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20, Dec 2014 - When Mom is incarcerated, gift-giving visit ‘means so much to a child’
Guests from across Illinois mingled at a Chicago holiday party Saturday evening as they nibbled on falafel and decorated gingerbread houses. But about 15 minutes into it, people started to cry as stories were shared. “I got to visit my mom every week when she was going to jail,” said Charles Taylor, 24, reading from an emotional passage he wrote when he was 10 about the incarceration of his ...
20, Dec 2014 - Case tossed vs. woman held 22 years in son's death - Quincy Herald-Whig | Illinois & Missouri N
PHOENIX (AP) - A state appeals court has ordered the dismissal of murder charges against a woman who spent 22 years on Arizona's death row for the killing of her 4-year-old son.
20, Dec 2014 - N.H. court rules for convict in 1971 murder
CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — New Hampshire's highest court says a man convicted of murder in 1973 can present new DNA results to a court to determine if he should get a new trial.
20, Dec 2014 - Durham Protesters Appear in Court, Interrupt Council Meeting
Protesters made their first court appearance in Durham Thursday after allegedly blocking traffic during a rally.
20, Dec 2014 - AG Schuette Announces Agreement with T-Mobile for Bill 'Cramming'
Attorney General Bill Schuette announced an agreement with T-Mobile USA, Inc. Michigan will receive almost $350,000 as part of a $90 million national settlement.
20, Dec 2014 - Tavon White Back On Stand In BGF Trial
Testimony continues. The alleged ringleader of the Black Guerilla Family gang, Tavon White, took the stand again Monday.
20, Dec 2014 - U.S. Supreme Court turns deaf ear to Dr. Kermit Gosnell
For three decades in West Philadelphia's Mantua neighborhood, nearly everyone knew the name Kermit Barron Gosnell.
20, Dec 2014 - Attorney General admonishes Laurel Sheriff for failure to respond to open records request
The Kentucky Attorney General has ruled that the Laurel County Sheriff’s Department and Laurel County Attorney’s Office must provide Michael McQueen with documents pertaining to former detective and Laurel County Fire Chief Tommy Johnston’s charges of theft from the fire department, disciplinary department taken and termination from the sheriff’s department and fire department.
20, Dec 2014 - Judge Limits Suspect in Death of Peterson's Son
South Dakota judge adds bond conditions for man charged in death of Adrian Peterson's son
20, Dec 2014 - Inmate: Sex, drugs and money fuel jail corruption
BALTIMORE (AP) — The leader of a violent gang that controlled life inside one of America's most notorious jails testified that he directed guards motivated by sex and money to smuggle in drugs and cellphones and facilitate attacks on inmates who challenged his authority.
20, Dec 2014 - Will this be the term for same-sex marriage?
© David Paul Morris/Bloomberg Loic Chapelle, left and Alvin Walton walk along Castro Street as they join supporters of same-sex marriage celebrate in the Castro District after the U.S. Supreme Court overturned the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) and declined to rule on the California law Proposition 8 in San Francisco, California, June 26, 2013.
20, Dec 2014 - Keefer Madness Examines Ryan Leaf And The History Of Drafting Quarterbacks No. 1 & 2
Ryan Leaf was released from prison on Thursday. Rich Keefe discusses what has happened when quarterbacks were taken first and second overall in the same draft.
20, Dec 2014 - Former DBSI executive gets two months in prison
Bringhurst, 47, apologized and told the judge it was important for him to stand up and take responsibility for his actions. Click to Continue »
20, Dec 2014 - Neighbors aren't impressed with Arlin Jordin
SPOKANE, Wash. - On Tuesday we reported on a property on W. 9th Ave. in the lower South Hill that had been condemned by the fire marshal and the tenants were vacated. The property owner is Arlin Jordin who is currently serving a rape sentence in the Washington State Penitentiary. We began to investigate whether an offender is able to run a business from prison.
