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18, Sep 2014 - Judge delays Cook County ban on 'puppy mill' pet sales
A federal judge has issued an order delaying Cook County's ban on "puppy mills" in response to a lawsuit claiming the measure is unconstitutional.
18, Sep 2014 - Assault allegations against ex-high school football players
Five former high school football players from Milton, Vermont denied allegations they assaulted their younger teammates in 2011 and 2012. Ryan Carlson, 20, Brandon Beliveau, 20, Brian Lasell, 19, William Jenkins, 18, and Colby Darling, 18, were cited into court in Burlington on simple assault charges. Lawyers for each of the men entered not guilty pleas on their behalf. Are you using your WPTZ ...
18, Sep 2014 - Genomic Analysis Reveals that a High-Risk Leukemia Subtype Becomes More Common with Age
St. Jude Children's Research Hospital-led study sets stage to determine if drugs called tyrosine kinase inhibitors will extend the lives of patients with the high-risk acute lymphoblastic leukemia subtype; pediatric clinical trial scheduled to open by early 2015. (PRWeb September 10, 2014) Read the full story at
18, Sep 2014 - Jane Paulson Selected for Inclusion in Best Lawyers in America©
Oregon trial attorney Jane Paulson, of Paulson Coletti Trial Attorneys PC, has has been selected for inclusion in the 21st Edition of Best Lawyers in America© publication in Personal Injury and Medical Malpractice areas. (PRWeb September 10, 2014) Read the full story at
18, Sep 2014 - Blackwell, Separatism trial of Uighur professor in China enters second day
The separatism trial of a prominent scholar from China's mostly Muslim Uighur minority entered its second day on Thursday, as rights groups renewed their calls for his release.
18, Sep 2014 - Convicted sex offender fails to register
A convicted sex offender from California pleaded guilty Tuesday to failing to register as a sex offender after he moved to Juneau nine months ago, a felony that can carry up to 10 years in prison.
18, Sep 2014 - Teddy-bear stalker found guilty of menacing ex-girlfriend
He tormented an ex-girlfriend by leaving stuffed animals — including a teddy bear sliced open and tied up with condoms — outside her house near Grandview Heights. Rodger W. Moore, 56, admitted that he was guilty of misdemeanor stalking, but he took the case to trial this week to fight claims that he committed felonies by trespassing when he placed items outside the homes of his ex-girlfriend and ...
18, Sep 2014 - In Utah same-sex marriage case, many ‘friends of the court’
SALT LAKE CITY — As the U.S. Supreme Court considers whether or not to even hear Utah’s appeal of two federal courts’ decision to strike down the state’s same-sex marriage ban, a number of political groups, corporations and states are urging the nation’s top court to jump in. In a series of “friend of the […]
18, Sep 2014 - Texas AG Abbott Says Plastic Bag Bans Are Illegal
Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott says municipal bans on single-use plastic bags are illegal. In a five-page attorney general's opinion Friday, the Republican gubernatorial nominee said a state law prohibits local governments from prohibiting, restricting or charging a fee, for solid waste management purposes, for "the use of a container or package in a manner not authorized by state law. ...
18, Sep 2014 - Delong sentenced to 20 years in prison for DUI crash that killed five
MCLEANSBORO — The driver in a Hamilton County crash that killed five of his family members and forever changed the lives of dozens more was sentenced to 20 years in prison Tuesday.
18, Sep 2014 - Inmate charged with plotting assault, kidnapping from cell
A Utah prison inmate serving her sentence in the Wasatch County Jail made repeated attempts to hire someone to assault her ex-boyfriend and kidnap his children, according to investigators.
18, Sep 2014 - NC half brothers freed after 3 decades in prison - Quincy Herald-Whig | Illinois & Missouri News, S
RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) - North Carolina's longest-serving death row inmate and his younger half brother walked out as free men Wednesday, three decades after they were convicted of raping and murdering an 11-year-old girl who DNA evidence shows may have been killed by another man.
