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20, Dec 2014 - Sandusky won't get his pension back
Photo courtesy of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania State Employees' Retirement Board. Former assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky testifies via webcam at his pension hearing in Harrisburg on Jan. 7, 2014.
20, Dec 2014 - Federal judge overturns Arkansas marriage ban
Arkansas's constitutional amendment banning gay marriage was struck down by US District Judge Kristine Baker, which could pave the way for county clerks to resume issuing licenses. 
20, Dec 2014 - Florida corrections chief stepping down
Gov. Rick Scott's corrections chief, Mike Crews, announced Monday he is stepping down from the agency grappling with reports of abuse by prison guards, allegations of retaliation against whistleblowers and a multimillion-dollar deficit.
20, Dec 2014 - NY court: Chimps don't have same rights as humans
A New York appeals court says a chimpanzee isn't entitled to the rights of a human and doesn't have to be freed by its owner.
20, Dec 2014 - Davis County lawmaker wants jail fees legal again
A Davis County lawmaker wants to clarify Utah law so that jails can make inmates pay for at least some of what it costs to keep them behind bars. Rep. Paul Ray, R-Clinton, has a rough draft of legislation he is planning to introduce in January at the 2015 Utah Legislatureâs General Session. Provisions are still up for discussion but Ray said he wanted to allow jails to charge inmates, a practice ...
20, Dec 2014 - Ex-church volunteer faces 20-year max in porn case
PITTSBURGH (AP) - A former western Pennsylvania youth pastor faces up to 20 years in prison now that federal authorities have taken over the case, charging him with possessing hundreds of images and videos of child pornography, some with adults performing sex acts with infants.
20, Dec 2014 - Montana Supreme Court takes up coal tax dispute
Montana tax authorities were expected to argue Tuesday before the state Supreme Court that a Wyoming mining company owes $3.4 million for selling coal to affiliated companies at less-than-market prices. ...
20, Dec 2014 - Trial set in Broward Judge Imperato's DUI case
For her upcoming trial on DUI and reckless driving charges, Broward Circuit Judge Cynthia Imperato doesn't want the Palm Beach County jury to learn about her job.
20, Dec 2014 - Warrant dismissed after suspect discovered to be in prison at time of robbery
The Kanawha County Sheriff's Office (KCSO) says they may need to go back and interview witnesses to a robbery at the Budget Host Inn in Charleston, West Virginia.
20, Dec 2014 - Northwest Ala. man sentenced in grandmother's death
ATHENS, Ala. (AP) — A northwest Alabama man has been sentenced to life in prison in his grandmother's death. Limestone County District Attorney Brian Jones says 36-year-old James Paul Pigg of Athens pleaded guilty Monday in the March 2012 death of his grandmother, Barbara Delaney. Local media outlets reported that Pigg's trial was scheduled to begin Monday. Authorities have said Pigg assaulted ...
20, Dec 2014 - Isreal Williams previously convicted of killing Thomas Schadowsky in 2013
A man convicted of second-degree murder in the road rage shooting death of a man after a confrontation at a Northside gas station last year was sentenced Tuesday to life in prison.
20, Dec 2014 - Mississippi Gay-Marriage Rights Delayed by Appeals Court
Mississippi same-sex couples had best hold off on their rush to the altar. The federal appeals court in New Orleans temporarily blocked a lower-court ruling that would have let gay and lesbian couples legally obtain state marriage licenses beginning Dec. 10.
20, Dec 2014 - North Carolina's vague cyberstalking law makes it difficult for victims
Crimes from behind the laptop by Erin Tracy-Blackwood I'm a domestic violence victim, and I never thought I would be," says 38-year-old Melanie Johnson as she details her cyberstalking experience to me. "People try to give unsolicited advice all the time — call the police, get a restraining order — like I haven't tried these things over and over again. It's just not as easy as everyone thinks ...
20, Dec 2014 - Two Olathe residents plead guilty to operating multimillion-dollar designer drug business
KANSAS CITY, KAN. – Two Kansans pleaded guilty Monday to operating a synthetic drug business that generated at least $16 million in sales in less than two years, U.S. Attorney Barry Grissom said.
