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01, Feb 2015 - Supreme Court declines to hear appeals in California water dispute
By Lawrence Hurley WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday rejected a challenge by California growers and local water management agencies to federal guidelines that limit water diversions to protect the Delta smelt fish. The decision not to hear two related cases means a March 2014 ruling by the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals siding with the federal government remains intact ...
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 - SC bill would change magistrate selection
It’s not the first time a lawmaker has sought to change the process, which can result in a politician’s selection of family friends and campaign donors for coveted magistrate judge spots, critics say. Sen. Lee Bright’s joint resolution, S. 99, would allow voters to change the constitution so that county magistrates would be appointed by a majority vote of the resident circuit court judges in the ...
01, Feb 2015 - Torez White has lengthy criminal past
Nineteen-year-old Torez White is the man JPD officers arrested Wednesday in a northeast Jackson neighborhood. White, who has an outstanding warrant with Ridgeland Police, just made it back to the State of Mississippi after he was let out of jail in Louisiana.
01, Feb 2015 - Head of Gulf Cartel pleads guilty to drug trafficking in Eastern District of Texas
U.S. Attorney John M. Bales announced today that the current head of the Mexican drug trafficking organization, the Gulf Cartel, or Cartel del Golfo, has pleaded guilty to drug trafficking charges in the Eastern District of Texas. Promote to Mobile 0 read more
01, Feb 2015 - Boston bombing trial judge begins difficult task of sifting through first of 1,200 jury candidates
Wearing a dark sweater and khaki pants, the accused, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, looked down much of the time, but occasionally glanced at potential jurors
01, Feb 2015 - Some council members want to end suit with police, fire unions
The city filed a suit last year against the San Antonio Police Officers Association and the San Antonio Professional firefighters Association, asking a state court to rule that a so-called evergreen clause in the contract violates the Texas Constitution. The mayor said SAPOA is in the midst of internal leadership elections and a third-party consultant is working through facts and figures to help ...
01, Feb 2015 - Florida's Broward County prepares mass same-sex wedding
County court clerks in South Florida finalized plans Friday to start marrying gay couples minutes after a federal stay in the case expires Monday night, with Broward County planning a 3 a.m. mass wedding.
01, Feb 2015 - "Menace" Brandon Rumple now pleads in court in Rowan on long list of charges
Last week the man known by law enforcement as the "Menace" and "Drug Kingpin of Enochville" pleaded guilty to a number of drug charges in Cabarrus County, and was then sentenced to between 11-15.2 years in prison.Now Brandon Rumple, 21, has pleaded to a long list of charges in Rowan County but will not actually serve additional time.Most of Rumple's charges in Rowan were drug related, but his ...
01, Feb 2015 - Erik Arneson vs. Gov. Tom Wolf, explained with four court cases
Less than a week after taking office, Gov. Tom Wolf got sued. Here is a look at four court cases, including the current one, to help you understand the fight, with Wolf and his administration on one side and Senate Republicans and the former executive director of the Office of Open Records on the
01, Feb 2015 - York Co. woman walking around topless for years gets jail time
Her attorney said Jonas would not have been arrested if she had been a man. 
01, Feb 2015 - Judge declines to toss abuse-of-power indictment against former Texas Gov. Rick Perry
A Texas judge on Tuesday refused to dismiss a felony abuse-of-power case against former Gov. Rick Perry on constitutional grounds, ruling that criminal charges against the possible 2016 presidential candidate should stand. District Judge Bert Richardson, who like Perry is a Republican, rejected calls from Perry's defence team to toss the case because its client was acting within his rights as ...
01, Feb 2015 - Jury selection begins Monday in alleged cop killer Brian Fitch's trial
Most every eligible juror in Dakota County already knew who he was, and most of them already thought he was guilty.
01, Feb 2015 - Judge says same-sex marriage lawsuit will go forward
A federal judge on Tuesday denied the state's motion to stay a lawsuit challenging Nebraska's ban on same-sex marriages and set a Feb. 19 hearing on a motion that would force the state to allow them while the case is pending.
