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24, Oct 2014 - AG: Berkeley School District wrong to pay indicted employee's legal fees
Berkeley County School District's communications director could be on the hook for more than $100,000 the district paid lawyers defending her against ethics and fraud allegations, according to the state Attorney General's Office.
24, Oct 2014 - Maricopa County Attorney seeks delay in no bail
Maricopa County Attorney Bill Montgomery is asking a federal appeals court to delay implementation of a ruling that allows immigrants charged with a serious felony to be released on bail.
24, Oct 2014 - Sexual Exploitation and Abuse of Six Young Children Leads to Lawsuit in Dallas County
DALLAS, Oct. 23, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Six young adults, from north Texas, all sexually abused as children, filed suit today in Dallas, Texas state court against three North Texas Jehovah's Witnesses Congregations (Dallas, Plano, and Greenville), the Watchtower Bible and Tract Society of New York, and an elder.Sexually abused when they were ages 4 through 14, the plaintiffs were ...
24, Oct 2014 - Juveniles driving crime on Baltimore transit systems despite intervention efforts
As Christopher Fisher, Kristina Gibson and their 9-year-old son struggled to blink away the pepper spray in their eyes, they say, the large group of teens who had jumped them on a city sidewalk casually departed the scene on a No. 22 bus.
24, Oct 2014 - Five real estate investors indicted in bid rigging scheme in San Mateo, San Francisco counties
Five real estate investors accused of rigging bids at foreclosure auctions in San Francisco and San Mateo County have been indicted in federal court in San Francisco, according to the U.S. Attorney's Office.
24, Oct 2014 - The Buzz: Bondi wants Florida Supreme Court to rule on gay marriage
Attorney General Pam Bondi said Monday night that she wants the state Supreme Court to decide once and for all whether same-sex couples can marry in the Sunshine State.
24, Oct 2014 - Disbarred lawyer will plead guilty to wire fraud
CEDAR RAPIDS — Brad Huff said he was glad to see that his former attorney, who took over $79,000 from his mother’s estate, was finally charged in federal court after waiting two years....
24, Oct 2014 - NY court shields assets in overseas bank branches
ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) - New York's highest court has upheld the common law doctrine that shields assets in overseas bank branches from being garnished under a U.S. court order.
24, Oct 2014 - Communities Pitch for New Arkansas Prison
Several Arkansas cities and counties have submitted proposals to host a proposed $100 million prison that would house maximum-security inmates in the state.
24, Oct 2014 - Flawed 'Camp X-Ray' still exposes truths in war on terror
One thing director Peter Sattler gets right in the new film "Camp X-Ray" is the way life can entrap even without prison walls. Pvt. Cole, a young soldier played by Kristen Stewart, joins the Army to escape small-town Florida and ends up guarding Ali, a Guantanamo Bay prisoner played by "A...
24, Oct 2014 - Friday: Is it time for A.G. Pam Bondi to drop her fight against gay marriage?
Florida's Attorney General, Pam Bondi, is at it again. Just Wednesday, she filed papers in Broward County Circuit Court opposing a divorce settlement by two lesbian partners who were joined by civil union in the state of Vermont.
24, Oct 2014 - Natchez man loses appeal
The Mississippi Supreme Court declined Thursday to hear an appeal from a Natchez man seeking a new trial for shooting at an Adams County sheriff's deputy in 2006. Anthony Donnell Williams is serving a 30-year sentence. In 2007, Williams pleaded guilty to aggravated assault on a law enforcement officer and other charges. Williams wanted a new trial because of what he called a faulty indictment. A ...
24, Oct 2014 - Former Utah A.G.'s headed back to court, both want separate trials
Former Utah Attorney General John Swallow wants his criminal case separated from the case against his predecessor Mark Shurtleff, and he wants the state to return his $10,000 in cash. Both ex-attorneys general are expected to make their second court appearances Monday.
