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Lawsuit Filed Against Jody Kriss, Former Bayrock Executive & Founder of East River Partners
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Second Oregon sex offender at Umatilla prison dies unexpectedly in just nine days
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25, Nov 2014 - Military court to hear appeal in fragging attack
A former U.S. soldier sentenced to death for killing two fellow soldiers and injuring 14 others in an attack in Kuwait will get a hearing before a military appeals court.
25, Nov 2014 - Sheldon wants probe into Bondi's dropped corporate suits
TALLAHASSEE — The Democratic contender for Florida Attorney General is calling for civil and criminal investigations of incumbent Republican Pam Bondi in the wake of reports that she dropped corporate lawsuits and investigations after being lobbied by a well-heeled Washington, D.C., law firm.
25, Nov 2014 - Hazelton Resident Pleads Guilty To New Sex Crimes
Boise, Idaho ( KMVT-TV / KSVT-TV ) - William Clarence Brower, 51, of Hazelton, Idaho, pleaded guilty Tuesday Morning in United States District Court to two counts of transfer of obscene images to minors, and to possession of child pornography.
25, Nov 2014 - Court dismisses misconduct claim against attorney
A sharply divided Maryland Court of Appeals has dismissed Attorney Grievance Commission claims that a lawyer violated ethics rules by handing his business card to a woman filling out a protective order against her estranged husband and then trying to begin a romantic relationship with her.
25, Nov 2014 - Jail phone calls offer valuable weapon in Indiana - sometimes
Inmates are warned that their phone calls are monitored and recorded. But is anyone really listening? An Eyewitness News investigation finds some inmates use jail phones and a lax state law to intimidate their victims, resulting in a virtual "get out of jail free" card.
25, Nov 2014 - Penn basketball to get first test vs. Delaware State
After an offseason of turmoil, change and speculation, there’s nothing more that Penn basketball would like to do than to just get on the court and play.
25, Nov 2014 - Longtime Pasco judge Stanley Mills reflects before retirement
In his career, Stanley Mills has enjoyed the competition within the core of justice.
25, Nov 2014 - Twin charged with sex abuse ordered back to jail
A Madison County man accused of sexually abusing two teenagers has been ordered back to jail for 30 days.
25, Nov 2014 - Former New York lawmaker faces sex harassment suits
By Daniel Wiessner ALBANY N.Y.(Reuters) - Six women who worked for a former New York state lawmaker are suing him and the state for millions of dollars, claiming they were victims of pervasive sexual harassment, the latest in a spate of such claims against legislators. The women filed their suits Thursday in state court against Dennis Gabryszak, saying they were subjected to groping, sexual ...
25, Nov 2014 - Two Southwest AR Men Sentenced to 19 Years for Drug Charges, Firearm Possession
Delrae McKenzy Smith, age 33, of Ashdown, was sentenced to 115 months in prison and three years of supervised release. Phil Stuard, Jr. age, 31, of Hope, was sentenced to 121 months in prison and six years of supervised release.
25, Nov 2014 - 'Hoarders' psychologist testifies at murder trial
SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — A psychologist who stars on a reality TV show testified at a murder trial that a California man accused of killing an animal control officer had a hoarding disorder and could have reacted violently to anyone trying to take away his many animals.
25, Nov 2014 - Voters get say on opting out of jury trial
CHARLOTTE — A proposed constitutional amendment that would give criminal defendants in North Carolina another option to a jury trial has drawn little attention.
25, Nov 2014 - Appeal denied in ex-Texas Tech coach's lawsuit
LUBBOCK, Texas (AP) -- A Texas court has denied an appeal by ex-Texas Tech football coach Mike Leach in a lawsuit over his firing.
25, Nov 2014 - Utah Looks to Old Execution Method: Death by Firing Squad
State legislature may mandate firing squads if lethal injection drugs aren't available
25, Nov 2014 - Florida Woman In 'Stand Your Ground' Case Accepts Plea Deal
Marissa Alexander had been sentenced to 20 years in prison for firing what she said was a warning shot at her husband and his two children in 2010. Under the plea deal, she would serve 65 more days.
