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22, Dec 2014 - Man gets prison for assault on NM sheriff's deputy
A man convicted of assaulting a New Mexico sheriff's deputy has been sentenced to 21 years in prison.
22, Dec 2014 - Dreamers' Driver's Licenses In Arizona: Young Illegal Immigrants Can Start Applying For IDs
Long lines were expected at Motor Vehicle Division offices throughout Arizona on Monday as young undocumented immigrants planned to sign up for driver’s licenses for the first time. A federal appeals court ruled in July that Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer's policy denying some immigrants licenses was "likely unconstitutional," and a preliminary injunction against the policy was issued Thursday, the ...
22, Dec 2014 - Court upholds Alabama ballot access requirements
MONTGOMERY | A federal appeals court has upheld Alabama's ballot access law that was challenged by third-party presidential candidates trying to get their names before voters in 2012. The Atlanta-based 11th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals on Tuesday upheld the decision of a trial court dismissing the lawsuit. Alabama requires third-party candidates to collect signatures equal to 3 percent of the ...
22, Dec 2014 - Blagojevich brother: I was fed 'pawn' to get then-governor
The brother of imprisoned former Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich (bluh-GOY'-uh-vich) says in a new book that prosecutors tried to use him as a pawn to get his sibling on charges that he attempted to sell President Barack...
22, Dec 2014 - Ex-headmaster guilty in child porn case
WILMINGTON, Del. (AP) — The former headmaster of an elite Delaware prep school faces at least 50 years in prison after being convicted Monday of dealing in child pornography.
22, Dec 2014 - Colorado man gets prison in online ad, prostitution case linked to Texas, Wyoming
WICHITA FALLS, Texas — A Colorado man has been sentenced to more than three years in federal prison in a prostitution and online case linked to Texas and Wyoming.
22, Dec 2014 - Mayor objects to new prison in SLC
Salt Lake City Mayor Ralph Becker doesnât want the stateâs new prison built within city boundaries, describing two proposed sites as âwholly inappropriate.â He sent a spiral-bound book to the state Prison Relocation Commission on Monday that details environmental concerns and potential hefty building costs. But the cityâs objections go beyond the financial. City leaders say Salt Lake is doing ...
22, Dec 2014 - Body of Erin Corwin to be released to her family
The body of Erin Corwin will now be released to her family after a judge in Joshua Tree rescinded an earlier order to keep the body for testing, according to court records.
22, Dec 2014 - Appeals court overturns sex-change for inmate - Quincy Herald-Whig | Illinois & Missouri News, Spor
BOSTON (AP) - A divided federal appeals court on Tuesday overturned a ruling ordering Massachusetts prison officials to provide taxpayer-funded sex-reassignment surgery for an inmate convicted of murder.
22, Dec 2014 - Texas woman free on bond in salt poisoning case
In September, the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals, citing poor legal help at her 2007 trial, overturned her conviction in the death of Andrew Burd. At her trial, prosecutors contended Overton fed the child a mixture of water and Cajun seasoning, causing sodium poisoning. Defense attorneys called about a half dozen witnesses who testified to Overton's gentle, ''patient, and exemplary character.
22, Dec 2014 - Most Read
A gadfly attorney and an Arizona county sheriff want to halt President Barack Obama's immigration order in the first courtroom battle over an initiative designed to spare nearly 5 million people from deportation.
22, Dec 2014 - The Child Migrants Crisis Has Faded, But Family Detentions Are Forging Ahead
U.S. Republican lawmakers grilled Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson on immigration this week over President Barack Obama’s immigration executive actions in a prelude to escalating backlash following the president’s moves. But while Johnson defended the legality of deportation relief for millions of undocumented immigrants, he also brandished the other major part of the executive action ...
22, Dec 2014 - Retired NH Supreme Court Justice Sherman Horton dies at 83
Retired New Hampshire Supreme Court Justice Sherman Horton Jr., who served on the high court during a turbulent decade that included the attempted impeachment of the chief judge, died earlier this week, his son said Friday. He was 83.
22, Dec 2014 - California man sentence in second child porn case
FRESNO, Calif. (AP) — Federal prosecutors say a Northern California man has been convicted for a second time on child pornography charges.
22, Dec 2014 - Volokh Conspiracy: Connecticut judge lifts his gag order against newspaper
The earlier order barred the Connecticut Law Tribune from "publishing an article based on a court document that had previously been published on the Judicial Department website."
22, Dec 2014 - Federal ruling makes it illegal to kill wolves attacking livestock in Michigan
A federal court judge has ordered the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to immediately return wolves in the Great Lakes region to the federal endangered species list, making it illegal for Michigan citizens to kill wolves attacking livestock or dogs.
22, Dec 2014 - Maine man charged with killing girlfriend, two children
(Reuters) - A 27-year-old man was arrested in Maine on Sunday and charged with killing his girlfriend and her two young children, whose bodies were discovered in their mobile home a day earlier, state police said. Keith Coleman, of Garland, about 28 miles northwest of Bangor, was charged with three counts of murder and was awaiting a first court appearance either Monday or Tuesday, Maine State ...
22, Dec 2014 - Cook County Assessor Joe Berrios again hit for hiring practices
Cook County Assessor Joe Berrios has failed to take steps to root out nepotism, favoritism and politics in his office's hiring practices, according to a new report by a federal court monitor.
22, Dec 2014 - Panel Rejects Appeals by Disgraced Ex-Supervisor and Aide
The reversal of some convictions in a San Joaquin County corruption scandal does not constitute new facts or new law that would allow another defendant to collaterally attack his conviction of violating a different statute, the Ninth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled yesterday.
22, Dec 2014 - Police say roommate reports being threatened with a knife
A 19-year-old Texas A&M student remained jailed Monday after being arrested over the weekend after allegedly threatening another student with a knife.
