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01, Sep 2014 - Veteran Ohio prosecutor appointed to case of man who was shot inside Wal-Mart by police
Ohio's attorney general says a veteran prosecutor will present the case of a man fatally shot by police at a Wal-Mart to a grand jury on Sept. 22.
01, Sep 2014 - Marijuana arrests make up majority of drug crimes
By Erin Beck Staff writer For many years in West Virginia, there have been more marijuana arrests on an annual basis than arrests for all other drugs combined. FBI statistics show that in 2012, there were about 7,900 drug arrests in West Virginia, including about 4,200 for marijuana, or around 53 percent. Most of the marijuana arrests in 2012, about 3,700, were for possession. Matt Simon, a ...
01, Sep 2014 - What you need to know: Tuesday
It's Tuesday, Aug. 26 and here is your day ahead: In local news... WEATHER: There will still be a slight chance for a few showers and thunderstorms this morning along with patchy fog. Skies will be partly sunny this afternoon with highs around 80. It will turn less humid this afternoon as well. Full forecast  1. SAME-SEX MARRIAGE A federal appeals court will hear arguments today in Wisconsin's ...
01, Sep 2014 - UNSC backs war crimes court for Kosovo
NEW YORK -- A UN Security Council meeting to present UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon’s regular quarterly report on the situation in Kosovo was held late on Friday.
01, Sep 2014 - Miami teens who sneaked into NBA star Ray Allen's home charged with trespass
Seven Miami-area teenagers who sneaked into NBA star Ray Allen's home last week were charged on Wednesday with trespassing, according to the Florida state attorney's office. The first-degree misdemeanor charges are punishable by up to a year in prison and a $1,000 fine. Ray Allen earlier questioned the decision of law enforcement officials when they said they were unable to charge the seven 18 ...
01, Sep 2014 - Utah man found guilty of killing acquaintance
Following a week-long trial, a Uintah County man was convicted by a jury Friday of murdering an acquaintance last year. Jesse Anthony Saenz, 24, was charged in 8th District Court with murder, a first-degree felony, for the April 2013 shooting death ...
01, Sep 2014 - Texas road-rage murder case coming to a close
ANGLETON, Texas (AP) — A Southeast Texas jury is to hear closing arguments in the trial of a Texas father accused of fatally shooting a drunken driver who killed his two sons in a crash.
01, Sep 2014 - Chicago man gets 5 years for $1M phone thefts
NEWARK, N.J. (AP) — A Chicago man who admitted he stole more than $1 million worth of iPhones and iPads from Verizon Wireless has been sentenced to more than five years in prison.
01, Sep 2014 - Updated: Shooting suspect could face life sentence
Multiple witnesses called police Sunday evening to say they saw a man shoot another man at a Casper park.
01, Sep 2014 - Best Lawyers Names Jim Ronca Lawyer Of The Year
Anapol Schwartz partner James Ronca has been named Lawyer of the Year in the 2015 edition of Philadelphia’s Best Lawyers for the category of Plaintiff’s Personal Injury Litigation. Ronca has been recognized for his dedication to defending the rights of the innocent and injured victims since he began practicing law more than 30 years ago. […]
01, Sep 2014 - Sorrell seeks dismissal of GMO lawsuit
Vermont has asked a federal judge to throw out a lawsuit challenging the state's GMO labeling law.
01, Sep 2014 - Vermont lawmakers to hear about drugs in prisons
The Vermont Legislature's Corrections Oversight Committee is set to get a briefing on the problem of drugs flowing into the state's prisons.
01, Sep 2014 - Arrested US judge embarrassed, entering treatment - Quincy Herald-Whig | Illinois & Missouri News,
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) - An Alabama federal judge charged with domestic violence following his arrest in Atlanta is embarrassed and entering a treatment program, one of his attorneys said Wednesday.
01, Sep 2014 - Why federal judge blocked Louisiana law restricting abortions
The Louisiana law requires doctors who work in any of five abortion clinics to have admitting privileges to a hospital within 30 miles of their clinics. A lawsuit is challenging the new law, claiming doctors haven't had enough time to obtain the privileges and the law likely would close all five clinics.
