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24, Nov 2014 - Nebraska judge announces retirement
Judge Michael High, who has served nearly 17 years on the Nebraska Workers Compensation Court, has announced his retirement, effective Nov. 30. The deadline to apply for the vacancy is Nov. 17.
24, Nov 2014 - Prosecutors want more time to answer murder appeal
Federal prosecutors are asking an appeals court for more time to respond to a Kalispell newlywed's 3,000-page appeal of her second-degree murder conviction for pushing her husband to his death in Glacier National Park in July 2013.
24, Nov 2014 - Boehner sues, slams President
Washington (CNN) -- House Speaker John Boehner said Friday he has sued the Obama Administration in federal court over its decisions to make changes to the President's health care law, which congressional Republicans argue were unconstitutional.
24, Nov 2014 - Man Sentenced to Life for Fatal Nicotine Poisoning
Man sentenced to life in prison for nicotine poisoning 2 decades after California wife's death
24, Nov 2014 - Drug dealer tied to slain North Adams man gets up to 17 years in prison
PITTSFIELD - Calling Ernest Harvin a "professional" drug dealer, a judge sentenced the Williamstown man to up to 17 years in state prison for a slew of heroin and gun charges in a case with links to a slain North Adams man.
24, Nov 2014 - Marathon County Crime Stoppers: Wausau vandalism
One person was killed and two injured in a Taylor County crash Friday, according to the sheriff's department. More >>
24, Nov 2014 - Guns, tech and soy sauce among Pennsylvania ambush suspect's items
The suspect in an ambush that killed a Pennsylvania state trooper and wounded another had a laptop computer and was able to access the Internet during his 48-day flight from authorities, court documents revealed Tuesday. 
24, Nov 2014 - Clyde Bennett II: Dad's crimes mold star lawyer
Gregarious, flamboyant and intimidating in the courtroom, Clyde Bennett II is one of the most well-known trial lawyers in the region.
24, Nov 2014 - Appeals Court Ruling Upholds Same-Sex Marriage Bans In 4 States
Bans on same-sex marriage in Michigan, Ohio, Kentucky and Tennessee were confirmed by a federal court Thursday, reversing lower courts' decisions.
24, Nov 2014 - Maryland governor's office wants to speak with victims of death-row inmates, official says
BALTIMORE — Four men remain on Maryland's death row even though Governor Martin O'Malley signed a bill repealing the state's death penalty last May. But with only two months left in office, O'Malley may be taking action to commute the sentences to life in prison before Republican Larry Hogan takes office.
24, Nov 2014 - Lawter & Associates PLLC Announces Best and Worst Fishermen in 2014 The Last Bass Tournament
The Oklahoma City and Tulsa personal injury law firm is proud to sponsor the annual fishing tournament. (PRWeb November 19, 2014) Read the full story at
24, Nov 2014 - N.C. appeals court upholds video gaming convictions
RALEIGH, N.C. A North Carolina appeals court on Tuesday upheld the convictions of two people for violating a state ban on video sweepstakes games in what state Attorney General Roy Cooper's office said was the first such ruling in a criminal case.
24, Nov 2014 - Billings man sentenced to prison for murder over puppy, gun
BILLINGS - A Billings man who admitted he shot and killed another man over a puppy last a year ago was sentenced Thursday to 40 years in prison.
24, Nov 2014 - California man imprisoned for 36 years was wrongfully convicted, prosecutors say
A man who has spent more than 36 years behind bars for murder was wrongfully convicted and is expected to be released next week. But prosecutors, who said newly tested DNA evidence does not match the man, are leaving the door open for a new trial.
24, Nov 2014 - Springfield Woman Sentenced For Assaulting Agent
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (AP) - A southwest Missouri woman who deliberately struck a federal immigration agent with her car is going to prison for six years and six months. The U.S. Attorney's office says 33-year-old Alisha Johnson, of Springfield, won't be eligible for parole under the sentence she received Tuesday. She was also ordered to pay restitution of $9,900 to the agent and $15,000 to the ...
24, Nov 2014 - Fitness hearing for murder suspect postponed
CHARLESTON -- A court hearing to determine if murder suspect Larry A. Steeples is mentally competent for trial was postponed Monday because the judge in his case wanted more evidence to consider.
24, Nov 2014 - Federal appeals court upholds laws on gay marriage
Federal appeals court upholds laws against gay marriage in Ohio, Michigan, Kentucky, Tennessee.
24, Nov 2014 - Strong and Texas players could testify in dispute
AUSTIN, Texas (AP) - An attorney for Oklahoma State said Wednesday the school could seek sworn testimony from Texas football coach Charlie Strong, Longhorns players and school administrators in its fight to recover nearly $600,000 from former Cowboys assistant Joe Wickline, who is now at Texas. Oklahoma State ...
24, Nov 2014 - Man sentenced for boiling water attack on roommate
BALTIMORE (AP) — A Baltimore man convicted of throwing boiling water on his roommate after a dispute over breakfast sausages has been sentenced to 25 years in prison.
24, Nov 2014 - Judge won't toss most charges against New Mexico teens accused of fatally beating homeless men
A judge has refused to throw out most of the charges against three New Mexico teenagers accused of beating two homeless men to death with cinderblocks and other objects.
