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01, Feb 2015 - Appeals panel upholds Whittemore’s conviction
A federal appeals court in San Francisco on Monday upheld the illegal campaign contribution conviction of former political power broker Harvey Whittemore.
01, Feb 2015 - Federal pen next for man who helped file $500K in bogus returns from state prison
Hundreds of false claims filed in and out of prison.
01, Feb 2015 - Aaron Hernandez murder trial postponed for Monday due to expected snow storm
FALL RIVER, Mass. — The murder trial of former New England Patriot Aaron Hernandez has been cancelled on Monday due to the snowstorm that is expected to dump up to 14 inches of snow in Massachusetts.
01, Feb 2015 - Price Asking Taxpayers To Pick Up Legal Tab
Dallas County commissioner John Wiley Price is asking taxpayers to foot the bill for his legal defense. But he was a no-show at a hearing in federal court on Tuesday morning.
01, Feb 2015 - CALPASC Praises Tenacity Of Yolo County District Attorney In Pursuing High Profile Bad Actor
SACRAMENTO, Jan. 12, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- The California Professional Association of Specialty Contractors (CALPASC) applauds the Yolo County District Attorney for the relentless pursuit of Earl James Thompson and Valery Alena Thompson who have been charged with 27 counts for fraudulent actions in association with the University of California, Davis (UCD) Tercero project. Valery Thompson was ...
01, Feb 2015 - Things to know about the Boston Marathon bombing trial - Quincy Herald-Whig | Illinois & Missouri N
BOSTON (AP) - Jury selection in the federal death penalty trial of Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev is heading into its second month as Judge George O'Toole Jr. continues the process of questioning prospective jurors individually to find 18 people who can be fair and impartial.
01, Feb 2015 - 'Habitual offender' sentenced for carjacking 68-year-old woman
A New Orleans man with "REDRUM" - murder spelled backward - tattooed across his forehead has been sentenced to 30 years in prison for carjacking a 68-year-old woman in a Metairie parking lot.
01, Feb 2015 - Here's what to know about judge in marathon bombing trial
BOSTON (AP) — U.S. District Judge George O'Toole Jr. is presiding over the trial of Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev. O'Toole has handled several high-profile trials since he became a federal judge two decades ago. Here are some things to know about him:
01, Feb 2015 - Two teens receive probation for July theft
MUSCATINE, Iowa — A Muscatine man was sentenced Jan. 30 after pleading guilty to second-degree theft, a class D felony. 
01, Feb 2015 - Ga. man executed for killing fellow inmate - Quincy Herald-Whig | Illinois & Missouri News, Sports
ATLANTA (AP) - A man convicted in the killing of a fellow inmate has been executed in Georgia despite claims by his lawyers that he was intellectually disabled.
01, Feb 2015 - Outrage Over Citizens United Has Jump-Started a Revolution
It’s hard to believe that Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission, the court case decision that has dramatically changed campaign spending, is already five years old. Back in 2008, there was a film called Hillary: The Movie that the conservative nonprofit group Citizens United wanted to advertise on television. Citizens United wanted to show ads for Hillary on television within 30 days of ...
01, Feb 2015 - Lawyers seek to exonerate ex-Army officer who ordered soliders to shoot Afghan men
(c) 2015, The Washington Post. Every morning, Clint Lorance wakes up in his Army-issued prison cell at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, and looks at a photo of two dead Afghan men.
01, Feb 2015 - Ohio prescription-drug operation leader sentenced
A man described as a leader of a prescription-drug trafficking operation in which pills were obtained from pharmacies in seven states has been sentenced to 10 years in prison.
01, Feb 2015 - Deputies: Mother, daughter found dead in home; 4 arrested
Two people are dead and four people are in custody following a crime spree in Polk County, deputies say.
01, Feb 2015 - Farmers in dry California decry decision involving appeals
FRESNO, Calif. (AP) — The U.S. Supreme Court refused Monday to consider appeals by Central Valley farmers and California water districts that want to pump more water from a delta that serves as the only home of a tiny, threatened fish.
01, Feb 2015 - Gov. moves to clarify status of DA in Hernandez case
BOSTON — Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker moved Wednesday to clarify the status of the recently appointed prosecutor whose office is overseeing the murder case against former New England Patriots star Aaron Hernandez. The governor's office said it did not believe questions about whether Thomas Quinn would continue as Bristol district attorney and for how long would have any impact on the ...
01, Feb 2015 - Alan Gross Among Special Guests To Attend State Of The Union
Alan Gross, who returned home in December after five years of being jailed in Cuba, will have a prime viewing spot for President Barack Obama’s State of the Union address.
01, Feb 2015 - Court revives lawsuit tied to movie studio investigation
The Michigan appeals court has revived a lawsuit against a retired state investigator and an ex-prosecutor who are accused of conducting a rogue review that led to charges against two developers in the Grand Rapids area.
01, Feb 2015 - Georgia executes convict despite claims he was mentally disabled
Warren Lee Hill, 54, was pronounced dead by lethal injection at 7:55 p.m. (0055 GMT Wednesday), after the U.S. Supreme Court denied a request to put his execution on hold, Georgia Attorney General Sam Olens said in a statement. The Georgia Board of Pardons and Paroles refused on Tuesday to stop the execution, as did the state Supreme Court last week. Hill was condemned for beating fellow inmate ...
01, Feb 2015 - Man paralyzed in drive-by shooting granted appeal
The Mississippi Supreme Court will hear an appeal from Eric Wallace, a paralyzed Warren County man convicted in a 2011 drive-by shooting.
