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23, Jul 2014 - Onetime Pagan's Motorcycle Club 'enforcer' prison bound on gun charge
TAMPA — A man once known to law enforcement as the Florida "enforcer" for the Pagan's Motorcycle Club is headed back to federal prison to serve piggyback sentences for gun crimes.
23, Jul 2014 - Court Conversations: A sentence is both punishment and deterrent
Over the past 10 weeks, a Raleigh County Circuit Court judge has explained multiple court procedures to Register-Herald readers, including the arrest, home incarceration, grand jury and the trial.   This week, Judge H.L. Kirkpatrick will discuss what happens after someone pleads guilty to a crime, or a defendant is found guilty by a jury of his or her peers — sentencing.
23, Jul 2014 - Mercer man gets eight-year sentence on child porn charge
A Mercer County man was sentenced Tuesday to eight years and a month in prison on a federal child pornography charge, U.S. Attorney Booth Goodwin said.
23, Jul 2014 - Guardsman seeks light sentence in Ohio bomb case
An attorney for an Indiana Guardsman who pleaded guilty to having homemade explosive devices in his vehicle in Ohio is seeking time served plus 18 months of house arrest.
23, Jul 2014 - Gavel hammers at health law
DAVENPORT, Iowa — More than 24,000 Iowans and 168,000 people from Illinois selected insurance plans with the aid of taxpayer subsidies, which now are in doubt because of a federal appellate court ruling.
23, Jul 2014 - Federal appeals court rules Obamacare subsidies illegal
A federal appeals court has ruled that government subsidies under Obamacare are illegal in the 36 states with federal health exchanges. If the ruling stands, millions of people who purchased coverage through federal exchanges will lose their coverage.
23, Jul 2014 - Arbogast pleads guilty to heroin charges
Tiffany Arbogast, 24, of Lewisburg, West Virginia appeared in federal court in Beckley Wednesday to plead guilty to distributing heroin to an informant in December of 2012. Arbogast also admitted that she had distributed between five and ten grams of heroin over a period of time. She faces up to 20 years in prison and a fine of up to $1,000,000 when she is sentenced in October.
23, Jul 2014 - Conflicting rulings on Obamacare subsidies put Kansas consumers in limbo
TOPEKA — Conflicting federal court rulings are raising questions about whether consumers in Kansas and Missouri will continue to be eligible for subsidies when purchasing private health insurance through the Obamacare marketplace.
23, Jul 2014 - Man released from prison after more than 11 years, sues state over conviction
LITTLE ROCK (KATV)--A man spent 11 ½ years in prison, but was released after Special Prosecutor, Larry Jegley, dropped the charges against him in 2010.
23, Jul 2014 - Man formerly stationed at Vance AFB charged in ND with masquerading as FBI agent
The military veteran had been flagged by authorities before, wanted for writing bad checks in Oklahoma, Minnesota and Montana. He was charged in Payne County, Oklahoma, in May 2011, court documents show. That was just a month before his four-year stint with the Air Force ended at Vance Air Force Base, according to Air Force spokesman Mike Dickerson.
23, Jul 2014 - Bergdahl going out to S.A. restaurants, stores
SAN ANTONIO — The Army said Wednesday that Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl, the American POW released in a prisoner swap with the Taliban, has gone into San Antonio for dinners and other excursions, and that he has been welcomed by people he meets. “I can't give you specifics, just because I don't want people camping out at those places, but he's gone to restaurants, he's gone to supermarkets, he's gone to ...
23, Jul 2014 - Court: Washington County judge not required to testify in drug case
A visiting judge from Bedford County has ruled that Washington County’s president judge does not have to testify regarding a court-ordered search of another judge’s office.
23, Jul 2014 - Caldwell man sentenced for enticing children over the internet
CANYON COUNTY — A Caldwell man was sentenced Tuesday to 15 years in prison with five years fixed for enticing a child via the internet.
23, Jul 2014 - Charges dropped against Sikh for carrying Kirpan to airport
New York: A US court here has dismissedcriminal charges against a Sikh man for carrying a kirpan to acity airport. The New York City Port Authority Police Department in Mayhad issued a criminal summons in May to Maninder Singh forcarrying two kirpans through security checkpoint at the John FKennedy International airport here. The summons had charged Singh with violating city federalrules, which ...
23, Jul 2014 - Florida Supreme Court suspends lawyer 'tortured' by microchip
She is suspended after saying she's under mind control.
23, Jul 2014 - Robber who hit same bank, teller twice sentenced
A 24-year-old man who a month after being released from prison for a bank robbery held up the same bank and teller has been sentenced to more than 10 years behind bars.
23, Jul 2014 - XBiotech Announces Addition of Vice President of Clinical Operations
AUSTIN, Texas, June 23, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- XBiotech announced today that Gary Gonzales has joined the Company as Vice President of Clinical Operations. Mr. Gonzales will lead XBiotech's clinical trial team and manage the Company's international clinical operations. Mr. Gonzales joins XBiotech from INC Research where he managed large, global pivotal phase III trials. Mr. Gonzales has B.S. & M.S ...
23, Jul 2014 - St. Paul man's murder trial in Iowa delayed until 2015
The first-degree murder trial for John Bloomfield of St. Paul won't take place in Iowa until next year, according to online court documents.
23, Jul 2014 - Ohio drug dealer who bit WV State Trooper during 2012 traffic stop loses appeal of 35-year prison s
Robin Earl Slater, 52, of Langsville, Ohio, had a felony record, six loaded guns, thousands of dollars in cash and detailed drug ledgers in his possession when he bit a state trooper in the arm during a traffic stop in St. Albans, West Virginia, in 2012.
