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Lawsuit Filed Against Jody Kriss, Former Bayrock Executive & Founder of East River Partners
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16, Sep 2014 - Attorneys offering free services to influx of unaccompanied minors
An influx of immigrant children from Central America are making their way into Louisiana. Advocates, lawyers and translators have started a pro bono project to help these unaccompanied minors who need immigration services and can not afford it.
16, Sep 2014 - US man wins release after arson-murder rap tossed
SCRANTON, Pennsylvania (AP) A New York City man who has spent 24 years in prison for setting a fire that killed his daughter will be released from custody while prosecutors decide whether to retry him.U.S. District Judge William...
16, Sep 2014 - Potential Applicants Attend Thomson Prison Job Fair
Hundreds of job-seekers walked into Thomson Prison on Tuesday, with more than 1,000 jobs reportedly up for grabs.The Federal Bureau of Prisons is holding a job fair through Thursday of this week to give applicants information on jobs and job requirements.Along Illinois Route 84, just north of Thomson, job-seekers like Kayla Horton and Jennifer Smith have a thousand reasons to be hopeful.“I ...
16, Sep 2014 - Bainbridge man gets life in prison
 The District Attorney's office says Dorian Goss was found guilty of murder by a Superior Court Judge in a bench trial that ended this morning.
16, Sep 2014 - Oregon Teen Blue Kalmbach Gets 11 Years For Carving Swastika In Friend's Forehead
Oregon Teen Blue Kalmbach Gets 11 Years For Carving Swastika In Friend's Forehead Teen Carves Swastika In Friend's Forehead, Gets 11 Years In Jail Teens Torture Their Friend, Carve Swastika Into His Forehead Oregon Teen Blue Kalmbach Gets 11 Years For Carving Swastika In Friend's Forehead Headlines Nation Weird News Has Been Optimized An Oregon teenager who carved a swastika into a friend’s ...
16, Sep 2014 - Indiana suit over in-vitro can go to trial
A lawsuit by a former schoolteacher who says she was fired by a northern Indiana diocese for trying to get pregnant through in vitro fertilization can proceed to trial.
16, Sep 2014 - Iowa man to serve life in pregnant wife's slaying - Quincy Herald-Whig | Illinois & Missouri Ne
ALBIA, Iowa (AP) - An Iowa man convicted of killing his pregnant wife was sentenced to life in prison Wednesday after the victim's relatives called him a coward who betrayed and devastated their family.
16, Sep 2014 - Lawyer disbarred for 3 decades in Greylord scandal wants license back
Others have tried. If Alphonse Gonzales is allowed to practice law again 30 years after the federal Operation Greylord corruption case, he would be the first to prevail.
16, Sep 2014 - Joseph E. Cordell Installed as the 51st President of the AAA-CPA
ST. LOUIS, Aug. 20, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Joseph E. Cordell, principal partner of domestic litigation firm Cordell & Cordell, was installed as the 51 st president of the American Association of Attorney-Certified ...
16, Sep 2014 - Trial Opens In Glastonbury Foster Parent's Sexual Assault Case
HARTFORD — A trial began Tuesday for one of two men accused of sexually assaulting boys they adopted through the state Department of Children and Families, with his accuser describing physical and sexual abuse he said he endured from both men over several years.
16, Sep 2014 - Florida Supreme Court Denies Lorillard’s Petition for Review
A petition made by Lorillard Tobacco Company on September 9, 2014 has been denied, which further strengthens the ongoing Engle-Progeny battle against Big Tobacco. The Florida Supreme Court just denied a petition seeking discretionary review of the Third District Court … Continue reading →
16, Sep 2014 - Security tight at Warren murder trial
There's increased security for a death penalty case in Trumbull County. Even the defendant is wearing a bullet proof vest under his shirt. David Martin is on trial, accused of murdering 21-year-old Jeremy Cole.
16, Sep 2014 - Ohio court clerk's husband pleads guilty to theft
LANCASTER, Ohio (AP) - The husband of a former central Ohio court clerk has pleaded guilty to theft in office under an agreement with prosecutors before his scheduled trial.
