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27, Nov 2014 - States Ranked On Court Accessibility
A new ranking finds that access to the courts for people with disabilities varies significantly from one state to the next.
27, Nov 2014 - Fight over Coeur d’Alene mansion fixtures ends in settlement - Sat, 22 Nov 2014 PST
The former owner of a lavish Lake Coeur d’Alene mansion has agreed to return several large items he had removed from the home prior to losing it in bankruptcy. A settlement in Idaho Bankruptcy Court this week means former owner Denny Ryerson, 70, will return the large dock and three power generators that were removed from the house before it was acquired by the current owner, Dana Martin.
27, Nov 2014 - Hospital IT director sentenced for wiretapping
BLACKFOOT, Idaho (AP) - The former information technology director of a hospital in Blackfoot was sentenced to three years of probation after he was convicted of wiretapping. A Bingham County judge imposed the sentence for 46-year-old Jack York on Friday. York was accused along with three others ...
27, Nov 2014 - Man convicted in shooting of Stafford officer sentenced to 14 years
A jury has decided the punishment for a man convicted in the shooting of a Stafford police officer. Daniel Cruz was found guilty of aggravated assault of a public servant and has been sentenced to serve 14 years in prison.
27, Nov 2014 - State Attorney's Office: Aubrey Lee Price case
Price has been in custody since his arrest on December 31, 2013. In addition to being sentenced to 30 years' imprisonment, Price was also sentenced to serve a term of 5 years of supervised release. 
27, Nov 2014 - Kentucky Utilities Tax: Multichannel Video Programming and Communications Services Tax
DALLAS, Nov. 12, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- In City of Florence v. Flanery, Kentucky Court of Appeals, No. 2013-CA001112-MR (November 7, 2014), the Kentucky Court of Appeals ("Court") struck down Kentucky's ...
27, Nov 2014 - List of recorded 18 executions in South Dakota
The 18 recorded executions in South Dakota since it was part of Dakota Territory:
27, Nov 2014 - Idaho carjacking suspect sentenced for attempted kidnapping, escape - Wed, 12 Nov 2014 PST
BOISE – An Idaho carjacking suspect who was arrested on the Crow Indian Reservation in Montana has been sentenced to up to 13 years in prison for attempted second-degree kidnapping ...
27, Nov 2014 - Polo mogul gets 16 years' prison in DUI death
WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. (AP) — A South Florida polo mogul has again been sentenced to 16 years in prison following his second trial in a fatal drunken-driving crash.
27, Nov 2014 - 14-plus years for Cuban ballplayer smuggler
MIAMI (AP) — 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.
27, Nov 2014 - Woman serving murder term guilty of lesser crime
A western Pennsylvania woman who had been serving a 20- to 40-year sentence for stabbing her boyfriend five years ago could be released soon after being convicted of a lesser crime in his death.
27, Nov 2014 - Con artist gets 15 to 30 years for Chesco scam
An international con artist who stole $260,000 from an elderly East Caln man was sentenced to 15 to 30 years in prison Friday.
27, Nov 2014 - Tinmouth man charged with wire fraud in Florida court
BENNINGTON >> A Vermont man is being charged with wire fraud in a Florida district court after texting a defense witness in a manslaughter trial that he could have a relative assure a hung jury for $500,000 or an acquittal for $1 million. James Perron, 48, of Tinmouth, was arrested near Albany on Oct.
27, Nov 2014 - Fees for Americans a sore spot in Cuba travel
TAMPA — The battle for the Cuban charter flight business out of Tampa International Airport has landed in federal court, exposing what U.S. citizens must pay the secretive Cuban government for use of Havana’s José Martí International Airport.
27, Nov 2014 - Blank Rome Adds Veteran Bankruptcy Attorney in New York
Blank Rome LLP is pleased to announce that Rick Antonoff joined the Firm as a Partner in the Finance, Restructuring, and Bankruptcy group. Mr. Antonoff brings nearly 25 years of bankruptcy law experience to the Firm, with added emphasis on cross-border cases and insolvency issues arising in structured finance, securitization, and derivatives.
27, Nov 2014 - Davenport man resentenced in overdose death
A judge has resentenced a Davenport man who was convicted in a teenager's overdose death.
27, Nov 2014 - Demers pleads guilty to unlawful sexual contact
The former head of the Maine State Police entered a guilty plea to the charge of one count of unlawful sexual contact in Cumberland County court on Tuesday. Andrew Demers was accused of having sexual contact with a 4-year-old on several occasions at his New Gloucester home. He had pleaded not guilty in a previous court appearance. In 2013, Demers was indicted on the charges of gross sexual ...
27, Nov 2014 - Fugitive Friday: 11/07/14
If you know anything about these fugitives, you can earn up to $1,000 by calling Crime Stoppers at (800) 780-TIPS. All information below courtesy of Crime Stoppers.
27, Nov 2014 - Police officer released to rehab after allegedly swiping drug evidence
Tyler Kinney, a veteran officer with the Colchester, Vermont Police Department, was released from jail to a residential drug treatment program Monday. The release comes shortly after Kinney was accused of stealing heroin, other drugs, and a gun from the evidence storage lockers at the police department. Kinney has yet to formally answer to the charges with a plea in federal court. Kinney ...
27, Nov 2014 - Woman gets 5 years for Yellowstone pot trafficking
A judge has sentenced a West Virginia woman to five years in prison for trafficking nearly 300 pounds of marijuana in a recreational vehicle through Yellowstone National Park.
