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15, Apr 2015 - Lawyer wants drug, firearms charges on Landry dismissed
LOWELL - The attorney for a Dracut man facing drug and firearms charges claims police and a NEMLEC SWAT team raided Lee Landry's home last November because his client had a target on his back.
15, Apr 2015 - Jury finds Suffolk man not guilty in 2013 shooting
SUFFOLK A jury last week found a 22-year-old Suffolk man not guilty in a fatal shooting at a party nearly two years ago. After deliberating for about 10 hours over two days, the jury on Thursday acquitted Monte Robinson of first-degree murder. The Circuit Court judge then dismissed several remaining firearm-related counts against Robinson.
15, Apr 2015 - Minnesota Administrative Law Judge gives approval to PUC on Sandpiper
Duluth, MN ( --- Minnesota Administrative Law Judge Eric Lipman has given his approval to the Public Utilities Commission for the proposed Sandpiper pipeline.
15, Apr 2015 - 'Merrimack Valley Bandit' pleads guilty to 16 thefts
BOSTON -- A former Lowell man, dubbed the "Merrimack Valley Bandit," pleaded guilty in U.S. District Court on Thursday admitted to robbing six banks in the Merrimack Valley area in 2013.
15, Apr 2015 - Youngstown rape victim finally has her day in court
A verdict has been reached in a Youngstown rape trial that attracted a lot of media attention.
15, Apr 2015 - Norway government ordered to pay $2 million in legal fees in Minnesota
A federal judge in Minnesota has ordered the government of Norway to pay legal fees of about $2 million in a pay discrimination case.
14, Apr 2015 - Local runners talk about the Boston Marathon guilty verdicts
For local runners who were at the Boston Marathon in 2013 when the bombs exploded, no amount of time can erase the memories of that April day."I really think about it all the time, especially once the trial started," Julie Kelada said. "I was glad to see he was guilty on all 30 counts."
14, Apr 2015 - Hernandez trial: Trooper discusses footprints near alleged victim
A shoe print found near the body of a man allegedly killed by Aaron Hernandez matched that of an Air Jordan sneaker the former New England Patriots player was photographed in, a Massachusetts State Police trooper testified on Wednesday.
14, Apr 2015 - NY Cops Used ‘Stingray’ Spy Tool 46 Times Without Warrant
In the single case in which police sought permission from a court, they asked for a court order rather than a warrant, which carries a lower burden of proof. The post NY Cops Used ‘Stingray’ Spy Tool 46 Times Without Warrant appeared first on WIRED .
14, Apr 2015 - Oklahoma deputy in fatal shooting turns self in, released on bond
A white sheriff's reserve deputy charged in the fatal shooting in Oklahoma of a black suspect in a police sting operation has been released on bond after turning himself in to authorities, one of his lawyers said on Tuesday.
14, Apr 2015 - Marshals to take control of convicted Ohio politician's home
INDEPENDENCE, Ohio (AP) - Federal marshals are preparing to take the house of a former northeast Ohio politician serving 28 years in federal prison on corruption convictions. The Northeast Ohio Media Group ( ) reports that U.S. marshals plan to take control Monday of former Cuyahoga (ky-uh-HOH'-guh) County Commissioner Jimmy ...
14, Apr 2015 - New York's highest court rules in favor of Maid of the Mist
NIAGARA FALLS, N.Y., April 14, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- The New York State Court of Appeals, New York's highest court, has finalized rulings in favor of the Maid of the Mist and against Hornblower Cruises by refusing to hear Hornblower's challenges to lower court decisions dismissing a lawsuit filed in 2012 by Hornblower.  Hornblower sought to challenge the Maid of the Mist's right to construct a ...
14, Apr 2015 - Colorado carjacker pleads guilty to crime spree caught on live TV
By Keith Coffman DENVER (Reuters) - A felon whose two-hour carjacking and armed crime spree in Colorado last year played out on live television filmed from a news helicopter pleaded guilty on Tuesday to 46 charges stemming from the rampage, prosecutors said.
