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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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19, Dec 2014 - Tooele open to prison, but not near Motorsports Park
Leaders in Tooele County have mixed feelings about building a new state prison in their area, but they are united in their opposition to the only plot now under consideration. They see no logic in putting inmates adjacent to the Miller Motorsports Park and the Deseret Peak Complex, a county facility housing a big swimming pool, demolition derby track and baseball diamonds. âIt is the gateway ...
19, Dec 2014 - Court: Western Arkansas districts can’t intervene in school funding case
LITTLE ROCK — A group of western Arkansas school districts cannot intervene in a lawsuit over the state’s system of funding public schools, the state Supreme Court said Thursday.
19, Dec 2014 - Nevada regulator to testify in gambling ruse case
A Nevada casino regulator is scheduled to testify in federal court about a ruse used to gain entry to high-roller suites at Caesars Palace to break up what prosecutors say...
19, Dec 2014 - Morrissey enters plea, sentenced to 12 months with 6 suspended
Del. Joseph D. Morrissey was convicted of one count of contributing to the delinquency of a minor. After a hearing, the prosecutor said the former Morrissey law office employee is pregnant.
19, Dec 2014 - Look & Listen
White Oleander Based on Janet Fitch’s novel, this melodrama sees Michelle Pfieffer as an artistic mother who is convicted of murdering her boyfriend and who spends her prison visiting hours attempting to manipulate the life of her just-as-talented artist daughter.
19, Dec 2014 - Myerstown truck driver sentenced for N.Y. crash that killed 6
A 45-year-old Myerstown truck driver was sentenced in an upstate New York courtroom Friday to 30 days in jail for causing a crash that killed six people more than two years ago.
19, Dec 2014 - US court shoots down firearm rule - NY AG to retailers: Stop selling guns that look real - Texas co
A federal appeals court in Cincinnati deemed a law unconstitutional that kept a Michigan man who was committed to a mental institution from owning a gun.
19, Dec 2014 - Court: Texas 'stand your ground' trial unfair
HOUSTON (AP) — A Texas appeals court says a 49-year-old man who was convicted of murder after jurors rejected his "stand your ground" self-defense claim didn't get a fair trial and deserves a new one.
19, Dec 2014 - Immigrants in limbo over Obama’s executive orders
DENVER — When President Barack Obama explained why he was letting as many as 4 million immigrants stay and work... more »
19, Dec 2014 - Michael T. Sullivan Jr., retired National Guard brigadier general
Michael T. Sullivan Jr., of Eggertsville, a retired brigadier general in the Army National Guard and a Buffalo attorney, died Sunday after a brief battle with cancer. He was 85.
19, Dec 2014 - Judges with Pittsburgh ties enter race for Pa. Supreme Court
Two judges with strong Pittsburgh ties announced plans Monday to run for the Pennsylvania Supreme Court, where a trio of vacancies is attracting a quickly ...
19, Dec 2014 - Fall River man sentenced to at least 10 years for drunken-driving crash that killed passenger
A Fall River man will spend at least 10 years in a Rhode Island state prison for a drunken-driving crash in Cranston, Rhode Island, that killed his passenger in April 2012.Brandon Borge, 36, was sentenced Tuesday in Providence Superior Court, where Attorney General Peter F. Kilmartin announced that Judge Jeffrey Lanphear sentenced Borge to serve two consecutive sentences. Lanphear sentenced ...
19, Dec 2014 - Executions, new death sentences continue to fall nationwide
WASHINGTON — Executions and new death sentences dropped to their lowest numbers in decades in 2014, an anti-death penalty group said in a new report.
19, Dec 2014 - Aryan Brotherhood members sentenced in Texas
HOUSTON (AP) -- Ten more members of the Aryan Brotherhood of Texas have been sentenced to prison to complete prosecution of three dozen people indicted in 2012. ...
19, Dec 2014 - Woman guilty of forcing girl to perform sex acts - NBC40.net
TRENTON, N.J. (AP) - A 53-year-old New Jersey woman has pleaded guilty to forcing a juvenile girl to live stream sexually explicit acts online. Federal prosecutors said that Jane Dornick, of South Plainfield, was sentenced Tuesday to 30 years in prison.
19, Dec 2014 - Who is Alan Gross and what did he do?
HAVANA (Reuters) - Alan Gross, a 65-year-old U.S. foreign aid worker freed from a Cuban prison on Wednesday, was arrested in Cuba in 2009 and sentenced to 15 years for importing banned technology and trying to establish clandestine Internet service for Cuban Jews. Here are some facts about Gross: Gross was a longtime supporter of Jewish causes and a career development consultant who traveled the ...
19, Dec 2014 - Goodman prefers Glades County prison
Now that he's heading to state prison, Wellington polo club founder John Goodman says he'd like to go to Moore Haven Correctional Facility in Glades County.
19, Dec 2014 - Prisoner's innocence claim in 1976 double murder case goes before NC commission
Joseph Sledge has spent 36 years in prison for the 1976 murders of a mother and daughter found in their Bladen County home. The 70-year-old maintains his innocence and believes DNA evidence clears him of the crimes.
19, Dec 2014 - Columbia lawyer sworn in as circuit court judge
Columbia attorney Russell Parkes was sworn in as Circuit Court Judge for the 22nd Judicial District on Friday afternoon — again.
19, Dec 2014 - Judge OKs sealing of Nancy Styler records
A judge ruled Friday for the sealing of all court and police records related to Nancy Styler’s once-alleged involvement in the February murder of Nancy Pfister. Pitkin County District Judge Gail Nichols’ order came after no parties contested Styler’s petition to seal her arrest and criminal records. A hearing on the matter, scheduled Friday, also was canceled because of the lack of objections ...
