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26, Oct 2014 - A Beckley man enters a plea to second-degree murder
RALEIGH COUNTY (WVVA) A Raleigh County man is sentenced to 25 years in prison for his role in the murder of a man from Sprauge.Lavonte Paige, 19...
26, Oct 2014 - Connecticut high school stabbing suspect back in court
Christopher Plaskon, the Connecticut high school student accused of stabbing his classmate to death, appeared in court Thursday morning.
25, Oct 2014 - Clinicians at EACTS to Highlight Prospective Randomized Clinical Trial Data Indicating Reduced Comp
On-X® Life Technologies, Inc. announced today that recent interim results from the PROACT study indicate tha
25, Oct 2014 - State highlights: Supreme Court to hear N.C. scope-of-practice case; states weigh costs of new hepa
The Supreme Court on Tuesday will consider who can whiten teeth in North Carolina, a seemingly small decision that could have major implications for scope-of-practice throughout the country. In North Carolina Board of Dental Examiners v. Federal Trade Commission, the justices will weigh whether the state dental board's decisions -; in this case, a decision to not allow anyone but a dentist to ...
25, Oct 2014 - Early voting begins today; voters must bring valid IDs
Early voting in the Nov. 4 general election begins today and lasts through Oct. 31. The 5th Circuit Court of Appeals has reinstated the state's Voter ID law, which means voters must bring valid ID's to the polls. 
25, Oct 2014 - Driver gets 10 years in Big Island fatal crash
A Big Island driver will serve 10 years in prison for striking and killing a bicyclist. The Hawaii Tribune-Herald reports 28-year-old Siaiku Lucky Aholelei was sentenced Monday by Hilo Circuit Judge Greg Nakamura. In July, Aholelei pleaded no contest to negligent homicide.  In exchange, prosecutors agreed to drop a manslaughter charge in the Sept. 27, 2013, death of 66-year-old Cenon Visaya on ...
25, Oct 2014 - Detained Afghani Soldiers Who Went AWOL Feared Taliban Death Threats
Three Afghani soldiers detained at the Rainbow Bridge last week made their first court appearance Wednesday at the Buffalo Federal Detention Facility. Time Warner Cable News reporter Meg Rossman has more from Batavia.
25, Oct 2014 - John Goodman retrial: Juror could be ineligible to serve
A juror serving on the retrial of Wellington polo magnate John Goodman could be booted off the panel, after new questions surfaced Tuesday about the man's eligibility to serve because of a long-ago criminal conviction in New York.
25, Oct 2014 - Accused murderer waives speedy trial
BENNINGTON -- The man accused of murdering a woman in Manchester nearly 30 years ago waived his right to a speedy trial Tuesday, allowing the case to progress at a slower pace. David A. Morrison, 54, who has pleaded not guilty to a first degree murder charge in connection with the death of Sarah Hunter, had been scheduled for a trial in November, a deadline that concerned Judge John Wesley
25, Oct 2014 - Justices won't revive Louisiana parish claims
The Supreme Court rejected an appeal Monday from 11 Louisiana parishes that wanted to revive their lawsuits over wildlife damage from the BP oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico in 2010. The justices did not ...
25, Oct 2014 - Appeals court keeps alive Syngenta lawsuit against Bunge North America on GMO corn
DES MOINES, Iowa — A federal appeals court gave agricultural chemical-maker Syngenta Seeds hope Monday that it may be able to proceed with a lawsuit against grain storage and transportation company Bunge North America for refusing to accept one of Syngenta's genetically modified corn varieties.
25, Oct 2014 - 4 men plead not guilty in deadly mall carjacking -
NEWARK, N.J. (AP) - Four men charged in the fatal carjacking of a young lawyer outside an upscale New Jersey mall last year have pleaded not guilty to felony murder and other charges.
25, Oct 2014 - Wrongful Imprisonment Lawsuit Settlement Funding Continues to be Major Focus at Legal-Bay Funding o
NEW YORK, Oct. 15, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Legal-Bay LLC, The Lawsuit Settlement Funding Company, reported today that they are dedicated to aiding victims of wrongful imprisonment now more than ever with public awareness growing on these cases. According to NY Daily News, recently an ex-NYPD detective, Louis Scarcella, went under oath in a Brooklyn court to address "issues that have led prosecutors ...
