chamber — in front of a joint session of the Iowa ...
28, Jan 2015 - Jury selection begins in former firefighter's arson trial
Jury selection is scheduled to start in the trial of a former firefighter charged with setting five fires one morning in Durham.
28, Jan 2015 - Sparks fly in Oswego County court on Day 3 of the Gary Thibodeau hearing
Oswego County Court was off to a contentious start on Day 3 of the Gary Thibodeau hearing as attorneys from both sides addressed the judge about new evidence that the defense says it hasn’t had time to review.
28, Jan 2015 - College Athlete Drug Testing Upheld 21 Years Ago Today
Today marks the 21st anniversary of the California Supreme Court decision in Hill v. NCAA -- the case that upheld drug testing throughout college sports.
28, Jan 2015 - AL governor awards funds to help low-income residents with heating costs
Gov. Robert Bentley is awarding $37.6 million in grants to assist low-income families in Alabama with energy bills. The grants, issued to 22 community service agencies throughout the state, provide funds to help low-income families heat their houses this winter.
28, Jan 2015 - City attorney to investigate Fort Myers drug rehab facility
A heated Fort Myers City Council meeting unfolded Tuesday night after a drug rehab facility secretly opened its doors. The center, Sovereign Health, is located along the Caloosahatchee near Freemont Street.
28, Jan 2015 - Georgia set to execute Vietnam vet
The Georgia Supreme Court joined the state's parole board Tuesday in declining to stop the execution of Andrew Brannan, a decorated Vietnam War veteran convicted of murdering a 22-year-old sheriff's deputy in 1998. The justices denied a stay of execu...
28, Jan 2015 - Jury selection continues in Imperial Gangster trial
HAMMOND | Jury selection in the murder trial of Juan Briseno continued Tuesday with the interviewing of 13 potential jurors, eight of whom were deemed qualified and added to the pool of possib…
28, Jan 2015 - Judge delays new decision on Penn Valley cell tower case
A new Nevada County Superior Court Judge on the case of a Penn Valley building permit near a Verizon cell tower said Monday he needed more time to catch up on the four-year-old legal battle.
28, Jan 2015 - Heroin-Laced Bible Smuggle Attempt Into Jail Fails; Ohio Prison Bust 'Inventive' Drug Distr
Law enforcement officials in southwest Ohio arrested two people who were allegedly trying to smuggle a heroin-laced Bible into the Hamilton County Justice Center, authorities said.
28, Jan 2015 - ACLU: One-strike eviction law unfair to landlord, tenants
WILKES-BARRE, Pa. (AP) - The city was sued Thursday over a "one-strike" law it has used to seize rental property and evict tenants even when third parties are suspected of illegal drug or gun activity.
28, Jan 2015 - Gilbert church fights city sign ordinance
A small Gilbert churches' fight over its road sign is being heard on the big stage.The Supreme Court heard the case over whether the church should be able to use a directional sign, pointing people to it's services.
28, Jan 2015 - Charges dismissed against Hope Solo
Hope Solo and her husband Jerramy Stevens walk out of the courtroom of Judge Michael Lambo after a court hearing on Jan. 6, 2015 at Kirkland Municipal Court. Solo was accused of assaulting family members at her home in Kirkland but a judge dismissed the charges on Jan. 13.
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