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26, Nov 2014 - Jury rules in Federal Way's favor in former police officer's wrongful termination suit
A King County Superior Court jury recently found that the city of Federal Way did not wrongfully terminate a long-time police lieutenant twice in 2006 and 2007.
26, Nov 2014 - Trial set in Hilo machete attack
A 21-year-old Pahoa man pleaded not guilty Monday to two counts of attempted murder for a machete attack last month in a housing complex just mauka of the University of Hawaii at Hilo.
26, Nov 2014 - 14-plus years in prison for ringleader of Cuban smuggling group that brought ballplayers to US
MIAMI - The convicted ringleader of a smuggling organization that brought more than 1,000 Cubans into the U.S., some of them baseball players including Texas Rangers outfielder Leonys Martin, was sentenced Monday to more than 14 years in federal prison.
26, Nov 2014 - US 6th Circuit judges behind gay marriage rulings
A look at the judges on the 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals panel that on Thursday upheld anti-gay marriage laws in Ohio, Michigan, Kentucky and Tennessee:
26, Nov 2014 - ‘Kids for cash’ lawsuit moved out of federal court in Pittsburgh
A Pittsburgh federal judge Thursday transferred a lawsuit related to the “kids for cash” scandal to the Middle District of Pennsylvania in Scranton. Gregory Zappala, ...
26, Nov 2014 - Texas Governor Perry gets support in felony case from bipartisan lawyers
By Jon Herskovitz AUSTIN Texas (Reuters) - A bipartisan and high-profile group of lawyers on Monday filed a brief seeking to have abuse of power felony charges against Texas Governor Rick Perry thrown out, arguing the indictment against him is constitutionally flawed. Perry, seen as a possible Republican candidate in the 2016 presidential race, has said he was within his rights as governor in ...
26, Nov 2014 - Merkt back in prison for possession of 'sexually explicit material'
A convicted child killer living in northern Anoka County is going back to prison, for at least a little while. Brian Merkt violated the conditions of his release twice in the last two months, and on Thursday, a judge found that Merkt had been in possession of "adult sexually explicit material."
26, Nov 2014 - After Two Decades, Court Rules S.C. Must Help Poor Rural Schools
On Nov. 12, the South Carolina Supreme Court handed down a ruling more than two decades in the making.
26, Nov 2014 - Man sentenced to 25 years for murder of West Ashley woman
A 25-year-old man has been sentenced to spend the next 30 years in prison for the murder of a West Ashley woman. A jury found Reginald Gordon guilty in the death of 25-year-old Dominique Grant.
26, Nov 2014 - New charge filed against former Utah AG John Swallow
SALT LAKE CITY — Prosecutors have filed a new charge against former Utah Attorney General John Swallow. On Thursday, the Salt Lake County District Attorney filed a second-degree felony charge of accepting a gift. He previously faced a similar charge. Read the new charging documents here: Swallow and former Utah Attorney General Mark Shurtleff face […]
26, Nov 2014 - Attorney: Oklahoma RB Mixon accepts probation
Oklahoma running back Joe Mixon has accepted one year of probation after being charged with punching a young woman at a restaurant in July. Mixon's attorney, Kevin Finlay, said Thursday that Mixon entered an Alford plea in which he acknowledged there was likely enough evidence to convict him of misdemeanor assault while still asserting his innocence. Mixon was to go to trial on Jan. 12, but ...
26, Nov 2014 - Man gets prison and lecture for tattooing girl
A Pennsylvania man received 16 months to five years in prison - and a lecture from the judge -for tattooing a smiley face and a derogatory word on a 12-year-old girl who spent the night at his home last year.
26, Nov 2014 - South Texas man had more than 5M porn images
A South Texas man who acknowledged having more than 5 million pornographic images has pleaded guilty to possession of child pornography. Terry Lee Clark of Corpus Christi faces up to 20 years in federal prison during sentencing scheduled for February. Prosecutors in Corpus Christi on Friday announced the plea from the 48-year-old Clark, who remains in custody over the investigation that began in ...
26, Nov 2014 - State Denies Kaarma's Third Request for Change of Venue
A state judge has denied a third request for a change-of-venue for the trial of a Missoula man charged with shooting a German exchange student in his garage in April.
26, Nov 2014 - Family of New Mexico man who was beaten to death sues, alleging deputies could have done more
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — The family of a New Mexico man who was abducted from his home and beaten to death in attack that also left another man dead has sued the local sheriff's office, alleging that deputies failed to protect their relative.
26, Nov 2014 - Abattis Legal Action Goes From Federal to Washington State Court
Vancouver, BC / ACCESSWIRE / November 10, 2014 / Abattis Bioceuticals Corp. (the "Company" or "Abattis") (OTCQX: ATTBF) (CSE: ATT), wishes to advise its shareholders that end of day ...
26, Nov 2014 - Lawyers Can Limit Use of the Word "Rape" In Court
The feeling and emotion associated with the word means defense lawyers in sexual assault cases do not want it used.
26, Nov 2014 - Texas Gov. Rick Perry goes to court to fight abuse-of-power charges
Two days after he addressed a Republican victory party here before cheering crowds, outgoing Gov. Rick Perry, the longest-serving governor in Texas history, made another appearance Thursday — in court.
26, Nov 2014 - Florida court to rehear ex-FBI agent's murder case
A Florida appeals court in February will reconsider its decision to toss the murder conviction and prison sentence for a former FBI agent in a mob-style killing linked to jailed Boston mobster James "Whitey" Bulger.
26, Nov 2014 - Iowa Supreme Court referees teen girls' fight
The Iowa Supreme Court found itself in an unusual position Friday — the referee in a fight between two teenage girls who shouted insults at each other last year.
