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28, Jan 2015 - Tsarnaev probably won’t get the death penalty
Even a juror who claimed openness to the death penalty could waver in the face of evidence about any misfortunes in Tsarnaev’s life that may have led him to commit this crime. Tsarnaev’s youth might be further cause for sympathy.
28, Jan 2015 - Oklahoma Attorney General Asks SCOTUS To Halt Executions
The Oklahoma Attorney General asked the US Supreme Court to halt the next three executions in the state.
28, Jan 2015 - Sterling man faces 20 years in prison for oxycodone distribution
A Sterling man faces 20 years in prison and a $1 million fine after he pleaded guilty Wednesday in federal court to conspiring with an Arlington doctor to illegally distribute more than 17,000 oxycodone pills.
28, Jan 2015 - Supreme Court to Decide on Gay Marriage Nationwide; Christian Groups Hope Judges Leave Decision to
As the U.S. Supreme Court announced Friday it will review 6th Circuit marriage cases, and thereby decide the future of marriage in America, Christian groups said the people and their elected representatives, and not unelected judges, should decide if states should legally recognize gay marriage.
28, Jan 2015 - Alabama Woman Sentenced to 219 Years in Prison
A judge has sentenced an Alabama woman to 219 years in prison for her role in an incestuous sex ring accused of molesting children for years.
28, Jan 2015 - Casper appeals smoking decision to Wyoming Supreme Court
Casper's long-smoldering smoking issue may now go before the Wyoming Supreme Court after the city appealed a district court decision declaring the city clerk illegally scrubbed 67 names from a referendum petition.
28, Jan 2015 - Georgia prisoners aim to earn high school diplomas behind bars
ALTO | Within the first week of the new year, an inmate at the Arrendale State Prison in Habersham County earned her high school diploma while behind bars. Needing to brush up just a tad on social studies, she is the first graduate of the program that began this month to allow young inmates to obtain high school diplomas. read more
28, Jan 2015 - Nixon pardons 9 Missourians for nonviolent crimes
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon has pardoned nine people convicted of nonviolent crimes. Nixon on Monday announced the pardons for several military veterans and others who completed their sentences.
28, Jan 2015 - Keystone Pipeline Challengers Seek Nebraska Court Rehearing
Signs on a fence on the exact route of the Keystone XL pipeline in Fullerton, Nebraska. Close Signs on a fence on the exact route of the Keystone XL pipeline in Fullerton, Nebraska.
28, Jan 2015 - My Future in Prison
We attempted to deliver a loaf of bread and a letter to the commander of Whiteman Air Force base. (Shane Franklin)
28, Jan 2015 - Gearhart named a Senior CLASS award candidate
Rice University forward Seth Gearhart has been named one of 30 men’s basketball candidates for the 2014-15 Senior CLASS Award, which honors seniors who excel both on and off the court with notable ach
28, Jan 2015 - Murder trial begins after withdrawn guilty plea in Tolono shooting
Brian Maggio, formerly of Savoy, is being tried for the first time for his brother's murder. URBANA — Moments after getting a glimpse in a Champaign County courtroom of the man who fatally shot her husband, Tara Stromberg's voice broke. Asked to identify Mark Maggio, the widow paused, swallowed a sob and said the picture shown to her was the man she was married to for 10 years before his life ...
28, Jan 2015 - Documents detail Phillips' past legal woes
OTTAWA - The man facing criminal charges after the discovery of a hazardous chemicals cache in Halifax was diagnosed in 2008 with a mood disorder, an addiction to painkillers, an alcohol problem and narcissistic tendencies, court documents show.
28, Jan 2015 - Ex-Bragg cook on military death row gets hearing
FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. (AP) - A former Fort Bragg soldier now on the military's death row has a federal court hearing scheduled next year in Kansas about the death sentence he received for a series of rapes and murders in the late 1980s. The Fayetteville Observer reported ( a ...
