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03, Sep 2014 - Marriage equality campaign launches as same-sex marriage case heads to federal appeals court
The online campaign, an effort from three state pro-gay marriage organizations, is designed to educate and change public opinion.
03, Sep 2014 - Florida Man Sentenced to 25 Years For Raping Child in Tennessee
An Oviedo, Florida man currently serving 15 years for sexual battery on a minor has received an additional 25-year sentence for raping the same child in Tennessee. Marc Anthony Baechtle, 46, will serve a 25-year prison sentence in Tennessee subsequent to completing the remaining eight years of his Florida sentence.… [ Read more ] [ Subscribe to the comments on this story ]
03, Sep 2014 - Dems’ last ditch hope: Force a shutdown to save the Senate
Broad executive action by President Obama to legalize illegal immigrants may be strategy to goad Republicans into pre-elections government shutdown.
03, Sep 2014 - Trial begins for man accused in 2013 Uintah County murder
Opening statements are expected Tuesday morning in a trial for a Utah man accused of murdering an acquaintance last year. Jesse Anthony Saenz, 24, is charged in 8th District Court with murder, a first-degree felony, as well as theft and possession of...
03, Sep 2014 - Fabian & Clendenin Makes 2014 Mountain States Super Lawyers and Rising Stars Lists
A total of 24 lawyers at Fabian & Clendenin in Salt Lake City have made the 2014 Mountain States Super Lawyers List and Rising Stars List. (PRWeb August 12, 2014) Read the full story at
03, Sep 2014 - Man ordered to pay back victim in child porn case
A judge says a Wisconsin man convicted in a child pornography case in North Dakota must pay $3,250 to one of the victims.
03, Sep 2014 - Retirements bring change to N.C. courts, elections
RALEIGH - Musical chairs on North Carolina's appeals courts are bringing more intrigue to statewide judicial elections heading into November. But anticipated injections of outside money this fall may be what increases voter attention to otherwise low-key court races.
03, 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.
03, Sep 2014 - Court Date Set for Man Accused of Shooting, Killing Father
Dustin burrow will face an Arkansas judge Sept.19 on capitol murder and aggravated robbery charges.
03, Sep 2014 - Three men sentenced to life in prison for deadly Bellflower robbery
Three men have been sentenced to life in state prison without the possibility of parole for a deadly drug-related home-invasion robbery, authorities said.
03, Sep 2014 - Police union drops last union challenge
The state's largest police union has dropped its challenge to Gov. Scott Walker's public union restrictions, ending the last legal fight over the contentious prohibitions. The Wisconsin Law Enforcement Association filed a lawsuit in 2012 alleging the restrictions violated its right to free speech, association and equal protection. A Dane County judge dismissed the case last year, saying the law ...
03, Sep 2014 - Two Hennepin County judge races have plenty of hopefuls
Twelve attorneys will vie for two open Hennepin County judge seats in Tuesday’s primary.
03, Sep 2014 - Cincinnati mayor wants Ohio's same-sex marriage ban stricken
Cincinnati Mayor John Cranley has joined other Ohio mayors in asking the three-judge panel to strike down the state's ban.
03, Sep 2014 - Raleigh Personal Injury Law Firm Hardison & Cochran Teams Up with UNC-CH Football to Promote Autism
Ben Cochran of Hardison & Cochran, Attorneys at Law, says firm will sponsor UNC Tar Heels’ season-opening game and public service ads on behalf of Autism Society of North Carolina throughout season. (PRWeb August 20, 2014) Read the full story at
03, Sep 2014 - Yakima may appeal voting rights ruling
Tue, 02 Sep 2014 20:04:22 GMT By Mike Faulk Yakima Herald-Republic Color/BlackColor/BlackEttl The Yakima City Council may yet appeal a federal court ruling that the city’s current election system violates the federal Voting Rights Act, but not for now. The council met in executive session for an hour Thursday morning with attorneys to discuss the ...
03, Sep 2014 - Willingboro murder sentence delayed over jail credit
A disagreement over credit for time served in jail has delayed the sentencing of a Willingboro man who pleaded guilty to fatally beating a gas station attendant last year.