18, Sep 2014 - Ex-TSA worker loses appeal in slaying
The Mississippi Supreme Court will not hear the appeal a former employee of the federal Transportation Security Administration in Mississippi who was convicted in the 2011 death of a co-worker.
18, Sep 2014 - Senate casts a vote on something pertaining to rollback of Citizens United
The U.S. Senate voted 79-18 today to keep debating a proposed constitutional amendment to overturn the U.S. Supreme Court decision in Citizens United (the corporate personhood ruling that opened the floodgates on political spending.) The vote has limited, if any, meaning. This was mostly a ruse. Republicans oppose the amendment and will prevent its passage if it comes to a vote. But they didn't ...
18, Sep 2014 - About 60 percent of ND applicants passed bar exam
The North Dakota Supreme Court says 63 percent of applicants passed the bar exam this year, a lower rate compared to 2013.
18, Sep 2014 - NYCLU: Poor get sub-par legal aid
ALBANY — In a new report examining public defenders in five counties, the New York Civil Liberties Union on Wednesday called state efforts to defend the poor in criminal cases an abject failure.NYCLU is scheduled to go to trial next month in Albany in a lawsuit arguing that New York systemically provides inadequate staff and money for constitutionally required defense lawyers. The suit first ...
18, Sep 2014 - Appeals Court upholds conviction in San Francisco double homicide
A state appeals court in San Francisco has upheld the conviction and three consecutive sentences of life in prison without parole for a former MS-13 gang member in the killing of a father and two sons in the city in 2008. Edwin Ramos, 27, was convicted in San Francisco Superior Court in 2012 of first-degree murder in the fatal shootings of grocery store supervisor Anthony Bologna, 48, and his ...
18, Sep 2014 - Reno judge orders new trial in 1976 killing; lawyers cite new DNA evidence
A Nevada judge has ordered a new trial for a 64-year-old woman who has been in prison for more than 30 years for a killing she says she didn't commit.
18, Sep 2014 - Evidence in '70s Beach rape could free convict
VIRGINIA BEACH Evidence from a 1974 rape that could contain the attacker's DNA will be preserved, a Circuit Court judge decided Wednesday.
18, Sep 2014 - Boston Therapeutics to Present at National Investment Banking Conference on September 16, 2014
MANCHESTER, NH--(Marketwired - Sep 15, 2014) - Boston Therapeutics, Inc. ( OTCQB : BTHE ), developer of complex carbohydrate therapeutics to treat diabetes, announced that David Platt, Ph.D., Chief Executive Officer, is scheduled to speak at the National Investment Banking Association (NIBA) on September 16, 2014 at the Roosevelt Hotel in New York, NY. Dr. Platt intends to provide an update on ...
18, Sep 2014 - Five vie for county attorney office
Five candidates are running for the office of Rockingham County attorney, in the wake of the resignation of longtime incumbent James Reams, who was accused by the state attorney general's office of mismanaging county money and sexually harassing employees.
18, Sep 2014 - Jury sentences Bryan Hulsey to death for killing officer
A jury has sentenced convicted cop-killer, Bryan Hulsey, to death.
18, Sep 2014 - Accused wife killer Stephen Scharf transferred to Bergen County Jail
Stephen Scharf was transferred from the state prison in Trenton to the Bergen County Jail on Wednesday, three weeks after an appeals court threw out his conviction on charges that he murdered his wife on the Palisades in Englewood Cliffs 22 years ago.
18, Sep 2014 - Court upholds Ute intake construction
A federal court of appeals in Denver has refused to reverse a decision giving the green light to construction of an intake at Ute Lake Reservoir, part of the Ute Lake Project plan to pipe drinking water to communities in Curry and Roosevelt counties.
18, Sep 2014 - Lawsuit alleges negligence by Whetstone fire chief
SIERRA VISTA — The repercussions of a fatal car accident on Charleston Road more than five years ago continue to reverberate as the parents of one of the teen victims in the incident have taken the chief of the Whetstone Fire District to court over his actions at the scene. On the afternoon of Friday, Dec. 5, 2008, Chad Labanow and Christina Waller, two Tombstone High School students, were ...