28, Jan 2015 - Thieves hit 13 mortgage offices in 5 states to steal IDs
NEWPORT NEWS They drove up and down the East Coast trying to break into Wells Fargo mortgage offices, according to court documents. New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Connecticut and Maryland. Thirteen locations in all. Jeffrey "Lef" Washington and his crew weren't interested in cash, though. The money would come later.
28, Jan 2015 - Supreme Court blocks Welch’s early release
Larry Welch will stay in prison, for now.
28, Jan 2015 - Ga. man executed for killing fellow inmate
ATLANTA (AP) — Georgia on Tuesday executed a man who killed a fellow inmate despite arguments from his lawyers that his execution was prohibited by the Constitution because he was intellectually disabled.
28, Jan 2015 - Buhl Man Evidently Hanged Himself in Prison
BOISE • A Buhl man serving life in prison appears to have hanged himself, prison officials said Wednesday.
28, Jan 2015 - Attorneys Want Kleinert Case Moved to Federal Court
Attorneys for a former Austin police officer claim he's immune from the criminal charges against him. A Travis County grand jury indicted Charles Kleinert on one count of reckless manslaughter after he shot and killed Larry Jackson Jr. in July 2013. As our Jeff Stensland explains, attorneys are trying to move the case to federal court.
28, Jan 2015 - TCU-West Virginia Preview
West Virginia attempts to generate scoring by securing more possessions through turnovers forced with its full-court, high-pressure defense. The 18th-ranked Mountaineers look to avoid a third defeat in four games Saturday as they host a TCU team also looking to get back on track offensively. West Virginia (15-3, 3-2 Big 12) leads the nation with 22.1 turnovers forced per contest, attempting to ...
28, Jan 2015 - Moscow shooting suspect makes court appearance
WHITMAN COUNTY, Wash. - The man accused of going on a shooting spree and killing three people is expected to make his first court appearance in Whitman County Monday afternoon. 29-year-old John Lee faces Eluding charges stemming from the pursuit that led to his arrest. Lee will then be extradited back to Latah County in Idaho where he will be charged with three counts of First Degree Murder and ...
28, Jan 2015 - Benson family drama, told in letters and court filings
Tom Benson allegedly authored and emailed a letter to his daughter and two grandkids. That letter was included as part of a lengthy court filing Thursday that asks a judge to make Benson's daughter, Renee, executor of her father's sports and business empire.
28, Jan 2015 - Lawsuit between county, Medrano-Vargas settled
A lawsuit filed by Martin Medrano-Vargas against Washington County and Sheriff Jerry Dunbar – individually and in Dunbar’s capacity as sheriff — on June 26, 2013 was reported tentatively settled out of court earlier this week. Medrano-Vargas’ attorney, Des Moines-based Brandon Brown, filed a notice of settlement Monday in U.S. District Court, Southern District of Iowa in Des Moines. Brown ...
28, Jan 2015 - NeoStem Strengthens Executive Management With Appointments of David J. Mazzo, PhD as Chief Executiv
NEW YORK -- NeoStem, Inc. , a leader in the development and manufacturing of cell therapy products and regenerative medicine, today announced the appointments of David J. Mazzo, PhD as Chief Executive ...
28, Jan 2015 - Texas advocates, officials seek reform after fatal wreck of prison bus near Odessa
AUSTIN — Advocates and several members of the Texas House of Representatives are calling for a review of prison-transport procedures after a bus headed for El Paso slid off a freeway killing 10 of the 15 people aboard.
28, Jan 2015 - Champaign felon charged with weapons offense
URBANA — A 38-year-old Champaign man found early Tuesday near an adult bookstore where police also found a gun and latex gloves nearby has been charged with being an armed habitual criminal. If convicted of the Class X felony, multiple-convicted felon Naytwane A. Adams, who listed an address in the 300 block of East Park Avenue, faces six to 30 years in prison. read more
28, Jan 2015 - Poll: Most say restore health aid if court kills subsidies
WASHINGTON (AP) — More than 6 in 10 Americans would want Congress to restore federal financial assistance for millions buying health care coverage under President Barack Obama's health care law if the Supreme Court invalidates some of those government subsidies, a poll said Wednesday.
