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Lawsuit Filed Against Jody Kriss, Former Bayrock Executive & Founder of East River Partners
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23, Sep 2014 - Missouri lawmaker, wife, ask court for contraception insurance exclusion
Lawyer argues that families should be treated like owners of small businesses, who already won religious exemption from birth control coverage mandate.
23, Sep 2014 - Tearful judge gives man 17 years for Michigan porch shooting
By Aaron Foley DETROIT (Reuters) - A tearful judge on Wednesday sent a white Michigan man to prison for at least 17 years for fatally shooting an unarmed black teenager on his front porch in a racially charged case that sparked protests in the Detroit area. Wayne County Circuit Court Judge Dana Hathaway sentenced Theodore Wafer, 55, to a mandatory two years for felony firearm usage followed by ...
23, Sep 2014 - Judge to pick Tsarnaev trial venue based on papers - Quincy Herald-Whig | Illinois & Missouri News,
BOSTON (AP) - A judge has rejected a request from lawyers for Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev (joh-HAHR' tsahr-NEYE'-ehv) to hold a hearing on whether to move the trial outside of Massachusetts.
23, Sep 2014 - Federal Court Sets Trial Date for Boston Scientific Vaginal Mesh Cases in Florida, the Rottenstein
The federal court overseeing the consolidated lawsuits filed against Boston Scientific involving vaginal mesh products has ordered that four of the included cases, all to be tried in Florida and all involving the company’s “Pinnacle” mesh product, be ready for trial by November 3. (PRWeb September 22, 2014) Read the full story at ...
23, Sep 2014 - Woman sentenced to 75 years for 2011 murder of her father
A southern Illinois woman was sentenced to 60 years in prison on Tuesday, Aug. 26 in connection with the murder of her father.
23, Sep 2014 - Man pleads guilty to eight drug offenses
A town resident faces what could be a long prison sentence after pleading guilty Tuesday to eight drug offenses, the majority of them involving heroin, in Warren County Circuit Court.
23, Sep 2014 - State highlights: Report: Hospitals ill-prepared for Sandy; Iowa Supreme Court lets teleabortion go
When Superstorm Sandy slammed into the Northeast nearly two years ago, hospitals found themselves dealing with surges in patients, lost power supplies and employees who couldn't get to work -- problems that a new federal report finds they were not prepared to handle (Mulvihill, 9/17).
23, Sep 2014 - Tesla Updates Car Software, Wins Lawsuit in Massachusetts
Tesla (TSLA) has provided a software update for its Model S cars. Meanwhile, the Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts ruled out a case filed against Tesla.
23, Sep 2014 - John Walker, mastermind of notorious spy ring, dies in U.S. prison
Navy warrant officer who orchestrated a spy ring for the Soviets that was considered one of the most damaging security breaches in American history has died at a federal prison in North Carolina, a prison spokesman said on Friday. John Anthony Walker Jr. died on Thursday at the prison complex in Butner, Federal Bureau of Prisons spokesman Chris Burke said. Walker began his Cold War-era espionage ...
23, Sep 2014 - Judge moves back Scott Walker's prison report date to Dec. 1 for medical reasons
GULFPORT, Mississippi -- Scott Walker's 18-month stint in federal prison will not begin until Dec. 1 after U.S. District Judge Keith Starrett allowed the delay for medical reasons, according to court documents.  Walker pleaded guilty to his role in fraud...
23, Sep 2014 - Iraq vet, 42, 'who stormed the White House had more than 800 rounds of ammunition, a machete an
Omar J. Gonzalez, 42, appeared in federal court on Monday, three days after he allegedly scaled a White House fence and tried to enter the executive mansion.
23, Sep 2014 - Washington judge upholds small city's pot shop ban
TACOMA, Wash. (AP) — A state judge said Friday that a small city can continue to ban state-licensed marijuana businesses, in a case with big implications for Washington's experiment in legal pot.
