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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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24, Oct 2014 - District attorney candidates spar over budget, qualifications
Editor’s note: Andrea Reeb is an 18-year prosecutor appointed district attorney when Matt Chandler resigned March 1. Jennifer Burrill is a criminal defense attorney and a former prosecutor in the 9th Judicial District Attorney’s office.
24, Oct 2014 - Juvenile detention camp therapist pleads not guilty to molesting teen
A former therapist at a juvenile detention camp pleaded not guilty to sexually assaulting a 16-year-old patient, the Los Angeles County district attorney's office announced.
24, Oct 2014 - Clark County can't get land to build new prison
The time has run out for Clark County, as officials found out, they can longer throw their name in the ring for our state's next prison location. The deadline to apply is tomorrow, but they couldn't secure the land.
24, Oct 2014 - Trial set for wrongful death lawsuit against Jackson County, second one dismissed
Mary Lee Austin, left, and John Morris Lee III (Warren Kulo / gulflive.com)  PASCAGOULA, Mississippi -- A jury trial has been scheduled in U.S. District Court in Gulfport for Nov. 30, 2015, in a wrongful death lawsuit brought by the...
24, Oct 2014 - Just Weeks Before Elections, Fed Judges Reinstate Texas's Harsh Voter ID Law
Just a few weeks before the November elections, a federal appeals court on Tuesday temporarily reinstated Texas's harsh voter ID law, despite warnings—including from the Department of Justice—that it suppresses people of color, the poor, the young, and the elderly from casting their ballots.
24, Oct 2014 - Mother of bus accident victim appeals dismissal of wrongful death lawsuit
The Kansas woman who sued the Roaring Fork Transportation Authority after her daughter was struck and killed by a bus is taking the dismissal of her lawsuit to the Colorado Court of Appeals. read more
24, Oct 2014 - Open letter to the residents of Bennington County
I am a candidate for Bennington County State’s Attorney. Typically, State’s Attorney races go unnoticed. Usually the person holding the position goes unchallenged. The problem being, however, State’s Attorneys possess a great deal of power. A State’s Attorney is the county’s chief law enforcement official and sets the mood in the county’s law enforcement
24, Oct 2014 - The Ferrante trial: Inside the cyanide poisoning case
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24, Oct 2014 - Man pleads not guilty in storage unit theft ring
A man charged in connection with a Gallatin Valley storage unit theft ring pleaded not guilty in District Court Monday.
24, Oct 2014 - Bail for woman found living with dead babies set for $1M
A Massachusetts judge on Tuesday ordered a 31-year-old woman found living last month with the bodies of three dead infants in a rodent-infested house held on $1 million cash bail.
24, Oct 2014 - Supreme Court Blocks Abortion Rules That Closed Most Texas Clinics
The Fifth Circuit court had ruled that the laws, requiring admitting privileges and pricy upgrades, could go into effect as it considered the case. The Supreme Court decided otherwise late Tuesday.
24, Oct 2014 - Senate confirms 3 for Oahu, Hawaii bench
The state Senate has confirmed the appointments of three judges.
24, Oct 2014 - NY businesswoman admits at trial purposely killing autistic son
NEW YORK (CNN) – Former pharmaceutical executive Gigi Jordan testified that she knowingly gave a lethal concoction of drugs to her 8-year-old autistic son. Fighting back tears as she took the stand for the first time in her second-degree murder trial, Jordan said Wednesday that she knowingly gave herself and her son, Jude Mirra, enough […]
24, Oct 2014 - Man sentenced for pushing woman out Chicago window
A South Dakota man has been sentenced to 27 years in prison for pushing a woman out of a third-story window in Chicago and killing her. The Chicago Sun-Times reports 31-year-old Daniel Neasom was sentenced Thursday in Cook County court for the death of 39-year-old Cynthia Barnes.
