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25, Nov 2014 - Oregon man gets 7 years for shooting customer at yard sale who intervened in family fight
An Oregon man who shot and wounded a customer who intervened in a fight at his yard sale has been sentenced to seven years in prison.
25, Nov 2014 - More Baltimore jail staff indicted as top official testifies on corruption
Prosecutors announced new indictments Monday of Baltimore jail staff, the same day a top corrections official testified in the federal corruption trial of eight inmates and corrections officers about the difficulty containing misconduct in the system.
25, Nov 2014 - Judge refuses to toss Perry case
A Texas judge refused on Tuesday to quash on technicalities two criminal felony indictments for abuse of power against Gov. Rick Perry, ruling that the potentially embarrassing case against the possible 2016 presidential hopeful should proceed.
25, Nov 2014 - Federal Circuit Court Reverses District Court on e.Digital's Collateral Estoppel Appeal
Ruling Is an Important Win for e.Digital
25, Nov 2014 - Appeals court upholds conviction of Morris Twp. tub murderer
MORRIS TWP. - A three-panel state appeals court last Friday upheld the conviction of a Morris Township man who murdered his wife by drowning her in their apartment bathtub in 2012 in front of the coup
25, Nov 2014 - District Attorney dismisses citation for teen driver in wreck that killed 5
According to KNOE, Fourth Judicial District Attorney Jerry Jones has dismissed the ticket cited against the 16-year-old driver in a fatal car wreck that claimed the lives of five East Texans.
25, Nov 2014 - Colo. court upholds Day of Prayer proclamations
The Colorado Supreme Court is upholding the governor's right to issue Day of Prayer proclamations.
25, Nov 2014 - Appeals court upholds verdict against Walgreen
The Indiana Court of Appeals has upheld a $1.4 million verdict against Walgreen Co. and a pharmacist who shared confidential medical information about a client who once dated her husband.
25, Nov 2014 - 6th Aryan gang associate charged in suspected slaying
Fort Worth police confirm that all six suspects jailed in connection with the case are either members or known associates of the white supremacist gang.
25, Nov 2014 - Chester woman first to be sentenced under new gun law
A Chester woman became the first person sentenced under Pennsylvania's new Brad Fox Law.
25, Nov 2014 - Norfolk, NE man accused of using meth near his four-year-old child is sentenced to prison
44-year-old Troy Hoffie pleaded guilty to misdemeanor negligent child abuse after prosecutors lowered the charge from a felony.
25, Nov 2014 - Josh Gordon pleads guilty to speeding ticket
Josh Gordon was fined $150 plus court costs for a speeding ticket he received in Berea last spring, according to Berea Municipal Court.
25, Nov 2014 - Death penalty conviction overturned in Houston cop killer case
HOUSTON, Texas – A Houston death row inmate, waiting to die for the last decade, has won a new trial. The Texas Court of Criminal Appeals has thrown out Alfred Dewayne Brown’s 2005 conviction for killing veteran Houston police officer Charles R. Clark. The reason, Harris County District Attorney’s office apparently withheld crucial evidence including […]
25, Nov 2014 - Massey ex-CEO pleads not guilty in fatal West Virginia mine blast
By Kara Van Pelt BECKLEY W.Va. (Reuters) - A former chief executive of Massey Energy Co pleaded not guilty on Thursday to charges he violated federal mine safety laws before a 2010 explosion that killed 29 miners in West Virginia, the worst U.S. mine disaster in four decades. Donald Blankenship, who headed Massey from 2000 to 2010, was released on a $5 million cash bond after a hearing in U.S ...
25, Nov 2014 - Maine court orders restrictions on Ebola nurse in line with CDC guidelines
Gabrielle Levy FORT KENT, Maine, Oct. 31 (UPI) -- The state of Maine has issued a temporary order restricting nurse Kaci Hickox, who has fought against enforced quarantine.
25, Nov 2014 - Judge dismisses racketeering count against former Utah A.G. Mark Shurtleff
A 3rd District judge Monday granted a request, made by prosecutors last week, to dismiss a racketeering charge against former three-term Attorney General Mark Shurtleff. Davis County Attorney Troy Rawlings, who is prosecuting Shurtleff, wrote in a mo...
25, Nov 2014 - Judge overturns death penalty for Wyoming inmate
CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — A federal judge on Thursday overturned the death sentence of the lone inmate on Wyoming's death row, saying his trial lawyers had failed to give jurors sufficient reason to spare his life.
25, Nov 2014 - Man sentenced to life in deputy's killing
A man was sentenced in federal court Monday to life in prison for first-degree murder in the shooting death of Nash County Sheriff’s Deputy Warren “Sneak” Lewis III, a sworn special deputy U.S. Marshal assigned to the Eastern N.C. Regional Fugitive Task Force.
25, Nov 2014 - Washington County Judge Violates Code of Judicial Conduct
WASHINGTON COUNTY -- A Washington County circuit judge is in hot water for violating the code of judicial conduct. The Judicial Discipline and Disability Commission issued a letter of censure Friday to Judge Doug Martin for his behavior toward his opponent Brian Lester during the 2014 judicial election. A censure is a declaration that a judge is guilty of misconduct that does not require ...
25, Nov 2014 - Decades after New York molesting conviction, Friedman fights to clear name
By Ellen Wulfhorst NEW YORK (Reuters) - Jesse Friedman, whose conviction as a teenage child molester was portrayed in the Oscar-nominated film "Capturing the Friedmans," is not giving up his decades-long campaign to clear his name. Friedman has asked a court to review evidence in his case, one of the most notorious in the history of New York's Long Island, contending that prosecutors coached and ...
25, Nov 2014 - Woman sentenced this afternoon for 2011 robbery, murder
A Kilgore woman was given 50 years in prison after she pled guilty this morning to killing Renee Garrett in a 2011 adult video store robbery.
