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Lawsuit Filed Against Jody Kriss, Former Bayrock Executive & Founder of East River Partners
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Second Oregon sex offender at Umatilla prison dies unexpectedly in just nine days
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21, Aug 2014 - From Jail to Late-Night Salvation?
Believer’s Edge shines welcoming light on Santa Barbara County Jail’s departing inmates.
21, Aug 2014 - Former Va. governor's finances examined at trial - Quincy Herald-Whig | Illinois & Missouri New
RICHMOND, Va. (AP) - A forensic accountant hired as a defense witness will be back on the stand when the corruption trial of former Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell and his wife, Maureen, resumes in federal court in Richmond.
21, Aug 2014 - Former Va. governor to address marriage at trial - Quincy Herald-Whig | Illinois & Missouri News, S
RICHMOND, Va. (AP) - Former Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell will answer questions about the state of his marriage when his public corruption trial resumes in federal court in Richmond.
21, Aug 2014 - AFBF Again Urges Court to Restore State Authority in Chesapeake Bay Cleanup
WASHINGTON, D.C., August 21, 2014 – The American Farm Bureau Federation late yesterday asked a federal appellate court in Pennsylvania to reverse a lower court ruling that upheld pollution limits for the Chesapeake Bay watershed imposed by the Environmental Protection Agency.
21, Aug 2014 - Cadiz trial set for Nov. 20
Matthew Dowdel will go on trial in Harrison County Common Pleas Court on Nov. 20 for the murder of Joseph Strother of Cadiz.
21, Aug 2014 - Judges weigh 4 states' gay marriage cases
A federal appeals court judge hearing arguments in six gay marriage fights in a landmark hearing Wednesday expressed deep skepticism about whether the courts are the ideal setting for such major change, saying that the...
21, Aug 2014 - Wisconsin Supreme Court upholds Gov. Walker's public employee law
Frances Burns MADISON, Wis., July 31 (UPI) -- The Wisconsin Supreme Court upheld a state law Thursday that ended most collective-bargaining rights for most public employees.
21, Aug 2014 - Group asks for more prison reforms
MILWAUKEE (AP) — A coalition of church congregations demanding reforms within the Wisconsin Department of Corrections launched the second phase of its campaign Wednesday, calling on state offi…
21, Aug 2014 - Former Wilcox County Deputy sentenced to Prison
The Attorney General's Office says a former Wilcox County Deputy Sheriff was sentenced on Tuesday a year after attempting to posses with intent to distribute cocaine.
21, Aug 2014 - Cumru man charged in theft of millions in public money from PennDOT
A Berks County man is one of two people charged in the alleged theft of more than $3.6 million in taxpayer money. Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane announced the charges Thursday as part of an ongoing investigation of potential corruption and fraud involving PennDOT's District 6, which is made up of Bucks, Chester, Delaware, Montgomery and Philadelphia counties. Contractor Thanh Nguyen ...
21, Aug 2014 - Councilman accused of stealing pie turns himself in to police
Police said a town official suspected of stealing a pie from a grocery store surrendered to authorities Thursday morning, the day after a warrant for his arrest was issued.
21, Aug 2014 - Third Street shooting suspect awaits arraignment
Criminal homicide, robbery, conspiracy and weapons charges were held for court July 11 for the third suspect arrested in a June 18 shooting that left ...
21, Aug 2014 - Morley bank robbery suspect pleads guilty
CAPE GIRARDEAU - A suspect in the May 20 robbery of the First Commercial Bank in Morley, Missouri, pleaded guilty Monday in federal court.
21, Aug 2014 - Ex-Newark band director sentenced in sex case
NEWARK, Ohio — Before they hauled him off to prison for doing what a teacher is never supposed to do, Anthony Miller had one request for the judge. He wanted a few more days of freedom. He wanted to see his boy turn 1 on Sunday. Miller sobbed yesterday as his attorney asked for a delayed sentence. In the audience, his wife buried her face in her hands and wept, too. The prosecutor said no. The ...
