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Spelling bee kids battle into the night
when they go to the dictionary there was one copy only for the pronouncer who already mentioned that the words are small and she can't see very well. I wan(...)
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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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24, Oct 2014 - Meet the candidates for district attorney
Two candidates are competing for the job of top legal prosecutor in the seven western counties. The seat came up for grabs when District Attorney Mike Bonfoey announced his retirement after 11 years in the role. Two assistant prosecutors who work under Bonfoey are vying for the job.
24, Oct 2014 - Mississippi Inmate Loses Appeal
The Mississippi Supreme Court declined Thursday to hear an appeal from a Natchez man seeking a new trial for shooting at an Adams County sheriff's deputy in 2006.
24, Oct 2014 - Continued debate over ejaculating in prison
Shemtov Michtavi is no stranger to the law. After being sentenced to federal prison in Pennsylvania in 2004 for his involvement in a worldwide Ecstasy ring, the so-called “lieutenant” of Israeli drug kingpin Ze’ev Rosenstein has sued the United States at least twice for better... [This is a summary. To read the full article on, click the headline above.]
24, Oct 2014 - Here's what's happening on the film scene
Here's what's happening on the film scene: Focus on prison topics Three short films exploring prison justice and prison education work will be shown at 6:30 p.m. Monday at the Channing Murray Foundation, 1209 W. Oregon St., U. read more
24, Oct 2014 - Mississippi Sued Over 'Hellish' Conditions in For-Profit Prison
At the East Mississippi Correctional Facility, sometimes incarcerated people are forced to resort to starting fires to get attention from negligent staff.
24, Oct 2014 - Panel rules Kanawha County Prosecutor, Mark Plants, committed malfeasance; Plants has 30 days to ap
According to Kanawha County Commission President, Kent Carper, a three judge panel has ruled that Kanawha County Prosecutor, Mark Plants, committed malfeasance in office.
24, Oct 2014 - Beloit Heroin Dealer Sentenced to 3.5 Years in Prison
21-year-old Jylon Turner of Beloit, Wisconsin was sentenced today by U.S. District Judge William M. Conley to 42 months in federal prison, followed by a three-year term of supervised release, for delivering heroin on April 2, 2014. Turner pleaded guilty to this charge on August 6, 2014.
24, Oct 2014 - Alaska will issue marriage licenses to gay couples
ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) — Alaska will begin accepting marriage applications from same-sex couples Monday after a federal judge struck down the state's ban on gay marriage — one of the first two…
24, Oct 2014 - Leprosy: Ohio Prison Inmate Being Treated For The Rare Disease
An Ohio prison inmate is being treated for leprosy. The Chillicothe Correctional Institution (CCI) inmate was diagnosed with the rare disease on October 14. There are reportedly only 6,500 known cases of leprosy in America and 200,000 worldwide. The name of the Ross County prison inmate is not being released. The correctional system did report Leprosy: Ohio Prison Inmate Being Treated For The ...
24, Oct 2014 - Andy Cohen Weighs In On How Jail Will Affect Joe & Teresa Giudice's Marriage
The 'Watch What Happens Live' host interviewed the couple after they were sentenced to serve jail time. On October 2, Real Housewives of New Jersey stars Joe and Teresa Giudice were sentenced to serve time in federal prison after entering a guilty plea to 41 counts of fraud. Teresa was given 15 months behind bars, while Joe got 41 months. NEWS: 11 Lessons Teresa Giudice Could Learn From 'Orange ...
24, Oct 2014 - Eau Claire lesbian couple led relentless fight for marriage equality in Wis.
Virginia Wolf, left, and Carol Schumacher share a laugh in the backyard of their Eau Claire home on Wednesday, two days after the U.S. Supreme Court’s refusal to review an appeals court decision effectively legalized gay marriage in Wisconsin.
24, Oct 2014 - The Buzz: Bondi wants Florida Supreme Court to rule on gay marriage
Attorney General Pam Bondi said Monday night that she wants the state Supreme Court to decide once and for all whether same-sex couples can marry in the Sunshine State.
24, Oct 2014 - Pascagoula's Robert Hinger sentenced for producing, possessing child pornography
Robert Hinger (JCSO photo)  PASCAGOULA, Mississippi -- A Jackson County man is going to prison after admitting to possessing and producing child pornography, Attorney General Jim Hood announced today. Robert Hinger Jr., 48, of Pascagoula, appeared before Judge Kathy Jackson...
24, Oct 2014 - Equal Justice Initiative files lawsuit against ADOC over prison
The Equal Justice Initiative announced it's filing a class action lawsuit in federal court against the Alabama Department of Corrections.The lawsuit is on behalf of men incarcerated at St. Clair Correctional Facility in Springville.
24, Oct 2014 - Citizens United can make movie without disclosing donors, court says
A documentary slamming Colorado liberals, and Democratic Gov. John Hickenlooper, can be aired without disclosing its backers, a federal appeals court in Denver ruled 3-0 in a decision released Tuesday.
24, Oct 2014 - Hiland inmates to receive tips for success outside prison
About 100 inmates at Hiland Mountain Correctional Center will gather Saturday to learn about life after they leave the center, with tips including planning meals, interviewing for jobs and successfully navigating probation.
24, Oct 2014 - Tough sentencing judge faces challenge
Former state senator seeks to unseat longtime jurist
24, Oct 2014 - Ads criticize Justice Wheat as 'extreme partisan'
A conservative political group launched TV and radio ads attacking Supreme Court Justice Mike Wheat 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 - Gap Chairman and CEO Murphy stepping down
Gap said late Wednesday that Glenn Murphy will resign as its chairman and chief executive on Feb. 1, and the retailer will promote its digital leader Art Peck to CEO.