22, Dec 2014 - Fresno police Chief Jerry Dyer notes spike in crime in wake of Prop. 47 passage
The passage of Proposition 47 by California voters in November is at least partially to blame for an uptick in Fresno crime figures, Fresno Police Chief Jerry Dyer said this… Click to Continue »
22, Dec 2014 - Cory Booker finding road to reform is slow for junior senators
Sen. Cory Booker is out to change the way government deals with crime and punishment, but reversing decades-old policies that many of his colleagues see as synonymous with law and order has been slow going.
22, Dec 2014 - Lynchburg man pleads guilty to holding fake fundraiser for murdered daughter
A Lynchburg man will serve jail time for holding a bogus fundraiser in honor of his late daughter.
22, Dec 2014 - The Boys Are Back In Town
High School Boys Basketball swarmed the court tonight for season openers around the state.
22, Dec 2014 - Old notebooks and new information from ‘In Cold Blood’ murders will lead to book
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The Kansas court case grabbing headlines this week started with two tattered notebooks, small and spiral, belonging to a state detective who looked into the 1959 killings at the Clutter home outside Garden City.
22, Dec 2014 - Holder announces plan to target racial profiling
In the wake of clashes at protests in Ferguson, Missouri, U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder says new Justice Department guidance will aim to end racial profiling and ensure fair and effective policing.
22, Dec 2014 - Judge Refuses to Throw Out ABC News 'Pink Slime' Lawsuit
Beef Products Inc. has sued the network for defamation, seeking $1.2 billion in damages, after it claims ABC's coverage led to the closure of three plants and roughly 700 layoffs by misleading consumers that the finely textured meat product is unsafe. read more        
22, Dec 2014 - Colorado court weighs appeal from death row inmate
DENVER (AP) — The Colorado Court of Appeals is set to hear an appeal Tuesday by one of three men on the state's Death Row.
22, Dec 2014 - Mafia hoodlum takes the fall, files $10M suit over jailhouse slip
Former Colombo crime family capo Tommy “Tommy Shots” Gioeli might be off the streets – but that doesn’t mean he still can’t be an earner. The fat mafia veteran is...
22, Dec 2014 - President judge opens probation hearings in Indiana County
Indiana County’s president judge has reversed a longstanding policy that permitted closed-door hearings for offenders entering a special probationary program. The announcement by Judge William ...
22, Dec 2014 - NC prison chief seeking help to treat mentally ill
RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — North Carolina's prison agency wants Gov. Pat McCrory to formally ask lawmakers in his upcoming budget for more than $20 million to hire additional staff to better treat inmates w
22, Dec 2014 - Judge invalidates Florida's gay marriage ban, grants divorce to lesbian, same-sex partner
In exactly four minutes, Broward County Circuit Judge Dale Cohen on Wednesday matter-of-factly granted a divorce to Lake Worth art dealer Heather Brassner. The proceedings were otherwise uneventful - except… Click to Continue »
22, Dec 2014 - Guilty plea in Klamath County pedestrian death
KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. (AP) — A Klamath County man has pleaded guilty to being drunk when he ran down a woman in the rural community Sprague River. The Herald and News reports that prosecutors will recommend 23-year-old Joseph Martin Schuster of Chiloquin be sentenced to more than seven years in prison when he returns to court Jan. ...
22, Dec 2014 - California water districts lose challenge of decision setting aside more delta water for fish
SAN FRANCISCO — A federal appeals court on Monday upheld a 2009 federal decision that called for reducing the amount of water pumped from the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta in order to protect salmon and other species.
22, Dec 2014 - Hodgkin Lymphoma Treatment Shows Promise in Small Trial
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22, Dec 2014 - Court overturns tax sale of western Pennsylvania widow's home over $6.30 bill
A Pennsylvania appeals court has reversed the sale of a widow's home that was triggered by a tax bill for $6.30.
22, Dec 2014 - Prison terms imposed for armed robbery conspiracy
  The final defendant in an armed robbery conspiracy was sentenced Tuesday in U.S. District Court. Saintwain R. Roberts, 25, was sentenced to six years and five months in prison for his role in the Oct. 10, 2013, robbery of the Family Dollar on Central Avenue. Roberts and Jaron Jermaine Wallace, 23, who was sentenced to six years and six months, both testified against their co-defendant Johnny ...
22, Dec 2014 - Judge strikes down Obama administration rules giving higher wages to home health care workers
WASHINGTON — A federal judge has struck down Labor Department regulations extending minimum wage and overtime pay to nearly 2 million home health care workers.
22, Dec 2014 - #3– Washington County President Judge Debbie O’Dell Seneca relieved of her administrative dutie
Washington County President Judge Debbie O’Dell Seneca was relieved of her administrative duties Nov. 5. Senior Judge Joseph M. James, a former administrative judge and president judge of Allegheny County, was appointed as interim administrative judge of Washington County.
22, Dec 2014 - Doctor in capital murder mistrial seeks lower bond
LUBBOCK, Texas (AP) — An attorney for an Amarillo plastic surgeon whose capital murder prosecution ended in a mistrial wants his client's bond reduced. The 50-year-old Dixon was accused of hiring business partner David Neal Shepard to kill Dr. Joseph Sonnier III in July 2012 for three bars of silver valued at $9,000.
22, Dec 2014 - Alabama asks judge to toss lethal injection lawsuit
MONTGOMERY | Alabama has asked a federal judge to dismiss an inmate's lawsuit challenging the state's new lethal injection drug combination as cruel and unusual punishment. Lawyers for the state said courts in Florida have upheld the use of a similar drug combination. U.S. Magistrate Judge William Cassidy gave lawyers until late January to file briefs on why the case should or shouldn't go ...
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