25, Nov 2014 - Black jurors who convicted Cincy judge change minds
Tracie Hunter looks back at her supporters during opening statements in her corruption trial. / The Enquirer/Leigh Taylor Now, the three blacks on Hunter's jury of 12 have filed sworn statements noting that while they originally found Hunter guilty on one of the nine felonies charged against her, that isn't their verdict.
25, Nov 2014 - Martinsburg exotic dancer sues to get minimum wage
An exotic dancer has sued a Martinsburg gentleman's club for wages not paid and fees withheld.
25, Nov 2014 - Prosecutors agree to separate John Swallow, Mark Shurtleff cases
Prosecutors have agreed to separate the criminal cases of former Utah Attorneys General John Swallow and Mark Shurtleff.
25, Nov 2014 - Norfolk, NE man accused of using meth near his four-year-old child is sentenced to prison
44-year-old Troy Hoffie pleaded guilty to misdemeanor negligent child abuse after prosecutors lowered the charge from a felony.
25, Nov 2014 - Hattiesburg councilmen sue Mayor Johnny DuPree seeking nominations for top jobs
Johnny DuPree  HATTIESBURG, Mississippi -- Two Hattiesburg city councilmen are asking a judge to order Mayor Johnny DuPree to submit nominations for department heads for confirmation. Councilmen Kim Bradley and Carter Carroll filed a complaint Thursday in Forrest County Circuit...
25, Nov 2014 - Neal Brady: candidate for District Judge
HILLSDALE — Neal Brady has been a public servant in Hillsdale County for 18 years, serving as prosecuting Attorney. He also worked as an assistant prosecutor in Jackson County before coming to Hillsdale in 1994, starting as an assistant prosecutor.
25, Nov 2014 - Judge puts brakes on EPA’s action against Alaska’s Pebble Mine
A federal judge has issued a preliminary injunction blocking the Environmental Protection Agency from taking action against a massive Alaska mining project that the agency says could be catastrophic for… Click to Continue »
25, Nov 2014 - Webster may get new trial
FAIRFIELD — Jefferson County Attorney Tim Dille said the decision regarding a new trial for Tyler Webster, who was convicted in April 2013 of murdering his best friend, Buddy Frisbie, is still being reviewed. This comes after the Iowa Court of Appeals 2-1 ruling for a new trial on Thursday, citing that the original second-degree murder conviction was tainted, after discovering a juror’s friendly ...
25, Nov 2014 - 5 convicted in robbery plot that used strippers to distract victim
Three men will face life in prison when they’re sentenced in January for a fatal shooting during a botched armed robbery that involved a pair of strippers, Sacramento County prosecutors said.
25, Nov 2014 - Judge orders ex-Putnam doctor King to pay millions
By Paul J. Nyden A Putnam County judge has ordered John Anderson King, a former osteopathic surgeon on the staff of Putnam General Hospital, to pay 13 of his former patients nearly $44 million. Putnam Circuit Judge Philip Stowers ordered King, whose current place of residence is unclear, to pay those patients in damages for problems created during surgeries and treatments he performed on those ...
25, Nov 2014 - People on the move: 11/25/2014
Meyer, Unkovic & Scott announced that Katie Kenyon has joined the firm as a partner in the litigation and dispute resolution group and the employment law and benefits group. Recently, the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania appointed Ms. Kenyon as a mediator, arbitrator and early neutral evaluator for alternative dispute resolution processes.
25, Nov 2014 - Judge softens stance on woman who smoked marijuana for pain, ordering probation instead of prison
A Clearwater woman who was facing the possibility of a prison term for smoking marijuana while serving probation on a DUI conviction will instead be released today.
25, Nov 2014 - Green light for Illinois red-light camera law
Red-light cameras will stay put at intersections in Illinois after a divided state Supreme Court couldn't reach a decision on their legality in a test case focused on Chicago, according to a Thursday filing. ...
