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Spelling bee kids battle into the night
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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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03, Sep 2014 - NC paving company president pleads guilty to fraud
A top executive at a North Carolina paving company has pleaded guilty in federal court in what prosecutors say was an $87 million scheme involving government-funded road construction projects.
03, Sep 2014 - Durham man receives 15-20 years in prison for securities fraud
A Durham man accused of taking more than $1 million from educators through fraudulent investments will spend 15 to 20 years in prison after he pleaded guilty Monday to more than 40 charges of securities fraud, common law forgery and common law uttering.
03, Sep 2014 - Judge overturns commutation of Travion Blount
NORFOLK A federal judge has struck down former Gov. Bob McDonnell’s commutation of a Norfolk teen’s life sentence, clearing the way for a challenge to Virginia’s sentencing of some juvenile offenders.
03, Sep 2014 - Defense rests in corruption trial of ex-governor
Attorneys for former Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell and his wife wrapped up their case Wednesday in the couple's corruption trial, their defense featuring McDonnell's testimony and the idea that the marriage was so...
03, Sep 2014 - Switching Sides
California Deputy Attorney General Benjamin Diehl's job was to prosecute banks for defrauding the public. Now he works for them. by Darwin BondGraham It's a familiar story in Washington, DC: Government lawyers who are supposed to zealously protect the public from Wall Street's sophisticated frauds gain inside knowledge and connections while employed by the Department of Justice, the Securities ...
03, Sep 2014 - Lawsuit over Common Core heads to court for hearing
The politically-heated dispute over Louisiana's use of the Common Core education standards is scheduled for its first hearing before a state district judge Tuesday.
03, Sep 2014 - Prosecutors fight Kennedy cousin's overturned murder conviction
By Richard Weizel HARTFORD Conn. (Reuters) - Connecticut prosecutors appealed to the state Supreme Court late on Friday to reinstate Kennedy cousin Michael Skakel's 2002 conviction on a charge of murdering his neighbor when they were both 15. The prosecutors, in a 249-page appeal brief, challenged a decision last October by Judge Thomas Bishop ordering a new trial for Skakel. He ruled that ...
03, Sep 2014 - Lawsuit Challenges State's Failure to Fund MAEP
According to former Gov. Ronnie Musgrove, lead attorney for the plaintiff, the state of Mississippi owes the 14 school districts over $115 million in funding since 2010.
03, Sep 2014 - Self-proclaimed pimp in court
Ammar Harris is one of the most guarded inmates in the state of Nevada and Wednesday he was back in a Las Vegas courtroom.
03, Sep 2014 - Ex-US sailor who spied for Soviets dies in prison
BUTNER, N.C. (AP) — A former American sailor convicted during the Cold War of leading a family spy ring for the Soviet Union has died in a prison hospital in North Carolina.
03, Sep 2014 - Woman sentenced in War mayor's death
The Associated Press WELCH, W.Va. - The daughter-in-law of slain War Mayor Thomas Hatcher has been sentenced on a lesser conspiracy charge. WVVA-TV reports that Rebecca Lynn Hatcher received a one- to three-year sentence Friday in McDowell County Circuit Court. Hatcher had been scheduled to stand trial for conspiracy when she pleaded guilty in June to the lesser charge of attempt to commit ...
03, Sep 2014 - Build your own legal case
Equal treatment under the law? Not when so many Montanans are left to represent themselves in civil court by Jessica Mayrer A young woman with her hair tied back in a ponytail takes a break from filling out a stack of divorce and custody documents to reassure her baby, who plays in a car seat perched atop a chair. The woman coos at the child, then directs her attention back to the paperwork and ...
03, Sep 2014 - Man accused of running investment fraud scheme sentenced in Georgia to 5 years in prison
A judge has sentenced a man accused of running an investment fraud scheme that lost millions in investor dollars to serve five years in federal prison.
