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Lawsuit Filed Against Jody Kriss, Former Bayrock Executive & Founder of East River Partners
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19, Sep 2014 - Louisiana Gay Marriage Ban Upheld in Rare Win for Backers
District Judge Martin L.C. Feldman said today his conclusion runs counter to all but two other federal court rulings on the subject and is just the second since the U.S. Supreme Court last year struck down the Defense of Marriage Act's mandate that the federal government recognize only unions between a man and a woman. "The court is persuaded that a meaning of what is marriage that has endured ...
19, Sep 2014 - Group Appeals to Michigan Supreme Court in Auto Claims Case
A group is asking the Michigan Supreme Court to force an insurance fund that charges drivers a fee to open its books to the public. The Coalition Protecting Auto No-Fault won its case in Ingham County only to see the … The article Group Appeals to Michigan Supreme Court in Auto Claims Case appeared first on Insurance Journal .
19, Sep 2014 - Appeals court to decide on Wisconsin voter ID law
FILE - In this June 5, 2012 file photo, voting ballots are stacked and ready as voters wait in line to cast their ballot in Milwaukee.
19, Sep 2014 - A look at past problems with lethal injections in US executions
Since Texas became the first state to use lethal injection as its execution method on Dec. 7, 1982, some problems have been reported during the process nationwide. Those include delays in finding suitable veins and needles becoming clogged or disengaged.
19, Sep 2014 - Boston Marathon Bombing Accused Tsarnaev's Defense Team Members Posed As FBI, Says Russia
Russian authorities told the U.S. that the three members of Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev's defense team had falsely identified themselves as FBI employees when they travelled to Russia to investigate the case, reports said Friday. The trial which will decide Tsarnaev's fate, who has pleaded not guilty to 30 charges, will begin in November.
19, Sep 2014 - Killer at 15, Washington man resentenced, now eligible for parole
A Pierce County judge erased Michael Harris’ original sentence of life in prison without the possibility of parole for murdering a Steilacoom man in 1987 and resentenced him to 25 years to life.
19, Sep 2014 - Man sentenced to prison in abuse case
A Moab man who had inappropriate contact with an underage girl on multiple occasions was sentenced Aug. 25 in Monticello to one to 15 years in state prison.
19, Sep 2014 - W.Va. doc accused of illegally prescribing pills
By John Raby The Associated Press A Martinsburg doctor already facing a disciplinary hearing by a state medical board has been indicted on federal charges that she illegally prescribed prescription painkillers, a prosecutor said Wednesday. A grand jury in U.S. District Court in Martinsburg indicted Dr. Tressie Montene Duffy on 100 felony counts of aiding and abetting the distribution of four ...
19, Sep 2014 - Man pleads guilty to sex with teen girl, sent to prison
DECATUR – Brandon L. Peters, a 21-year-old man charged with 10 felony counts of aggravated criminal sexual abuse for a relationship with a girl that began last year, when she was younger than 15 years old, was sentenced Monday to three years, three months in prison.
19, Sep 2014 - Fort Hood noncommissioned officer accused of sexual assault to face trial by court martial
A noncommissioned sexual abuse prevention officer accused of operating a prostitution ring at a central Texas army base will face a military court martial.
19, Sep 2014 - Chief Justice Mark Martin talks history with AHS students
ASHEBORO — N.C. Supreme Court Chief Justice Mark Martin visited with honor history students at Asheboro High School Wednesday as part of his campaign for election to the court.
19, Sep 2014 - Lethal injection issues crop up in US executions
Since Texas became the first state to use lethal injection as its execution method on Dec. 7, 1982, some problems have been reported nationwide, such as delays in finding suitable veins, needles becoming clogged or disengaged and reactions from inmates who appeared to be under stress.
19, Sep 2014 - Reading men will serve jail time for Montgomery 'explosion'
HILLSDALE—The two men responsible for what witnesses described as an explosion in Montgomery a few weeks ago have pleaded no contest to counts of disorderly person.