24, Oct 2014 - Local Veteran Who Entered White House Pleads Not Guilty
A Central Texas veteran who was tackled after jumping a fence and entering the White House pleaded not guilty Wednesday during a brief hearing in U.S. District Court in Washington.
24, Oct 2014 - Protest planned as judge eyes reducing sentence of man convig
With victims-rights supporters expected to be standing outside in silent protest, a judge will hear motions Tuesday morning in Carroll County Superior Court both for and against his decision to decrease the original sentence he handed down to a Wakefield man convicted of sexually assaulting a 7-year-old girl in 2006.
24, Oct 2014 - FBI chief: New Apple and Google phone encryption could cost lives
The FBI director is criticizing the decision by Apple and Google to encrypt smartphones data so it can be inaccessible to law enforcement with a court order.
24, Oct 2014 - The Spider Man
He is six eight. Call him a gentle giant. John “Spider” Christiansen from Clinton is a local bowling legend. Spider got his nickname years ago. He acquired it on the intramural basketball court ...
24, Oct 2014 - Judge sets bail at nearly $5.5 million for Black Muslim Temple members
A judge on Thursday set a combined bail of nearly $5.5 million for seven people charged in a massive fraud scheme allegedly run out of a Black Muslim temple in Oakland.
24, Oct 2014 - Lonnie Williams
Lonnie W. Williams of Wilseyville died Monday, Sept. 29, 2014. He was 83. Mr. Williams was born May, 17, 1931. He served in the U.S. Navy, traveling to many countries aboard the U.S.S. Chikaskia. He retired from California State Prison at Mule Creek.
24, Oct 2014 - Resources available to help voters make educated decisions on judges
Residents this election season will not find the names of James Garrecht and Shelley Hill on yard signs. Both judges are up for retention, but in Colorado, judges are not allowed to campaign for their jobs unless there is an organized effort to unseat a judge. Rather than seeking election, judges seek retention during election season, but there still are resources available to help voters ...
24, Oct 2014 - Romanian organized crime ring busted in Acadiana
Seven people were arrested in Lafayette on Tuesday, and two suspects are still wanted in connection with an online sales scam by a Romanian organized crime ring, authorities said.
24, Oct 2014 - Judge blocks law banning campaigning near polls
FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) - A Kentucky law banning election-day campaigning near polling places was struck down Tuesday by a federal judge, who ruled the 300-foot buffer impedes free speech by reaching private homes and yards. The ruling by U.S. District Judge William O. Bertelsman came three weeks before voters head to the polls to decide a long ballot of local, state and federal races. Those races ...
24, Oct 2014 - Investigators: Edgewater man was cooking meth in home with children
A man who faced 10 years prison in West Virginia for manufacturing methamphetamine but had the charges dropped there was arrested again and charged with producing the drug, this time in Florida, authorities said.
24, Oct 2014 - Moab Free Health Clinic offers first Spanish only drop-in clinic on Sept. 26
For the last nine years, the Moab Free Health Clinic has focused on providing health services to uninsured and underinsured members of the Moab community. With the addition of a new provider, executive director Beth Joseph is hoping that the clinic will be able to serve even more individuals.
24, Oct 2014 - Former U.S. Attorney General Defends North Dakota Ballot Measure No. 1
Ballot Measure No. 1 brings passionate debate from all sides of the political spectrum.
24, Oct 2014 - Statewide counterfeit credit card ring busted
The Attorney General’s Office busts a counterfeit credit card ring that used dozens of counterfeit cards with matching driver’s licenses to make purchases and cash advances at banks across the state. The investigation, led by agents from the Attorney General’s Bureau of Criminal Investigations, revealed the alleged theft of tens of thousands of dollars and […]
24, Oct 2014 - Dec. 15 trial set for northern New York couple in kidnapping, sexual abuse of 2 Amish girls
SYRACUSE, N.Y. — A December trial date has been set for the couple charged with kidnapping two Amish girls from a roadside produce stand last summer in northern New York.
