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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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19, Sep 2014 - Hillsborough Sheriff changes policy on immigration holds
TAMPA — The Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office will no longer jail immigrants who are being investigated for deportation, a policy change that brings the agency in line with other local sheriff's offices.
19, Sep 2014 - Volunteer Fire Chief Federally Charged with Stealing Funds
SCRANTON, LACKAWANNA COUNTY – The fire chief of a volunteer fire department in northeastern Pennsylvania has been federally charged with stealing from his department and the township. According to a release from the United States Attorney’s Office, Middle District of Pennsylvania, 51-year-old John Yuknavich of Wilkes-Barre Township, Luzerne County has been charged with stealing in excess of $5 ...
19, Sep 2014 - Attorney general candidates Horne, Brnovich face off in Arizona GOP primary Tuesday
Arizona Attorney General Tom Horne will find out Tuesday if voters think three years fighting off allegations of campaign finance violations and other negative news outweighs what he argues is a solid record of accomplishments as the state's top law enforcement official.
19, Sep 2014 - Western Illinois postal worker admits mail theft
Western Illinois postal worker admits mail theft (AP) — A western Illinois postal worker admitted in federal court Monday that mail she stole while working included a debit card she put to use.
19, Sep 2014 - Melvin's daughter in 1st-time offender program
PITTSBURGH -- The daughter of convicted former Pennsylvania Supreme Court Justice Joan Orie Melvin on Friday entered a program designed for first-time offenders on an insurance fraud charge.
19, Sep 2014 - Sex offenders driving up Utah's prison population
Prison populations around the country have been in steady decline for the past 10 years. In Utah, it's a different story. The number of men and women in the state's prison system has continued to rise, with the highest drivers being nonviolent crimin...
19, Sep 2014 - Jurors watch interview with witness in death of University of Alabama graduate student
Jurors watched a witness' taped testimony in the trial of a man accused of killing a University of Alabama graduate student.
19, Sep 2014 - 1 year in Bucks County prison for hit-and-run driver who injured 4
The driver who fled an accident on the Pennsylvania Turnpike that seriously injured a family of four will serve one to two years in Bucks County prison.
19, Sep 2014 - House condemns Obama for prisoner swap - Quincy Herald-Whig | Illinois & Missouri News, Sports
WASHINGTON (AP) - The Republican-controlled House voted Tuesday to condemn President Barack Obama for failing to give 30-day notice to Congress about the exchange in May of American prisoner Bowe Bergdahl for five Taliban leaders held at the U.S. prison at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.
19, Sep 2014 - Federal challenge to John Doe probe could end in Chicago
A Chicago appeals court could be the end of the line for a federal challenge of the John Doe investigation into Gov. Scott Walker and his campaign, according to attorneys familiar with the case.
19, Sep 2014 - Crestwood resolves state’s lawsuit over use of tainted water
The Illinois attorney general’s lawsuit against Crestwood over the use of polluted well water is “history” Mayor Lou Presta declared Thursday after village trustees approved an out-of-court settlement in the case. The village will pay $50,000 — Presta said a check will be delivered Friday — but won’t to admit to any wrongdoing. Had the suit gone to trial, Crestwood faced the possibility of fines ...
19, Sep 2014 - Alabama federal judge charged with wife-beating to seek treatment
(Reuters) - An Alabama federal district court judge charged with beating his wife has sought counseling and plans to enter a residential treatment program in the coming days, his attorney said Wednesday. District Court Judge Mark Fuller, 55, was arrested earlier this month and charged with a misdemeanor count of battery after his wife called police from an Atlanta hotel room to say he had hit ...
19, Sep 2014 - Japanese Americans recount their experiences at WWII farm camp in Nyssa
ONTARIO, Ore. — When Idaho Gov. Chase Clark declared in a speech in Grangeville in May 1942 that Japanese "live like rats and act like rats," it sent shudders through imprisoned Japanese American citizens asked to volunteer for a farm labor camp being organized just across the Snake River in Nyssa, Ore.
19, Sep 2014 - Privacy groups take 2nd hit on license plate data
A California judge's initial ruling against a tech entrepreneur seeking access to records kept secret in government databases detailing the comings and goings of millions of cars in the San Diego area via license plate...
19, Sep 2014 - Texas Gov. Rick Perry formally enters not guilty plea in abuse-of-power case (+video)
The potential 2016 presidential candidate entered his plea in a Travis County court filing. He also waived an arraignment that had been set for Friday.
19, Sep 2014 - Appeals court overturns state 'improper photo' ban
Texas' top criminal appeals court on Wednesday overturned a large part of the state law banning the taking of photos or videos in public without the consent of the subject for the purpose of sexual gratification.
19, Sep 2014 - Newsom family reacts to denial of Letalvis Cobbins appeal
Letalvis Cobbins claimed his trial was tainted by the drug use and misconduct of former Knoxville Judge Richard Baumgartner.
19, Sep 2014 - Mentally handicapped are held for years without trial
Only an accusation is needed for the state to hold a person deemed mentally incompetent.
19, Sep 2014 - 13 jurors seated in Romeo Williams trial, accused in the beating death of James Gifford
13 jurors have been seated in the trial of the man accused of beating an elderly man to death at a Syracuse convenience store last year.
19, Sep 2014 - Mass. man gets 15 years in Maine court
PORTLAND (AP) — A Massachusetts man with prior assault and drug convictions has been sentenced to 15 years in prison after being convicted of being a felon in possession of a firearm. Prosecutors say 28-yearold Jermaine Whindleton of Worcester, Massachusetts, was also sentenced Wednesday in U.S. District Court in Portland to five years of probation. read more
19, Sep 2014 - U.S. judge re-sentences Jose Padilla to 21 years on terrorism charges
Padilla, an al Qaeda recruit and the first U.S. Federal prosecutors agreed not to seek more than 30 years in prison for Padilla as long as his lawyers did not introduce records related to alleged harsh conditions he endured during the 3-1/2 years spent in a South Carolina military prison. District Judge Marcia Cooke said on Tuesday before handing down the stiffer sentence.
