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28, Nov 2014 - Former Central Texas judge gets 9 months for theft
WACO, Texas (AP) — An ex-judge already on probation in a mileage reimbursement scam must serve nine months in federal prison for stealing a dead Texan's Social Security benefits. Boone last December received three years of probation after pleading guilty to record tampering over falsifying county mileage documents for maximum reimbursement.
28, Nov 2014 - Griffith sentenced for drug sales in Indiana
ANGOLA, Indiana — Kaila Griffith, 45, of Union City escaped prison — but will serve time in a treatment facility and community corrections after she pleaded guilty in Steuben County, Indiana Circuit Court to dealing in controlled narcotics.
28, Nov 2014 - Michigan supports prompt review of same-sex marriage
Moving rapidly to help persuade the Supreme Court to take up the same-sex marriage issue promptly, Michigan officials filed their brief Monday night in a key case from the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit — the only federal appeals court in the recent round of rulings to uphold a state’s ban on such unions. The state’s brief […]
28, Nov 2014 - Inmates roast turkeys for Denver's needy; mild temps across Colorado
After the roughest year of her young life, Amy Ellis stood in line at the Colorado Convention Center with hundreds of people for a Thanksgiving feast served by the Salvation Army and prepared at the Denver jail.
28, Nov 2014 - Alleged Aryan Bortherhood members accused of crimes in the Mid-South
A federal indictment names 25 alleged Aryan Brotherhood members accused of crimes in the Mid-South.
28, Nov 2014 - Blood Tests Continue To Take Center Stage In Cyanide Poisoning Trial
Testimony in the trial of a University of Pittsburgh researcher accused of poisoning his wife with cyanide last year continued Thursday.
28, Nov 2014 - U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ginsburg released from hospital
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the oldest member of the nine-justice court, was released from a Washington hospital on Thursday after undergoing a heart procedure, a court statement said. Ginsburg, 81, had a stent placed in her right coronary artery at MedStar Washington Hospital Center on Wednesday to improve blood flow after she reported discomfort ...
28, Nov 2014 - Richmond Man Sentenced To 10 Years For Teen Sex In Nevada
A Bay Area man has been sentenced to 10 years in prison after he pleaded guilty to transporting a 14-year-old girl to northern Nevada with the intent to have sex with her
28, Nov 2014 - My view: Help for veterans with new program
On Monday, the Utah Judicial Council approved the first two veterans’ courts for Utah district courts.
28, Nov 2014 - Federal Appeals Court Rules for Gay Marriage Ban in Michigan
A Federal court ruling upholding Michigan's ban on same-sex marriage is meeting both approval and discouragement. 
28, Nov 2014 - Jury Finds Tradition Is No Excuse For Brutal Hazing
Dante Martin faces a possible 22 years in prison for manslaughter in the death of fellow Florida A&M band member Robert Champion.
28, Nov 2014 - Two accused of killing, dismembering Bourbon Street dancer appear for hearing
Two of the suspects accused of killing and dismembering a former Bourbon Street dancer appeared in a courtroom Monday morning.
28, Nov 2014 - Local man pleads guilty on federal kidnapping charge
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. >> Jessie A. Hopper Jr., 30, of Deming, pled guilty Friday morning in federal court in Las Cruces to conspiracy, kidnapping and firearms charges.
28, Nov 2014 - 'Murderabilia' dealer booted from Texas prisons
In what could be a precedent-setting case, the Texas Department of Criminal Justice has ended prison visiting privileges for an online dealer who sells items tied to infamous killers. G. William Harder, who has been visiting Texas from his home in California, was removed early this week from "several" inmates' visitation lists, prison system spokesman Jason Clark said. He did not specify how ...
