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29, Jan 2015 - Schmidt asks school-funding panel for clarity
KANSAS CITY, KAN. ---- Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt today formally asked the three-judge panel in the state school finance litigation to provide a clear explanation of what information it relied on to reach its conclusion last month that the state’s funding of public schools is inadequate.
29, Jan 2015 - Texas inmate set to die Thursday for 1996 slaying - Quincy Herald-Whig | Illinois & Missouri News,
HUNTSVILLE, Texas (AP) - Robert Ladd was paroled after serving about a third of his 40-year prison sentence for the fatal stabbing of a Dallas woman whose body was set ablaze in a fire that killed her two children.
29, Jan 2015 - Ruling over anti-gay rhetoric against University student overturned
In a decision released Friday, a Michigan Court of Appeals panel ruled Andrew Shirvell, former state assistant attorney general, was not entitled to unemployment benefits after he was terminated for anti-gay rhetoric against a University student. read more
29, Jan 2015 - Greene County Man Arrested in Monett Church Fire
MONETT, Mo. -- Authorities have charged a man from Pleasant Hope, Missouri with institutional vandalism in connection with the fire that destroyed the Church of Monett Monday. Christopher Irick, 25, was arrested Tuesday and formally charged Wednesday.  Irick appeared in court Thursday morning and entered a plea of not guilty during arraignment, according to online court records. Monett police ...
29, Jan 2015 - Idaho appeals court tosses conviction after prosecutor uses 'Dixie' lyrics in argument
The Idaho Court of Appeals has thrown out a black man's sex crime convictions, saying the prosecutor interjected race in closing arguments by quoting lyrics from the Confederate anthem "Dixie." All three judges agreed that Canyon County Deputy Prosecutor Erica Kallin erred in citing a song praising what the judges called pernicious racism that might have influenced the jury.
29, Jan 2015 - Talks break down between DMC, McLaren over Karmanos Cancer Institute; case headed to trial
Jay Greene - Lawyers for Detroit Medical Center and Flint-based McLaren Health Care Corp. appear to have failed to reach a settlement Friday afternoon in a 16-month contract dispute over Barbara Ann Karmanos Cancer Institute in Detroit. Oakland County Circuit Court Judge Wendy Potts told DMC and McLaren lawyers to return next week for a ruling on issues to be determined at a trial, which is ...
29, Jan 2015 - Group files complaint against Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore
MONTGOMERY, Ala. | The Southern Poverty Law Center has filed a judicial ethics complaint against Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore. The complaint to Alabama's Judicial Inquiry Commission stems from Moore's criticism of a federal judge's ruling in favor of a Mobile couple in a same-sex marriage. Moore called it "judicial tyranny." SPLC President Richard Cohen says Moore is thumbing his nose at the ...
29, Jan 2015 - GOP presses state bills limiting gay rights before ruling
ATLANTA (AP) — A Texas lawmaker would strip the salaries from government officials who honor same-sex marriage licenses. In Georgia, where lawmakers are considering a bill that critics fear could allow businesses to discriminate against gay customers, the former head of the country's largest Protestant denomination recently urged lawmakers to rein in "erotic liberty." The U.S. Supreme Court will ...
29, Jan 2015 - Bills revising Parole Board procedures, clemency before state Legislature
HELENA – Proposals to tweak the state Parole Board and revise its authority over executive clemency arrive at the Legislature this week – and supporters hope they find bipartisan support.
29, Jan 2015 - Justices Ponder Definition Of Sexual Intercourse
When the Florida Supreme Court hears arguments in a Monroe County case next week, it will consider what might seem a bizarre question: What is the definition of sexual intercourse?
29, Jan 2015 - Harford man sentenced in 2013 assault over campaign signs
A Whiteford man, known for his photography and as a host of sports radio shows in the region, could serve nearly 15 years in prison for assaulting a former neighbor in October 2013 over missing campaign signs, although his attorney is trying to get the sentence modified.
29, Jan 2015 - Appellate court won't reconsider Idaho gay marriage
BOISE, Idaho (AP) — The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals has denied Gov. C. L. "Butch" Otter's request for a review of the court's ruling last year that overturned Idaho's ban on gay marriage.
