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17, Apr 2014 - 'Whitey' Bulger backs claims of man who says he didn't commit 1980 slaying in Massachus
BOSTON — A man who says that convicted gangster James "Whitey" Bulger helped frame him in a 1980 murder is now getting support from Bulger in his quest for a new trial.
17, Apr 2014 - Faulty Pipe Causes Deadly Carbon Monoxide Leak: New York Personal Injury Lawyer Kenneth A. Wilhelm
According to a Feb. 23 Reuters news report, one person died and 27 were hospitalized as the result of a carbon monoxide leak at a mall on Long Island. The report states that a malfunctioning pipe caused the deadly leak. (PRWeb April 11, 2014) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2014/02/prweb11616535.htm
17, Apr 2014 - Correction: No Bail-Arizona story
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — In a story March 18 about a 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals hearing on Arizona's no-bail law for immigrants in the country illegally, The Associated Press reported erroneously the nature of the legal challenge. It was brought on behalf of all immigrants affected by the law, not Latinos. The AP also misspelled the first name of American Civil Liberties Union attorney ...
17, Apr 2014 - Amendment One faces serious legal hurdle
n recent months, state constitutional amendments banning same-sex marriage have fallen like dominos, struck down by federal judges in states ranging from Texas, Utah, Michigan and Virginia among others. Next month, three judges from the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit — which covers Virginia, West Virginia and both Carolinas — will meet to determine the fate of Virginia’s ban on ...
17, Apr 2014 - Clinton urges tech leaders to invest in training
Hillary Rodham Clinton said Tuesday that if Silicon Valley executives want to persuade Congress to let them hire more high-skilled professionals from abroad, they would have a better case if they also funded college-based...
17, Apr 2014 - Dill waives hearing in child porn case
ST. MARYS — A St. Marys man charged with possessing and distributing child pornography on his home computer waived a preliminary hearing in St. Marys District Court on Tuesday.
17, Apr 2014 - AG Madigan at John A. Logan talking drug awareness
Attorney General Lisa Madigan is in southern Illinois to talk about drug awareness.
17, Apr 2014 - Arizona mother who left baby on top of car gets probation
A Phoenix mother who left her baby in a safety seat on the roof of her car as she drove home from a friend's house was sentenced on Wednesday to 16 years of supervised probation after pleading guilty to child abuse and driving under the influence of marijuana. Catalina Clouser, 21, faces three months in jail if she fails to successfully complete her probation in connection with the 2012 incident ...
17, Apr 2014 - Child sexual abuse case ends in mistrial
The trial of a former employee of the Boys & Girls Club in Joplin on charges that he sexually abused a boy who belonged to the club ended Wednesday with a hung jury. Jurors deliberated for five and a half hours without reaching a verdict in the trial of Christopher Foley in Jasper County Circuit Court.
17, Apr 2014 - Supreme Court denies appeal in gay discrimination case
The Supreme Court won’t hear an appeal from a New Mexico photography studio that lost a lawsuit after it refused services to a same-sex couple.
17, Apr 2014 - 911 briefs -- Published April 17, 2014
IONE - The California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation is searching for two inmates who escaped from Mule Creek State Prison's minimum security facility Wednesday morning, authorities said.
17, Apr 2014 - Attorney says San Mateo County DA shouldn't seek death penalty against nine murder defendants
An attorney for one of the nine murder defendants indicted by a San Mateo County criminal grand jury last week said Friday that District Attorney Steve Wagstaffe should not seek the death penalty.
17, Apr 2014 - Former prosecutor gets OK to represent himself
A former southwest Idaho prosecutor charged with bankruptcy fraud in federal court has been given the OK to represent himself.
17, Apr 2014 - Mother in drowning case found mentally incompetent
A western Pennsylvania woman accused of drowning two of her sons in a bathtub was ordered Monday to a state mental hospital after a jail psychiatrist told a judge the defendant is mentally incompetent.
17, Apr 2014 - Woman gets 4 years in fatal motorcycle crash
A Minnesota woman has been sentenced to four years in prison for a hit-and-run crash that killed a 92-year-old motorcyclist last year.
17, Apr 2014 - Justices may decide if vendors can snub gay weddings
The U.S. Supreme Court building. / Karen Bleier, AFP/Getty Images WASHINGTON - When Vanessa Willock wanted an Albuquerque photographer to shoot her same-sex commitment ceremony in 2006, she contacted Elane Photography.
17, Apr 2014 - EXCLUSIVE: Over 60% of female inmates on psychiatric meds; probe launched
TORONTO - Canada's prison watchdog has launched an investigation into the prescribing practices in federal prisons, after it was revealed that more than 60 per cent of female inmates across the country are receiving psychiatric medication. A joint investigation by The Canadian Press and CBC has learned that in August 2013, of 591 female federal inmates in five correctional institutions, 370 were ...
17, Apr 2014 - Branson man facing fraud, embezzlement charges
FORSYTH — A Branson man accused of several felonies in New Mexico is in Taney County Jail on a $1 million bond awaiting extradition to that state.
17, Apr 2014 - New Jersey Traders Gets Prison Terms in Insider Case
Two New Jersey men were sentenced to prison for their role in an insider-trading ring that made $1.4 million in illicit profit off pharmaceutical and medical technology company tips.
17, Apr 2014 - Carbon County Court news
A total of 311 cases were started in March in the office of Carbon County Prothonotary Joann M. Behrens, according to a monthly statistical report released by the officeholder.