16, Sep 2014 - Casey Anthony Lawsuit: Defamation Suit Could Shed Light On Her Controversial Lifestyle
Casey Anthony will have to wait a bit longer to find out if she owes the woman she once accused of abducting her daughter, Caylee. However, if the case moves forward, it could mean even more controversy for her. A judge in Florida said Monday he would not rule on whether a case by Zenaida Casey Anthony Lawsuit: Defamation Suit Could Shed Light On Her Controversial Lifestyle is an article from ...
16, Sep 2014 - Florida's gay marriage ban is latest one to be struck down by a federal judge (+video)
A Tallahassee-based judge ruled in favor of 10 same-sex couples seeking to have their out-of-state marriages formally recognized by Florida and on behalf of one same-sex couple who sued to obtain a marriage license.
16, Sep 2014 - Burger King wants Hawaii needle lawsuit dismissed
Burger King wants to dismiss a lawsuit alleging there were needles in a sandwich after the former soldier who made the claim didn't attend a settlement conference. Clark Bartholomew sued after he said ...
16, Sep 2014 - Program that accepted Rice rare in domestic cases
The offender-rehabilitation program former Baltimore Raven Ray Rice entered after knocking his fiancee unconscious in an Atlantic City elevator is rarely used in domestic assault cases - but whether that means he got special treatment depends who you ask. Only 70 of the more than 15,000 domestic violence assault cases adjudicated from 2010 to 2013 in New Jersey's Superior Court were admitted ...
16, Sep 2014 - Man with devil-like appearance on trial for murder
The trial for Caius Veiovis, the last of three defendants charged with killing and dismembering three Pittsfield men in 2011, entered its second day Tuesday, Sept. 9th. The defendant has been known nationwide for his dramatic appearance.
16, Sep 2014 - Elyria man facing 20 years for distributing fentanyl that caused fatality
An Elyria man faces a likely sentence of 20 years in prison after pleading guilty to distributing heroin and fentanyl, including fentanyl that caused the death of an Elyria resident last year, law enforcement officials said.
16, Sep 2014 - Tracie Hunter trial resumes Monday with more witnesses
The second week of the trial of suspended Hamilton County Juvenile Court Judge Tracie Hunter continues Monday with more witness questioning.
16, Sep 2014 - South Carolina Dad Accused in 5 Children's Deaths was Ex-Con
By John O'Conner and Emily Wagster Pettus, Associated Press SPRINGFIELD, Ill. (AP) -- The South Carolina man accused of killing his five children and dumping their bodies in Alabama was an ex-convict who went on a crime spree more than a decade ago in Illinois, prison documents and a family member confirmed Thursday. ...
16, Sep 2014 - Attorney Wallace B. Anderson has Achieved the AV Preeminent® Rating - the Highest Possible Rating
TAMPA, Fla., Aug. 28, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Martindale-Hubbell® has confirmed that attorney Wallace B. Anderson, Jr. has earned, for the fifteenth (15th) consecutive year, the AV Preeminent Rating, Martindale-Hubbell's highest possible rating for both ethical standards and...
16, Sep 2014 - CeaseFire worker charged in diamond theft
A 47-year-old woman accused of stealing a diamond from a Rosemont jeweler is the latest employee of a prominent Chicago-based anti-violence program to get locked up in recent years. Stacie L. Winston, an employee of CeaseFire — an arm of Cure Violence — was charged last month with stealing a diamond worth more than $10,000 from Helzberg Diamonds on Dec. 2, according to court records. Winston, of ...
16, Sep 2014 - Vermont grapples with aging prison facilities
With Vermont's prison facilities aging, lawmakers are beginning to grapple with whether to build new or patch up the old. The state Department of Buildings and General Services shared data with a legislative ...
16, Sep 2014 - Eric Holder bringing personal perspective to Ferguson
WASHINGTON — Eric Holder talks about the nation's civil rights struggles in a way no previous U.S. attorney general could — by telling his own family story.