01, Feb 2015 - Man sentenced to 15 years for meth trafficking
An Iowa City man has been sentenced to 15 years in prison for trafficking methamphetamine.
01, Feb 2015 - Ohio doctor sentenced in Charleston to 4 years in prison
Staff reports An Ohio doctor was sentenced in federal court in Charleston on Monday to 48 months in prison for writing more than 160 illegal prescriptions. Dr. Robert Timothy Hogan II, 33, of Coolsville, Ohio, admitted in October that he traveled between Athens County, Ohio, and Wood County, West Virginia, and wrote prescriptions for controlled substances to an individual who was not his patient ...
01, Feb 2015 - How One Woman Used Meditation to Quit Smoking
In randomized controlled trials, mindful techniques were more than twice as effective American Lung Association???s Freedom from Smoking treatment.
01, Feb 2015 - All 2015 Ohio executions delayed
COLUMBUS — There will be no executions in Ohio in 2015.
01, Feb 2015 - Idaho shooting suspect makes initial court appearance
SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) — A man suspected in the shooting deaths of his adoptive mother and two others in Idaho made an initial court appearance Monday in Washington state, where he was ordered held on $500,000 bail.
01, Feb 2015 - US top court weighs use of lethal injection drug
The US Supreme Court is due to review the use of lethal injection drugs following several bungled executions that saw inmates gasping for air during prolonged killings. The court could ban the use of the controversial midazolam sedative, which was used in three botched executions in the United States last year and is not approved by the US Food and Drug Administration to be used as an anesthetic ...
01, Feb 2015 - Winchester mom accused of putting infant in garbage bag to face a judge
Winchester police have charged Cassaundra Haney, 29, with attempted murder and tampering with evidence.
01, Feb 2015 - Man gets 200 years for impregnating his 11-year-old granddaughter
HAMILTON, Montana – A man has been sentenced to 200 years in prison for impregnating his 11-year-old granddaughter and molesting the victim’s younger sister. The Missoulian reported that Mikeal Shane Pruett, 55, of Stevensville, Montana, was sentenced Wednesday to 100 years each on two counts of incest. Pruett was arrested in June after the 11-year-old […]
01, Feb 2015 - Douglas County criminal defense attorneys important to process
As a criminal defense attorneys, Sarah Swain is one of many in Lawrence who to fight hard in order to ensure the justice system works, Kansas University Law professor and director of KU’s Project of Innocence and Conviction Remedies Jean Phillips said. Phillips, who Swain worked for in law school as a student intern, said defense attorneys ensure that the fact-finders have all of the information ...
01, Feb 2015 - Latest suit to block Nevada mustang roundups targets drugs
A federal judge has agreed to let wild-horse advocates make their case for a court order blocking another mustang roundup in Nevada in a legal battle underscoring divisions among protection groups over the use of a...
01, Feb 2015 - Judge refuses to toss abuse-of-power case against Rick Perry
A Texas judge on Tuesday refused to dismiss a felony abuse-of-power case against former Gov. Rick Perry on constitutional grounds, rejecting the argument that Perry was acting within his rights as chief executive of America's second-most populous state when he carried out a veto threat.
01, Feb 2015 - Ex-CIA officer convicted in New York Times leak case -Wash Post
WASHINGTON, Jan 26 (Reuters) - A former CIA officer was convicted in federal court in Virginia on Monday of leaking classified information to a New York Times reporter about a failed U.S. effort to undermine Iran's nuclear weapons program, the Washington Post reported. Jeffrey Sterling was found guilty of nine counts of unauthorized disclosure of national defense information that prosecutors ...
01, Feb 2015 - 1991 Murder Conviction Tossed For Derrick Hamilton In Case Tied To Infamous NYPD Detective Scarcell
A New York City judge has tossed out a 1991 murder conviction against a man who says he was framed by a now-retired detective.
01, Feb 2015 - McDonnell arrives for sentencing
The future life of former governor Bob McDonnell is expected to be decided today in a seventh-floor courtroom in downtown Richmond when a federal judge sentences him on public corruption charges.