27, Nov 2014 - Justin Bieber Castrate & Kill Plot: Hired Henchman May Be Released, While Alleged ‘Mastermind’
Two men involved in a plot to kill and castrate Justin Bieber back in 2012 are once again in the news. Although court records show convicted killer Dana Martin instructed two hit men to kill two men in Vermont then strangle Bieber at a concert in New York City in 2012, Martin is not facing Justin Bieber Castrate & Kill Plot: Hired Henchman May Be Released, While Alleged ‘Mastermind’ Not Charged ...
27, Nov 2014 - Polo mogul gets 16-year prison sentence in DUI death of UCF grad
A South Florida polo mogul has again been sentenced to 16 years in prison following his second trial in a fatal drunken-driving crash.
27, Nov 2014 - President Obama nominates Loretta Lynch as attorney general
(CNN) — President Barack Obama on Saturday nominated Loretta Lynch as his next U.S. attorney general, describing the two-time U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of New York as a “tough, fair and independent” lawyer. “It’s pretty hard to be more qualified for this job than Loretta Lynch,” Obama said at the White House, where […]
27, Nov 2014 - Supreme Court Case Seeks Source Of Alabama Gerrymandering
The court is being asked to decide whether a 2010 state legislative redistricting in Alabama overloaded some districts with black Democrats on the basis of race or party.
27, Nov 2014 - Lynch has been US attorney for Manhattan since 2010, also served in role from 1999 to 2001
Information to follow. President Barack Obama on Saturday nominated Loretta Lynch as his next U.S. attorney general, describing the two-time U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of New York as a "tough, fair and independent" lawyer.
27, Nov 2014 - EDITORIAL: Feeding the homeless should not be a crime
On Monday, 90-year-old Arnold Abbott and two ministers in Fort Lauderdale, Florida were arrested for feeding the homeless. For each citation, violators of the law can receive 60 days in jail and a $500 fine.
27, Nov 2014 - Valencia, Ippolito and Bowman Become the First Criminal Defense Law Firm in Santa Clara to use Bill
In an effort to educate the public about some of the highly experienced criminal defense attorneys available in Santa Clara County, VIB Law has unveiled a new billboard campaign. The billboards, the first ever utilized by a criminal defense firm in the area, compliment the firm's other efforts at educating the public. (PRWeb November 17, 2014) Read the full story at ...
27, Nov 2014 - Detective: Penn. murderer says he killed in Texas
DALLAS (AP) — A man who was sentenced to death in Pennsylvania this week for the 2008 killing and dismemberment of a woman told investigators that he also killed women in Texas, where he used to live.
27, Nov 2014 - Attorneys seek to recoup fees, expenses in Yucca Mountain case
WASHINGTON — A nuclear waste repository might be or might never be built at Yucca Mountain but one group profited from a long legal fight over the Nevada site — the lawyers.
27, Nov 2014 - Lewiston father could face death penalty for infant's death
A Lewiston man could face the death penalty for allegedly killing his infant son.
27, Nov 2014 - County judge, DA up for election Nov. 4
The races for Fort Bend County political offices will come to a head on Tuesday, Nov. 4, as voters decide the victors of several of the county’s electoral contests, including district attorney, county
27, Nov 2014 - Contract Research Organization WCCT Global Announces Involvement in H1N1 Oral Vaccine Development
COSTA MESA, Calif., Oct. 28, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- WCCT Global, a full Service Contract Research Organization headquartered in Southern California announced their involvement in a sentinel clinical trial designed to evaluate safety and immunogenicity signals from a novel oral vaccine for influenza, as opposed to injectable or intranasal vaccines.  The study was first presented to the ...
27, Nov 2014 - Murphysboro man convicted of aggravated unlawful use of a gun
A Murphysboro, Illinois resident was convicted of aggravated unlawful use of a firearm after a jury trial, according to Jackson County State's Attorney Michael C. Carr.
27, Nov 2014 - Federal Judge Gives Vitality to Hawaiian Motor Vehicle Dealership Statute and Declares It Enforceab
In a ruling that could have broad ramifications for manufacturers and auto dealers across the nation, a Hawaii federal judge has designated a state motor vehicle act as the controlling statute in a contract ...
27, Nov 2014 - Bergen County races in homestretch [video]
If you pay property taxes or need to call the police for help or know someone who can't afford hospital or nursing home care, chances are you have a stake in the outcome of this year's election for Bergen County executive and freeholder.
27, Nov 2014 - Dramatic cross examinations continue in day four of Hunnewell trial
The defense of two men accused of killing a bakery worker during an armed robbery incident finally got their chance on Monday to illustrate the many parts of the investigation they believe were overlooked.
27, Nov 2014 - Houston man sentenced to 75 years in prison
A 115th District Court jury sentenced a Houston man to 75 years in prison Wednesday night after convicting him earlier that day of possession of methamphetamine with intent to deliver, said Upshur County District Attorney Billy Byrd.
27, Nov 2014 - Justice At Last for Final 'Angola Three' Prisoner Serving Longest Solitary Sentence in US H
An appeals court on Friday unanimously overturned the conviction against Albert Woodfox that has kept him in solitary confinement for more than four decades, bringing to an end a long, arduous quest for justice that spanned two prisons, alleged abuse by guards, and deteriorating health.
27, Nov 2014 - Drop all criminal raps vs Luisita farmers, DAR urged
Judge Scott Robinos of the Tarlac Municipal Trial Court Branch 1 referred the case filed by the Tarlac Development Corporation (Tadeco) against five farmers to the DAR, Oct. 1.
27, Nov 2014 - Neo-Nazi sentenced to federal prison for threats to Central Florida officials
A Virginia neo-Nazi convicted of threatening local law enforcers after the raid of an Osceola County white-supremacist compound in 2012 was sentenced to more than a decade in federal prison Friday.
27, Nov 2014 - Judge approved city’s franchise fee lawsuit deal
An Iowa judge has approved the settlement of a class-action lawsuit.
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