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28, Jan 2015 - The new Arkansas Supreme Court, with female majority, takes the bench; one drops potential hint on
A formal ceremony was held today to add two new justices — Robin Wynne and Rhonda Wood — to the Arkansas Supreme Court. Both had been judges on the Arkansas Court of Appeals. Wynne beat Tim Cullen to take the seat held by retiring Justice Donald Corbin . Wood was unopposed for a seat vacated when Justice Robert Brown retired. He'd been replaced in the interim by Cliff Hoofman , who's been ...
28, Jan 2015 - Bishop charged in bicyclist's death
The Episcopal Bishop who ran over a cyclist on Roland Avenue has been charged with manslaughter, according to Baltimore City State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby .
28, Jan 2015 - Potential jurors facing questioning in Aaron Hernandez trial
Dozens of potential jurors have reported for questioning in the murder trial of ex-New England Patriots player Aaron Hernandez, who's charged with killing semiprofessional football player Odin Lloyd.
28, Jan 2015 - Judge delays new decision on Penn Valley cell tower case
A new Nevada County Superior Court Judge on the case of a Penn Valley building permit near a Verizon cell tower said Monday he needed more time to catch up on the four-year-old legal battle.
28, Jan 2015 - Jail inmate sentenced for death of Youngstown man
A Mahoning County jail inmate has been sentenced to seven more years behind bars for the death of a Youngstown man.
28, Jan 2015 - Administration of Washington County court returns to local control
The state Supreme Court today ended the temporary appointment of a senior judge to oversee the administration of Washington County Common Pleas Court.
28, Jan 2015 - El Paso City Council may hire ex-judge as assistant city attorney
The El Paso City Council Tuesday will consider hiring a former district court judge to serve as an assistant city attorney, according to the meeting agenda.
28, Jan 2015 - The Daily Fix: Journalist Who Linked to Hacked Material Sentenced to 63 Months in Jail
After a lengthy trial Barrett Brown, a journalist and informal spokesperson for the hacker collective Anonymous, has been sentenced to more than five years in prison. In 2014, Brown pleaded guilty to aiding and abetting obstruction of justice and making threats against an FBI agent. Brown was accused of helping a hacker named Jeremy Hammond evade law enforcement after Hammond broke into the ...
28, Jan 2015 - Revel Sale Remains in Limbo as Judge Weighs Creditor Challenge
Revel AC Inc.’s $95.4 million sale to developer Glenn Straub remains in flux as a federal judge weighs creditors’ pleas to halt a bankruptcy court’s ruling approving the deal, saying it will strip them of rights.
28, Jan 2015 - Massachusetts mom pleads not guilty to killing her infants
WORCESTER, Mass. — A mother whose infants were found dead amid squalid conditions in her Massachusetts home pleaded not guilty Monday to two counts of murder and other charges. Erika Murray, 31 showed no emotion as she quietly answered “not guilty” nine times in Worcester County District court as the charges were read out loud. Besides […]
28, Jan 2015 - KKK group to keep fighting to join cleanup program
ATLANTA (AP) — A Georgia Ku Klux Klan group says it will move forward with its application for a highway cleanup program after a judge ruled the state's denial violated the organization's right to free speech.
28, Jan 2015 - Alabama judge warns gov against gay marriage
Alabama's Supreme Court chief justice hand delivered a letter to Gov. Robert Bentley on Tuesday urging him to oppose the "tyranny" of federal court rulings that have used "specious pretexts" to rule against same-sex marriage bans. "As of this date, 44...
28, Jan 2015 - Supreme Court keeps in place protections for California's delta smelt
The Supreme Court on Monday kept in place environmental orders in California that protect the endangered delta smelt and limit the pumping of river water from the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta.
28, Jan 2015 - US executes mentally disabled man
Warren Lee Hill had "the emotional and cognitive functioning of an 11-year-old boy", according to one of his lawyers, but he was put to death by the state of Georgia.