23, Sep 2014 - Meet R.J. Hunter, the Top Mid-Major 2015 NBA Draft Prospect
It's not always easy to judge how valuable a mid-major NBA draft prospect is, as it's tough to translate small-school success to the pro ranks. But sometimes you just know a flat-out baller when you see one. That's the case for 6'5" Georgia State junior R.J. Hunter, the sweet-shooting 2-guard who earned 2013-14 Sun Belt Player of the Year honors. As a sophomore, he scored 18.3 points per game ...
23, Sep 2014 - Utah man charged with workers' compensation fraud
HELENA, Mont. (AP) — A Utah man who suffered a knee injury while working at the Montana State Prison is charged with defrauding the state workers' compensation fund by collecting disability benefits w
23, Sep 2014 - San Francisco To Spend $100K On Attorneys For Immigrant Residents Facing Deportation
San Francisco officials are set to announce $100,000 in funding to help city residents facing deportation for living in the country illegally obtain an attorney.
23, Sep 2014 - Convicted rapist charged with ‘aiding or soliciting suicide’ of victim
A Roundup man in Montana State Prison for having sex with an underage girl is facing a new charge alleging he pressured the girl to kill herself during a live video chat in September 2013.
23, Sep 2014 - California judge throws out lawsuit targeting crude by rail facility
A San Francisco Superior Court judge on Friday dismissed a lawsuit brought by environmental groups against Kinder Morgan's Richmond, California, rail terminal, which quietly began unloading crude oil from trains this year, saying the plaintiffs waited too long to file their complaint. Judge Peter Busch acknowledged there were "deep concerns" about the new cargo, which passes through the densely ...
23, Sep 2014 - About 60 percent of ND applicants passed bar exam
The North Dakota Supreme Court says 63 percent of applicants passed the bar exam this year, a lower rate compared to 2013.
23, Sep 2014 - 'Party mansion' owner convicted of tax and healthcare fraud
A former Raleigh resident, known for the wild parties held at his “party mansion” in North Raleigh, was sentenced to more than 10 years in prison for tax fraud, healthcare fraud and money laundering crimes, according to a United States Department of Justice release.
23, Sep 2014 - Court won't reconsider Morgan Hill school's US flag shirt ban
A federal appeals court won't reconsider a ruling that upholds a Northern California high school's decision to order students to turn American flag T-shirts inside out . The high school in the San Jose suburb of Morgan Hill issued the order during a celebration of the Mexican holiday Cinco de Mayo. The school had a history of problems between white and Latino students. The 9th U.S. Circuit Court ...
23, Sep 2014 - Lenoir man convicted of making meth
Timothy Shawn Harrell, 38, was sentenced to serve between 44 and 62 months in prison after a conviction of manufacturing meth.
23, Sep 2014 - Former chief prosecutor endorses legalization of marijuana in Oregon
A former US attorney for Oregon has endorsed an upcoming referendum to legalize recreational marijuana in the state and tax and regulate its sales, saying on Monday that laws banning the drug have failed to curb its use.
23, Sep 2014 - Volokh Conspiracy: Texas’ highest criminal court strikes down ‘improper photography’ statute
Ban on photographing people in public, without their consent and "with intent to arouse or gratify ... sexual desire," violates the First Amendment.
23, Sep 2014 - Zakszewski sentenced for drug trafficking
A drug trafficker who prompted a police chase back in April has learned how much time he will spend behind bars.
23, Sep 2014 - Appeals court tosses ruling on Obamacare tax credits in win for administration (+video)
The vote by the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals to rehear the Obamacare tax credit case overturns a ruling by a three-judge panel and makes it less likely the Supreme Court will hear the case soon.
23, Sep 2014 - Former South Dakota Pastor Living In Denver Accused Of Sex Crime
A former South Dakota pastor and educator living in Denver is accused of having sexual contact with a minor six years ago.
