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29, Mar 2015 - New Jersey Oyster Harvesters and Dealers Sentenced
Illegally trafficking in oysters, falsifying food safety and oyster harvest records, and obstructing justice
29, Mar 2015 - Placement of children delayed as concepts clash
Pima County's courts grapple with an overwhelming number of dependency cases, which remain high after increasing 50 percent in 2012 
29, Mar 2015 - US prosecutor: Defendant was part of al-Qaida conspiracy to attack targets in UK, NYC, Denmark
A U.S. prosecutor says a defendant in a terrorism trial was part of a broad al-Qaida conspiracy to attack targets in England, New York City and Denmark.
29, Mar 2015 - Judges' retirements stress court system
BRATTLEBORO >> One longtime Windham Superior Court judge has retired, and another will follow in less than six months. The departures of Judge David Suntag, whose retirement took effect March 1, and Judge John Wesley, who is scheduled to retire Sept. 1, are leading many to reflect on the two jurists' combined 47 years on the bench.
29, Mar 2015 - Texas, Arkansas bank robber gets 40 years in federal prison
WACO, Texas (AP) — A North Texas man who robbed more than a dozen banks has been sentenced to 40 years in prison in the crime spree that ended in Arkansas.
29, Mar 2015 - AP National News Video
(AP Photo/The Times Leader, Aimee Dilger, File). FILE - In this March 2, 2013, file photo, the casket carrying correctional Officer Eric Williams is brought into Holy Trinity Church in Nanticoke, Pa. The Bureau of Prisons said the vast majority of fede...
29, Mar 2015 - Constantine Cannon Opens San Francisco Office With Three New Lawyers Joining The Firm's Growing
NEW YORK, March 18, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- In a further expansion of its rapidly growing Whistleblower Practice, Constantine Cannon announced the opening of an office in San Francisco, and that well-known Bay Area qui tam whistleblower lawyers Eric Havian, Wayne T. Lamprey and Anne Hayes Hartman will be joining the firm. Havian, a partner of the San Francisco office of prominent whistleblower law ...
29, Mar 2015 - State lawmakers propose bills to reduce the prison population
OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. – Lawmakers are proposing bills to reduce the inmate population. Several are also aimed at rehabilitating offenders and giving them a second chance. Some legislators say this is key to reducing the prison population because so many prisons are full of repeat offenders. Joey Chappell has been out of prison for nearly […]
29, Mar 2015 - Google Trumpets Victory Over MPAA in Mississippi
A federal judge has issued a preliminary injunction with a detailed opinion forthcoming on whether to halt the state's attorney general from issuing subpoenas to Google.
29, Mar 2015 - Iowa City man sentenced for heroin trafficking
An Iowa city man is sentenced to 151 months in prison today for distributing heroin in Eastern Iowa. 
29, Mar 2015 - Darren Sharper sex assault victim might seek restitution
Los Angeles prosecutors said the two local victims of former NFL star Darren Sharper are pleased with a plea deal reached Monday in which Sharper is expected to serve nine years in federal prison to resolve charges that he drugged and sexually assaulted women in four states.
29, Mar 2015 - Ohio Amish to be resentenced after hate-crime convictions are overturned
Sixteen members of a breakaway Amish community from eastern Ohio are scheduled to be resentenced in Cleveland after a federal appellate court overturned their hate crimes convictions.
29, Mar 2015 - Missouri class-action lawsuit over bonding for failed sweetener plant settled for $8.2 million
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. - Investors in a failed north-central Missouri artificial sweetener factory that never was built will get more than $5 million back following a settlement filed earlier this week in federal court. Investment banker Morgan Keegan and St. Louis law firm Armstrong Teasdale ...
29, Mar 2015 - Man charged in street sweeper theft gets prison for drugs
A former Butte Pre-release Center inmate who faces charges alleging he stole a pickup truck fitted with a street sweeper with plans to drive to Mexico has been sentenced to 5 years on drug possession and trespassing charges.