28, Nov 2014 - Risperdal Litigation Prepares for Upcoming Status Conference in December, Bernstein Liebhard LLP Re
The Firm is representing numerous plaintiffs who have filed Risperdal gynecomastia lawsuits in the Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas. (PRWeb November 09, 2014) Read the full story at
28, Nov 2014 - Fort Washington advocate
At Bonnita Spikes’ Fort Washington apartment, framed newspaper clippings adorn the walls and crystal awards shine on her bookshelves, all documenting her successful efforts to repeal the death penalty in Maryland.
28, Nov 2014 - Klamath Falls Authorities Need Help in Finding Tyler Nelson's Killers
By Aaron Nilsson/KTVL.comKLAMATH FALLS, Ore. -- The search continues for the suspects in Tyler Nelson’s death and Klamath County authorities said they need your help. Klamath County district attorney, Rob Patridge, said the police department in Klamath Falls has an anonymous tip line set up. ...
28, Nov 2014 - Judge Stays Execution for Man Who Killed University of Del. Student
A judge has delayed the scheduled execution of a man convicted of raping and killing a University of Delaware student.
28, Nov 2014 - Wyly widow looks to sell Woody Creek estate
Their Woody Creek ranch was once the focal point of the Wyly family’s summers, but court documents suggest that the property will go up for sale if a judge approves a bankruptcy by the widow of Charles Wyly. Caroline “Dee” Wyly sought Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection Thursday in Dallas, four days after her brother-in-law Samuel Wyly made a similar filing. Both bankruptcies come in the wake of a ...
28, Nov 2014 - California man sentenced for transporting girl to Reno area for sex
RENO, Nev. -- A California man who brought a 14-year-old girl from Richmond, Calif., to the Reno area with the intent that she engage in sexual activity, was sentenced on Nov. 13, 2014, to 10 years in prison and a lifetime of supervision, announced U.S. Attorney Daniel G. ...
28, Nov 2014 - Judge, former Tenn. state senator Mike Faulk dies
Former state senator and current Tennessee Circuit Court Judge Mike Faulk has passed away.
28, Nov 2014 - Scandal-plagued former Washington mayor Marion Barry dies
By Bill Trott WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Marion Barry, the scandal-plagued former mayor of Washington, D.C., who was jailed for smoking crack cocaine before making a surprising return to office, died early on Sunday aged 78. Before his fall from grace, Barry had been one of the nation's most promising black politicians. Years later, many Washingtonians would consider him a scoundrel but he remained ...
28, Nov 2014 - Inmates invited to break bread with Morgan Co. church on Thanksgiving
Inmates at the Morgan County Jail had an invitation for food, family atmosphere, and faith outside of the jail courtesy of the Austinville United Methodist Church.
28, Nov 2014 - Man gets life after appeal of death sentence
NEW BOSTON, Texas—A man whose 2003 death sentence was thrown out by the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals was sentenced Wednesday in Bowie County to life in prison.
28, Nov 2014 - Monitoring Truancy
Last spring at a truancy court appearance in front of Johnson County Justice of the Peace Pat Jacobs, a 17-year-old high school student who routinely skipped her last class of the day was ordered to wear an ankle monitor to convince her to take the issue seriously. When the young woman’s mother objected, she was [...]
28, Nov 2014 - Ex-Maine prison guard convicted of sex crimes
AUGUSTA, Maine (AP) — A former Maine state prison guard has been convicted of inappropriately touching a young girl. Travis Lyon, of Vassalboro, was convicted by a jury Tuesday in Kennebec County Superior Court of three counts unlawful sexual contact.
28, Nov 2014 - News Briefs: Alison Krauss impersonator back in Arkansas jail
ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - The New Mexico woman who pretended to be a famous country singer is back in an Arkansas jail Wednesday night.
28, Nov 2014 - Testimony Centers Around Testing Of Victim’s Blood In Cyanide Poisoning Trial
The trial of a University of Pittsburgh researcher accused of poisoning his wife with cyanide last year continued Wednesday.
28, Nov 2014 - Property tax relief, prison woes may tip balance in Nebraska state budget
Some multimillion-dollar unknowns threaten to capsize Nebraska's next two-year state budget.
