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Lawsuit Filed Against Jody Kriss, Former Bayrock Executive & Founder of East River Partners
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26, Jan 2015 - Convicted killer's trial delayed
22 year old Sharnard Smith, 22 year old Antwan Smith, and Christopher Simmons are charged with a violent home invasion July 8th, 2012.
26, Jan 2015 - Silver’s Links to NYC Law Firm Under Federal Probe, NYT Reports
New York Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver is being probed by the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Manhattan and the FBI for payments made to him by a law firm that specializes in tax appeals, the New York Times reported last night, citing unidentified persons.
26, Jan 2015 - West Virginia-Texas Preview
Isaiah Taylor hasn't been up to par since returning for Texas. West Virginia has plenty of respect for Taylor, though believes its full-court pressure can add to his woes. The No. 16 Mountaineers force more turnovers than anyone in the nation and look to harass Taylor on the road Saturday and hand his 20th-ranked Longhorns a third straight loss. Texas (12-4, 1-2 Big 12) began the season ranked ...
26, Jan 2015 - Virginia Lawmaker Pushes for Problem-Solving Veterans Courts
Linda "Toddy" Puller has filed legislation that should make it easier for Virginia courts to set up separate court dockets for veterans.
26, Jan 2015 - UPDATE: News groups join Larry Flynt's push for execution information
A separate legal challenge to Missouri's execution protocol filed on behalf of Joseph Paul Franklin and other death-row inmates endures. Read more
26, Jan 2015 - Bonham Woman to Serve 3 Years in Prison for Embezzling Hundreds of Thousands from Nursing Home
BONHAM, TX -- A Bonham woman accused of embezzling half a million dollars from a local nursing home has pleaded guilty to lesser charges.
26, Jan 2015 - Idaho prisoner dies from apparent self-inflicted injury
Donald Peters Shriver, 48, who was serving a life sentence for robbery, was found unconscious at 11:12 p.m. Sunday inside his cell at the Idaho Maximum Security Institution south of… Click to Continue »
26, Jan 2015 - Kennewick man facing third strike for kidnapping, rape charges
Raymond R. Cuellar Jr., 30, could spend the rest of his life in prison under Washingtons three-strikes law after his arrest for allegedly kidnapping a Pasco woman and raping her… Click to Continue »
26, Jan 2015 - Former New Mexico sheriff sentenced to 10 years in prison in federal road rage case
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — A federal judge on Wednesday sentenced a former New Mexico sheriff to 10 years in prison for abusing a driver in a bizarre, off-duty traffic stop that prosecutors described as a fit of road rage.
26, Jan 2015 - Minnesota hockey sex tape suspects want phone evidence thrown out
MOORHEAD, Minn. -- Attorneys for two junior hockey players accused of recording and distributing video of sex with a 15-year-old girl are asking a judge to throw out evidence police seized from one of the players' cellphone.
26, Jan 2015 - Continental’s Hamm Argues Cashed Check Ends Alimony Appeal
Continental Resources Inc. (CLR) ’s Harold Hamm asked Oklahoma ’s highest court to dismiss his ex-wife’s divorce appeal because she cashed the almost $1 billion alimony check he gave her last week.
26, Jan 2015 - 01/26: New businesses
Occupational licenses issued recently by county and municipal governments in Central Florida; data collected by Market Force Corp. of Newtown Square, Pa.
26, Jan 2015 - Update: Teen found guilty in stabbing death of Julian Galvan
EL PASO, Texas -- A 17-year-old El Paso boy is on trial for the murder of 19-year-old Julian Galvan, who was stabbed to death at a party in March 2014. On Wednesday, family and friends of both the victim and the 17-year-old accused of killing him filled t
26, Jan 2015 - 1 name down, 100 to go on cold case list
Sun, 28 Dec 2014 05:05:01 GMT By RIK STEVENS Associated Press The names of Judith Whitney and Kathleen Daneault came off the list of unsolved crimes in New Hampshire and Massachusetts last week after lingering there for three decades, but more than 100 in New Hampshire alone are still mysteries in search of an answe...
