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Lawsuit Filed Against Jody Kriss, Former Bayrock Executive & Founder of East River Partners
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21, Oct 2014 - Secret Service director resigns; U.S. Ebola patient wasn't immediately diagnosed; Hong Kong pro
Also, court rules Kansas Democrats do not need to put candidate on U.S. Senate ballot; Texas girl abducted 12 years ago found alive and well in Mexico; federal court blocks provisions of North Carolina law barring same-day voter registration; Dan Gilbert testifies at Detroit bankruptcy trial; fighting intensifies in eastern Ukraine; and British Prime Minister David Cameron pledges tax cut if ...
21, Oct 2014 - Convicted Rapist Moved to Western NY Prison After Recent Stabbing Incident
A man convicted of kidnapping and rape has been moved to a prison in Western New York after authorities said he stabbed two corrections officers at a prison in Elmira.
21, Oct 2014 - Accused denies killing ambassador
A lawyer for Benghazi suspect Ahmed Salin Faraj Abu Khatallah entered a plea of not guilty Monday to all charges related to the 2012 attack on the U.S. diplomatic complex in Libya. But the federal judge in Washington delayed the setting of a trial date as prosecutors address concerns about classified material that will be involved in the case.
21, Oct 2014 - Chris Bazar granted parole from state prison Thursday for shooting his best friend in the head 3 ye
CONCORD – The 30-year-old man who accidentally shot his best friend in the head three years ago will soon leave the walls of prison after being granted parole Thursday. Christopher Bazar has spent nearly three years in prison, which he said saved his life, after shooting his friend Donald St. Laurent on Dec. 2, 2011, in a Hudson apartment. Bazar was drunk and high when he shot St.
21, Oct 2014 - Grand Ole Opry star's killer paroled after 41 years in prison
By Timothy Ghianni NASHVILLE (Reuters) - John Brown, one of the two men convicted in the murders of Grand Ole Opry and "Hee Haw" star David "Stringbean" Akeman and his wife, will be released from prison after serving 41 years, officials said on Wednesday. Brown, 64, who had been denied parole five times in the past, will be released in four to six weeks after four of the five Tennessee Board of ...
21, Oct 2014 - Notable Tampa Criminal Defense Attorney Kevin Hayslett of Carlson Meissner Hart & Hayslett Cheers R
The red light camera removal restores a sense of fairness to local traffic enforcement (PRWeb October 16, 2014) Read the full story at
21, Oct 2014 - Opening the door - another former Rockville employee interested in Saul Ewing report
ROCKVILLE – Another former Rockville employee is hoping to make use of a recent court ruling in his suit against the city. Terry Morris said a recent ruling in another discrimination case against the city is helpful to his client’s case. On Oct. 6, the Maryland Court of Special Appeals denied an appeal by the City of Rockville to overturn a Montgomery County Circuit Court order to release ...
21, Oct 2014 - Opry star 'Stringbean' Akeman's killer gets parole
Grand Ole Opry star Dave Akeman was known as â??Stringbeanâ?? to his fans. / The Tennessean NASHVILLE, Tenn. - The man who killed Grand Ole Opry star David "Stringbean" Akeman and his wife in 1973 has been granted parole and will be released from prison.
21, Oct 2014 - After Supreme Court ruling, localities ready to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples
The U.S. Supreme Court has turned away appeals from five states seeking to prohibit same-sex marriages. Attorney General Mark Herring says those unions can take place at 1 p.m. after an appeals court
21, Oct 2014 - Adrian Peterson to plead not guilty to child abuse charge: lawyer
HOUSTON — A spokeswoman for Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson's attorney said Tuesday the NFL player plans to plead not guilty to a child abuse charge during his first court appearance in Texas since his indictment last month. Peterson was scheduled to be in court Wednesday in Conroe, located ...
21, Oct 2014 - Appeals court to take up issue of pocket dialing in NKY case
A federal appeals court is set to hear the case of Kenton County Airport Board Chairman Jim Huff and his wife over a private conversation overheard by an airport secretary whom Huff called accidentally.