28, Jan 2015 - Murder charges against police put New Mexico DA in spotlight
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — For most of her career, Kari Brandenburg has been a low-key district attorney in New Mexico's largest county.
28, Jan 2015 - Court: Nevada must say what's in sack lunches, 'chef's choice' dinners served to pr
LAS VEGAS — A convicted pedophile's complaint about Nevada prison food has the state Supreme Court ordering an accounting of what's in unnamed sack lunches and "chef's choice" dinners given to inmates, and whether the meals are healthful.
28, Jan 2015 - Los Angeles Criminal Defense Attorney Jeremy Lessem Named to 2015 List of Super Lawyers®
Attorney Jeremy Lessem - Partner at the law firm of Lessem & Newstat, LLP - has been selected to the annual list of Southern California Super Lawyers® for the second consecutive year. (PRWeb January 23, 2015) Read the full story at
28, Jan 2015 - Ex-Va. gov McDonnell sentenced to 2 years in prison
RICHMOND, Va. (WVEC-TV) — Former Virginia governor Bob McDonnell will spend two years in federal prison after asking for mercy Tuesday at his own sentencing hearing on public corruption convictions.
28, Jan 2015 - MH man sentenced to prison for child pornography
A Morgan Hill man will serve nearly five years in prison after admitting he possessed one of the largest collections of child pornography ever found in Silicon Valley, according to authorities.
28, Jan 2015 - Man wrongly convicted of double murder freed after 38 years
WHITEVILLE, N.C. (CBS NEWS) -- A 70-year-old man wrongly convicted of the 1976 stabbing deaths of a mother and daughter walked out of prison Friday, saying he was looking forward to sleeping in a real bed and maybe swimming in a pool.
28, Jan 2015 - Mental exam set for Md. man accused in WVU student's slaying
The Associated Press MORGANTOWN, W.Va. (AP) - A 33-year-old Cumberland, Maryland, man accused in the slaying of a West Virginia University student will undergo a psychiatric review. The review was ordered Tuesday after Robert Hernandez Jr.'s attorney told a judge Hernandez said he wanted to die, according to The Dominion Post. Hernandez' first-degree murder trial in the fatal stabbing of Devante ...
28, Jan 2015 - Prisoners aim to earn high school diplomas behind bars
Within the first week of the new year, an inmate at the Arrendale State Prison in Habersham County earned her high school diploma while behind bars.
28, Jan 2015 - 2 men sentenced on sex trafficking charges
Federal prosecutors say two men have been sentenced on sex trafficking charges.
28, Jan 2015 - Lackawanna County Court Notes
MARRIAGE LICENSES n Brendan Frank Fezuk and Dana M. Bryan, both of Scranton. n Joseph Abraham Schles­inger, Silver Spring, Md., and Brittney Erin Cohen, Scranton. PROPERTY TRANSACTIONS n Paulette Kreblosky, executrix of the estate of Barbara A. Cerra, Car
28, Jan 2015 - Albuquerque police officers to face murder charges in death of homeless man (+video)
A New Mexico prosecutor has initiated a preliminary hearing in open court to determine whether there is enough probable cause to try two Albuquerque police officers in the fatal shooting of a homeless man at an illegal campsite.
28, Jan 2015 - Texan gets 9 years in accidents scam, must repay nearly $5M
A Dallas-area man has been sentenced to nine years in federal prison for running a staged traffic accident insurance scam since 2005. Leroy Nelson of DeSoto must also repay nearly $5 million as part of ...
28, Jan 2015 - Convicted sex offender sentenced to 10 years in prison for rape following texting scheme
Teenager reported being raped by a masked man; DNA evidence linked 23-year-old to assault.
28, Jan 2015 - Judge postpones decision on developmental center
GREENEVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — A federal judge says he'll take some time to decide whether the Tennessee's last large facility housing mentally disabled people should be closed. Media report that Judge Kevin Sharpe heard arguments on Wednesday for and against the closure of Greene Valley Developmental Center, which has nearly 100 residents and about 600 workers. State officials recommended closing ...