29, Jan 2015 - Inver Grove Heights terror suspect's lawyers propose civics program
Attorneys for a man accused of trying to travel to Syria to join the Islamic State group are proposing that he be freed pending trial if he promises to participate in courses that promote civic involvement.
29, Jan 2015 - Man sentenced in sexual child abuse case for recording children through their windows
A York man was sentenced to state prison on Tuesday for video recording two girls "in various states of undress" through their windows.
29, Jan 2015 - Rochelle Park woman sentenced for embezzling box office receipts from New Jersey City University
A 37-year-old Rochelle Park woman was sentenced to three years in prison Friday for embezzling more than $87,000 in box office receipts from New Jersey City University.
29, Jan 2015 - Taking the reins
BISBEE — With the benefit of two months between his appointment and officially taking over the office of Cochise County Attorney, Brian McIntyre has already established clear and ambitious goals for himself for the next two years. Selected by the Board of Supervisors to finish the second half of Ed Rheinheimer’s term, following his retirement last week, McIntyre’s vision for the office includes ...
29, Jan 2015 - Oklahoma rape suspect on the run
TILLMAN COUNTY, Okla. – A man accused of raping a child is on the run. According to KSWO, 55-year-old Booth Dean Freeman Jr. allegedly raped a child under the age of 14. Freeman is a registered sex offender who has served two years in prison for indecency with a child. The Tillman County Sheriff’s Department […]
29, Jan 2015 - Appeals Court Upholds Performance Pay Law
An appeals court Friday upheld a controversial law more closely tying teachers' pay to how well students do on tests, ruling that the Legislature didn't give too much leeway to the Florida Department of Education to decide how to implement the measure.
29, Jan 2015 - Testimony resumes against Vt. man charged in wife's death
Testimony is resuming in the trial of a Vermont man prosecutors say killed his wife within hours after she filed for divorce in New Hampshire, and the couple's elder daughter is slated to take the stand.
29, Jan 2015 - Attorney general nominee Lynch holds her own in Senate hearing
Attorney general nominee Loretta Lynch maneuvered deftly through her confirmation hearing Wednesday, pledging to retain her independence and restore some frayed relations on Capitol Hill. Click to Continue »
29, Jan 2015 - Activist Jeremy Root says he's in it for the long haul
The attorney who led the charge against the Opus student apartment project is driven by the ideals of justice and democracy. Read more
29, Jan 2015 - IOWA HOUSE: Dawn Pettengill Newsletter
Dear Friends and Neighbors, Our first week is always chaotic. Besides the several trips of moving your stuff down to Des Moines, you have the Governor’s Condition of the State address and the Chief Justice of the Iowa Supreme Court’s Condition of the Judiciary, the swearing in, the picking of your seats, the first introductory […]
29, Jan 2015 - Eleele man gets year for 4th violation
LIHUE — Several probation violation cases earned jail time on Wednesday in 5th Circuit Court. With Judge Kathleen Watanabe presiding, the court heard more than 20 cases.
29, Jan 2015 - New York couple sentenced to prison after woman held in apartment
By Sebastien Malo NEW YORK (Reuters) - A New York couple who faced life imprisonment on charges of holding a paralyzed woman captive for over a year received sentences on Thursday of more than a decade in prison in a plea deal with prosecutors. Maureen Murray, now 61, was discovered by police in 2012 with broken bones and severe malnourishment, huddled on the floor of a bare apartment room in ...
29, Jan 2015 - Indiana courts seek electronic access
Indiana court officials are moving ahead with plans for electronic filing and accessing of court records statewide.
29, Jan 2015 - Decorated Vietnam veteran faces execution after clemency denied
Georgia has denied clemency for Andrew Brannan, 66, a decorated Vietnam War veteran convicted of murdering a 22-year-old sheriff's deputy in 1998.
29, Jan 2015 - Camper in Copper Dollar Ranch murders will be used as evidence
Terri Supino, the 54-year-old woman accused in the 1983 double murder of her estranged husband 20-year-old Steven Fisher and his girlfriend Melisa Gregory at the Copper Dollar Ranch in Newton, appeared in Jasper County court Thursday, as her attorneys and county prosecutors argued the admissibility of key portions of their cases.
