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24, Nov 2014 - Corner Market Robbery: Vermont woman receives prison sentence for faking armed robbery
PITTSFIELD >> A Vermont woman has been sentenced to up to four years in prison after a jury found her guilty of faking an armed robbery in order to hide her own theft.
24, Nov 2014 - Man gets 20 years in sexual attack on girl walking home
A Framingham man pled guilty in connection with a sexual assault of a teenager in that town in 2013, Middlesex District Attorney Marian T. Ryan said Wednesday.
24, Nov 2014 - Incumbent judge faces challenger
This report is part of a series of candidates’ statements in this year’s General Election. Election Day is Tuesday, Nov. 4.
24, Nov 2014 - Why don't judges act when evidence is withheld?
Researchers in a study produced by the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers and the Santa Clara University Law School examined cases of criminal prosecutors withholding information helpful to the defense. Despite clear precedent that the information must be shared, judges reviewing the cases usually didn’t require corrective action.
24, Nov 2014 - Parking ticket helps nab alleged Spokane bank robber - Thu, 13 Nov 2014 PST
On top the years in prison he faces after he was accused this week of robbing four banks in Washington, the man the FBI believes is the “Roscoe Bandit” owes the city of Spokane $15. Police believe that while William Mitchell, 55, allegedly was robbing Numerica Credit Union in downtown Spokane on Nov. 7, he left his parking meter on Post Street in front of Spokane City Hall unplugged.
24, Nov 2014 - Springfield man admits thefts in two counties, avoids jail
BRATTLEBORO >> A Springfield man pleaded guilty to seven charges related to three incidents in three counties, including a copper theft that caused thousands of dollars in damage at a Londonderry home.
24, Nov 2014 - Lathrop presses Heineman on prison overcrowding
Nebraska Gov. Dave Heineman testifies Wednesday, Oct. 29, 2014, before a legislative committee in Lincoln, Neb. The committee is investigating the state's prison problems. Chairman Sen. Steve Lathrop says 162 Nebraska inmates convicted of violent crimes were freed early under a furlough program.
24, Nov 2014 - News Wrap: South Korean ferry captain sentenced for deadly disaster
Watch Video | Listen to the Audio GWEN IFILL: This was a day of honor for military veterans in America and for many thousands more who served and died in Europe during World War I. That vast conflict began a century ago and ended on this day in 1918 and it served as the backdrop for today’s ceremonies. Under a bright autumn sky, Vice President Biden carried out a time-honored tradition, laying a ...
24, Nov 2014 - John Doar was sure on the side of the law
John Doar was a country lawyer from northern Wisconsin who led the American government's on-the-ground efforts to dismantle segregation in the South, and later headed the team that made the case for impeaching President Richard Nixon in the wake of the Watergate scandal.
24, Nov 2014 - P&G Suit, Apple, U.K. Museums, GE: Intellectual Property
Procter & Gamble Co. (PG) has settled a patent-infringement case with makers and distributors of tooth-whitening strips, according to an Oct. 31 filing in federal court in Cincinnati.
24, Nov 2014 - Men convicted in militia plot to serve prison time
GAINESVILLE, Ga. (AP) — A judge on Friday said the fact that two north Georgia men likely could never have carried out a plot to target the federal government does not make their intentions an…
24, Nov 2014 - Peterson avoids jail with plea deal
Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson will avoid jail time after reaching a plea agreement with prosecutors on Tuesday in the child abuse case against him. The NFL star could have faced up to two years in prison and a $10,000 fine if he were convicted of the felony charge. Peterson has been on the NFL commissioner's exempt list since he was indicted, barred from taking part in Vikings ...
24, Nov 2014 - Vikings' Peterson avoids jail in plea agreement
CONROE, Texas — Minnesota Vikings star Adrian Peterson avoided jail time on Tuesday in a plea agreement reached with prosecutors to resolve his child abuse case.
