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25, Jan 2015 - Man get 30 years for beating kid unconscious, pouring boiling water on face
Jonathan Alicea will finally go to prison for beating a child unconscious and pouring boiling water on his face.
25, Jan 2015 - Back in time 01-16-15
Jan. 16, 1945: Mr. and Mrs. O.F. Bailey received a card this morning from their son, Pvt. Jack W. Bailey, who is a prisoner of war of the Japanese government. He is in a prison camp in Thailand.
25, Jan 2015 - Woman says boxer Jermain Taylor threatened to kill children
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. — A boxer who a Little Rock woman says pointed a gun at her children and threatened to kill them has been released from jail after posting bond.
25, Jan 2015 - Court overturns black man’s sex crime convictions against white teens after prosecutor quotes rac
BOISE, Idaho (AP) — The Idaho Court of Appeals has vacated a black man’s sex crime convictions against two white female teenagers because 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 […]
25, Jan 2015 - Hazleton man sentenced to state prison for heroin sale in Kingston
WILKES-BARRE — A man from Hazleton was sentenced Monday to prison for selling a large amount of heroin and entering a house to hide during a police chase.
25, Jan 2015 - University of Oregon and hoop coach sued over acceptance of former PC player Brandon Austin
The University of Oregon and its basketball coach, Dana Altman, have been sued by a woman who says she was sexually assaulted by three basketball players, one of whom was a transfer from Providence College.
25, Jan 2015 - Arvada teen who wanted to help ISIS sentenced to 4 years in prison
DENVER — Shannon Conley, 19, of Arvada was sentenced to four years in federal prison Friday after pleading guilty to wanting to join ISIS jihad. The judge also sentenced her to 100 hours community service. Conley also faces three years on supervised release for conspiracy to provide material support to a designated foreign terrorist organization. […]
25, Jan 2015 - Jury selection to start in cinema massacre trial
The first of some 9,000 potential jurors will report to court in Colorado as selection begins for the trial of James Holmes, the former neuroscience graduate student who killed 12 people in July 2012 at a midnight screening of a Batman movie. read more
25, Jan 2015 - Mailbag: Jim Mora-Bill Snyder handshake, SEC tumble
Happy Friday. Welcome to the mailbag. Follow me on Twitter. Oregon fans... is it time to pull out the ole Billy Baroo? As Judge Smails said, "Wooooo.... Billy, Billy, Billy... This is a biggie!" To the notes! Dan from Los Angeles writes: What are your thoughts on the Jim Mora handshake after the game? I thought it was tacky and lacked class. Ted Miller: I thought Mora had every right to be angry ...
25, Jan 2015 - Michigan bondage master gets life in prison in wife's death
DETROIT (AP) — Calling him a "master of manipulation," a judge sentenced a former Rotary Club president to life in prison Thursday for arranging his wife's killing so he could devote more time to cavorting with other women who shared his love for sexual bondage and domination.
25, Jan 2015 - Alan Jackson, former Los Angeles County Assistant Head Deputy District Attorney, has joined noted c
LOS ANGELES, Jan. 20, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- The Law Firm of Mark J. Werksman, established in 1994 and exclusively dedicated to criminal defense (with an emphasis on the most serious white collar matters) in all California state courts and Federal courts nationwide, is pleased to announce the addition of renowned attorney Alan Jackson to our firm. "Since leaving the Los Angeles County District ...
25, Jan 2015 - Ige appoints Chin to attorney general, Iwase to PUC chair
Gov. David Ige announced two more key appointments to his cabinet: former city managing director Doug Chin to attorney general and Randy Iwa…
25, Jan 2015 - Ex-Penn State president to face trial on Sandusky-related charges
By David DeKok HARRISBURG, Pa. (Reuters) - Penn State's former president and two other officials from the university must face trial on criminal charges they tried to hamper the investigation into assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky's sexual molestation of boys, a Pennsylvania judge ruled on Wednesday. The university's ex-President Graham Spanier, former Athletic Director Tim Curley, and ex ...
25, Jan 2015 - Nevada Attorney General Appealing Order Granting New Trial for Inmate
Nevada Attorney General Adam Laxalt says he's appealing a federal judge's order granting a new trial for a Nevada death row inmate convicted of killing an FBI agent in Las Vegas. 
25, Jan 2015 - Review by state Department of Corrections clears coal waste of Fayette County inmates’ health iss
Coal waste near a state prison in Fayette County is not adversely impacting inmates’ health, according to a review by the Department of Corrections. The ...
25, Jan 2015 - Ex-judge's wife to plead guilty in Texas revenge plot
The estranged wife and accused accomplice of former Justice of the Peace Eric Williams will plead guilty Tuesday to murder in connection to the 2013 assassinations of the Kaufman County district attorney, his wife and a top assistant, WFAA-TV has learned.
25, Jan 2015 - Judges rule school finance inadequate
A three-judge panel ruled Tuesday that Kansas public school funding is not adequate, in an opinion that faults the Legislature for linking funding to local sources.
25, Jan 2015 - US court sentences radical cleric to life in prison (+video)
An Egyptian-born cleric was sentenced to life in prison Friday by a US district judge. Mustafa Kamel Mustafa was convicted of aiding terrorists who kidnapped tourists in Yemen and helping others plot to open a terror training camp in Oregon.
25, Jan 2015 - Court upholds ruling favoring town in Beaman lawsuit
NORMAL — A federal appeals court has upheld a federal district court's decision that dismissed a civil rights lawsuit filed by Alan Beaman against several Normal police officers.
25, Jan 2015 - Judge: MCSO barred from conducting work raids
A judge has barred Maricopa County officials from enforcing two Arizona identity theft laws that have been used to convict hundreds of immigrant workers.
