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29, Jul 2014 - Letters to the Editor for June 12, 2014
We, all current or former Circuit Court judges of the Seventh Judicial District, applaud Gov. John Kitzhaber’s selection of Karen Ostrye as the next Circuit Court judge for this district. We welcome Karen to the bench and fully support her in the November general election.
29, Jul 2014 - Best Bargain-Bin 2014 NBA Free-Agency Options for Golden State Warriors
The Golden State Warriors are out of salary-cap space. This isn't a bad thing , as the roster is close to complete. It simply means that, after using their mid-level exception on Shaun Livingston on July 1 and their biannual exception on Jermaine O'Neal last summer, they can only add players at the veteran's minimum. Of course, there are other options. If the Warriors execute a sign-and-trade ...
29, Jul 2014 - Inmate in Wayne County dies after fight
An inmate from Lincoln County who was serving only a four-month prison sentence on a minor charge has died after being involved in a fight with another inmate.
29, Jul 2014 - Jury in Jesse Ventura case to return Tuesday
ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) - Jurors in former Minnesota Gov. Jesse Ventura's defamation lawsuit against American Sniper author Chris Kyle went home for the day Monday after hours of deliberations during which they told the judge at one point they didn't think they could reach a unanimous verdict.
29, Jul 2014 - Aaron Powell Trial: Day 5
Day five of the Aaron Powell trial focused on the arrest of Powell on March 26th in Springfield Township, Pennsylvania. Broome County Captain Fred Akshar said Powell looked like he had been on the run for a while and had two cuts on one of his wrists that looked to be self inflicted. Captain Akshar told the defense the reason for going after Powell was because after looking at all 195 leads in ...
29, Jul 2014 - Cooper says courts likely to overturn gay marriage ban
North Carolina's attorney general says prosecutors will drop their opposition to challenges to the state's same-sex marriage ban in the wake of a federal appeals court decision affecting a similar prohibition in Virginia.
29, Jul 2014 - Panish Shea & Boyle LLP Announces $3.1 Million Jury Verdict for Woman Injured In Low Impact Collis
Panish Shea & Boyle attorneys Rahul Ravipudi and David Rudorfer obtained a $3,102,463.62 jury verdict for a woman who suffered a ruptured cervical disc as the result of a low speed, rear end car accident.
29, Jul 2014 - El Paso Police Department could end $1.3-million contract with prisoner transport program
The city of El Paso is looking at possibly ending a $1.3-million contract with a prisoner transport service in the wake of last year's fatal police shooting of a handcuffed man outside the Downtown Jail.
29, Jul 2014 - Commission seeks funding to repair Mercer Co. courthouse roof
PRINCETON, W. Va (WVVA)-- People in Mercer County say the courthouse is in need of repairs. The roof on the west wing of the historical building is old and leaky, according to commissioners. They've received a $46,200 grant from the West Virginia State Historic Preservation Office to work on it. In some places, water has actually leaked into courtrooms, said commissioner Mike Vinciguerra ...
29, Jul 2014 - Wilder, Cuccinelli may be called as witnesses in McDonnell trial
RICHMOND — The corruption trial of former Gov. Bob McDonnell and his wife kicked off Monday morning with attorneys revealing scores of potential witnesses expected to testify in the case that could last at least a month. The names included former Attorney General Kenneth T. Cuccinelli II, former Gov. L. Douglas ...
29, Jul 2014 - Victims of burglaries not happy with sentence
WILKES-BARRE 8212 Former Plains Township police chief John Timko said he knew Donald Thomas III would turn to crime again.If Timko and two others, Mike Fuller and Stanley Sierko, had their way, Thomas would be in state prison and houses in Hanover Township and Pittston would not have been recently plundered.
29, Jul 2014 - Local officials learn how to combat opiate abuse
Athens County officials joined judges, law-enforcement officers, treatment providers and others from around the state in Columbus last month to discuss the opiate epidemic in Ohio.
29, Jul 2014 - Robber's sentence upheld
HARRISBURG 8212 The Pennsylvania Superior Court on Thursday upheld the three-to-six-year state prison sentence for a Scranton man, who pleaded guilty to robbing numerous stores in three counties in 2012.
29, Jul 2014 - Gay Marriage Update: 4th Circuit, Fla. Court Strike Down Bans
The East Coast has been a legal battleground for gay marriage of late, with the federal 4th Circuit and a state court in Florida striking down same-sex marriage bans as unconstitutional.
29, Jul 2014 - Scientists Find Way to Trap, Kill Malaria Parasite
Scientists may be able to entomb the malaria parasite in a prison of its own making, researchers at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis report July 16 in Nature.
29, Jul 2014 - Chelsea Manning to begin gender treatment
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Bureau of Prisons has rejected the Army's request to accept the transfer of national security leaker Pvt.
29, Jul 2014 - Man pleads to lightning rod scam
A 52-year-old Missouri man has been sentenced to probation in a lightning rod insurance scam that targeted elderly residents.
29, Jul 2014 - Wife in Ga. hot car death case has attorney - Quincy Herald-Whig | Illinois & Missouri News, Sports
ATLANTA (AP) - The wife of a Georgia man facing charges after their son was left in a hot car and died has retained a criminal defense attorney for herself.
29, Jul 2014 - Dallas Trial Lawyer Charla Aldous Shares Courtroom Expertise During ABOTA National Trial College at
DALLAS, July 8, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Prominent Dallas litigator Charla Aldous recently shared her courtroom knowledge and vast experience with students attending the National Trial College of the American Board of Trial Advocates (ABOTA) at Harvard Law School. Ms. Aldous, founder of Aldous Law Firm, was among this year's talented legal practitioners teaching a small group of young lawyers the ...