03, Sep 2014 - Maple Shade ax murder convict wants new trial
The attorney for an Ecuadorean man convicted of killing his young wife with an ax in their Maple Shade apartment 18 years ago has filed a motion for a new trial.
03, Sep 2014 - Man sentenced to 9 years for aggravated DUI in fatal crash
"I hope some day the Adamson family can forgive me a little bit so I can live in peace." TUSCOLA - A judge in Douglas County Monday acknowledged that the prison sentence he gave a Decatur man for killing another man while driving drunk would do little to deter others. Still, Judge Dan Flannell said Edgar Maza needed a "significant sentence to provide society with its retribution" for taking the ...
03, Sep 2014 - Former NFL kicker pleads guilty to criminal damage
Former NFL and University of Arizona kicker Max Zendejas has pleaded guilty to two counts of criminal damage involving a restaurant space he leased from the Tucson school. Pima County prosecutors say the 50-year-old Zendejas could get up to two years in prison when he's sentenced Sept. 30. Zendejas opened a Mexican restaurant and bar called Zendejas 13 across the street from Arizona Stadium in ...
03, Sep 2014 - Attorneys for three Utah gay couples turn to the U.S. Supreme Court
Attorneys for three Utah gay couples formally asked the U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday to take the state's appeal of a favorable gay-marriage ruling, following through on what they said they would do earlier this month.
03, Sep 2014 - Former Broward School Board member makes allegations against renowned attorney
After years of delays, the corruption trial of former Broward school board member Stephanie Kraft and her husband, Mitch, is finally set to begin. But Friday, Kraft and her lawyers were in court making serious allegations of a conflict of interest in the case by one of South Florida's most prominent attorneys. Attorney David Bogenschutz is the go-to guy for politicians in hot water in Broward ...
03, Sep 2014 - Quinton wants blood-alcohol test thrown out of evidence
The man charged in the wedding day crash that killed his bride wants to prevent medical records that show his blood-alcohol level from being used at his trial, claiming the evidence was obtained an...
03, Sep 2014 - Appeal Filed in Federal Court to Block New NC Voting Laws
The NC Board of Elections said the appeal was filed to the U.S. Fourth Circuit, seeking to overturn an order allowing new election laws to go forward, ahead of a trial on their constitutionality.
03, Sep 2014 - Build your own legal case
Equal treatment under the law? Not when so many Montanans are left to represent themselves in civil court by Jessica Mayrer A young woman with her hair tied back in a ponytail takes a break from filling out a stack of divorce and custody documents to reassure her baby, who plays in a car seat perched atop a chair. The woman coos at the child, then directs her attention back to the paperwork and ...
03, Sep 2014 - Vet warned couple that 2 dogs were dangerous
Craig Systma and his 2-year-old granddaughter, Leylah Sytsma. / Courtesy Systma family DETROIT - Three months before two large dogs mauled a jogger to death, a veterinarian who examined them found them "aggressive" and "dangerous" and warned one of their owners that the dogs needed to be treated by an animal behaviorist, according to testimony in a Michigan courtroom Friday.
03, Sep 2014 - Jodi Arias to represent herself at execution trial
PHOENIX — A judge ruled Monday that Jodi Arias can represent herself in the upcoming penalty phase of her murder trial, where jurors will decide whether she is put to death for killing her ex-boyfriend. Arias, 34, was convicted of first-degree murder last year in the 2008 killing of Travis Alexander, but jurors couldn't reach a decision on sentencing. Under Arizona law, while Arias' murder ...
03, Sep 2014 - Wisconsin court rules against raw milk producers
A state appeals court ruled against a pair of raw milk producers Thursday, but sidestepped the issue of whether a person has a right to purchase and consume unpasteurized milk.
03, Sep 2014 - Jury selection for Jodi Arias penalty phase retrial set for Sept. 29
PHOENIX -- An Arizona judge on Wednesday granted Jodi Arias' motion to delay the start of her planned Sept. 8 penalty phase retrial. Arias briefly addressed the judge Wednesday morning before the courtroom was closed to the media and public.
