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30, Sep 2014 - When Teachers, Not Students, Do The Cheating
The trial of 12 Atlanta educators charged in an alleged cheating conspiracy is under way.
30, Sep 2014 - State highlights: Officials say Medi-Cal autism coverage details still emerging; Ill. Attorney Gene
At the first stakeholder meeting last week to review California's new autism Medi-Cal coverage, state health officials said many details have yet to be worked out. Medi-Cal is California's Medicaid program.
30, Sep 2014 - Judge Case withdraws order for internet crimes against children documents
Within minutes of the Court of Appeals accepting the fifth mandamus action the Montgomery County District Attorney’s Office has filed against 9th state District Court Judge Kelly Case on Friday, the j
30, Sep 2014 - Law Firm Merger Creates One of US’s Largest Insurance Law Firms
Chicago and Los Angeles –Hinshaw & Culbertson LLP, a national law firm with 460 lawyers in 22 offices around the country and Barger & Wolen LLP, a California-based law firm with 45 attorneys in six offices, announced today they will join forces.
30, Sep 2014 - Marathon Bombing Suspect, Feds Battle Over Moving Trial
A push by Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev to move his trial outside Massachusetts has led to a war of words — and paper — between his lawyers and federal prosecutors.
30, Sep 2014 - Groups sue Duke Energy over coal ash pollution
A coalition of North Carolina environmental groups sued Duke Energy on Wednesday over pollution leaking from the company's coal ash dumps. Three lawsuits filed in U.S. District Court cite water pollution and dam safety issues at Duke's coal-fired power plants at Buck Steam Station near Salisbury, the Cape Fear Plant in Moncure and the H.F. Lee Plant near Goldsboro. The complaints, filed under ...
30, Sep 2014 - Vigil planned for inmate killed in cell
Davidson was found dead in his cell Sept. 7; his cellmate, Douglas Ipsen, is accused of killing him. SIOUX FALLS - A "Take Back the Site" vigil will be held for a prison inmate who was found dead earlier this month.
30, Sep 2014 - NY Man Sent To Prison For Burning 13 Pit Bulls To Death
A New York man who trained pit bulls to fight and then allegedly set fire to their pen in his garage, resulting in the death of 13 dogs, was sentenced to prison on Monday. Anthony Reddick, 53, admitted that he illegally trained the pit bulls to fight, and when first responders found his garage on NY Man Sent To Prison For Burning 13 Pit Bulls To Death is an article from: The Inquisitr News
30, Sep 2014 - Stryker Hip Recall Lawsuits Grow In Federal Multidistrict, With More Than 1,700 Cases Filed, The Ol
All of the Stryker Hip Replacement Lawsuits Pending in Minnesota Federal Court Allege That Recalled Rejuvenate and ABG II Hip Stems Caused Recipients to Suffer Metallosis, Adverse Tissue Reactions, Pain, and Other Complications Leading to Premature Device Failure (PRWeb September 30, 2014) Read the full story at
30, Sep 2014 - 2nd trial begins for Fla. man accused of killing Georgia teen during argument over loud music
Jury selection is set to begin for the second trial of a Florida man accused of killing a Georgia teenager during an argument over loud music outside a Jacksonville convenience store.
30, Sep 2014 - Court Gives Scott an October Deadline in Mayor Case
The Florida Supreme Court has given Gov. Rick Scott a mid-October deadline to explain why he won't lift the suspension of a South Florida mayor acquitted of federal corruption charges.
30, Sep 2014 - St. Pat's crash suit settles for $3.5 million
After six years of legal wrangling that reached the state Supreme Court, an insurance company has agreed to pay $3.5 million to settle long-pending claims stemming from a St. Patrick's Day drunken-driving crash that claimed four lives and left two young girls injured and motherless.
