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31, Jul 2014 - Commonwealth Games lifter faces sex assault charge
A weightlifter from Papua New Guinea who competed at the Commonwealth Games faces trial over an alleged sexual assault at a Glasgow supermarket.
31, Jul 2014 - Michigan judges stop fighting over hiring dispute
Two judges in western Michigan have agreed to a cease-fire in an unflattering dispute over hiring staff.
31, Jul 2014 - Former Readsboro principal pleads guilty to embezzling
BENNINGTON -- The former principal of the Readsboro Elementary School admitted Monday to embezzling money from grants and was given a deferred sentence plus community service. Michael Heller, 41, of Fairfax, pleaded guilty in Vermont Superior Court to one felony count of embezzlement as part of a plea agreement in which the state dropped a petit larceny charge.
31, Jul 2014 - Appeals Panel Lets Minnesota Union Drive Proceed
A federal appeals court lifted a legal obstacle Thursday to a unionization effort affecting thousands of Minnesota home day care operators. The 8th Circuit Court of Appeals — which covers seven Great Plains and Midwest states — affirmed a ruling by a judge who dismissed a pair of lawsuits seeking to block the drive.
31, Jul 2014 - Member of 'swatting' ring pleads guilty in Dallas, faces up to 5 years in federal prison
Prosecutors in Dallas say a member of a "swatting" ring that made hoax 911 calls has pleaded guilty to computer-related conspiracy and retaliation counts.
31, Jul 2014 - Arcara move creates second opening on delay-plagued federal court
LEFT; Judge Arcara RIGHT: Hon. William M. Skretny, chief judge of the U.S. District Court WNY District applauds during a ceremony to officially name the Robert H. Jackson United States Courthouse in Niagara Square, Monday, Sept. 30, 2013. The entire U.S. Constitution is printed on the glass facade of the atrium facing Niagara Square.
31, Jul 2014 - Trial date set for eight P&G protesters
A trial date has been set in October for eight of nine Greenpeace activists facing felony charges for an eye-catching protest at Procter & Gamble's headquarters in downtown Cincinnati.
31, Jul 2014 - Judge's decision pending on VTA's full closure of Dixon Landing Road
Attorneys for Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority appeared in court Friday to argue the merits of fully closing Dixon Landing Road for eight months to allow Bay Area Rapid Transit work after City of Milpitas refused to grant the necessary permits.
31, Jul 2014 - Federal appeals court refuses rehearing on Arizona execution case
A federal appeals court has denied Arizona a rehearing in a capital punishment case, setting the stage for the state to ask the U.S. Supreme Court to intervene.
31, Jul 2014 - Danfoss discrimination suit moved to state court
A federal judge has ruled that a sexual harassment lawsuit filed last year against the Danish manufacturing company Danfoss, which operates a factory in Ames, be moved from federal to state court.
31, Jul 2014 - Irish seeks to fire attorney who said he is unfit to stand trial
CONCORD — A former Portsmouth Police Explorer who is jailed on federal gun charges wants to fire his attorney because the lawyer described him as unfit to stand trial.
31, Jul 2014 - Harvard man ordered to prison for repeat DUI with child in car
Bowling gets 26 months for violating probation
31, Jul 2014 - TBI: 24-Year-Old Inmate Killed At Northeast Tennessee Prison
The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation is looking into what led up to an inmate being killed at Northeast Correctional Complex in Mountain City.
31, Jul 2014 - Teen accused of shooting dead former NZ cop due in Hawaii court
Teen expected to appear in Hawaii court today after former Auckland policeman fatally shot.
31, Jul 2014 - Stay granted in Missouri execution; state appeals
ST. LOUIS (AP) — The U.S. Supreme Court late Tuesday refused to halt the execution of a Missouri inmate accused of killing three people in 1995, but defense attorneys said they were continuing to fight in the courts and had requested a stay at the district court level.
31, Jul 2014 - Escape charges dropped against former Stanley inmates
Charges against two former Stanley Prison inmates have been dropped in a case that led the secretary of the Wisconsin Department of Corrections to apologize to Stanley residents.
31, Jul 2014 - Manslaughter case parolee arrested for DWI
Jarub Baird, who was sent to prison as a teenager for reckless driving in a 2006 accident that claimed the life of a Carthage girl, was arrested Sunday in Joplin for driving while intoxicated.
31, Jul 2014 - Florida Supreme Court tosses conviction for death-row inmate in 1987 Sumter killing
The Florida Supreme Court has overturned the conviction and sentence of a death-row inmate who was charged nearly two decades after the body of a murder victim was found in Sumter County.
31, Jul 2014 - Amy Arrington turns self in to Meck Co. Jail, investigators say she faked drowning
Her husband, Paul David Arrington, turned himself in for filing a false police report after he reported her missing at the beach on July 5.
31, Jul 2014 - Judge considers abuse evidence against bus driver
WEST JORDAN, Utah (AP) — A Utah school district official says bus surveillance video shows a driver charged with child sexual abuse was touching students inappropriately.
31, Jul 2014 - Federal court officials warn of emailed juror scam
Email suggests recipients have been summoned as jurors and asks them to fill out personal information.
31, Jul 2014 - Cases counted
With the second half of 2014 now under way, the combined number of felony, misdemeanor and traffic cases filed in Pittsburg County District Court is morethan 2,800 numbered cases.
