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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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20, Dec 2014 - Lockheed Faces Pension-Mismanagement Trial Over Returns
Lockheed Martin Corp. (LMT) , builder of the Orion spacecraft that may one day take people to the Mars, is fighting claims it mismanaged retirement benefits because employees ended up with smaller returns from company stock than outside investors.
20, Dec 2014 - Communities see economic potential in proposed prison
LITTLE ROCK — Travis Plummer of Waldron sees a proposed 1,000-bed state prison as a potential economic boon for Scott County, which has had a hard time keeping residents from going elsewhere for jobs.
20, Dec 2014 - Southern Indiana judge resigning after discipline
A southern Indiana judge says he will step down at the end of the year in compliance with a state Supreme Court disciplinary order after he pleaded guilty to drunken driving.
20, Dec 2014 - Cuba releases US prisoner Alan Gross
American Alan Gross was released from a Cuban prison after five years Wednesday, a surprise move that could pave the way for a major shift in U.S. policy toward the communist island nation, senior Obama administration officials said.
20, Dec 2014 - Why dogfighting thrives even after the Michael Vick case
Dogfighting is banned in all 50 states, but most states have no minimum mandatory jail time. Some progress is seen as laws are slowly changing  to make prosecuting dogfighting cases easier.
20, Dec 2014 - Judge: Prosecutors must refile criminal charges against former Utah AG Mark Shurtleff
A state judge has said prosecutors must file an amended criminal complaint against former Utah Attorney General Mark Shurtleff if his case is to be separated from that of his handpicked successor, John Swallow, a new court filing shows. An entry in a...
20, Dec 2014 - Racetrack owner found liable on all counts in civil racketeering trial
A federal jury on Monday found Illinois racetrack owner John Johnston liable on three counts in a civil racketeering case involving conduct engaged in by former Gov. Rod Blagojevich, and awarded $26.3 million in damages to four Illinois riverboat casinos including the Hollywood Casino Joliet and the Hollywood Casino Aurora
20, Dec 2014 - Isreal Williams previously convicted of killing Thomas Schadowsky in 2013
A man convicted of second-degree murder in the road rage shooting death of a man after a confrontation at a Northside gas station last year was sentenced Tuesday to life in prison.
20, Dec 2014 - U.S., Cuba restore ties after 50 years
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Cuba has released American aid worker Alan Gross after five years in prison, a U.S. official said on Wednesday amid reports of a prisoner exchange that heralds a major overhaul of U.S. policy toward Cuba. The U.S. official said Gross was released on humanitarian grounds. CNN reported a prisoner exchange that also included Cuba releasing a U.S. intelligence source and the ...
20, Dec 2014 - Supreme Court denies stay in Florida gay marriage case; couples could marry after Jan. 5
The Supreme Court rejects an appeal, but it's unclear where marriages will happen.
20, Dec 2014 - Judge overrules plea deal, gives Sumas ‘zoophile’ more jail time
A man convicted of letting an English tourist have sex with his mastiff can no longer own dogs and must serve three months in jail, a Whatcom County judge ruled… Click to Continue »
20, Dec 2014 - Man Given 24 Years In Child Porn Case
A former Pacific area man accused of trading and producing child pornography will serve almost 24 years in federal prison for the crime.
20, Dec 2014 - Ex-law firm bookkeeper gets prison for tax evasion
The former secretary-bookkeeper of a western Pennsylvania law firm must spend two years in federal prison for evading federal taxes on more than $150,000 she embezzled.
20, Dec 2014 - Man imprisoned for tattooing tot faces new charges
Lee M. Deitrick, 25, of 909 Clinton Ave. SW fled from policy responding to a call of a man waving a gun during an argument.
20, Dec 2014 - Montana Supreme Court takes up coal tax dispute
Montana tax authorities were expected to argue Tuesday before the state Supreme Court that a Wyoming mining company owes $3.4 million for selling coal to affiliated companies at less-than-market prices. ...
20, Dec 2014 - Saginaw Valley State University in Michigan offers English class on 'Orange is the New Black
Saginaw Valley State University in Michigan is offering a new course that focuses on the popular Netflix series "Orange is the New Black." Assistant Professor of English Kim Lacey will use the show about inmates of a female prison as a basis when she teaches Writing about Oppression on TV this winter.
20, Dec 2014 - Judge bans company from selling to Iowans
The company has also been told to give refunds to customers who request them.
20, Dec 2014 - Mississippi Gay-Marriage Rights Delayed by Appeals Court
Mississippi same-sex couples had best hold off on their rush to the altar. The federal appeals court in New Orleans temporarily blocked a lower-court ruling that would have let gay and lesbian couples legally obtain state marriage licenses beginning Dec. 10.
20, Dec 2014 - Boxer Jermain Taylor charged in August shooting in Arkansas, faces up to 26 years in prison
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. - Arkansas prosecutors have charged champion middleweight boxer Jermain Taylor in a shooting at his home.
20, Dec 2014 - California nixes DNA database for suspects
Mary Papenfuss SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 4 (UPI) -- A California state appellate court has defied the U.S. Supreme Court with a ruling tossing out a law requiring DNA collection from everyone arrested.
20, Dec 2014 - Indiana law setting surgery center rules for abortion pill clinics ruled unconstitutional
A federal judge has ruled against an Indiana law that changed the classification of abortion clinics in a way that opponents said targeted a Planned Parenthood facility that only provides drug-induced abortions.
20, Dec 2014 - Sandusky won't get his pension back
Photo courtesy of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania State Employees' Retirement Board. Former assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky testifies via webcam at his pension hearing in Harrisburg on Jan. 7, 2014.