21, Oct 2014 - Out-of-state money flowing to campaign against Cole County judge
GOP committee spends $200,000 in the little known campaign, without revealing recent donors.
21, Oct 2014 - New Jersey Businessman Admits Stealing $100,000 Worth Of Water
A New Jersey businessman has admitted his role in a conspiracy to steal $100,000 in water, said Attorney Paul J. Fishman.
21, Oct 2014 - Ebola scare defendant has suffered mental illness, lawyer says
The defendant charged with inducing panic on a Florida to Vienna flight Sunday was recently hospitalized for bipolar disorder.
21, Oct 2014 - Utah District Court closed to remember ‘founder of the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade’
WEST JORDAN, Utah — Columbus Day is meant to commemorate when Christopher Columbus landed in the New World in October of 1492. But the holiday has stirred up debate in the past. While known for his discovery, Columbus is also recognized for establishing a route between Europe and the Americas, which led to slavery and […]
21, Oct 2014 - Bazetta Twp. man sentenced to 2 years for elderly theft
LEBANON, Ohio (AP) - A southwest Ohio judge has sentenced a 19-year-old man to death for the slaying of an 18-year-old U.S. Navy recruit.
21, Oct 2014 - Former Forest City police officer faces potential plea offer after retrial order
A former Forest City police officer charged with arson and burglary back in 2012 is now considering a plea offer that could negate the need for a new trial.
21, Oct 2014 - Judge to hear arguments over Arizona ID theft laws
A judge is set to hear arguments Thursday over whether to shelve two Arizona laws that are the legal foundation for business raids by metro Phoenix's sheriff in which hundreds of immigrant workers have been charged with using fake or stolen IDs to get jobs.
21, Oct 2014 - Court Tosses Pastor From Pulpit in AIDS Scandal
An Alabama judge has ordered a minister who admitted sleeping with his flock while he had AIDS to give up the pulpit.
21, Oct 2014 - Ryke Longest: Compact to conflict -- three states argue over one river
Ryke Longest is the Director of the Environmental Law and Policy Clinic and a Clinical Professor of Law at the Duke University School of Law. On October 14, the Court will hear an original jurisdiction dispute between three states that share interests in the flows of the Republican River: Kansas, Colorado and Nebraska. Following passage […]
21, Oct 2014 - Hunt trial clarified
What is a Brady Violation? MMI explains, with the help of Randolph County Prosecuting Attorney Mike Fusselman, how exactly a Brady Violation came into play during this case, and what it meant for both the prosecution and defense teams.
21, Oct 2014 - Oscar Pistorious Sentenced to Five Years in Prison
The double-amputee Olympic runner, Oscar Pistorious has been sentenced to five years in prison for killing his girlfriend, Reeva Steenkamp. 
21, Oct 2014 - ND man pleads guilty to sexually assaulting girls
A North Dakota man has been sentenced to five years in prison after pleading guilty to sexually assaulting two girls.
21, Oct 2014 - Rauner chain hit for Ohio campaign donations
Executives of a nursing home chain owned by Bruce Rauner's investment firm made banned campaign contributions to Ohio lawmakers in 2003 and then improperly billed Medicaid for reimbursement of the donations, according to court records in the company's ongoing federal bankruptcy case.
21, Oct 2014 - Georgia Guard Gets Prison for Trying to Give Inmate Phone
A former prison guard has pleaded guilty to attempting to smuggle a cell phone into a federal prison facility for an inmate.
21, Oct 2014 - Court Backs Decision Reversing DeLay's Convictions
by Terri Langford , The Texas Tribune Siding with a decision made a year ago by a lower appeals court, the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals on Wednesday refused to reinstate money-laundering convictions against former U. ...
21, Oct 2014 - Sentencing Guidelines Expected to Slow Ala. Prison Population
New Alabama sentencing guidelines that were implemented in 2013 are expected to slow the growth of the state's prison population.
