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Lawsuit Filed Against Jody Kriss, Former Bayrock Executive & Founder of East River Partners
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Second Oregon sex offender at Umatilla prison dies unexpectedly in just nine days
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30, Sep 2014 - New hookah bar says smoking ban doesn't apply
A hookah bar that opened last week in Lincoln says it believes it is operating legally despite a state Supreme Court ruling last month that threw out exceptions to the state's indoor smoking ban for cigar bars and tobacco shops.
30, Sep 2014 - Abuse charges prompts firings at Florida Department of Corrections
State prison officials did some major house cleaning this week, firing 13 people in the wake of widespread abuse allegations.
30, Sep 2014 - 2nd suspect in officer-involved shooting appears in court
Terronta Booker appeared in federal court in Henderson Tuesday on federal charges of a felon in possession of a firearm.
30, Sep 2014 - North Carolina truck driver sentenced for sexually assaulting children in Farrell and Sharon
A Mercer County judge has sentenced a North Carolina truck driver to 25 to 75 years in prison for sexually assaulting four children in Farrell and Sharon between 2009 and 2011.
30, Sep 2014 - Walmart gun theft suspect in Yellowstone County jail, faces federal charges
BILLINGS - The man police believe assaulted a west end Walmart employee then stole a semi-automatic rifle and ammunition has been booked into the Yellowstone County jail.
30, Sep 2014 - Holder leaves mark on Washington state
During U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder’s tenure, the Justice Department launched a civil-rights investigation of the Seattle Police Department, which led to a landmark settlement agreement with the city in 2012.
30, Sep 2014 - Tomoka prison tops state in 2014 inmate deaths
Eight inmates have died this year at Tomoka Correctional Institution near Daytona Beach - the most when compared to other prisons without a hospital or large medical facility, according to the Florida Department of Corrections.
30, Sep 2014 - Slot machine saves German gambler as police arrive
A gambler in Germany has been saved from prison by a one-armed bandit.
30, Sep 2014 - Appeals Court Blocks House Candidate From Ballot
A divided appeals court has rejected pleas from a Republican state House candidate who contends she was improperly kept off the November ballot because of a bank error on a qualifying check.
30, Sep 2014 - Emporia man gets 21 months for drug trafficking
An Emporia man was sentenced Monday to 21 months in federal prison after pleading guilty to charges stemming from a raid on his residence in which 35 pounds of marijuana and 21 firearms were found. Kennan R.
30, Sep 2014 - Judge moves back Scott Walker's prison report date to Dec. 1 for medical reasons
GULFPORT, Mississippi -- Scott Walker's 18-month stint in federal prison will not begin until Dec. 1 after U.S. District Judge Keith Starrett allowed the delay for medical reasons, according to court documents.  Walker pleaded guilty to his role in fraud...
30, Sep 2014 - Detroit porch shooter gets 17 years for killing teen
A tearful judge on Wednesday sent a white Michigan man to prison for at least 17 years for fatally shooting an unarmed black teenager on his front porch in a racially charged case that sparked protests in the Detroit area.
30, Sep 2014 - STATE BILL WOULD LET JUDGES EXPAND SIZE OF CITY COUNCILS AND BOARDS
Rancho Santa Fe businessman John Cox has been touting a statewide initiative that would increase the number of legislators. The goal — admirable, in my mind — was to create a more responsive Legislature by carving out smaller districts, but Californians didn’t warm to the notion of 12,000 Assembly members and senators.
30, Sep 2014 - New murder sentence for gang slaying: Judge reduces life without parole term to 50 years for 23-yea
A 23-year-old Redwood City man convicted as a teenager of killing a 19-year-old man at a party six years ago was resentenced Friday to 50 years to life in prison.
30, Sep 2014 - CEO, Two Others Guilty in Georgia Salmonella-Tainted Peanut Trial
Albany, Ga. — More than five years after hundreds of Americans got sick from eating salmonella-tainted peanut butter, the top executive at the Georgia plant where it was made was convicted Friday and faces prison time in a rare food-poisoning trial that advocates said sends a stern warning to others who may be tempted to place profits over safety.
30, Sep 2014 - Jury awards $545,000 to Fremont charter school founder who was fired
The founder and former chief executive of a charter school in Fremont has been awarded $545,000 in damages by jurors who found that she had been fired in retaliation for complaining that she had been discriminated against.
30, Sep 2014 - Sources Say: Oregon vs. Oracle? Outside state, few seem interested
How big a deal is the fight between Oregon and Oracle on the Cover Oregon health exchange website? In state court, Oregon has accused Oracle of racketeering; in federal court, Oracle has accused Oregon of contract and copyright violations. But none of those suits were mentioned in the recent national ...
30, Sep 2014 - Texas stripper sentenced to 20 years for starving her children
By Jim Forsyth SAN ANTONIO (Reuters) - A Texas woman who authorities said worked as a "freelance stripper" was sentenced on Thursday by a jury to 20 years in prison for starving her two daughters and neglecting their care. Kayela McClintick, 24 and of San Antonio, was convicted a day earlier by the same jury after it deliberated for about half an hour on two counts of injury to a child by ...
30, Sep 2014 - Burglary suspect files lawsuit against Portsmouth police detective for taking DNA sample
A man suspected of twice burglarizing a Seacoast jewelry store and roughly 15 others in Massachusetts filed a lawsuit against a Portsmouth police detective for taking his DNA sample while he was being held at a Massachusetts jail.
30, Sep 2014 - Filings add to complications of Revel bankruptcy
Court filings Friday added some tension to Revel Casino Hotel's next bankruptcy hearing, scheduled for Monday morning in Camden.