30, Sep 2014 - 10 Geeky Debates That Had To Be Settled By Federal Courts
Meet the real Justice League: the federal courts that, over the past several decades, have issued rulings that decided the fates of superheroes, robots, zombies, mutants and entire galaxies. Here are ten court rulings that meted out justice in the world of nerdery. Read more...
30, Sep 2014 - Judge refuses to postpone trial of Detroit officer who killed 7-year-old girl in 2010 raid
A lawyer for a Detroit police officer who accidentally killed a girl during a raid fears that widespread media coverage of a police shooting in Missouri could harm his client's right to a fair trial.
30, Sep 2014 - Sexually graphic movies in Iowa prisons to be reviewed
A woman officer says she suffered gender discrimination and a hostile work environment.
30, Sep 2014 - Thoratec Announces Start Of Heartmate III™ U.S. Clinical Trial
PLEASANTON, Calif., Sept. 9, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Thoratec Corporation (THOR), a world leader in device-based mechanical circulatory support therapies to save, support and restore failing hearts, announced today that it has begun to enroll patients in the HeartMate III™ U.S. HeartMate III is a centrifugal-flow chronic left ventricular assist system.  The fully magnetically levitated technology ...
30, Sep 2014 - First trial in deadly blast set for June 2015
A northern Indiana judge set a June 2015 trial date for the first of three suspects facing charges in the deadly south side explosion.
30, Sep 2014 - No ruling in bid to make Dems fill U.S. Senate candidate vacancy
A three-judge Shawnee County panel didn't decide Monday whether Kansas Democrats should be required to fill the vacancy left when Chad Taylor dropped out of the closely contested U.S. Senate campaign against Sen. Pat Roberts, a three-term Republican.
30, Sep 2014 - Tuckpointing of Coles County Courthouse delayed
TOLEDO (JG-TC) -- Perhaps no one knows which are which, but this small community claims to be home to 1,187 "happy souls" and 13 "sore heads."
30, Sep 2014 - Federal court: Walker campaign probe should resume
A federal appeals court on Wednesday removed one barrier to restarting an investigation into possible illegal coordination between Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker's campaign and more than two dozen conservative groups, a...
30, Sep 2014 - Court: Big Newtown Square development can proceed
A multiyear legal battle over development of a 210-acre parcel in Newtown Square, Delaware County, concluded this week as the state Supreme Court ruled that the ambitious project can move forward.
30, Sep 2014 - Former Attorney General Mark Shurtleff wants to remove tie to John Swallow in criminal case
Mark Shurtleff does not want to be tied John Swallow in the pending criminal case against the two former Utah attorneys general.
30, Sep 2014 - USW: Court Orders Novelis to Reinstate Worker, Stop Illegal Efforts to Bust Union in Oswego
OSWEGO, N.Y., Sept. 10, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- A federal court has issued an injunction ordering aluminum producer Novelis to stop interfering with efforts to organize a union at its Oswego, N.Y., facility and to reinstate a worker the company had demoted for union activity. The court ordered Novelis to immediately stop engaging in its illegal union-busting activities, such as ...
30, Sep 2014 - Central Indiana woman sentenced in son's drowning
A central Indiana woman has been sentenced to 55 years in prison after pleading guilty but mentally ill for the drowning death of her 3-year-old son.
30, Sep 2014 - Cherokee County court reporters accused of stealing $485K
Three Cherokee County court reporters are accused of stealing more than $485,000 by billing for pages that didn’t exist, the Sheriff’s Office said Monday.
30, Sep 2014 - Supreme Court stops start of Ohio early voting
The Supreme Court handed Ohio Republicans an early election victory Monday when it halted the... The Supreme Court handed Ohio Republicans an early election victory Monday when it halted the state’s early voting program hours before it was to begin.
30, Sep 2014 - Alabama federal judge resolves wife-beating charge with court program
(Reuters) - An Alabama federal district court judge facing accusations he beat his wife agreed on Friday to attend a 24-week program on family and domestic violence and undergo a substance abuse assessment to resolve the charges, his attorney said. District Court Judge Mark Fuller, 55, was arrested last month and charged with a misdemeanor count of battery after his wife called police from an ...