20, Dec 2014 - Jailed Ex-Billionaire's Lawyers Seek His Release
Ex-billionaire's lawyers seek his release from Montana jail after judge's contempt finding
20, Dec 2014 - Cherokee County men sentenced in armed robbery spree
TYLER, Texas – Two Jacksonville, Texas men have been sentenced in connection with a violent crime spree targeting area businesses in the Eastern District of Texas announced U.S. Attorney John M. Bales today.The sentences were handed down today by U.S. District Judge Michael Schneider. Jonathan Roshard Brown, 22, pleaded guilty on May 20, 2014, to interfering with interstate commerce by robbery ...
20, Dec 2014 - Ex-billionaire's lawyers seek his release from Montana jail after judge's contempt finding
BILLINGS, Mont. — Attorneys for jailed real estate mogul Tim Blixseth filed an emergency motion with a federal judge Friday seeking his release, saying the one-time billionaire was willing to provide whatever information the court wants.
20, Dec 2014 - Man gets 110 years in boy's death, girl's rape - Quincy Herald-Whig | Illinois & Missouri N
CAMDEN, N.J. (AP) - A New Jersey man was sentenced Thursday to 110 years in prison in the rape of a girl and the stabbing death of her 6-year-old brother who had come to her defense.
20, Dec 2014 - Volokh Conspiracy: Should an Oklahoma judge order a high school football game replayed?
The judge should not allow a referee's mistakes to serve as grounds for legal challenges. High school athletes need to learn to overcome adversity on the field, not in courtrooms.
20, Dec 2014 - Investigation completed into CCI inmate's death
An investigation is done into whether ten corrections officers beat and killed a Charlotte Correctional Institution inmate and the case has been turned over to the Florida Attorney General's Office. Sources told us Matthew Walker was beaten to death inside his cell.
20, Dec 2014 - No bond for 2 charged for hiding boy in Ga. home
JONESBORO, Ga. (AP) — A Georgia judge has denied bond for a man and woman charged with child cruelty and false imprisonment after police found the man's 13-year-old son hidden behind a false wall in the couple's metro Atlanta home.
20, Dec 2014 - Man gets 18 months for Subway cash register hacks
BOSTON (AP) — A man who hacked into computerized cash registers at Subway sandwich shops and stole more than $40,000 in gift cards has been sentenced in Boston to 18 months in prison.
20, Dec 2014 - Drug gang leader Petties sentenced to life term
MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) — The leader of a violent Memphis-based drug organization that teamed with Mexico's Beltran Leyva cartel to distribute drugs throughout the South was sentenced to life in federal prison Thursday.
20, Dec 2014 - 21 states ask federal court to overturn Maryland gun control law
HAGERSTOWN, Md. — Twenty-one states have asked a federal appeals court to overturn Maryland’s tough gun control law, contending that its provisions banning 45 assault ...
20, Dec 2014 - Prison relocation sites down to four as West Jordan property is pulled
One of the five remaining sites proposed for relocating the Utah State Prison dropped off the list.
20, Dec 2014 - Justices hear pregnancy discrimination case
The Supreme Court is weighing how much employers must do to accommodate pregnant workers under a federal law aimed at combating discrimination against pregnant women.
20, Dec 2014 - Racetrack owner found liable on all counts in civil racketeering trial
A federal jury on Monday found Illinois racetrack owner John Johnston liable on three counts in a civil racketeering case involving conduct engaged in by former Gov. Rod Blagojevich, and awarded $26.3 million in damages to four Illinois riverboat casinos including the Hollywood Casino Joliet and the Hollywood Casino Aurora
20, Dec 2014 - State Corrections Chief Resigns
Amid reports of abuse by state prison guards, allegations of retaliation against whistleblowers and a multimillion-dollar deficit, Gov. Rick Scott's corrections chief, Mike Crews, has announced that he's stepping down.
