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27, Jan 2015 - Colorado’s Top Judge Pleads For Courthouse Repairs
Colorado's top judge says some of Colorado rural courthouses are "really terrible" and need immediate repairs.
27, Jan 2015 - New Jersey Man Sentenced In Federal Court On Sex Charges
A New Jersey man was sentenced to 10 years in federal prison for transporting a minor across states lines with intent to have sex with her.
27, Jan 2015 - Jones throws hat into ring for county judge
SUNBURY - Magisterial District Judge Hugh A. Jones is the first candidate to throw his hat into the ring for Northumberland County's judge election in 2015. Jones, who announced his candidacy Monday, has served as magistrate for the Riverside-Elysburg-Mount Carmel area since being appointed by the bench in 2009 after the retirement of Michael Mychak. He won election in 2011. It's expected two of ...
27, Jan 2015 - Testimony resumes in former Eutawville police chief murder trial
A white ex-police chief in South Carolina told investigators he feared for his life when the black man he was trying to arrest started to drive off with the chief caught in the door of his pickup truck.
27, Jan 2015 - Judge probes if NC schools move weakens learning standard
A changed definition of which children are on-track in their learning progress despite still needing help is part of North Carolina setting higher academic expectations, a top state school official said Wednesday.
27, Jan 2015 - American Indians carry torch to stop Keystone XL
PIERRE, S.D. - Native American and other interveners in South Dakota’s process for TransCanada Corp.’s Keystone XL Pipeline permit in the Great Sioux Nation were left to carry the torch of opposition on Jan. 9, when the U.S. House of Representatives approved a bill to force federal approval and the Nebraska Supreme Court okayed the contested tar-sands crude-oil route through the neighboring state.
27, Jan 2015 - Maryland family challenges state cap on damage awards
In a case closely watched across the state, relatives of a Prince George's County man killed by police asked Maryland's top court Monday to strike down a law that cut their damage award from $11.5 million to $400,000.
27, Jan 2015 - Muslim prisoner wins Supreme Court case to keep his beard
The Supreme Court ruled unanimously for a Muslim prisoner Tuesday, deciding he has a religious-freedom right to grow a half-inch beard.
27, Jan 2015 - Idaho shooting suspect makes initial court appearance
SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) — A man suspected in the shooting deaths of his adoptive mother and two others in Idaho made an initial court appearance Monday in Washington state, where he was ordered held on $500,000 bail.
27, Jan 2015 - Georgia death row inmate with IQ of 70 is denied clemency
Warren Lee Hill, a death row inmate with a mild intellectual disability, was denied clemency by a Georgia parole board Tuesday morning and is scheduled to be executed at 7 p.m. unless the U.S. Supreme Court intervenes.
27, Jan 2015 - Paulsen calls for Legislature to investigate prison construction delays
DES MOINES — The speaker of the Iowa House has called for a legislative investigation into delays in the opening of a new maximum security prison. “I’m absolutely hearing from people” on the construction problems that have delayed for months the opening of the $132 million prison, Speaker Kraig Paulsen, R-Hiawatha, said Monday, the first day of the 20156 legislative session. The 800-inmate Iowa ...
27, Jan 2015 - County judge to rule on Martin Luther King Jr. family dispute
Two of MLK's sons want to sell their dad's traveling bible and Nobel medal, and are trying to force sister Bernice to turn them over
27, Jan 2015 - 'Evil' British preacher Abu Hamza jailed for life in US
New York (AFP) - A US judge on Friday sentenced British hate preacher Abu Hamza to life behind bars for the deadly kidnapping of Western tourists in Yemen and terrorism, calling him "evil" and his crimes "barbaric."
27, Jan 2015 - New Jersey says it’s ready for the Blizzard of ’15; travel ban declared on all roads
The Northeast will wake up Tuesday to closed schools, restricted regional travel and reduced local services as the cleanup begins from what was anticipated to be one of the region's worst winter storms in decades. A statewide ban was issued Monday night on almost all private traffic from any public road in the state, starting at 11 p.m.
27, Jan 2015 - Wisconsin man who killed, dismembered St. Paul man gets 40 years
A Wisconsin man was sentenced Wednesday to 40 years in prison in the fatal shooting and dismemberment of a Minnesota man.
27, Jan 2015 - Claim dropped against town manager
Following a blunt suggestion from a three-judge panel, an attorney for former Raymond Selectman Dana Desjardins quickly discarded his client’s longstanding complaint against Town Manager Don Willard, during oral argument Jan. 6 at a Boston federal appeals court.
27, Jan 2015 - Judge opens inquiry into death of ex-Russian spy Litvinenko
A British judge opened an inquiry Tuesday into the death of Alexander Litvinenko, a former Russian intelligence agent who died from radioactive poisoning in London in 2006.
27, Jan 2015 - Movie tells tale of 1988 Dallas Carter HS football team
The 1988 Dallas Carter High School football team stormed its way to a state championship -- only to be brought down by an armed robbery scandal which sent half a dozen players to prison. Now the sensational story is a movie that could get released sometime in 2015.
27, Jan 2015 - Williamstown man found not guilty of rape, abuse of teen
PITTSFIELD>> A Williamstown man accused of sexually assaulting a girl who was 15 has been acquitted by a Berkshire Superior Court jury.
27, Jan 2015 - Here's what to know about the judge in the Boston Marathon bombing trial
U.S. District Judge George O'Toole Jr. is presiding over the trial of Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev. O'Toole has handled several high-profile trials since he became a federal judge two decades ago.