28, Jan 2015 - 4 calves die in fire at prison dairy
A calving shed caught fire at the Montana State Prison dairy operation near Deer Lodge, killing four calves.
28, Jan 2015 - Prosecutor to appeal decision to vacate Girts’ murder plea, sentence
An appeals court vacated the involuntary manslaughter plea and indefinite sentence of the former Poland embalmer
28, Jan 2015 - Indicted Rep. Mike Hubbard re-elected as Ala. House speaker
MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) - The Alabama House re-elected indicted Rep. Mike Hubbard as speaker Tuesday, securing for him a powerful position as he awaits trial on ethics charges. The newly elected Alabama Legislature convened Tuesday for its organizational session. House Majority Leader Micky Hammon of Decatur nominated ...
28, Jan 2015 - Justice Court opening attracts 18 lawyers
William Kephart’s election to the Clark County District Court bench created an opening in Las Vegas Justice Court, and 18 lawyers are now vying for the seat.
28, Jan 2015 - Former drilling exec faces more than 7 years in $9M theft
PITTSBURGH (AP) — The former chief operating officer of a western Pennsylvania drilling company faces more than seven years in prison when he's sentenced for embezzling more than $9 million to feed his casino gambling habit.
28, Jan 2015 - Fire forces 200 inmates from century-old Pennsylvania prison - Quincy Herald-Whig | Illinois & Miss
SUNBURY, Pa. (AP) - A large fire tore through a nearly 140-year-old prison on Wednesday, forcing the evacuation of more than 200 inmates. There were no reported inmate or staff injuries, but the Northumberland County Prison appeared to have been destroyed, county officials said.
28, Jan 2015 - Mount Olive correctional officer charged with copper theft
The Associated Press MOUNT OLIVE, W.Va. - A Mount Olive Correctional Complex correctional officer has been charged with stealing copper from the maximum-security prison. West Virginia State Police tell media outlets that 29-year-old Lyle Russell Lesher Jr. of Lansing is accused of stealing more than 1,275 pounds of copper rods and wires from the prison's roof and from behind a building at the ...
28, Jan 2015 - Former Chauncey marshal gets 10-year prison sentence for role in Glouster drug ring
The final defendant in the Glouster-based prescription painkiller drug ring busted last spring, a former Chauncey village marshal, has taken a plea deal and been sentenced to 10 years in prison.
28, Jan 2015 - Woman uses identities of prison inmates in tax fraud scheme, state says
A New Orleans woman has been charged in a scheme that involved filing false state income tax returns in the names of unsuspecting people, including inmates.
28, Jan 2015 - Tor pedo torpedoed: Ex-US cybersecurity guru jailed for 25 years in abuse pics sting
Maintains innocence, claims he was just trying to 'defeat Tor' A former US government cybersecurity official who was arrested in 2013 on charges of participating in an online pedophile ring has been sentenced to 25 years in prison.…
28, Jan 2015 - Ex-State Police lab director sues over demotion
By Kate White The former director of the West Virginia State Police forensic laboratory is suing the State Police, claiming she was demoted in retaliation for voicing concerns about conditions at the lab. Soraya M. McClung, who became director of the lab in 2007, resigned earlier this year after being demoted to an analyst, according to a lawsuit filed Thursday in Kanawha Circuit Court. "During ...
28, Jan 2015 - Wilentz Partner John Hogan Speaking at NJICLE Seminar on January 24
Wilentz, Goldman & Spitzer criminal law attorney, John Hogan, will be speaking at a seminar titled “DWI Update 2014/2015” at the New Jersey Law Center in New Brunswick. (PRWeb January 13, 2015) Read the full story at
28, Jan 2015 - Oklahoma prisons boss 'confident' staff can carry out first executions since problematic on
OKLAHOMA CITY — One week before a man's scheduled execution for killing a baby, the head of Oklahoma's prison system said he's confident in his staff's ability to carry out the first lethal injection in the state since one went awry in April.
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