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31, Mar 2015 - Student takes ‘a long shot,’ scores
Freshman Dan Ray recently made a $10,000 half-court shot during a home basketball game. The post Student takes ‘a long shot,’ scores appeared first on The Temple News .
31, Mar 2015 - GPS monitoring of sex offenders for life? Supreme Court reverses N.C. case (+video)
The US Supreme Court reversed lower court rulings that upheld a North Carolina law allowing a sex offender to be put under GPS monitoring for the rest of his life.
31, Mar 2015 - Rodney Reed's Attorneys: New Affidavit Could Prove Innocence
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31, Mar 2015 - Justices Asked To Order Redrawn Congressional Districts
The Florida Supreme Court should order a third draft of the state's congressional districts to fully eliminate illegal gerrymandering, attorneys for groups that have challenged the map argued Wednesday.
31, Mar 2015 - Intoxication manslaughter trial set to begin
TYLER MORNING TELEGRAPH (TYLER) -The trial of a woman accused of killing her 5-year-old granddaughter in a crash last July while she was intoxicated is set to begin Tuesday.The Smith County District Attorney's Office said the felony intoxication manslaughter trial of Glynda Denise Morrow, 51, is to begin testimony in 114th District Judge Christi Kennedy's court.Ms. Morrow was traveling on County ...
31, Mar 2015 - Teen accused of making online threats heads to trial, child porn charges on hold
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. — West Catholic High School student Matthew Herrington will go to trial to face charges after police say he made false threats of terrorism against some of his classmates. Herrington, 17, is charged with two counts of making a false threat of terrorism after police said he posted threatening pictures and text […]
31, Mar 2015 - Debra Milke: Why freedom feels so elusive to death row exonerees
Until this week, Debra Milke, who spent 22 years on Arizona’s death row, remained a ward of the state. At that moment, Ms. Milke became a member of an exclusive club no one would voluntarily attend – one of the few who were walked by the US justice system to the threshold of state-sponsored death only to be fully released after courts found their conviction wrongful. The Milke case, which comes ...
31, Mar 2015 - UPDATE: Ex-worker pleads guilty in West Virginia chemical spill case
Two former employees at Freedom Industries are due in federal court March 18 for plea hearings on pollution charges stemming from a chemical spill in Charleston, 
31, Mar 2015 - Detroit man gets life without parole in revenge killing of 2-year-old girl
Kenneth French glared Tuesday at the man awaiting his sentence for fatally shooting French's 2-year-old daughter in what authorities said was a revenge attack.
31, Mar 2015 - OU hires former federal judge amid fraternity racism probe
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — The University of Oklahoma announced Monday the hiring of a prominent Oklahoma attorney and former U.S. district judge to assist school officials with an investigation into a racist chant by some fraternity members.
31, Mar 2015 - Dick gets 99 years for murder of VPSO
Leroy Dick Jr. not eligible for discretionary parole, nor reductions to his sentence by Dave Bendinger
31, Mar 2015 - Ferguson’s not the only city to get scathing federal report
The report is daunting, and tears apart the Ferguson Police Department’s systemic discrimination against blacks. After a monthslong investigation, federal investigators issued a scathing report Wednesday highlighting discriminatory and unconstitutional practices by law enforcement in the St. Louis suburb of Ferguson. And even though the Justice Department cleared Darren Wilson, a white former ...
31, Mar 2015 - Scribd Must Comply With The Americans With Disabilities Act
A federal court's ruling against Scribd may spark a litigation tsunami
31, Mar 2015 - Judge accused of joking about racist frat chant
New Mexico District Court Judge Fred Van Soelen is accused of making offensive jokes while on the bench about a viral racist video. CNN affiliate KRQE reports.
31, Mar 2015 - Citing Threats, Rowland Tries Again To Win New Trial
Just days before his sentencing, former Gov. John G. Rowland is trying again to persuade a judge to grant him a new trial, claiming he has new proof that federal prosecutors threatened a potential witness and withheld evidence that supported his claim of innocence.
31, Mar 2015 - Proposal could wipe clean some pot-related criminal records
SALEM — As Oregon prepares for legal recreational pot, state lawmakers are looking at options to make it easier for people convicted of marijuana-related crimes to get their criminal records expunged. A bill to help people convicted prior to a 2013 reclassification of marijuana offenses passed the state Senate with ...
31, Mar 2015 - Public meeting set in racial profiling case against Arpaio
An official appointed by a judge to monitor Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio's office in a racial profiling case is scheduled to hold an April 22 community meeting in Tempe.
31, Mar 2015 - 15 Attorneys from Kane Russell Coleman & Logan PC Selected for the 2015 Texas Super Lawyers List of
15 Attorneys from Kane Russell Coleman & Logan PC selected to the 2015 Texas Super Lawyers list of Rising Stars (PRWeb March 19, 2015) Read the full story at
31, Mar 2015 - Man charged in deadly crash will stand trial
Several people were called to the stand Wednesday in a preliminary hearing for Goran Djordjevski.
31, Mar 2015 - Robert Durst, charged with murdering L.A. writer, faces new weapons charges
Hours after Los Angeles County prosecutors filed a murder charge against real estate scion Robert Durst in the December 2000 killing of his longtime friend Susan Berman, who was found shot execution-style in her Benedict Canyon home on Christmas Eve, Louisiana officials rebooked him on new...
31, Mar 2015 - Men sentenced to life in toddler's murder
Kenneth French glared Tuesday at the man awaiting his sentence for fatally shooting French's 2-year-old daughter in what authorities said was a revenge attack.
