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23, Oct 2014 - Some California criminals would face lighter sentences under Proposition 47
In next month’s elections, state voters will be asked to decide the fate of an initiative aimed at changing the penalties some criminals face in court and, proponents say, saving the state millions in needless incarceration costs. Rio Cosumnes Correctional Center in Elk Grove is Sacramento County’s primary jail for sentenced inmates, including those under realignment. Proposition 47 would send ...
23, Oct 2014 - Election official faces trial stemming from recall effort
SANDPOINT (AP) - There's sufficient evidence to try a northern Idaho election official in a case in which it's alleged she told someone it was OK to lie about the signature gathering process in a school district recall election, a magistrate judge has ruled.
23, Oct 2014 - Size of minority population impacts states' prison rates, study finds
States with a large minority population tend to incarcerate more people, research has concluded. States with large African-American populations are more likely to have harsher incarceration practices, worse conditions of confinement and tougher policies toward juveniles compared with other states. These findings, experts say, provide support for long-standing arguments that the criminal justice ...
23, Oct 2014 - Priest accused of traveling to Honduras for sex with children ordered detained until trial
A Roman Catholic priest from Pennsylvania was ordered to remain jailed until his trial on charges that he possessed child pornography and traveled to Honduras for sex with children during missionary trips.
23, Oct 2014 - Mental state of Slenderman suspect disputed
Doctors disagree over whether the second of two 12-year-old girls charged with stabbing a classmate to please the fictional horror character Slenderman is fit to stand trial
23, Oct 2014 - Justice Court Judge Joey Jayne up for re-election
PABLO — Montana’s Lake County Justice of the Peace-elect Joey Jayne, Navajo, was voted in by the people of Lake County in 2012. She got past the primary again this year and will be on the general election ballot on November 4. Jayne is running against Randal Owens, a current Montana Highway Patrol sergeant in Lake County who has served as a Montana Highway Patrol trooper since 1992.
23, Oct 2014 - The gay marriage debate continues in Louisiana
A lot of local gays and lesbians and their supporters are hopeful, but attorneys say ultimately they expect the debate to be picked up by the U.S. Supreme Court in this upcoming session or by next year to finally resolve the legality of gay marriage on a national level.
23, Oct 2014 - Trial starts for 55-year-old man accused in 2008 shooting death of Wisconsin Rapids man
WISCONSIN RAPIDS, Wis. — Trial has started for a 55-year-old man accused in the 2008 shooting death of a man who had been in a custody dispute with his daughter in Wisconsin Rapids.
23, Oct 2014 - Idaho will get new federal judge to replace Lodge
After 50 years on the bench, federal Judge Edward Lodge announces his semi-retirement. Click to Continue »
23, Oct 2014 - Texas judge invalidates Voter ID law; GAO finds such laws depress turnout
A federal judge in Texas has enjoined enforcemen t of th e Texas voter ID law. The judge said the law amounted to a poll tax that discriminated against minorities. Arguments in Texas mirror those made i n a case pending before the Arkansas Supreme Court. Republicans have admitted that national efforts to pass voter ID laws were intended to depress voter turnout along constituencies — poor ...
23, Oct 2014 - Bogomol pleads guilty in federal court
A former Denton High School journalism teacher pleaded guilty to child pornography charges Wednesday.
23, Oct 2014 - Texan gets 10 years, stole dead father's benefits
PECOS, Texas (AP) — A Texan has been sentenced to 10 years in prison for stealing Social Security benefits meant for her father whose body was found in a storage unit in Kentucky. Prosecutors say the daughter leased a unit in Lexington, Kentucky, to conceal the death of Luther Broughton.
23, Oct 2014 - Nike CEO Says His Company Took NFL to Task for Domestic Violence
Nike Inc. (NKE) , the National Football League’s main apparel sponsor, told the NFL that it was unhappy with the handling of domestic violence by players, Chief Executive Officer Mark Parker said.