26, Jan 2015 - Oklahoma resumes executions
Charles Frederick Warner, who was convicted for the rape and murder of an 11-month-old girl, was executed Thursday, according to the Oklahoma Department of Corrections.
26, Jan 2015 - Brown appointees to Supreme Court renew hopes in death penalty cases
On the day justices Mariano-Florentino Cuellar and Leondra R. Kruger were sworn in this month, the California Supreme Court issued a 4-3 ruling leaving in place a death sentence for a man with a long criminal record.
26, Jan 2015 - McDonnell, Facing Prison, Says He Was Easy Target Over Gifts
Former Virginia Governor Robert McDonnell, center, leaves U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia with family members after he found guilty in his corruption trial, in Richmond, Virginia, on Sept. 4, 2014.
26, Jan 2015 - Rockdale Jail Blotter for Jan. 2, 2014
The following charges and arrests were reported by the Rockdale County Sheriff’s Office, Conyers Police Department, Georgia State Patrol and Georgia Pardon and Parole.
26, Jan 2015 - State police: 2014 concealed carry permits in Illinois top 91,000
More than 91,000 concealed carry permits have been issued in Illinois since the state began allowing guns to be carried in public a year ago, according to Illinois State Police figures released Friday.State police said 91,651 permits had been granted by the end of 2014. Cook County, which includes Chicago, led the way with almost 24,000 permits, or more than one-quarter of Illinois' total ...
26, Jan 2015 - Michigan Supreme Court to hear major right-to-work case
Associated Press - LANSING — The Michigan Supreme Court is hearing arguments in a case that will determine whether state workers are covered by a right-to-work law. The law says public and private workers in Michigan can't be forced to pay union fees as a condition of having a job. The dispute at the state's highest court Tuesday centers on whether the law steps on the turf of the Civil Service ...
26, Jan 2015 - From court battles to an election, what to expect in Canadian politics in 2015
It’s going to be a busy year ahead in Canadian politics, with a federal election scheduled in the fall and a number of parliamentary scandals continuing to unravel.
26, Jan 2015 - Mason City man sentenced on meth charges
MASON CITY | A Mason City man was sentenced Monday to prison on a drug charge involving the manufacture of methamphetamine.
26, Jan 2015 - Ex-Gophers quarterback Nelson to plead guilty in Mankato assault
In a plea deal, former Gophers QB would face 90 days in jail and a fine in near-fatal Mankato brawl.
26, Jan 2015 - DEVELOPING: Federal judge puts hold on same-sex marriage ruling in Alabama
HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (WHNT) – After overturning Alabama’s ban on same-sex marriages, a federal court has granted a temporary hold on implementing the ruling for fourteen days. The court’s ruling states that the Attorney General has not shown enough cause for an indefinite stay. However, the court believes it should hear out the appeal by the […]
26, Jan 2015 - Brandenburg says she’s staying put in police shooting cases
ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) – Bernalillo County District Attorney Kari Brandenburg says a series of moves from City Hall and the upper ranks of the A…
26, Jan 2015 - Mississippi man appeals Hurricane Katrina-related fraud conviction
JACKSON, Miss. (AP) -- A Mississippi man is appealing his conviction for fraud involving debris removal following Hurricane Katrina in 2005. Aubrey Brant Sturdivant of Waynesboro is serving a 41-month prison sentence for a 2013 conviction in federal court in...
26, Jan 2015 - Orange County Criminal Defense Team Signs New Deal With For DUI Attorney Marketing
Chris Koch & Associates has been providing criminal defense in Orange County for years, and also services Riverside, San Bernardino, and Los Angeles. The firm announced they recently extended marketing services they have been using to promote an affordable DUI defense. (PRWeb January 16, 2015) Read the full story at ...
