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28, Feb 2015 - Drop in Robberies Prompts Major Violent Crimes Drop
A double-digit percentage drop in robberies in Memphis and Shelby County in the first month of 2015 led to a 2 percent drop in major violent crimes fo...
28, Feb 2015 - Roy Moore, the judge at the center of Alabama's muddled gay marriage situation
(c) 2015, The Washington Post. Much of the legal uncertainty in Alabama over same-sex marriage centers on Roy Moore, chief justice of the state's Supreme Court. On Sunday night, Moore advised Alabama's probate judges not to issue marriage licenses, defying a federal judge.
28, Feb 2015 - Did Ira Rennert loot firm to build Hamptons mansion?
The trial begins for the mining maven, accused of looting his company to build the nation's largest private home. To view the full story, click the title link.
28, Feb 2015 - Philadelphia prosecutor files lawsuit against Gov. Wolf's moratorium on death penalty
A lawsuit filed by Philadelphia's top prosecutor Wednesday challenged Gov. Tom Wolf's moratorium on the Pennsylvania death penalty and could provide a sort of legal road map for other potential challenges from agencies, officials said.
28, Feb 2015 - UConn Lab Manager Convicted Of Sexually Assaulting Developmentally Disabled Woman
The manager of the Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Laboratory at the University of Connecticut was recently convicted in Massachusetts of sexually assaulting a developmentally disabled woman and could face up to 10 years in prison.
28, Feb 2015 - US Supreme Court Police Stand On The Plaza Ahead Of Pro-Choice And Pro-Life Demonstrations In Front
The US Supreme Court has postponed the executions of three death row inmates who say the use of the sedative midazolam in the procedures is cruel. Justices said Oklahoma could not execute Richard Glossip, John Grant and Benjamin Cole by lethal injection using midazolam while the case is pending.
28, Feb 2015 - The 13th Juror: Is this a trial or a remake of 'Groundhog Day'?
 BOSTON (CNN) -- The trial of accused Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev was supposed to have started three weeks ago. But now it's anybody's guess when this highly anticipated trial will begin. 0 0 read more
28, Feb 2015 - Federal appeals court to hear 3 more gay marriage cases
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) — A federal appeals court has agreed to hear arguments this spring from three more states defending gay marriage bans.
28, Feb 2015 - Key issues as jury selection progresses in theater shooting
CENTENNIAL, Colo. (AP) — Jury selection in the Colorado theater shooting case is going faster than expected, and attorneys will start questioning individual jurors Wednesday, about a week sooner than
28, Feb 2015 - Victims' father believes Muslim students' deaths are hate crimes
The father of two Muslim women killed in a triple shooting at a condominium near the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill said Wednesday that the suspected gunman hated his daughter and son-in-law for who they were and how they lived, and he believes their deaths are hate crimes.
28, Feb 2015 - Dori foundation hosts event to warn against drunken driving
Jim Rocca fought back tears as he spoke about his son in prison on Thursday.
28, Feb 2015 - Mark Thiessen Achieves Personal Best
Top notch Houston Criminal defense attorney Mark Thiessen earns new personal record: Four not guilty verdicts in 12 business days (PRWeb February 23, 2015) Read the full story at
28, Feb 2015 - Former executive set for plea hearing in crash that killed 2
A former Fortune 500 executive charged with killing a pregnant Vermont woman and her fiance during a botched suicide attempt is expected to be in a New Hampshire court Thursday for a plea hearing. Robert ...
28, Feb 2015 - Marine facing trial a decade after vanishing in Iraq
CAMP LEJEUNE, North Carolina (AP) — A U.S. Marine who vanished from his post in Iraq a decade ago and later wound up in Lebanon chose Monday to have his case decided by a military judge instead of a jury.
28, Feb 2015 - 2 child molestation trials end in guilty verdicts
Super aggravated sexual assault of a child carries a minimum sentence of 25 years in prison and does not allow the option of parole. Through a translator, the young girl — now in third grade — told jurors in detail about what she said Mendez would force her to do three years ago, and about the “naked people” movies he would make her watch. In a separate child molestation trial in the 437th state ...