17, Apr 2014 - Supreme Court agrees to review prayer vs. medicine question in caring for sick child
The Tennessee Supreme Court may soon provide clarity to the murky issue of when parents can legally put their faith in prayer rather than medicine to heal a sick child.
17, Apr 2014 - Lawsuit Alleges X-Men Director Drugged, Raped Underage Boy
X-Men: Days of Future Past director Bryan Singer was accused of repeatedly drugging, threatening and forcibly sodomizing a minor in a lawsuit filed Wednesday in federal court in Hawaii. Read more...
17, Apr 2014 - Former nurse sentenced for stealing opioids and falsifying records
Michael T. Worrick-Soule, of Wells, pleaded guilty earlier this year to ten counts of stealing drugs and three counts of falsifying private records after stealing meperidine, hydromorphone, fentanyl and morphine from York Hospital.
17, Apr 2014 - Abortion providers fighting Texas law dealt another setback
A federal judge denied a plea by abortion-rights advocates and providers Wednesday to allow an El Paso clinic to temporarily avoid a requirement that doctors offering the procedure have admitting privileges at nearby hospitals.
17, Apr 2014 - Court: Religious jobs exempt from some labor laws
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) - The Kentucky Supreme Court has ruled that religious institutions may hire and fire people from strictly religious jobs as they see fit but could face legal action if an employment contract is involved. In two decisions handed down Thursday, the justices reinstated lawsuits brought ...
17, Apr 2014 - Former socialite found guilty in 1996 Tucson car bomb killing of her ex-husband
Pamela Phillips looks on in Pima County Superior Court Tuesday, April 8, 2014, in Tucson, Ariz. TUCSON, Ariz. — After spending years abroad living a lavish lifestyle across Europe, a once-prominent socialite has been convicted in the 1996 car bomb killing of her ex-husband in southern Arizona.
17, Apr 2014 - Report: Titus Young Still Hoping To Avoid More Jail Time For 11 Criminal Charges
Attorney Altus Hudson, who represents former Detroit Lion Titus Young, said the 24-year-old is close to a plea agreement.
17, Apr 2014 - Upshur County contracts with Longview vendor for jail food
A Longview company will be serving jail food to Upshur County’s inmates for the next two years.
17, Apr 2014 - Judge Sydney W. Elkin elected to lead CT Probate Assembly
HARTFORD – The Connecticut Probate Assembly elected Judge Sydney W. Elkin of West Hartford as president-judge during the assembly’s annual meeting on Monday, April 7. The Probate Assembly, which comprises... Read more »
17, Apr 2014 - Va. justices: Academic emails can be withheld
RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — The Virginia Supreme Court has upheld a judge's decision rejecting a conservative group's attempt to obtain a former University of Virginia climate researcher's emails.
17, Apr 2014 - The bombshell court document that claims Prince Andrew knew about billionaire friend's abuse of
Jeffrey Epstein, who counted Prince Andrew among his friends, achieved infamy in 2008 when he was jailed for soliciting under-age girls for prostitution.
17, Apr 2014 - June 3 trial set for man accused of mailing bomb addressed to Arpaio
A June 3 trial has been set for an Oklahoma man accused of mailing an inoperable homemade bomb nearly a year ago to Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio.
17, Apr 2014 - Aaron Hernandez associate slapped with fed charges in Florida
An associate of ex-Patriots star Aaron Hernandez — who is accused of an execution-style slaying last summer — has been arrested on federal charges including witness tampering and obstruction of justice after authorities say he lied to a grand jury about buying a car, where a gun was later recovered in connection with the victim’s shooting death.
17, Apr 2014 - 2 sentenced for meth-related charges
Jackson County State's Attorney Michael C. Carr announced Tuesday, April 1 that two men have been sentenced on methamphetamine-related offenses.
17, Apr 2014 - Henri E. Brooks -- Democrat, Juvenile Court Clerk
Henri E. Brooks has been a County Commissioner since 2006.
17, Apr 2014 - Conway defends Kentucky law withholding absentee voter lists
State Senate candidate from Northern Kentucky fighting ban on voter names in federal court. 
17, Apr 2014 - Del. pediatrician gets prison for 'waterboarding' stepdaughter
GEORGETOWN, Del. - A prominent Delaware pediatrician and best-selling author who punished his 11-year-old stepdaughter using a form of waterboarding was sentenced to three years in prison on Friday.
17, Apr 2014 - Pro-life students file suit against University of South Alabama
Students for Life USA, a pro-life student organization, has filed a complaint in federal court against numerous University of South Alabama officials.
17, Apr 2014 - Judges in Utah gay marriage case question lawyers - Quincy Herald-Whig | Illinois & Missouri News,
DENVER (AP) - Sharp questioning Thursday by a divided panel of appellate judges considering Utah's ban on gay marriages showed that, while same-sex marriage has had a remarkable winning streak lately, its legal status remains uncertain.
17, Apr 2014 - CHP shooting ruled act of self-defense; suit thrown out
Two California Highway Patrol officers acted in self-defense when they fatally shot a suicidal South San Francisco man who had led them on a high-speed chase and then walked toward them holding a large rock on his head, a federal appeals court ruled Monday. "The fact that (Kamal) Lal was intent on 'suicide by cop' did not mean that the officers had to endanger their own lives," the Ninth U.S ...
17, Apr 2014 - Montana Supreme Court: 'Fighting Words' from Car Can Be Grounds for Ticket
HELENA -- Using ethnic slurs and other "fighting words" to harass people is not Constitutionally-protected speech, even if directed from inside a vehicle at a pedestrian where the possibility of a physical altercation is minimal, the Montana Supreme Court said Tuesday.
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