19, Sep 2014 - SD prison inmate charged with killing cellmate
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) — A South Dakota inmate serving a 75-year sentence on rape and sexual contact charges involving children was indicted Thursday on allegations that he killed his cellmate at the
19, Sep 2014 - Banks seek to block Dunne’s bid to stop US bankruptcy case
Court told trustee has evidence developer had ‘dominative control’ over wife’s assets
19, Sep 2014 - Convicted Texas rapist sentenced to life in prison
EL PASO, Texas (AP) - An El Paso man convicted of rape has been sentenced to life in prison. The El Paso Times ( ) reports that jurors on Thursday sentenced 26-year-old Arturo Valtierra-Payan to four life sentences after he was convicted Tuesday of three counts of aggravated sexual assault and one count of aggravated robbery.
19, Sep 2014 - US judge upholds Louisiana gay marriage ban, criticizing string of rulings (+video)
Saying 'Federalism is not extinct,' the US judge rejected the argument that the US Constitution protects a fundamental right to same-sex marriage.
19, Sep 2014 - Mom of abandoned Jacksonville baby faces attempted murder charge
JACKSONVILLE — A 17-year-old Jacksonville girl faces an attempted murder charge for leaving her hours-old newborn in a dumpster.At a hearing in Morgan County Circuit Court Monday afternoon, the teen was ordered to home confinement while she awaits her next court date. Associate Judge Jeffrey Tobin said the court would allow the girl, whose name isn't being released because she is a minor, to ...
19, Sep 2014 - Environmental groups sue Duke Energy over coal ash pollution
RALEIGH — A coalition of North Carolina environmental groups sued Duke Energy on Wednesday over pollution leaking from the company's coal ash dumps.
19, Sep 2014 - Tennessee death row inmates sue to stop electric chair
By Tim Ghianni NASHVILLE Tenn. (Reuters) - Tennessee death row inmates whose execution dates have been set filed suit on Friday against the state to stop it from using the electric chair. "It was filed because the state of Tennessee stands alone as the only jurisdiction in the entire world which now involuntarily subjects inmates to the electric chair," said federal public defender Kelly Henry ...
19, Sep 2014 - NC Supreme Court reviews right role for considering consumers in electricity rate increases
North Carolina's Supreme Court on Monday took a new look at whether state regulators are doing enough to balance consumer protection against the pursuit of higher rates by the country's largest electric company.
19, Sep 2014 - Mentally ill charged with crimes lack timely access to hospital care
More than 100 patients are waiting in jail for psychiatric beds to open at Western State Hospital.
19, Sep 2014 - Iowa’s newest $132M prison still sits empty
Repairs are still not done at the new Fort Madison prison built to house 800 inmates in maximum security, and there is no timetable for when they'll occupy their new cells.
19, Sep 2014 - Teen charged with attacking ex, trying to light her on fire
KALAMAZOO, Mich. – It was an attack that left a teenage girl in west Michigan with cuts, head injuries and burnt hair. Her ex-boyfriend is now facing charge, including assault with intent to murder, which carries a sentence of up to life in prison. Adam Shigwardja sat motionless while the magistrate read the charges, saying […]
19, Sep 2014 - Jurors shown video of Supreme Court candidate's DWI arrest
What started as a cordial Rosemount traffic stop ended with Michelle MacDonald screaming at police officers to get their hands off her as they pulled her from her car and accusing them of lying to trump up the charges against her.
19, Sep 2014 - Court Martial For Fort Hood Officer Accused In Prostitution Ring
A non-commissioned sexual abuse prevention officer accused of operating a prostitution ring at a central Texas army base will face a military court martial. Fort Hood said Friday that Sgt. 1st Class Gregory McQueen's case will go to trial.
19, Sep 2014 - Cloud 9 Emporium owner pleads to federal charges for synthetic drugs, money laundering
GREENEVILLE — The owner of the now-closed Cloud 9 Emporium smoke shop has agreed to plead guilty to federal charges in connection selling synthetic drugs and laundering money through his business and three other locations in Northeast Tennessee.Daniel Guy Bickley of Bristol, Va., was indicted in U.S. District Court in Greeneville on a 72-count indictment. The charges include conspiracy to ...