26, Jan 2015 - Hamm Divorce Judge Won’t Change $1 Billion Award to Ex-Wife
Harold Hamm, chairman and chief executive officer of Continental Resources Inc. Close Harold Hamm, chairman and chief executive officer of Continental Resources Inc.
26, Jan 2015 - Death Penalty In The US: Supporters Unmoved By Botched Execution In April
Despite a number of recently botched death penalty executions, some states remain steadfast in their decision to continue to support the death penalty, even after a grisly execution in Oklahoma that left the inmate’s body “a bloody mess.” In April, Clayton Darrell Lockett, 38, convicted of murder, rape and kidnapping in 2000, suffered a heart attack after a botched execution that used a m
26, Jan 2015 - Two anti-torture protesters arrested at Dick Cheney's house
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Two protesters were arrested at the McLean, Virginia, home of former Vice President Dick Cheney on Saturday after 20 demonstrators, some in orange prison jumpsuits, walked onto his property to mark the 14th anniversary of the opening of Guantanamo Bay prison. The protesters from the anti-war group Code Pink walked up to the house before police arrived and asked them to ...
26, Jan 2015 - Judge says that Shurtleff, Swallow, Ligety won't testify in Jenson case
Mark Shurtleff, John Swallow, Ted Ligety and Troy Rawlings not required to testify in fraud trial.
26, Jan 2015 - News groups join Larry Flynt's push for execution info
ST. LOUIS (AP) — Fourteen news organizations have asked a federal appeals court to allow pornographer Larry Flynt to join a lawsuit seeking to force Missouri to disclose details of its executi…
26, Jan 2015 - Catoosa County man wanted in connection to vehicle fires
Warrants have been issued for a Catoosa County man on arson charges.
26, Jan 2015 - UPDATE: Authorities catch escaped prison inmate
The Oklahoma Department of Corrections says authorities are on the lookout for an inmate who escaped from the William S. Key Correctional Center in Fort Supply.
26, Jan 2015 - Are judges setting bail too low in Hinds County?
One man has a suggestion that doesn't involve community policing or increased patrols. He says it starts in the courtroom.
26, Jan 2015 - Denver County judges accused of mishandling bond in misdemeanor cases
Denver County judges are knowingly violating state laws in setting bond in misdemeanor cases and wrongfully denying defendants' requests to argue for lower bail, according to claims against the county.
26, Jan 2015 - Stand Your Ground remains a possible defense for felons
The Florida Supreme Court no longer plans to use a Palm Beach County case to examine whether felons can use the state's Stand Your Ground self-defense law to avoid serious criminal charges.
26, Jan 2015 - Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals To Hear Legal Challenge That Struck Down Mississippi’s Marriage Ba
JACKSON, MS (January 6, 2014) – At 10 a.m. on January 9, a three-judge panel from the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals will hear oral arguments in Campaign for Southern Equality v. Bryant, the case that struck down Mississippi's ban on same-sex marriage in a November 25, 2014 ruling by U.S. District Court Judge Carlton W. Reeves.
26, Jan 2015 - Holland, Brownlee Receive Maximum Prison Sentences for Child Sex Ring
The two people convicted of being part of an incestuous sex ring that abused children for years on Alabama's coast have received maximum jail sentences.
26, Jan 2015 - Jury In Toyota Case Told To Disregard Driver’s Prison Time
The judge presiding over a lawsuit against Toyota over a 2006 crash that killed three people told jurors at the outset of the trial Thursday to disregard that one of the drivers was sent to prison before he was released amid reports of a sudden acceleration problem affecting some of the automaker's cars.
26, Jan 2015 - Oklahoma prisons boss 'confident' ahead of next executions - Quincy Herald-Whig | Illinois
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - One week before a man's scheduled execution for killing a baby, the head of Oklahoma's prison system said he's confident in his staff's ability to carry out the first lethal injection in the state since one went awry in April.
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