24, Oct 2014 - AFP launches ads against Montana Supreme Court candidate Wheat
HELENA – A conservative political group launched TV and radio ads attacking Supreme Court Justice Mike Wheat on Thursday, becoming the fourth outside group spending to influence the outcome of the campaign between Wheat and his challenger, former state solicitor Lawrence VanDyke.
24, Oct 2014 - Clearwater Law Firm of Carlson, Meissner, Hart & Hayslett Recognizes Ten-Year Anniversary of Tanzan
Attorneys proud to sponsor a child at a school boasting a high rate of graduation success (PRWeb October 24, 2014) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2014/10/prweb12245497.htm
24, Oct 2014 - TexDigest: Reprieve for Texas prisoner facing execution
HUNTSVILLEReprieve for Texas prisoner facing executionThe state’s highest criminal appeals court has blocked the scheduled execution this week of a 40-year-old man convicted of fatally shooting a 5-year-old boy sleeping with his mother at a Corpus Christi apartment 20 years ago.
24, Oct 2014 - Mexico’s 23-Year-Old Gulf Cartel Leader Captured In Texas, DEA Says
Officials from the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration said they captured a top leader of one of Mexico’s most violent drug cartels. The 23-year-old cartel boss was arrested while shopping in Texas, and made his first court appearance this week, U.S. officials said.
24, Oct 2014 - Judge ready to stop developers from using Rocky Top name for merchandise, commerce
NASHVILLE, Tenn. — An East Tennessee judge has said he is ready to stop developers in the newly minted town of Rocky Top, Tennessee, from using the Rocky Top name on merchandise — at least temporarily.
24, Oct 2014 - Rengan Rajaratnam, SEC to settle civil insider trading charge
Rengan Rajaratnam, who was cleared of criminal insider trading charges following the conviction of his older brother, Galleon Group founder Raj Rajaratnam, has agreed to pay more than $841,000 (524,706.76 pounds) to resolve civil claims by the U.S. The settlement was filed on Thursday by the SEC in New York federal court, three months after a federal jury in Manhattan acquitted Rengan Rajaratnam ...
24, Oct 2014 - Dozens Charged in Arkansas Oxycodone Conspiracy
Federal Court officials roundup 33 defendants.
24, Oct 2014 - Group: Iowa records are not trade secrets
Iowa should immediately release records connected to an alleged embezzlement case, group argues in court                
24, Oct 2014 - Tax trial for 'The Situation' set for December
NEWARK, N.J. (AP) — A judge on Thursday set a trial date in early December in the federal tax case against "Jersey Shore" star Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino and his brother.
24, Oct 2014 - Welcome to Coca-Cola Town, USA: America’s scary corporate naming problem
We now live in a world with KFC-sponsored manholes and McDonalds-issued report cards. Here's why it's killing us
24, Oct 2014 - Man arrested after reportedly sending inappropriate messages to teen
A Rutherford county man is behind bars after he is accused of approaching a 14 year old girl for sex.David Newton is charged with solicitation of sexual exploitation and solicitation of statutory rape.The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation says Newton had inappropriate conversations with the girl on Facebook.Newton surrendered at the Rutherford County Jail on Friday.2014 WSMV (Meredith ...
24, Oct 2014 - Local Business Notes: Family considers future of Shea's
The legal status of SHEA'S ROUTE 66 MUSEUM in Springfield has been resolved. The future of the landmark property has not.Bill Shea Jr. said last week it took more than five months in probate court to get the vintage gas station turned museum at 2075 Peoria Road in his name following the 2013 death of his father and the museum's namesake, Bill Shea Sr."I'm probably not going to do much until ...
24, Oct 2014 - Prosecutor backs Illinois inmate's clemency bid
The prosecutor of a man serving a 90-year prison sentence for a 1992 southwestern Illinois shooting that killed his former girlfriend and wounded her boyfriend is lobbying for the inmate's clemency bid.
24, Oct 2014 - Bitcoin operator allowed to resume some business
LEAWOOD, Kan. (AP) — A Kansas bitcoin company that was shut down after being sued by the federal government will be allowed to resume some of its business, a federal judge has ruled.