28, Nov 2014 - Jury: Death penalty for couple's hammer killings
AKRON, Ohio (AP) — A man who was convicted of beating his girlfriend's parents to death with a sledgehammer should be executed, a jury said Friday.
28, Nov 2014 - Special Report: Interference with child custody not enforced in Texas
By: Bill Melugin EL PASO, Texas – A KFOX14 special assignment has discovered it is the unwritten policy of Texas law enforcement to not make arrests or charge persons with the crime of interference with child custody.
28, Nov 2014 - Supreme Court hears arguments in Md. tax case
An attorney for a Howard County couple told the Supreme Court on Wednesday that Maryland law led to their out-of-state income being taxed twice, and argued that the unusual circumstance violates constitutional protections of interstate trade.
28, Nov 2014 - Prosecution Focuses On Emails Between Accused Doc And Wife
Testimony continued Friday in the trial of Dr. Robert Ferrante, who is accused in his wife's cyanide poisoning death.
28, Nov 2014 - Appellate Briefing Completed in Precedent-Setting Litigation Challenging Encinitas' Ashtanga Yo
SAN DIEGO, Oct. 31, 2014 / Christian Newswire / -- On October 6, attorneys with the National Center for Law & Policy filed Petitioners' and Appellants' final brief in the California Court of Appeals, Fourth Appellate District, Division One. The case is now fully briefed and will be assigned to a three-judge panel that will hear oral arguments and decide the appeal in the near future.
28, Nov 2014 - 5 Things to Know in Florida for Nov. 3
Your daily look at news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today. DEFENSE BEGINS IN TAX FRAUD TRIAL OF FORMER HIGH-RANKING UBS EXECUTIVE Defense witnesses are set to begin testifying Monday in the South Florida trial of a former top executive at Swiss bank UBS AG ...
28, Nov 2014 - Snook going back to prison
COLDWATER — John Snook will be headed to back to prison, this time in Michigan. The 26-year old Angola, Indiana resident was sentenced by Branch County Circuit Judge Bill O’Grady to two to five years in prison after he pleaded guilty to fleeing police in Coldwater May 15.
28, Nov 2014 - Judge orders release of Portland immigrant activist
by Nina Mehlhaf, KGW-TV, Portland, Ore. by Nina Mehlhaf, KGW-TV, Portland, Ore. PORTLAND, Ore. -- A federal judge has ordered the temporary release of an immigrant activist who took refuge at an Oregon church to avoid deportation and was arrested this week on a federal charge of illegal re-entry.
28, Nov 2014 - Open line: Little Rock tops dangerous cities list; Memphis man tops baby daddy list
Here's the Sunday open line. As people hyperventilate about snowflakes, let's hyperventilate instead abou t crime. Says here that the FBI crime statistics for 2013 released last week put Little Rock on the top of the list of most dangerous cities with population below 200,000. From Law Street: #1 Little Rock, Arkansas Little Rock, Arkansas is the #1 Most Dangerous Small City in America. Little ...
28, Nov 2014 - Massachusetts Gay Marriage Anniversary: An Oral History Of A Court Ruling That Changed The Nation
Eleven years ago, Hillary Goodridge checked the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court website at 8 a.m., like she had done every morning for months. She and her partner Julie had their interview outfits picked out, knowing it could be any day. As summer faded into a brisk fall, they traded in their linen suits for wool. On Nov. 18, 2003, Julie was getting ready to take their daughter Annie to ...
28, Nov 2014 - Maine seeking court order to keep Ebola nurse Kaci Hickox quarantined
The showdown between a nurse quarantined in Maine for treating Ebola patients heated up Wednesday as state officials said they were seeking a court order to prevent the medical worker from leaving her home.
28, Nov 2014 - Appeals court denies stay against same-sex marriage in SC
The 4th Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled against South Carolina Attorney General Alan Wilson and denied his request for an emergency stay on a court ruling last week that ruled the state's ban on same-sex marriage was unconstitutional.
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