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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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25, Oct 2014 - Two metro east women sentenced for unemployment fraud
The women received benefits from Missouri when they were living in Illinois and working, officials said
25, Oct 2014 - Ukiah police and fire log: Thursday, Oct. 2, 2014
The following were compiled from reports prepared by the Ukiah Police Department. To anonymously report crime information, call 463-6205.
25, Oct 2014 - Advocates for 6 prisoners in Phila. to seek support
Family and representatives of five state prison inmates and a former prisoner who face trial next month on rioting charges were in Philadelphia on Friday to bring attention to what they have characterized as a miscarriage of justice.
25, Oct 2014 - Prison union protests staff reductions
Members of the Ohio Civil Service Employees Association crowded the entrance to the Department of Rehabilitation and Corrections building to cuts in correction officer staffing. Reductions in correctional staff throughout the state has led to increased violence, escape attempts and suicides in Ohio prisons, said Christopher Mabe, OCSEA president. “This is about providing safety and security in ...
25, Oct 2014 - Woman Sentenced In Newborn’s Death
A suburban Chicago woman accused of killing her newborn at a northern Michigan campground has been sentenced to 29 months in prison.
25, Oct 2014 - Court unseals divorce file of Ala federal judge
A court has unsealed the divorce record of an Alabama federal judge arrested on a domestic violence charge in Atlanta in August.
25, Oct 2014 - Watch: Same-Sex Couples Waste No Time in Virginia
Happy couples filled Virginia courthouses as the state began issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples.
25, Oct 2014 - Opponents seek to overturn Missouri right to farm
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) - Opponents of a new Missouri constitutional farming right asked the state Supreme Court on Tuesday to overturn the close election results, asserting that some voters were misled to support it. The legal challenge hinges on the ballot description presented to voters about Constitutional ...
25, Oct 2014 - Utah woman accused of killing 6 newborns, storing bodies in garage to face December hearing
A Utah judge will get his first chance in December to hear the evidence against a woman accused of killing six of her seven newborns and storing all of their bodies in her garage.
25, Oct 2014 - Mississippi Supreme Court rejects McDaniel Senate primary challenge
By Emily Le Coz JACKSON Miss. (Reuters) - The Mississippi Supreme Court on Friday rejected a Republican primary challenge by former U.S. Senate candidate Chris McDaniel, possibly ending his legal effort to overturn the June result that he alleged was stolen by incumbent U.S. Senator Thad Cochran. In a split decision, justices affirmed a lower court ruling dismissing McDaniel’s case, saying he ...
25, Oct 2014 - Granger official in limbo after raising concerns about judge, police chief
Sat, 25 Oct 2014 09:01:29 GMT By Phil Ferolito Yakima Herald-Republic The Granger document can be found at https://s3.amazonaws.com/s3.documentcloud.org/documents/1346044/koerner- letter.pdf GRANGER, Wash. — A year ago, City Clerk-Treasurer Alice Koerner was placed on paid administrative leave for alleged misconduct in ...
25, Oct 2014 - Execution Date Set For Convicted Delaware Rapist, Murderer
A Delaware judge has set a Dec. 4 execution date for a man convicted of raping and killing a University of Delaware student.
25, Oct 2014 - Former Denison teacher accused of having sex with a student appears in court
GRAYSON CO., Texas -- A former Denison High School teacher who's allegedly admitted to having sex with a student appeared in court Thursday morning.
25, Oct 2014 - NC same-sex couples not issued marriage licenses Thursday
Same-sex couples will have to wait at least another day to get married in North Carolina. The register of deeds in Mecklenburg County, David Granberry has been as accommodating as possible, but with no word from a judge he couldn’t issue same-sex couples marriages licenses.
25, Oct 2014 - Opponents seek to overturn amendment
JEFFERSON CITY — Opponents of a new Missouri constitutional farming right asked the state Supreme Court on Tuesday to overturn the close election results, asserting that some voters were misled to support it.The legal challenge hinges on the ballot description presented to voters about Constitutional Amendment 1, which passed by a margin of less than one-quarter of a percentage point out of ...
25, Oct 2014 - Rulings give Kansas couples hope for same-sex marriages
The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday declined to review five lower court decisions striking down bans against same-sex marriages. Two of those cases came from the 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, which has jurisdiction over Kansas. But legal experts say it's unclear whether the rulings mean that Kansas courts will soon be required to apply the same standards here. By Peter Hancock
25, Oct 2014 - Prison employee resigns after TV interview probe
A television station's face-to-face prison interview with murder suspect Arron Lewis angered both prosecutors and the public, prompted an internal investigation by the Arkansas Department of Correction, and led to the resignation of one of two prison officials placed on paid administrative leave after the interview aired.
25, Oct 2014 - U.S. court rebuffs Marine Corps families in polluted water case
By Pamela MacLean (Reuters) - In a defeat for families claiming they were sickened by groundwater contamination many years ago at a U.S. Marine Corps base in North Carolina, a federal appeals court has rejected an attempt by the state's legislature to extend a time limit for filing pollution-related lawsuits. As a result, families involved in 10 lawsuits will be unlikely to collect damages for ...
25, Oct 2014 - Court: IRS not targeting conservative tax-exempt groups
WASHINGTON — A federal court dismissed two lawsuits against the Internal Revenue Service on Thursday, ruling that the tax agency no longer is targeting conservative ...
