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Lawsuit Filed Against Jody Kriss, Former Bayrock Executive & Founder of East River Partners
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Man Charged With Murder In Filer Pleads Not Guilty
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Second Oregon sex offender at Umatilla prison dies unexpectedly in just nine days
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02, Oct 2014 - Amended sentences ordered for three Elkhart teens convicted of felony murder
Felony Murder convictions for three Elkhart teens involved in a deadly 2012 burglary were upheld in Appeals Court Friday, but directions were given to amend their prison sentences. Layman, Sparks and Sharp were all convicted alongside Jose Quiroz, for breaking into the Elkhart home of Rodney Scott on Oct. 3, 2012.
02, Oct 2014 - NCAA says in filing that Pennsylvania can keep $60 million Penn St. fine over Sandusky scandal
College sports' governing body said in a new court filing that it is willing to let Pennsylvania control the $60 million fine Penn State is paying over its handling of the Jerry Sandusky molestation scandal.
02, Oct 2014 - Convicted murderer escapes prison in Amarillo
A man accused of beating a victim to death with a piece of furniture in Harris County has escaped from the Neal Unit in Amarillo, Texas
02, Oct 2014 - Indiana man gets 10 years for molesting baby
A 22-year-old Michigan City man has been sentenced to 10 years in prison after pleading guilty to molesting an 11-month-old girl.
02, Oct 2014 - Repeat offender shows complex DUI challenges
Repeat drunken driver Leslie Thurow walked out of Cook County Jail last Thursday night with orders to stay off the roads and report to probation.
02, Oct 2014 - Judge denies state's request for jury visits
A judge has denied a request by prosecutors that Chittenden County jurors hearing the case of a Vermont man charged with killing a St. Johnsbury teacher be bused to the area for crime scene visits. Allen and Patricia Prue face kidnapping and first-degree murder charges in the 2012 death of Melissa Jenkins. Police allege the Prues lured Jenkins from her home and then killed her. They have pleaded ...
02, Oct 2014 - Perjury trial for Ala. lawmaker set for October
OPELIKA, Ala. (AP) — A Lee County Circuit Court judge has moved the trial for an Alabama lawmaker facing perjury charges to October. The Opelika-Auburn News reported Wednesday that (http://bit.ly/WKCZmO) Judge Jacob A. Walker rescheduled Republican Rep. Barry Moore's trial for the week of Oct. 27. The case was initially scheduled to begin next week. The judge moved the trial based on a request ...
02, Oct 2014 - Judge weighs ending ban on newspaper publication
BIRMINGHAM (AP) — An Alabama judge is considering whether to lift his order blocking the Montgomery Advertiser from publishing material from a utility company document. During a hearing Monday, attorneys for the paper asked Jefferson County Circuit Judge Robert S. Vance to end the ban. They say it's unconstitutional prior restraint. Lawyers for Alabama Gas Corp. argue the paper received a gas ...
02, Oct 2014 - Fleshing Out Nixon’s Vietnam ‘Treason’
Exclusive: Out of the Watergate scandal came a favorite mainstream media saying: “the cover-up is always worse than the crime.” But the MSM didn’t understand what the real crime was or why President Nixon was so desperate, as James DiEugenio explains in reviewing Ken Hughes’s Chasing Shadows .
02, Oct 2014 - Oshkosh man convicted in 1989 murder is appealing
A 55-year-old Oshkosh man serving time for a 1989 murder is appealing his conviction. Mark Price was convicted for the shooting of Michael Fitzgibbon, whose body was shoved under the ice on Lake Butte des Morts. The Oshkosh Northwestern Media reports attorney Byron Lichstein with the Wisconsin Innocence Project at the University of Wisconsin has filed a motion for post-conviction relief. It ...