30, Sep 2014 - Marathon suspect, feds battle over moving trial - Quincy Herald-Whig | Illinois & Missouri News, Sp
BOSTON (AP) - A push by Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev to move his trial outside Massachusetts has led to a war of words - and paper - between his lawyers and federal prosecutors.
30, Sep 2014 - Loden appeals death sentence
A federal judge in Mississippi erroneously denied Thomas Loden Jr.'s request to review the conduct of his defense attorneys, the lawyers for the death row inmate argue in briefs filed with the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals.
30, Sep 2014 - Shan Carter seeks to defend himself at murder trial
Judge orders him to undergo a psychological evaluation before a decision is made.
30, Sep 2014 - Liberal group says Wisconsin voters can't get IDs by November election
The law has been dormant since February 2012 pending legal challenges. The 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, however, reinstated the photo ID requirement Sept. 12 while it ponders the merits of arguments against the law.
30, Sep 2014 - Man Sentenced To 15 Years Following Leon County Drug Bust
Rodney Davis was stopped by a State Trooper outside Centerville. The trooper found six kilos of cocaine and a .40 caliber Smith and Wesson in his car.
30, Sep 2014 - Confusion abounds as Colorado Supreme Court considers workers' pot use
A Colorado Supreme Court hearing that will have major implications for marijuana and the workplace ended Tuesday with the state's most esteemed justices mostly scratching their heads.
30, Sep 2014 - Juror's misconduct leads to new trial for convicted killer
A convicted killer whose death warrant was signed by then-Pennsylvania Gov. Ed Rendell has been granted a new trial. Bryan Galvin was granted the new trial due to misconduct by one of the jurors during the previous trial in August 2007, officials said. The jury convicted Galvin of first degree murder for the death of Kristopher Kolesnik, whose body was found in the back of a van Galvin was ...
30, Sep 2014 - Trump Entertainment gets interim operating cash
A Delaware bankruptcy judge on Wednesday agreed to allow Trump Entertainment Resorts to temporarily continue operations using cash owed to billionaire Carl Icahn, the company's sole secured lender. Judge ...
30, Sep 2014 - Program Rice in is rarely granted
The pretrial intervention program offered to Ray Rice in the assault case involving his wife was granted in less than 1 percent of all domestic violence assault cases from 2010-13 that were resolved, according to New Jersey Judiciary data obtained Friday.
30, Sep 2014 - Email to a Friend
MERIDIAN, Idaho - More than 100 people gathered for a vigil at the Meridian City Hall Ampitheater to pray for the safe return of a pastor from Boise, Idaho, jailed in Iran for preaching Christianity.
30, Sep 2014 - Iseman, Cunningham, Riester & Hyde Senior Counsel Recognized by Super Lawyers
Albany lawyer recognized for personal injury and environmental and business litigation practice. (PRWeb September 29, 2014) Read the full story at
30, Sep 2014 - Ex-food mart worker sentenced in fuel-fraud case
TEXARKANA — A federal judge has ordered a former food mart employee to pay nearly $600,000 to a commercial trucking company for phony fuel purchases.
30, Sep 2014 - New Hampshire man appeals conviction for killing teen
By Ted Siefer MANCHESTER N.H. (Reuters) - A New Hampshire man is appealing his conviction for killing a 19-year-old college student lured to his apartment for sex. Seth Mazzaglia, 31, was found guilty in June of first degree murder and several other charges related to the 2012 killing of Elizabeth Marriott, who was a student at the University of New Hampshire. Mazzaglia was sentenced last month ...
30, Sep 2014 - Woman gets 12 years for part in fatal robbery
A central Florida woman has been sentenced to 12 years in prison for her part in a fatal robbery.
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