03, Sep 2014 - Federal judge rules TennCare must hold hearings following complaints
A federal judge has ordered Tennessee’s state Medicaid program to take responsibility for long-delayed applications, calling for the agency to hold hearings for people who have waited months to find out whether they will receive coverage.
03, Sep 2014 - Dead floppy drive: Kenya recycles global e-waste
Closing arguments have started in the public corruption trial of former Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell and his wife, Maureen. More >>
03, Sep 2014 - A Complaint About A Stray Hair In A Colorado Inmate’s Food Could Add 20-Plus Years To His Sentenc
One Colorado inmate regrets his decision to complain to prison staff about a hair he found in his food. Inmate Ray Wolfe, 37, says he was surprised when he lifted the lid off his tray and found a long, dark hair mixed in with the beef and noodles. However, little did Wolfe know, reporting this
03, Sep 2014 - Trial begins for man accused in 2013 Uintah County murder
Opening statements are expected Tuesday morning in a trial for a Utah man accused of murdering an acquaintance last year. Jesse Anthony Saenz, 24, is charged in 8th District Court with murder, a first-degree felony, as well as theft and possession of...
03, Sep 2014 - Charles City man sentenced to prison in chase, standoff
CHARLES CITY | A Charles City man has been sentenced to prison in connection with an April chase that ended with an armed standoff near Waverly.
03, Sep 2014 - Wisconsin court rules against raw milk producers
A state appeals court ruled against a pair of raw milk producers Thursday, but sidestepped the issue of whether a person has a right to purchase and consume unpasteurized milk.
03, Sep 2014 - Fire damages two homes in North Charleston
Fire crews responded to an early morning house fire Friday on Saddle Creek Court in the Windsor Hill subdivision in North Charleston. 
03, Sep 2014 - Sex Offender Sentenced To 25 More Years For Raping Child
A Florida sex offender already serving a 15-year prison sentence there has been given an additional 25 years for raping the same child in Tennessee.
03, Sep 2014 - Eldorado Red Convicted In Lil Phat Murder Trial
The testimonies of former Texas Tech basketball star Decensae White in the Lil Phat murder trial proved to useful to the point where prosecutors were able to convict three men of various charges.
03, Sep 2014 - GovBeat: Arizona’s highest court will decide Jan Brewer’s Medicaid expansion
A battle over whether to expand Medicaid that has divided Arizona Republicans for nearly two years will soon advance to the state?s highest court. The Arizona Supreme Court agreed to hear a challenge from Republican Gov. Jan Brewer, who is seeking to protect the state?s use of federal dollars to expand Medicaid last year. ?With [?]
03, Sep 2014 - District Court for Aug. 19
District Justice Little The following cases were administered by Magisterial District Judge Tony Little: Heriberto Garcia, 1325 Kittatinny St.
03, Sep 2014 - Cedar Rapids man accused of voting three times
CEDAR RAPIDS — Iowa’s system of absentee voting is too loose and so subject to fraud, said Joel Miller, Linn County auditor and commissioner of elections, and he said a new criminal case may prove his point. Linn County Attorney Jerry Vander Sanden has filed a felony charge of election misconduct in the first degree against Clarence Ellis of Cedar Rapids, who is accused of voting via absentee ...
03, Sep 2014 - Fitbit: We don't sell personal data
Closing arguments have started in the public corruption trial of former Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell and his wife, Maureen. More >>
03, Sep 2014 - 9 boys pulled from polygamous home in Idaho
SALT LAKE CITY — A polygamous man who oversaw an Idaho home where nine boys were sent on repentance missions by Warren Jeffs has pleaded guilty to three counts of child abuse. Nathan C. Jessop entered his plea Thursday in Pocatello and was sentenced to 10 days in jail and ...
03, Sep 2014 - Jury Hears Closing Arguments in Corruption Trial of Ex-Virginia Gov.
Prosecutors told a federal court jury Friday that former governor Robert McDonnell "stomped on the Virginia flag by selling out his office."