28, Jan 2015 - Night Court: Michigan pounds Nebraska
Night Court: Michigan pounds Nebraska
28, Jan 2015 - Kanaka Maoli wins illegal vending case
LIHUE — The case against a Kanaka Maoli Hawaiian charged with commercial vending in a state park was tossed out of Kauai District Court on Thursday.
28, Jan 2015 - Monterey murderer files SB9 petition
Norman Ford Willover went on a murder spree in Monterey shortly after he escaped from a juvenile detention center in Utah. He was 17 years old. A judge sentenced him to serve two life sentences without possibility of parole. His co-defendant in his murder case, Joseph Manibusan, was sentenced to death, and is currently on death row at San Quentin prison.  Willover was back in a Salinas courtroom ...
28, Jan 2015 - Judge delays new decision on Penn Valley cell tower case
A new Nevada County Superior Court Judge on the case of a Penn Valley building permit near a Verizon cell tower said Monday he needed more time to catch up on the four-year-old legal battle.
28, Jan 2015 - Lawmakers, courts focus on possible municipal court changes
After teenager Michael Brown was killed by a police officer last August, some of the protests and anger were aimed at Missouri’s municipal courts and how some people believe they prey on poor people.
28, Jan 2015 - Man convicted in 1976 murder, apprehended in Gwinnett in 2009, dies in prison
Authorities believe Johnny Wright lived in the metro Atlanta area under a false name for decades following the murder of a 23-year-old Missouri woman.
28, Jan 2015 - US executes mentally disabled man
Warren Lee Hill had "the emotional and cognitive functioning of an 11-year-old boy", according to one of his lawyers, but he was put to death by the state of Georgia.
28, Jan 2015 - Man Executed for Killing Fellow Inmate
A man convicted in the killing of a fellow inmate has been executed in Georgia despite claims by his lawyers that he was intellectually disabled. Warren Lee Hill was put to death by injection of a single drug Tuesday at the state prison in Jackson. The 54-year-old was pronounced dead at 7:55 p. ...
28, Jan 2015 - Appeals court hears Arkansas, North Dakota abortion cases
ST. LOUIS (AP) — A closely watched legal fight over two of the nation's most stringent abortion bans resumed Tuesday, with attorneys for North Dakota and Arkansas asking a federal appeals court to reinstate two laws overturned by two separate lower federal courts.
28, Jan 2015 - Text of Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon's 2015 State of the State address
"Thank you, Lt. Gov. Kinder, Speaker Diehl, members of the General Assembly, judges of the Missouri Supreme Court, state officials, members of my cabinet, and honored guests.
28, Jan 2015 - Utah woman accused in fake lawyer case banned from legal work
A Utah judge ordered a woman accused of posing as a lawyer and representing clients to stay out of the legal profession on...
28, Jan 2015 - Indiana chief justice plans to modernize court system
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - Indiana Supreme Court Chief Justice Loretta Rush said Wednesday she plans to give the state's judiciary system a technological face-lift. During her first State of the Judiciary speech to the General Assembly, Rush announced plans to modernize the courts with an electronic-filing system that she ...
28, Jan 2015 - El Monte woman gets 1-year sentence for green card scam
An El Monte woman was sentenced Monday to a year in federal prison for participating in a scheme to file fraudulent “green card” applications on behalf of immigrants who were married to United States citizens, some of whom paid more than $20,000 for the service. Claudia Arreola, 36, was also ordered by U.S. District Judge […]
28, Jan 2015 - Man Sent to Prison in $146K Dairy Embezzlement Case
TWIN FALLS • A judge made good on his word Monday and sent Scott Yore to prison.
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