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Spelling bee kids battle into the night
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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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01, Sep 2014 - Evidence shown to jury during Pedro Bravo murder trial
A belt, blood stains and a broken windshield are all pieces of evidence that prosecutors in Alachua County are using to prove their theory of a violent, premeditated murder. Pedro Bravo, 20, is accused of killing University of Florida freshman Christian Aguilar because of his obsession with a woman. Erika Friman once dated Bravo while in high school at Doral Academy, but she ended the ...
01, Sep 2014 - Nashville-based private prison company pays $8 million in back wages
LOS ANGELES — The nation's largest private prison company, Corrections Corp. of America, has paid more than $8 million in back wages and benefits to current and former employees guarding federal inmates at a prison in California City, officials with the U.S. Department of Labor said Tuesday.
01, Sep 2014 - Rodella warrants unsealed, FBI searched for badges and revolver
A New Mexico District Court judge unsealed search warrants and affidavits related to the federal indictment and subsequent federal search warrant that was served at Rio Arriba Co. Sheriff Tommy Rodella's house.
01, Sep 2014 - First-degree felony charges dropped in Texas pot brownies case
GEORGETOWN, Texas (KXAN) — The Williamson County District Attorney’s Office on Tuesday dropped the first-degree felony charge against a Roun…
01, Sep 2014 - When food kills: Peanut butter case
It was in a bland, windowless third-floor courtroom here that Jeff Almer first locked eyes with the man he holds responsible for his mother's death.
01, Sep 2014 - Agency: Pentagon broke law in Bergdahl prisoner swap
The Pentagon broke federal law by exchanging five Taliban detainees for Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl without giving Congress the appropriate notice, Congress' independent investigative arm announced Thursday.
01, Sep 2014 - 11 Killed as Militants Attack Prison in Somalia
At least 11 people are dead after Somali security forces repelled an attack on a prison housing al-Shabab militants in Mogadishu. Al-Shabab has claimed responsibility for the attack Sunday that targeted a prison run by Somalia's National Intelligence and Security Agency. Gunmen stormed the facility after a car bomb exploded outside the main prison gate. Witnesses tell VOA's Somali Service that ...
01, Sep 2014 - Reward Offered For Information On Dublin Identity Theft
A cash reward is being offered by Crime Stoppers to anyone who helps bring an arrest in an identity theft out of Dublin.
01, Sep 2014 - Hernandez cousin pleads guilty to contempt charge - Quincy Herald-Whig | Illinois & Missouri News,
FALL RIVER, Mass. (AP) - A cousin of ex-New England Patriots player Aaron Hernandez was spared jail time only because of her advanced cancer, a judge said Tuesday in sentencing her to two years of probation.
01, Sep 2014 - 12 OYS: System lets victims know about inmate's status
A woman is still in the hospital after deputies said her husband poured gasoline on her, and set her on fire. Her husband Ronnie Lee Jones is back in jail on that aggravated assault charge. He had been released just hours before the incident happened early Friday morning. But there is technology that can alert victims when suspects are released from jail.
01, Sep 2014 - Utah man found guilty of killing acquaintance
Following a week-long trial, a Uintah County man was convicted by a jury Friday of murdering an acquaintance last year. Jesse Anthony Saenz, 24, was charged in 8th District Court with murder, a first-degree felony, for the April 2013 shooting death ...
01, Sep 2014 - Jindal sues Obama administration over Common Core
Gov. Bobby Jindal filed a lawsuit in federal court Wednesday morning against President Barack Obama's administration over the Common Core education standards.
01, Sep 2014 - Commissioners formalize JP's planned retirement
After being assured by County Attorney Jim Tirey that Precinct 1 Justice of the Peace Kaye Phillips could retire whether they like it or not, Hale County commissioners on Monday “reluctantly” agreed t
01, Sep 2014 - King of Prussia contractor, Norristown inspector charged in PennDOT corruption probe
BRIDGEPORT — A statewide grand jury recommended Thursday that charges be brought against a contractor and a consultant for corruption and related offences that allegedly defrauded PennDOT of more than $3.6 million, according to an announcement released by the attorney general’s office.
01, Sep 2014 - Two enter guilty pleas for tattooing smiley face, expletive on arm of girl, 12
Two Centerville area residents face sentencing this fall in Crawford County Court of Common Pleas for tattooing a 12-year-old girl in May.
01, Sep 2014 - Lawsuit filed over killing fields murders
An ongoing cold case will make its way to civil court.
01, Sep 2014 - Ex-Insurance Agent Makes Plea In Kansas Case
WICHITA, Kan. (AP) -- A former Wichita insurance agent accused of defrauding policyholders has struck a deal with prosecutors for a 42-month prison sentence.
01, Sep 2014 - Union chief mobilizes nurses to fight hospitals
New York's biggest nurses union last week won a round in its fight to protect jobs at failing hospitals when a court temporarily stopped the state from transferring emergency services at Long Island... To view the full story, click the title link.
01, Sep 2014 - Man Accused Of Maiming Mountain Lions For Easier Hunts Pleads Guilty
They were once a group that guides clients on mountain lion hunts, but now two men have pleaded guilty to federal wildlife crimes.
01, Sep 2014 - Psychologist Accused Of ‘Touching Therapy’ Abuse
A central Pennsylvania psychologist has been jailed on charges that "touching therapy" he used on two female patients really amounted to sexual abuse, for which he fraudulently billed insurance companies more than $71,000.
01, Sep 2014 - Pa. man convicted in botched parking lot robbery
An eastern Pennsylvania man faces life in prison without parole following his conviction in the murder of a man shot twice during a botched robbery in a parking lot last fall.
