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Second Oregon sex offender at Umatilla prison dies unexpectedly in just nine days
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22, Nov 2014 - Father-daughter dance behind prison walls
The Indiana Department of Correction hosted its first father-daughter dance inside prison walls, allowing the daughters of incarcerated men to have an experience they had always missed out on.
22, Nov 2014 - Ex-NBA star sentenced in fatal Georgia crash
A former NBA player is sentenced to three years in jail after pleading guilty in a fatal crash.
22, Nov 2014 - Washington state man charged with trying to move river
A Washington state man accused of using an excavator and a bulldozer to try to alter the Tahuya River was charged on Thursday with environmental violations, the state's top attorney said.
22, Nov 2014 - WORLD SPORTS at 0000 GMT
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22, Nov 2014 - Steels: Moving World Team Time Trial could damage it
Do you like this? Tweet Omega Pharma-QuickStep directeur sportif Tom Steels believes that separating the World Team Time Trial Championships from the main competition next year could have a negative impact on the event.
22, Nov 2014 - Federal appeals judge is swing vote on key issue
Once again, Judge Jeffrey S. Sutton was the unpredictable man in the middle on a major national issue.
22, Nov 2014 - Convicted child killer gets 30 years prison
Derric Johnson was sentenced to 30 years in prison for killing his girlfriend's 2-year-old daughter, Brianna Addison. According to investigators, in January of last year Johnson was babysitting the little girl when he beat her with a belt and shoe. 
22, Nov 2014 - Kentucky lawmaker accused of bribery may ask for trial delay
(Reuters) - A Kentucky state lawmaker who pleaded not guilty to a bribery charge this week is considering asking for a postponement of his January trial date, his lawyer said on Friday. Representative W. Keith Hall, a Democrat from eastern Kentucky who is also a coal mine owner, entered a not guilty plea on Wednesday in U.S. District Court in Pikeville to charges that he paid a state government ...
22, Nov 2014 - Judge delays competency decision in Slenderman stabbing case
A Wisconsin judge on Wednesday delayed a decision on the mental competency of a girl accused of luring a classmate into the woods and repeatedly stabbing her to please Slenderman, a fictional Internet character.
22, Nov 2014 - Ryan Ferguson on first year out of prison: 'I have my wish: family, friends and freedom'
One year since he was released after serving nearly 10 years in prison for a crime he says he never committed, Ryan Ferguson is doing his best to remain positive. "I thought when I got out I'd be really happy, you know, I got my freedom back,'' Ferguson told TODAY's Sheinelle Jones on Thursday. "But it's two different worlds, prison and out here, and I've found a lot of struggles.
22, Nov 2014 - Accomplice in N.H. student's murder denied parole
Kathryn McDonough will remain in prison for her role in the 2012 murder of University of New Hampshire student Lizzi Marriott
22, Nov 2014 - Parlin Fork inmate charged with escape
A Sacramento man has been charged with escaping a low-security prison near Fort Bragg last March, according to the Mendocino County Sheriff's Office.
22, Nov 2014 - Officials in Etowah Co. voice concerns about sentencing guidelines
Some district attorneys, judges, and law enforcement in Alabama have concerns over last year's change of sentencing guidelines.
22, Nov 2014 - Maury City police chief appears in court
ALAMO, Tenn. -- A West Tennessee police chief accused of assaulting the mother of his child faced a judge Thursday morning in Crockett County. Maury City Police Chief Richard Stitts pleaded not guilty to stalking, assault and harassment charges.
22, Nov 2014 - Search Underway For Southeast Oklahoma Prison Escapee
Authorities are looking for an escapee from a state prison near Atoka in southeastern Oklahoma.
22, Nov 2014 - Connecticut father sues after Ebola fears keep daughter from school
By David Ingram and Richard Weizel MILFORD Conn. (Reuters) - A father sued a Connecticut elementary school on Tuesday, saying his 7-year-old daughter was discriminated against and banned from school for 21 days based on irrational fears of Ebola because she attended a wedding in Nigeria. Stephen Opayemi filed the lawsuit in federal court in New Haven, Connecticut. He asked a judge to order the ...
22, Nov 2014 - Steven Powell re-arrested on dismissed child pornography charges
Steven Powell was re-charged and re-arrested Monday and is headed back to court.
22, Nov 2014 - Sentencing set for ringleader in Cuban migrant smuggling group that included ballplayers
MIAMI — The convicted ringleader of a smuggling organization that brought more than 1,000 Cubans into the U.S., some of them baseball players including Texas Rangers outfielder Leonys Martin, was sentenced Monday to more than 14 years in federal prison.
22, Nov 2014 - John Downey, Connecticut judge and former CIA agent jailed for 20 years in China, dies at 84
A Connecticut judge and former CIA agent who spent 20 years as a prisoner in China during the Cold War has died.
22, Nov 2014 - Berget slated for May execution in guard killing
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) — The second of two men who killed a South Dakota prison guard is scheduled to die by lethal injection in May, though it could be delayed with an appeal.
22, Nov 2014 - Davenport man arrested near White House waives right to preliminary hearing
A Davenport man waived his right to a preliminary hearing Friday in the District of Columbia Superior Court. R.J. Renae Kapheim, 41, was arrested on Wednesday, November 19, 2014, for illegally carrying a rifle in Washington D.C. The charge of carrying a rifle is a felony, with a maximum of five years in prison and […]
22, Nov 2014 - Grandparents launch custody battle for Fallis’ children; former Weld deputy won’t fight extradi
In the midst of the ongoing, dual-state custody battle, Tom Fallis appeared Thursday in a Monroe County, Ind., courtroom for a bond hearing, during which he reportedly told the judge he would not fight extradition to Colorado.