01, Sep 2014 - Trial of Texas father raises legal, moral issues
ANGLETON, Texas (AP) — David Barajas denies killing a drunk driver in a fit of rage after his two sons were fatally struck in 2012 on a rural road in Southeast Texas.
01, Sep 2014 - Damascus disincorporation group runs low on funding
Effort heading to Oregon Court of Appeals Now that Chris Hawes and the Citizens for Disincorporation have filed a challenge to a court ruling upholding last November’s election results, they’re running low on funds. Hawes said the legal team for Citizens for Disincorporation “feels strongly” that they have an excellent ...
01, Sep 2014 - Fact-checking RPOF ad on Ponzi schemer Scott Rothstein
Florida's famous Ponzi schemer Scott Rothstein now lives in a federal prison, but Republicans hope that he can help smear the reputation of former Gov. Charlie Crist. A TV ad from the Republican Party of Florida says Rothstein "gave hundreds of thousands of campaign cash to control Crist's appointments of key state judges." PolitiFact Florida …
01, Sep 2014 - Challenges to gay marriage bans: Where they stand - Quincy Herald-Whig | Illinois & Missouri News,
State bans on same-sex marriages have been falling around the country since summer 2013, when the Supreme Court ordered the federal government to recognize state-sanctioned gay marriages.
01, Sep 2014 - Indiana judge apologizes for phone-sex remarks
A northeastern Indiana judge is apologizing for saying during a retirement reception that one of the women could have a lucrative second career as a phone-sex operator.
01, Sep 2014 - Texas Supreme Court: Parade Crash Trial Should Be Heard in Midland
The Texas Supreme Court has ruled a negligence lawsuit stemming from the fatal collision of a train with a veterans' parade float in Midland in 2012 should be heard in Midland County.
01, Sep 2014 - Appeals court rejects Bondi's request to hold off on deciding gay marriage cases
A state appeals court on Thursday rejected Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi's request to hold off on deciding the constitutionality of Florida's gay-marriage ban until after the U.S. Supreme Court someday rules on the issue, the Miami Herald reported.
01, Sep 2014 - N.J. court: Violent rap lyrics unfairly used to convict their author
The New Jersey Supreme Court on Monday upheld an appeals court ruling ordering a new trial on attempted-murder charges for a Burlington County man, saying prosecutors unfairly used violent rap lyrics he wrote as evidence against him.
01, Sep 2014 - Wisconsin's same-sex marriage ban debated in federal appeals court
CHICAGO (WFRV) The future of Wisconsin's ban on same-sex marriage was debated Tuesday in federal court in Chicago. Wisconsin officials want the U.S. 7th Circuit Court of Appeals to uphold its ban on same-sex marriage -   ruled unconstitutional just two months ago. While those pressing to end the ban say, they just want to be treated equally. For just over an hour and a half the three-judge panel ...
01, Sep 2014 - Jury convicts Maine woman in manslaughter case
PARIS, Maine — A judge has upheld the vehicular manslaughter conviction of a Maine woman accused of being drunk and reading a text message at the time of a double-fatal car crash. Jurors acquitted 21-year-old Kristina Lowe of West Paris of drunken driving in May but returned guilty verdicts for manslaughter and leaving the scene of an accident. The Sun Journal said a judge on Tuesday dismissed ...
01, Sep 2014 - American held in Cuban prison tells family final goodbyes
An American held in a Cuban prison for five years has told his family life in prison is not worth living, and has said his final goodbyes.
01, Sep 2014 - 6th person sentenced in $7M loan fraud scheme
WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. (AP) — A sixth person has been sent to prison for his role in a Florida-based $7 million loan fraud scheme that targeted distressed homeowners across the country.
01, Sep 2014 - Male guards can sue over jobs at women's prison - WLNS TV 6 Lansing - Jackson | Your Local News
PITTSFIELD TOWNSHIP, Mich. (AP) - The Michigan appeals court has cleared the way for a class-action lawsuit by dozens of male guards who say they've been denied overtime and job assignments at the state's only prison for women.
