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21, Aug 2014 - Death penalty Q&A: DA and former prison chief debate Oregon's ultimate punishment
Frank Thompson, a former superintendent of the Oregon State Penitentiary, and Josh Marquis, the veteran district attorney for Clatsop County, stand on opposite sides of the death penalty debate. Both started with different opinions.
21, Aug 2014 - Resident of prison-like home in Baraboo to move to another small town
A man who is being housed in a fortified facility in Baraboo will be moved 30 minutes northwest to another small town, officials said. Jeremy Felix has pleaded guilty to attempted strangulation, and Baraboo police have reported he has sent at least 10 people to the hospital. Last year he started living in that fortified Baraboo home with four workers guarding him around the clock, but officials ...
21, Aug 2014 - Doty defendant asks that trial be moved
SEBRING — One of the two principal defendants in the murder case of Aaron Doty is seeking a change of location for the trial, saying both traditional and social media publicity would make it impossible for him to get a fair trial in Highlands County.
21, Aug 2014 - State prison inmate files hundreds of lawsuits from behind bars
The Federal court in Tucson has been absolutely flooded with lawsuits. Those suits are not from clashing corporations or government gadflies. Instead, these almost 400 lawsuits come from just one man who is sitting in a prison cell.
21, Aug 2014 - After Discrimination Finding, Jury's Out On Memphis Juvenile Courts
For people connected to the Memphis juvenile courts, April 2012 is unforgettable. That's when federal investigators determined that the Shelby County juvenile court system discriminated against African-American defendants. The Justice Department said that the system punished black children more harshly than whites.
21, Aug 2014 - Prisons chief orders review after 6th inmate killed
Two men serving lengthy prison sentences for murder and attempted murder are accused in the Monday murder of an inmate at the Sterling Correctional Facility, authorities say.
21, Aug 2014 - A drawn-out killing
Joseph Wood should have taken ten minutes to die by lethal injection in an Arizona prison this week for the double murder 25 years ago of his former girlfriend and her father.
21, Aug 2014 - Evidence against defendant in Hampton murder case included gang ties | Crime & Legal Issues noteboo
Crime & Legal Issues Notebook A Hampton man convicted of killing a father of two was unsuccessful in downplaying his gang affiliation during his recent trial.
21, Aug 2014 - Ray Nagin to Serve Time in Texas Jail
According to WDSU-TV, former New Orleans mayor Ray Nagin has been ordered to report to a federal prison camp in Texas by noon on Sept. 8. Nagin has been assigned to a minimum serurity camp in Texarkana, Texas, which is about a two-hour drive from his current home in the Dallas area and about six hours by car from New Orleans, the city he once led. In July, a district judge sentenced Nagin to 10 ...
21, Aug 2014 - Gibson receives death in connection with Stephanie Kirk murder
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WHAS11) -- It's a second death sentence for William Clyde Gibson. The confessed serial killer swiveled in his chair Friday morning as a Floyd County judge read his fate. "The sentence of death is the only appropriate sentence," the judge said. "I've been waiting to hear that for two years," Tony Kirk, Stephanie Kirk's father said. Kirk's family sat quietly for almost an hour as ...
21, Aug 2014 - In Study of HIV Vaccine Trial Subjects, Genotype Defines Subsets with Strong and Weak Response
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21, Aug 2014 - Every Dog Has His Day: Man Who Imprisoned Mentally Ill Woman & Her Daughter — Threatening Her Wit
The Ashland, Ohio man convicted of holding a mentally disabled woman and her 5-year-old daughter against her will for two years — threatening her with a snake , stealing her… READ ON
21, Aug 2014 - Former CMF inmate alleges prison staff took money, belongings
A former California Medical Facility inmate in Vacaville has filed a lawsuit in Solano County Superior Court alleging that officials there took money from his inmate trust fund and destroyed his property.
21, Aug 2014 - Jury recommends death sentence for Louisville man convicted in 1983 murder
A jury has recommended the death sentence for Larry Lamont White for killing a woman in 1983.
