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Lawsuit Filed Against Jody Kriss, Former Bayrock Executive & Founder of East River Partners
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20, Aug 2014 - U.S. court rulings create new uncertainty over Obamacare
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Two U.S. judicial panels on Tuesday injected new uncertainty into the future of President Barack Obama's healthcare law, with conflicting rulings over whether the federal government can subsidize health insurance for millions of Americans.
20, Aug 2014 - Assault allegations against ex-high school football players
Five former high school football players from Milton, Vermont denied allegations they assaulted their younger teammates in 2011 and 2012. Ryan Carlson, 20, Brandon Beliveau, 20, Brian Lasell, 19, William Jenkins, 18, and Colby Darling, 18, were cited into court in Burlington on simple assault charges. Lawyers for each of the men entered not guilty pleas on their behalf. Are you using your WPTZ ...
20, Aug 2014 - Execution Drug Cost Quadruples For Texas Prisons
Texas is paying four times more for its execution drugs from a new supplier, putting it in line with a local consumer rate but well below the cost in at least one other death penalty state.
20, Aug 2014 - Wachovia Bank shooter competency hearing focuses on newfound nurses' notes
The fourth day of the William Merriweather's competency hearing focused on newfound nurse notes from a federal medical prison.
20, Aug 2014 - Keeping lungs alive outside the body? U-M clinical trial is 'wild'
With the XVIVO Perfusion System, Michigan doctors hope to keep lungs sustained outside the body for days, giving them time to heal before transplant.
20, Aug 2014 - San Diego Lawyer Named Top 2014 Attorney for Construction Litigation
San Diego lawyer Michelle Schill has been named a top 2014 attorney for real estate and construction litigation by The Daily Transcript. (PRWeb July 31, 2014) Read the full story at
20, Aug 2014 - Man gets 50-year sentence for burglarizing Hank Aaron's home
No one messes with Aaron in Atlanta. No one.
20, Aug 2014 - Ex-boss says longtime fugitive became a good man
Before learning his friend was really Ronald Carnes, an armed robber who escaped from a North Carolina prison in 1973, Seattle businessman Carl Bryant knew him as Louie Vance, a trusted worker and confidant whom he had...
20, Aug 2014 - Boulder gay marriage licenses halted in Colo. court judgement
Boulder gay marriage: The court ruling was in response to an appeal from Republican Attorney General John Suthers, who has been trying for several weeks to get Boulder's clerk to stop giving marriage licenses to gay couples until there's a definitive ruling on same-sex unions from the US Supreme Court.
20, Aug 2014 - Lawyer explains what you can do if someone misuses your photos
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20, Aug 2014 - Woman pleads guilty to staging car accident and receiving money from insurance claim
BEAUMONT, Texas - from U.S. Attorney's Office A 32-year-old Port Arthur, Texas woman has pleaded guilty to federal violations in the Eastern District of Texas, announced U.S. Attorney John M. Bales today.   Shawnta Rene Bell Jones pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit mail fraud today before U. ...
20, Aug 2014 - Dupree victorious in Wyandotte County judge's race
KANSAS CITY, KAN. ---- Timothy Dupree was the first member of his family to earn a college degree. Now, he'll be the first member of his family to serve as a Wyandotte County District Court Judge.
20, Aug 2014 - 300 Rabbis Plead for Action To Free Alan Gross
Three hundred U.S. rabbis urged President Barack Obama to “take action” to secure the release of Alan Gross, a U.S. government subcontractor jailed in Cuba for attempting to establish Internet communications for Cuban Jews. Click here for the rest of the article...
20, Aug 2014 - Michael Parrish scheduled to die on Oct. 14 for killing girlfriend, own son
Gov. Tom Corbett has signed a warrant for Michael Parrish — the Effort man convicted of fatally shooting his girlfriend and 19-month-old son in 2009 — to be executed Oct. 14 by lethal injection.