19, Sep 2014 - Growth of the “Food Court” in San Francisco Has Leading Food Law Firm Expanding Its Presence in
In keeping one step ahead of the growing popularity of what food industry pundits call the Bay Area’s Food Court, food law firm leader Keller and Heckman LLP reports that Christopher G.
19, Sep 2014 - Court hears arguments over gay marriage's impact - Quincy Herald-Whig | Illinois & Missouri New
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - A federal appeals court in San Francisco waded again into the debate over the constitutionality of gay marriage, with attorneys for both sides arguing over whether legalizing it would harm children.
19, Sep 2014 - Bell pleads to lesser charges in Kevin Quick case
In exchange for a lesser sentence, a “soldier” from the 99 Goonz Syndikate street gang entered a guilty plea on conspiracy charges Friday, but did not admit to any role in the death of Waynesboro poli
19, Sep 2014 - Metts Set to Appear in Court Wednesday
Suspended Lexington County Sheriff James Metts is set to appear in federal court Wednesday for a pre-trial hearing, according to a story from the State’s John Monk . Attorneys could ask Judge Terry Wooten to schedule Metts’ trial for late fall or winter.
19, Sep 2014 - Ten sentenced in Boyd County Circuit court
CATLETTSBURG, Ky. -- Ten people were sentenced to prison Friday in Boyd County Circuit Court, according to the office of Commonwealth's Attorney David Justice.
19, Sep 2014 - [ TALLAHASSEE ]
Published: Thursday, September 18, 2014 at 9:48 p.m. Last Modified: Thursday, September 18, 2014 at 9:48 p.m. The Florida Supreme Court ruled Thursday that the state's main online school can sue over trademark infringement.
19, Sep 2014 - From Statehouse To Big House: A Guide To Governors Gone Bad
The Virginia governor convicted of corruption charges could join a long list of top state officials sent to prison for crimes ranging from bribery to bank fraud.
19, Sep 2014 - East Windsor Arsonist Found Not Guilty By Reason Of Mental Illness
HARTFORD — A judge on Tuesday found that a 75-year-old man set a fire at his East Windsor nursing home two years ago, but also that John H. Turner was not guilty by reason of mental disease.
19, Sep 2014 - Victims' families on the death penalty
While the death penalty can bring closure for some victims' families, it can also mean a decade or longer court battle, dragging out the pain of losing their loved one.
19, Sep 2014 - Fire crews battle serious fire at the Caprock Apartment complex
EL PASO, Texas – The El Paso Fire Department has evacuated residents at the Caprock Apartments on Caprock Court in west El Paso while they battle a serious fire. According to the El Paso Fire Department, four apartment units have been evacuated. ...
19, Sep 2014 - Sheriff's report
August 2711:56 a.m. - At approximately 1400 hours on 08/26/2014, an inmate was transported from the Prowers County Jail to Prowers Medical Center for treatment of a preexisting medical condition.
19, Sep 2014 - Three Roe Cassidy Attorneys Selected for Inclusion in Best Lawyers 2015
Jim Cassidy, Randy Moody, and Clark Price recognized by The Best Lawyers in America® 2015 (PRWeb September 17, 2014) Read the full story at
19, Sep 2014 - A look at problems with lethal injections in US executions in past 3 decades
Since Texas became the first state to use lethal injection as its execution method on Dec. 7, 1982, some problems have been reported nationwide, such as delays in finding suitable veins, needles becoming clogged or disengaged and reactions from inmates who appeared to be under stress.
19, Sep 2014 - Iowa prisons use pricey pill to treat hepatitis C
DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) - The state Corrections Department has started limited use of a hepatitis drug that costs $1,000 per pill. Supporters of Solvadi's use argue that it cures more than 90 percent of people who take it, depending on which virus strain they have, The Des ...
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