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16, Sep 2014 - S.C. Denies Review in Palmdale Voting Rights Dispute
The California Supreme Court has left standing a Court of Appeal ruling that the California Voting Rights Act applies to charter cities.
16, Sep 2014 - Missoula man will be re-sentenced for DUI
HELENA, Mont. (AP) — The Montana Supreme Court has ruled a Missoula man should be re-sentenced for aggravated DUI and felony criminal endangerment because the judge did not follow the sentence recomme
16, Sep 2014 - Temporary restraining order filed against Lake County over Measure N marijuana rules
LAKE COUNTY, Calif. – A group of medical marijuana patients has served a temporary restraining order against the county of Lake in an effort to stop enforcement of Measure N, the county rules for medical marijuana cultivation voters passed in June. The complaint was filed in federal court on Friday by a number of named and unnamed plaintiffs who are seeking a preliminary injunction. The ...
16, Sep 2014 - Man Found Guilty Of Raping, Marrying Daughter
The Arkansas Supreme Court ruled Thursday that a northeast Arkansas man was rightfully convicted of raping his own daughter, whom he later married.
16, Sep 2014 - Murder Trial Delayed Again for Casey Frederiksen
HAMILTON COUNTY, Iowa — The trial of a northern Iowa man accused of killing a little girl has been postponed. Casey Frederiksen is charged with first degree murder in the June 2005 death of Evelyn Miller. The five-year-old disappeared from the Floyd apartment where she lived and her body was found five days later along the Cedar River. An autopsy showed Evelyn died from sharp force injuries to ...
16, Sep 2014 - US woman avoids deportation after leaf-pile deaths
PORTLAND, Oregon (AP) An immigration judge has dismissed the case against a 19-year-old Oregon woman who faced possible deportation to Mexico after she drove an SUV into a leaf pile, accidentally killing two young girls playing in...
16, Sep 2014 - Hartline Dacus Barger Dreyer LLP Successfully Defends Trucking Company Accused of Hit and Run
Hartline Dacus Barger Dreyer LLP attorney Edward A. Davis secured a verdict for a major trucking company in a jury trial alleging a hit and run accident in Alvarado, Texas. (PRWeb August 18, 2014) Read the full story at
16, Sep 2014 - Cuyahoga County Board of Elections gears up for early voting after district court restores Ohio Rep
The Cuyahoga County Board of Elections is preparing to open its doors to voters Sept. 30, after a federal judge restored early voting hours last week.
16, Sep 2014 - Pierce Co. teen sentenced to lengthy prison term for sexually assaulting girl
A western Wisconsin teenager convicted of luring a former classmate to a park and sexually assaulting her was sentenced Monday to 20 years in prison.
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A Georgia death row inmate on Friday filed a new challenge to the state's requirement for defendants to prove intellectual disability beyond a reasonable doubt to be spared execution on those grounds.
16, Sep 2014 - Two more prison guards suspended in new inmate abuse case
As Florida corrections secretary Mike Crews declared a zero tolerance policy on abuse of inmates, two more correctional officers have been suspended following a new allegation of inmate abuse at a North Florida prison.
16, Sep 2014 - Jury picked, trial in beating death of autistic half-brother begins Tuesday
It will be up to a jury of nine men and six women -- 12 who will decide and three alternates -- whether abuse that Jeffrey Vogelsberg allegedly heaped upon Matthew Graville caused his death.
16, Sep 2014 - SJC: Tesla can sell cars directly to Massachusetts buyers
The state’s highest court yesterday handed Tesla Motors a victory, ruling that car dealers don’t have standing to sue the electric-car manufacturer for selling directly to customers at its Natick store. The ruling upheld a lower court’s decision to dismiss a lawsuit brought by the Massachusetts State Automobile Dealers Association and some individual dealers, who had argued that Tesla was trying ...