01, Feb 2015 - Supreme Court won't take up looted art at Norton Simon
LOS ANGELES (AP) — A New York woman who has been fighting for years over ownership of two Renaissance masterpieces seized by the Nazis during World War II won a legal round this week when the U.S. Supreme Court refused to grant a hearing on a California museum's effort to keep her lawsuit from proceeding to trial.
01, Feb 2015 - Dueling narratives surround 'Suge' Knight - Quincy Herald-Whig | Illinois & Missouri News,
LOS ANGELES (AP) - As Marion "Suge" Knight sat jailed on suspicion of murder, dueling narratives cast him as attacker and victim in the hip-hop music mogul's latest and most serious run-in with the law.
01, Feb 2015 - Local Law Firm Adds New Attorney to Practice
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz., Jan. 9, 2015 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- The Frutkin Law Firm has added Leo M. Pruett to its growing roster of attorneys. Pruett brings over 40 years of expertise in business and real estate ...
01, Feb 2015 - The GOP's New Strategy: Killing Obamacare with Kindness
It’s been a busy week for a surprising Republican cause: Finding a “Plan B” in case the Supreme Court lobs dynamite at the Affordable Care Act. By July of this year, the court is expected to decide the King v. Burwell case, which could strike down subsidies for people using the federal exchange at This past Tuesday, Tennessee Sen. Lamar Alexander emerged as the ringleader of a ...
01, Feb 2015 - READ IN: Veto Threats Edition
Boehner survives historic defection, WH didn't give Manchin heads up on veto threat, Christie moves up timeline, McDonnell sentenced to 2 years, last election of 2014 tomorrow in Vermont
01, Feb 2015 - Court of Criminal Appeals to hear arguments in El Paso
The Texas Court of Criminal Appeals will make its first visit to El Paso this week to hear arguments in two cases, including a capital murder case from Fort Bend County involving the death penalty.
01, Feb 2015 - Ex-Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell gets 2 years for corruption
RICHMOND — A frequent visitor to the Tri-Cities during his time serving as attorney general and governor, Bob McDonnell may be spending two years here as a result of his sentencing on federal corruption charges. McDonnell's attorneys have asked that he serve his sentence at the nearest prison, FCI Petersburg, which is located in Prince George County near Fort Lee.During the former governor's ...
01, Feb 2015 - Utahns on all sides ready for Supreme Court to rule on gay marriage
Utahns on both sides of the same-sex marriage debate applauded the U.S. Supreme Court's decision Friday to tackle the issue. Utah's case is not among them, but the state will likely file an amicus brief supporting a state's right to define marriage.
01, Feb 2015 - Six candidates announce bid for Cumberland County judge
CARLISLE — Cumberland County residents might have plenty of choices when voting for county judge in the 2015 elections.
01, Feb 2015 - Man Sentenced For His Part In Multi-County Drug Ring
A man was sentenced in Athens County for his involvement in a multi-county drug ring that involved millions of dollars of Oxycodone and marijuana.
01, Feb 2015 - NASCAR driver accused of assault says ex is trained assassin
FILE - In this May 17, 2014 file photo, Kurt Busch walks with his girlfriend, Patricia Driscoll, after arriving for the NASCAR Sprint All-Star auto race at Charlotte Motor Speedway in Concord, N.C. A hearing on Busch's ex-girlfriend's request for a no-contact order stemming from assault allegations resumed Monday in Dover, Del. Busch's attorneys have denied Driscoll's assault allegations and ...
01, Feb 2015 - Wisconsin man gets 40 years in killing, dismemberment
WAUSAU, Wis. (AP) — A Wisconsin man was sentenced Wednesday to 40 years in prison in the fatal shooting and dismemberment of a Minnesota man.
01, Feb 2015 - Iowa man sentenced to prison for crash that killed friend
An Osage man has been sentenced to 25 years in prison for vehicular homicide in the death of a Charles City man. The Mason City Globe Gazette reports that 23-year-old Tyler Patrick was also sentenced Friday in Floyd County District Court to a year in prison for driving while drunk. That sentence will run at the same time as his vehicular homicide sentence. A Mitchell County District Court jury ...
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