01, Feb 2015 - Utah chief justice: fund more drug treatment
Utah must spend more on drug and mental-health treatment if it wants to cut crime, Utah Chief Supreme Court Justice Matthew B. Durrant told legislators Monday. âThe consensus estimate is that 80 percent of all crimes involve some underlying drug or alcohol problem,â Durrant said in his annual State of the Judiciary speech. âFrom the courtâs perspective, the most important thing we can do to ...
01, Feb 2015 - Miss. files fraud lawsuit against Khosla over KiOR
JACKSON-- The state of Mississippi has sued billionaire Vinod Khosla and others, saying they knew long ago that bankrupt biofuel firm KiOR had poor prospects for success, but misled the state into loaning the company $75 million.
01, Feb 2015 - N.C. legislators want high court to rule on gay marriage
RALEIGH, N.C. North Carolina legislative leaders say they'll ask the U.S. Supreme Court to quickly hear their appeal seeking to reverse lower-court rulings that legalized gay marriage in the state.
01, Feb 2015 - Detective: Teen confessed to killing teacher but denied rape - Quincy Herald-Whig | Illinois & Miss
SALEM, Mass. (AP) - A teenager accused of killing his high school math teacher told police he knocked her out with a "karate chop" before slicing her neck two times with a box cutter, a police detective said Friday in a pre-trial hearing.
01, Feb 2015 - Jones throws hat into ring for county judge
SUNBURY - Magisterial District Judge Hugh A. Jones is the first candidate to throw his hat into the ring for Northumberland County's judge election in 2015. Jones, who announced his candidacy Monday, has served as magistrate for the Riverside-Elysburg-Mount Carmel area since being appointed by the bench in 2009 after the retirement of Michael Mychak. He won election in 2011. It's expected two of ...
01, Feb 2015 - 'Intellectually disabled' man set for execution in Ga.
Twice-convicted murderer Warren Lee Hill is set to be executed in Georgia on Tuesday night, despite pleas from human rights groups and legal representatives who say his intellectual disability should make him ineligible for the death penalty. Hill has an IQ of approximately 70 and the "emotional capacity of a young boy, " said his attorney.
01, Feb 2015 - Dunn pleads guilty, sentenced to 10 years
An Enterprise licensed professional counselor is sentenced to 10 years in prison after pleading guilty to sexual abuse of a child.
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01, Feb 2015 - Former lawyer shot by Metro officer gets probation
A former attorney who ran an unsuccessful bid for Clark County District Attorney was sentenced Thursday to five years probation on three felony charges stemming from a roadside confrontation with Las Vegas police.
01, Feb 2015 - Convicted cop killer dies in prison
An inmate serving a life sentence for the murder of a Cedar Rapids Police Officer dies in prison.
01, Feb 2015 - 35-year-old son of Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy arrested on federal land outside Vegas
LAS VEGAS — Authorities say the son of Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy has been arrested on federal land on parole violations and a drug court arrest warrant.
01, Feb 2015 - TX lawmakers look to see if procedures should change following Midland accident
Texas lawmakers say they are going to look into last week's deadly prison bus crash near Midland to see if procedures need to be changed.
01, Feb 2015 - Texans Sentenced for Kidnapping Arkansas Man
United States Attorney Stephanie A. Finley announced that two Texans were sentenced on Monday to 150 months in prison for kidnapping an Arkansas man and lying to FBI special agents.
01, Feb 2015 - District Court for Jan. 21
District Justice Little The following cases were administered by Magisterial District Judge Tony Little: Robin Mulligan, 121 E.
01, Feb 2015 - Judge Refuses to Toss Rick Perry Abuse of Power Case
AUSTIN, TX — A judge on Tuesday rejected former Gov.Rick Perry’s attempt to throw out a two-count indictment against him, saying it’s too early in the case to challenge the constitutionality of the charges. The Texas Tribune reports, Perry’s attorneys immediately filed notice that they will appeal the 21-page ruling, which was issued Tuesday afternoon by Bert […]
01, Feb 2015 - Howard Co. Bloods leader, others, sentenced in gang-related crimes
The alleged leader of a Howard County branch of the Bloods street gang was sentenced to seven years and eight months in federal prison Wednesday The alleged leader of a Howard County branch of the Bloods street gang was sentenced to seven years and eight months in federal prison Wednesday
01, Feb 2015 - Ex-con's journey from jail to job puts Augusta in state-wide spotlight
The success story of a former inmate has Governor Nathan Deal praising Augusta for justice system reform. It's a story of redemption and the power of a second chance from the journey of a man who learned not to let anything define you.
01, Feb 2015 - Judge: Norway violated Minnesota's equal-pay law
The Norwegian government violated Minnesota's equal-pay laws by paying a female former employee $30,000 less than a male counterpart, a federal judge has ruled.
01, Feb 2015 - Stevensville man receives 200-year prison sentence for impregnating 11-year-old
RAVALLI CO - A Stevensville man who impregnated an 11-year-old girl was sentenced to 200 years in prison.
01, Feb 2015 - Former Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell Gets 2 Years In Prison
McDonnell and his wife, Maureen, were convicted in September on several charges of corruption while he was in office. McDonnell must report to prison on Feb. 9.
01, Feb 2015 - Judge strikes down South Dakota's same-sex marriage ban
Danielle Haynes PIERRE, S.D., Jan. 12 (UPI) -- A federal judge ruled South Dakota's ban on same-sex marriage is unconstitutional Monday, though the decision will be stayed pending an appeal.
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