24, Nov 2014 - Oregon Woman Being Held In East Timor
The U.S. State Department met with the ambassador of East Timor Friday. Officials discussed a woman from Oregon who’s being held at a prison in the tiny island nation.
24, Nov 2014 - Four candidates vie for judge seat on 11th Judicial District Court
FARMINGTON — Four local attorneys are seeking a seat on the bench at the 11th Judicial District in Aztec.
24, Nov 2014 - Kane's car crash derailed testimony a second time
The early-morning car accident that left Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen G. Kane with a concussion last month occurred hours before she was scheduled to testify in a grand jury investigation into possible improper leaks by her office, according to people with knowledge of the case.
24, Nov 2014 - Report: Adrian Peterson to avoid jail time
Sources are reporting that Adrian Peterson will avoid jail time with a plea deal.
24, Nov 2014 - American freed by North Korea: 'I learned a lot'
Kenneth Bae arrived home after years of imprisonment in North Korea, expressing his gratitude to the U.S. government for securing his release and revealing that his time there offered lessons.
24, Nov 2014 - ‘Worthless’ criminal continues in crime
Jum Jennings, one of Sedalia’s more notorious criminals, continued in his “worthless” and “despicable” path of crime. Although he was a gifted dancer whose appearance at Wood’s Opera House in April was praised by the Sedalia Weekly Conservator, he spent most of his time at brawling and robbery.
24, Nov 2014 - Men convicted in ricin plot to serve prison time
GAINESVILLE, Ga. (AP) — A judge on Friday said the fact that two north Georgia men likely could never have carried out a plot to target the federal government does not make their words and actions any less serious and sentenced each of them to serve 10 years in prison.
24, Nov 2014 - Supreme Court Ruling: Haines City Man Freed After Case Is Overturned
With nearly five years left on his sentence, a 38-year-old Haines City man walked out of prison recently after a court ruled police had improperly searched a cellphone when they discovered thousands of alleged child pornography images.
24, Nov 2014 - Mom accused of tossing autistic son off Oregon bridge arraigned
The woman accused of throwing her 6-year-old autistic son off a bridge on the Oregon Coast has yet to enter a plea, and defense attorneys have indicated they want the court to determine if she is fit to stand trial.
24, Nov 2014 - Inmate, 45, dies in southern Nevada prison
Authorities say a 45-year-old inmate who was serving time for a robbery conviction has died in a southern Nevada prison.
24, Nov 2014 - Hays State Prison settles first wrongful death lawsuit
The first of two lawsuits that blame Georgia prison officials for the escalated violence at Hays State Prison that led to four prisoners death has been settled.
24, Nov 2014 - Aunt sentenced after driving around with niece's body
A woman accused of driving around for hours with the body of her 2-year-old niece in the back seat has been sentenced to 15 years to life in prison in California.
24, Nov 2014 - Theft from parents sends son to prison
COLDWATER — Sherwood Township resident Robert Jory Stevens will go to prison for 16 to 24 months for stealing and using his father’s credit card in May.
24, Nov 2014 - Decision on fate of death row inmate up to judge
FRANKLIN - A northern Indiana judge is nearing a decision on whether a man convicted of abducting and killing a Franklin College student in 1997 should be put to death.
24, Nov 2014 - Judge overturns Montana's gay marriage ban
HELENA, Montana (AP) " A federal judge in Montana on Wednesday overturned the state's gay marriage ban.U.S. District Judge Brian Morris ruled that Montana's constitutional amendment limiting marriage to between a man and a woman...
24, Nov 2014 - Same-sex marriage: Lining up the next round of cases
Lyle Denniston, the National Constitution Center’s adviser on constitutional literacy, looks at two core questions the Supreme Court will need to consider as it evaluates four appeals about same-sex marriage bans.
24, Nov 2014 - Maine man who violently shook, injured baby daughter sentenced to 7 years in prison
A Maine man insisted he is not a violent person, as he was sentenced Friday to seven years in prison for shaking his 6-month-old daughter so forcefully it left her brain damaged, a quadriplegic and unable to see or hear.
24, Nov 2014 - Illinois ranks 49th for how court system serves disadvantaged
Illinois' court system had the third-worst score in the nation among state judiciaries in serving poor, disabled and other disadvantaged members of the public, according to new rankings.Illinois' "Justice Index" score of 34.5 out of 100, determined by the nonprofit National Center for Access to Justice, is based on how states serve people with disabilities and limited English [...]
24, Nov 2014 - Calpers to Go Unchallenged in San Bernardino Bankruptcy
A lawyer for the town revealed its decision yesterday, less than seven weeks after the judge in Stockton, California’s municipal bankruptcy made it easier to impose cuts on Calpers, the biggest public worker pension in the U.S.
24, Nov 2014 - Judges hold state in contempt for jail waitlists
Washington judges have begun holding the state's health services agency in contempt and are ordering sanctions for each day the state fails to provide competency evaluations and treatment for mentally ill people held in county jails.
24, Nov 2014 - County races in homestretch
If you pay property taxes or need to call the police for help or know someone who can't afford hospital or nursing home care, chances are you have a stake in the outcome of this year's election for Bergen County executive and freeholder.
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