02, Oct 2014 - Video: Morning News September 26, 2014
ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) – The defense is now taking over in the trial of former APD Sergeant Adam Casaus. He’s charged with vehicular homicide an…
02, Oct 2014 - LDS Church, others urge Supreme Court to hear same-sex marriage case
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and four other faith organizations are urging the Supreme Court to take up Utah's same-sex marriage case. A wide array of interest groups filed amicus briefs Friday urging the high court to intervene.
02, Oct 2014 - Prison inmate charged in 2 Indianapolis double homicides
INDIANAPOLIS - Police say they've served an Indiana prison inmate with four murder warrants stemming from two double homicides in Indianapolis earlier this year.
02, Oct 2014 - Court rulings let 1 Seeley-Swan logging project go forward, halt 1 other
A pair of contrary court decisions let one Seeley-Swan logging project go forward while holding up another a few miles away.
02, Oct 2014 - Gun case draws look from Dancer
Several weeks after reports surfaced that Shaneen Allen, a Pennsylvania woman who may face prison time because she entered New Jersey with a legal firearm in her possession, one state legislator is proposing a bill that he says will provide relief from mandatory minimum sentences for certain firearms offenses. read more
02, Oct 2014 - Wallace: The trials of Greg Oden
After finally returning to NBA, former No. 1 pick faces new obstacle in judicial court
02, Oct 2014 - Locals react to Court of Appeals voting decision
ASHEBORO — A decision by the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals reinstating same-day registration and out-of-precinct voting in North Carolina ahead of the general election in November has election officials worried and local GOP officials angry.
02, Oct 2014 - Man gets 10 years in girlfriend's explosives death
EL CAJON, Calif. (AP) — A 41-year-old man has been sentenced to 10 years in prison for setting off a homemade cannon-like device that killed his longtime girlfriend in Southern California.
02, Oct 2014 - GOP asks WVa high court if it can fill ballot slot
Kanawha County Republicans have filed a challenge with the West Virginia Supreme Court to fill an empty House of Delegates ballot slot.
02, Oct 2014 - Arkansas Leader: Killer of teen girl working in Cabot school
Garrick Feldman at the Arkansas Leader dug up this fine story last week: A murderer who is serving a life sentence without parole was installing a wall mat this week at the Cabot Junior High North gym as part of a prison work-release program. Glen Martin Green, who works inside the prison system for Arkansas Correctional Industries, has been in the factory and repair program at the Tucker Unit ...
02, Oct 2014 - Lawsuit on Minn. sex offender program to be bench trial
The constitutionality of Minnesota's sex offender treatment program will be determined by a federal judge, not a jury, under a ruling issued Tuesday.
02, Oct 2014 - Steele supporters say government responsible for attorney's death
Edgar Steele, a disbarred North Idaho attorney convicted in a plot to kill his wife, has died in a California prison.
02, Oct 2014 - Court sets Friday hearing in marijuana ballot case
SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) — New Mexico's highest court is giving speedy consideration to a lawsuit by Santa Fe County seeking to place a nonbinding question over marijuana on the November general election ballot.
02, Oct 2014 - Judge Roehr seeking re-election
BROOKINGS – Judge Ronald Roehr of Milbank is seeking re-election as Circuit Court Judge in the Third Judicial Circuit of South Dakota. The Third Judicial Circuit covers 14 counties, including Brookings, in Eastern Central South Dakota.
02, Oct 2014 - U.S. Magistrate Judge
United States District Court District of South Dakota Office of the Clerk Room 128, Federal Building 400 S. Phillips Ave. Sioux Falls, SD 57104-6851 Joseph A. Haas Clerk of Court (605) 330-6600
02, Oct 2014 - iPhone photo leads to settlement against sheriff’s deputy
FORT SMITH — Although the settlement language allows him to claim no fault, a Sebastian County sheriff’s deputy recently accepted an almost $40,000 judgment against him instead of going to trial in a federal civil rights lawsuit.
02, Oct 2014 - Woman sentenced in silicone buttocks injection death
A Mississippi woman convicted of killing a Georgia woman through illicit silicone buttocks injections has been sentenced to life in prison.
