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Spelling bee kids battle into the night
when they go to the dictionary there was one copy only for the pronouncer who already mentioned that the words are small and she can't see very well. I wan(...)
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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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23, Aug 2014 - Maryland assault weapons ban upheld in federal court
Judge says assault weapons, large-capacity magazines are dangerous, rarely used in self-defense.
23, Aug 2014 - Judge grants woman same-sex divorce
A Broward County judge has said a West Palm Beach woman can dissolve her civil union to another woman. The ruling also said Florida's ban of same-sex marriage is unconstitutional. "I was absolutely elated," said Heather Brassner, the woman asking for her civil union to be dissolved. "There's no words to describe how wonderful it felt." "Like nothing you can imagine, just chills and relief," said ...
23, Aug 2014 - Police News in Brief
Perjury, resisting arrest SHAFTSBURY -- On July 22, at 8:40 a.m., Vermont state police went to Lake Drive in Shaftsbury to follow up on an active criminal investigation. The subject of the investigation was Trever Coon, 19, of Shaftsbury, who was being charged with perjury for alledgedly lying to a Bennington County Traffic Court judge on June 27.
23, Aug 2014 - Elgin prisoner fled during bathroom stop: report
A handcuffed prisoner who escaped from Elgin Mental Health Center custody earlier this month was being transported in a van with three security officers when he fled out the vehicle's rear door, a police report shows.
23, Aug 2014 - 'Oh, it's gorgeous': WVSU dedicates first new dorm in decades
By Mackenzie Mays Judge Damon Keith's eyes lit up Wednesday as he got a tour of his namesake - the first residence hall to be built on West Virginia State University's campus since 1969. "Oh, it's gorgeous," Keith said. "My, my, my. Can't beat this." The Judge Damon J. Keith Scholars Hall features suite-style dorm rooms with a sleek and modern design. There's a gaming room, a study lounge, a ...
23, Aug 2014 - Prominent White-Collar Litigator Ted Planzos Joins Clark Hill's Washington DC Office
WASHINGTON, Aug. 14, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Nationally recognized white-collar defense attorney Sotiris "Ted" Planzos has joined Clark Hill's growing Washington, DC office as a Member in the firm's ...
23, Aug 2014 - Former BF man held in 2013 stabbing, assault
BRATTLEBORO -- Nearly a year after a warrant was issued for Louis Medina’s arrest in connection with a knife attack that left a man bleeding from the ear, the former Bellows Falls resident has been found.
23, Aug 2014 - Texas Governor's Race: Analyzing the Money
A year can fly by when you’re raising millions of dollars, and that’s what Republican Attorney General Greg Abbott and Democratic state Sen. Wendy Davis — the major party candidates for Texas governor — have been doing since last summer.
23, Aug 2014 - Colorado mother pleads guilty in son's death
DENVER (AP) — A Routt County woman accused of killing her 9-year-old son in a murder-suicide attempt has been sentenced to 40 years in prison after pleading guilty to second-degree murder.
23, Aug 2014 - New Jersey Mesothelioma Victims Center Launches an Aggressive Initiative to Make Certain Diagnosed
WASHINGTON, Aug. 6, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- The New Jersey Mesothelioma Victims Center has one primary goal, and that is to see to it that diagnosed victims of mesothelioma who live in the Garden State have instant access to the nation's most skilled mesothelioma compensation attorneys, who are also licensed to practice law in New Jersey. The Center is urging diagnosed victims of mesothelioma who ...
23, Aug 2014 - Trial Test Of Ebola Vaccine Speeds Up
Washington — Researchers at the National Institutes of Health are accelerating human clinical trials for what scientists hope is a promising new vaccine to combat the deadly Ebola virus.
23, Aug 2014 - Emails show Walker recall election campaign push - Quincy Herald-Whig | Illinois & Missouri News, S
MADISON, Wis. (AP) - Newly released court documents include emails showing that Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker's recall election campaign team told him to instruct donors to give to a key conservative group which would run ads for Walker and distribute money to other conservative groups backing him.
23, Aug 2014 - Brinkley man sought in death of father, robbery of grandmother
The State Police and Monroe County authorities are looking for Dustin Heath Burrow , 29, of Brinkley as a suspect in the shooting death of his father, Carl Lynn Burrow,. 62, and armed robbery of his grandmother, Vaudean Burrow. State Police said they were informed of the crime at 3:45 p.m. Thursday. Burrow's body was found in a barn on his property west of Brinkley. Burrow may be driving a 2007 ...
23, Aug 2014 - Inmate’s Death Raises Questions About Prison Protections
In one of his final letters to his mother, Justin Campos wrote that, although he was serving a life sentence for killing two members of the notorious Latin Kings gang, he had faith that God would protect him.
23, Aug 2014 - Defendant Sentenced for Aggravated Assault in Federal Prison
Daniel Victor Smith, previously an inmate at the Federal Correctional Institution in Marianna, Florida, was sentenced to 120 months in federal prison.
23, Aug 2014 - Florida high court backs lesbian in visitation fight for adopted son
The Florida Supreme Court has cleared the way for a Seminole County lesbian to get visitation rights with her 6 1/2-year-old son, a boy she legally adopted after he was born to her female partner.
23, Aug 2014 - CANDIDATE QUESTIONNAIRE: Courtney H. Mikesic, Wyandotte County Judge's Race
PUBLISHER'S NOTE: Today, we hear from Courtney H. Mikesic. She is running for Wyandotte County District Judge. Earlier this week, we posted a questionnaire from Jim Yoakum , who is running for the same position. All candidates were given the same questions.
23, Aug 2014 - SEIU begins dropping efforts to force home healthcare workers to pay dues
Just over a month after a landmark Supreme Court ruling, the Service Employees International Union is starting to drop its efforts to force home healthcare workers to pay dues.