23, Jul 2014 - Aroostook County man serving murder sentence dies
Posted July 09, 2014, at 1:02 p.m. Last modified July 09, 2014, at 1:24 p.m. PORTLAND, Maine — An inmate at the Maine State Prison in Warren serving a murder sentence died at a Portland hospital early Wednesday, according to Maine Department of Corrections spokesman Scott Fish.
23, Jul 2014 - California Serial Rapist Released From Prison
Residents of Lake Los Angeles California are upset that the Pillowcase Rapist has been released from prison and is now living in their neighborhood. Christopher Hubbart was charged with raping over 40 women in the 1970's, using a pillowcase to muffle the sounds of their screams. Neighbors say they will hold protests until he has been removed from their area.
23, Jul 2014 - Wichita Falls Insurance Agents React to Affordable Care Act Rulings
President Obama's controversial Affordable Care Act is in the spotlight once again after two courts ruled differently over a key provision surrounding subsidies.
23, Jul 2014 - Federal appeals court sides with Vermont in campaign finance case
MONTPELIER -- The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit ruled for Vermont in a case seeking to overturn aspects of the state's campaign finance laws.
23, Jul 2014 - Youngstown man about to be sentenced arrested again
A Youngstown man convicted for a traffic crash that left a woman paralyzed, is arrested again, just moments before he is about to be sentenced for the other crime.
23, Jul 2014 - Cops, prosecutors balk at new law
Lowndes County District Attorney Forrest Allgood says the new law that reduces sentences for non-violent offenders was motivated by a desire to reduce costs to the state. He says the new law compromises public safety and goes too far.
23, Jul 2014 - AquaAlliance denied injunction for water transfers, presses on
The federal District Court in Fresno denied a legal effort by Chico's AquAlliance and the California Sportfishing Protection Alliance to stop water transfers this year.
23, Jul 2014 - NH state prosecutor Mazzaglia's friends 'did nothing criminal'
A state prosecutor said he had no reason to seek legal action against two witnesses who testified during last month's trial of convicted murderer Seth Mazzaglia despite them not calling for help - to police or medical services - after seeing the body of strangled University of New Hampshire student Elizabeth 'Lizzi' Marriott on the night of her death in October 2012.
23, Jul 2014 - Mom to be sentenced in shooting that paralyzed son
A Nevada woman who was convicted of shooting and paralyzing her son decades after she was acquitted of her husband's death is set to be sentenced.
23, Jul 2014 - Judge stirs controversy with Hobby Lobby blog post
A Nebraska federal judge is again drawing attention because of his personal blog, this time for using an obscene reference to suggest that the U.S. Supreme Court should not have heard the Hobby Lobby case.
23, Jul 2014 - Aramark's record in other prison systems
Aramark has contracts with Indiana, Ohio, Kentucky, Kansas and West Virginia and provided prison food for Florida.
23, Jul 2014 - San Diego gang member is at heart of U.S. Supreme Court privacy ruling
When David Riley, a 19-year-old member of San Diego's Lincoln Park gang, was arrested in August 2009 on suspicion of shooting at a rival gang member, it received little or no public notice.
23, Jul 2014 - Federal government moves to reduce sentences of 46,000 drug offenders
The U.S. Sentencing Commission voted Friday to slash the sentences of 46,000 inmates serving time for drug offenses, the latest move by federal officials to ease decades-old policies that have clogged the nation's prisons.
23, Jul 2014 - Montana AG asks court to uphold gay marriage ban
HELENA, Mont. (AP) — Montana's attorney general asked a federal court Thursday to uphold the state's constitutional same-sex marriage ban in response to a lawsuit that seeks to overturn it.
23, Jul 2014 - Child counselor charged with Medicaid fraud
Attorney General Scott Pruitt has filed charges in Oklahoma County District Court against an Edmond licensed professional counselor after investigators found alleged false claims for Medicaid reimbursement.
23, Jul 2014 - Judge won't free 551-pound man from house arrest
A 551-pound former pharmacist, confined to 30 months of house arrest for his role in a massive South Florida pill mill ring, now wants his sentence reduced.
23, Jul 2014 - Elite Panel of Judges to Pick Tech Winners in 15th Annual ITA CityLIGHTS Awards
The Illinois Technology Association has lined up 57 local luminaries to judge the 2014 ITA CityLIGHTS awards program, celebrating the best and the brightest in the Illinois technology community. The ITA ...
23, Jul 2014 - Trial date stands in Colorado theater shootings
CENTENNIAL, Colo. (AP) — Defense attorneys in the Colorado theater shooting case pleaded Tuesday for more time so they can interview a psychiatrist who conducted the first sanity evaluation of defendant James Holmes, but a judge stuck by a Dec. 8 trial date.
23, Jul 2014 - Things that don't change: Lawyers, businesses, giving big in Florida governor's race
TALLAHASSEE – In the everlasting battle between trial lawyers and the business lobby, not even a corporate outsider in the Governor’s Mansion changes Florida politics.
23, Jul 2014 - Skater Oksana Baiul ordered to pay legal fees
NEW YORK (AP) A New York judge has ordered figure skater Oksana Baiul to pay legal fees she caused NBC to incur when she sued the company.In awarding fees of at least $35,000 to NBC Universal Media and NBC Sports Network, Manhattan...
23, Jul 2014 - Feds bust Boca man for illegally taking, then shipping, Florida Keys lobster
A Boca Raton man pleaded not guilty in federal court in Key West Friday to taking, possessing, transporting and selling Florida Keys spiny lobster in violation of federal law. Click to Continue »
23, Jul 2014 - Judge orders Wilson to hand over James Brown documents
In 2009, former South Carolina Attorney General Henry McMaster brokered a deal to split James Brown's estate between his family, his widow, and his education charity which reportedly totals $4.7 million
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