25, Oct 2014 - Latinas top Democratic ticket in key states as party seeks to build more diverse bench
APOPKA, Fla. — The Democratic lieutenant governor candidates from Florida, Texas and Nevada all have colorful biographies: a Colombian-born business executive; a pharmacist-turned-veteran lawmaker; and a juvenile delinquent-turned-lawyer.
25, Oct 2014 - Woman Allegedly Tried to Pin Husband's Murder on Own Son
A man who testified against his mother at her trial for her husband???s murder says she suggested his brother might have killed her husband.
25, Oct 2014 - Bernard A. Krooks Recognized as Leading Elder Law Attorney
Krooks, a leading Elder Law and Estate Planning attorney in New York, has been selected as a 2015 New York Super Lawyer by Super Lawyers® magazine. In addition, Best Lawyers in America® named him to its guide to legal excellence in the U.S. (PRWeb September 29, 2014) Read the full story at
25, Oct 2014 - Recently released felon allegedly fires gun inside house
A man who was recently released from prison may very well find himself returning after he allegedly fired a gun inside a house when he became angry about a photograph.
25, Oct 2014 - Franklin Park child abuse case draws protest, counter-protest
About two dozen people gathered Friday afternoon in the courtyard of the Allegheny County Courthouse to rally support for tougher criminal penalties in child abuse cases in the wake of the sentencing in the local case of a couple accused of abusing their two adopted Ethiopian children. 
25, Oct 2014 - Inmate convicted of police killing to speak at Vermont graduation
By Daniel Kelley PHILADELPHIA (Reuters) - A former death row inmate, now serving a life sentence for the murder of a Philadelphia police officer in 1981, will deliver a graduation speech at a liberal arts college in Vermont at the request of students there. At a Oct. 5 ceremony, Goddard College in Plainfield will play a speech recorded by Mumia Abu-Jamal at the Pennsylvania prison where he is ...
25, Oct 2014 - New charges for Columbia County sex offender
A man convicted of sex charges in Columbia County, who then went to prison for child molestation in south Georgia is back behind bars.
25, Oct 2014 - Judge puts the kibosh on ridesharing Uber in Nevada, for now
It didn't take long for Uber to come to a screeching halt in Nevada. District Judge James Russell in Carson City has blocked Uber from offering any rides in the state through ...
25, Oct 2014 - Inmate serving sentence for child sex abuse dies after 'long illness'
A man serving 13 years in prison for sexually abusing a child and owning child pornography in Lake and Cook counties died Sunday morning in Chicago.
25, Oct 2014 - Industry Veteran Jay Rabideau Joins Cherry Creek Mortgage Company as Branch Manager
Mortgage industry veteran and local resident Jay Rabideau has been tapped to head-up the new CCMC Central Denver Branch Office. Rabideau will focus on expanding relationships with referral partners such as realtors, non-profits, housing authorities, builders, accountants, and attorneys. (PRWeb October 16, 2014) Read the full story at
25, Oct 2014 - Insurance company asks for judgment in Neese suit
An insurance company is asking a federal judge to decide if it is obligated to provide a defense for a Morgantown couple being sued for negligence because their teenaged daughter stabbed a classmate to death two years ago.
25, Oct 2014 - Family of Amir Hekmati speaks out about his imprisonment in Iran
The latest release effort for Amir revolves around the UN General Assembly happening right now in New York City.
25, Oct 2014 - Colorado high court turns away PERA cost-of-living rule
Members of Colorado’s public employee pension association do not have a contract guarantee to a 3.5 percent annual cost-of-living raise, the Colorado Supreme Court ruled Monday in a 7-0 decision.
25, Oct 2014 - Three communities apply for prison project, deadline nears
The deadline for local communities to submit an application to the Arkansas Department of Correction for the construction of a maximum security prison is Friday, October 24th. However, only three organizations have officially expressed interest to the state, according to the ADC.