19, Dec 2014 - GUEST EDITORIAL: The need for a new Lucas County Jail
The current jail is nearly 40 years old, and has been under a federal court order since the day it opened due to frequent overcrowding and failure to meet basic conditions of confinement. People often sleep on cots on the floor because of crowded conditions.
19, Dec 2014 - Man sentenced for robbery of Wallingford bank and two others
MERIDEN — A Manchester man was sentenced in a Hartford district court Tuesday to four-and-a-half years in prison, followed by three years of supervised release, for committing armed bank robberies in Wallingford, Cromwell and Southbury. U.S. District Judge Vanessa L. Bryant delivered the sentence.
19, Dec 2014 - Bill would force state's AG to prosecute cops
A new bill discussed by the Court, Corrections, and Justice Committee at the state capitol last week is turning some heads.
19, Dec 2014 - Rio Arriba accountant gets 9 years in unemployment insurance fraud
Jasonn Gonzales, 42, an accountant from Velarde, was sentenced Thursday afternoon to serve more than nine years in prison on... more »
19, Dec 2014 - Quorum court member given 3 year probation for striking judge
A Greene County justice of the peace will have a difficult time working with the county judge after he pleaded guilty to second degree battery Thursday.
19, Dec 2014 - Hollywood Sex Abuse Attorney Was Barred from Oregon Federal Court for 'Credibility Problem'
Credibility emerges as an issue for both attorney Jeff Herman and plaintiff Michael Egan III, but their responses to pending motions to dismiss are yet to come -– as are the legal moves in a teen sex case brought by Herman on behalf of a different plaintiff. read more
19, Dec 2014 - Most immigrant kids lack lawyers, but those who have them get to stay: Study
Having a lawyer is the key to illegal immigrant children being able to stay in the U.S. — but fewer of them are appearing in court with lawyers, thanks to the recent surge of unaccompanied minors that has overwhelmed the system, according to new numbers released Tuesday by the Transactional ...
19, Dec 2014 - Capital Journal Daybreak: Supreme Court and Social-Media Threats | Jeb Bush Details His Political V
The Journal's morning rundown of the biggest news stories and exclusive features from Washington on politics, policy, financial regulation, defense and more.
19, Dec 2014 - Court: Internet phone providers must pay phone tax
IOWA CITY, Iowa (AP) - Companies that provide Internet-based phone service must be taxed the same as traditional telephone companies, the Iowa Supreme Court ruled Friday. Voice over Internet Protocol providers operate "telephone lines" even though their calls are initially transmitted through broadband networks, the court ruled 6-0. ...
19, Dec 2014 - Roach trial pushed back to February
A trial date in the case against the president of the Alaska Veterans Outreach Boxes for Heroes organization has been delayed another three months while the man charged with scheming to defraud the community recovers from surgery. Frank Roach, 55, was indicted May 4, 2012 on nine counts – scheme to defraud, first-degree theft and seven counts of second-degree theft. Scheme to defraud and first ...
19, Dec 2014 - Lawyer admits smuggling marijuana into jail - NBC40.net
TRENTON, N.J. (AP) - A New Jersey lawyer has pleaded guilty to smuggling marijuana and tobacco into a jail. Sixty-seven-year-old Brian Kapalin, a former Essex County assistant prosecutor, pleaded guilty Thursday to conspiring to smuggle contraband into a federal detention facility.
19, Dec 2014 - Reforming juvenile justice will cost more than expected
PIERRE | Keeping more South Dakota juvenile offenders out of institutions, and getting them help rather than jailing them, will cost far more than originally thought.
19, Dec 2014 - Sentencing set in deaths of discount store workers
A 35-year-old man is scheduled to face sentencing in the shooting deaths of two 20-year-old suburban Detroit discount store workers.
19, Dec 2014 - Georgia editorial roundup
Recent editorials from Georgia newspapers: Dec. 1 Morning News, Savannah, Georgia, on court ruling on probation shakedowns: In a bombshell ruling that didn't get the public attention it deserved, the Georgia Supreme Court put the state's private-probation industry on notice last week that it could no ...
19, Dec 2014 - Iowa Man Requests New Trial in Fatal Shooting
A 23-year-old Iowa man convicted of killing a northeast Nebraska woman has requested a new trial.
19, Dec 2014 - Colorado vows to defend legal pot law against legal challenge by neighboring states
DENVER — Colorado's top law enforcement official promises to vigorously defend the state's historic law legalizing marijuana after Nebraska and Oklahoma asked the U.S. Supreme Court to declare it unconstitutional, saying the drug is freely flowing into neighboring states.
19, Dec 2014 - Nebraska prison employees won't face charges
None of the state employees who were blamed for Nebraska's prison sentence miscalculations will face criminal charges.
19, Dec 2014 - 46th Defendant Sentenced for Trafficking Identities of Puerto Rican U.S. Citizens
A leader of a Puerto Rican identity trafficking organization was sentenced Wednesday to serve six years and nine months in prison.
19, Dec 2014 - Whole-grade sharing issue returns to local court
PRESTON, Iowa — There will be no changes in what's happening with Easton Valley School District students, despite a ruling by the Iowa Supreme Court about whole-grade sharing issues with Northeast Community School.
19, Dec 2014 - “White Boy Chris” Sings, Gets 2 Years
A judge sentenced a mastermind behind a multimillion-dollar ring that once dominated New Haven’s crack trade to 24 months in prison, after he helped the state lock up his underlings for more than a decade.
19, Dec 2014 - Former D.C. mayor Marion Berry passes at 78
The four-term mayor won re-election even after going to prison for crack cocaine; continually controversial, he was none-the-less beloved by his constituents.
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