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31, Jul 2014 - New Jersey Teacher, Councilman Sentenced To 15 Years In State Prison For Sexual Communications With
New Jersey Teacher, Councilman Sentenced To 15 Years In State Prison For Sexual Communications With Students New Jersey Teacher, Charles Reilly, Sentenced After Pleading Guilty To Child Endangerment Former Teacher, Councilman Charles Reilly Sentenced For Sexual Conversations With Students New Jersey Teacher, Councilman Sentenced To 15 Years In State Prison For Sexual Communications With Students ...
31, Jul 2014 - Worth Co. Minister sentenced for bank fraud
A man convicted of making false statements to a federally insured financial institution was sentenced Friday in federal court.
31, Jul 2014 - Group encourages change in Tennessee's highest court
There could be changes coming to the highest court in the state.
31, Jul 2014 - Ray Nagin sentence surprises some experts. Why it was only 10 years. (+video)
Former New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin was sentenced to 10 years in prison Wednesday for corruption. The trial highlighted the city's tumultuous post-Katrina era.
31, Jul 2014 - Enterprise Products ordered to pay $535M in pipeline dispute
A Texas judge ruled late Tuesday that Enterprise Products Partners ( EPD -0.8% ) must pay $535M to Energy Transfer Partners ( ETP -0.3% ) that a jury said EPD owed after backing out of a joint venture to build a crude oil pipeline. In addition to the $319M jury award for damages, the judge ordered EPD to pay $150M in disgorged profits and $66M in pre-judgment interest accrued since late 2011 ...
31, Jul 2014 - Cartel associates sentenced for attempted bribe
AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — Two Mexican citizens associated with a powerful drug cartel have been sentenced in a U.S. court to one year and one day in prison for attempting to bribe a federal judge, federal prosecutors said Tuesday.
31, Jul 2014 - Kentucky gay marriage ban is 'unenforceable,' US judge rules
Kentucky's gay marriage ban was struck down Tuesday by a US district judge, the 11th to reject a state law outlawing same-sex unions. His ruling, unlike some others, did not lay out a fundamental right for gay couples to marry.
31, Jul 2014 - Utah Mom Accused of Killing 6 Babies Goes to Court
A Utah woman accused of killing six of her newborns and storing their bodies in her garage appeared in court Monday.
31, Jul 2014 - Candidates discuss platforms at Killeen rally
In an effort to “turn Bell County blue,” the Bell County Democratic Party hosted Texas railroad commissioner hopeful Steve Brown and Diane Henson, candidate for chief justice of the Third Court of App
31, Jul 2014 - State asks Lake judge to stay ruling in right-to-work case
INDIANAPOLIS | Lake Circuit Judge George Paras appears unlikely to grant Attorney General Greg Zoeller's request that Paras delay his decision finding the state's right-to-work law unconstitutional until the Indiana Supreme Court weighs in.
31, Jul 2014 - In St. Paul gang rape, last defendant gets time served -- 2 years, 4 months
The last of nine males charged in the gang rape of a 15-year-old girl in St. Paul was sentenced Friday to time served, with 30 years probation.
31, Jul 2014 - Nebraska jail first to ax immigration detainers
OMAHA, Neb. (AP) - At least one Nebraska jail has stopped honoring federal requests to hold suspected immigrants in jail without a warrant, following the lead of other local entities around the country who say the practice puts them at risk of civil rights lawsuits. Other Nebraska counties ...
31, Jul 2014 - Trial Opens For Soldier Accused In Cypress Hotel Killing
Opening statements are scheduled to begin Wednesday in the jury trial of an Army specialist who prosecutors say fatally shot a friend and attempted to murder his father and a second friend at a Cypress motel.
31, Jul 2014 - Convicted arsonist Victor Rosario freed on bail after winning appeal
Frances Burns LOWELL, Mass., July 11 (UPI) -- A man convicted in 1983 of setting the deadliest fire in the history of Lowell, Mass., was released the same day another fire claimed seven lives in the city.
31, Jul 2014 - Sheriff's office to collect fines, JPs determine
A light agenda and a small crowd brought a feeling of summer vacation to Friday's meeting of the Carroll County Quorum Court. The justices of the peace narrowly approved the second and third readings...
31, Jul 2014 - Experienced Mediator Brandon S. Peters to Join Upchurch Watson White & Max on Aug. 1
Mr. Peters spent more than 20 years representing clients -- including many well-known lawyers and judges -- in civil litigation. For more than two years, he has served as a Florida Supreme Court Certified Circuit Civil and Appellate Court Mediator, a Certified Federal Court Mediator, a FINRA Arbitrator, a court-appointed arbitrator, a private trial judge and a special master. (PRWeb July 16 ...
31, Jul 2014 - Subpoenas seek information on undercover cigarette sting
A defense attorney in a cigarette trafficking case is seeking to subpoena undercover law enforcement officers and documents associated with the Shenandoah County Sheriff's Office anti-cigarette trafficking operations.
31, Jul 2014 - Bonaparte man sentenced for assault
BONAPARTE — A Bonaparte man has been sentenced to serve up to seven years in prison after he pled guilty to assault after an altercation May 1 in Bonaparte. Dimitrious Roosevelt Royal, 44, 411 Fourth St., Apartment 20, pled guilty to lesser-included
31, Jul 2014 - Conn. Man Charged With Threatening Wife By Stabbing Watermelon
Carmine Cervellino was formally charged and could face up to a year behind bars if a judge decides his impaling the watermelon was a threatening message he was sending to his wife.