22, Nov 2014 - Prisoners sue over alleged sexual abuse
Three male Idaho prison inmates sued the state and a corrections officer, saying the officer took advantage of their vulnerability for sex. Click to Continue »
22, Nov 2014 - Medical marijuana users caught in state-federal conflict
Ten years in prison seems like a life-changing sentence for most people, but for 70-year-old Larry Harvey, it would effectively be a death sentence.
22, Nov 2014 - Charleston, South Carolina Law Firm Yarborough Applegate Achieves $35.9 Million Verdict Against Pot
CHARLESTON, S.C. -- via PRWEB - Yarborough Applegate, a Charleston, South Carolina-based law firm, achieved a $35,940,545 verdict against Pepco in Montgomery Co., Maryland Circuit Court, for their client ...
22, Nov 2014 - Florida executes man, 43, for murdering his wife and stepdaughter
TALLAHASSEE Fla. (Reuters) - A man convicted of fatally shooting his sleeping wife, then raping and murdering her 10-year-old daughter, was executed by lethal injection on Thursday evening at Florida State Prison after spending almost half his life on death row.
22, Nov 2014 - Federal Judge Rules Against New Jersey, Don't Bet On Sports Books Coming To The State
New Jersey's hopes of gaining sports betting will now rest with an appeals court after a federal judge's ruling preventing it to enact a law it had passed last month.
22, Nov 2014 - Man Sentenced for Sexually Abusing Woman with Down's Syndrome
DADE COUNTY, Mo. - An Everton man who admitted he sexually abused a 23-year-old woman with severe Down’s Syndrome has been sentenced to eight years in prison. James W. Morgan, 61, of Everton, was sentenced Friday to four years on each of two counts of sodomy or attempted sodomy. Under a plea agreement the terms are to be served consecutively. According to court documents, Morgan was arrested on ...
22, Nov 2014 - Child Pornography Case Results in Lengthy Prison Sentences
It was a horrific instance of child sexual exploitation that went on for approximately three years. 
22, Nov 2014 - Decision day is here for voters, candidates | 2014 Election
It's a significant election. Post-election, Kitsap County will have a new sheriff (Undersheriff Gary Simpson is unopposed in his campaign to succeed Steve Boyer, who is retiring), a new assessor (Paul Avery is retiring after 16 years), a new auditor (Walt Washington is retiring after six years in the job), and a new District Court judge (James Riehl is retiring)
22, Nov 2014 - Gay Beaufort County residents see hope in SC federal court ruling
News of the federal judge's ruling Wednesday on the right of same-sex couple's to marry was encouraging to April Buquet of Beaufort and Natalee Reese of Bluffton.
22, Nov 2014 - Renowned Connecticut judge and former CIA operative dies
A renowned Connecticut judge and former CIA operative who was held captive in China for 20 years has passed away. The Honorable John T. Downey, 83, served as a judge in Connecticut from 1987 and after his retirement as a state referee until his death. During that tenure he became the chief administrative judge for juvenile […]
22, Nov 2014 - Mercer County man pleads guilty to child porn possession
A 19-year-old Mercer County man faces up to 10 years in prison after pleading guilty today to possession of child pornography, U.S. Attorney Booth Goodwin announced. Joshua Dwayne Poff, of Bluefield, West Virginia, entered a guilty plea before Senior United States District Court Judge David A. Faber.
22, Nov 2014 - Mille Lacs walleye lawsuit: Court hears arguments
Has the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources violated the state constitution in how it regulates fishing for the state's most popular fish on one of the state's most popular lakes?
22, Nov 2014 - Representative for lawyer accused in murder conspiracy might file suit against drug task force
FARGO, N.D. — The representative for a Grand Forks attorney who was accused and then cleared of conspiring to kill a confidential informant said Tuesday he plans to investigate a drug task force now that the key witness in the case has been sentenced to prison.
22, Nov 2014 - Edwards looks to make a big impact after year off the court
The junior Canadian transfer is ready for his time under the lights in Bramlage Coliseum
22, Nov 2014 - Brooklyn man sentenced for role in cybercrime ring
A New York City man has been sentenced to about 3 1/2 years in prison for his role in an international cybercrime ring that hacked into the computers of more than a dozen financial institutions and the U.S. military's...
22, Nov 2014 - Drug Court is reducing crime in 2nd Judicial Circuit
ILLINOIS -- Now in its 22nd month of operation, Drug Court is active in 10 of the 12 counties of the 2nd Judicial Circuit; and the number of addicted adult offenders in our communities who are taking this opportunity to beat their addictions and become productive citizens is already at 50 and growing.
22, Nov 2014 - Sentence imposed in deadly Wilkes-Barre crash
WILKES-BARRE — A man from Missouri convicted of causing the alcohol-fueled death of a co-worker during a fight in Wilkes-Barre was sentenced to state prison on Monday.
22, Nov 2014 - Texas' Perry slams abuse of power charge at court hearing
By Jon Herskovitz AUSTIN Texas (Reuters) - Texas Governor Rick Perry made his first court appearance on Thursday to answer felony abuse of power charges and afterward criticized a special prosecution that has cast a shadow over his possible Republican presidential run in 2016. Lawyers for Perry asked the court to dismiss the charges, saying special prosecutor Michael McCrum did not properly take ...
22, Nov 2014 - Officials talk about Alabama's dog fighting laws
A federal judge made history by handing down the harshest dog fighting sentence to date right here in alabama's middle district. The conviction involved a dog fighting ring that covered spanned several states from Mississippi to texas, but how does Alabama compare to other states?
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