16, Sep 2014 - Glenside lawyer receives Excellence in Elder Law Award
Surrounded by 400 of his peers during the 17th Annual Elder Law Institute in Philadelphia July 24, Attorney Robert Gerhard, of Upper Dublin, said he was stunned when his name was called to receive the 2014 Excellence in Elder Law Award from the Pennsylvania Bar Association Elder Law Section.
16, Sep 2014 - Port Orange man heads to prison after fourth DUI
A Port Orange man will spend the next four years in prison and forfeit his driver's license for life after being convicted of his fourth DUI in eight years.
16, Sep 2014 - Alleged contract killer answers to murder charges in Tulare County
Investigators in the South Valley say a nationwide contract killer is back in the Tulare County Jail. Only this time, Jose Manuel Martinez is in jail for nine murder counts.
16, Sep 2014 - Sharonville abortion clinic will not appeal ruling
The Lebanon Road Surgery Center, also known as Women's Med, will not appeal Hamilton County Common Pleas Court Judge Jerome Metz Jr’s ruling on their case, according to clinic's attorney.
16, Sep 2014 - Judge removes Penn St. trustees from NCAA lawsuit - Quincy Herald-Whig | Illinois & Missouri News,
HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) - A Pennsylvania judge on Thursday removed three Penn State trustees as well as some university faculty and former Nittany Lions players from a lawsuit by Joe Paterno's estate against the school and the NCAA.
16, Sep 2014 - ETX man pleads guilty to wire mail fraud in famous 'drowned Bugatti' case
A 39-year-old Lufkin man has pleaded guilty to federal violations in the Eastern District of Texas, announced U.S. Attorney John M. Bales Tuesday. Promote to Mobile Breaking News read more
16, Sep 2014 - COMMENTARY: Life sentence for buying marijuana?
Clearly something is broken when a Missouri man named Jeff Mizanskey can be sentenced to die in prison for purchasing seven pounds of marijuana. 
16, Sep 2014 - Three men sentenced for W&J student’s killing
Denise McNerney agonized for the past year over whether she could bring herself to forgive the three men who robbed and killed her son, a standout Washington & Jefferson College football player, nearly two years ago as he walked home to campus with a friend in Washington.
16, Sep 2014 - Cops and Courts: Sept. 6, 2014: Escaped Ben Lomond inmate arrested in Monterey
A 56-year-old minimum security inmate who escaped in a pickup from a Ben Lomond Conservation Camp was caught by Monterey police Thursday night, state prison officials said.
16, Sep 2014 - Tracie Hunter trial resumes Monday with more witnesses
The second week of the trial of suspended Hamilton County Juvenile Court Judge Tracie Hunter continues Monday with more witness questioning.
16, Sep 2014 - Perry: To deter grousing, state won't pay lawyers - Quincy Herald-Whig | Illinois & Missouri Ne
MIDLAND, Texas (AP) - Indicted Texas Gov. Rick Perry said Tuesday that he believes taxpayers should have picked up his legal tab but opted to use campaign funds "to keep from having folks grouse about it."
16, Sep 2014 - Jail Won’t Hold Immigrants Without Probable Cause
ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) — Gov. Martin O’Malley has directed a state-run jail in Baltimore to comply with federal requests to hold immigrants beyond their release date only if there is probable cause that a crime […]
16, Sep 2014 - Federal appeals court sets rules for public corruption cases
A federal appeals court on Monday set two precedents in ruling on the appeal of a former Washington County police chief who sought to get ...
16, Sep 2014 - Fed judge rejects Ohio campaign statements law
CINCINNATI – A federal judge on Friday struck down Ohio's law barring people from knowingly or recklessly making false statements about candidates in a case that the U.S. Supreme Court said needed to be heard.
16, Sep 2014 - Sutter makes a deft maneuver
Here's a good way to tick off a judge: Turn a trial into a political circus and use it to advance an agenda that you couldn't sell to a legislature.
