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24, Jul 2014 - Harper woman gets 20-year jail sentence
Aimee Bowlin, who pled guilty to manslaughter in the May 2013 shooting death of her husband, Michael Bowlin, in Harper is led in chains by Gillespie County Sheriff’s Office Sgt. John Robinson (left), Deputy Karl Myers (second from right) and jail administrator, Lt. Larry Foraker, from the Gillespie County Jail to the courthouse across the street on Wednesday, June 25, for the sentencing phase of ...
24, Jul 2014 - Cook Sentenced to Life in Prison for Manistee County Murder
An update on a man who murdered another man in Manistee County. Toby Cook shot and killed Dennis Guenthardt at his home in Wellston in April of 2013. 
24, Jul 2014 - More than $200 million in outside money floods Florida elections since 'Citizens United'
The "Citizens United" decision from the U.S. Supreme Court has led to a torrent of money pouring into Florida, making for more secrecy, less local control and nastier campaigns.
24, Jul 2014 - Current, former employees sue Hyman's Seafood over 'tipping' policy
The owners of a popular seafood restaurant in Downtown Charleston are being sued after more than a dozen current and former employees allege the restaurant's "tipping" policy violates federal law.
24, Jul 2014 - Lawsuit over local Internet cafes headed to California Supreme Court
BAKERSFIELD, CA -- The fight continues between the Kern County District Attorney's office and Internet café owners. 17 news has learned the California Supreme Court will hear a civil case over local Internet cafes. In March, a Fresno appeals court sided with the county, allowed the Kern County District Attorney's office to issue a cease and desist order, stopping all gaming activity.  Bill ...
24, Jul 2014 - Missouri Senators Discuss Rulings on Federal Health Care Subsidies
WASHINGTON -- It is likely the U.S. Supreme Court will decide whether subsidies for insurance coverage under the federal healthcare reform law will continue to be available, after conflicting federal appeals court rulings about them this week. Senator Claire McCaskill (D-MO) One ruling upholds subsidies for insurance purchased on the federal exchange, one says the law only provides them for ...
24, Jul 2014 - Tor Embroiled in $1M Revenge-Porn Lawsuit
Texas attorney Jason L. Van Dyke recently filed a lawsuit against nude-photo-sharing site Pink Meth and included the Tor Project among its defendants. Pink Meth is an "involuntary pornography" site, the suit charges, enabling users to post nude photos for the purposes of getting revenge on those pictured. It's accessible only to users who have downloaded Tor's anonymity-minded software.
24, Jul 2014 - In 2 rulings on health care law, votes of 6 appellate judges break along party lines
WASHINGTON — In rapid succession, six federal judges on two appeals courts weighed in on a key component of President Barack Obama's health care law. Their votes lined up precisely with the party of the president who appointed them.
24, Jul 2014 - YOUR DAILY WEEKLY READER: Sheldon slams Bondi, Scott ties tongue, weed woes
PAM BONDI’S OPPONENTS ARE WELL AWARE THAT PAM BONDI HAS LOST HER MIND. THAT’S GOOD TO KNOW: “While George Sheldon is new to Florida’s attorney general race, he’s no stranger in state politics. The onetime Democratic representative said Republican Attorney General Pam Bondi has been wasting taxpayer resources on partisan crusades that don’t directly affect Florida policy, he told the Tampa Bay ...
24, Jul 2014 - Ireland Sentenced for Manistee Credit Card Theft
An update on a story we've been following since last July. The man who stole items from cars and using a stolen credit is headed to prison. It happened in Manistee last summer. 
24, Jul 2014 - Bartow Lawyer Who Complained of Microchip Is Suspended
The Florida Supreme Court has suspended indefinitely a Bartow lawyer who drew attention with assertions that others controlled and tortured her through a microchip illegally implanted in her brain.
24, Jul 2014 - Judge asked to toss Schweitzer's mine claim
BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) — A Washington state mining company wants a federal judge to throw out a $10 million compensation claim from a group of investors that includes former Montana Gov. Brian Schweitze
24, Jul 2014 - Ulman donates indicted businessman's contributions to charity
Howard County Executive Ken Ulman wanted to give back $34,000 in campaign contributions he received from insurance executive Jeffrey B. Cohen, who was indicted last month on federal fraud charges .