24, Nov 2014 - Editorial - Viewer Feedback: "Obvious"
Our editorial last week focusing on the recently released report by the Equal Justice Initiative regarding our Alabama Prison system led to the following feedback on and our WSFA 12 News station Facebook page. Here is just a sampling:
24, Nov 2014 - Labrador finds skull belonging to fugitive featured on CNN's 'The Hunt'
A man who pleaded guilty to sex crimes against children and was featured on CNN's "The Hunt" is dead, U.S. Marshals in Texas said Monday.
24, Nov 2014 - Frat Bro Elected to County Post
Mick Wopinski, a senior from Chicago, stands in front of Baker Library at Dartmouth College in Hanover, N.H., on November 7, 2014. Wolpinski was elected Grafton County Register of Probate Judge this week.
24, Nov 2014 - Same-sex divorces now clearer in Indiana
Lawyers say Indiana could soon see its first divorces of same-sex couples now that those marriages are legal in the state.Indianapolis family law attorney Kathy Harmon says this month's federal court decisions mean that now there are no differences between how courts handle divorces of same-sex and opposite-gender couples.Harmon tells The Indianapolis Star ( ...
24, Nov 2014 - ‘Al Gore’ is in jail on felony drug charges
A man known on the streets as “Al Gore” and his girlfriend are in an Ohio jail on felony drug charges stemming from what police said was a scheme to bring cocaine and heroin into the city. Gore — real name Alan Duncan — is charged with drug trafficking and conspiracy to drug trafficking. The same charges have been filed against his girlfriend, Sean Mercer. She’s accused of helping him transport ...
24, Nov 2014 - Andrea Little Indicted on 11 Counts
A Springfield woman accused of killing two people in a car crash last month will go to trial after a Sangamon County grand jury indicted her on multiple counts Thursday. Andrea Little, 27, faces 11 counts, including four counts of aggravated DUI, possession of marijuana and various driving offenses. ...
24, Nov 2014 - Court blocks California law requiring sex offenders to report online names and internet service pro
A federal appeals court in San Francisco Tuesday blocked enforcement of a state law that would require registered sex offenders in California to notify police of any new online names or Internet service providers they use within 24 hours.
24, Nov 2014 - Bartlesville Woman Pleads Guilty To Stealing From Investors
A Bartlesville businesswoman charged with helping steal thousands of dollars from investor clients pleaded guilty in Washington County court Monday to six counts of conspiracy.
24, Nov 2014 - Judge rejects Hernandez bid to move murder trial
A Massachusetts judge on Thursday denied a request from former New England Patriots player Aaron Hernandez to move his trial in the fatal shooting of a semi-professional football player to a different county.
24, Nov 2014 - Center judge deemed contact by Jameis Winston to be insignificant
Winston made contact with the center judge before a play against Boston College on Saturday as he wanted to snap the football.
24, Nov 2014 - Adrian Peterson pleads 'no contest' to misdemeanor, receives community service, fine
Sources are reporting that Adrian Peterson will avoid jail time with a plea deal.
24, Nov 2014 - Brandon Barber Set To Be Sentenced In Fraud Conviction
FORT SMITH (KFSM) – The former Northwest Arkansas developer convicted in a $200 million fraud scheme is scheduled to be sentenced on Tuesday (Oct. 28) before a federal judge in Fort Smith. Brandon Barber pleaded guilty in federal court last year to three criminal counts, reaching a deal with prosecutors in the case for a […]
24, Nov 2014 - Two Arkansas Men Face Prison Time for Drug Trafficking
Two people from DeQueen, Arkansas learn their punishment for drug trafficking offenses.
24, Nov 2014 - TV-6 Investigates: Wedding Gone Wrong
He claims to be your one stop wedding service provider, but nearly two years after a court ruled his services were worthless, one couple is still waiting for their money back.TV-6 Investigates 4 Ever Ever Weddings and Events, formerly known as All Pro Custom Productions.
24, Nov 2014 - Gary D. Schenker
Gary D. Schenker, an attorney who formerly worked in the Baltimore City state's attorney's office and for the past 11 years had been in the office of the Baltimore County Public Defender, died Oct. 15 at the University of Maryland St. Joseph Medical Center of a cardiac arrest. The Owings...