30, Sep 2014 - OC businessman gets 7 years for $180M tax fraud
A former Southern California businessman who failed to report $180 million in income has been sentenced to seven years in prison for tax fraud.
30, Sep 2014 - Oklahoma beheading suspect's conversion to Islam surprised family
Alton Nolen told relatives after his release from prison on drug and assault charges last year that he wanted to focus on getting his life in order.
30, Sep 2014 - Man claims he robbed store to pay probation costs
SEBRING — An Avon Park teenager who told authorities he robbed a convenience store clerk to get money to pay his $500 probation fine will spend the next 10 years in prison, a judge decided this week.
30, Sep 2014 - Governor appoints Kara Pettit to 3rd District Court
Gov. Gary Herbert has appointed Kara L. Pettit to fill a vacancy on the 3rd District Court. Subject to Senate confirmation,...
30, Sep 2014 - Attempted murder rap for fighter
Former MMA fighter Jon Koppenhaver, better known by his ring name 'War Machine' faces potential life in prison without the possibility of parole if he's found guilty in the assault on his ex-girlfriend, Christy Mack. 
30, Sep 2014 - Missouri executes Earl Ringo Jr after rejecting concerns over drugs used
Confessed double murderer declined to take sedative midazolam, which is linked to botched executions A Missouri inmate has been put to death Wednesday for killing two people during a restaurant robbery in 1998. Earl Ringo Jr, 40, and an accomplice killed delivery driver Dennis Poyser and manager trainee JoAnna Baysinger at a Ruby Tuesday restaurant in Columbia in the early hours of 4 July 1998 ...
30, Sep 2014 - Oil and gas companies court military veterans as shale boom grows
John MacZura, an Army infantry veteran, started work a week after graduation.
30, Sep 2014 - Yakima couple sentenced to home confinement for tax crimes
Sat, 06 Sep 2014 22:16:26 GMT By Mai Hoang Yakima Herald-Republic A Yakima couple have been sentenced to six months of home confinement after they pleaded guilty in federal court to income tax crimes. Senior District Judge Fred Van Sickle sentenced Karen L. Kivett, 61, for filing a false income tax refund claim, while h...
30, Sep 2014 - GOP hopes to keep power under new redistricting
HARRISBURG – For the past 3 1/2 years, Republicans controlled all three power centers in Pennsylvania government – the governorship, both chambers of the Legislature and a majority of the seven-seat Supreme Court.
30, Sep 2014 - Law Firm Merger Creates One of US’s Largest Insurance Law Firms
Chicago and Los Angeles –Hinshaw & Culbertson LLP, a national law firm with 460 lawyers in 22 offices around the country and Barger & Wolen LLP, a California-based law firm with 45 attorneys in six offices, announced today they will join forces.
30, Sep 2014 - Panama City pastor reaching addicts behind bars, on streets
Rick McClung heard the familiar clang of the prison door locking behind him. Stepping through security screens, he was patted down and sent down the hallway.
30, Sep 2014 - Software updates coming to Coryell County Courthouse
GATESVILLE — The Coryell County Courthouse is 117 years old, and some of the court records in the musty basement are older than that. But starting this fall, judges, clerks and lawyers will have a new
30, Sep 2014 - Man pleads guilty to scam that targeted seniors
SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — A 31-year-old man has pleaded guilty in federal court in Sacramento to his role in a telemarketing scheme that officials say defrauded senior citizens out of thousands of dollars.
30, Sep 2014 - Federal appeals court: Indiana’s same-sex marriage ban is unconstitutional
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (September 4, 2014)– The 7th circuit appeals court has ruled that the same-sex marriage bans in Indiana and Wisconsin are unconstitutional. Supporters of marriage equality gathered in the Windy City for a rally on August 25 ahead of this week’s hearing in the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals. On August 26, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh […]
30, Sep 2014 - CSX: Film crew denied track access before crash
SAVANNAH, Ga. (AP) — CSX Transportation twice denied producers of a biographical movie about singer Gregg Allman permission to shoot on its railroad tracks before a freight train slammed into the film's crew in south Georgia, killing one worker and injuring six, the company said in court documents.
30, Sep 2014 - Trial for Jeffrey Miles begins 19 years after homicide
CHAMBERSBURG >> Jeffrey Miles' cold case murder trial began Monday with audio and video recordings of police interviews containing details of the April 6, 2010 incident that led to his arrest in connection with a 1995 homicide.
30, Sep 2014 - Idaho’s prison population decreased 5 percent in 2013
The nation's state and federal prison population increased for first time since 2009, according to a new report from the Justice Department's Bureau of Justice Statistics. Click to Continue »
30, Sep 2014 - W.Va. high court to hear GOP ballot case Tuesday
West Virginia's Supreme Court will hear Kanawha County Republicans' plea to fill an empty House of Delegates ballot slot.
30, Sep 2014 - State Court Denies Concord First Appeal
Concord First has come in second, again. The group, which filed a petition this summer to place the question “should Concord become a township of the first class” on the Nov. 4 ballot, lost its appeal in Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court. The court upheld the denial issued in August by Delaware County Common Pleas Court.
30, Sep 2014 - Vote Patricia Conway for county attorney
I am writing to express my support for the candidacy of Patricia Conway to be the next Rockingham County attorney. This is a very important job, and in my opinion, while others may have qualities applicable to the position, attorney Conway is the most...
30, Sep 2014 - Courtroom comment lands Dover spectator in jail
Unless First Assistant Public Defender Clasina Mahoney can find a way to intervene, a Dover woman could sit in York County Prison until Oct.17 on a contempt of court charge.
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