31, Jul 2014 - Awaiting Key ObamaCare Court Decision
A decision against the government could strike a blow to the heart of the law, sending a strong message that the administration has gone far beyond its legal authority in interpreting and changing the law. That would make it even more difficult for the administration to continue to make extra-legal changes in the future to this dysfunctional law.
31, Jul 2014 - Galveston county man sentenced for Beaumont bank robbery
31, Jul 2014 - Trial set for ex-Sheriff Pennington
Trial dates were set Monday for two former Saline County sheriff's office officials accused of stealing thousands of dollars from the county.
31, Jul 2014 - Man sentenced in fatal NJ apartment complex shooting
A man who pleaded guilty to aggravated manslaughter charges stemming from a fatal shooting at a southern New Jersey apartment complex has been sentenced to 20 years in prison.
31, Jul 2014 - Fired Broward lieutenant imprisoned for five years in Rothstein scandal | Video
Fired Broward Sheriff's Lt. David Benjamin was sentenced to five years in federal prison Monday for acting as Scott Rothstein's law enforcement muscle.
31, Jul 2014 - Iowa inmate Rasberry Williams released from prison
Iowa officials say a Waterloo man whose life sentence for murder was commuted by the governor has been released from prison.
31, Jul 2014 - Fired Broward lieutenant imprisoned for five years in Rothstein scandal
Fired Broward Sheriff's Lt. David Benjamin was sentenced to five years in federal prison Monday for acting as Scott Rothstein's law enforcement muscle.
31, Jul 2014 - Nevada Man Freed After 17 Years in Prison for Killing Toddler
A judge has set free a Carlin man who served 17 years in prison for the killing of a toddler after the Nevada Supreme Court overturned his conviction and he agreed to a plea deal on a charge of involuntary manslaughter.
31, Jul 2014 - Dog Food Fight! Purina Says Blue Buffalo Is 'Built on Lies'
At the executive offices of Blue Buffalo, in Wilton, Conn., Labradors and golden retrievers wander the halls, nosing around for lunch leftovers, and members of William Bishop’s 300-person workforce all call the 75-year-old founder and chairman Bill. A basketball and lacrosse player at Ohio-Wesleyan University in the late 1950s, Bishop, 6-foot-5, walks with a slight slouch but retains the loping ...
31, Jul 2014 - Man convicted in student rape wants verdict overturned
Convicted rapist Levi D. Canterbury has appealed the verdict that a jury in Athens County Common Pleas Court delivered last year, arguing that he did not receive a fair trial.
31, Jul 2014 - Oklahoma prison escapee captured in Denison
DENISON, TX - An escapee from an Oklahoma prison in Granite is behind bars in Grayson County, Texas tonight.
31, Jul 2014 - Beebe finishes the job Huckabee started with pardon for Conway drug dealing conviction
Gov. Mike Beebe announced intentions today to grant several pardons , including one for William Lewis, a Conway cattleman with a controversial executive clemency history. Beebe said he intended to pardon William M. Lewis of Conway, convicted in 1995 of possession and possession with intent to deliver methamphetamines. Beebe said he made the decision based on the date of conviction, Lewis ...
31, Jul 2014 - Mistrial declared in Dingus homicide case
JOHNSON CITY, Tenn. — A mistrial has been declared in a vehicular homicide trial in eastern Tennessee after a juror drove the route involved in the case and told others about it.
31, Jul 2014 - California Man Convicted on Terror Charges Files Appeal
Hamid Hayat of Lodi, California, argues that his attorney failed to adequately represent him at his 2006 trial in Sacramento federal court. The 31-year-old is serving a 24-year prison sentence after a...
31, Jul 2014 - Fight over Tennessee Supreme Court justices costly so far
NASHVILLE — Spending in the ongoing fight over the re-election of three Tennessee Supreme Court justices has now topped $575,000, according to an independent group.
31, Jul 2014 - SC mom's arrest sparks child care debate
Forty-six-year-old Debra Harrell faces 10 years in prison if convicted of felony child neglect after police picked up her daughter.
31, Jul 2014 - More indictments issued in cigarette smuggling cases
Law enforcement's efforts to crack down on the smuggling of cigarettes from Virginia to other states continued Wednesday in Shenandoah County Circuit Court with the grand jury indictments of three more men from other states.
31, Jul 2014 - Federal court upholds Florida's 'Docs vs. Glocks' law
A federal appeals court is upholding a Florida law restricting what doctors can discuss about guns with their patients.A panel of judges on the 11th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Atlanta on Friday overturned a decision from a lower court that found the law unconstitutional.
31, Jul 2014 - 90-year-old convict denied parole in fatal crash
A 90-year-old man convicted of killing a motorist on the Silverado Trail near Calistoga in August 1993 will remain in prison after a parole board denied him parole for three years, according to the California Department of Corrections and the Napa County District Attorney’s Office.
31, Jul 2014 - Hautzinger won’t fight Blagg retrial
Mesa County District Attorney Pete Hautzinger said he won’t appeal an order granting a new trial for convicted killer Michael Blagg, concluding prosecutors have dim prospects for winning.
31, Jul 2014 - Museum to Honor California Prisons Needed?
Assemblywoman Beth Gaines, (R-Roseville), in partnership with the Old Guard Foundation, is urging Governor Jerry Brown to sign Assembly Bill 1503, which would create the opportunity to build a
31, Jul 2014 - Man gets 7 years in prison for killing son
BOWLING GREEN, Mo. (AP) _ A suburban St. Louis man has been sentenced to seven years in prison for fatally shooting his son in a rural area of northeast Missouri. The Quincy (Illinois) Herald-Whig reports that 46-year-old Michael Lee Phillips was sentenced Friday. He had pleaded guilty to involuntary manslaughter in the August shooting death […]
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