01, Sep 2014 - Orange County Judge Faces Historic Decision in Prosecutorial Misconduct Case
A month ago, a three-justice panel at the California Court of Appeal based in Santa Ana observed that jail deputies at the Orange County Sheriff's Department (OCSD) "engaged in abhorrent conduc...
01, Sep 2014 - Most incumbent judges beat back challengers
Diana Tennis also leads Patricia Strowbridge in early returns from big-spending circuit court race. A slew of county and circuit judgeships were up for grabs when Central Florida voters went to the polls Tuesday, but almost all incumbents held their seats.
01, Sep 2014 - Utah State Bar's lawyer referral program a 'win-win' for people of modest means
The Utah State Bar's Modest Means Lawyer Referral program matches people with modest incomes to attorneys who have agreed to...
01, Sep 2014 - End of an era: Longest serving state judge Sutherland’s term nearing end
The longest-serving judge in Michigan is in the home stretch of a storied career spanning six decades.
01, Sep 2014 - Bin Laden Son-in-Law Life Sentence Sought by U.S.
Osama bin Laden's son-in-law Sulaiman Abu Ghayth, the most senior al-Qaeda member to be tried in a U.S. Abu Ghayth was found guilty in March of a conspiracy to kill U.S. Prosecutors urged U.S. District Judge Lewis Kaplan in Manhattan to reject a defense plea for no more than 15 years in prison when he's sentenced Sept. 23, arguing in a court filing today that there's "no fathomable reason to ...
01, Sep 2014 - Pulaski school desegregation suit ends for Little Rock and North Little Rock
Fox 16 reports on a federal judge's formal order today ending the Pulaski County school desegregation case as to the Little Rock and North Little Rock School Districts. The court retains supervision of the Pulaski County School Distirct, with some desegregation goals still to achieve. And it will monitor the expected creation of a new school district at Jacksonville to be carved from Pulaski ...
01, Sep 2014 - Congress Has Left The Building. Now What?
By MICHAEL FALCONE (@michaelpfalcone) NOTABLES OBAMA WEIGHING EXECUTIVE ACTION ON IMMIGRATION: With Congress unable to reach an agreement on how to address the nation’s immigration dilemma, President Obama is studying a range of actions that he could take to ease the humanitarian crisis at the...
01, Sep 2014 - Plain Talk: Big money taints the high court's credibility
Anti-union interests paid big bucks to elect justices to the Wisconsin Supreme Court, which gave those interests just what they wanted.
01, Sep 2014 - UNH student’s killer proclaims innocence in jail call
DOVER (AP) – The man convicted of raping and killing a University of New Hampshire student proclaimed his innocence in a recorded prison phone call with his mother as she sympathized with the victim’s family and tried to convince him to face them in court when he is sentenced to life in prison. In a transcript of the Aug. 6 call released Wednesday, Seth Mazzaglia also complains that he doesn’t ...
01, Sep 2014 - Judge Parish sentences 27 individuals
115th District Judge Lauren Parish sentenced 24 persons for felony offenses and three for misdemeanor crimes between June 30 and Thursday, said Upshur County District Attorney Billy Byrd’s office.
01, Sep 2014 - State highlights: Minn. vaccine requirements; Sovaldi in Calif. prisons; Ga. Rural ERs
For the first time in a decade, Minnesota schoolchildren are required to receive additional vaccines this fall. Seventh-graders now must get the meningococcal vaccination and an additional pertussis (whooping cough) booster.
01, Sep 2014 - Lufkin man pleads guilty in federal court in connection to million-dollar car case
A 39-year-old Lufkin, Texas man has pleaded guilty to federal violations in the Eastern District of Texas, announced U.S. Attorney John M. Bales today.
01, Sep 2014 - Kids With Jailed Family Member at Greater Risk for Poor Health as Adults
New research has found that people who grew up in a household where a member was incarcerated have an 18 percent greater risk of experiencing poor health as adults. The study, from researchers at Brown University, suggests that the nation’s high rate of imprisonment could be contributing to enduring physical and mental health difficulties in […]
01, Sep 2014 - Working group tackles question of why crime is down but prison population up
Crime decreased 20 percent in Nebraska over the past 10 years, and adult arrests decreased 15 percent.
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