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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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24, Apr 2014 - Marathon bombings: Special restrictions harming Tsarnaev defense, lawyers say (+video)
A day after Boston marked the anniversary of the marathon bombings, Dzokhar Tsarnaev’s lawyers were in court fighting the restrictions under which he is being held, arguing they hinder their work.
24, Apr 2014 - Texas grand jury being seated in Perry ethics case
AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — A Texas judge selected a second grand jury Monday in an investigation into whether Gov. Rick Perry abused his power by vetoing funding for public corruption prosecutors, and this time the Republican has retained a high-profile defense attorney to represent him.
24, Apr 2014 - Lawyer: Stabbing suspect like 'deer in headlights'
(AP Photo/Keith Srakocic). Alex Hribal, the suspect in the stabbings at the Franklin Regional High School near Pittsburgh, is taken from a district magistrate after he was arraigned on charges in the attack on Wednesday, April 9, 2014 in Export, Pa.
24, Apr 2014 - Documents reveal new details in Reserve couple’s deaths
Court documents now reveal that the deaths of a Reserve husband and wife may be a crime that involved a planned abduction and brutal killings.
24, Apr 2014 - Man cleared of murder after nearly 25 years in prison
NEW YORK: A New York City man who spent nearly 25 years in prison for murder was exonerated Tuesday when a judge found that he had been in Florida on vacation at the time of the crime.
24, Apr 2014 - Sex offender released into community
BRATTLEBORO -- A man who was sentenced to 10 years in prison for possession of child pornography was recently released into the Brattleboro community.
24, Apr 2014 - A look at Oklahoma's execution drug secrecy case
The Oklahoma Supreme Court ruled late Wednesday that death row inmates Clayton Lockett and Charles Warner are not entitled to know the source of the drugs that will be used to kill them. The court, which is the highest in the state for civil cases, had previously halted their executions, even though critics said only the Oklahoma Court of Appeals can issue stays. The Court of Appeals is the ...
24, Apr 2014 - CertusBank Executives Fired Over Spending Sue Over Ouster
CertusBank NA executives fired after an investor accused them of wasteful spending on private- jet travel, luxury vacations and lavish corporate condominiums sued the bank over their ousters.
24, Apr 2014 - Community college applicant alleges he was rejected because of religious beliefs
Lawsuit says Community College of Baltimore County official told him to leave beliefs out of interview A prospective student at the Community College of Baltimore County sued school officials in federal court this week, contending that he was denied admission to an academic program based on an expression of his religious beliefs.
24, Apr 2014 - Two church deacons killed on 33rd Street within three months | Crime & Legal Issues Notebook
In the span of less than three months, two church deacons' lives were snuffed out by gunfire in Newport News — two men killed a block away from one another in broad daylight.
24, Apr 2014 - Albany man sentenced to six years for sex abuse
An Albany man pleaded guilty to a charge of first-degree sex abuse and was sentenced to more than six years in prison on Wednesday in Linn County Circuit Court.
NEW ORLEANS -- Kahn Swick & Foti, LLC ("KSF") and KSF partner, the former Attorney General of Louisiana, Charles C. Foti, Jr., remind investors that they have until June 23, 2014 to file lead ...
24, Apr 2014 - 'Affluenza' teen's family won't pay full rehab fee - Quincy Herald-Whig | Illinois
FORT WORTH, Texas (AP) - The family of a Texas teenager sentenced to probation after killing four people in a drunken-driving wreck will pay for just a fraction of his court-ordered treatment, a court official testified Friday.
24, Apr 2014 - Man in prison a year too long given $7,600
A Wisconsin man has been awarded money from the Department of Corrections after he was kept in prison for more than a year after his sentence ended.
24, Apr 2014 - Axiom Food's Oryzatein® Becomes First Rice Protein Ever To Earn GRAS Approval
CULVER CITY, Calif., April 8, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- On the heels of a 2013 double-blind clinical trial which proved Axiom Food's Oryzatein® plant-based brown rice protein equals animal-based whey in building and repairing muscles, Oryzatein has now become the very first brown rice protein to be granted GRAS approval. The GRAS approval, standards of which are set forth by the U.S. Food and Drug ...
24, Apr 2014 - Trend persists of prisons as mental health housing - Quincy Herald-Whig | Illinois & Missouri News,
24, Apr 2014 - Parole board questions Paragould murder conviction
The Arkansas Parole Board says a man convicted of a 23-year-old murder in Paragould has "served long enough" for a crime he "possibly did not commit." Now they're asking the case be "fully investigated."
24, Apr 2014 - Indiana loses home-court advantage, falls to Atlanta, has no answers for its continued struggles
As you’d expect, the Indiana Pacers put up a brave face and consistent tone following the team’s somewhat shocking 101-93 defeat on Saturday night, a professional reaction following a disappointing home loss in the first game of their opening round … Continue reading →
24, Apr 2014 - Judge sets bond for suspect in deadly Florida day care car crash
By Barbara Liston ORLANDO, Florida (Reuters) - A judge reinstated a $100,000 bond on Monday for a Florida man charged with leaving the scene of a car crash at an Orlando-area day care center that killed a four-year-old girl and injured 14 people, including one child who remains in critical condition. Judge Jerry Brewer ordered Robert Corchado, 28, not to drive and ruled he must remain in Orange ...
24, Apr 2014 - Flour Bluff Man Given Seven-Year Prison Sentence After Guilty Plea
The man arrested Friday after an extensive search in the Flour Bluff area plead guilty Wednesday morning to one count of tampering with evidence, and will now be going to a Texas Department of Corrections facility for seven years.Michael Ryder was arrested just before 3 p.m. Friday at a home in the 9400 block of Waxwing. Officers had been searching for him for hours, attempting to serve a ...