25, Nov 2014 - 2 credit houses take no major action on Illinois
Two major credit houses aren't overly worried about an Illinois judge tossing out a pension overhaul designed to close a $100 billion deficit, but neither is thrilled with the state's financial condition.
25, Nov 2014 - Stockton, California, workers relieved as judge ruling secures pensions
By Robin Respaut SACRAMENTO (Reuters) - Stockton, California, employees breathed a sigh of relief on Thursday as a judge ruled the city could exit bankruptcy, leaving benefits administered by public pension giant Calpers untouched. The ruling, however, left investors and analysts confused about how pension funds stacked up in terms of their priority of treatment in a bankruptcy proceeding ...
25, Nov 2014 - Authorities nab man for alleged 1997 Anthony, N.M., rape
LAS CRUCES >> A man charged in the 1997 rape and beating of an Anthony, New Mexico, woman has been arrested and is now awaiting trial.
25, Nov 2014 - Attorney General Alan Wilson wins re-election bid
Alan Wilson has been re-elected as the state's Attorney General.
25, Nov 2014 - Sex crimes detectives arrest prominent Portland gay rights activist
Police said Terrence Bean, 66, was arrested at his home in southwest Portland Wednesday after he was indicted by a Lane County grand jury. 
25, Nov 2014 - Prop. 46 foes spent $60 million to maintain 1975 malpractice award cap
The election day drubbing of Proposition 46, an initiative that would have increased limits on certain medical malpractice damages, marks a stinging defeat for the state's trial attorneys, who championed the measure.
25, Nov 2014 - Ogden burrito thief gets up to 5 years in prison
A 43-year-old Ogden man was sent to prison Tuesday for stealing two gas station burritos. Billy Goree had pleaded guilty earlier this year to third-degree felony retail theft, admitting that on Sept. 18, he took two burritos from a Maverick located n...
25, Nov 2014 - Roswell woman sentenced for meth trafficking
ROSWELL, N.M. (AP) – A Roswell woman will serve nearly six years in a federal prison for trafficking methamphetamine in New Mexico. Prosecut…
25, Nov 2014 - New York City's Incomplete Marijuana Reform
Has the marijuana liberalization sweeping the United States finally arrived in its largest city? The New York Times reported Sunday that the NYPD will stop arresting people for possessing small amounts of marijuana and will issue a ticket and summons to court instead. "It's a tiny step, but I don't think it goes far enough."
25, Nov 2014 - Ex-NFL Giants player Luke Petitgout charged with sexual assault
WOODCLIFF LAKE, N.J. (AP/PIX11) — Former New York Giants and Tampa Bay Buccaneers player Lucas “Luke” Petitgout has been charged with assault and sexual assault in New Jersey. Petitgout’s attorney, Patrick J. Jennings, said Tuesday the allegations are baseless and he intends to vigorously defend the former offensive lineman. The charges were filed in Pascack […]
25, Nov 2014 - Supreme Court hears gay-marriage case
The Arkansas Supreme Court has begun hearing arguments in an appeal of a judge's ruling that allowed gay marriage in Arkansas earlier this year.
25, Nov 2014 - Low- and Middle-Income Families: Commission Created to Address Legal Needs
The Florida Supreme Court wants to find ways for low- and middle-income families to get justice in civil court cases.
25, Nov 2014 - Will latest same-sex marriage ruling impact Virginia?
Same-sex marriage is now legal in Virginia, but the issue took a different twist last week in a ruling from a federal appeals court in Ohio.
25, Nov 2014 - Attorney-general nominee Lynch praised as 'tough' and 'fair'
When the African American Delta Sigma Theta sorority chapter was established at Harvard College in 1980, its first members included two undergraduates named Loretta Lynch and Sharon Malone.
25, Nov 2014 - Florida Airbag Death Linked by Suit to Honda Alert Delay
Honda Motor Co.’s (7267) U.S. unit advised dealers not to contact customers about a potentially fatal defect because of a parts shortage, one week before shrapnel from an exploding airbag left a woman looking as if she had been killed with a knife, lawyers for her family said.
25, Nov 2014 - New Jersey judge to hear arguments in lawsuit over 'under God' wording in Pledge of Allegia
FREEHOLD, N.J. — A judge will hear arguments in a lawsuit filed against a New Jersey school district by a family who claim the reciting of the Pledge of Allegiance discriminates against children with atheist beliefs.
25, Nov 2014 - Arkansas Judge Strikes Down Amendment 83 for Same-Sex Couples
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. -- According to court documents, a federal judge has struck down Amendment 83 in the Arkansas Constitution. The judge says it violates same-sex couples right to equal protection.  Court documents state, " Plaintiffs here claim to seek the same rights  as opposite-sex couples: the freedom to marry their chosen partners, the recognition of their  marriages performed in other ...
25, Nov 2014 - No Mercy
When Election Day came and went the first week of November, a blip of news on television screens in Arkansas had deep consequences for a man sitting in a prison cell in Gunnison.
25, Nov 2014 - Winter Haven Man Accused of Hiring Assassin to Kill Wife Released From Jail
A 43-year-old Winter Haven man accused of paying an assassin to kill his wife was released from jail Saturday on $255,000 bail.
25, Nov 2014 - A San Diego Rapper With No Criminal Record Is Facing Life In Prison For His Lyrics
Brandon Duncan has no criminal record and is not a suspect in any murders. However, the San Diego rapper, who goes by the name Tiny Doo, is facing life in prison for the lyrics on his album, according to KGTV (San Diego). Tiny Doo and 14 other gangbangers are all on trial for a series A San Diego Rapper With No Criminal Record Is Facing Life In Prison For His Lyrics is an article from: The ...
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