25, Oct 2014 - Lawsuits against IRS dismissed
Washington (AP) - A federal judge has dismissed two lawsuits stemming from the government's alleged mistreatment of conservative groups that applied for tax-exempt status. Forty-two organizations sued the government, the Internal Revenue Service and individual IRS officials for constitutional violations, saying IRS officials pulled applications from conservative organizations and delayed ...
25, Oct 2014 - Ex-Des Plaines Man Gets 17-1/2 Years In Murder-For-Hire Plot
A former Des Plaines man who solicited two undercover law enforcement officers to kill his estranged wife and her friends was sentenced today to 17 years and 7 months in federal prison.
25, Oct 2014 - Judge considers bond revocation for hit-and-run suspect
Madison County prosecutors are trying to convince a judge to revoke a hit-and-run suspect's bond after her arrest for DUI.
25, Oct 2014 - N.J. man allegedly killed mother 2 days after release from prison
Frances Burns ATLANTIC CITY, N.J., Oct. 13 (UPI) -- A New Jersey man was charged with killing his mother two days after he finished a 30-year prison term for shooting a neighbor when he was 15.
25, Oct 2014 - ID not needed to vote in Nov. 4 election
The U.S. Supreme Court has temporarily blocked the Wisconsin voter ID law. Wisconsin voters will not need to show IDs to vote on Nov. 4, reports Milwaukee Neighborhood New Service's Andrea Waxman.
25, Oct 2014 - Court Workers After Strike: "We Can Do It Again Any Time We Want"
A labor contract dispute between the state court and its workers escalated last week when employees walked off the job in a one-day strike, turning the courts into a “ghost town." The San Francisco Superior Court of California is claiming that the Service Employees International Union broke the law when they went on strike. The court pointed to a complaint it filed with the Public Employees ...
25, Oct 2014 - AP Top News at 7:14 a.m. EDT
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today: 1. PISTORIUS SENTENCED TO FIVE YEARS IN PRISON WASHINGTON (AP) — People who shared an apartment with the country's first Ebola patient are emerging from quarantine healthy.
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25, Oct 2014 - Three sentenced in Yakima for trading food stamps for cash
Federal prosecutors say the employees at La Bodega Yakimex swiped food stamp recipients' EBT cards, gave them half the money in cash, and pocketed the rest.
25, Oct 2014 - Ohio school shooter won't face escape charges
A convicted high school shooter who scaled a prison fence and was captured hours later won't face escape charges because the victims' families don't want to give him a chance to mock them again, a prosecutor said Friday.
25, Oct 2014 - Sentencing hearing underway for Desmonte Leonard
Wednesday Jurors will begin the sentencing phase to decide life or death for the man convicted of killing two former Auburn University football players and another man.
25, Oct 2014 - Doctor says Guantanamo practices ill-advised
The government is applying ill-advised procedures as a form of punishment for hunger strikers at Guantanamo Bay prison, a medical doctor told a federal court Tuesday.
25, Oct 2014 - Alyeska worker convicted for tax evasion
ANCHORAGE — A North Slope oil worker has been found guilty of tax evasion in federal court for failing to file tax returns and, for some years, claiming on tax returns that he had no income.
25, Oct 2014 - Bond lowered in RB Dwyer's assault case
A Phoenix court has lowered the bond used to release Arizona Cardinals running back Jonathan Dwyer from jail after he was arrested on charges that he assaulted his wife during arguments at their apartment.
25, Oct 2014 - MOSCOW — Two American journalists were briefly detained in Russia and taken to court Thursday for
RIO DE JANEIRO — Brazil’s presidential contenders are squaring off in another debate 10 days ahead of voting in the deadlocked race. President Dilma Rousseff and rival Aecio Neves are fighting to win over voters ahead of the Oct. 26 runoff ballot....
25, Oct 2014 - Suspect in Officer Involved Shooting Pleads Not Guilty
A man accused of threatening an officer with a knife during a traffic stop August 8, prompting a lengthy closure of the highway is expected to find out Monday if his case will head to trial.
25, Oct 2014 - Arizona voters could kick 2 judges off bench
This marks the first election where two judges have been labeled as not meeting judicial standards.
25, Oct 2014 - Proposal to house inmates in Ky. on 'back burner'
By Phil Kabler CHARLESTON, W.Va. - With inmate populations trending downward, and with opportunities for several new in-state facilities, a proposal to house state prisoners at a private, for-profit prison in Kentucky is no longer a priority, West Virginia's corrections commissioner told legislators Monday. "That really has been put way back on the back burner, based on the decrease we've been ...
25, Oct 2014 - Marijuana worth $1.3M seized after stop on turnpike
A Pittsburgh woman and a Las Vegas man were in the Wood County jail Friday after the Ohio Highway Patrol allegedly found about $1.3 million worth of marijuana after stopping their vehicles, authorities said.
25, Oct 2014 - Utah mom accused of killing 6 babies appears in court
Megan Huntsman, accused of killing six of her newborn babies and storing their bodies in her garage, appears in court Monday, Oct. 20, 2014, in Provo, Utah. Huntsman made a brief court appearance as attorneys set Dec. 11 for a hearing where a judge will hear a review of the evidence.
25, Oct 2014 - Prosecutor to Seek Death Penalty in Okla. Beheading
Alton Nolen, 30, is accused of stabbing and beheading a co-worker during a rampage at a Moore, Okla., food processing plant.
25, Oct 2014 - Ex-Jefferies Trader Gets Bail as Court Questions Verdict
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