23, Oct 2014 - Continuance requested in Newman trial
Special prosecutor Ron Fields has requested a five-month continuance in the Rickey Dale Newman murder trial in Crawford County Circuit Court. The trial is scheduled to begin Oct. 27 before 21st Judicial District Judge Gary R. Cottrell.
23, Oct 2014 - Man sentenced to 6 years in vehicle thefts
IRONTON -- A Proctorville, Ohio, man was sentenced Wednesday to six years in prison for stealing three motor vehicles and several other charges.
23, Oct 2014 - Court will expedite Arkansas gay marriage case
LITTLE ROCK — Arkansas' highest court has agreed to move quickly on a case challenging the state's gay marriage ban.
23, Oct 2014 - North America is a crime scene: The untold history of America this Columbus Day
The founding myth of the United States is a lie. It is time to re-examine our ruthless past -- and present
23, Oct 2014 - Community News for 10/23/14 edition
Baker in court today ~ Decathlon Lecture ~ Birth Doula training ~ Harlow Fire Talk ~ Wood-burning devices ~ Deaf Services Program at YNP Oct. 24-26 ~ Madera Pomegranate Festival… Click to Continue »
23, Oct 2014 - The open line: New video, plus a meth bust in Van Buren County and sentence for fake nurse
Here's your midweek open line, the video roundup for the day and other news. Imagine. Some people were dealing meths in the hills and hollows of Van Buren County. * DRUG BUST: The U.S. attorney and state prosecutor Cody Hiland of Conway announced today a bust of 34 defendants in a meth trafficking ring in Van Buren County. Defendants are charged with possessing or distributing more than 300 ...
23, Oct 2014 - RIO DE JANEIRO — Brazil’s presidential contenders are squaring off in another debate 10 days ah
RALEIGH, N.C. — A North Carolina man faces up to 15 years in federal prison over plans to travel to either Syria or Yemen to join a jihadist group. Akba Jihad Jordan of Raleigh pleaded guilty Thursday in U.S. District Court to one count of...
23, Oct 2014 - Deceptive text message case against Wellington man settled
ELYRIA – A Wellington man has reached a settlement with Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine to end a lawsuit accusing him of sending deceptive text messages to people. Darren Sizemore will pay $9,800 in penalties and damages under the terms of the agreement announced Thursday by DeWine’s office. An additional $17,600 in civil penalties was Read More... The post Deceptive text message case against ...
23, Oct 2014 - Oklahoma attorney general seeks delay of three upcoming executions
Citing a lack of necessary drugs and the need for additional training of corrections employees after a botched execution in April, Oklahoma Atty. Gen. Scott Pruitt wants to delay three upcoming executions scheduled to take place by the end of the year.
23, Oct 2014 - 60-year sentence ordered for western Indiana death
A western Indiana man has been sentenced to 60 years in prison for the beating death of a woman he lived with.
23, Oct 2014 - Capital murder defendant tries judge's patience, decision on Calvert's laptop delayed
Pretrial proceedings continued Monday in Capital murder defendant James Calvert's long-running case. Calvert is accused of killing his ex-wife Jelena Sriraman on Halloween of 2012.
23, Oct 2014 - Budget cuts lead to drop in prison service hours
A report says budget cuts have contributed to a drop in the number of community service hours performed by Ohio prison inmates.
23, Oct 2014 - Judge grants admitted Athens cop killer's request for psychiatrist
A Superior Court judge recently granted the request of a confessed Athens cop killer to be evaluated by a psychiatrist prior to trial.
23, Oct 2014 - Bringing ex-prisoners back to society
Liz Gaynes stepped into the Bronx headquarters of the Osborne Association three decades ago to find one full-time employee and a part-time bookkeeper. Today, the 67-year-old executive director of the... To view the full story, click the title link.
