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21, Nov 2014 - Trial evidence depicts bloody scene
BISBEE — The bloody aftermath of the deadly confrontation between murder suspect Antonio Molina and the victim, Jonathan Gibson, in Tombstone last year was illustrated by various pieces of physical evidence presented at his ongoing trial on Friday. Testimony during the trial’s second day consisted of law enforcement officials recalling the initial stages of the investigation into Gibson’s ...
21, Nov 2014 - Poll shows which judges are worthy of retention
CHEYENNE - Two Laramie County judges are facing retention this year: District Judge Steven Sharpe and Circuit Judge Denise Nau. If you haven't interacted much with the state's First Judicial District, those names probably don't sound familiar.
21, Nov 2014 - Intl court: No action against Israel over aid boat
Israeli forces may have committed war crimes when they stormed an aid flotilla boat heading to Gaza, but the possible crimes aren't grave enough to merit a prosecution at the International Criminal Court, the...
21, Nov 2014 - Indiana Supreme Court rules right to work law is constitutional
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (Nov. 6, 2014)– In a 5-0 decision, the Indiana Supreme Court ruled Thursday that Indiana’s right to work law prohibiting involuntary union dues does not violate the Indiana Constitution. The Supreme Court decided the State of Indiana’s appeal of a Lake County court’s ruling last year that had struck down the right to […]
21, Nov 2014 - Texas death row inmate loses state court appeal
Texas’ highest criminal court on Wednesday denied an appeal from Kimberly Cargill, at left, who is on death row for the slaying of her developmentally disabled baby sitter in June 2010. Cargill, 47, of Whitehouse, is one of seven condemned women in Texas.
21, Nov 2014 - Pension reform battle in court today
State employees and retirees are preparing to argue in court that the Illinois Constitution bars lawmakers from cutting their pension benefits.
21, Nov 2014 - Woman accused of stealing over $250,000 to serve jail time
A Lake Charles woman accused of stealing over $250,000 from her employer will serve jail time.
21, Nov 2014 - Court upholds man’s conviction in 2011 slayings
The Nevada Supreme Court has rejected the appeal of Marco Guzman, sentenced to a life term in prison in the slaying of a Las Vegas man and his girlfriend. The court said Guzman received ...
21, Nov 2014 - Purdue student's killer found dead in prison cell
An Indiana man who fatally stabbed and shot a fellow Purdue University student this year was found dead from an apparent suicide in his prison cell, state correction officials said Wednesday.
21, Nov 2014 - Three sentenced for robbery of Bensalem man
Three Philadelphia residents will spend at least a year in state prison for their admitted roles in the robbery of a Bensalem man after they tricked him, took his money and tried to throw him out of a
21, Nov 2014 - Attorney retires after more than four decades
David All closes office
21, Nov 2014 - Biz News: Ex-assemblyman joins Costa Mesa law office
Southern California law firm Theodora Oringher has added Rod Pacheco as a senior attorney for its Costa Mesa and Los Angeles offices, leading the white collar/investigations practice division.
21, Nov 2014 - Witnesses say death penalty defendant was neglected, abused while growing up
SEBRING — A man facing the death penalty for murdering a state trooper in 2007 asked on Thursday to be returned to prison rather than continuing to attend a hearing on whether he should be granted a new trial.
21, Nov 2014 - Controversial pot shop in Oceanside to close
Medical marijuana shop fought the city in court to stay open but ultimately failed.
21, Nov 2014 - Former judge in 'Kids-for-Cash' scandal demands $130K from co-conspirator's in-laws
Jailed former Luzerne County Judge Michael T. Conahan has written to the in-laws of his co-conspirator, Mark A. Ciavarella Jr., demanding they repay nearly $130,000 he says they owe him.
21, Nov 2014 - Judge to review sealed evidence in terror case
BOWLING GREEN, Ky. (AP) — A federal judge wants to review sealed evidence against an Iraqi man convicted in a Kentucky terrorism case who hopes to gain access to his complete case file.
21, Nov 2014 - Court cases in Jackson Co. in limbo due to slow transfer
Criminal court cases against nearly a dozen people in Jackson County remain in limbo Thursday night.
21, Nov 2014 - Pennsylvania Innocence Project: freeing the innocent one by one
Locked in a prison cell serving a life sentence with no possibility of parole, and at times, no hope it would ever change. That’s how one Pennsylvania man spent 15 years of his life. In 1998 a jury found Gene Gilyard guilty of murder. But it was a murder he didn’t commit and didn’t even […]
21, Nov 2014 - Utah State Bar warns of fake attorney scam
April Floyd needed an attorney. In 2012, her son, Troy Floyd, was arrested in Salt Lake City by members of Utah's Joint Criminal Apprehension Team. The Floyds felt the arresting officers used excessive force - and wanted to explore the possibilities ...
21, Nov 2014 - No easement necessary for Harmony landowners to rebuild barn, court rules
In a legal victory for three Harmony property owners, a California appellate court has reversed itself on the question of whether they must provide a mile-long public easement on a… Click to Continue »
21, Nov 2014 - Texas Panhandle woman sentenced to life term for slaying
A Texas woman who abducted a 2-week-old girl after seeing a Facebook posting about the newborn must serve life in prison for killing the baby's mother.
21, Nov 2014 - Fake Fort Hood soldier gets 2 years for bank scam
A Texas man who faked being a Fort Hood soldier has been sentenced to two years in federal prison in a bank scam targeting new Army enlistees.