23, Sep 2014 - Ex-Michigan GOP committee member sentenced
Escanaba — A former member of the Michigan Republican State Committee who was convicted of extortion and using a computer to commit a crime during his divorce has been sentenced to three to 20 years in prison.
23, Sep 2014 - Ex-APD officer goes on trial in deadly crash
Jury selection starts today in collision that killed 21-year-old, injured her sister
23, Sep 2014 - Texas man sentenced for sexual assault of child
An East Texas man has been sentenced to three 99-year prison sentences for sexually abusing a 14-year-old female relative.
23, Sep 2014 - Seattle stabbing suspect: Knifing people is ‘better than doing meth’
A Seattle man is facing robbery and assault charges following a South Lake Union crime spree that saw two people stabbed.
23, Sep 2014 - Former Region 8 judge gets 40 years in Arkansas drug case
A federal judge says a former Region 8 judge convicted of drug conspiracy charges should spend 40 years in prison.
23, Sep 2014 - Justice Department Supports Native Americans In Child Welfare Case
For the first time, the department wades into a federal district court case involving the Indian Child Welfare Act, a law meant to keep Native American families together.
23, Sep 2014 - Michigan Supreme Court suspends Detroit judge
Associated Press - A Detroit judge has been suspended without pay by the Michigan Supreme Court. The court said Brenda Sanders didn't follow its June order to cooperate with an independent medical exam. Sanders' mental health and ability to do her job is being challenged by the Michigan Judicial Tenure Commission, which wants her removed from office. Sanders is a judge at Detroit's 36th District ...
23, Sep 2014 - Kansas City Man Sentenced for Child Porn
A Kansas City, MO, man was sentenced in federal court for possessing and attempting to distribute child pornography.
23, Sep 2014 - Lawyer for Fall River mayor wants independent investigator
FALL RIVER — Beleaguered Mayor Will Flanagan will seek an outside independent investigation regarding claims by City Councilor Jasiel Correia II that Flanagan tried to intimidate him during a late night meeting, using a gun, after the councilor...
23, Sep 2014 - MN court: Warrant not needed in drunk driving case if death involved
The Minnesota court today overturned a lower court ruling that tossed out the blood drawn from Derek Stavish of Sartell, who was driving drunk in June 2012, and crashed his truck, killing an occupant.
23, Sep 2014 - Tesla wins the battle to sell in Masachusetts. Which states are 'pro-Tesla?'
Tesla Motors has won another battle in a state-by-state war between the automaker and car-dealer associations after a court granted it right to sell from its company owned-stores in Massachusetts. With the decision, Massachusetts joins Minnesota, North Carolina,  and New York in the 'pro-Tesla' camp.
23, Sep 2014 - Orange is the New Black writer Lauren Morelli falls for show star Samira Wiley
An Orange Is The New Black writer who realised she was gay on the set of the hit prison drama has filed for divorce after falling in love with one of the show's stars.
23, Sep 2014 - Man held in alleged sex assaults over 27 years
WARREN, Pa. (AP) - A 66-year-old northwestern Pennsylvania man has been jailed on charges he sexually assaulted a female at various times from 1976 until 2003, when he allegedly raped her after being forgiven for past incidents.
23, Sep 2014 - Texas woman gets new trial over foster child death
Hannah Overton takes her seat for the second day of her appeals case Tuesday, April 24, 2012 at the Nueces Courthouse in Corpus Christi, Texas. Overton was Convicted of capital murder in 2007 in connection with the death of her foster child, Andrew Burd.
23, Sep 2014 - US seeks up to 20 years in prison in New York insider trading case
NEW YORK — An Ivy League-educated ex-portfolio manager convicted of enabling his firm to earn more than a quarter-billion dollars through insider trading on a promising Alzheimer's drug trial was sentenced Monday to nine years in prison by a judge who said the "staggering" fraud deserved lengthy incarceration.
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