20, Dec 2014 - Federal Judicial Panel Asked To Consolidate Xarelto Lawsuits In Illinois Federal Court, Reports Alo
A Request To Centralize Xarelto Lawsuits Alleging Xarelto Users Experience Uncontrolled Bleeding Due To Taking The Blood Thinner Is Under Consideration By the U.S. Judicial Panel on Multidistrict Litigation. (PRWeb December 09, 2014) Read the full story at
20, Dec 2014 - Manslaughter Conviction Overturned, Attorney Says Faulty GM Part Is To Blame
A judge in Van Zandt County has reversed a guilty plea and manslaughter conviction for a woman who was the victim of one of General Motor's faulty ignition switches.
20, Dec 2014 - Defense Prepares For Testimony By Eric Williams’ Wife
In anticipation that convicted killer Eric Williams' estranged wife Kim will testify against him, defense lawyers today called several witnesses who described her as "money hungry" and "very in to herself."
20, Dec 2014 - New York mayor caught between protests, police
Mayor Bill de Blasio was elected last year after making promises to keep crime low while improving relations between police and the community. As the tensions between those promises continue to mount, Friday showed just...
20, Dec 2014 - San Francisco's Instant Tax lawsuit seeks full restitution for defrauded low-income filers
SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 20, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- San Francisco City Attorney Dennis Herrera has filed suit against an Oakland, Calif.-based franchisee of Instant Tax Service—an embattled company that was once the nation's fourth-largest tax preparation service—for a host of illegal business practices that defrauded low-income taxpayers throughout California. ...
20, Dec 2014 - Okeechobee executive under arrest for Medicaid fraud
According to the state's Attorney General's office, Nancy Zeigler was arrested on Medicaid fraud charges after they say she billed Medicaid $34,000 for treatment that was never provided. They say Ziegler billed for adult day care, transportation and respite care that did not happen.
20, Dec 2014 - Woman at Center of 1961 Supreme Court Case Dies
Woman at the center of historic 1961 Supreme Court cases on police searches dies in Georgia
20, Dec 2014 - Massey ex-CEO pleads not guilty in fatal W. Virginia mine blast
A former chief executive of Massey Energy Co pleaded not guilty on Thursday to charges he violated federal mine safety laws before a 2010 explosion that killed 29 miners in West Virginia, the worst U.S. ...
20, Dec 2014 - California Town Seeks Financial Salvation in Imprisonment
Adelanto, California, a Mojave Desert community with more prisons than supermarkets, is poised to authorize two more detention facilities as city leaders try to stave off insolvency.
20, Dec 2014 - Man gets 110-year term for rape of girl, death of 6-year-old brother who came to her defense
A New Jersey man was sentenced Thursday to 110 years in prison in the rape of a girl and the stabbing death of her 6-year-old brother who had come to her defense.
20, Dec 2014 - Theater shooter's parents plead for his life
DENVER (AP) — The parents of Colorado theater shooter James Holmes begged Friday for his life to be spared through a plea bargain — a move that rekindled the long-running, emotional debate about whether the horrific details of the mass killing should be played out at his upcoming trial.
20, Dec 2014 - PETA wins suit for names of UConn researchers
HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) — A judge has ordered the University of Connecticut Health Center to disclose the names of researchers who were found to have violated federal guidelines for treating animals. New Britain Superior Court Judge Carl Schuman on Thursday granted an appeal from an animal advocacy group, which asked the court to reverse a […]
20, Dec 2014 - South Dakota judge adds bond conditions for man charged in death of Adrian Peterson's son
A judge has ordered that a man charged in the killing of the 2-year-old son of Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson in South Dakota last fall must have no unsupervised contact with children and no contact with the victim's family.
20, Dec 2014 - NH Supreme court rules for convict in 1971 Concord murder
CONCORD – A man convicted of killing an 18-year-old woman more than four decades ago can present new DNA results to a court to determine if he should get a new trial, New Hampshire’s highest court ruled Friday. Robert Breest was convicted of killing Susan Randall in February 1971. Her badly beaten and partially nude body was found on the frozen Merrimack River beneath on overpass in Concord ...