24, Apr 2014 - NC Supreme Court to hear Racial Justice Act cases
The state Supreme Court will hear two cases Monday morning that involve defendants whose death sentences were commuted to life in prison after hearings held under the Racial Justice Act. Rulings in the cases could provide a road map for how future RJA appeals are handled. Meanwhile, despite legislation meant to clear the way for executions last year, the death penalty still faces a number of ...
24, Apr 2014 - Florida family of Navy Yard shooting victim files suit
The Florida family of a woman slain during the mass shooting at the Washington Navy Yard has filed a wrongful death lawsuit in Hillsborough County Court.   
24, Apr 2014 - UPDATE: Man charged with marathon hoax due in court
The mother of a man arrested near the Boston Marathon finish line carrying a backpack containing a rice cooker on the anniversary of the bombings says her son has a mental disorder.
24, Apr 2014 - Child rapist gets life in prison without parole after conviction
A man convicted of forcibly raping and sodomizing a 15-year-old girl in Pike County will spend the rest of his life in prison without the possibility of parole.Circuit Judge Jeff Kelley sentenced Mitchell
24, Apr 2014 - Virus outbreaks in 4 prisons limit visitation
DENVER (AP) - Four Colorado prisons have canceled or restricted inmate visitation because of a virus that is causing flu-like symptoms. Adrienne Jacobson, spokeswoman for the Colorado Department of Corrections, tells The Denver Post ( that 244 inmates are sick at facilities in Denver, Canon City and Pueblo. ...
24, Apr 2014 - No fluoride yet for ABQ water
Board will revisit issue after new federal guidelines issued
24, Apr 2014 - Man who avoided prison is overwhelmed by support
A Missouri man who avoided prison because of a clerical error and led a law-abiding life for 13 years said he is overwhelmed by the support he's received since the story of his incarceration became public.
24, Apr 2014 - Woodmen building: A tax free tower?
In front of the seven-member Douglas County board, high-ranking bosses and attorneys for Woodmen of the World argued the group's property in Omaha shouldn't be on the tax rolls.
24, Apr 2014 - Calif inmate death in Oklahoma under investigation
SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — Authorities are investigating the death of a California state prison inmate locked up in Oklahoma.
24, Apr 2014 - Wise County family awarded $3M in fracking lawsuit
Jurors in Dallas on Wednesday ordered an oil and gas production company to pay a Wise County family $3 million after the family sued the company for alleged contamination.
24, Apr 2014 - Tyrone Nash Trial Enters Day Two
The state rests its case against a former high school teacher accused of having sex with a student. Tyrone Nash is on trial for rape, and on Wednesday the defense called his loved ones in to testify.
24, Apr 2014 - FOX19 Investigates: Tracie Hunter seeks to move trial
The attorney for embattled Hamilton Juvenile Court Judge Tracie Hunter wants her trial moved out of the county.
24, Apr 2014 - Anti-gay Tennessee Democrat sues over ballot ouster
A potential Tennessee gubernatorial candidate has sued top state Democrats who ousted him from their 2014 ballot for not being "bona fide" under party rules.
24, Apr 2014 - Indiana sues travel company over canceled trip
The Indiana attorney general's office is suing a Chicago-based travel company that allegedly took more than $6,000 from would-be travelers for a trip that never happened.
24, Apr 2014 - Bill gives prison time for pointing lasers at planes
Intentionally projecting a laser at a plane or in its flight path in Louisiana could land a person in jail, under a bill that won the unanimous support Monday of the House.
24, Apr 2014 - GM Car Owners Claim Bankruptcy Fraud in Bid to Keep Recall Lawsuits Alive
General Motors Co.'s (GM) request for court protection from 50 car-owner lawsuits seeking compensation for millions of recalled autos with defective ignition switches was attacked as legally "unsupportable." Car owners challenged GM's position that it may compensate accident victims but not them, claiming in a court filing yesterday that GM committed fraud by not revealing the defects, allegedly ...
24, Apr 2014 - City sues to halt app-based car service Lyft
The city filed a lawsuit today to try to stop the app-based car service Lyft from operating in Columbus, as arguments wrapped up in a similar case against UberX. The suit filed in Franklin County Municipal Court asks a judge to halt Lyft’s operations, and the city is seeking a temporary restraining order that would stall Lyft while the request for a permanent injunction is argued in court. UberX ...
24, Apr 2014 - Murder conspiracy charges dropped against Grand Forks lawyer Henry Howe
Grand Forks defense attorney accused of conspiring to murder a police informant now faces much lesser charges, according to records provided by his defense team.
24, Apr 2014 - Darren Sharper case spotlights sleep drug's dark side
NFL All-Pro safety Darren Sharper appears on Monday, March 24, 2014, in Los Angeles Superior Court in Los Angeles. The judge has again refused to release Sharper from jail. Sharper is awaiting trial in Los Angeles after pleading not guilty to charges that he raped and drugged two women last year.
24, Apr 2014 - New Mexico high court to hear tribal-state dispute
SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) — New Mexico's highest court considers a dispute Monday over whether the Fort Sill Apache should be recognized by Gov. Susana Martinez's administration as a New Mexico tribe.
24, Apr 2014 - Ruling in favor of registered sex offender raises questions
Marjorie Carroll believes that once someone is on the sex offender register, that person should be listed there for life. “They're not going to change," Carroll said.  "You have to protect the children." However, a South Carolina sex offender won a major court battle Wednesday that will remove his name and picture from the life-long public registry.  The state Supreme Court ruled in favor of ...
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