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Lawsuit Filed Against Jody Kriss, Former Bayrock Executive & Founder of East River Partners
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17, Apr 2014 - State seeks to appeal ruling in swine case
State seeks to appeal ruling in swine case The Michigan Department of Natural Resources said Friday it is seeking to appeal an Upper Peninsula judge's ruling that overturned a ban on Russian boars and similar swine breeds. AP Wire Lansing Apr 12, 2014 if (!window.OX_ads) { OX_ads = []; } OX_ads.push({ "auid" : "436967" }); document.write(' '); The state attorney general's office filed papers ...
17, Apr 2014 - Group asks Supreme Court to consider Ala. tax case
MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) — Attorneys for a group of poor Alabama schoolchildren and their parents are asking the U.S. Supreme Court to considering scrapping Alabama's property tax system.
17, Apr 2014 - Selena Gomez's Trespasser Returns To Her Home After Being Released From Jail
Selena Gomez's Calabasas, California, home looked like a crime scene on Friday (April 4th).Police cars swarmed to the 21 year-old singer's property...
17, Apr 2014 - Two Mule Creek inmates escape
IONE – The California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation is searching for two inmates who escaped from Mule Creek State Prison's minimum security facility this morning, authorities said.
17, Apr 2014 - Cases heard in common pleas court
ST. CLAIRSVILLE - Numerous cases were heard during Friday's session of Belmont County Common Pleas Court. Judge John M. Solovan II presided. Martin Edgar Regoli, 55, 65201 Union St., Neffs, appeared on a status conference.
17, Apr 2014 - Greek prison guards charged with torture death - Quincy Herald-Whig | Illinois & Missouri News, Spo
THESSALONIKI, Greece (AP) - Eight Greek prison guards were charged Tuesday with torturing to death an Albanian convict accused of fatally stabbing a guard in another jail after being refused temporary release to visit his critically ill mother.
17, Apr 2014 - Pro-life students file suit against University of South Alabama
Students for Life USA, a pro-life student organization, has filed a complaint in federal court against numerous University of South Alabama officials.
17, Apr 2014 - Man alleging pork poisoning back to state hospital
ST. MARYS, Pa. (AP) - A western Pennsylvania is going back to a state hospital until he's competent to stand trial on charges he threatened his mother with a 10-inch kitchen knife because he believed she was trying to "poison" him with pork in violation of his Muslim beliefs.
17, Apr 2014 - Gilead Announces Results from Study of Sovaldi® for Retreatment of Chronic Hepatitis C in Patients
Gilead Sciences, Inc. today announced results from an open-label clinical trial evaluating once-daily Sovaldi® 400 mg tablets for the retreatment of chronic hepatitis C virus infection among patients who failed prior therapy.
17, Apr 2014 - Robbery sentence overturned on appeal
A Caddo Mills man, sentenced to prison for the 2010 hold-up of an area convenience store, has earned a new punishment hearing, after a state appeals court agreed the defendant received an ineffective defense, and that a prosecutor improperly referenced his immigration status.
17, Apr 2014 - Rowland's "Corrupticut" circus
Media surround attorney Reid Weingarten as Connecticut Gov. John G. Rowland leaves federal court in New Haven, Conn., Friday, April 11, 2014, where he pleaded not guilty to federal charges from a seven-count indictment alleging campaign-finance-fraud charges in connection with $35,000 in laundered consultant money.
17, Apr 2014 - Sharper's lawyers return to Phoenix courtroom to question evidence in sexual assault cases
PHOENIX — Lawyers for former NFL All-Pro safety Darren Sharper are questioning the evidence authorities are using to justify keeping him in jail without bail on charges that he drugged and sexually assaulted two women.
17, Apr 2014 - Mericle's quest for leniency: 357 pages of letters, photos and charity
SCRANTON 8212 If the weight of character testimony, charitable contributions and community service can tip the scales of justice, developer Robert Mericle's attorneys unleashed a heavy load 295 pages of letters touting Mericle's qualities, nine pages summarizing at least 16 million in charitable contributions, 27 pages of...