21, Aug 2014 - Appeals court upholds proposed bullet train route
A state appeals court on Thursday upheld a proposed route for California's high-speed rail line connecting the San Francisco Bay Area to the Central Valley. The decision is a short-term win for Gov. Jerry ...
21, Aug 2014 - Drug courts, meant to aid addicts, now a battlefield of pot politics
Attorney David West can't pinpoint precisely when he started to sour on the rapid expansion of drug courts — but the karate episode stands out.
21, Aug 2014 - DUI was cause for Michigan State receiver’s spring suspension
Michigan State wide receiver Macgarrett Kings Jr. was suspended from team activities in the spring for a violation of teams rules. Now, according to court documents obtained by, the cause for the suspension is known; DUI. According to the information obtained in the court records, Kings Jr. was arrested and charged for driving under…
21, Aug 2014 - In the FCS Huddle: 2014 MEAC Preview
Over half of the FCS conferences have at least 10 teams - seven of the 13 - so navigating the schedule is an arduous process that demands talent, execution and luck for the championship team. Bethune-Cookman and South Carolina State have mixed a little more of that in the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference in recent seasons as at least one of them has won the title in five of the last six seasons ...
21, Aug 2014 - N.C. judge: Private school vouchers unconstitutional
RALEIGH- A North Carolina judge is ordering a stop to the use of taxpayer money to pay for tuition at private or religious schools.
21, Aug 2014 - Public hearing set on proposal to eliminate bar exam
The Iowa Supreme Court has set a public hearing for later this month on the proposed amendment recommended by the state bar to adopt “diploma privilege,” eliminating the bar exam for in-state law graduates. There are 23 people scheduled to present at the 9 a.m. Aug. 27, hearing, which includes attorneys, law professors and administrators, bar examiners and judges. There have been numerous ...
21, Aug 2014 - Reading bail bondsman sees himself as advocate for defendants
Frank Gallen has found himself in a few tight spots over the years.
21, Aug 2014 - The San Francisco Employment Law Lawyers at Blumenthal Nordrehaug & Bhowmik File a Lawsuit Against
The class action lawsuit claims that Kmart failed to pay overtime wages to their Loss prevention Managers (PRWeb August 06, 2014) Read the full story at
21, Aug 2014 - Sheriff Rodella, son face 10+ years in federal prison for March incident
For the first time in decades, a sitting elected sheriff in New Mexico has been arrested and is facing several federal criminal charges.
21, Aug 2014 - Berrien County Clerk to request emergency appeal against Benton Harbor recall ruling
The Benton Harbor mayoral recall election could be back on hold once again. Berrien County Clerk Sharon Tyler issued a statement Thursday afternoon announcing that the State of Michigan has encouraged her to request an Emergency Appeal against Judge John Dewane's ruling on Tuesday that authorized the recall election to be held in November.In her statement, Tyler said she had brought her concerns ...
21, Aug 2014 - Texan loses temper one time too many
David S. Terry, a Texas expatriate with a red-hot temper, ran into a Supreme Court justice on Aug. 14, 1889 and gave his mortal enemy a piece of his mind and the back of his hand.
21, Aug 2014 - Kasich urges legal community to help women get elected to the bench
Gov. John Kasich pleaded with hundreds of Republican-leaning lawyers and judges today to help five women he appointed to various judgeships win their races this fall, including Ohio Supreme Court Justice Judith L. French.
21, Aug 2014 - Gun-rights group fights dismissal of lawsuit against Ohio State
A judge is giving a gun-rights group more time to argue why its lawsuit challenging Ohio State University over its weapons ban shouldn’t be dismissed. The Students for Concealed Carry Foundation says the ban restricts constitutionally protected rights, including the right to self-defense by Ohio State students living in university housing. The lawsuit in Franklin County Common Pleas Court says ...