03, Sep 2014 - 2 Iowa prison inmates sue over religious issues
A federal judge says two Iowa prison inmates must be provided nightly meals and chapel time during Ramadan and allowed the same religious accommodations as other Muslims.
03, Sep 2014 - Florida Redistricting Map Favoring GOP Allowed One Time
A Florida judge allowed the use of voting districts favoring Republicans in November while approving revised congressional boundaries for subsequent elections.
03, Sep 2014 - Vet warned couple that 2 dogs were dangerous
Craig Systma and his 2-year-old granddaughter, Leylah Sytsma. / Courtesy Systma family DETROIT - Three months before two large dogs mauled a jogger to death, a veterinarian who examined them found them "aggressive" and "dangerous" and warned one of their owners that the dogs needed to be treated by an animal behaviorist, according to testimony in a Michigan courtroom Friday.
03, Sep 2014 - Peoria man faces up to 60 years for alleged sex assault on child
PEORIA — A Peoria man faces up to 60 years in prison for allegedly sexually assaulting a preteen. Kevin Crain, 39, of 2311 N. Linn St., was indicted recently on charges of predatory criminal sexual assault of a child and aggravated criminal sexual abuse in connection with the July 24 incident.
03, Sep 2014 - Judge: Alabama abortion clinic law unconstitutional
Montgomery, Ala. — A new Alabama law restricting doctors who perform abortions would force several women's clinics to shut down, placing unconstitutional restrictions on a woman's right to obtain one, a federal judge ruled Monday.
03, Sep 2014 - Halawa inmates wearing horizontally striped uniforms
It's a new spin on an old look. Inmates in the Halawa Correctional Facility are wearing horizontally striped uniforms.The prison's warden made the change citing safety concerns. 
03, Sep 2014 - Guantanamo argument: Does USS Cole defendant have brain damage?
Defense and prosecution lawyers sparred Wednesday over whether the accused USS Cole bomber should get an MRI of his brain before his death-penalty trial. Congress forbids the transfer of Guantanamo detainees to U.S. soil even for medical emergency. Also, although the prison ordered a $1.65 million magnetic resonance imaging machine nearly two years ago, it never arrived.
03, Sep 2014 - Plea deal nets 30 years for home invasion, blowtorch attack
DECATUR – Two men who each were facing up to 150 years in prison for torturing two women with homemade blowtorches and forcing the women and two men to perform sex acts at gunpoint during a robbery were each sentenced to 30-year prison terms after pleading guilty to one count of Class X home invasion.
03, Sep 2014 - Roche Wins Reversal of $2 Million Accutane Trial Verdict
Roche Holding AG (ROG) won reversal of a $2.1 million verdict by a New Jersey jury in favor of a California woman who blamed the company’s Accutane acne drug for her inflammatory bowel disease.
03, Sep 2014 - Illinois woman guilty of murder in robbery plot with friends
By Dawn Reiss JOLIET Ill. (Reuters) - An Illinois woman who helped lure two men to a drinking session to rob them for money for cigarettes, gasoline and cocaine, was found guilty on Friday of six counts of first degree murder after her friends allegedly strangled the two men. Will County Judge Gerald Kinney said Bethany McKee, 20, was guilty even though she did not physically participate in the ...
03, Sep 2014 - Missouri appeals court gets early voting challenge
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — A Missouri appeals court has set a Sept. 12 hearing on a challenge to a ballot measure authorizing a limited early voting period.
03, Sep 2014 - Maple Shade ax murder convict wants new trial
The attorney for an Ecuadorean man convicted of killing his young wife with an ax in their Maple Shade apartment 18 years ago has filed a motion for a new trial.
03, Sep 2014 - Florida authorities ask for more time to pick up NH fugitive
A Circuit Court-Manchester District Division judge gave Florida another week to pick up a fugitive because his diabetes necessitates a flight rather than car ride.
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