14, Apr 2015 - Fresno man sentenced to 12 years in prison for killing girlfriend
Defense lawyer Ralph Torres argued that a Mexican drug cartel had killed Juana Zaragoza in 2012, and Josue Moises Hernandez-Sandoval lied to police about killing Zaragoza because the drug cartel… Click to Continue »
14, Apr 2015 - Polk man claims to be heir to troubled lottery winner
A young man is stepping forward claiming he is the son of Abraham Shakespeare and entitled to part of his estate. Shakespeare won $17 million in the Florida Lottery nine years ago; Dee Dee Moore is in prison for his murder.
14, Apr 2015 - Appeals court reverses stay on scheduled Missouri execution
ST. LOUIS (AP) — The 8th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals is allowing a Missouri execution to go forward, arguing the inmate was given the legal due process he is entitled to.
14, Apr 2015 - Dearth Row: Texas Scrambles to Find Execution Drug
Texas' prison agency is scrambling replenish its inventory of execution drugs, which will be used up after two lethal injections scheduled this month.
14, Apr 2015 - Massachusetts man pleads guilty to drug, gun charges
By The Associated Press PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) _ A Massachusetts man faces life in prison after pleading guilty in federal court in Rhode Island to drug and gun charges. Prosecutors say 38-year-old Kevin Bates, of Attleboro, pleaded guilty Tuesday to charges including possession of cocaine with the intent to distribute and being a felon in possession of a firearm. Bates was pulled ...
14, Apr 2015 - After 17 bank robberies, 2 Texas men sentenced to prison
Two Houston men suspected in more than a dozen bank robberies have been sentenced to prison for a pair of holdups in 2013.
14, Apr 2015 - Victor Rotolo Named to List of New Jersey Super Lawyers for Tenth Consecutive Year
Victor Rotolo, founder of The Rotolo Law Firm in Lebanon, NJ, has been named to the list of New Jersey’s Super Lawyers for 2015, marking the tenth consecutive year he has been so named. (PRWeb March 25, 2015) Read the full story at
14, Apr 2015 - Richland nanny trial delayed again
Richland nanny trial delayed again
14, Apr 2015 - Alleged abuses by New Jersey military couple listed in trial
NEWARK, N.J. (AP) — An Army major and his wife engaged in "a regimen of abuse and neglect" with their three young foster children over a period of years that left the toddlers with broken bones and numerous other health problems, a federal prosecutor told a jury at the couple's child abuse trial Monday.
14, Apr 2015 - Mesothelioma Victims Center Now Focuses On Construction Workers Diagnosed With Mesothelioma And Mak
WASHINGTON, April 13, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- The Mesothelioma Victims Center is urging diagnosed victims who were exposed to asbestos while working in the construction industry as a plumber, electrician, carpenter, or insulator to call them at 866-714-6466 to ensure they have the nation's top compensation lawyers, and mesothelioma cancer treatment specialists. The Mesothelioma Victims Center is ...
14, Apr 2015 - Man who killed 3 WSU students in crash released from prison
A former Pullman man who was convicted of killing three Washington State University students and injuring four others in an auto crash has been released from prison.
14, Apr 2015 - JUSTICE COURT DOCKET: The ins and outs of the justice court system
Felonies are adjudicated in the Superior Court but our Justice Courts process the initial stage of the cases, which may include summons or an arrest warrant, an initial appearance, and a preliminary hearing. read more
14, Apr 2015 - Utah Attorney General asks for takeover of polygamous towns' water utility
The Utah Attorney General filed a lawsuit this week asking a judge to take over a water company serving polygamous towns...
14, Apr 2015 - Kansas Man Gets More Than 10 Years In Death Of Exterminator
MANHATTAN, Kan. (AP) — A Kansas man was sentenced to serve more than 10 years in prison for killing a pest exterminator. Howard Barrett was sentenced Wednesday for killing 48-year-old Thomas James of Clay Center in February 2008.