27, Jan 2015 - Inmate accused of running drug ring from Ohio prison; 13 indicted
CLEVELAND- Three people were indicted in a drug ring operated out of Ohio prisons. The 30-count indictment was unsealed on Monday and accuses Fernando Auces, 50, of controlling a multi-state drug operation while he was an inmate of the Allen Correctional Institute in Lima. According to the indictment, heroin from Indiana and Texas was sold […]
27, Jan 2015 - South Dakota's same-sex marriage ban unconstitutional, judge rules
South Dakota's voter-approved same-sex marriage ban is unconstitutional, a federal judge ruled Monday, making it the latest in a string of marriage bans to fall nationwide.
27, Jan 2015 - Polk County armed robbery suspects tell their side
Deputies spent the day interviewing four men they say were responsible for a brazen crime spree that
27, Jan 2015 - Right to die: Court hears arguments for, against
On Monday, an appeals court heard both sides of whether New Mexico doctors should be allowed to help terminally ill patients end their lives.
27, Jan 2015 - Law Office of Andrew S. Kryder Wins Prestigious 2014 Litigator Award
Law Office of Andrew S. Kryder, LLC named 2014 Litigator Award Winner™. Having been conferred this prestigious National Award, the firm ranks among the Top 1% of all lawyers for: Catastrophic Injury and Personal Injury Litigation. (PRWeb January 20, 2015) Read the full story at
27, Jan 2015 - Alleged Silk Road 2.0 'key assistant' charged
A 26-year-old man has been charged with three counts of conspiracy for his alleged role in running Silk Road 2.0, which launched shortly after the demise of the first iteration of the infamous underground market. Brian Richard Farrell, of Bellevue, Washington, is charged with conspiracy to distribute heroin, methamphetamine and cocaine in U.S. District Court in Seattle, according to the U.S ...
27, Jan 2015 - Battle of the Bands set for Jan. 31
Musicians, judges Musicians for Judge Goostrey’s band include, Herb Flowers, Johnnie Trammel, Rafe Tenny, Cindy Bellows and Jim Kulas. Judge Idding’s band has yet to be announced. ...
27, Jan 2015 - Appeals court denies lobbyist's bid to blow hole in campaign finance law
A federal appeals court on Monday upheld the conviction of a Nevada lobbyist, attorney, and developer for making illegal campaign contributions in 2007 to Sen. Harry Reid (D) of Nevada. F. Harvey Whittemore was convicted of funneling $145,000 to Senator Reid’s 2010 reelection campaign by distributing the money to relatives and employees who subsequently used the funds to make contributions to ...
27, Jan 2015 - Appeals court weighs law voiding teacher job protections
RALEIGH (AP) — The North Carolina Court of Appeals began hearing a case Thursday on whether legislators violated the state Constitution by passing a law cutting job protections for veteran teachers.
27, Jan 2015 - Hinckley won’t face murder charges in death of James Brady
WASHINGTON — Federal prosecutors said they will not charge John Hinckley with murder in the shooting of President Ronald Reagan’s press secretary in a 1981 assassination attempt, even though a medical examiner concluded his August death was caused by the old wounds. The decision, announced Friday by the U.S. Attorney for the District, comes four months after the coroner decided that James Brady ...
27, Jan 2015 - Tooele, Grantsville leaders sign resolutions opposing proposed prison site
Officials from two cities near a Tooele County site being considered for prison relocation, oppose the move.
27, Jan 2015 - Netria sentenced on violation of Arms Export Control Act
CONCORD — Exeter corporation Netria, of 37 Industrial Drive, was sentenced Wednesday morning in United States Federal Court, New Hampshire Division, for violation of the Arms Export Control Act.
27, Jan 2015 - Farmers in dry California decry decision involving appeal
A tiny, threatened fish unique to California received protection Monday when the U.S. Supreme Court refused to consider an appeal by Central Valley farmers and water districts that want more water pumped ...
27, Jan 2015 - Trial to begin Monday for suspect in Elmore Co. child sex abuse case
A trial date has been set for one of the suspects involved in a child sexual abuse case in Elmore County.
27, Jan 2015 - Fire destroys 137-year-old Pennsylvania prison
By David DeKok HARRISBURG, Pa. (Reuters) - A turreted, Victorian-era jail, the site of Pennsylvania's last public hanging in 1879, was destroyed by a massive fire that forced the evacuation of hundreds of prisoners at gunpoint, officials said on Thursday. More than 200 firefighters from six counties battled the six-alarm blaze, which broke out at the Northumberland County Prison on Wednesday ...
27, Jan 2015 - Kane drug bust leads to chops-busting
Attorney General Kathleen Kane wanted to talk about a $1.7 million prescription drug scheme. Instead she faced tough questions about her own case.
27, Jan 2015 - Pakistani man accused of blasphemy gunned down and killed
Pakistani police say a 52-year-old Muslim man arrested for blasphemy was killed by gunmen after being released from jail.
27, Jan 2015 - OMG! Bay Area federal judge joins Twitter
Paul Grewal, a San Jose federal magistrate, has becomes the region's first federal judge with a public Twitter account, rare for judges around the country, who tend to shun social media.
27, Jan 2015 - U.S. sends five Guantanamo prisoners to Kazakhstan for resettlement
By Matt Spetalnick WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Three Yemenis and two Tunisians held for more than a decade at the U.S. military prison at Guantanamo have been flown to Kazakhstan for resettlement, the Pentagon said on Tuesday, the latest in a series of prisoner transfers aimed at closing the facility. The transfer of the five men followed a recent pledge by President Barack Obama for a stepped-up ...
27, Jan 2015 - California attorney general to launch bid for US Senate seat
California Attorney General Kamala Harris plans to become the first prominent Democrat to enter what's expected to be a full field in the 2016 race to replace Barbara Boxer in the U.S. Senate.
27, Jan 2015 - Conman who posed as Scots laird jailed for welfare scam
A conman who posed as Scots Lord while fleecing the authorities in America in a welfare scam has been jailed for a string of fraud offences.
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