02, Oct 2014 - AG: Fugitive sex offender captured in Lake Charles
A child predator who evaded registering as a sex offender in Texas was captured Monday in Lake Charles, according to Louisiana Attorney General Buddy Caldwell's Fugitive Apprehension Unit (FAU). 27-year-old Teddy Joe-Eugene Cunningham was convicted in 2006 in Goshen County, Wyoming of indecent liberties with a child, a crime for which he was required to register as a sex offender for life ...
02, Oct 2014 - Escaped Texas prisoner caught about 8 hours later
State troopers and local law enforcement agencies converged on the area north of Amarillo near the Canadian River and U.S. Highway 287, and took Garcia into custody. Tracking dogs, Potter County sheriff's deputies and Amarillo police had joined corrections officers in the hunt for Garcia, who in June 2010 began serving a 25-year sentence for murder for fatally beating a man with a piece of wood ...
02, Oct 2014 - Court rebuffs Kansas GOP
Democrats won't be required to field a replacement for their withdrawn candidate.
02, Oct 2014 - Harris County convicted murderer who escaped Amarillo prison captured
A convicted killer from Harris County who climbed a fence and escaped early Monday from a prison in Amarillo has been captured, state corrections officials said.
02, Oct 2014 - Illinois man gets 4 years for theft from dead man
A Ladd man has been sentenced to four years in prison after stealing sterling silverware and checks from a man who lay dead in his house for at least a month.
02, Oct 2014 - Peninsula mansion killer David Raley loses mental retardation claim
Judge rejects Santa Clara County condemned killer David Allen Raley's claim that he was mentally retarded at time of 1985 murder of Peninsula teenager.
02, Oct 2014 - Feds sue Wisconsin company over wellness program
The federal government has sued a Wisconsin company over its wellness program, saying the business cannot require employees to participate and punish those who don't.
02, Oct 2014 - Springfield Man Sentenced for Making & Selling K2
SPRINGFIELD, Mo.-- A Springfield man pleaded guilty in federal court Wednesday to a scheme to distribute synthetic marijuana, known as K2. 28-year-old Brandon Franklin was charged with conspiracy to commit mail fraud and to conspiracy to commit money laundering. The United States Attorney for the Western District of Missouri said Franklin sold and shipped Kryp2nite products, which were labeled ...
02, Oct 2014 - Psych Hospital Won’t Treat Franklin Regional Stabbing Suspect
A psychiatric hospital has cited security concerns in its decision to refuse treatment to a teenager awaiting trial on charges he stabbed 20 fellow students and a security guard at his high school.
02, Oct 2014 - Kansas high court to hear offender registry case
The Kansas Supreme Court will hear oral arguments Thursday on whether to uphold a judge's ruling that removed a convicted child molester's name from the state's offender registry — a case with implications for hundreds, if not thousands, of people whose listing requirements were retroactively lengthened.
02, Oct 2014 - NeoStem Establishes Melanoma Scientific Advisory Board to Support Anticipated Phase 3 Trial
NEW YORK -- NeoStem, Inc. ("NeoStem" or the "Company," Nasdaq:NBS), a leader in the emerging cellular therapy industry, announced today its establishment of a melanoma scientific advisory ...
02, Oct 2014 - Kendall County court to apply for two new pre-trial officers
Kendall County court officials would like two new pre-trial officers — but only if the state can pay for it.
02, Oct 2014 - 10 Things to Know for Today - NBC40.net
(AP Photo/Mike Munden). L'Niyah Graham smiles while holding a script during a performance of "The Trial of the Big Bad Wolf" at Clinton Elementary School in Columbus, Ohio, on Thursday, July 17, 2014.
02, Oct 2014 - Program gets $1 million US grant to mentor ex-cons
INDIANAPOLIS - An Indianapolis nonprofit is receiving a $1 million Department of Justice grant to mentor released prison inmates who are mothers and fathers.
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