28, Feb 2015 - Appeals court won't upset convictions of former MLB player Chad Curtis
HASTINGS, Mich. (AP) — The state appeals court has affirmed the convictions and sentence of former Major League Baseball player Chad Curtis, who is in prison for sexual misconduct with teenage girls in western Michigan.
28, Feb 2015 - Lindsay Lohan has been ordered to complete another 125 hours of community service.
A judge in Santa Monica, California called much of the 28-year-old actress' work at the Community Service Volunteers (CSV) centre in London - which she was required to do as part of her probation requirements following a reckless driving offence in 2012 - "unacceptable" in court following an investigation by prosecutor Terry White.
28, Feb 2015 - In Brief: Ex-Owner of Steroid Clinic Sentenced to 4 Years
Miami — The former owner of a Florida medical clinic who posed as a doctor and illegally supplied steroid injections and other performance-enhancing drugs to professional baseball players and even high school athletes was sentenced Tuesday to four years in federal prison.
28, Feb 2015 - Ernest Wholaver
Gov. Tom Wolf declared a moratorium on Pennsylvania’s death penalty on Friday, Feb. 13 until he receives a forthcoming report by a state task force on capital punishment.
28, Feb 2015 - Maine Governor LePage asks top U.S. court to weigh in on Medicaid fight
By Dave Sherwood AUGUSTA, Maine (Reuters) - Maine Governor Paul LePage has appealed to the U.S. Supreme Court in a dispute with the federal government over the state's effort to trim some young people from its Medicaid rolls. In a 172-page petition, the Republican LePage administration questioned a lower court ruling that affirmed the federal government decision to reject the state's plan to cut ...
28, Feb 2015 - Crain's Detroit Business presents a luncheon with U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Steven Rhodes and forme
DETROIT, Feb. 6, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Join Crain's to hear our Newsmakers of the Year for 2014, U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Steven Rhodes and former Detroit emergency manager Kevyn Orr, address the southeast ...
28, Feb 2015 - Patty Hearst makes headlines again - thanks to her dog
4 decades after infamous kidnapping and prison sentence, heiress makes news for her shih tzu winning at Westminster Kennel Club show
28, Feb 2015 - Hutchinson outlines $33M plan to ease prison overcrowding
Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson on Wednesday proposed tapping more than $33 million in state reserve funds to ease a backlog of state inmates at county jails by opening new prison space, hiring additional ...
28, Feb 2015 - Virginia ex-first lady gets one-year prison term for corruption
WASHINGTON — Maureen McDonnell, Virginia’s former first lady, was sentenced to one year and a day in prison Friday for public corruption in a case that could ultimately reshape federal ethics prosecutions.
28, Feb 2015 - Mexican businessman says he faced death in horse buying scam
BASTROP, Texas (AP) - A Mexican man imprisoned in Texas for laundering drug money says cartel leaders threatened to kill him if he refused to buy and sell expensive horses.
28, Feb 2015 - Former Longview hospital employee sentenced to 18 months in prison for criminal HIPAA violations
A former employee of an East Texas hospital has been sentenced to federal prison for criminal HIPAA violations in the Eastern District of Texas, announced U.S. Attorney John M. Bales. Promote to Mobile Breaking News read more
28, Feb 2015 - Suspect in Darlington shooting remains in jail
A Darlington man accused of shooting his girlfriend Sunday was denied bail by a Harford County District Court judge Monday.
28, Feb 2015 - Rubén Rosario: Should Russian murderer be sent home to finish sentence?
Pyotr Shmelev doesn't know when to quit. The 43-year-old convicted killer is still lobbying to whoever will listen that he can save Minnesota taxpayers more than $30,000 a year if the state approves his request to serve out the rest of his 30-year sentence in his native Russia.