31, Jul 2014 - Utah woman sent to prison for killing daughter
West Jordan : A West Jordan woman who shot and killed her 18-year-old daughter and then turned the gun on herself was sentenced Tuesday to prison for up to 30 years. Mary Ethyl Hansen, 55, was charged in 3rd District Court to first-degree felony murd...
31, Jul 2014 - Homeless man sentenced in check cashing scheme
PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) - A homeless man was sentenced in Rhode Island to 30 months in federal prison for his role in a fraudulent check cashing scheme that cost banks in at least four states more than $800,000 combined.
31, Jul 2014 - Judge denies injunction against oil well in Scio Towship
DEXTER — A grassroots organization is considering its options after losing its attempt to gain an injunction halt a planned oil well in Scio Township.
31, Jul 2014 - Texas-based drug ring leader gets nearly 23 years
BEAUMONT, Texas (AP) — Prosecutors say the leader of a Texas-based drug ring that supplied at least eight other states has been sentenced to nearly 23 years in federal prison. Gonzales was among more than two dozen people indicted last August in the drug trafficking conspiracy and firearms investigation.
31, Jul 2014 - July 31, 2014
In a very brief court appearance Tuesday afternoon, the attorney for the superintendent of the Nashwauk-Keewatin and Greenway school districts entered not guilty pleas to charges stemming from a July 3 incident.
31, Jul 2014 - In 2012 death linked to Stillwater's Lily Lake, court hears father's appeal
The attorney for the father of Jack Ariola Erenberg told a three-judge Minnesota Court of Appeals panel on Thursday that Lily Lake in Stillwater contained a hidden and deadly danger that the public should have been warned about.
31, Jul 2014 - Changes in store for superior court due to increased caseload
SIERRA VISTA — The Cochise County Superior Court is preparing to make several significant changes in the coming weeks in anticipation of an increased caseload following the creation of the new Arizona
31, Jul 2014 - HOLMBERG: Testimony seems to back up ‘bimbo defense’ in McDonnell corruption trial
Yes, it’s a historic, first-ever corruption trial of a Virginia governor.
31, Jul 2014 - Wisconsin Supreme Court upholds domestic partner registry that extends benefits to gay couples
MILWAUKEE — A 2009 law creating a domestic partner registry that provides limited benefits to same-sex couples does not violate the state's ban on gay marriages, a unanimous Wisconsin Supreme Court said Thursday.
31, Jul 2014 - Wind helps create crowded leaderboard at Rosauers Open - Sat, 19 Jul 2014 PST
One player brought four clubs to the tee box on the 180-yard par-3 eighth hole at MeadowWood, trying to judge how much help he would receive from a strong tailwind.
31, Jul 2014 - 'Texas 7' gang member set for February execution
The date will allow time for Donald Newbury to file an appeal with the U.S. Supreme Court if he decides to do so, said Lisa Smith, an assistant district attorney in Dallas, in a motion to state District Judge Rick Magnis. The high court sent his case back to the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals a year ago to review arguments from Newbury contending he had deficient legal help in early stages of ...
31, Jul 2014 - Fired Broward lieutenant sentenced to five years in Rothstein scandal
Fired Broward Sheriff's Lt. David Benjamin was sentenced to five years in prison during a hearing Monday in Fort Lauderdale federal court. He was immediately taken into custody.
31, Jul 2014 - Former Texas sheriff sentenced to prison for drug trafficking
Guadalupe Trevino, aka Lupe Trevino, has been sentenced to federal prison following his conviction of conspiracy to commit money laundering, announced U.S. Attorney Kenneth Magidson. Trevino, 64, of M
31, Jul 2014 - Extra Jurors Seated for Long Ga. Salmonella Trial
Extra alternates seated with jury in Georgia peanut salmonella trial that may exceed 2 months
31, Jul 2014 - Ex-Guatemalan leader Portillo to be freed from U.S. prison in February
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Former Guatemalan President Alfonso Portillo is scheduled to be released from a U.S. prison in February, more than five years after his arrest on money laundering charges.
31, Jul 2014 - From scratch: Vt.’s early legal history
BENNINGTON -- Early Vermonters established laws and courts on the fly, often with little expertise and information to draw on, resulting in some funny stories and some appalling ones. Montpelier attorney Paul Gilles spoke to the Bennington Historical Society recently about the early judicial history of Vermont.
31, Jul 2014 - Two Sentenced, One Pleads Guilty in Separate Child Porn Cases
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – Two men were sentenced and another pleaded guilty in federal court Wednesday in separate child pornography-related incidents. Emilio R. Haro, 30, of Buffalo, Mo. was sentenced to 20 years in prison for receiving and distributing child pornography over the Internet. Following his prison term, Haro is also sentenced to spend the remainder of his life on supervised release ...
31, Jul 2014 - Scientist accused of falsifying AIDS vaccine research for funding pleads not guilty
Former Iowa State University researcher Dong-Pyou Han leaves the Federal Courthouse, Tuesday, July 1, 2014, in Des Moines, Iowa. Han was making his initial court appearance on charges that he falsified data to make a proposed AIDS vaccine appear promising and win millions of dollars in federal grant money.
31, Jul 2014 - Ex-court employee sentenced to 60 days in jail for attempted theft, cover-up
Danielle A. Beckwith, 47, of Hampden, who worked as the supervisor of the Office of Transcript Production, was tried Monday, June 30, before retired Judge John Romei in Newport District Court.
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