23, Aug 2014 - Mother's Disability Payments Protected from Son's Restitution Use
Appeals court says mother's benefits are protected from restitution payments for her son's arson crimes.
23, Aug 2014 - Ex-CISD teacher pleads guilty for sexual assault
A former Conroe ISD intermediate school teacher will serve 10 years in prison after pleading guilty to first-degree felony aggravated sexual assault of a 12-year-old girl who was once his student.
23, Aug 2014 - Federal judge expands freeze on executions in Ohio until early 2015
A freeze on capital punishment in Ohio will continue into 2015after a federal judge extended a months-long moratorium on executions as questions mount about the effectiveness of a new, two-drug combin...
23, Aug 2014 - Federal appeals court rules against Va. gay marriage ban
A split federal appeals court has ruled against the state of Virginia’s ban on same-sex marriages, in another milestone ruling that could drive the issue to the Supreme Court.
23, Aug 2014 - Librarian accused of poor people skills drops case
— A librarian in southwestern Michigan who refused a transfer after being accused of mistreating visitors is dropping her discrimination lawsuit in federal court.
23, Aug 2014 - Personal Injury Attorneys John M. Dodig and Jason A. Daria Named to SJ Magazine’s Top Attorneys 2
Feldman Shepherd lawyers named among top South Jersey trial lawyers. (PRWeb August 01, 2014) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2014/08/prweb12062395.htm
23, Aug 2014 - New findings released in pot brownie case
Williamson County, TX - Newly released lab results could help in the case against Jacob Lavoro, the Texas teen who is facing a potential life sentence in prison for making and distributing laced brownies. 
23, Aug 2014 - Federal judge upholds key parts of Maryland gun control law
A federal judge on Tuesday upheld a Maryland ban on 45 assault weapons and a limit on gun magazines to 10 rounds, two key parts of a sweeping gun-control law that were challenged shortly before the law went into effect last year.
23, Aug 2014 - Murder suspect challenges 'youthful offender' law
SALEM, Mass. — A Massachusetts teenager charged in the rape and murder of his math teacher is expected to appear in court as his lawyers seek to have him tried as a minor. Attorney Denise Regan says she'll ask a Salem Superior Court judge Tuesday to dismiss "youthful offender" charges against former Danvers High School student Philip Chism.
23, Aug 2014 - Idaho officials: Prison takeover had 'challenges'
Idaho prison officials say they had to have thousands of dollars' worth of medications shipped overnight to the state's largest prison after the former operator, Corrections Corporation of America, left the facility without a promised eight-day supply of inmate drugs.
23, Aug 2014 - Former nurse sentenced for bank robbery
A former South Bend nurse turned bank robber was sentenced today.
23, Aug 2014 - With new law, strangling becomes its own crime
Strangulation is now its own crime in Massachusetts. Police investigating cases of strangulation no longer have to pick between attempted murder or assault and battery.
23, Aug 2014 - Nazi Swastika Carved Into Boy’s Forehead Puts Teen In Prison For 11 Years
A 16-year-old Oregon teenager named Blue Kalmbach has been sentenced to 11 years in prison after he and several others tortured a boy and carved a Nazi swastika into his forehead. But that was only the beginning of what was done to the victim. In a related report by The Inquisitr, in general the usage
23, Aug 2014 - Nebraska Lawyers Question Hospital Move
Criminal defense attorneys are raising questions about whether Nebraska's state psychiatric hospital in Lincoln has opened itself up to legal consequences.
23, Aug 2014 - Clare County Man Accused of Sex Crimes
A Clare County man has been charged with sex crimes involving a child. Dale Thrush, of Farwell, faces several charges including first degree and second degree criminal sexual conduct...
23, Aug 2014 - Arizona court: Transgender man pursue divorce
PHOENIX (AP) A transgender man in Arizona who gave birth to three children after beginning to change from female to male can continue to pursue a divorce, a state appeals court said Wednesday in reversing a judge who refused to end...
23, Aug 2014 - No New Cases for Arrested Alabama Federal Judge
Alabama federal judge won't get new cases after arrest in domestic dispute caught on 911 tape
23, Aug 2014 - NC lawmakers direct who will judge their laws
RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — North Carolina lawmakers are making it harder to contest their decisions in court by establishing an unprecedented system to hear cases challenging whether laws are constitutional.
23, Aug 2014 - Evansville investment adviser pleads guilty
Evansville investment adviser Lynn A. Simon appeared in Vanderburgh Circuit Court on Wednesday to plead guilty to charges stemming from allegations last year that he swindled more than $1 million from area residents.
23, Aug 2014 - Prowers County Sheriff's Report July 23-26, 2014
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23, Aug 2014 - Rayville tax preparer accused of $325000 tax fraud
BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) - Louisiana's Department of Revenue says a Rayville tax preparer is accused of using fake business losses to inflate customers' tax returns. Spokesman Byron Henderson says Donald Ray Jackson allegedly cost Louisiana taxpayers more than $325,000 in fraudulent refunds. Jackson was booked Friday into the East Baton Rouge Parish Prison on nine counts each of computer fraud and ...
23, Aug 2014 - Court Orders Review of A Controversial Fisheries Observer Program
A U.S. District Court judge has ruled that a newly-implemented fisheries observer program in the Gulf of Alaska may have become unreliable, and is sending federal managers back to the drawing board to fix it.
23, Aug 2014 - After serving 24 years for daughter's murder, New York man is free
Han Tak Lee, cleared of killing his daughter in a church camp fire, says he's happy to be 'a normal U.S. citizen.' HARRISBURG — Scarcely three hours after Han Tak Lee walked out of Houtzdale state prison Friday, he began to reclaim a life held in limbo for nearly a quarter-century behind bars.
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