20, Aug 2014 - Defendants enter guilty pleas in child pornography cases
Three defendants charged in unrelated cases appeared yesterday before U.S. District Judge Sam R. Cummings and pleaded guilty to various felony child pornography offenses.
20, Aug 2014 - State's prison food service contract still under review ; decision likely soon
— A Corrections department spokesman said Thursday Michigan's prison food service contract remained under review as two local officials and a liberal group demanded that it be ended.
20, Aug 2014 - Competency hearing focuses on newfound nurses' notes
The fourth day of the William Merriweather's competency hearing focused on newfound nurse notes from a federal medical prison.
20, Aug 2014 - David Cassidy to enter DWI plea
Specifics of the plea agreement have not been released, but officials with knowledge of the arrangement said no jail time or probation would be required though a fine and suspension of driving privileges in the state are possible. Acting Rensselaer County District Attorney Arthur Glass said a section in the state Penal Law covers pleas and sentencing by mail, especially in misdemeanor traffic ...
20, Aug 2014 - Atlantic City Vacationers Told ABC News “20/20� They Were Roughed Up by Harrah's Sec
Attorneys for two Philadelphia men who allege they were beaten by security guards at Harrah’s Resort in Atlantic City have called on state and federal prosecutors to launch criminal investigations into the seperate incidents, which were both captured on security video.
20, Aug 2014 - State moves one step closer to gay marriage
Same-sex couples all over Virginia were waiting on the edge of their seats to find out whether their marriages would be legalized in Virginia on Thursday, Aug 21. Last week, the U.S. Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals refused to halt the legalization of gay marriage in Virginia. That meant that the only chance opponents had left to stop same-sex marriage is if Supreme Court Chief Justice John ...
20, Aug 2014 - Jury gives life in prison for family assault
A Montgomery County jury convicted a repeated felony offender of assault against a family member earlier this week in the 221st state District Court.
20, Aug 2014 - License tag fee would likely have to jump $2.50-$3 to pay for prison expansion, research finds
A legislative committee talked further this morning about the growing Arkansas prison population and proposals to deal with it. It heard from Richard Wilson , assistant director of legislative research, that a $100 million, 1,000-bed new prison would likely require a license decal fee of $2.50 to $3 a year, not $2 as originally suggested. Wilson said the best figures available now shows that a ...
20, Aug 2014 - Aspen transient accused of contributing to delinquency of minor
A 23-year-old man described by Aspen police as a transient faces a felony and a misdemeanor stemming from his involvement with a 17-year-old runaway from Araphahoe County. Russell L. Nelson appeared before Pitkin County District Judge Gail Nichols on Friday during an advisement hearing. He has yet to be officially charged by the 9th Judicial District Attorney’s Office, but was booked Thursday ...
20, Aug 2014 - Sister: Executions reveal botched system
She's 75, enjoys a strong drink and tells silly jokes. She's also committed each day of her life to trying see that not one more person is executed in America.
20, Aug 2014 - Jail Explosion Has Big Legal Fallout
There could be dozens if not hundreds of lawsuits coming from inmates who say they were hurt in the Escambia County Jail explosion. The cost to taxpayers is hard to estimate.
20, Aug 2014 - State highlights: Concerns continue about Coakley-partners antitrust settlement; Maine's Lepage
Criticism of Attorney General Martha Coakley's antitrust pact with the state's largest health care system mounted Thursday as a watchdog panel warned a judge the proposed deal might not meet its goal of holding down medical expenses.
20, Aug 2014 - CANDIDATE QUESTIONNAIRE: Timothy Dupree, Wyandotte County Judge
KANSAS CITY, KAN. ----- Below is the questionnaire from Timothy Dupree our third candidate in next week's Wyandotte County judge primary race. Again, thank you to all the candidates for responding to our questions!
20, Aug 2014 - Cold case murder suspect now in Gwinnett County jail
Gerson Salmeron-Diaz has been charged with the 2008 murder of a Sugar Hill woman.