21, Aug 2014 - U.S. judge schedules hearing Thursday in Argentina debt dispute
NEW YORK (Reuters) - The U.S. judge overseeing the long-running litigation over Argentina bonds has scheduled a hearing for 3 p.m. EDT (1900 GMT) in New York, after Argentine officials announced plans to skirt his court rulings that pushed the country into default. NML Capital Ltd, one of several holdout creditors who U.S. District Judge Thomas Griesa has said must be paid in full before ...
21, Aug 2014 - ACLU Asks Court to Uphold Arkansas Voter ID Ruling
The American Civil Liberties Union of Arkansas asked the state's highest court on Monday to uphold a judge's ruling that found Arkansas' new voter identification law unconstitutional.
21, Aug 2014 - Judge who made improper Internet comments agrees to removal from office
LITTLE ROCK — An Arkansas judge who admitted posting improper comments on an Internet forum has agreed to be removed from office at the end of the year and never again serve as a judge in Arkansas.
21, Aug 2014 - Defendants held without bond on suspected probation violations
Local woman convicted in crack cocaine case. Two defendants will be held without bond at the Huron County Jail until their next probation violation-related hearings.
21, Aug 2014 - Appellate court rejects term limits petition
SPRINGFIELD – Republican Bruce Rauner's bid to ask Illinois voters if they support term limits took another legal hit Wednesday when a state appeals court upheld a lower court ruling barring the question from the November ballot.
21, Aug 2014 - Judge backs blind trusts for Gov. Rick Scott, other officials
TALLAHASSEE — A state law allowing elected officials to set up blind trusts does not violate the Florida Constitution's open-government requirements, a Leon County judge has ruled, clearing the way for Gov. Rick Scott to continue to shield his assets from the public and himself.
21, Aug 2014 - US victims' lawyer: Arab Bank financed terrorists - Quincy Herald-Whig | Illinois & Missouri Ne
NEW YORK (AP) - A large Jordan-based bank funneled tens of millions of dollars to the families of suicide bombers and terrorist operatives with ties to Hamas during a deadly Palestinian uprising from 2001 to 2004, lawyers for American terror victims said Thursday at a federal trial in Brooklyn.
21, Aug 2014 - Bronx woman gets 2 1/2 years in jail for Berkshire drug deals
PITTSFIELD -- A New York City woman with ties to the Berkshires has been sentenced to 2 1/2 years in jail for her role in a drug trafficking ring.
21, Aug 2014 - U.S. government faces high bar charging cop in Ferguson death
St. Louis County Prosecuting Attorney Bob McCulloch expects a local grand jury investigating the killing to take evidence until mid-October, while a federal investigation may take longer and with results just as uncertain. Protesters have called for the arrest of Officer Darren Wilson since the killing of Michael Brown, 18, in Ferguson on Aug. 9. Attorney General Eric Holder answered calls for ...
21, Aug 2014 - Walthill, NE man to serve up to 16-years for fatal drunk driving crash
A Walthill, Nebraska, man will serve up to 16-years in prison after killing his passenger in a drunk driving crash last November.
21, Aug 2014 - Tularosa man pleads no contest to several felony charges
A Tularosa man pleaded no contest to felony charges in three separate cases on Thursday in 12th Judicial District Court.
21, Aug 2014 - Ft. Myers career criminal flees from deputies
Southwest Florida Crime Stoppers and the US Marshals Fugitive Task Force are asking for the public's help tracking down wanted fugitive Bruce Martin.
21, Aug 2014 - 3 former BISD employees indicted
Three former Beaumont Independent School District employees have been indicted for embezzling money from a program receiving federal funds in the Eastern District of Texas, announced U.S. Attorney John M. Bales.
21, Aug 2014 - Independence woman convicted of gun charges
An Independence woman faces 25 years in federal prison for illegally providing firearms to her boyfriend, who is a felon.Candice Loyd, 29, was convicted in federal court Wednesday of one count of conspiracy and two counts of aiding and abetting a felon to possess a firearm.No sentencing date has been set. Loyd also faces a fine of up to $750,000.The live-in boyfriend, Joshua Stamps, 27, pleaded ...
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