28, Feb 2015 - State holds clemency hearing Tuesday for only woman on death row
Attorneys for Kelly Renee Gissendaner, Georgia’s only woman on death row, will make a final plea for her life this morning before the State Pardon and Paroles Board. Should the board deny her clemency or a stay, she is scheduled to die by lethal injection at 7 p.m. Wednesday at a state prison in Jackson. read more
28, Feb 2015 - Couple sentenced for Chinese restaurant employment conspiracy
BEAUMONT - From U.S. Attorney's Office -- A Houston husband and wife have been sentenced to federal prison for racketeering violations in connection with an employment referral conspiracy in the Eastern District of Texas, announced U.S. Attorney John M. Bales and Brian M. ...
28, Feb 2015 - Expelled Nevada assemblyman gets probation in gun case
LAS VEGAS (AP) — A former Nevada state lawmaker whose arrests, exploits and expulsion from the Legislature drew intense attention two years ago received three years' probation and a stern warning Tuesday that he faces six years in prison if he misbehaves.
28, Feb 2015 - Louisiana man receives life sentence for Orange County drug conspiracy
BEAUMONT, Texas – A 38-year-old Vinton, Louisiana man has been sentenced to federal prison for drug trafficking violations in the Eastern District of Texas, announced U.S. Attorney John M. Bales today.     Jeremy James Wimberly was found guilty by a jury on Sep. ...
28, Feb 2015 - Trials of the Century: Big Dan's rape case - News, Weather and Classifieds for Southern New Eng
The case that transfixed Newport and a nation: the sophisticated aristocrat charged with the attempted murder of his socialite heiress wife. The case that transfixed Newport and a nation: the sophisticated aristocrat charged with the attempted murder of his socialite heiress wife.
28, Feb 2015 - City offers limited chance to get warrant wiped off the books
Atlanta Municipal Court offers one-time amnesty for thousands who skipped court by Max Blau On a frigid Tuesday morning in February, Atlanta Municipal Court Chief Judge Herman Sloan sits comfortably inside his fifth-floor courtroom, deciding the outcome of a string of traffic violations. The cases range from failures to fasten seat belt to speeding to DUI violations.… [ Read more ] [ Subscribe ...
28, Feb 2015 - Paul VI boys’ basketball surges on the court and on the recruiting trail
The recruit-loaded Panthers have clawed their way back from a frustrating start to the season to emerge as serious contenders ahead of the WCAC playoffs.
28, Feb 2015 - Families: Hate sparked Chapel Hill shooting, not parking issue
The victims of a fatal shooting in Chapel Hill Tuesday night were students of both the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and North Carolina State University, according to a statement issued by UNC.
28, Feb 2015 - Lawrence man, father sentenced for selling synthetic marijuana out of Lawrence-born business
A 34-year-old Lawrence man and his Tonganoxie father were sentenced Tuesday to more than seven years in federal prison after launching a “global sales and supply network” for synthetic marijuana, U.S. Attorney Barry Grissom said.
28, Feb 2015 - California man gets 15 years for traveling to SC to have sex with boy
A California man arrested last August has been sentenced to 15 years in prison and 25 years supervised released for traveling to South Carolina to have sex with a 15-year-old. Click to Continue »
28, Feb 2015 - Stolen valor: Fake soldiers pretend to be war heroes for popularity and profit
In July 2013, Jonathan Wade Short of Hardin County, Kentucky, admitted in U.S. District Court to impersonating a United States soldier for most of the preceding year, even though he had no record of military service.
28, Feb 2015 - Revered Attorney Charles Damsel Honored by the Florida Defense Lawyers Association and the American
Respected and nationally renowned Florida attorney named Life Member of the FDLA and given the Founder’s Award by the ABOTA. (PRWeb February 12, 2015) Read the full story at
28, Feb 2015 - Man who inspired true-crime 'Blind Faith' novel, film dies - Quincy Herald-Whig | Illinois
NEWARK, N.J. (AP) - A New Jersey insurance salesman convicted of plotting to kill his wife and the inspiration for the true-crime novel "Blind Faith" and a TV movie has died.
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