20, Aug 2014 - Indicted Texas Governor Perry has fingerprints, mug shot taken
By Jon Herskovitz AUSTIN Texas (Reuters) - Texas Governor Rick Perry, a possible Republican presidential candidate in the 2016 race, was fingerprinted and had his mug shot taken by judicial authorities on Tuesday after being indicted last week on two felony charges of abusing power. This indictment is fundamentally a political act that seeks to achieve at the courthouse what could not be ...
20, Aug 2014 - Lubbock man gets life sentence for smoke shop aggravated robbery, sexual assault
Lubbock man gets 2 life sentences for smoke shop aggravated robbery, sexual assault
20, Aug 2014 - Report: John Rogers Was Tipped to FBI Raid
John Rogers allegedly was tipped off that federal agents would be visiting his North Little Rock business and home before federal agents executed search warrants on Jan. 28. But Rogers' attorney says Rogers helped authorities expose another man's crime.
20, Aug 2014 - Texas’s Perry Heads to Court Punching With Video Attack
Texas Governor Rick Perry will go to the Travis County criminal courthouse in Austin to be booked on charges of public corruption, a day after his defense team rejected the indictment as a political hatchet job. Perry lawyer Tony Buzbee said the grand jury's action last week was an attempt to criminalize politics. Perry, a Republican, is accused of abusing his authority by trying to force out a ...
20, Aug 2014 - Burglar Receives 50-Year Sentence After Breaking into Hank Aaron's Home
Two rules to live by: Don’t mess with Georgia and don’t steal from Hank Aaron . A Georgia man will be on probation for the next half-century after pleading guilty to breaking into the Hall of Famer’s house and taking several of the former pro’s prized baseball possessions. The Atlanta Journal-Constitution ’s Steve Visser (h/t Scooby Axson of Sports Illustrated ) reports that Fulton County ...
20, Aug 2014 - Former health network CEO sentenced to prison
The former CEO of a health network has been sentenced to prison for submitting false documents.
20, Aug 2014 - Plea Entered in High School Stabbing Case
A girl accused of stabbing another student at Lincoln's Pius X high school entered a plea in court Monday. The charge against Sarah Picolo was amended from 1st degree assault to 2nd degree.
20, Aug 2014 - Jury Selected In Case Of Murdered UF Student
A jury was seated Monday in the trial of a Miami man charged in the 2012 death of a University of Florida student, also from South Florida.
20, Aug 2014 - Coast Lines, Aug. 13, 2014: Clinical trial underway at diabetes camp
BOULDER CREEK Clinical trial underway at diabetes camp Kids and teens with Type 1 diabetes are swimming, rock climbing, hiking and playing various field sports in the redwoods of the Santa Cruz Mountains while testing a device that automatically measures their blood sugar and determines how much insulin they'll need.
20, Aug 2014 - Expert: DNA evidence links suspect to killing
FILE - In this Monday, March 4, 2013 file photo, Samuel Little appears at Superior Court in Los Angeles.Testimony is set to begin Tuesday, Aug. 19, 2014 in the trial of Little, accused of sexually assaulting and strangling three women in the 1980s.
20, Aug 2014 - Man sentenced for apartment meth fire
A 47-year-old man involved in an attempt to make methamphetamine that set fire to his apartment has been sentenced to federal prison.
20, Aug 2014 - Texas Gov. Perry assembles high-powered legal team - Quincy Herald-Whig | Illinois & Missouri News,
AUSTIN, Texas (AP) - Republican Texas Gov. Rick Perry says he is fighting a criminal indictment with the law on his side - not to mention a team of high-powered attorneys with formidable records in big cases.
20, Aug 2014 - Potential GOP presidential candidates court Iowa conservatives
The Family Leadership Summit in Ames, Iowa offered Republican hopefuls a chance to speak with evangelical voters more than a year before the start of the 2016 nominating process
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