21, Aug 2014 - Three death row inmates granted reprieves in Dorchester County
In the past year, three murderers sentenced by Dorchester County juries to die by lethal injection or electrocution have been granted reprieves - one commuted to life in prison and two others granted new sentencing hearings.
21, Aug 2014 - Andre Fuller pleads guilty in 2013 shooting of Wilkes-Barre teen
WILKES-BARRE 8212 Appearing before a judge on what was supposed to be the start of a trial Monday, Andre Fuller instead agreed to plead guilty to a charge of attempted homicide in the Aug. 3, 2013 shooting of William Uggiano, then 19. Fuller was sentenced to six to 12 years in a state prison.
21, Aug 2014 - Kentucky man sentenced in Pike for distributing child pornography
MILFORD — Pike County District Attorney Raymond Tonkin announced July 27 that Bryson Shane Hood, 42, of Princeton, Ky., was sentenced by Pike County President Judge Joseph Kameen to 37 months to 10 1/2 years in a state correctional facility and fined $1,500 for the crimes of distribution and possession of child pornography and criminal use of a communication facility.
21, Aug 2014 - A California Couple Gets Multiple Years In Prison For Neglecting Their Children For Years To Play W
Antoine Antoniol/Getty Images Ali Guettouche looks at a ‘World of Warcraft’ video game on display at a store in Paris, France, on Tuesday, Sept. 1, 2009. A couple from Anaheim, California has taken their World of Warcraft obsession too far. Lester Louis Huffmire and Petra Huffmire, both 41, were convicted on Aug. 5 of locking their five- and ten-year-old female relatives inside an unsanitary ...
21, Aug 2014 - Memphis man sentenced in 2009 jewelry store robbery
A man was sentenced to life in prison in connection to a robbery at a Cape Girardeau jewelry store in 2009.
21, Aug 2014 - Obama cracks down on labor breaches by contractors
In an election-year rebuttal to Republicans, President Barack Obama will sign an executive order Thursday requiring federal contractors to give their workers more rights in labor disputes. The move comes one day after...
21, Aug 2014 - Ex-lobbyist Harvey Whittemore reports to prison
Former Nevada lobbyist and developer Harvey Whittemore surrendered to a minimum-security prison on the central California coast Wednesday to begin serving a two-year sentence for making illegal campaign ...
21, Aug 2014 - Rick Perry and the ‘rule of law’
For the first time in nearly a century, a sitting Texas governor faces criminal charges for alleged “abuse of official capacity” and “coercion of a public official” in an ongoing dispute with a local district attorney.
21, Aug 2014 - Court overturns decision allowing charter school in Polk
Ruling against the Florida Board of Education, an appeals court Wednesday backed a decision by the Polk County School Board to reject plans for a proposed charter school.
21, Aug 2014 - Former Army official guilty in bribery scheme
ALEXANDRIA, Va. (AP) - A former Army contracting official has pleaded guilty to accepting cash and vacations in return for helping businesses get millions in federal contracts. In Seon Lim pleaded guilty Thursday in federal court in Virginia to accepting more than $490,000 in benefits, including a Lexus ...
21, Aug 2014 - Man jailed for murder dead at 64
SOMERSET (AP) - A man serving 21 to 47 years in prison for fatally stabbing his 4-year-old daughter in 2001 has died in a western Pennsylvania prison. The Pennsylvania Department of Corrections says 64-year-old Brian Yasipour Sr.
21, Aug 2014 - Judge orders congressional map redrawn
TAMPA — A Florida judge on Friday ordered lawmakers to draw a new congressional district map for the state after ruling last month that the old one was illegally designed by the Republican majority in the state Legislature to benefit candidates from the party.
21, Aug 2014 - Ethan Allen: A Man Too Complex to Fit Into History’s Portrayals
Ethan Allen's capture of Fort Ticonderoga is depicted in a 1910 painting by artist Percy Moran. (Courtesy Library of Congress)
21, Aug 2014 - Man allegedly put needles into meat 'for the hell of it'
A 68-year-old Illinois man was jailed without bond Thursday after being accused by federal prosecutors of inserting sewing needles into packaged meat "just for the hell of it" at a grocery store in his hometown at least seven times over more than a year.