24, Oct 2014 - Inmate claims police brutality led to leg amputation
Albany A state prison inmate who claimed his lower right leg was amputated after it was injured during a violent arrest last year has filed a federal lawsuit against several law enforcement agencies and the medical services company that treats inmates at Albany County jail. The lawsuit filed over the weekend by Kevin T. Kavanaugh, who is serving a five-year prison sentence for a drug conviction ...
24, Oct 2014 - Stay lifted on adoptions by same-sex parents in Utah
The Utah Supreme Court lifted a stay Thursday on same-sex adoptions in the state.
24, Oct 2014 - Woman to be sentenced for manslaughter of daughter
A woman convicted of the manslaughter of her daughter will be sentenced in the next two months.
24, Oct 2014 - Dahlia Lithwick: Arkansas voter ID decision based on 1865 case protecting ex-Confederates' righ
Slate's incomparable legal correspondent Dahlia Lithwick points out a sweet irony in the Arkansas Supreme Court' s huge decision this week that struck down the state's voter ID law: The court cited precedent in a case dating from 1865 that positively affirmed the rights of ex-Confederate soldiers to vote in Arkansas. Immediately after the war, Lithwick writes, a pro-Union Arkansas legislature ...
24, Oct 2014 - Cohen & Grigsby Announces Appointment of Five New Attorneys
PITTSBURGH, Oct. 13, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Business law firm Cohen & Grigsby is pleased to announce the appointment of five new associates to the firm: Robin L. Clarkson concentrates her practice on mergers ...
24, Oct 2014 - Gallipolis Man Sentenced on Heroin Charge
Earl Hager pleaded guilty earlier this month to possession of heroin.
24, Oct 2014 - Man convicted of Aurora sex assault wants new trial
Jose Mendoza-Sosa of Aurora claims the judge overseeing his sex assault trial made several errors during the case and that prosecutors failed to prove him...
24, Oct 2014 - Maricopa County Attorney seeks delay in no bail
Maricopa County Attorney Bill Montgomery is asking a federal appeals court to delay implementation of a ruling that allows immigrants charged with a serious felony to be released on bail.
24, Oct 2014 - Few cases make it to Indiana Supreme Court
INDIANAPOLIS | The Indiana Supreme Court is the pinnacle of a state court system that in any given year handles some 1.6 million cases filed in the state's 92 counties, including roughly 180,000 cases in Lake County and 38,000 in Porter County.
24, Oct 2014 - Tax Trial For Reality Star, ‘The Situation,’ Set For December
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 - Cedar Rapids man gets prison time in heroin death
A Cedar Rapids man who supplied heroin to someone who was found dead the next day has been sent to prison.
24, Oct 2014 - Serial burglar Ritchie gets 13 years to life, earful from victims at sentencing hearing
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24, Oct 2014 - Campos pleads guilty to felony murder
By KTVL Staff/ MEDFORD, Ore. -- Othon Campos is facing a minimum of 300 months in prison after changing his plea to guilty of felony murder and robbery Tuesday in Jackson County court. Campos murdered Frank Damiano in an Ashland mobile home park in October 2013. ...
24, Oct 2014 - Supreme Court Hears Arguments In Teeth Whitening Case
The Supreme Court heard arguments on Tuesday in a case about regulating teeth whitening services.
24, Oct 2014 - Bail revoked over cocaine for MLB scandal figure
The former owner of the clinic at the center of Major League Baseball's recent performance-enhancing drug scandal had his bail revoked Monday because of recent positive tests for cocaine use.
24, Oct 2014 - Colorado Supreme Court lifts stays in gay marriages cases
DENVER (Reuters) - The Colorado Supreme Court on Tuesday removed stays it had imposed in two gay marriages cases, clearing the way for the state's county clerks to issue licenses to same-sex couples wanting to wed.
24, Oct 2014 - SUNDAY EDITION | In Kentucky, courts are new frontier for police body cameras
WDRB analysis finds policies vary at local and regional police departments. At least eight law enforcement agencies in Kentucky use the officer-worn devices.
24, Oct 2014 - Supreme Court allows Texas to enforce strict vote ID law
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 Otter lawyer charges bias at 9th Circuit - Tue, 14 Oct 2014 PST
Monte Neil Stewart, the attorney who represented both Idaho and Nevada in oral arguments at the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals in same-sex marriage cases, has leveled a highly unusual charge at the 9th Circuit: That the three-judge panel selected to hear Idaho’s and Nevada’s cases wasn’t selected through a “neutral” process, and instead was purposely stacked with judges favorable to same-sex ...
24, Oct 2014 - Official: Oklahoma not ready for Nov. 13 execution
This Thursday, Oct. 9, 2014 photo shows the gurney in the the execution chamber at the Oklahoma State Penitentiary in McAlester, Okla. Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt says the state does not have the drugs on hand or the medical staff prepared needed to carry out a Nov. 13 execution, and is requesting a delay until January.
24, Oct 2014 - NEW INFORMATION: DOT Secretary responds to call for extended DMV service center hours
Mark Gottlieb issued the written response to several Democratic lawmakers who are calling for the department to extend hours at the service centers.
24, Oct 2014 - Judge blocks law banning campaigning near polls
FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) - A Kentucky law banning election-day campaigning near polling places was struck down Tuesday by a federal judge, who ruled the 300-foot buffer impedes free speech by reaching private homes and yards. The ruling by U.S. District Judge William O. Bertelsman came three weeks before voters head to the polls to decide a long ballot of local, state and federal races. Those races ...
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