20, Dec 2014 - Court overturns Lowe's Feed decision
The Kentucky Court of Appeals overturned a $970,000 award to Lowe’s Feed and Grain, reversing a Warren Circuit Court jury’s verdict against the city of Bowling Green and a former city electrical inspe
20, Dec 2014 - US executes inmates in Georgia, Missouri
Two death row inmates were executed overnight Tuesday in Georgia and Missouri after the US Supreme Court gave the go-ahead. Lawyers for the two pleaded for stays of execution up to the last minute. The first of them, Robert Wayne Holsey, 49, was declared dead at 10:51 (0351 GMT Wednesday), said Susan Megahee, spokeswoman for the prison system in Georgia. The second man, Paul Goodwin, 48, was ...
20, Dec 2014 - Oklahoma judge dismisses suit on execution access
A federal judge on Friday dismissed a lawsuit filed by media organizations seeking greater access to the execution of Oklahoma death row inmates, ruling that the state's death penalty protocols do not violate the First Amendment.
20, Dec 2014 - Former Katy high school football star convicted of capital murder wants a new trial
A former Katy high school football star convicted of capital murder wants a new trial.
20, Dec 2014 - Testimony from the late Steve Jobs to be heard in 10-year-old Apple lawsuit over iTunes, iPods
SAN FRANCISCO - A billion-dollar class-action lawsuit over Apple's iPod music players heads to trial on Tuesday in a California federal court after nearly a decade in legal wrangling.
20, Dec 2014 - Cubist, Hunter Douglas, Champagne: Intellectual Property
Nike Inc. (NKE) , the world’s largest sporting-goods maker, sued three former shoe designers, accusing them of taking trade secrets to Adidas AG. In its complaint filed Dec. 8 in Oregon state court, Nike accuses the designers of stealing a “treasure trove of Nike product designs” along with research information and business plans.
20, Dec 2014 - Judge puts brakes on EPA’s action against Alaska’s Pebble Mine
A federal judge has issued a preliminary injunction blocking the Environmental Protection Agency from taking action against a massive Alaska mining project that the agency says could be catastrophic for… Click to Continue »
20, Dec 2014 - West Virginia Joins in Lawsuit against Obama Administration
Seventeen states, including West Virginia, are suing the Obama administration over the president's recent executive actions on immigration.
20, Dec 2014 - Three Sentenced in Aryan Brotherhood of Texas Racketeering Conspiracy
Three Aryan Brotherhood of Texas (ABT) gang members and associates from Houston and Dallas were sentenced to prison this week for their roles in the violent ABT enterprise.
20, Dec 2014 - Man gets 80 years in teacher's oil-patch killing
BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) — A Colorado man was sentenced Monday to 80 years in prison for killing a Montana teacher in a case that emerged as a chilling example of the social changes brought by the Northern Plains' oil boom.
20, Dec 2014 - Son of Fresno DOJ agent will stand trial for double murder
Eloy Romero Jr., 25, of Reedley is accused of fatally shooting two men in the back of the head. The double murder qualifies him for the death penalty or life… Click to Continue »
20, Dec 2014 - U.S., Cuba restore ties after 50 years
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Cuba has released American aid worker Alan Gross after five years in prison, a U.S. official said on Wednesday amid reports of a prisoner exchange that heralds a major overhaul of U.S. policy toward Cuba. The U.S. official said Gross was released on humanitarian grounds. CNN reported a prisoner exchange that also included Cuba releasing a U.S. intelligence source and the ...
20, Dec 2014 - Opposition to prison relocation the focus of meeting in Tooele County
TOOELE COUNTY, Utah — More than 200 people turned out at Grantsville High School Friday night to speak out against the state prison relocating to their community. “When people talk about Tooele County, I’ve heard it called the dumping grounds for anything not wanted in the state, so I feel a lot of that stuff […]
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