17, Apr 2014 - Jesse Jackson Jr., Former Illinois Rep., Moved to Alabama Prison
Former Congressman Jesse Jackson Jr. has been spending time in a North Carolina federal prison since October of last year. Jackson is in custody for looting $750,000 from his treasury that he used for purchasing elk heads, celebrity memorabilia, and …
17, Apr 2014 - Experts take stage at White trial
HUNTINGTON -- Experts took to the witness stand Wednesday in the third day of trial for double homicide suspect Thomas Maurice White, 22, of Huntington.
17, Apr 2014 - What's next for gay marriage after Denver court hearing
Thursday's hearing in Denver is the second of two hearings on gay marriage that are weighted with legal significance.
17, Apr 2014 - Bluefield woman sentenced for drug distribution
CHARLESTON — A Mercer County woman was sentenced to a 15-month prison term Wednesday at her sentencing hearing at U.S. District Court in Charleston. Rachelle Bryant, 24, of Bluefield, appeared before Senior U.S. District Judge David A. Faber of the Southern District of West Virginia.
17, Apr 2014 - Welcome To Voting Rights Boot Camp
Election season is getting underway in states all over the country. And voting rights advocates worry some of those places may move to disenfranchise minorities by exploiting a Supreme Court ruling last June. That ruling blew up a system that forced states with a history of discrimination to win federal approval before making elections changes. Now, legal groups are responding by training a new ...
17, Apr 2014 - Texas executes Mexican after appeals fail
The US state of Texas executed a Mexican national despite frantic late appeals based on possible trial irregularities and mental disability, authorities said. Ramiro Hernandez, 44, was put to death by lethal injection at 6:28 pm (2328 GMT) in Huntsville, Texas. Last week, the United States Supreme Court declined to hear an appeal from him as one of several Mexicans languishing in US prisons ...
17, Apr 2014 - Tyler man set to die for 1996 slaying loses appeal
HOUSTON (KYTX) - The 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals has denied a death row inmate's claims that he should not be executed because he is mentally challenged.
17, Apr 2014 - Four teens charged following manhunt in S.C. given June trial dates
Four juveniles, one of whom was charged with murder, who were the subject of a manhunt in South Carolina last week were given June trial dates Friday in Juvenile Court in Greeneville.
17, Apr 2014 - Eight Greenberg Traurig Attorneys In Florida Recognized in 2014 Chambers Global Guide
Eight Greenberg Traurig Attorneys In Florida Recognized in 2014 Chambers Global Guide (PRWeb April 11, 2014) Read the full story at
17, Apr 2014 - Order to recognize gay marriage put on hold during appeal
Gay couples who wed in other states will have to wait for their marriages to be recognized in Ohio while lawyers for Attorney General Mike DeWine’s office appeal a decision issued earlier this week by U.
17, Apr 2014 - $40M pill mill kingpin's sentence reduced for testifying against docs
Federal judge agrees to cut Christopher George's punishment to 14 years in return for his helping prosecutors Christopher George, whose highly successful pill mills in Broward and Palm Beach counties made about $40 million, was hoping Friday that his cooperation with prosecutors would earn him a big break on the prison term he is serving.
17, Apr 2014 - US panel votes to reduce drug-dealing sentences - Quincy Herald-Whig | Illinois & Missouri News, Sp
WASHINGTON (AP) - The U.S. Sentencing Commission has voted to reduce the length of federal prison sentences for most drug dealers.
17, Apr 2014 - Wakefield Man Held On $100,000 Bail In Boston Marathon Finish Line Bomb Scare
A Wakefield man was ordered held on $100,000 bail Wednesday on several charges connected to a bomb scare at the finish line of the Boston Marathon Tuesday.