31, Mar 2015 - French police on trial for teen deaths that kicked off riots
CLICHY-SOUS-BOIS, France (AP) — Some things have changed since riots swept across France's troubled neighborhoods a decade ago. Public money has funded glistening new housing projects with Mondrian-style color schemes, roads have been re-paved, tramways installed and new sports and cultural facilities have been built.
31, Mar 2015 - Detroit Man Pleads Guilty to Federal Drug Charges
Keith Cornell McKinney, 32, also known as “Tony,” previously had admitted that on Oct. 9, 2013, he sold heroin to an informant working for the Huntington Drug and Violent Crimes Task Force.
31, Mar 2015 - Christian County Man Sentenced for Child Porn
Attorney General Jack Conway announces the sentencing of a Christian County man who previously pleaded guilty to possession of child pornography.
31, Mar 2015 - The reclusive ‘mafia princess’ Robert Durst is charged with killing
© AP Photo/Pat Sullivan Defendant Robert Durst during his trial Wednesday, Oct. 15, 2003, in Galveston, Texas. Durst was arrested two years prior and charged with the murder and dismemberment of his neighbor.
31, Mar 2015 - No Commutation for Accomplice in Del. Murder Case
Delaware's Board of Pardons has refused to consider commutation for a man serving life in prison for the killing of a Kent County man who was fed a Valium-laced macaroni salad before being stabbed to death.
31, Mar 2015 - Trial begins for Orlando man accused in roommate's slaying
A jury is scheduled to hear opening statements in the Orange County Courthouse on Tuesday in the trial of an Orlando man accused of one of the most gruesome murders in recent Central Florida history.
31, Mar 2015 - Police, March 2
West Hazleton incident reports West Hazleton police issued information alleging the following. Anyone with information is asked to call police at 570-455-3733. ■ Officers are investigating a retail theft of two LeapPad children’s electronic devices from S
31, Mar 2015 - No retrial for Nevada woman freed after 30 years
© AP Photo/The Reno Gazette-Journal, Andy Barron, File FILE - In this Sept. 8, 2014 file photo, Cathy Woods appears in Washoe District court in Reno, Nev. Washoe County District Attorney Chris Hicks plans to announce Friday, March 6, 2015, whether he intends to go forward with the retrial of Woods, who was ordered set free last year after spending more than 30 years in prison for a murder she ...
31, Mar 2015 - Herier appointed to county commission seat
The local Democratic Party on Wednesday appointed attorney David Herier to fill a vacant seat on the Board of Clark County Commissioners. Herier defeated county Democratic Party Chairman Dale Henry in a 28-6 vote by central committee members who met at UAW Local 402, 3671 Urbana Road. He was then sworn into office by Judge Eugene S. Nevius. Herier replaces former Clark County Commissioner David ...
31, Mar 2015 - Police on Trial: Tears, Anger Resurge Over 2005 French Riots
Police on trial: Tears, anger and unhealed wounds resurface 10 years after French riots
31, Mar 2015 - Bellingham murderer gets almost two-thirds off his prison sentence due to error in jury selection
A Bellingham man re-sentenced this week for murder must spend 13 1/3 years in prison, about a third of his original sentence, due in large part to a judicial error… Click to Continue »
31, Mar 2015 - Loretta Lynch AG nomination clears committee with GOP votes
The Senate Judiciary Committee cleared Loretta Lynch on Thursday to be the next attorney general, virtually guaranteeing she will be confirmed in the full Senate next month, even as Democrats intimated that Republicans who opposed her were guilty of racism. Ms. Lynch, an African-American and U.S. attorney for the Eastern ...
31, Mar 2015 - Megamall project's underside surfaces in racketeering trial
NEWARK, N.J. (AP) — A former Democratic power broker sold his political influence in schemes including one that involved a multibillion-dollar megamall project that has languished for more than a decade at New Jersey's Meadowlands sports complex, a federal prosecutor told jurors Thursday at the start of Joseph Ferriero's racketeering trial.
31, Mar 2015 - Former Viking pleads no contest in Los Angeles rape case
Former NFL star Darren Sharper has pleaded no contest in a Los Angeles court to charges of drugging and raping two women.
31, Mar 2015 - Bowe Bergdahl to be charged with desertion
WASHINGTON — Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl, who was captured by Taliban forces in Afghanistan in 2009 and returned to the United States in a controversial prisoner swap last year, will be charged with desertion and “misbehavior before the enemy,” the Army said Wednesday.
31, Mar 2015 - NCAA, UNC want lawsuit connected to academic scandal dismissed
The NCAA and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill are asking a federal judge in North Carolina to dismiss a lawsuit connected to the academic scandal involving Tar Heel athletes.
31, Mar 2015 - Cancer drug first tested in pet dogs begins human trials
( University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign ) A new drug that prompts cancer cells to self-destruct while sparing healthy cells is now entering phase I clinical trials in humans. The drug, called PAC-1, first showed promise in the treatment of pet dogs with spontaneously occurring cancers, and is still in clinical trials in dogs with osteosarcoma.
31, Mar 2015 - Judge Beverly rules negotiations violated Florida's Sunshine Law
As city leaders wrangle over a new agreement for retired police and firefighters, a judge has ruled the existing 30-year plan was negotiated in violation of Florida's Sunshine Law.
31, Mar 2015 - California man pleads not guilty to terrorism charges
SANTA ANA, California (AP) — A 21-year-old California man originally charged with lying on a passport application so he could travel to Syria pleaded not guilty Monday in federal court to new charges alleging he also tried to provide support to the Islamic State terror organization.
31, Mar 2015 - Maryland House Rejects Bill For Surcharges On Court Cases
A measure to add surcharges on Maryland court filings to help pay for an electronic court initiative has been rejected by the Maryland House of Delegates.
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