23, Oct 2014 - 2 Connecticut men plead guilty in bribery scheme
WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. (AP) - Two Connecticut men have pleaded guilty in White Plains federal court to bribery and fraud charges in a case in which a former FBI agent is also charged.
23, Oct 2014 - Court upholds alcohol petition
The recent decision by the Arkansas Supreme Court to allow the Arkansas Alcoholic Beverage Amendment on the Nov. 4 general election ballot settled the question of petition filing deadlines in favor of Secretary of State Mark Martin, but left the broader issue of ballot title consequences versus clarity up to the voters.
23, Oct 2014 - 24 arrested in cocaine distribution operation, US attorneys say
Federal, state and local authorities have arrested and charged two dozen people with conspiracy to distribute cocaine in the Crystal City, La Pryor, Carrizo Springs and San Antonio areas, U.S. attorneys said. An eight-count indictment unsealed Friday charges those arrested, along with 44-year-old Gabriel "Gabby" Martinez, who was already in custody prior to Thursday, with conspiracy to ...
23, Oct 2014 - Women Sent To Jail For Cursing During Court Recess
Judge Sends Woman to Jail for Cursing During Court Recess Appellate Court: Judge Was Wrong For Sending Woman To Jail For Cursing Women Sent To Jail For Cursing During Court Recess Judge Sends Woman to Jail for Cursing During Court Recess Local Has Been Optimized A 23-year-old woman from Plainfield, Illinois, was ordered by a judge to spend four days in jail after she was overheard cursing while ...
23, Oct 2014 - Arkansas gay marriage to hit 2 courts on same day
LITTLE ROCK — Arkansas' highest court will hear oral arguments in a case challenging the state's gay marriage ban on the same day a federal judge takes up a separate case over the prohibition.
23, Oct 2014 - Seattle man sentenced in child porn network
NEW ORLEANS — Federal prosecutors say a Seattle man has been sentenced to three years in federal prison for downloading videos of underage boys performing sex acts from websites that were part of an online child pornography ring run out of Louisiana.
23, Oct 2014 - 'Cannibal' jailed after grooming teenage girl online
A British NHS nurse dubbed “the Canterbury Cannibal”, who was convicted of sexual grooming after plotting to behead and eat a girl, has been jailed for nine years.
23, Oct 2014 - Windsor gun lobby group Rocky Mountain Gun Owners files lawsuit in campaign donor dispute
Windsor-based Second Amendment lobby Rocky Mountain Gun Owners has filed a lawsuit with the U.S. District Court in Denver in an attempt keep private donor records related to a mailer sent out before this year’s primary election.
23, Oct 2014 - Judge grants continuance in Newman trial
Rickey Dale Newman’s murder trial in Crawford County Circuit Court has been continued until April 6.
23, Oct 2014 - Court battle pits right to speech versus rights of way
LINCOLN CITY — An epic court battle continued last week after a judge cleared the way for demolition of a disputed billboard overlooking Siletz Bay.
23, Oct 2014 - Prison guard charged with impersonating officer
Cabarrus County deputies said a Lanesboro prison guard pretended to be an officer, flashed a badge and pointed a gun at a driver after she cut him off. Paul Grundzinski, 35, is charged with impersonating an officer and assault by pointing a gun. Deputies said the incident started in Anson County, but after the woman pulled over on Sunrise Drive in Cabarrus County, Grudzinksi approached her car ...
23, Oct 2014 - Man accused of threats says he's not delusional
MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) — Two psychologists have testified in court that an Alabama man accused of threatening the president is delusional and thinks he has been chosen to be a spokesman for God.
23, Oct 2014 - Lone lawyer sues Obama, alleging illegality of surveillance programs
Feds: man can't prove he was harmed, lacks standing to challenge gov't spying.
23, Oct 2014 - Naogdoches-based prison ministry's new digs the result of 'praying until something happens&
A rehabilitation residency for East Texas women who are starting over after a jail or prison sentence is under development in Nacogdoches County.
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