16, Sep 2014 - Oregon Teen Blue Kalmbach Gets 11 Years For Carving Swastika In Friend's Forehead
Oregon Teen Blue Kalmbach Gets 11 Years For Carving Swastika In Friend's Forehead Teen Carves Swastika In Friend's Forehead, Gets 11 Years In Jail Teens Torture Their Friend, Carve Swastika Into His Forehead Oregon Teen Blue Kalmbach Gets 11 Years For Carving Swastika In Friend's Forehead Headlines Nation Weird News Has Been Optimized An Oregon teenager who carved a swastika into a friend’s ...
16, Sep 2014 - Former Illini football star charged with murder
Curtis D. Lovelace, an All-Big Ten center at Illinois who later became an Adams County assistant state’s attorney, was formally charged Thursday with first-degree murder in the death of his wife. QUINCY — Curtis D. Lovelace, an All-Big Ten center at Illinois who later became an Adams County assistant state’s attorney, was formally charged Thursday with first-degree murder in the death of his ...
Supreme Court issued a landmark ruling in an aptly named case called Loving v. Virginia. The court struck down laws that banned interracial marriage so that Richard and Mildred Loving could live together as husband and wife without the harassment of Virginia authorities. While they've moved away from any prohibitions on interracial marriage, they cling to old prejudices against marriages of gay ...
16, Sep 2014 - Woman admits to stolen property, drugs
BRATTLEBORO -- A former Springfield, Mass., woman will serve six months in prison after admitting her role in two Brattleboro incidents -- a heroin bust in March and thefts from numerous cars in October.
16, Sep 2014 - Continuant Awarded Prejudgment Interest in Landmark Court Ruling
In a landmark court ruling, a New Jersey federal court today awarded $2.6 million in prejudgment interest to Washington State-based independent voice and data maintenance and managed services provider, ...
16, Sep 2014 - Plancher attorneys argue appeal court made flawed decision
Attorneys representing the family of former UCF football player Ereck Plancher argued a lower court decision was deeply flawed, according to a brief filed Monday with the Florida Supreme Court.
16, Sep 2014 - Phamaceutical millionaire accused of killing autistic son stands trial
NEW YORK (CNN) — Gigi Jordan showed no emotion as a New York prosecutor described to a jury a “chilling and horrifying scenario” in which the businesswoman who made a fortune in pharmaceuticals allegedly concocted a lethal cocktail of painkillers and anti-inflammatories and forced her 8-year-old autistic son to swallow it. “Two fresh bruises on […]
16, Sep 2014 - New Mexico sheriff hit with new indictment
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — A northern New Mexico sheriff is facing a new federal indictment connected to an off-duty traffic stop that authorities say left a motorist injured, according to court papers made public Wednesday.
16, Sep 2014 - Quinn: Monitor not needed oversee state hiring
Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn, in a filing late Monday in federal court, contends a court appointed monitor is not necessary to ensure compliance with political hiring bans and suggested by an anti-patronage attorney.
16, Sep 2014 - Lawsuit brings unintended consequence to deer cull
Last year, a total of 30 deer that had wandered onto Half Hollow Nurseries in Laurel were shot and killed. The shootings were all legal, allowed by off-season nuisance permits issued by the state. This year, not a single deer has been killed there during the off-season, said general manager Karl Novak. The same goes […]
16, Sep 2014 - Voter ID Law reinstated, and now, election officials scrambling ahead of the November 4th election
MADISON (WITI) — Wisconsin’s Voter ID Law was reinstated by a federal court late last week, and now, local election officials are scrambling to figure things out just 50 days before voters head to the polls. A three-judge panel with the federal appeals court in Chicago essentially reinstated Wisconsin’s Voter ID Law, saying: “The State of […]
16, Sep 2014 - His murder-arson conviction overturned, man walks free 24 years later
HARRISBURG — A former New York businessman whose arson-murder conviction was overturned in the death of his daughter was freed from prison on Friday after ...
16, Sep 2014 - Colorado public defenders want children out of restraints in court
He tried to hide the tears from his mother. But the bright orange handcuffs locked his wrists together, and eventually he gave up trying to tug his T-shirt up to his face to wipe them away.
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