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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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26, Oct 2014 - North Bethlehem man accused of rape pleads no contest
A North Bethlehem Township man accused of raping two young girls while babysitting them 13 years ago pleaded no contest to lesser charges Wednesday morning just before his trial was set to begin with two more alleged victims prepared to testify against him.
26, Oct 2014 - Judge Scolds Hollywood Sex Accuser for Lying in Court (Exclusive)
Michael Egan claimed that he had no help authoring detailed legal papers, then switched his answer after the judge warned him not to lie read more
26, Oct 2014 - Exoneree Diaries: As series closes, how can system ever repay the falsely imprisoned?
Over the past two decades, Chicago lawyers, journalists and innocence crusaders have exposed flaws in the criminal justice system. Indeed, Cook County leads the country in the number of exonerations. But one area of wrongful convictions that has gone overlooked, apart from media coverage about multimillion dollar lawsuits won by the few, is how exonerated prisoners struggle to re-enter society ...
26, Oct 2014 - Court Tosses Pastor From Pulpit in AIDS Scandal
An Alabama judge has ordered a minister who admitted sleeping with his flock while he had AIDS to give up the pulpit.
26, Oct 2014 - District Attorney candidates pitch to voters
LAPLACE — Over 200 people packed into the Belle Terre Country Club Tuesday night for a forum featuring the three candidates vying for St. John the Baptist Parish District Attorney.
26, Oct 2014 - Decision makes Idaho 27th state to allow same-sex marriage
Same-sex marriage can move forward in Idaho after the Supreme Court on Friday refused the state's request to delay implementation. It was unclear when gays and lesbians in Idaho could legally wed, but the decision will make Idaho the 27th state to allow same-sex marriage.
26, Oct 2014 - Trial scheduled next summer for man accused in Las Vegas Strip shooting, crash that killed 3
A self-described pimp already in Nevada state prison for a rape and robbery conviction will go to trial next summer in a Las Vegas Strip shooting and fiery crash that killed three people.
26, Oct 2014 - Hunt trial clarified
What is a Brady Violation? MMI explains, with the help of Randolph County Prosecuting Attorney Mike Fusselman, how exactly a Brady Violation came into play during this case, and what it meant for both the prosecution and defense teams.
26, Oct 2014 - ACLU Maps Out N.J. Same-Sex Marriages
Nearly 4,000 marriage licenses have been issued to same-sex couples in New Jersey since the state Supreme Court cleared the way for gay marriages one year ago.
26, Oct 2014 - Inmate indicted for allegedly sending sexually explicit letters to 3 San Augustine women
A San Augustine County grand jury indicted a Zavalla man already serving two concurrent eight-year prison sentences on three felony stalking charges in connection to allegations that he sent vulgar, sexually explicit letters to three women in that area.
26, Oct 2014 - Police raids net dozens of drug arrests in Philadelphia suburb
By Daniel Kelley PHILADELPHIA (Reuters) - Federal prosecutors arrested and charged dozens of suspects on Friday in early-morning raids targeting drug gangs operating in Chester, a historical town outside Philadelphia that has earned a reputation for violent crime. The sweep in Chester, founded in the 1600s on the Delaware River south of the city, led to 33 arrests, and additional charges for ...
26, Oct 2014 - Expansion of Oklahoma DNA database to be studied
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - Oklahoma lawmakers have scheduled a study on legislation that would require persons accused of crimes to provide samples of their DNA. Defendants convicted of certain crimes in the state are already required to provide DNA samples to law enforcement authorities to determine if they ...
26, Oct 2014 - U.S. court dismisses $200 million suit in West Virginia fatal police shooting
By Jeffrey Roth (Reuters) - A U.S. federal court has dismissed a $200 million civil lawsuit filed by the family of a man being treated for schizophrenia who was shot 23 times by police in West Virginia, drawing criticism from the local chapter of a national civil rights group. U.S. District Court Judge Gina Groh of the Northern District of West Virginia ruled that the use of deadly force by five ...
26, Oct 2014 - Sentenced to death, inmate now faces new penalties
The Georgia Supreme Court says that the death penalty is not enough punishment for a Walker County killer.
26, Oct 2014 - Tallwood High teacher gets 3 years for pot, heroin
VIRGINIA BEACH A former orchestra teacher will serve three years in prison for drug crimes after marijuana and heroin were found in his office at Tallwood High School. An assistant principal smelled marijuana in the school Nov. 5, and a school resource officer traced the odor to Christopher James Brydge's office, according to a news release from the Commonwealth's Attorney's Office.
26, Oct 2014 - Va. to cut 565 jobs, shut Powhatan prison to close money gap
Correctional facilities in Augusta and Clarke counties are also on the chopping block as the Department of Corrections is to absorb 90 percent of cuts announced by Gov. Terry McAuliffe.
26, Oct 2014 - Arkansas' highest court tosses law that requires voters to show photo ID before casting ballot
Arkansas' highest court has struck down a state law that requires voters to show photo identification before casting a ballot.
26, Oct 2014 - UPDATE: Marine awaits sentence after pleading guilty to shooting colleague
Published: Tuesday, October 7, 2014 at 10:47 AM. Updated at 6:02 p.m. The court-martial hearing for a Camp Lejeune Marine accused of fatally shooting a fellow Marine will resume Wednesday where a sentencing is expected to take place.
26, Oct 2014 - Video shows police searching Hernandez home
Lawyers for ex-New England Patriot Aaron Hernandez continued their effort Wednesday to have cellphone evidence thrown out, and a judge began hearing testimony on what the defense claims was an unlawful interrogation of him at his home.