24, Jul 2014 - Supreme Court rejects Google appeal in snooping case
Washington — The Supreme Court has declined to hear Google's appeal of a ruling that it pried into people's online lives through their Wi-Fi systems as part of its drive to collect information for its Street View mapping project.
24, Jul 2014 - Execution Thursday for man convicted in Forsyth store manager’s murder
By: Newsroom Staff DAWSONVILLE — It was 23 years ago in April that the community was rocked by one of the most brutal murders in Dawson County’s history. Keith Lloyd Evans was driving home from his job as night manager of a small grocery story in nearby Cumming when he was run off the road and forced out of his truck. A short time later, Evans was shot, beaten to death and buried in a shallow ...
24, Jul 2014 - Foul ball lawsuit against Atlanta Braves moves forward
The Georgia Court of Appeals has declined to dismiss a lawsuit filed against the Atlanta Braves by the father of a 6-year-old girl whose skull was shattered by a foul ball.
24, Jul 2014 - Bellaire Man Sentenced to 10 Years in Prison on Child Pornography Charges
A Bellaire man has been sentenced to a decade in prison for three crimes all related to child pornography.
24, Jul 2014 - Reports Claim Maggots Found On Meat, Beans At Marysville Prison
Maggots have been found in food served to prisoners at Marysville Reformatory for Women -- not just once but several times.
24, Jul 2014 - Judge gives 1-5 years on two Marion County drug charges
A man involved with two drug cases in Marion County has been sentenced to prison.
23, Jul 2014 - Supreme Court Justice Alito denies Schuylkill clerk's bid on gay marriage
WASHINGTON — U.S. Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito on Wednesday denied a request from a Schuylkill County clerk who was seeking a stay of a lower court decision that had allowed gay marriage to go into effect in Pennsylvania.
23, Jul 2014 - Vermont court: No DNA collection until conviction
The Vermont Supreme Court says the state can't collect DNA from suspects in criminal cases unless they've been convicted of a felony.
23, Jul 2014 - Bergdahl going out to S.A. restaurants, stores
SAN ANTONIO — The Army said Wednesday that Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl, the American POW released in a prisoner swap with the Taliban, has gone into San Antonio for dinners and other excursions, and that he has been welcomed by people he meets. “I can't give you specifics, just because I don't want people camping out at those places, but he's gone to restaurants, he's gone to supermarkets, he's gone to ...
23, Jul 2014 - Indictment of Beloit man unsealed
MADISON — A Beloit man headed a 12-person drug sales network that imported methylone from China for distribution in several states, according to an amended indictment unsealed Monday in federal court in Milwaukee.
23, Jul 2014 - Fayette County woman pleads guilty to mail fraud
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) -- A former employee of the Fayette County Sheriff's Department is facing up to 20 years in prison after pleading guilty to mail fraud. Federal prosecutors say 44-year old Cheryl Gray of Hilltop appeared Tuesday in U.S. District Court in Charleston. Gray's job was to collect application fees for concealed weapon permits, record fees paid, and transmit a list to the West ...
23, Jul 2014 - Court school ruling creates uncertainty
A Superior Court ruling last week is supposed to give state schools at least $316 million in additional funding. So far, the order is mostly offering uncertainty.
23, Jul 2014 - Court lifts stay in lethal injection challenge (UPDATED)
(UPDATED July 23, 2014: This morning the Court denied another request by Wood to stay his execution. Wood had asked the Court to review a decision by the Ninth Circuit which affirmed the district court’s denial of the motion that he had filed pursuant to Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 60(b)(6); the Court also denied […]
23, Jul 2014 - Texas Collegiate Baseball League Wins $2.9 Million Judgment in Antitrust Trial
FORT WORTH, Texas, June 10, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- A Tarrant County judge has issued a judgment of $2.9 million against a team owner in the Texas Collegiate Baseball League for taking part in an unlawful league boycott that violated antitrust laws and caused the league to...