17, Apr 2014 - Bible may become Louisiana state book
 Lawmakers are moving ahead with a proposal to name the Bible as Louisiana's official state book, despite concerns the bill would land the Legislature in court.
17, Apr 2014 - Del. pediatrician gets prison for 'waterboarding' stepdaughter
GEORGETOWN, Del. - A prominent Delaware pediatrician and best-selling author who punished his 11-year-old stepdaughter using a form of waterboarding was sentenced to three years in prison on Friday.
17, Apr 2014 - Judge strikes down Michigan's ban on same-sex marriage
By Bernie Woodall DETROIT (Reuters) - Michigan's ban on same-sex marriage violates the U.S. Constitution and must be overturned, a federal judge ruled on Friday in the latest in a series of court decisions to allow gay couples to wed. Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette said he was seeking an emergency stay and appeal of the ruling with the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit, which ...
17, Apr 2014 - Robber who lived productive life seeks release
After he was convicted of armed robbery in 2000, Cornealious Anderson was sentenced to 13 years behind bars and told to await instructions on when and where to report to prison. But those instructions never came.
17, Apr 2014 - Pistorius Trial Postponed Until April 7
The murder trial of Oscar Pistorius was adjourned until April 7, when the South African track star is expected to take the stand in his own defence.        
17, Apr 2014 - Baton Rouge officials object to landfill approval
BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) - A Baton Rouge official wants to consider suing to block an industrial waste landfill in north Baton Rouge. City-parish Councilman Trae Welch told The Advocate ( that the Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality should appear before the council to explain its approval of ...
17, Apr 2014 - Court Weighs Falsehood Ban In Campaigns
Washington — The Supreme Court next week will consider for the first time whether states may enforce laws that make it a crime to knowingly publish false statements about political candidates.
17, Apr 2014 - Indiana inmate: “I feel happy in jail”
WASHINGTON, Ind. (WTHI) – A lockup based program at the Daviess County Jail in Washington, Ind. is promoting healthy lifestyles beyond an inmates’ sentence.… More »
17, Apr 2014 - Man pleads guilty in plot to rob Palisade bank
A Palisade man who held a police officer at gunpoint and disarmed the officer during a failed attempt to rob a Palisade bank in 2011, pleaded guilty in federal court last week.
17, Apr 2014 - Opinion: Why a mom would kill babies
In 2001, the nation watched as Andrea Yates, by all accounts a loving mother, was arrested in the killings of her five children after drowning them in a bathtub. In the trial that followed, we learned she had a history of mental illness, which intensified in her postpartum periods and required four psychiatric hospitalizations. She would ultimately be found not guilty by reason of insanity and ...
17, Apr 2014 - House Lawyers Defend 'Speech or Debate' Protections
A bipartisan group of congressional leaders filed court papers Tuesday defending the constitutional shield that protects members of Congress and their staff from being forced to provide information about legislative activities.
17, Apr 2014 - Murder suspect in San Mateo shooting dies: Case against Gregory Elarms dropped after judge tossed c
The prime murder suspect whose case was dismissed after a judge threw out his confession to shooting an East Palo Alto activist at a San Mateo shopping center in 2010 is himself dead.
17, Apr 2014 - Today can mark end to death penalty
The time has come and the evidence overwhelmingly supports a repeal of the death penalty in New Hampshire.
17, Apr 2014 - Cast of 35, Culled from Worlds of Broadway, Cabaret and Opera, Are Part of Nicholas Nickleby, A New
Theater for the New City, which is under the leadership of executive director Crystal Field, presents Nicholas Nickleby, A New Musical April 17-May 5 at the Joyce and Seward Johnson Theater.
17, Apr 2014 - Lawsuit accuses 'X-Men' director Bryan Singer of sexually abusing underage boy
"X-Men” director Bryan Singer is being accused of “sexual abuse” of a teenage boy in a lawsuit filed Wednesday, according to court documents obtained by TheWrap.
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