01, Sep 2014 - Former prosecutor now facing federal sex charges - KSFY News - Sioux Falls, SD News, Weather, Sport
PIERRE, S.D. (AP) - A former South Dakota county prosecutor accused of raping a boy has now been charged in federal court. Former Walworth County State's Attorney Christopher Jansen was charged earlier in state court with three counts of rape involving a child younger than 13 in Hughes County.
01, Sep 2014 - Missouri gay marriage ban challenge moves to federal court
A federal judge will hear a lawsuit challenging Missouri's ban on gay marriage after state Attorney General Chris Koster intervened in the case and moved it out of state court.
01, Sep 2014 - FDA Issues Injunction Against BioAnue Laboratories
A federal court order demands that BioAnue Laboratories of Rochelle, Georgia stops illegally marketing its products as treatments for disease, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced on its website. The court order, which was signed on July 23, … Continue reading →
01, Sep 2014 - Appeals court upholds conviction, sentence in Owensboro Amber Alert case
A federal appeals court has upheld the conviction and prison sentence of a 47-year-old Maine resident for transporting a 13-year-old Owensboro, Kentucky girl across state lines to engage in sexual activity.
01, Sep 2014 - Russian Brooklyn Bridge Climber Could Get Sponge, Not Bars, as Punishment
A Russian tourist who was arrested after climbing New York's Brooklyn Bridge to take a selfie should be made to clean the iconic structure as part of his punishment, a U.S. judge has said.
01, Sep 2014 - Tennessee pain clinic co-owner sentenced to 39 years
KNOXVILLE — A 63-year-old Maryville woman has been sentenced to serve more than 39 years in prison for drug and money laundering offenses connected with the Breakthrough Pain Therapy Center, which she co-owned with her husband.
01, Sep 2014 - Louisiana district judge hears motions on lawsuit over Common Core
The politically-heated dispute over Louisiana's use of the Common Core education standards made its way to a state district courtroom Tuesday for its first hearing before a judge.
01, Sep 2014 - Marathon bombing suspect's lawyers seek dismissal
Lawyers for Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev (joh-HAHR' tsahr-NEYE'-ehv) are asking a judge to dismiss indictments and put proceedings in the case on hold over concerns about the jury selection process in federal court.
01, Sep 2014 - The San Francisco Employment Law Attorneys at Blumenthal Nordrehaug & Bhowmik File a Class Action A
A lawsuit was filed against the package shipping giant by a former Pick Up & Delivery Coordinator asserting he was denied overtime pay for long work days (PRWeb August 12, 2014) Read the full story at
01, Sep 2014 - Man freed on bail in Pennsylvania murder case after 25 years
By David DeKok HARRISBURG Pa. (Reuters) - A man whose murder conviction was quashed this summer was granted bail by a federal magistrate on Friday after nearly 25 years in a Pennsylvania prison on charges he had set a fire that killed his daughter at a Korean religious retreat. Han Tak Lee, 79, a businessman from Queens, New York, was convicted of arson and murder after his 20-year-old, mentally ...
01, Sep 2014 - California terror suspect undergoing mental tests
A California man accused of trying to travel overseas to join an Islamic terrorist group to fight in Syria and Iraq is undergoing continued mental testing as prosecutors and his defense lawyers seek a resolution to his case.
01, Sep 2014 - Pa. appellate court frowns on sentencing laws
HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — Pennsylvania appellate court judges have added their voice to lower court decisions saying that certain state mandatory minimum sentencing laws are unconstitutional under a U.S. Supreme Court case decided last year.
01, Sep 2014 - Federal judge orders Ohio to postpone scheduled executions
Judge Frost is considering legal challenges to Ohio’s execution methods
01, 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.
01, Sep 2014 - Solon man pleads guilty in Regina steroid hoax
IOWA CITY — The Solon man behind the Regina steroid hoax has pleaded guilty to harassment and interference with official acts. According to court documents, on Thursday, 44-year-old Daniel L....
01, Sep 2014 - Chacon case could move to fed system
Judge Dennis Foust imposed a 10-year prison sentence Monday for a Georgia man in Calloway Circuit Court.
01, Sep 2014 - Airline seat reclining sparks another skirmish
(CNN) -- Inching into another passenger's knee space has some fliers itching for a fight.In the second serious airline legroom argument reported this week, a reportedly irate passenger caused a flight from Miami to Paris to divert to Boston on Wednesday.Paris resident Edmund Alexandre, 60, was charged in U.S. federal court Thursday with interfering with an airline flight crew. Interfering with ...
01, Sep 2014 - Detroit’s bankruptcy heads to court for crucial hearing
DETROIT — Detroit’s bankruptcy will culminate in a high-stakes court battle starting Tuesday that will determine the fate of the city’s plan, which would pay pensioners more than financial creditors, preserve the Detroit Institute of Arts and slash more than $7 billion in debt while reinvesting in services.
01, Sep 2014 - Kids With Jailed Family Member at Greater Risk for Poor Health as Adults
New research has found that people who grew up in a household where a member was incarcerated have an 18 percent greater risk of experiencing poor health as adults. The study, from researchers at Brown University, suggests that the nation’s high rate of imprisonment could be contributing to enduring physical and mental health difficulties in […]
01, Sep 2014 - Indiana told to honor other states’ gay marriages
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — A federal judge ruled Tuesday that Indiana must recognize same-sex marriages performed in other states, but says the ruling doesn’t take effect until the 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals rules on the issue.
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