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30, Jan 2015 - New hearing set for North Carolina man accused of trying to join al-Qaida group in Syria
A federal judge appears ready to take another look at a North Carolina man previously declared mentally competent to stand trial on a charge that he sought to join an al-Qaida-linked militant group in Syria.
30, Jan 2015 - Man who threatened to shoot up Fort Carson sentenced to prison
A disgruntled Fort Carson commissary butcher indicted for making "terroristic threats" against the mountain post was sentenced to 16 months in federal prison Tuesday, according to the U.S. Attorney General's Office in Denver.
30, Jan 2015 - American corruption is exceptional, too
On Jan. 22, Sheldon Silver was arrested, handcuffed, fingerprinted and brought before a judge, accused of an array of corruption charges. 
30, Jan 2015 - Gastar Exploration Inc. Announces Resolution of Legal Challenge and Update on Recent Marcellus Comp
HOUSTON, Jan. 5, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Gastar Exploration Inc. ("Gastar") (NYSE MKT: GST) is pleased to announce the resolution of a legal challenge to its West Virginia operations and results of recent Marcellus well completions. A West Virginia state judge has rejected the second of a pair of lawsuits launched by a unit of Axiall Corp. aimed at stopping Gastar Exploration Inc.'s hydraulic ...
30, Jan 2015 - Judge approves sales in Dahl’s bankruptcy: Report
A federal bankruptcy court judge on Friday approved the sale of Dahl’s Foods assets to retailers Kum & Go, Hy-Vee and Associated Wholesale Grocers, according to local reports. read more
30, Jan 2015 - McDonnell trial: Shorter sentence still sends strong ethics signal
RICHMOND — Former Gov. Bob McDonnell got a lot less time than federal prosecutors wanted Tuesday, but the fact that he faces time behind bars still sends a strong signal that Virginia needs to clean up its ethics act, political scientists and legal scholars said.
30, Jan 2015 - Suspended Sentence Revoked For Fort Smith Rapist
A Fort Smith rapist was sentenced to 20 years in prison Wednesday after pleading no contest to a petition to revoke his suspended sentence on a 2000 rape charge.
30, Jan 2015 - Benton Mackenzie, Iowa man and Oregon medical marijuana patient, dies
Benton Mackenzie, 49, was well-known in his home state after being convicted in Iowa state court of felony manufacturing marijuana, conspiracy, violation of the drug tax stamp act and possession of drug paraphernalia. He was sentenced to probation.
30, Jan 2015 - Gay marriage fight takes center stage in New Orleans
Louisiana’s ban on same-sex marriage is now in the hands of a three-judge panel.
30, Jan 2015 - Hawaii State Judiciary looks to hire court interpreters
Depending on their performance on written and oral exams, court interpreters are paid between $25 to $55 per hour with a two-hour minimum.
30, Jan 2015 - Obama will not re-nominate Michael Boggs for federal judgeship
President Obama will not re-nominate Georgia judge Michael Boggs to the federal bench, appeasing Democrats who slammed the judicial nominee's position on various social issues.
30, Jan 2015 - Pac-12 Recap: Arizona Looks Like Title Contender
Six Pac-12 teams were in action last night and six more take the court tonight, highlighted by Utah at UCLA. Yesterday, Arizona reminded us that it is among the nation’s elite, while Washington and Oregon State were exposed.
30, Jan 2015 - 23-year-old man banned for life from driving after crashing into police officer
MEDINA, Ohio — An Ohio man received four years in prison and a lifetime ban on driving for a crash that left an Ohio police officer with a brain injury. The crash happened last year when investigators say Dalton Phillips, 23, hit the officer’s car head-on and then left the scene. Investigators say Phillips’ truck went […]
30, Jan 2015 - Top NY politician's arrest prompts calls for ethics overhaul - Quincy Herald-Whig | Illinois &
ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) - There was the assemblyman who took a bribe from a carnival promoter. The former Senate leader accused of using envelopes stuffed with cash to grease his bid for New York City mayor. Or the one who went to prison for looting his own taxpayer-subsidized health clinics.