20, Dec 2014 - Man imprisoned for tattooing tot faces new charges
Lee M. Deitrick, 25, of 909 Clinton Ave. SW fled from policy responding to a call of a man waving a gun during an argument.
20, Dec 2014 - California man sentenced to 18 months for hacking into cash registers at Subway sandwich shops
BOSTON - A man who hacked into computerized cash registers at Subway sandwich shops and stole more than $40,000 in gift cards has been sentenced in Boston to 18 months in prison. U.S. District Judge Richard Stearns also sentenced 46-year-old Lake Elsinore, California, resident Shahin Abdollahi
20, Dec 2014 - Utah-based MonaVie unloaded overvalued shares on employees, suit says
A federal court lawsuit is accusing nutritional fruit juice marketer MonaVie LLC and its principals of financial shenanigans for selling shares to an employee retirement program at a premium, only to see the value crash nearly 100 percent. A proposed...
20, Dec 2014 - Thousands of arrest warrants invalid in Sentinel ruling
A recent Georgia Supreme Court decision is leading to the cancellation of thousands of arrest warrants in the CSRA. The ruling means anyone who received some kind of sentence or probation for a misdemeanor crime cannot have their probation extended, or tolled by a private company.“People who throughout the state of Georgia who have been given a sentence or probation let's say for one year of for ...
20, Dec 2014 - Saginaw Valley State University in Michigan offers English class on 'Orange is the New Black
Saginaw Valley State University in Michigan is offering a new course that focuses on the popular Netflix series "Orange is the New Black." Assistant Professor of English Kim Lacey will use the show about inmates of a female prison as a basis when she teaches Writing about Oppression on TV this winter.
20, Dec 2014 - Marion County Sheriff's Dept. Reaps Benefits from Drug Trafficking Case
The Marion County Sheriff’s Department will receive a check for $751,515 from the money confiscated during a marijuana trafficking case prosecuted in U.S. District Court in Chattanooga.    Jackie Morrison, 66, Ollie Frizzell, 53, Sammy Nance, 51, all of Whitwell, Tenn. ...
20, Dec 2014 - Legal questions for illegal immigrants, the new executive action
Undocumented immigrants wanting to stay in the U.S. are eager to find out what the president's plans mean for them. And they are asking questions of local immigration attorneys.
20, Dec 2014 - Illinois Supreme Court speeds up pension reform law appeal
CHICAGO (Reuters) - The Illinois Supreme Court on Wednesday fast-tracked the state's appeal of a trial court ruling that found a new law aimed at easing the state's huge pension burden unconstitutional. The court ordered public labor unions and retiree groups challenging the law and the state to file their briefs in January and February with oral arguments to be scheduled in March. Illinois ...
20, Dec 2014 - Protesters Arraigned After Arrests At Boston Rallies
Ten people have been arraigned in court after having been arrested at Boston rallies protesting a grand jury's decision to not charge a white police officer in the chokehold death of an unarmed black man in New York City.
20, Dec 2014 - Bryan Singer, Other Sex Abuse Defendants Could Face Long Court Battle (Analysis)
The defendants say they were never on Hawaii with plaintiff Michael Egan, but that may not stop the local federal court from exercising jurisdiction. read more
20, Dec 2014 - Fraudster gets prison for targeting Yakima victims
A California man who told Yakima residents that God taught him how to construct a laser that cured cancer will spend two years in federal prison after pleading guilty to medical fraud.
20, Dec 2014 - Courthouse bans NFL gear during Hernandez trial - News, Weather and Classifieds for Southern New En
FALL RIVER, Mass. (AP) - The Massachusetts judge overseeing former New England Patriots star Aaron Hernandez's murder trial has banned all NFL gear from the courthouse once the trial starts.
20, Dec 2014 - Homicide victim's family wants Kentucky's early prison release laws changed
Lawmakers sold House Bill 463 as sweeping prison reform in 2011 as a way to cut the taxpayers' cost on incarceration, but WDRB found it's letting dangerous criminals back onto the streets.
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