16, Sep 2014 - Goodman seeks trial delay because of blood appeal
Jury selection for polo exec's DUI manslaughter trial to start Oct. 6 in Tampa Wellington polo club founder John Goodman wants his DUI manslaughter retrial — slated for jury selection in Tampa Oct. 6 — to be postponed while a state appellate court considers his challenge concerning blood evidence.
16, Sep 2014 - Archaeological dig at American Revolutionary War prison site in Pennsylvania gets underway
Digging at the site of a prison camp for British soldiers in the American Revolution is underway in south-central Pennsylvania.
16, Sep 2014 - Texas doctor poisoned lover's coffee over obsession, says prosecutor
A breast cancer physician charged with spiking her lover's coffee with a compound used in antifreeze was obsessed with the man and even had a private investigator follow him, prosecutors said in opening statements at her trial on Monday.
16, Sep 2014 - Judge changes ruling on north Ga. man banished to Ware County
ATLANTA (AP) – A Georgia man who fired a gun at a home and was later banished from most of the state can live with his mother, but is not al…
16, Sep 2014 - Hospital Responds to Sanction Report in Wage Case
Nevada's public hospital is asking a federal judge to throw out the work of a court-appointed special master who recommends severe monetary sanctions after concluding that documents weren't produced as required in an employee wage and hours lawsuit.
16, Sep 2014 - 'Midnight Rider' executive pleads not guilty to criminal charges
Jay Sedrish, an executive producer and unit production manager on the controversial movie "Midnight Rider," has pleaded not guilty to charges of involuntary manslaughter and criminal trespass in the death of a 27-year-old camera assistant.
16, Sep 2014 - Appeals court overturns decision in Hollister Co. discrimination case
The 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals has reversed a federal court decision, ruling that Hollister Co. beach-property-style entrances with steps do not violate the Americans with Disabilities Act.
16, Sep 2014 - U.S. court throws out VirnetX $368 million patent award vs. Apple
By Jonathan Stempel (Reuters) - A federal appeals court on Tuesday threw out a jury order requiring Apple Inc to pay VirnetX Holding Corp $368.2 million in damages for infringing four patents concerning technology for providing security over the Internet. Shares of VirnetX plunged as much as 59.8 percent after the decision by the U.S. Federal Circuit Court of Appeals in Washington. The company ...
After reporting a few years ago on some troubling jail incidents, I decided to tour various Southern California jails to glean some insight. Most looked like something out of those tense prison movies with well-armed guards and clanking cell doors.
16, Sep 2014 - Missing girl, 15, may be in Charlotte Co.
A Florida Missing Child Alert is issued for 15-year-old Lindsey Marie Turner who went missing from Hialeah in Dade County.
16, Sep 2014 - Iowa State seeks dismissal of lawsuit over logo
Iowa State University wants a federal judge to dismiss a lawsuit that says university officials wrongfully barred a pro-marijuana group from using the school's Cy logo on T-shirts that also were decorated with cannabis...
16, Sep 2014 - The Ray Rice of Judges May Keep His Job
The wife of a federal judge in Alabama says he savagely beat her in a hotel room. So why will he probably return to the bench?
16, Sep 2014 - Outcome of dispute over Kansas election law has big implications as GOP fights for the Senate
TOPEKA, Kan. — The Kansas Supreme Court will hear arguments Tuesday over whether the Democrat who wants to drop out of the U.S. Senate race must stay on the ballot anyway, a dispute which could have a big effect on Republican hopes of recapturing a Senate majority.
16, Sep 2014 - Legislators push bill allowing governor to override parole board
A legislative panel pushed a draft bill allowing Montana's governor to grant clemency to state prison inmates at a meeting in Helena Wednesday morning.
16, Sep 2014 - $100,000 bond set for Champion man accused of raping teen
A 61-year-old Champion Township man is accused of raping a 14-year-old boy. Michael Jachimiak pleaded not guilty to one count of rape when he appeared in Warren Municipal Court.
16, Sep 2014 - Fairfield Commission on Crime addresses prevention
Youth programs and life skills education, alongside regular law enforcement, could reduce crime in Fairfield, according to a new report.
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