24, Oct 2014 - Brewer to court: Uphold license denials to 'dreamers'
She says 1996 Arizona law takes precedence over Obama administration's federal policy.
24, Oct 2014 - Former southern IL pastor won't go to prison for accused crime
A former southern Illinois pastor accused of sexually abusing a child will not go to prison for the alleged crime.
24, Oct 2014 - Governor calls for ' respect and kindness' in transition to new laws
SALT LAKE CITY (ABC Utah) - Supreme Court has announced it will keep out to the same-sex marriage debate for now. Governor Gary Herbert responded in a news conference Monday afternoon.
24, Oct 2014 - In Jail With Adults, but He’s Only a Fifth Grader
A 90-year-old woman died in Pennsylvania last weekend after a 10-year-old boy named Tristen Kurilla allegedly punched her and pushed a cane against her throat. He was visiting his grandfather, who was the woman’s caretaker. 
24, Oct 2014 - Court blocks part of new North Carolina voting law
RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — Parts of North Carolina's new voting law, considered one of the toughest in the nation, were set aside for next month's elections because they were likely to disenfranchise black voters, a federal appeals court panel ruled Wednesday.
24, Oct 2014 - AG: Oklahoma not ready for November execution
OKLAHOMA CITY – Oklahoma's attorney general is seeking to delay three upcoming executions, including two set for next month, saying the state needs more time to obtain drugs and train staff on new lethal injection protocols put in place after an execution went awry in April.
24, Oct 2014 - Louisiana man jailed for groping woman on flight
NEWARK, N.J. - A Louisiana man who admitted that he groped a sleeping woman aboard a cross-country flight has been sentenced to eight months in prison. Devender Singh, a 62-year-old Indian national who lives in Baton Rouge, pleaded guilty last month. Judge Stanley Chesler also sentenced Singh to two years of supervised release and ordered that he register as a sex offender. He had faced up to ...
24, Oct 2014 - October 23, 2014
WESTBROOK - Two brothers convicted of hiring 10 or more undocumented aliens at Westbrook’s Fajita Grill restaurant within a 12-month period were sentenced Monday in U.S. District Court.
24, Oct 2014 - The Reckoning For Swiss Banks Is Far From Over
Raoul Weil has gone on trial for aiding tax evasion. IN 2008 Bradley Birkenfeld, an American working for UBS, blew the whistle on the giant Swiss bank's offshore operations, which had helped thousands of rich Americans to dodge their taxes. Among the lurid details that he revealed was the use of encrypted laptops, the smuggling of diamonds in toothpaste tubes for clients, and evidence of bankers ...
24, Oct 2014 - Utah Supreme Court clears way for adoption by partners of same-sex spouses
(Reuters) - The Utah Supreme Court on Thursday lifted an order that had blocked spouses in same-sex marriages from adopting their partners' children, state officials said. The state's highest court had imposed a stay on the adoptions in May, while Utah appealed a federal ruling last year that permitted same-sex marriages for 17 days before the Supreme Court halted them pending appeal. Earlier ...
24, Oct 2014 - Supreme Court balks at last-minute voting changes to Texas voter ID law
WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court has allowed Texas to use its strict voter ID law in the November election even after a federal judge said the law was the equivalent of a poll tax and threatened to deprive many blacks and Latinos of the right to vote this year.
24, Oct 2014 - Former Walgreen CFO sues company for defamation over forecast error
Walgreen Inc's former Chief Financial Officer Wade Miquelon sued the drugstore operator on Thursday, alleging company executives defamed him in news reports that blamed him for errors in its earnings forecast. Miquelon sued Walgreen in a state court in Chicago claiming that Chief Executive Officer Gregory Wasson and director Stefano Pessina, the company's biggest shareholder, had made "false and ...
24, Oct 2014 - Court rules 911 tapes out in boy’s murder trial
Recording from 10-year-old accused of killing his father
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