24, Oct 2014 - Senate confirms 3 for Oahu, Hawaii bench
The state Senate has confirmed the appointments of three judges.
24, Oct 2014 - Davenport man gets life in prison for sexual abuse
A Davenport, Iowa man was sentenced to life without the possibility of parole after he was convicted of first-degree sexual abuse in Muscatine County.
24, Oct 2014 - Members of Romanian Organized Crime Ring Allegedly Operating in Acadiana
Seven people have been arrested today on felony racketeering charges for participating in an online sales scam, announced Attorney General Buddy Caldwell. The suspects are believed to be members and affiliates of Romanian organized crime. The arrested individuals are charged with felony racketeering for stealing approximately $1.4 million from more than 500 people who were victimized by an ...
24, Oct 2014 - Pennsylvania's Megan's Law mandate unfairly punishes offenders, court rules
Some of Pennsylvania's latest sex offender registration requirements run afoul of a constitutional ban on laws that create new penalties for people who have already paid for their crimes, the Commonwealth Court has ruled.
24, Oct 2014 - Bail for woman found living with dead babies set for $1M
A Massachusetts judge on Tuesday ordered a 31-year-old woman found living last month with the bodies of three dead infants in a rodent-infested house held on $1 million cash bail.
24, Oct 2014 - Supreme Court lets stand securities fraud convictions of former Duane Reade executives
WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court has rejected appeals from two former executives of New York City drugstore chain Duane Reade Inc. who were convicted of securities fraud.
24, Oct 2014 - Prison board names Norris interim chief
For 16 years, Larry Norris served as director of the Arkansas Department of Correction before retiring at the beginning of 2010. Now, at 65, Norris will return to the prison system as interim director when Director Ray Hobbs retires Oct. 31.
24, Oct 2014 - FARC Rebel Gets 27 Years in US Prison for Hostage-Taking
A U.S. judge has sentenced a member of Colombia's FARC rebel group to 27 years in prison for his role in the 2003 kidnapping of three Americans whose plane crash-landed in Colombia. In a statement Friday, the U.S. Justice Department said Alexander Beltran Herrera was responsible for moving the three hostages and keeping them imprisoned for part of their five years in captivity. He had pleaded ...
24, Oct 2014 - Feds end probe into fees paid to Pa. judge's wife
PHILADELPHIA (AP) - Federal authorities in Philadelphia say they won't file charges after investigating referral fees paid by law firms to the wife of suspended Pennsylvania Supreme Court Justice Seamus McCaffery.
24, Oct 2014 - Alaska will issue marriage licenses to gay couples
ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) — Alaska will begin accepting marriage applications from same-sex couples Monday after a federal judge struck down the state's ban on gay marriage — one of the first two…
24, Oct 2014 - NYPD 'verbal judo' training
Police reform was the focus of activists and council members protesting NYPD's stop-and-frisk program on the steps of federal court. The program was declared unconstitutional last year, but activists say it has been held up in court because of the police union, which keeps appealing. Tension between NYPD and the public has been an ongoing issue.
24, Oct 2014 - Siskiyou pushes for publication of suction dredging decision
The Siskiyou County Board of Supervisors is urging the publication of a recent decision in the Third District Court of Appeals on the topic of suction dredge mining.
24, Oct 2014 - As Rebs win, Ole Miss balances Dixie and diversity
Ole Miss is enjoying its best football season in a half-century, and that's bringing new attention to Mississippi's flagship university. The Rebels haven't played this well since 1962, which happens to be the same year troops stood up to mob violence to force the University of Mississippi, under federal court order, to admit James Meredith as its first black student. The latest initiative is a ...
24, Oct 2014 - Illinois man receives 23 year sentence for armed robbery
PEORIA - An Illinois man who pleaded guilty to robbing two acquaintances at gunpoint earlier this year has been sentenced to 23 years in prison.
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