20, Dec 2014 - Military reviewing report on Bergdahl case
Nearly five months after the release of Taliban prisoner Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl, the military has yet to release a report on Bergdahl leaving his Afghanistan post in 2009 that also makes recommendations on whether he should be punished.
20, Dec 2014 - 2 Cherokee County men sentenced in armed robbery crime spree
Two Jacksonville, Texas men have been sentenced in connection with a violent crime spree targeting area businesses in the Eastern District of Texas announced U.S. Attorney John M. Bales today. The sentences were handed down today by U.S. Promote to Mobile 0 read more
20, Dec 2014 - Opinion: How Texas can save man's life
Dan Simon says Texas may soon execute Rodney Reed for a murder, except he might be innocent.
20, Dec 2014 - Crucial spy in Cuba paid a heavy Cold War price
Rolando Sarraff Trujillo has now been released from prison and flown out of Cuba as part of the swap for three Cuban spies imprisoned in the United States that President Obama announced Wednesday.
20, Dec 2014 - U.S. Supreme Court will let same-sex marriages commence Jan. 6
The U.S. Supreme Court on Friday night refused to step into Florida's fight over same-sex marriage. Gay and lesbian couples in Florida will be able to marry starting Jan. 6, and the state no longer has any way to prevent it.
20, Dec 2014 - Court overturns Lowe's Feed decision
The Kentucky Court of Appeals overturned a $970,000 award to Lowe’s Feed and Grain, reversing a Warren Circuit Court jury’s verdict against the city of Bowling Green and a former city electrical inspe
20, Dec 2014 - W.Va. shooting suspect's life in shambles, had criminal history
A West Virginia man suspected of killing his ex-girlfriend and three others and himself may have experienced emotional turmoil in the hours before and after his alleged crimes.
20, Dec 2014 - Iowa’s court system going paperless
Sometime in 2015 every Iowa county will require private attorneys, county attorneys, pro se litigants, law enforcement, Department of Corrections, clerk of courts, judges and probation, parole and juvenile officials to electronically file court documents using the judicial branch’s Electronic Document Management System. Currently, approximately 66 percent of Iowa counties have converted fully to ...
20, Dec 2014 - Courthouse bans NFL gear during Hernandez trial - News, Weather and Classifieds for Southern New En
FALL RIVER, Mass. (AP) - The Massachusetts judge overseeing former New England Patriots star Aaron Hernandez's murder trial has banned all NFL gear from the courthouse once the trial starts.
20, Dec 2014 - Dawn Patrol: Judy Baar Topinka dies; Cubs get Jon Lester
Public funding wish kills downtown Buffalo Grove plan. Cubs reportedly sign Jon Lester to $155M deal. Kane prosecutor pleased with new suspect lineup law. Ukrainian journalists visiting suburbs as part of Palatine trip. Kenyon elected Kane forest president amid political wrangling. Third defendant sentenced in killing of widower. Objection filed against Hoffman Estates candidate. Three targeted ...
20, Dec 2014 - California man sentenced to 18 months for hacking into cash registers at Subway sandwich shops
BOSTON - A man who hacked into computerized cash registers at Subway sandwich shops and stole more than $40,000 in gift cards has been sentenced in Boston to 18 months in prison. U.S. District Judge Richard Stearns also sentenced 46-year-old Lake Elsinore, California, resident Shahin Abdollahi
20, Dec 2014 - Legal questions for illegal immigrants, the new executive action
Undocumented immigrants wanting to stay in the U.S. are eager to find out what the president's plans mean for them. And they are asking questions of local immigration attorneys.
20, Dec 2014 - B-N man gets prison for illegal bitcoin operation
PEORIA — A Normal man has been sentenced to four years in federal prison for running an unlicensed, multimillion-dollar bitcoin exchange on the Internet.
20, Dec 2014 - Cherokee County men sentenced in armed robbery spree
TYLER, Texas – Two Jacksonville, Texas men have been sentenced in connection with a violent crime spree targeting area businesses in the Eastern District of Texas announced U.S. Attorney John M. Bales today.The sentences were handed down today by U.S. District Judge Michael Schneider. Jonathan Roshard Brown, 22, pleaded guilty on May 20, 2014, to interfering with interstate commerce by robbery ...
20, Dec 2014 - Supreme Court allows injunction in Arizona abortion case to stand
The US Supreme Court declined to hear arguments from Arizona officials seeking to reverse an appeals court injunction temporarily blocking implementation of a state law that sought to restrict drug-induced abortions.
20, Dec 2014 - Appeals court order keeps Mississippi's sole abortion clinic open
By Emily Le Coz JACKSON Miss. (Reuters) - Mississippi's sole abortion clinic will remain open after a federal appeals court refused on Thursday to reconsider its decision to block a state law that would have closed it. The law, passed in 2012, required doctors at the clinic to have admitting privileges at local hospitals, a standard they could not meet. A three-member panel of the 5th U.S ...
20, Dec 2014 - I-Team: Federal probe involves Orleans Parish Criminal Court judge
A federal grand jury investigation is underway and it involves the longest-serving judge in Louisiana -- Orleans Parish Criminal Court Judge Frank Marullo.
20, Dec 2014 - Harford man sentenced to 10 years for 2011 heroin death
A Harford County man was sentenced Friday to serve 10 years in the federal corrections system for his role in a 2011 heroin transaction that caused a woman's death, federal prosecutors said.
20, Dec 2014 - California Town Seeks Financial Salvation in Imprisonment
Adelanto, California, a Mojave Desert community with more prisons than supermarkets, is poised to authorize two more detention facilities as city leaders try to stave off insolvency.
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