29, Jan 2015 - Coles County Real Estate Transactions
34 Wyndham Court in Charleston, Ladena Lambert purchased from Brighton Stonegate, LLC, $20,000. 408 N. 20th St. in Mattoon, Bartels Construction, Inc. purchased from Blake W. Babbs, $40,000.
29, Jan 2015 - Judge sentenced
A former Philadelphia Municipal Court Judge will spend the next two years in prison for fixing cases on behalf of campaign donors and political allies. On Jan. 22, Joseph C. Waters, whom Michele Mucellin, Law Enforcement Coordinator and Director of Outreach for the United States... [This is a summary. To read the full article on SouthPhillyReview.com, click the headline above.]
29, Jan 2015 - Dane County executive defends financially troubled manure digester
The Dane County Executive expresses frustration over environmental and financial problems at the Clear Horizons operation near Waunakee but maintains benefits to the project are clear.
29, Jan 2015 - gpn16 140862 NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that there will b
gpn16 140862 NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that there will be heard before the presiding Judge of the Superior Court of Hart County, Georgia, on the 9th day of February, 2015, at 9:30 o'clock a.m., at the Courthouse in the City of Hartwell, Georgia, the case of the State of Georgia v. Hart County School District, Civil Action File No. 15HV44M pending in ...
29, Jan 2015 - UPDATED: Matthew in Fairfax court for Motions Hearing
The Charlottesville man accused of abducting University of Virginia student Hannah Graham is expected back in court for a second straight day on an attempted murder charge in Fairfax County.
29, Jan 2015 - Environmentalists sue to stop crude-by-rail terminal in California
Environmental groups on Thursday sued a California regulator that permitted trains carrying crude oil to begin making deliveries at a terminal in Bakersfield, arguing the permit was issued in secret and the volatile crude could cause explosions. The plaintiffs asked the California Superior Court to stop operations at the newly opened Bakersfield Crude Terminal in Taft until a full environmental ...
29, Jan 2015 - News Minute: Here is the latest North Dakota news from The Associated Press
A Fargo attorney who won a court battle over a confiscated pay loader is criticizing legislation that would allow police officers rather than a judge decide what happens to allegedly stolen property. The proposal by...
29, Jan 2015 - Trial begins for an ex-Las Cruces cabbie accused of attempted murder
LAS CRUCES >> Leslie Sedillo stood up before a Doña Ana County jury Tuesday and clasped her hands in front of her to demonstrate how Darren Henry pointed a gun at her and her son before
29, Jan 2015 - California eases prison crowding after years of trying
It is not yet clear whether the inmate count of 113,463 released Thursday, about 300 below the cap set by a panel of three federal judges, represents a permanent thinning of the prison population or is just a temporary reprieve for the state, which for years fought orders to bring the numbers down. "It's an important milestone," said Michael Bien, a lead attorney in lawsuits aimed at forcing the ...
29, Jan 2015 - Andrews man sentenced to 200 years in prison, $100,000 in fines
ANDREWS, Texas - An area man was served the maximum sentences on ten accounts of child molestation on Wednesday, according to the 84th Judicial District. 
29, Jan 2015 - Matthew back in Fairfax court for Motions Hearing
The Charlottesville man accused of abducting University of Virginia student Hannah Graham is expected back in court for a second straight day on an attempted murder charge in Fairfax County.
29, Jan 2015 - 3 ex-Penn State officials lose court ruling in cover-up case
HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) -- - A Pennsylvania judge ruled Wednesday that the rights of three former Penn State administrators were not violated by the actions of the university's top lawyer during grand jury matters before they were charged with covering up child sex-abuse complaints about Jerry Sandusky. Dauphin County Judge Todd Hoover in Harrisburg ruled that the lawyer, Cynthia Baldwin, had been ...
29, Jan 2015 - Two Paterson men seek plea deal in heroin death of Allendale man
Two Paterson men accused of causing the death of an Allendale man by providing the heroin that led to a fatal overdose a year ago are seeking a plea-bargain deal that could send them to state prison for up to five years.
29, Jan 2015 - 'Sons of Guns' reality star pleads not guilty to rape charges in Livingston Parish
Former "Sons of Guns" reality television star Will Hayden pleaded not guilty to aggravated rape and aggravated incest charges in a Livingston Parish courtroom Thursday.
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