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25, Jan 2015 - Judge hears arguments in effort to boot Goodwin from Freedom prosecution
By Ken Ward Jr. A federal judge heard legal arguments Monday in an effort by former Freedom Industries executives to have U.S. Attorney Booth Goodwin and his staff removed from the criminal cases against those executives over their roles in the January 2014 Elk River chemical leak that contaminated drinking water for hundreds of thousands of Kanawha Valley residents. U.S. District Judge Thomas E ...
25, Jan 2015 - Man serving child porn sentence charged with sexual assault carrying life sentence
A former Poynette man serving a 15-year federal child pornography sentence was charged Monday with child sexual assault, and if convicted would be sentenced to life in prison under a provision…
25, Jan 2015 - Town wants to dismiss court fight over beach access
BY PATRICK WHITTLE The Associated Press CUMBERLAND A Maine town is asking a court to throw out a lawsuit so it can create its first public beach in one of a handful of legal battles over public access playing out in the state. read more
25, Jan 2015 - US police officer to stand trial in bean-bag death
MARKHAM, Illinois (AP) " A judge will decide if a suburban Chicago police officer is guilty of reckless conduct in the fatal shooting of a 95-year-old World War II veteran with a bean-bag gun in 2013.The trial of Park Forest Police...
25, Jan 2015 - McDonnell case drew letters from Tri-Cities
RICHMOND — In the face of a lengthy federal prison sentence, several people with local ties wrote letters to Judge James Spencer discussing former Gov. Bob McDonnell's character, faith and service.
25, Jan 2015 - State of Union guests put faces to Obama policies
Alan Gross, the US contractor released from prison in Cuba last month, will be among 23 guests of First Lady Michelle Obama as President Barack Obama delivers his State of the Union address, the White House said Monday. Others invited to watch the annual presidential speech to Congress from the First Lady's box Tuesday night include an astronaut, a 13-year-old boy from the South Side of Chicago ...
25, Jan 2015 - Former VA official sentenced to a year in prison
A former Deputy Chief of Veterans Claims in the Maryland Department of Veterans Affairs was sentenced to a year and a day in prison earlier this month.
25, Jan 2015 - Complications slow Seven Falls sentencings in federal court
At least 14 months have passed since six defendants were found guilty of a complicated conspiracy to shore up a floundering luxury golf resort in Henderson County, but it may be another month or more before they are sentenced.
25, Jan 2015 - 2014 news honorable mentions
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25, Jan 2015 - Man Gets Life in Beating Death at Waushara County Hotel
A 44-year-old man has been sentenced to life in prison for the beating death of a man at a central Wisconsin hotel.
25, Jan 2015 - Pro-Life Group Stages Rally on Anniversary of Roe v. Wade Decision
Thursday marked the 42nd anniversary of the Roe v. Wade Supreme Court decision, which made abortion legal in the United States.
25, Jan 2015 - Lawyers for public employee unions, Christie administration argue over pension contributions
Lawyers for New Jersey public employees unions and the Christie administration argued for several hours in court Thursday over whether the governor can make just a partial payment into the public employee pension system this year. No immediate ruling came from Superior Court Judge Mary Jacobson after the daylong hearing.
25, Jan 2015 - Bengals' Pacman Jones loses $12.4M judgment appeal in Nevada
LAS VEGAS (AP) -- The Nevada Supreme Court says Cincinnati Bengals defensive back Adam ''Pacman'' Jones has to pay more than $12.4 million in damages in a shooting that wounded two Las Vegas strip club doormen nearly eight years ago, including one who was paralyzed from the waist down.
25, Jan 2015 - Beastie Boys seek $2.4M in Monster Energy lawsuit
Attorneys for the Beastie Boys are asking a New York court to order the maker of Monster Energy drink to pay nearly $2.4 million in legal fees to cover their costs in a copyright violation case.
25, Jan 2015 - Judge: McDonnell must go to prison with appeal pending
That means the former Virginia governor will be behind bars by Feb. 9 if the order stands.
25, Jan 2015 - Hawaii concealed carry law could change
A court case in California could dramatically re-shape Hawaii's law on carrying concealed firearms. 
25, Jan 2015 - Keystone Pipeline’s Nebraska Path Cleared; Congress Votes
TransCanada Corp. (TRP)'s Keystone XL pipeline faces one less hurdle after Nebraska's highest court cleared its path through the state, sending the matter back to Washington. The pipeline would funnel ...
25, Jan 2015 - Texas county to allow indigent defendants to pick own lawyers
By Jim Forsyth SAN ANTONIO (Reuters) - Everybody who has ever watched a television crime drama knows the line where suspects are advised of their rights guaranteed under the U.S. Constitution that include, "if you cannot afford a lawyer, one will be appointed for you." Starting on Monday, defendants in one central Texas county will be told as part of that warning that if they cannot afford a ...
25, Jan 2015 - Big turnout at legislative mental health hearing says put money into local programs
Annette Russ told a legislative budget panel Thursday that when her son was released from Montana State Prison recently, he had a 10-day furlough and no medication for his schizophrenia -- and quickly had a “psychotic episode.”