25, Nov 2014 - Judge: No release for Illinois man in terror case
CHICAGO (AP) — A federal judge says a 20-year-old American accused of trying to join al-Qaida-affiliated fighters in Syria will remain jailed pending trial.
25, Nov 2014 - Prosecutors: Man wrongly convicted of 1978 slaying
VENTURA, Calif. (AP) — A 69-year-old man who has spent 36 years behind bars for murder was wrongly convicted and could be released after a court hearing next week, prosecutors in Southern California said.
25, Nov 2014 - 3 men face prison terms for deadly botched robbery that used strippers
Three men will face life in prison when they’re sentenced in January for a fatal shooting during a botched armed robbery that involved a pair of strippers, Sacramento County prosecutors said.
25, Nov 2014 - Medicare repayments won't impact hospital services, but will hurt bottom lines
MONTPELIER -- Executives at Vermont hospitals faced with paying back hundreds of thousands of dollars, and in some cases millions, to Medicare say the repayments weaken their financial positions, but won't have a direct impact on patient services.
25, Nov 2014 - 6th Aryan gang associate charged in suspected slaying
Fort Worth police confirm that all six suspects jailed in connection with the case are either members or known associates of the white supremacist gang.
25, Nov 2014 - No Mercy
When Election Day came and went the first week of November, a blip of news on television screens in Arkansas had deep consequences for a man sitting in a prison cell in Gunnison.
25, Nov 2014 - Judge declares mistrial in case of Texas plastic surgeon accused in murder-for-hire plot
A judge on Wednesday declared a mistrial in the case of a Texas plastic surgeon accused in a murder-for-hire plot to kill a pathologist who was dating his ex-girlfriend.
25, Nov 2014 - Bar association scolds judge for campaign ad
The Ohio State Bar Association scolded Cuyahoga County Common Pleas Court Judge John O’Donnell, saying his campaign ad for state supreme court over steps the line when says his opponent is “in the pocket of big utilities.” O’Donnell, a Democrat, is challenging Ohio Supreme Court Justice Judith French, a Republican appointed to the high court by Gov. John Kasich in January 2013. A committee of ...
25, Nov 2014 - 5 EYEWITNESS NEWS INVESTIGATES: Felony Gun Convictions Often End With No Prison Time
What happens to felons who are found guilty of gun crimes in Minnesota? Are they locked up for a long time? Or are they walking the streets again soon after they're sentenced? A 5 EYEWITNESS NEWS investigation has found that hundreds of criminals convicted of gun crimes never see the inside of a prison cell. It has some community members appalled...
25, Nov 2014 - Pennsylvania cities sue over law on firearm rules
PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Pennsylvania's two largest cities sued the state on Monday over a new law that was designed to let the National Rifle Association challenge local firearms ordinances in court.
25, Nov 2014 - CMPD responds to questions about cell phone tracking
The District Attorney's office insists it didn't know and didn't see the newly unsealed court orders until WBTV and our news partners at The Charlotte Observer filed a motion and got a judge to unseal the documents.
25, Nov 2014 - Gov. Rick Scott's corrections secretary, Michael Crews, resigns
Gov. Rick Scott's corrections chief, Mike Crews, told his staff Monday that he's resigning. The News Service of Florida first reported Crews' decision to quit at a time when his agency has been in turmoil as a result of widespread reports of abuse by prison guards, charges of retaliation against whistleblowers and a chronic multi-million dollar deficit.
25, Nov 2014 - Gaston Co. commissioners approve resolution against same-sex marriage
Gaston County commissioners approved a resolution against same-sex marriage Thursday night. They wanted to let people know where they stand on the issue, even though the resolution carries no legal weight. RELATED STORIES: State asks to stay order allowing gay marriages Gaston Co. commissioners oppose same-sex marriage Judge lets SC same-sex marriage lawsuit proceed A look at what's next for gay ...
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