14, Apr 2015 - High court to hear Kansas plea to reinstate death sentences - Quincy Herald-Whig | Illinois & Misso
WICHITA, Kan. (AP) - The nation's highest court agreed Monday to hear Kansas' appeal seeking to reinstate death sentences for two brothers convicted of robbing and forcing four people engage in sex acts before being shot to death naked in a Wichita soccer field in 2000.
14, Apr 2015 - Teen idol Nick Jonas to perform at Chevy Court during the New York State Fair
Teen star Nick Jonas will close out the New York State Fair with a free show at Chevy Court.
14, Apr 2015 - Prison time for some Atlanta school educators in cheating scandal
ATLANTA — There was nothing routine about a sentencing hearing Tuesday in Atlanta that wrote the final legal chapter of one of the most massive school cheating scandals in the country. Eleven out of the 12 educators were convicted April 1 of racketeering and other lesser crimes related to inflating test scores of children from […]
14, Apr 2015 - Jury recommends life in prison for Daniel Tighe
After just one day of deliberations a Summit County jury decided to spare the life of Daniel Tighe and recommended he spend the rest of his life in prison.The 41-year-old was convicted last month of murdering his ex-girlfriend and their 5-year-old son in 2013. 
14, Apr 2015 - Court rejects bid to retry former AZ death row inmate
The decision Tuesday by the Arizona Supreme Court leaves prosecutors with dwindling options in the case against Debra Milke in her son Christopher's 1989 death. 
14, Apr 2015 - Banker accused of raping Irish student goes on trial in New York
Ex-Goldman Sachs executive has chosen to have case heard by judge rather than jury
14, Apr 2015 - Durst pleads not guilty to federal gun charge in New Orleans
By Kathy Finn NEW ORLEANS (Reuters) - Real estate scion Robert Durst, who has been charged with murder in California, pleaded not guilty on Tuesday to a federal gun charge stemming from his arrest last month in New Orleans. Durst's lawyers have sought his extradition to Los Angeles County, where prosecutors want him in connection with the 2000 killing of a longtime friend, Susan Berman, in a ...
14, Apr 2015 - Law enforcement: Early childhood education key in crime prevention
Police chiefs John Konopek (left) and Fred Hayes (center) read a children's book, "Police Officers on Patrol," with Rep. Mark Batinick, R-Plainfield, (right) to a class of preschool students on Monday in Plainfield.
14, Apr 2015 - New study gives insight into how prison sites chosen
A study released Friday ranks a Utah County location near Eagle Mountain as the best place for the relocation of the state...
14, Apr 2015 - Path to finalizing pension deal still faces hurdles - Quincy Herald-Whig | Illinois & Missouri News
PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) - Before a deal can be finalized to resolve years of legal wrangling over Rhode Island's landmark public pension system overhaul, a court, lawmakers and the plaintiffs must sign off on it.
14, Apr 2015 - Duke gets delay in sentencing for coal ash crimes, says bases could lose power without waiver
Duke Energy has received a delay in pleading guilty to environmental crimes by raising the specter that bureaucratic red tape could result in power being cut to military bases across North Carolina.
14, Apr 2015 - Recovery Agreement Reached with Defender Feeder Fund BLMIS Customer Fund to Benefit by $93 Million
NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The Madoff Trustee filed a motion in U.S. Bankruptcy Court seeking approval of a recovery agreement with Defender Limited and related entities that will benefit the BLMIS Customer Fund by $93 million
14, Apr 2015 - Jury seated in Colorado theater shooting trial
(AP) — A jury was seated Tuesday in the death penalty trial of Colorado theater shooter James Holmes after a selection process that experts say was among the largest and most complicated in U.S. history. [...] on the jury are a Denver Public Schools employee, a teacher and a man who was a survivor of the 1999 Columbine High School shootings who said he could be fair despite having been childhood ...
14, Apr 2015 - Attorney: Returning ex-Des Moines officer to prison unneeded
An attorney for a former Des Moines police officer who spent less than two years in prison for severely beating a man during a 2008 traffic stop says putting him back behind bars wouldn't be beneficial.
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