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when they go to the dictionary there was one copy only for the pronouncer who already mentioned that the words are small and she can't see very well. I wan(...)
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Lawsuit Filed Against Jody Kriss, Former Bayrock Executive & Founder of East River Partners
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Man Charged With Murder In Filer Pleads Not Guilty
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Second Oregon sex offender at Umatilla prison dies unexpectedly in just nine days
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21, Oct 2014 - After Supreme Court ruling, localities ready to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples
The U.S. Supreme Court has turned away appeals from five states seeking to prohibit same-sex marriages. Attorney General Mark Herring says those unions can take place at 1 p.m. after an appeals court
21, Oct 2014 - Veteran lawmaker, newcomer vie for 13th District Senate seat
Thu, 16 Oct 2014 09:01:39 GMT By Ross Courtney Yakima Herald-Republic Color/BlackColor/BlackWarnick YAKIMA, Wash. — Voters in the state’s 13th Legislative District will face a choice for Senate on the Nov. 4 ballot between a veteran Republic lawmaker and a self-described “centrist” doctor who has never held elected office. Judy Warnick, R-Moses Lake, cu...
21, Oct 2014 - New Jersey charges 11 with mob loansharking scheme
NEWARK, N.J. (AP) — Members and associates of one of New York's legendary crime families used check cashing businesses and a Newark restaurant to run a racketeering enterprise that reaped millions of dollars through loansharking and money laundering, New Jersey officials said Tuesday as they announced charges against 11 people.
21, Oct 2014 - Top U.S. court to rule on gay marriage
The one-sentence order from the U.S. Supreme Court was brief but emphatic. The year was 1972 and the justices were asked to decide something extraordinary in that era: whether an openly gay couple from Minnesota had a "fundamental right" under the Constitution to legally wed.
21, Oct 2014 - Judge to rule against Ameren
A judge said Monday that he will rule against a subsidiary of Ameren Corp. in a legal fight over whether it needs state regulators’ permission to build a high-voltage power line across northern Missouri.
21, Oct 2014 - On your mark, get set, get married
BOISE - The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals has decided Idaho's stay banning same-sex marriage dissolves starting Wednesday morning.
21, Oct 2014 - Homeless woman's belongings cost NYC $200G
Court papers show that New York City taxpayers have paid $200,000 to store the belongings of a homeless woman since 2006. The city reportedly picked up the tab after Andrea Logan lost her Manhattan apartment after a debilitating stroke. The city is required by state law to cover homeless people's storage expenses.
21, Oct 2014 - Man convicted in retrial of 21-year-old double murder, kidnapping gets four life sentences
JESUP | A man convicted for a second time last month in the nearly 22-year-old murder, armed robbery and kidnapping of a Jesup woman and her teen son was sentenced Wednesday to four consecutive life terms in prison.
21, Oct 2014 - Court Backs Decision Reversing DeLay's Convictions
by Terri Langford , The Texas Tribune Siding with a decision made a year ago by a lower appeals court, the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals on Wednesday refused to reinstate money-laundering convictions against former U. ...
21, Oct 2014 - Ex-Belvidere teacher gets 4 years for sex assault
A former northern Illinois teacher has been sentenced to four years in prison after pleading guilty to sexually assaulting a 17-year-old female student.
21, Oct 2014 - Supreme Court to decide L.A. hotel-motel privacy case
The Supreme Court said Monday it will hear a potentially far-reaching privacy dispute involving a Los Angeles city ordinance that allows police to enter a hotel and demand to see the guest registry without a court order.
21, Oct 2014 - NY court: Ex-ball boys can sue Boeheim for slander
ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) -- New York's highest court on Tuesday reinstated the slander lawsuit filed by two former Syracuse University ball boys against basketball head coach Jim Boeheim.
21, Oct 2014 - Nov. 20 hearing set in federal challenge to same-sex marriage ban
LITTLE ROCK — A federal judge on Monday scheduled a Nov. 20 hearing in a lawsuit challenging Arkansas’ same-sex marriage ban.
21, Oct 2014 - FDLE looking into deaths at 2 state prisons
The Florida Department of Law Enforcement is investigating several deaths at two north Florida prisons.   The Ocala Star-Banner reports 80-year-old Jane C. Taylor died Monday and 48-year-old Michell Tierney passed away at Lowell Correctional Institution. In addition, on Oct. 1, inmate Latanda Ellington died at the facility near Ocala. And 20-year-old Yalex Tirado died Thursday at Lancaster ...
21, Oct 2014 - Ebola comes to last safe district in Sierra Leone
A former New York foundry owner has been sentenced to 2½½ years in prison for trying to sell counterfeit sculptures that he passed off as the work of Jasper Johns.
21, Oct 2014 - Corrections Director Kenney tells legislators he let some improperly released inmates remain free
Corrections Director Mike Kenney admitted Friday that he “took a very lenient” view of state law when he “invented” a program to allow at least eight inmates to stay home rather than return to prison.
21, Oct 2014 - Murder suspect held for trial mistakenly released in Baltimore
Frances Burns BALTIMORE, Oct. 21 (UPI) -- Baltimore man awaiting trial for murder was released from a detention center; officials did not discover the mistake for two days, a corrections spokesman said.