29, Mar 2015 - Sheriff: county jail has no interest in state inmates
SIERRA VISTA — Sheriff Mark Dannels said Cochise County has no interest in housing state prisoners, after a proposal by the governor would see county jails vie to house state inmates, to make up for a reduced request of funding for new private prison beds. Earlier this week Gov. Doug Ducey reduced his budget request for funding 3,000 new private prison beds down to 1,000, indicating that county ...
29, Mar 2015 - North Carolina NAACP reacts to senators not voting for local attorney general candidate
The North Carolina NAACP is reacting to a decision by two state U.S. Senators to not support Loretta Lynch as the country's new attorney general.
29, Mar 2015 - Federal trial of medical marijuana growers begins in Spokane
SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) — Trial began Wednesday in federal court in Spokane for a group of people accused of growing marijuana near Kettle Falls in northeast Washington. The group claims it was medical marijuana. The case is seen as a test of federal drug law in a state that has legalized recreational marijuana. The group […]
29, Mar 2015 - Florida man who shot grandmother with crossbow gets life
LAKELAND — A central Florida man has been sentenced to life in prison for the brutal killing of his grandmother.
29, Mar 2015 - Defendants ask judge to dismiss case
SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) - Defense attorneys are asking a federal judge to dismiss marijuana charges against the so-called Kettle Falls Five. U.S. District Court Judge Thomas Rice said Thursday that he will rule soon on the requests, as trial is scheduled to begin Feb. 23 in Spokane. The federal medical ...
29, Mar 2015 - Manchester Crimewatch City man charged with threatening neighbors
Setarbosnia Rivas was back in Circuit Court-Manchester District Division Monday, accused of threatening neighbors for a second time.
29, Mar 2015 - New Jersey back in court in fight to legalize sports betting
The fight over legalized sports gambling in New Jersey has moved back to a federal appeals court. Attorneys representing New Jersey, the four pro sports leagues and the NCAA argued in front of the 3rd ...
29, Mar 2015 - Multicenter Trial Demonstrates Superiority of Bivalirudin to Heparin Monotherapy and Heparin with T
Data from the BRIGHT trial published today in the Journal of the American Medical Association demonstrated that bivalirudin was superior to both heparin monotherapy and heparin plus tirofiban for patients with acute myocardial infarction (AMI) undergoing percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI). Findings were first reported at last year's Transcatheter Cardiovascular Therapeutics (TCT), the ...
29, Mar 2015 - Nevada AG to ask appeals court to re-hear 'black widow' case
The Nevada state attorney general wants a federal appeals court to reconsider its order for a judge to take another look at the conviction of a former Las Vegas socialite dubbed the "black widow" following the 1995 death...
29, Mar 2015 - US man held for 2 years as witness against son takes stand
HILLSBORO, Oregon (AP) — A man who was jailed for 2½½ years so he couldn't avoid taking the witness stand in his son's murder trial was freed Thursday after providing two hours of often-combative testimony.
29, Mar 2015 - Ag Contracts Transitioning to Ag Consolidation
Omaha agricultural attorney David Domina gave his own perspective on the impacts of consolidation on farming in Nebraska during a speech Friday at the state's flagship university in Lincoln.
29, Mar 2015 - Then There Were 12: Nebraska Ordered to End Same-Sex Marriage Ban
What a difference a couple of years makes. A federal judge has struck down Nebraska’s ban on same-sex marriage, calling it an “unabashedly gender-specific infringement of the equal rights of its citizens.” U.S. District Judge Joseph Bataillon’s decision Monday means that same-sex marriage is now against the law in fewer than one in four states. […]
29, Mar 2015 - Drug Courts Change Lives — and Save Money
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29, Mar 2015 - Trial to begin for Lake Charles man accused of killing aunt
The second-degree murder trial for the Lake Charles man accused of killing his aunt in 2011 was set to begin Monday with jury selection. Authorities said Jeffrey Stephen Doise, who was 17 years old at the time, fatally shot his aunt, Susan Doise, in her Jefferson Drive home on Sept. 29, 2011.