26, Nov 2014 - District judge looks back, contemplates retirement
After 16 years as 242nd State District Court judge, Ed Self will retire, effective Dec. 31. Kregg Hukill will take his place on the bench.
26, Nov 2014 - Offender re-entry in Ute Reservation focus of Denver summit
Federal, state and Ute tribal officials met at a summit in Denver on Tuesday to discuss offender re-entry and re-immigration programs for convicts returning to the tribal community from prison.
26, Nov 2014 - For attorney general: DeWine
The Nov. 4 race for Ohio attorney general comes down to who’s more believable, the Republican
26, Nov 2014 - Morning 10: Bank monitors | Brooklyn DNC | Wiz sentencing
Benjamin Lawsky, New York state's superintendent of financial services, said he plans to expand the use of independent monitors at banks even if they haven't been accused of wrongdoing. Democrats... To view the full story, click the title link.
26, Nov 2014 - Former Kansas City Man Pleads Guilty to Two Missouri Bank Robberies
A former Kansas City, MO, man has pleaded guilty in federal court to robbing banks in Columbia, MO, and Jefferson City, MO.
26, Nov 2014 - Judge rules Knoxville baby can be baptized against mother's will
Divorces and custody cases often turn into disputes over issues regarding children where the parents don't see eye to eye. For two people in Knox County, that issue is baptism and a judge made the call on which tradition would win out.
26, Nov 2014 - Judge overturns Montana same-sex marriage ban (+video)
A federal judge ruled Wednesday that Montana's constitutional amendment limiting marriage to a man and woman violates the 14th Amendment's Equal Protection Clause.
26, Nov 2014 - Judge imposes conditions on Maine nurse, rejects stricter measures: lawyer
NEW YORK (Reuters) - A Maine judge imposed certain conditions on an American nurse who treated Ebola patients in Sierra Leone but rejected a bid from state officials for more restrictive measures, her lawyer told Reuters. Charles LaVerdiere, chief judge of Maine District Court, on Thursday had earlier instructed Kaci Hickox to avoid "public places" like shopping centers and to maintain a three ...
26, Nov 2014 - Former TCU student pleads guilty in Pickens heroin death
A former TCU student who was accused of murder for giving a fatal injection of heroin to the grandson of billionaire T. Boone Pickens was sentenced Monday to 10 years… Click to Continue »
26, Nov 2014 - Washington County president judge relieved of administrative duties
Washington County President Judge Debbie O’Dell Seneca was relieved of her administrative duties Wednesday in an effort to bring “new perspective, renewed collegiality and greater collaborations” to the courthouse, the Administrative Office Pennsylvania Courts said in a news release.
26, Nov 2014 - Punishment harsher for crimes committed during lava emergency
Police in Hawaii say sentencing could increase while an emergency declaration is in effect on Big Island
26, Nov 2014 - GT Advanced, Apple try to keep lid on COO's comments
Attorneys for Apple Inc. and GT Advanced Technologies worked feverishly Thursday to keep sealed the written comments from a top GT Advanced executive that discussed what led to a fractured business relationship and GT Advanced's Oct. 6 bankruptcy filing.
26, Nov 2014 - Obama's Immigration Action: Explanation & Reaction
President Barack Obama laid out his executive action on immigration yesterday. You can read his whole speech here or check out a breakdown of the elements prepared by the White House here. Talking Points Memo breaks down what it all means here. Here's reaction from various Arizona elected officials: Southern Arizona Congressman Raul Grijalva: Today marks a turning point for our nation.… [ Read ...
26, Nov 2014 - Man gets 5 years for mailing marijuana to Illinois
A 24-year-old California man has been sentenced to five years in prison after pleading guilty to a marijuana delivery scheme that prosecutors say also involved his parents in Illinois.
26, Nov 2014 - Evidence thrown out in Devils Lake fishing bust
A judge has ruled that North Dakota game wardens improperly searched a Devils Lake rental home where five Wisconsin anglers were caught last summer with what authorities said was an illegal amount of fish.
26, Nov 2014 - Iowa man sentenced in 100 mph trooper chase
Authorities say he tried to run over a trooper who had crashed his car.
26, Nov 2014 - Brewer & Pritchard, P.C. Comments on Allegations of Medicaid Fraud by City of New York, Computer Sc
Accusations that New York City officials worked with contractors allegedly to defraud Medicaid of tens of millions of dollars cannot be taken lightly, according to J. Mark Brewer of Texas Medicaid fraud law firm Brewer & Pritchard, P.C. (PRWeb November 05, 2014) Read the full story at
26, Nov 2014 - Davis County to begin repaying inmates who were part of ‘Pay For Stay’
DAVIS COUNTY , Utah – Inmates in Davis County who had money taken out of their jail accounts to pay for lodging and medical expenses will get their money back. The Davis County Commission approved a resolution Tuesday declaring the county’s intent to repay money taken in the controversial “Pay For Stay” program for several […]
26, Nov 2014 - Boise State defeats Idaho in hoops showdown
As football fans debate and look forward to Boise State’s bowl game destination, BSU renewed its rivalry with Idaho on the basketball court Tuesday night.
26, Nov 2014 - Delaware Court Rules in Kinder Morgan’s Favor Regarding Merger Voting Requirements
The Delaware Chancery Court has denied a preliminary injunction sought by plaintiffs who wanted to block the Nov. 20, 2014, vote by Kinder Morgan Energy Partners, L.P. unitholders on the proposals related to the merger transactions under which Kinder Morgan, Inc.
26, Nov 2014 - Florida Polo Club Founder Gets 16 Years for Fatal Crash
John Goodman, the Florida polo tycoon who got his first conviction set aside in the death of a 23-year-old man whose car he slammed into with his Bentley, was sentenced to 16 years in prison.
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