21, Nov 2014 - Man pleads guilty in hash oil explosion - Fri, 21 Nov 2014 PST
A 25-year-old man faces five years in federal prison after pleading guilty to sparking an explosion in January while trying to make hash oil. Donnivan L. Whitcher told a federal judge Thursday he and a friend were using butane to leach the psychoactive element of marijuana from plants on Jan. 27 when a propane torch ignited vapor. The explosion in his kitchen at the Center Court apartments on ...
21, Nov 2014 - U.S. judge gives ex-Colombian rebel 27 years prison for taking hostages
By Aruna Viswanatha WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A U.S. judge sentenced a former member of a Colombian rebel group to 27 years in prison on Friday for his role in keeping three Americans hostage in the Colombian jungle in the mid-2000s. While the man, Alexander Beltran Herrera, did not have much contact with the hostages, his unit kept them for around two years. Herrera had also been responsible for ...
21, Nov 2014 - US sends 5 Guantanamo detainees to European resettlement
Five prisoners have been released from Guantanamo Bay as part of a renewed effort to close the detention center on the U.S. Navy base in Cuba, officials said Thursday. Their release brings the total prison population to 143.
21, Nov 2014 - Texas convict named Lucky loses state court appeal
The Texas Court of Criminal Appeals on Wednesday refused an appeal contending the 46-year-old convicted sex offender received deficient legal help when a Dallas County judge sentenced him in 2005 to consecutive sentences of 10 and 15 years for two sexual assaults.
21, Nov 2014 - Butte man gets life in prison in infant's death
BUTTE, Mont. (AP) — A Butte man convicted of beating his infant daughter to death last year was sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole.
21, Nov 2014 - U.S. Supreme Court rejects Whitman Capital founder's appeal
By Lawrence Hurley WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday left intact California hedge fund manager Douglas Whitman's conviction for insider trading relating to two trading schemes from 2006 to 2009. The high court let stand a February decision by the 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals that rejected Whitman's arguments that his conviction was tainted because the trial judge ...
21, Nov 2014 - Woman sentenced for kidnapping mother, infant
ROCHESTER, N.Y. (AP) — A New York woman has been sentenced to 20 years in prison for kidnapping a Pennsylvania woman and her infant after escaping police custody at a hospital while she was pregnant.
21, 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 ...
21, Nov 2014 - New postcard questions Joyce’s ‘qualifications’
Cole County voters on Friday received another postcard from the Washington, D.C.-based Republican State Leadership Committee, promoting arguments for voting against incumbent Democrat Pat Joyce in her re-election bid for a third six-year term as a circuit judge.
21, Nov 2014 - Why are so many DWI cases dismissed?
The Department of Motor Vehicles reports that 366 people died in alcohol-related crashes in North Carolina in 2013. Nearly 60,000 people went to court to face charges of Driving While Impaired in the 2013-14 fiscal year in North Carolina. More than 60 percent were found guilty of a crime related to the DWI offense. About 21 percent of the cases were dismissed - not by judges, but by prosecutors.
21, Nov 2014 - Wednesday evening Montana news headlines
GREAT FALLS -- U.S. District Court judge Brian Morris in Great Falls ruled on Wednesday in favor of four Montana same-sex couples suing for the right to marry.
21, Nov 2014 - Judge Voids Sweetheart Broadband Contract After Idaho Shells Out Millions
The future of the Idaho Education Network hangs in the balance in the shadow of a ruling from a 4th District Court judge who said Idaho broke the law in its award of a broadband contract. When Syringa Network lost a bid to be a broadband provider for Idaho's statewide network to link public schools and libraries—in spite of the fact that Syringa's bid was the least expensive and most technically ...
21, Nov 2014 - Ex-trooper's cousin fit for trial
A Little Rock man who was charged last year alongside former Arkansas State Police Lt. Sedrick Reed in a conspiracy to sell drugs stolen from a police property room has now been deemed competent to stand trial.
21, Nov 2014 - Embezzlement case continues for former Routt County couple
A former Routt County couple accused of embezzling nearly $5 million from window-covering company Hunter Douglas will continue to work through the case in Colorado's U.S. District Court in Denver.
21, Nov 2014 - Chavez-Nelson fires public defenders on eve of murder trial
As jury selection begins Monday in the first murder trial for a bloody night last fall that left two dead in Dakota County, who exactly will represent the defendant is up in the air.
21, Nov 2014 - Key ruling on Illinois pension law expected Friday afternoon
A key first ruling on the state’s landmark pension law is expected to be issued Friday afternoon by a Sangamon County judge who could set the stage for an Illinois Supreme Court showdown over the measure’s legality.
21, Nov 2014 - Springboro grad convicted of Purdue murder found dead in cell
State correction officials say an Indiana man who fatally stabbed and shot a fellow Purdue University student earlier this year has been found dead in his prison cell.
21, Nov 2014 - Polebridge artist gets 10 years
Saying he didn’t believe Ted Ramon had taken responsibility for his actions and made things worse by blaming his 10-year-old victim, Flathead County District Court Judge Robert Allison sentenced the North Fork artist on Oct. 29 to 10 years in prison with four suspended on a single count of sexual abuse of children.
21, Nov 2014 - Former EPISD Superintendent Garcia released from federal custody
Former El Paso Independent School District Superintendent Lorenzo García, who was sentenced to 3½½ years in prison after he was convicted in a cheating scandal, was released from federal custody
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