03, Sep 2014 - Autopsy doesn't say why Oklahoma inmate writhed
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — An autopsy on an Oklahoma inmate who died after his troubled execution was halted concluded that he was killed by the lethal drugs, but it doesn't explain why he writhed, moaned and clenched his teeth before he was pronounced dead about 43 minutes after the process began.
03, Sep 2014 - How Will GM (GM) Stock React As Georgia Court Rejects Bid To Throw Out Ignition Suit?
NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- General Motors Co. was unable to convince a Georgia judge to dismiss a lawsuit over the death of a 29- year-old woman that helped trigger the recall of 2.59 million cars over faulty ignition switches, Bloomberg reports. Cobb County State Court Judge Kathryn Tanksley rejected GM’s motion to dismiss the revived lawsuit at a hearing today in Marietta, Ga., and set a trial ...
03, Sep 2014 - AZ abortion case headed to Supreme Court
Arizona Attorney General Tom Horne has asked the U.S. Supreme Court to intervene in the case against the state's new abortion rules.
03, Sep 2014 - Palmdale man faces prison for fatally beating 2-year-old girl
A Palmdale man accused of fatally beating his girlfriend’s 2-year-old daughter has pleaded no contest to one count of second-degree murder, prosecutors said.
03, Sep 2014 - Judge lowers bail for accused romance scam artist
The Cherry Hill man accused of defrauding a woman he met on a dating website may get out of jail before his next day in court.
03, Sep 2014 - State seeks 17 years for Michigan porch shooter
By Aaron Foley DETROIT (Reuters) - Prosecutors are seeking a minimum of 17 years in prison for a white homeowner in a Detroit suburb convicted of murdering a black teenager after shooting her on his front porch last November, a source told Reuters on Thursday. Theodore Wafer, 55, of Dearborn Heights, Michigan, was convicted on Aug. 7 of second-degree murder, manslaughter and felony firearms ...
03, Sep 2014 - Feds Want To Block Potential Evidence Mistakenly Given to Rowland Defense
NEW HAVEN – The U.S. Attorney's office was trying Thursday to block former Gov. John Rowland from using confidential legal communications as part of his defense in his campaign fraud trial next week after learning that prosecutors inadvertently delivered the secret materials to Rowland's lawyers earlier this summer.
03, Sep 2014 - Judge denies special prosecutor request in rampage
DENVER (AP) — The judge in the Colorado theater shooting case has denied a defense request for a special prosecutor to look into a news story about defendant James Holmes.
03, Sep 2014 - Yakima will comply with ruling, may still appeal
Fri, 29 Aug 2014 05:44:01 GMT By Mike Faulk Yakima Herald-Republic Color/BlackColor/BlackEttl The Yakima City Council may yet appeal a federal court ruling that the city’s current election system violates the federal Voting Rights Act, but not for now. The council met in executive session for an hour Thursday morning with attorneys to discuss the...
03, Sep 2014 - Judge: Mamtek CEO committed $1.3M bond fraud
COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) — The former CEO of Mamtek committed fraud to secure almost $1.3 million from bond funds that were supposed to be used to build an artificial sweetener plant in a central Missouri town, a federal judge ruled in a bankruptcy case.
03, Sep 2014 - Greene Co. judge dismisses charges against man who spoke out at public meeting
According to attorneys close to the case, the charges against Eddie Overholt have been dropped. Overholt was arrested at the Greene County Industrial Development Board meeting last month and charged with disrupting a public meeting and resisting arrest.
03, Sep 2014 - Voter citizenship issue goes before federal court
WICHITA, Kan. (AP) — A lawsuit filed by Kansas and Arizona will be argued before a federal appeals court panel this week as the states seek to force federal election officials to impose proof-of-citizenship requirements on national voter registration forms.
03, Sep 2014 - Opelika man sentenced for manslaughter, attempted murder
An Opelika man has been sentenced to 35 years in prison for fatally stabbing one victim, and injuring another. Lee County Circuit Judge Jacob Walker handed down the sentence to Kentarious Beasley on Monday,
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