24, Nov 2014 - MN Black lawyers support future law students
By Isaac Peterson Contributing Writer On November 8, the Minnesota Association of Black Lawyers (MABL) Annual Scholarship Gala will celebrate and commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Civil Rights Act. The Gala’s theme will be “Honoring the Past and Building a Brighter Future.” The event, to be held at the Minneapolis Marriot City Center from […] The post MN Black lawyers support future law ...
24, Nov 2014 - UPDATE: Judge Sentences Woman to 25 Years in Kidnapping
A federal judge has sentenced a Colorado woman who kidnapped her newborn nephew from a Wisconsin home and left him outside in freezing temperatures in Iowa to 25 years in prison.
24, Nov 2014 - Man Wanted for Murder and Rape Surrenders to Police
A fugitive is back in central Pennsylvania, now facing even more charges. According to officials, Chad Wilcox, 28, is locked up in the Lycoming County Prison after surrendering to police in North Carolina. Police said Wilcox took off last month, skipping a trial on child rape charges in Lycoming County. Wilcox now also faces homicide […]
24, Nov 2014 - Lawyer: Teen didn't intend to kill Nebraska jailer
GERING, Neb. (AP) — The attorney for a Wyoming teenager accused of attacking a Nebraska jailer says his client didn't intend to kill the woman.
24, Nov 2014 - Texas prepares to execute schizophrenic inmate despite call for clemency
As Texas prepares to execute its 11th inmate in a year with the fewest executions in nearly two decades, legal and mental health groups across the state and the nation… Click to Continue »
24, Nov 2014 - End of the Road for Michael Boggs Nomination?
Time is running out for Michael P. Boggs, whose nomination by President Barack Obama to the district court bench in Georgia roiled Democrats and raised new questions about the longstanding Senate practice of giving senators a veto over court picks in their home states.
24, Nov 2014 - Former CFO of E. Texas hospital pleads guilty to federal violations
The former Chief Financial Officer of Shelby Regional Medical Center has pleaded guilty to federal violations in the Eastern District of Texas, announced U.S. Attorney John M. Bales today. Promote to Mobile Breaking News read more
24, Nov 2014 - Man gets 20 years for placing pipe bomb, robbing bank in downtown Springfield
A 34-year-old homeless man was sentenced Friday to 20 years in prison after admitting to robbing a Marine Bank branch Aug. 4 and placing a pipe bomb in downtown Springfield on July 28.Bradford L. Moss was sentenced to concurrent 20-year prison terms after entering a negotiated guilty plea to aggravated robbery and possession of an explosive or incendiary device before Circuit Judge Leslie Graves ...
24, Nov 2014 - Running death: Grandmother wants charge dismissed
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) — An Alabama woman accused of running her granddaughter to death has asked an appeals court to dismiss a capital murder charge against her, citing potential autopsy problems and legal delays.
24, Nov 2014 - June 22 trial set for Nevada man who pleads not guilty to torturing and beheading dogs
A 24-year-old Reno man charged with beheading and dismembering several dogs has pleaded not guilty to seven felony counts of willfully torturing and killing the animals.
24, Nov 2014 - Man sentenced to life in prison for nicotine poisoning 2 decades after California wife's death
A Kansas man has been sentenced to life in prison without parole for fatally poisoning his wife with nicotine in 1994 and collecting on her life insurance policy.
24, Nov 2014 - Arizona judge orders delay in sentencing retrial of murderer Arias
By David Schwartz PHOENIX (Reuters) - An Arizona judge on Tuesday delayed witness testimony in the penalty phase retrial of convicted murderer Jodi Arias after an appeals court ordered the proceedings be opened to the public, court officials said. Judge Sherry Stephens ordered that no new witnesses be called to the stand until Wednesday in the retrial to determine whether Arias will be executed ...
24, Nov 2014 - U.S. charges 12 family members with defrauding banks of $20 million
By Sam N. Adams NEW YORK N.Y. (Reuters) - A dozen members of a Brooklyn family were among 15 people charged in New York federal court Thursday with being part of a conspiracy to inflate their incomes to obtain $20 million in real estate loans and understate it to the government for welfare benefits. Real estate developer Irving Rubin, his wife, three brothers and two sons, among others, were ...
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