30, Jan 2015 - Islamic cleric gets life in prison
An Egyptian-born cleric who turned a London mosque into a training ground for extremist Islamists was sent to prison for life on Friday by a judge who cited his lack of remorse for "barbaric" acts that included aiding kidnappers who killed four tourists in Yemen in 1998 and sending two men to the United States to open a terrorist training camp in Oregon.
30, Jan 2015 - Former NFL player sentenced in mortgage fraud
A former NFL player was sentenced Friday for his role in a South Florida-based $7 million mortgage fraud scheme targeting distressed homeowners nationwide, the U.S. Attorney's Office said.
30, Jan 2015 - Utah Gov. Gary Herbert favors moving prison to Salt Lake City, lawmaker says
A state lawmaker says Gov. Gary Herbert told him the prison should be relocated near the Salt Lake City International Airport. Rep. David Lifferth, R-Eagle Mountain, released details of a 10-minute conversation he had with Herbert this week at an open house the governor held with legislators. âHe indicated that he thought the wisest location was at the west airport site,â Lifferth wrote on his ...
30, Jan 2015 - City, Heartland Park ask appeals judges to deny Imming's request to extend stay
The city of Topeka and Heartland Park Topeka owner Jayhawk Racing, LLC, filed separate motions late Friday afternoon asking a Kansas Court of Appeals panel to deny the request Topekan Chris Imming filed Thursday asking the panel to extend a stay it previously granted in the case past its current ending date of Feb. 5.
30, Jan 2015 - Santa Clara County: Rosen sworn in to second term, sidesteps state attorney general talk
Jeff Rosen was formally sworn in for his second term as Santa Clara County's district attorney Tuesday, and the ceremony had everything one could expect for such an occasion, plus a tantalizing hint at a possible run for higher office.
30, Jan 2015 - PRINCETON: Hun School teacher who had sex with student avoids prison time with plea deal
A former theater teacher at the Hun School of Princeton on Wednesday admitted having sex with one of his female students last year, in a plea deal that allows him to avoid prison.
30, Jan 2015 - DEHN SUMMONS
Public Notice (Official Publication) Summons With Real Estate State of Minnesota District Court County Washington Judicial District: __________ Court File Number: 82-FA-14-6003 Case Type: Dissolution without Children In Re the Marriage of: Deborah Lynn Dehn, Name of Petitioner and James Howard Dehn, Name of Respondent THE STATE OF MINNESOTA TO THE ABOVE-NAMED RESPONDENT: WARNING: YOUR [...]
30, Jan 2015 - Judge won't toss Boston bombing suspects' sister's NYC case -
NEW YORK (AP) - A New York City judge says a harassment case against the sister of the Boston Marathon bombing suspects can proceed.
30, Jan 2015 - Texas couple sentenced to prison for stealing mail
SOUTHLAKE, Texas (AP) — A judge has sentenced two people each to at least two years in prison for stealing mail from North Texas residents. Investigators found hundreds of pieces of stolen mail at their home, including credit and debit cards, bank statements, passports and tax information.
30, Jan 2015 - Parents of black Utah man shot by police sue officers, city
By Peg McEntee SALT LAKE CITY (Reuters) - The parents of a 22-year-old black man who was shot and killed by police in Utah while holding a sword sued the officers and city in federal court on Friday, claiming that his civil rights were violated. The fatal shooting of Darrien Hunt in Sarasota Springs in September raised tensions in the mostly white, fast-growing community some 30 miles south of ...
30, Jan 2015 - OK prison escapee captured
Oklahoma prison officials say an inmate who escaped from the William S. Key Prison in Fort Supply has been captured.
30, Jan 2015 - Uber sued by Indian woman who reported driver raped her
A woman who says an Uber driver raped her in New Dehli, India, has sued the San Francisco-based company in federal U.S. court.