29, Mar 2015 - Saudi convict al-Turki sues federal, state officials for defamation
A convicted Saudi sex offender has sued the state of Colorado, Arapahoe County prosecutors and the FBI in federal court claiming they defamed him by falsely saying he sexually assaulted his maid and had ties to a terrorist.
29, Mar 2015 - Iowa man gets consecutive life terms in killings of parents
A man convicted of killing his parents with a machete on the Meskwaki Nation Settlement in central Iowa has been sentenced to consecutive life terms in federal prison.
29, Mar 2015 - Soccer player gets 8 years in prison for killing referee
DETROIT (AP) — A widow held up a red card, signaling ejection, as a weekend soccer player was sentenced Friday to at least eight years in prison for a punch that killed a Detroit-area referee.
29, Mar 2015 - Florida Supreme Court orders new sentences in juvenile cases
TALLAHASSEE — A 33-year-old woman serving life without parole for the murder of a Panama City-area cab driver when she was 15 will get a new sentence under a ruling by the Florida Supreme Court on Thursday.
29, Mar 2015 - Cedar Falls sex offender headed to federal prison
A Cedar Falls man who failed to register as a sex offender is headed to federal prison.
29, Mar 2015 - 5 Things to Know in Florida for Feb. 25
Your daily look at news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today. SENTENCING SET FOR CHEMIST IN BASEBALL STEROIDS CASE Sentencing is set in South Florida for a black market chemist who supplied banned performance-enhancing substances to a clinic whose customers included professional baseball players and ...
29, Mar 2015 - Human rights groups call Utah firing squad decision 'backward – and backwoods'
Activists point out state is bucking national trend of moving away from death penalty and say it should be following suit ‘not trying to fix the unfixable’ Human rights campaigners have condemned Utah’s decision to reinstate the firing squad as a viable form of capital punishment as “backward” and “brutalizing”. State governor Gary Herbert described the execution method as “a little bit gruesome ...
29, Mar 2015 - Appeals court sets April hearing on Obama immigration action
HOUSTON (AP) — A court hearing has been set for April 17 on whether a temporary hold on President Barack Obama's immigration executive action should be lifted, a federal appeals court announced Tuesday.
29, Mar 2015 - No charges will be filed against Boy Scouts who cut down tree, causing fatal crash
PANGUITCH, Utah — After a five month investigation, Garfield County Attorney Barry Huntington said he has decided not to file charges against a group of Boy Scouts who cut down a tree that fell on State Route 12, resulting in the death of a Colorado man who hit the tree while riding a motorcycle. According […]
29, Mar 2015 - Attorneys in Freedom Industries bankruptcy: 'We just can't wait any longer'
By Ken Ward Jr. Lawyers for Kanawha Valley re sidents and businesses pressed Thursday for some action to free up $3 million in Freedom Industries' insurance money, a move they said they hope will help compensate victims of the January 2014 Elk River chemical leak and allow attorneys to begin pursuing other litigation over the leak. About 20 lawyers representing various groups of leak victims ...
29, Mar 2015 - Montana man gets 70 years in German exchange student's death
MISSOULA, Mont. (AP) — A Montana man wasn't defending his family but rather hunting someone when he shot and killed a German high school student who was trespassing in his garage, a judge said as he sentenced the man to 70 years in prison with no parole possible for at least 20 years.
29, Mar 2015 - Sentencing for 'Real Housewives' Joe Giudice delayed in driver's license case
Reality TV Star Joe Giudice, who was expected to lose his driver’s license this week after earlier pleading guilty in a Passaic County fraud case, can legally drive for a few more weeks. Giudice, who awaits a 41-month sentence in federal prison in an unrelated case, pleaded guilty in October to possessing a fraudulent New Jersey license.
29, Mar 2015 - Maine man faces trial in alleged fake kidnap killing - Woman accused of running granddaughter to de
BANGOR, Maine – With a ski mask, a fake Facebook profile and a plan, police say Kyle Dube thought he could make himself a hero.
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