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 - Key witness won't testify against Selenski
Just days before Hugo Selenski’s long-awaited murder trial is set to begin, the key witness has notified prosecutors he will not testify against his former pal and co-defendant.
25, Jan 2015 - Robert Ford pleads guilty but contends "I ain’t no damn crook"
COLUMBIA — Former state Sen. Robert Ford proclaimed, "I ain’t no damn crook," just minutes after pleading guilty Wednesday in the Richland County Courthouse to four ethics-related charges.
25, Jan 2015 - UPDATE: Former FAMU Band Member Sentenced in Champion Hazing Death
A former Florida A&M University band member has been sentenced to more than six years in prison for manslaughter and felony hazing in the death of a drum major.
25, Jan 2015 - Man charged with stabbing woman, kidnapping her daughter
GARDNER -- A Gardner man is being held without bail pending a dangerousness hearing after being arraigned in district court Tuesday morning on numerous charges for allegedly stabbing a woman and kidnapping her daughter.
25, Jan 2015 - Arizona judge denies knowing live-in boyfriend was fugitive - Tucson News Now
PHOENIX (AP) - An Arizona trial court judge importance denies knowing her live-in boyfriend was a fugitive with a criminal record.
25, Jan 2015 - LIVE! Radical imam Abu Hamza sentenced to life in prison
At this moment it is not known if the new development is related to the two sieges that ended a while ago. More details awaited. 23:45 Radical imam Abu Hamza sentenced to life in prison : Radical imam Abu Hamza al-Masri was sentenced on Friday to life in prison, eight months after he was convicted of federal terrorism charges in New York.
25, Jan 2015 - A Mid-Stream View: Is ‘lock up’ the best path to change?
Many Californians endorse the idea that “lock them up and throw away the keys” will reduce crime. I voted for our three-strikes law in 1994 and strongly favor very lengthy sentences for crimes of violence, categorized as murder, rape, robbery and aggravated assault.
25, Jan 2015 - Supreme Court rules for bearded Muslim inmate
This undated photo provided by the Arkansas Department of Correction shows prison inmate Gregory Holt. On Tuesday, Oct. 7, 2014, the U.S. Supreme Court will take up the case of Holt, who says his Muslim beliefs require him to grow a half-inch beard.
25, Jan 2015 - Consultant says Nebraska can avoid new prison construction
LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) — Nebraska can avoid spending more than $306 million on new prison facilities if the state expands its probation, parole and community-based services to address crowding, a consulta
25, Jan 2015 - Nacogdoches Co. law enforcement agencies helped take down drug cartel leader
U.S. Attorney John M. Bales announced Thursday 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.
25, Jan 2015 - Federal ruling shakes dairy debate
LIHUE — A federal court ruling in Washington state is being eyed as a victory and potential game changer by those battling to stop Hawaii Dairy Farms’ proposed dairy on Kauai’s south side, including the Friends of Mahaulepu group.
25, Jan 2015 - Executions to go ahead despite concern over drugs to be used
Oklahoma and Florida plan to execute inmates with a three-drug method that has been linked to unnecessary suffering.
25, Jan 2015 - Jury Selection Continues In Boston Marathon Bombing Trial
Jury selection has resumed in the federal death penalty trial of Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev.
25, Jan 2015 - Fan covered in Patriots tattoos deflated by bail jumping warrant
There’s some deflating news for a man who tattooed his head to look like Tom Brady’s helmet.
25, Jan 2015 - Prison bus collides with train in Texas, 10 dead
A bus carrying 12 inmates and three prison staff collided with a train in Texas on Wednesday (Jan 14), a prison spokesman said, and 10 people were reported killed.
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 - Appellate court rejects efforts to revive ban on same-sex marriage
The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals has denied a request for a review of its ruling that legalized same-sex marriage in Nevada last year. In an order issued Friday, the court rejected ...
25, Jan 2015 - Mom Opposes School Assignment Forcing Children To Praise Police
Mom Opposes School Assignment Forcing Children To Praise Police Mom Opposes School Assignment Forcing Children To Praise Police Education Local Bakersfield Police Has Been Optimized Alicia Moore was outraged when her 7-year-old daughter was told to draw a pro-police picture based on one of three sentences written by a teacher that praised the police department in Bakersfield, California. James ...
25, Jan 2015 - S&P Suspended, Consultant Sentenced, Lew: Compliance
Standard & Poor’s (MHFI) agreed to be suspended from rating the biggest part of the commercial-mortgage bond market and pay almost $80 million to state and federal authorities over claims it bent criteria to win business.
25, Jan 2015 - Birdshead challenges judge's rulings in state Supreme Court
The South Dakota Supreme Court on Wednesday heard contrasting versions of Charles Birdshead's first-degree manslaughter conviction.
25, Jan 2015 - Man gets life in prison for beating death of man at central Wisconsin hotel
OSHKOSH, Wis. — A 44-year-old man has been sentenced to life in prison for the beating death of a man at a central Wisconsin hotel.
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