30, Jan 2015 - Judge: Boulder late in releasing utility data, but city can withhold software
Boulder met its obligations under the Colorado Open Records Act with the release Monday evening of a financial spreadsheet, but the city should have made that information public sooner, Boulder District Judge Judith LaBuda ruled Tuesday.
30, Jan 2015 - Keystone decision barreling toward Obama
Nebraska high court ruling increases pressure on White House to decide fate of long-delayed pipeline project.
30, Jan 2015 - New Open-Source Program Aims to Help Parents of Children in Foster Care
An innovative new program developed at the University of Washington was designed specifically to help parents of children in foster care navigate the process of court-ordered visitations and become better parents. Called STRIVE, will be offered at no cost online and aims to reunite families while reducing the tremendous costs associated with children in care.
30, Jan 2015 - Muscatine man sentenced for burglary, weapons charges
MUSCATINE, Iowa — Zackary Marvin Jones, 21, pleaded guilty Friday to third degree burglary and carrying weapons.
30, Jan 2015 - Rick Perry again asks state judge to toss indictment citing vague charges
Former Gov. Rick Perry again Friday asked a state judge to toss out the indictment accusing him of abusing his authority.
30, Jan 2015 - Son of Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy arrested in Utah
(Reuters) - The son of a Nevada rancher who was at the center of an armed stand-off with federal agents in a dispute over cattle grazing rights last year has been arrested in Utah, officials said. Ryan Bundy, 42, was taken into custody by sheriff's deputies serving an arrest warrant while he was at the Iron County Justice Court for a separate case on Tuesday, the Iron County Sheriff's Office ...
30, Jan 2015 - Nebraska Lawmakers Back To Work
The Nebraska Legislature kicked off its 2015 session Wednesday morning with an expected focus to be on property taxes and the state's scandal-plagued prison system.
30, Jan 2015 - Convictions upheld in California journalist's 2007 killing
OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) — A state appeals court has upheld the convictions of two men in the 2007 murder of an Oakland newspaper editor, ruling that the defendants received a fair trial despite a negative pretrial publicity.
30, Jan 2015 - Court to Weigh Texas Policies on Abortion, Gay Marriage
NEW ORLEANS — Lawyers for Texas are headed to federal appeals court this week to defend two Republican-backed state policies — on gay marriage and abortion — that were struck down by lower courts last year.
30, Jan 2015 - Mental Health Court funding put on hold
MORRIS – The Grundy County Mental Health Court program has been put on hold because of the governor’s executive order freezing all state discretionary spending – including halting the awarding of contracts and grants.
30, Jan 2015 - Kane investigation keeps mystifying state's legal community
HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) - The unusual, court-ordered probe into whether the state attorney general's office illegally shared secret investigative material with a newspaper keeps mystifying Pennsylvania's legal community.
30, Jan 2015 - Hobbs woman gets life in prison over 2 Texas slayings
A New Mexico woman faces life in prison for her conviction as the driver in a 2012 attack that left two men dead in West Texas.
30, Jan 2015 - Judge won't unseal documents in California family deaths - Quincy Herald-Whig | Illinois & Miss
SAN BERNARDINO, Calif. (AP) - A judge on Friday denied news media requests to unseal documents in the case of a slain family of four whose bodies were found buried in the desert. He also ruled that the defendant may represent himself.
30, Jan 2015 - Jacksonville Personal Injury Attorney to Perform Same Sex Marriages at No Charge
In response to what he considers to be a measure designed to circumvent an order by a Federal Judge to allow same sex marriages in the State of Florida, Jacksonville Trial Attorney Eric S. Block has now ...
30, Jan 2015 - Ex-karate teacher imprisoned for sex with 12-year-old
Using flattery and a 12-year-old girl's love of poetry, a former South Florida martial arts instructor lured the child into a sexual relationship.
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