18, Sep 2014 - Appeals court: Creditors can't get life insurance
PHOENIX (AP) -- The Arizona Court of Appeals says creditors can't go after the life insurance paid to the widow of a Phoenix mortgage banker and philanthropist who committed suicide after his company failed during the 2008 mortgage crisis. The court ruled Tuesday that the successor company to Mortgages Ltd. can't sue Scott Coles' widow, Ashley, for the insurance benefits she collected. ML ...
18, Sep 2014 - Man ordered to pay back victim in child porn case
A judge says a Wisconsin man convicted in a child pornography case in North Dakota must pay $3,250 to one of the victims.
18, Sep 2014 - Three indicted in probe of cost overruns at Wayne County jail
A one-man grand jury has indicted three current and former Wayne County officials as part of an investigation into millions of dollars in cost overruns in the county's stalled jail project.
18, Sep 2014 - Jury: Defendant guilty of sex crime
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18, Sep 2014 - Second chances come at the expense of history
Connecticut, a Superior Court judge noted the other day, is a "second chance" state, a state whose criminal law offers offenders many options for avoiding convictions and permanent criminal records.
18, Sep 2014 - Marriage Policy: States Should Make Their Own Laws
News about court cases that involve same-sex marriages usually travels fast. But when a judge in Tennessee recently upheld that state's constitutional authority to define marriage as the union of a man and a woman, it went almost unnoticed.
18, Sep 2014 - Judge to pick Tsarnaev trial venue based on papers
BOSTON (AP) — A judge has rejected a request from lawyers for Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev (joh-HAHR' tsahr-NEYE'-ehv) to hold a hearing on whether to move the trial outside of Massachusetts.
18, Sep 2014 - Man pleads not guilty in tainted steroid case
BOSTON (AP) — A pharmacist who worked for a Massachusetts company blamed for a nationwide meningitis outbreak that killed 64 people pleaded not guilty to a mail fraud charge Thursday as his lawyer said he is concerned he could be made a scapegoat.
18, Sep 2014 - Texas Set to Execute Woman for 9-Year-Old's Death; She 'Believes God Will Work it Out,'
The State of Texas is set to execute a woman charged with murdering her girlfriend's son 10 years ago.
18, Sep 2014 - Deputies confiscate knives, guns, drugs from courthouses
Knives, guns and pepper spray are just some of the weapons that have made it into Central Florida courtrooms.
18, Sep 2014 - Siskiyou supervisors see bleak picture of new jail funding
Siskiyou County's need for a new jail has been documented by a number of grand juries, but its need for funding could weigh heavily on the decision to move forward in building one.
18, Sep 2014 - Members named to Stow Municipal Court’s Clerk Advisory Council
STOW — Stow Municipal Court Clerk Kevin Coughlin created an informal Clerk’s Advisory Council to help steer improvements in the office. According to Coughlin, represented in the group are the daily end-users of the Clerk’s Office: attorneys, prosecutors, law enforcement and the court’s judges.
18, Sep 2014 - Pill ring trial dates set for Sept. 8
A suspect accused of running a South Mississippi pill ring with three other men now has more time to agree to a plea deal. On Wednesday morning, a judge gave Joshua Locke until Friday to agree to a plea.
18, Sep 2014 - U.S. May Conceal Images of Alleged 9/11 ’20th Hijacker,’ Court Rules
A federal appeals court on Tuesday ruled that the U.S. government may keep secret video and photographic images of a Guantanamo detainee suspected of being the so‐called “20th hijacker” in the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks.
18, Sep 2014 - Trial delayed for SW Iowa man charged with murder
The trial for a southwest Iowa man charged with murder in the shooting death of woman has been delayed for a fifth time.
18, Sep 2014 - Inmate doesn't return to jail after dentist trip
Warren County law enforcement officials are searching for an inmate who never returned to jail after being allowed to leave to go to a dentist.
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