25, Jan 2015 - 'Phil' Africa, one of the MOVE 9, dies in prison
William Phillips Africa, 63, a high-ranking member of MOVE who was serving a 30- to 100-year sentence in the death of a Philadelphia police officer during a 1978 shootout, died in prison Saturday, officials said Wednesday.
25, Jan 2015 - Attorney's ear-licking harassment conviction upheld by court
LIHUE, Hawaii (AP) — A state appeals court affirmed a Kauai attorney's harassment conviction for licking a former client's ear.
25, Jan 2015 - US Supreme Court poised to take up same-sex marriage (+video)
Both sides in the same-sex marriage debate want the US Supreme Court to act definitively. Differences in federal appeals court rulings could prompt the high court's consideration of gay marriage, now legal in 36 states and the District of Columbia.
25, Jan 2015 - California man pleads guilty to gas pump skimming device
A California man was in federal court Wednesday after he traveled to Idaho on twice so he could install credit card account number skimmers in gas station pumps in both Caldwell and Idaho Falls.
25, Jan 2015 - Lincoln man sentenced for having child pornography
A Lincoln man has been sentenced to 13 years in prison for possession of child pornography.
25, Jan 2015 - Supreme Court avoids lather, OKs inmate’s half-inch beard
The Supreme Court on Tuesday unanimously struck down an Arkansas prison ban on inmate beards, a remarkable legal victory for a habitual offender turned devout Muslim who started off representing… Click to Continue »
25, Jan 2015 - New Hampshire mom accused of beating 3-year-old to death had faced child abuse charges before
A woman charged with beating her 3-year-old daughter to death had faced child abuse charges before: She was indicted last year on a charge of striking an 8-year-old boy with a belt, but the case was dismissed because he was too scared to testify against her, according to court papers.
25, Jan 2015 - Islamic cleric gets life in prison
An Egyptian-born cleric who turned a London mosque into a training ground for extremist Islamists was sent to prison for life on Friday by a judge who cited his lack of remorse for "barbaric" acts that included aiding kidnappers who killed four tourists in Yemen in 1998 and sending two men to the United States to open a terrorist training camp in Oregon.
25, Jan 2015 - Mamtek: Civil Trials begin
This Tuesday the first civil trial involving Mamtek will take place in federal court. The trial will aid those that lost millions on the industrial development project.
25, Jan 2015 - La Supreme Court won't hear appeal in ULL student's murder
The Louisiana Supreme Court won't hear Brandon Lavergne's request to overturn his guilty pleas to two murders, including that of 21-year-old university student Mickey Shunick.
25, Jan 2015 - Judge Norbert Nadel reflects on 40 years on the bench
Hamilton County Common Pleas Judge Norbert Nadel marks a new chapter in his life on New Year's Eve. Based on Ohio's constitution, Nadel, 75, will retire from the bench on Dec. 31.
25, Jan 2015 - Northwest D.C. man sentenced in Bloomingdale double-killing
A roundup of news items from Maryland, Virginia and the District.
25, Jan 2015 - Judge tells Michigan to recognize gay marriages. Will Supreme Court agree?
As had happened in dozens of other states, a federal judge had struck down the state’s ban on gay marriage. On Thursday, another federal judge ordered Michigan to recognize those 300-plus marriages – good news for the couples involved and potentially for others wishing to get married. More significantly for a controversial issue that has swept across the country – same-sex marriage is now legal ...
25, Jan 2015 - Blanchard man, 72, sentenced for sex abuse
SANDPOINT - A Blanchard man accused of sexually abusing two children over extended periods of time was ordered to serve 90 days in jail on Tuesday.
25, Jan 2015 - Judge expected to rule soon on union's lawsuit against Maine mill sale to Canadian firm
A federal judge will rule next week on a union's antitrust lawsuit that seeks to block the sale of a Maine paper mill to a Canadian metal recycler.
25, Jan 2015 - Trial date set in case regarding Alabama House Speaker Mike Hubbard
A trial date has been set for March 9 in the case involving Alabama House Speaker Mike Hubbard who faces 23 felony ethics law violations. 
25, Jan 2015 - Teen charged with killing mother in Bali allowed defense fund
By Mark Guarino CHICAGO (Reuters) - A Chicago-area woman will be allowed access to about 10 percent of her $1.56 million trust fund to help pay for her defense on murder charges in the death of her mother at an Indonesian resort, an Illinois judge ruled on Tuesday. Heather Mack, 19, is accused of murdering her mother, Sheila von Wiese-Mack, 62, while on vacation at a luxury resort in Bali last ...
25, Jan 2015 - Wisconsin Supreme Court measure, billed as move toward congeniality, seen as rip on Shirley Abraham
The left-leaning Center on Media and Democracy called it "a coordinated GOP attack" on Chief Justice Shirley Abrahamson. Neil Heinen, editorial director of WISC-TV in Madison, said it "borders on frivolous abuse of the constitutional amending process." The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel editorialized that Republicans apparently want "to retroactively overturn an election."
25, Jan 2015 - Updated: Judge overturns New Mexico county's drilling ordinance
A federal judge has overturned a New Mexico county’s ban on oil and natural gas drilling that was the first... more »
25, Jan 2015 - Wisconsin Supreme Court challenger has no opinion on 1960s civil rights legislation
MADISON, Wis. — Wisconsin Supreme Court challenger James Daley says he has no opinion on 1960s civil rights decisions but believes the courts provided solutions during a hard time.
25, Jan 2015 - Murder trial of Aaron Hernandez begins with jury selection
The murder trial of former New England Patriots player Aaron Hernandez began Friday with the judge telling the first batch of prospective jurors that they could still be chosen to sit on the panel even if they had heard...
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