19, Sep 2014 - No charges in mom's truancy-linked jail death
PHILADELPHIA (AP) — A southeast Pennsylvania woman who died during a weekend jail stint over school truancy fines had complained of breathing problems and seen a prison nurse earlier that day, a state police review says.
19, Sep 2014 - Appeals court hustles to hear case challenging North Carolina's GOP-backed voting changes
RALEIGH, N.C. — A federal appeals court is hurrying to hear arguments in a case challenging changes to North Carolina voting law. The new law is considered one of the toughest in the country and critics say it will suppress minority voter turnout.
19, Sep 2014 - Robeson County man freed from Central Prison three decades after conviction
RALEIGH- One of North Carolina's longest-serving death row inmates was freed from prison today, a day after a judge overturned his conviction because of new DNA evidence in the case.
19, Sep 2014 - Ill. teacher admits making in-school bomb threat
EAST ST. LOUIS, Ill. (AP) -- A western Illinois woman faces up to five years in federal prison after pleading guilty to a felony charge that she threatened to blow up the high school where she taught special education.
19, Sep 2014 - Federal court rules on Exeter Hospital's lawsuit
CONCORD, N.H. (AP) - A federal judge in New Hampshire dismissed a lawsuit Thursday brought by Exeter Hospital against a staffing agency that had once worked with a cardiac technician who infected 32 of the hospital's patients with hepatitis C virus. U.S. District Judge Steven McAuliffe said the ...
19, Sep 2014 - Missouri court upholds teacher ballot initiative
A ballot initiative seeking to link teachers' jobs to their students' performance survived another court challenge Thursday as an appeals panel rejected an attempt to knock it off the November ballot.
19, Sep 2014 - Feds: Mexican cartel member gets 33 ¾ years
The federal prosecutor in New Orleans says a Mexican drug cartel member has been sentenced to serve 33 years and nine months in prison for getting cocaine into the U.S.
19, Sep 2014 - Court: Same-sex marriage bans in Indiana, Wisconsin unconstitutional
A federal appeals court in Chicago has upheld lower court decisions that same-sex marriage bans in Indiana and Wisconsin are unconstitutional.
19, Sep 2014 - Ohio to court: Privatizing prisons in budget legal
State lawyers tell the Ohio Supreme Court that using a budget bill to privatize state prisons didn't violate a constitutional provision holding bills to a single subject. In a brief filed Monday, Ohio ...
19, Sep 2014 - Air Force instructor convicted in sex scandal dies
The first Air Force instructor convicted of rape in a sex scandal at one of the nation's busiest military training centers has died in prison. Staff Sgt. Luis Walker died at a hospital Sunday night after being found unresponsive two days earlier in his cell at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas. Prison spokeswoman Denise Haeussler says the cause of death is being investigated. She says no further details ...
19, Sep 2014 - Indiana, Wisconsin Gay Marriage Bans Ruled Invalid
Yesterday’s unanimous opinion is one in a wave of victories for gay couples since the Supreme Court struck down part of the 1996 Defense of Marriage Act limiting federal recognition to heterosexual couples.
19, Sep 2014 - Court rules teacher’s age-bias case against Clark College can go to trial
An instructor’s claim that she wasn’t hired for a tenure-track teaching position at a community college in southwestern Washington because of her age can proceed to trial, the state Supreme Court ruled Thursday.
19, Sep 2014 - Mother of Charlotte man killed by CMPD stunt gun says verdict "long time coming."
For Temako McCarthy, the trip to her son's grave site Thursday afternoon took on more significance. "I know his presence was in the courtroom so I just wanted to come out, put the flowers down, and let
19, Sep 2014 - Corporate Counsel Reveals "Who Represents America's Biggest Companies" and Explores R
NEW YORK -- ALM's Corporate Counsel, the nation's leading source of news and information for general counsel and in-house attorneys, has published its annual survey of outside counsel to the Fortune 500 ...
19, Sep 2014 - Michael Jackson Hologram Lawsuit: Judge Dismisses False Advertising Claim Against Alki David
The fighting over who owns rights to resurrect deceased artists like Michael Jackson and Marilyn Monroe through holographic-like projection...
19, Sep 2014 - Cardiomyopathy (Heart Muscle Disease) Therapeutics Clinical Trials Market 2014 Analysis in a New Re adds “Cardiomyopathy Global Clinical Trials Review, H2, 2014” to its store. It includes an overview of the trial numbers and their recruitment status as per the site of trial conduction across the globe. (PRWeb August 23, 2014) Read the full story at
19, Sep 2014 - Quinn ad touts closing state prisons
SPRINGFIELD — Two years after drawing the ire of downstate voters with his plan to shutter prisons and other state facilities, Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn is now highlighting those closures in a new television ad.
19, Sep 2014 - Sex, lies & crime: Wife slams radio host in suit
After a court hearing loaded with allegations of violence and lies, a jailed local radio host was ordered to stay away from his wife and children.
19, Sep 2014 - Dickinson Wright Attorney Edward Perdue Elected Central Regional Director for DRI
Dickinson Wright PLLC is pleased to announce that Attorney Edward P. Perdue has been elected Central Regional Director for the Defense Research Institute ("DRI"). (PRWeb August 25, 2014) Read the full story at
19, Sep 2014 - Warnken: Ready to take Maryland DNA case to Supreme Court
Supreme Court may get case asking if people who voluntarily submit to police questioning surrender their claim to the sweat they leave behind on a chair.
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