26, Oct 2014 - Hamptons Film Festival Announces Jury Awards, Special Prizes
'Little Accidents,' 'Virunga' and 'Gett: The Trial of Viviane Amsalem' were among the titles that received multiple honors.
26, Oct 2014 - Marine sentenced in deadly shooting at Camp Lejeune gate
A Camp Lejeune Marine who pleaded guilty in the fatal shooting of a fellow Marine has been sentenced to two years in the brig.
26, Oct 2014 - Prosecutor: No need for new trial in Simpson case
LAS VEGAS (AP) -- O.J. Simpson got a fair trial after a hotel room heist and there's no need for another trial following his 2008 conviction and imprisonment on kidnapping and armed robbery charges, prosecutors told the Nevada Supreme Court.
26, Oct 2014 - Marine sentenced in fatal shooting on NC base
CAMP LEJEUNE, N.C. (AP) — A Camp Lejeune Marine who pleaded guilty in the fatal shooting of a fellow Marine on base has been sentenced to two years in the brig.
26, Oct 2014 - State doesn't object to expediting marriage case
LITTLE ROCK — The Arkansas attorney general's office says it doesn't object to the state's highest court moving quickly on a lawsuit challenging a gay marriage ban.
26, Oct 2014 - County issues same-sex marriage licenses
Nye County issued two same-sex marriage licenses Monday, the first for the county since the federal courts overturned the bans in Nevada and Idaho on Oct. 7.
26, Oct 2014 - Aplington man to serve over 16 years for child porn
CEDAR RAPIDS — An Aplington man who possessed child pornography was sentenced Monday to over 16 years in federal prison. Jeremiah Romo, 21, pleaded guilty to one count of possession of child pornography in May. During the plea hearing, Romo admitted to possessing child pornography, including one or more depictions of prepubescent children. He also admitted that he was convicted in 2008 of second ...
26, Oct 2014 - Public safety log (Oct. 24)
People arrested are innocent unless proven otherwise in court. Initial charges often change as a case progresses.
26, Oct 2014 - Desmonte Leonard's fate now in the hands of jury
It took 58 minutes to charge the jury in the capital murder trial of Auburn mass shooting suspect Desmonte Leonard. At 9:37 a.m. the jury was sent to begin their deliberations.
26, Oct 2014 - Researchers say fewer Ala. inmates being paroled
MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) — Researchers say despite prison overcrowding concerns, fewer Alabama inmates are being paroled and prisoners are spending more time behind bars before being released on parole.
26, Oct 2014 - Jury convicts man of murder in Auburn, Alabama pool party shooting
By Sherrel Wheeler Stewart BIRMINGHAM Ala. (Reuters) - An Alabama jury on Tuesday convicted a 24-year-old man of capital murder in the deaths of two former Auburn University football players and another man, all shot at a pool party in 2012, a court official said. Desmonte Leonard was found guilty of murdering Edward Christian and Ladarious Phillips, both 20-year-old former college football ...
26, Oct 2014 - Committee weighs Masunaga’s qualifications for judgeship
An army of public officials rushed to the defense of Margaret Masunaga, a Hawaii County deputy corporation counsel, after the Hawaii State Bar Association deemed her unqualified to be a district judge.
26, Oct 2014 - Deadly Guardrails on Trial in Trinity Whistle-Blower Case
Trinity Industries Inc. (TRN) is set to defend itself a second time at trial against $1 billion in claims that its highway guardrail systems lock up and puncture cars on impact -- sometimes with fatal consequences.
26, Oct 2014 - South Dakota gay marriage ban headed to court
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) — A federal judge could decide Friday whether to dismiss a lawsuit challenging South Dakota's ban on gay marriage, with attorneys for both sides expected to argue their case as
26, Oct 2014 - Latest Pennsylvania news, sports, business and entertainment
A man accused of killing his ex-girlfriend, her parents and her new boyfriend and leaving their bodies in a field is expected be arraigned in a Florida court.
26, Oct 2014 - Arkansas Supreme Court becomes latest to strike down voter ID law
The seven-member court delivered an unusual decision Wednesday that was at once unanimous and split 4 to 3.
26, Oct 2014 - Ninth Circuit Vacates Lower Court Decision in Hawai’i Marriage Equality Case
Alston Hunt Floyd & Ing attorney Clyde J. Wadsworth argued the case before the Ninth Circuit (PRWeb October 21, 2014) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/Top-Law-Firm-Hawaii/Alston-Hunt-Floyd/prweb12267486.htm
26, Oct 2014 - Fayette seeks ownership of building for jail
Over the objections of board Chairman Al Ambrosini, two Fayette County commissioners on Tuesday voted to seek ownership of a former city police station and ...
26, Oct 2014 - Connecticut high school stabbing suspect back in court
Christopher Plaskon, the Connecticut high school student accused of stabbing his classmate to death, appeared in court Thursday morning.
26, Oct 2014 - Judge may issue warrant for Hawaii man charged in Tredyffrin harassment
WEST CHESTER A Common Pleas Court judge is considering issuing an arrest warrant for a Hawaii man who has failed to appear in court to answer for the charges against him, after he allegedly sent threatening emails to a Delaware County lawyer who once represented him.
26, Oct 2014 - Guidelines aimed at slowing growth of inmate count
MONTOMGERY, Ala. (AP) — Officials studying ways to reduce Alabama prison overcrowding and inmate recidivism say new sentencing guidelines that were implemented in 2013 are expected to stabilize and slow the growth of the state's prison population.
26, Oct 2014 - Court holds parents can be liable for child's bad Facebook behavior
A Georgia appellate court has ruled that parents can be sued over what their children post, at least in some cases.
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