21, Oct 2014 - Witness changes story; blames Kiser's now-dead roommate for killing deputy in 2001
After about a decade of trying to convince a judge to keep him alive,  Marlon Kiser is asking again for more time.
21, Oct 2014 - James Irvin trial update
Trial for James Irvin began today with opening statements from prosecution and the defense. Prosecution said that James was pagan, and took part in irregular religious practices and using those practices convinced the children he could bring their father back to life. Prosecution emphasized trust when it came to the jurors and the process in making their judgements after the trial ended. He ...
21, Oct 2014 - Committee weighs Masunaga’s qualifications for judgeship
An army of public officials rushed to the defense of Margaret Masunaga, a Hawaii County deputy corporation counsel, after the Hawaii State Bar Association deemed her unqualified to be a district judge.
21, Oct 2014 - Two Christian ministers refuse to perform same-sex marriages in Idaho, decide to sue their city
The owners of a religiously themed, for-profit wedding chapel in Coeur D'Alene, Idaho, have sued city officials over what...
21, Oct 2014 - Prosecutors want death penalty drug info shielded
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Ohio prosecutors want the identities of pharmacists who create specialty doses of execution drugs shielded and say doctors who consult with Ohio about its execution proce…
21, Oct 2014 - Plants not sure if he'll appeal removal, says he's 'tired of fighting'
By Kate White Mark Plants doesn't know if he'll appeal his removal as prosecuting attorney of Kanawha County, but he does know that he's tired of fighting this battle. "I'm still weighing my options," Plants said Friday. "If I win, do you think [county commissioners] are going to leave me alone for the next two years?" Those commissioners filed a petition to remove Plants from office, arguing ...
21, Oct 2014 - N.H. court considering new trial for former Lowell man
CONCORD, N.H. -- New Hampshire's highest court is mulling whether a 76-year-old former Lowell man serving life in prison for a 1971 murder in New Hampshire should be allowed to seek a new trial after new DNA analysis questioned key part of the
21, Oct 2014 - Concern for US citizen on hunger strike in Cairo jail
Washington (AFP) - The family of an American citizen on hunger strike in an Egyptian jail for some 250 days are appealing to the US government to press Cairo to let him go, fearing his life is at risk.
21, Oct 2014 - Longview Power asks judge to OK Pa. settlement
MORGANTOWN, W.Va. – Longview Power is seeking a bankruptcy judge’s approval of a settlement with Pennsylvania regulators that would allow a subsidiary to continue to discharge treated mine water into Dunkard Creek.
21, Oct 2014 - California executive gets prison for selling 'knock-off' Navy warship batteries
(Reuters) - The former owner of a Los Angeles-area battery distributor has been sentenced to more than seven years in prison for selling over $2.7 million in "knock-off" emergency batteries used on numerous U.S. Navy vessels, officials said on Thursday. Didier De Nier, a dual French-U.S. citizen who fled Simi Valley for the Caribbean island of St. Martin nearly two years ago with federal agents ...
21, Oct 2014 - Man who murdered Knoxville man dies in prison
Tennessee officials say a death row inmate convicted of a 1988 murder in Campbell County has died of natural causes
21, Oct 2014 - Murder Suspect Mistakenly Released From Prison
A dangerous Maryland murder suspect was mistakenly released from prison Friday, and state corrections officials say they didn???t even know the man was missing until Sunday night.
21, Oct 2014 - Time has run out for Camp Lejeune water lawsuits, appeals court rules
Marines and their family members who were poisoned by toxic water at Camp Lejeune apparently lost their chance to sue the government when a federal appeals court ruled Tuesday that… Click to Continue »
21, Oct 2014 - Court: Illinois inmate must be incarceration costs
LINCOLN, Ill. (AP) _ An Illinois appeals court has ruled that a Logan Correctional Center inmate must pay nearly $20,000 from a lawsuit settlement he received toward the cost of his incarceration. The Fourth District Appellate Court recently made the ruling against Johnnie Melton, 49, a Cook County inmate imprisoned at the Lincoln facility on […]
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