25, Oct 2014 - New Jersey 'Bricks R Us' supplier gets 24 years
PITTSBURGH (AP) — A New Jersey man with 17 prior convictions will spend 24 years in federal prison for helping supply a Pittsburgh-area ring heroin ring, some of whose members wore T-shirts labeled "Bricks R Us."
25, Oct 2014 - Bond C vital for judicial complex
Growing population will mean need for more space, chief judge says
25, Oct 2014 - Ex-Michigan receiver York sentenced for assault
ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) -- Former Michigan wide receiver Csont'e York has been sentenced to at least seven days in jail and two years of probation on misdemeanor assault charges.
25, Oct 2014 - Teen accused in killings incompetent for trial
WEATHERFORD, Texas (AP) — A North Texas judge has determined a teenager accused of fatally shooting his mother and 15-year-old sister is incompetent to stand trial. Parker County prosecutor Robert DuBoise said in a statement Tuesday that Evans could eventually be tried on capital murder charges if mental health professionals "can assist him in regaining competency."
25, Oct 2014 - Montgomery County school board, critics at odds over $140,000 legal bill
The Montgomery school board president defended hiring outside lawyers to examine spending.
25, Oct 2014 - Judge dismisses 2 lawsuits stemming from govt's alleged mistreatment of conservative groups
WASHINGTON — A federal judge has dismissed two lawsuits stemming from the government's alleged mistreatment of conservative groups that applied for tax-exempt status.
25, Oct 2014 - St. George man pleads guilty, sentenced for 2013 murder
A St. George man pleaded guilty to murder Wednesday and was sentenced to prison the same day.
25, Oct 2014 - Inmate serving sentence for child sex abuse dies
Philip Helfand, 62, an inmate at Dixon Correctional Center, died at University of Illinois Hospital at 10:14 a.m., the Cook County medical examiner’s office said. In May 2006, Helfand was convicted in a Lake County court of aggravated criminal sexual abuse to a person younger than 13 and possessing child pornography, according to the IDOC website.
25, Oct 2014 - Benghazi attack suspect Khatallah pleads not guilty to murder
By Aruna Viswanatha WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Ahmed Abu Khatallah, a Libyan militant accused of participating in the September 2012 attack on the U.S. diplomatic compound in Benghazi, Libya, pleaded not guilty on Monday to 17 new charges related to the attack, including some that carry the death penalty. Khatallah appeared at the brief hearing wearing a green prison jumpsuit with his hair trimmed ...
25, Oct 2014 - This year, election is controversy-free for judges
CEDAR RAPIDS — There are 70 Iowa District Court judges and two court-of-appeals judges up for retention. But this election likely will be the first without controversy for the judiciary since 2009. At least one judge from each of the 14 judicial districts across the state will stand for retention this year. Of the 70, eight judges are from the 6th Judicial District, which includes Linn, Johnson ...
25, Oct 2014 - Federal Court Orders $18 Million Fine Over Commodity Pool Scheme
A federal court ordered a California man, Ryan Nassbridges, and his companies, American Bullion Exchange ABEX Corp. and ABEX LLC, to pay a combined $18 million for alleged fraud, misappropriation and registration violations.
25, Oct 2014 - Supreme Court Allows Texas to Enforce Restrictive Voter-ID Law
In a rare Saturday morning order, the U.S. Supreme Court said it will allow Texas to enforce a voter identification law in next month's midterm elections. The law’s opponents say that it will restrict the voting rights of hundreds of thousands of voters, the overwhelming majority of whom are poor and minority citizens.
25, Oct 2014 - Nev. judge puts brakes on ridesharing Uber
By Michelle Rindels and Kimberly Pierceall, AP It didn’t take long for Uber to come to a screeching halt in Nevada. District Court Judge James Russell in Carson City has blocked Uber from offering any rides in the state through at least Nov. 7. A hearing is set for Nov. 6. The state’s attorney general […]
25, Oct 2014 - Inmate Escapes From Prison In Vinita
Craig County law enforcement officers are searching for an inmate who walked away from the Northeast Oklahoma Correctional Center Sunday evening. 
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