23, Jul 2014 - peabody municipal court
Amanda L. Denardi, Peabody, seatbelt (age 14-17), June 19, $60. Cheri Ann Herald, Hutchinson, driving while license revoked, June 26, $396; speeding (69 in a 55 mph zone), June 26, $171.
23, Jul 2014 - Supreme Court refuses to hear case of former cop cleared in wife’s death
A former Akron police captain freed in his ex-wife’s death appears headed to prison -- or a new trial -- after a divided Ohio Supreme Court refused today to hear his appeal. Douglas Prade served nearly 15 years in prison for his ex-wife’s murder, but was freed by a trial-court judge who found he was wrongly convicted based on faulty DNA testing on a bite mark found on his ex-wife’s lab coat.
23, Jul 2014 - Former Utah Attorneys General John Swallow, Mark Shurtleff arrested, face 23 charges
Former Utah Attorneys General John Swallow and Mark Shurtleff have been arrested. The two were arrested at their homes Tuesday morning and are in custody, according to a law enforcement official. Court documents show Swallow is charged with 11 felon...
23, Jul 2014 - State sues Burlington kitchen remodeling company
The N.C. Attorney General’s Office has sued a now-defunct Burlington kitchen remodeling company after it reportedly left dozens of homeowners across North Carolina high and dry.
23, Jul 2014 - Virginia Gov. McAuliffe won't ?ght for school takeover board's legality
(c) 2014, The Washington Post. Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe said Tuesday that he will not appeal a circuit court's ruling that struck down a newly created state board specializing in school takeovers as being unconstitutional.
23, Jul 2014 - Man who murdered wife of Barrie doctor won't get parole for 17 years
Door-to-door salesman - and serial criminal - Clare Spiers has been sentenced to life in prison with no parole for 17 years following his guilty plea to brutally murdering a prominent surgeon’s wife in Barrie.
23, Jul 2014 - State health officials reviewing court rulings
Massachusetts health officials say a pair of seemingly contradictory federal appeals court rulings on a key element of President Barack Obama's health care law is reinforcing their commitment to remain a state-based...
23, Jul 2014 - Kansas Supreme Court says KU Hospital on hook for $140,000 medical bill
The KU Hospital in Kansas City, Kan., will have to absorb the cost of treating a non-U.S. citizen who was supposed to be held for immigration authorities but was never taken into federal custody. The man jumped out of a fourth-story window at the Wabaunsee County jail facility, but the Kansas Supreme Court ruled he was not technically in the county's custody at the time, and so the hospital ...
23, Jul 2014 - Jury Begins Hearing Ventura’s ‘American Sniper’ Suit
Attorneys for former Minnesota Gov. Jesse Ventura and the estate of late "American Sniper" author Chris Kyle are disputing whether Kyle actually punched out Ventura in a barroom scrap. The episode formed a passage in Kyle's autobiography, prompting Ventura to sue for defamation.
23, Jul 2014 - No charges against California deputy who killed teen holding replica gun
Frances Burns SANTA ROSA, Calif., July 7 (UPI) -- A veteran California sheriff's deputy who killed a 13-year-old armed only with a toy gun will not face charges, Sonoma County District Attorney Jill Ravitch said Monday.
23, Jul 2014 - SUMMONS In the Re the Marriage of: Alicia Fragoso, Petitioner and Jose Luis Fragoso Gonzalez, Respo
State of Minnesota District Court County of Hennepin Fourth […]
23, Jul 2014 - Unsuccessful bomber gets 15 years in prison
A man who planted a bomb under propane tanks outside a Publix supermarket in Dania Beach as part of a bid to extort as much as $50 million from the company was sentenced to more than 15 years in federal prison Thursday.
23, Jul 2014 - Court: Teacher had no obligation to report abuse
The Georgia Supreme Court on Monday ruled in favor of a former River Ridge High School teacher who was facing a misdemeanor charge of failing to report a student had sexual contact with a paraprofe...
23, Jul 2014 - New Mexico VA Health Care System official seeks judge for veterans court
FARMINGTON — A local official with the New Mexico VA Health Care System is working to create a specialized court that would provide treatment and support for veterans charged with criminal offenses.
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