29, Jul 2014 - Nashua fighting order to pay $2.8 million for Broad Street Parkway land
NASHUA – Costs are beginning to add up for land seized by the city to make way for the Broad Street Parkway, and one eminent domain case pending in superior court could affect the bottom line by more than $2 million. Nashua is appealing a recent decision by the New Hampshire Board of Tax and Land Appeals about the value of roughly 11 acres of land taken for the parkway – one of the largest ...
29, Jul 2014 - Arizona killer takes 2 hours to die, fueling lethal-injection debate
A convicted murderer in Arizona gasped and snorted for more than 90 minutes after a lethal injection Wednesday, his attorneys and witnesses said, dying in a botched execution that prompted the governor to order an investigation and the state Supreme Court to mandate that the materials used in...
29, Jul 2014 - Coast Guard petty officer acquitted of sexual assault
Coast Guard Petty Officer Sheldon Bond embraced his family and sobbed after the seven-member jury shared their findings with the court late Wednesday.
29, Jul 2014 - Sterling appears in court at Clippers sale trial
Donald Sterling has arrived in court to give testimony in a lawsuit over the sale of the Los Angeles Clippers.
29, Jul 2014 - Jim Dey: From drama to Obama, Dixon defeat started dominos falling
If defeat was the end for Alan Dixon, it also was the beginning of a shift in Illinois' tectonic political plates. It was January 1992 when, up to his neck in political trouble, Illinois Democratic U.S. Sen. Alan Dixon called an old political friend to ask for help in the upcoming March primary. But the man at the other end of the line — Chicago lawyer and fundraiser extraordinaire Lou Susman ...
29, Jul 2014 - Alabama whistleblower wins at Supreme Court, but loses pay
Edward Lane's Supreme Court victory in a landmark whistleblower case doesn't change the fact he lost his state job and more than half his income while helping convict a state legislator of getting paid for not working.
29, Jul 2014 - Iraq Sues to Seize $100 Million of Kurdish Crude Off Texas
The Iraqi Oil Ministry is seeking a court order to seize more than $100 million of oil it claims was illegally pumped from wells in Kurdistan and is now on a tanker waiting to offload in Galveston, Texas.
29, Jul 2014 - Trial date stands in Colorado theater shootings - Quincy Herald-Whig | Illinois & Missouri News, Sp
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.
29, Jul 2014 - Convicted day care worker files appeal
A day care worker found guilty of involuntary manslaughter, deception and operating a child care home without a license has filed an appeal claiming the state failed to prove in trial court that she operated a child care.
29, Jul 2014 - Prohibition on Lowell police sergeant promotion remains in place
LOWELL -- The court-ordered prohibition on the city promoting a police sergeant who lives in New Hampshire will continue until at least next Tuesday.
29, Jul 2014 - Retrial in Anna Witter killing set to start soon
Ian Brenner's attorney told a York County judge that he has been scrambling to get Jeffrey "Supreme" Mable out of jail.
29, Jul 2014 - Man wrongly imprisoned seeks millions from state
HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) — A Connecticut man cleared of murder and rape charges after being locked up for two decades made an emotional appeal for millions in compensation on Tuesday, telling the state claims commissioner about the fear he endured in prison.
29, Jul 2014 - New details released in southern Ill. bank robbery
A judge has denied bond for 29-year-old James Watts of Cairo, who's suspected in the stabbing deaths of two southern Illinois bank employees during a botched holdup.
29, Jul 2014 - Texan gets 35 years in infant daughter's death
GALVESTON, Texas (AP) - A Southeast Texas man has been sentenced to 35 years in prison for the death of his 2-month-old daughter after he shook her and fell on her.
29, Jul 2014 - Saudi Arabia jails human rights activist for 15 years
A Jeddah court sentenced prominent Saudi rights lawyer Walid abu al-Khair to 15 years in prison on Sunday on charges that included seeking to undermine the state and insulting the judiciary, the state news agency reported.
29, Jul 2014 - Convicted felon stabs 2 at senior apartments
SPRINGDALE, Pa. (AP) — A 73-year-old man with a long record of felony convictions has been jailed on attempted homicide and other charges after police said he stabbed two women at a senior citizens high-rise in western Pennsylvania.
29, Jul 2014 - Trial set for mother in disappearance of Jhessye Shockley
PHOENIX (AP) -- A Jan. 12 trial has been set for an Arizona woman charged with murder in the disappearance of her 5-year-old daughter in 2011. Jerice Hunter pleaded not guilty to first-degree murder and child abuse charges in the disappearance of Jhessye (jesse) Shockley. Investigators believe Shockley was killed and her body was put in a trash bin days before Hunter reported the girl missing ...
29, Jul 2014 - UPDATE: Federal Judge James Turk dies
Federal judge and former state lawmaker James Turk died on Sunday at his home in Radford.
29, Jul 2014 - Court throws out Chiquita terror payment claims
A divided federal appeals court on Thursday threw out claims potentially worth billions of dollars against produce giant Chiquita Brands International made by relatives of thousands of Colombians killed ...
29, Jul 2014 - Arizona high court chose to defer to judge on election ruling
PHOENIX -- The Arizona Supreme Court said it deferred to a judge's findings in ruling that a Republican challenger to a prominent legislator could stay on the ballot though the challenger's nominating petitions included forged signatures.
29, Jul 2014 - Man convicted in infant's death sentenced to 22 years
A Morgan County man convicted in connection with the death of his 4-month-old daughter was sentenced to 22 years in prison Tuesday morning.
29, Jul 2014 - McCuskey back on his ‘home’ bench
LACON — Retired federal judge Michael McCuskey of Lacon became at once the newest and also most experienced judge in the Peoria-based 10th Judicial District Thursday as he was sworn in as the resident judge in his native Marshall County.
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