21, Aug 2014 - Reality Check: How the GOP lost the minority vote
As potential GOP 2016 front-runner Rand Paul begins to court the minority vote, Scott Schneider breaks down why and how the African American community has abandoned the Republican party.
21, Aug 2014 - Two Tilghman Island Fishermen Plead Guilty to Illegal Fish Harvesting
Authorities say two Tilghman Island men on Friday pleaded guilty in federal court to conspiring to violate the Lacey Act and to defraud the United States through their illegal harvesting and sale of 185,925 pounds of striped bass.
21, Aug 2014 - 3 Men Plead Guilty to Animal Fighting Charges
Three men pleaded guilty in federal court Friday after being arrested in a joint federal and state operation back in May for animal fighting and drug charges.
21, Aug 2014 - Judge rules Louisiana schools will use Common Core tests as public support for standards wanes
A state judge in Louisiana has ruled against Governor Bobby Jindal’s executive order to suspend Common Core in the state. Video still by PBS NewsHour A Louisiana state judge has ruled against Gov. Bobby Jindal’s efforts to suspend the state’s contract to use Common Core-aligned tests in public schools next spring. By suspending the contract with an executive order earlier this summer, Jindal ...
21, Aug 2014 - Was trio gambling or cheating? $1.1 million at stake in lawsuit
Three gamblers are suing Foxwoods Resort Casino in federal court, claiming the casino owes them more than $1.1 million they won playing mini-baccarat in December 2011, as well as $1.6 million they
21, Aug 2014 - Judge orders release of Oregon coal terminal documents
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21, Aug 2014 - Ex-SC State trustee asks judge to drop convictions
Jonathan Pinson says in court documents filed last week that prosecutors failed to prove the allegations against him. If the convictions are not dropped, Pinson wants a new trial. He says jurors were confused.
21, Aug 2014 - Pipe Bomb Murder Conspirator Turns Herself In, Begins Prison Term
WASHINGTON COUNTY (KFSM) – The West Fork woman who pleaded guilty in a plot to kill her ex-husband with a pipe bomb reported Wednesday to authorities to begin her prison sentence. Shirley Ann Mugley, 41, turned herself in to the Washington County Sheriff’s Office. She was booked into the jail and is scheduled to be […]
21, Aug 2014 - Officers plead not guilty in federal court
 The four indicted officers from the BikeFest incident in 2012 had a first appearance Monday in Albany federal court.
21, Aug 2014 - Court clears way for California to sell $8 billion of bullet-train bonds
(Reuters) - A California appeals court has ruled a state authority may issue $8 billion in bonds to help finance a high-speed rail system in the most populous U.S. state, removing a substantial obstacle to the proposed $68 billion plan. In overturning on Thursday a state court's 2013 ruling, the three-judge panel in Sacramento said the California High-Speed Rail Authority, which is overseeing ...
21, Aug 2014 - Maine program helps mentally ill who have committed crimes take slow steps toward independence
When Bill Stokes visits a cafe near the state Capitol, he admires one man behind the counter. To him, Chuck Petrucelly represents a life saved.
21, Aug 2014 - Colorado mother pleads guilty in son's death - Quincy Herald-Whig | Illinois & Missouri News, S
DENVER (AP) - A Routt County woman accused of killing her 9-year-old son in a murder-suicide attempt has been sentenced to 40 years in prison after pleading guilty to second-degree murder.
21, Aug 2014 - West Texas man convicted of shining laser at aircraft
A federal jury has convicted a West Texas man of shining a laser at a helicopter flying overhead. Don Ray Dorsett had been arrested was arrested Feb. 14 in El Paso. With Thursday's conviction in El Paso, the 28-year-old El Paso man faces up to five years in prison and a $250,000 fine when he's sentenced Oct. 2. No one was injured in the Jan. 4 incident involving a Texas Department of Public ...
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