21, Oct 2014 - Court sends a message in sentencing ex-L.A. Councilman Richard Alarcon
A Superior Court judge sentenced former Los Angeles City Councilman Richard Alarcon to 120 days in County Jail on Tuesday, sending a signal to politicians that the court does not take residency laws lightly.
21, Oct 2014 - Ex-nurse guilty of assisting suicide gets jail
FARIBAULT, Minnesota (AP) — A former nurse in Minnesota who admitted to going online years ago and preying upon suicidal people — encouraging two to take their lives — must serve 178 days in jail as part of a sentence handed down Wednesday.
21, Oct 2014 - Judge releases Jason Washington from prison, urges all to 'move on'
Jason Washington is a free man. U.S. District Judge Dana Christensen ruled Wednesday the former University of Montana quarterback who was sentenced last year to two years in federal prison for operating a medical marijuana business won’t spend any more time behind bars.
21, Oct 2014 - Apple, supplier GT strike deal to unseal info, shutter Arizona plant
Apple and GT Advanced Technologies Inc struck an agreement on Tuesday that will let GT begin the shutdown of key Arizona operations, and shed some more light on why the former stock market darling abruptly filed for bankruptcy this month. A lawyer for GT, Apple's erstwhile sapphire supplier, described the deal at a hearing in U.S. Scant details have emerged since the filing, which wiped out most ...
21, Oct 2014 - Volokh Conspiracy: Florida Supreme Court holds real-time cell-site data protected under Fourth Amen
The decision answers "whether accessing real time cell site location information by the government in order to track a person using his cell phone is a Fourth Amendment search for which a warrant based on probable cause is required," concluding that the answer is "yes."
21, 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.
21, Oct 2014 - Court blocks part of North Carolina voting law, says it may disenfranchise black voters
RALEIGH, N.C. — Parts of North Carolina's new voting law, considered one of the toughest in the nation, were set aside for next month's elections because they were likely to disenfranchise black voters, a federal appeals court panel ruled Wednesday.
21, Oct 2014 - Landowner: Utman Levee ruling was ‘a slap on the wrist’
Two Harrison County landowners have filed appeals with the Iowa Supreme Court, arguing rulings against three county officials were too lenient.
21, Oct 2014 - Fahmy’s family hopes PM will advocate for imprisoned journalist at UN
The family of a Egyptian-Canadian journalist imprisoned in Cairo is hoping the leaders of Canada and Egypt will find a quiet moment to discuss Mohamed Fahmy's case.
21, Oct 2014 - Appeals court to take up issue of pocket dialing in NKY case
A federal appeals court is set to hear the case of Kenton County Airport Board Chairman Jim Huff and his wife over a private conversation overheard by an airport secretary whom Huff called accidentally.
21, Oct 2014 - Middle Tenn. attorneys honored for pro bono work
The Tennessee Supreme Court is honoring Middle Tennessee attorneys for their pro bono work.
21, Oct 2014 - Should Baltimore kids be sent to adult prisons?
More than a thousand children accused of crimes in Maryland are automatically sent to the adult criminal justice system every year. A group of young people who were among those children are now working to change what they say is a flawed approach.
21, Oct 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.
21, Oct 2014 - Tacoma gang member gets 40 years for 2008 murder
A Tacoma gang member convicted of shooting a man 16 times was sentenced Friday to 40 years in prison, according to prosecutors.
21, Oct 2014 - Janet Barreto pleads guilty, sentenced to 25 years
A woman accused of leaving her severely injured 2-year-old daughter at a hospital and keeping other adopted children in putrid conditions has been sentenced to 25 years in prison.
21, Oct 2014 - BISD will seek restitution from embezzlers
Diverging from the previous board's practice, the Beaumont ISD board of managers unanimously voted Monday to recoup any property or funds seized by the federal government from the two high-ranking finance officers who embezzled more than $4 million from the school district. The board also voted to hire an attorney to investigate any civil litigation options for BISD to "recover funds lost to the ...
21, Oct 2014 - WHO: Ebola vaccine trials in W. Africa in January
Tens of thousands of doses of experimental Ebola vaccines could be available for "real-world" testing in West Africa as soon as January as long as they are deemed safe, a top World Health Organization official said Tuesday.
21, Oct 2014 - Nursing Home Neglect Trial Fights Shell Company Transfers
Juanita Jackson died in July 2003, five weeks after she was removed from a Florida nursing home where her family said continual neglect led to multiple bedsores, malnutrition and a fall that injured her head.
21, Oct 2014 - Teacher's group takes fight with UM System to state Supreme Court
The University of Missouri System has refused to hand over course syllabi, citing copyright laws.
21, Oct 2014 - Detectives raid bail bonds office near Berks County Courthouse
Berks County detectives raided the Ace Bail Bonds office in Reading on Monday, confiscating computers and boxes of paperwork as part of an investigation.
21, Oct 2014 - Kajouji suicide nurse sentenced to 178 days in jail
A Minnesota judge has ordered 178 days in jail for the former nurse who tried to help 18-year-old Carleton student Nadia Kajouji end her life in 2008.
21, Oct 2014 - Youth stuck in a vicious crime spiral
Many lost and troubled young adults have nowhere to turn.
21, Oct 2014 - Teresa Giudice asks to serve prison term in halfway house
Attorneys for the embattled "Real Housewives of New Jersey" star are making an appeal for clemency
21, 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.
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