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28, Feb 2015 - Judge to approve Atlantic City tax deal with Revel Casino
A New Jersey federal bankruptcy judge on Thursday said she will approve a deal that allows bankrupt Revel Casino Hotel to pay far less in property taxes to Atlantic City this year. The cash-strapped city agreed to lower its 2015 valuation of Revel, the city's newest casino property. Revel opened in 2012 to much fanfare but has never turned a profit, went bankrupt twice and closed last year ...
28, Feb 2015 - Recently appointed judges bring varied experience
CEDAR RAPIDS — The two newest 6th Judicial District judges didn’t have aspirations to take the bench until others encouraged them. Then they began to see it as their way to provide more...
28, Feb 2015 - Illinois’ child welfare system leaves kids stuck in jail
There’s a kid in the Cook County juvenile jail right now who isn’t supposed to be there. A judge ordered his release on January 29. Because he is a juvenile, WBEZ isn’t using his name, but his problem is not unique. Even after a judge has ordered their release, lots of kids wait weeks, even months to be picked up. Their deadbeat guardian is the State of Illinois, and these kids are stuck in jail ...
28, Feb 2015 - Mom Who Hurt Infant Son Gets 15 Years In Prison
VERNON — A 25-year-old Vernon mother of three pleaded guilty Friday to assaulting her infant son and was sentenced to 15 years in prison.
28, Feb 2015 - Authorities say man had no firm travel plans
A Minnesota man who authorities say tried to fly to Turkey with the intent of joining terror group ISIS in Syria pleaded guilty Thursday in a federal court in Minneapolis.
28, Feb 2015 - Convicted murderer Charles Capone sentenced to life in prison
MOSCOW, Idaho - Just after 12:00pm Monday, convicted murderer Charles Capone was sentenced to life in prison for the murder of his estranged wife Rachael Anderson. It's a fixed term sentence, meaning there will be no chance he could get out early. Capone spoke to the court for 45 minutes in his defense, however the judge felt Capone was not remorseful for his crimes.
28, Feb 2015 - Ga. set to execute only female death row inmate this week
Georgia is set to execute its lone female death row inmate this week unless the state parole board or a court steps in with last-minute relief.
28, Feb 2015 - Pittsfield traffic stop leads to drug charges for Holyoke man
PITTSFIELD >> A Holyoke man was held on $30,000 cash bail Friday after police allegedly found 2,000 bags of heroin in the trunk of his car.
28, Feb 2015 - Woman sentenced to probation in cocaine case
URBANA — A Champaign woman who admitted having cocaine in her car last spring in Champaign was sentenced Thursday to two years of first offender probation. Cynthia Staples, 43, of the 1400 block of Winding Lane, was stopped by University of Illinois police on the evening of May 23 because she was spotted talking on a cellphone while driving near First and Green streets. read more
28, Feb 2015 - US appeals court: Marathon bombing trial can stay in Boston - Quincy Herald-Whig | Illinois & Misso
BOSTON (AP) - The trial of Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev can stay in Massachusetts, a federal appeals court ruled Friday.
28, Feb 2015 - Low on Resources, Boston Turns to Prison Labor to Shovel Snow
With Boston’s budget for snow removal having long since dried up, the snow-filled city has enlisted the efforts of prisoners, police cadets, and union workers to remove snow.
28, Feb 2015 - Welch returns to county for sentencing: Girlfriend of escapee now serving 40-year federal prison se
KINGMAN — A Phoenix woman who helped her boyfriend escape from prison in 2010 is back in Mohave County awaiting her sentencing.
28, Feb 2015 - Revenge Porn Felony Conviction: Kevin Bollaert Faces 20 Years In Online Extortion Scheme
A California court has just sent a stern message to online entrepreneurs who want to monetize revenge porn : Your crime is a felony and you could face decades in prison. That is a possibility for San Diego resident Kevin Bollaert, 28, who was found guilty Monday of identity theft and extortion for posting nude and compromising images of (mostly) women sent in anonymously by their exes and then ...
28, Feb 2015 - Lawsuit that claimed excessive force by police dismissed
LITTLE ROCK (AP) — A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit that alleging four policemen, including former Little Rock police officer Josh Hastings, used excessive force while conducting an arrest. ...
28, Feb 2015 - Man sentenced to 17.5 years for financing, managing multi-state heroin operation
A Connecticut man involved in major drug distribution rings in Vermont and Maine is going to prison for more than 17 years. Prosecutors say that 34-year-old James Nastri of Deep River, Connecticut, was sentenced last week to 210 months in prison following his conviction on a federal drug conspiracy charge. At sentencing, U.S. District Court Judge William Sessions said Nastri financed and managed ...
28, Feb 2015 - Businessman who testified against Ray Nagin sentenced to 1 year in jail
A federal judge has sentenced a North Shore businessman to one year in prison for paying bribes to former Mayor Ray Nagin.
28, Feb 2015 - It Shouldn't Happen To A Dog (Fox Cinema Archives)
Highly Recommended Pleasingly silly B effort, with the delightful Allyn Joslyn in top form. 20th Century-Fox's Cinema Archives line of hard-to-find library and cult titles has released It Shouldn't Happen to a Dog , the 1946 crime comedy directed by Herbert I. Leeds, and starring Carole Landis, Allyn Joslyn, Margo Woode, Henry Morgan, Reed Hadley, Jean Wallace, Roy Roberts, John Ireland, John ...
28, Feb 2015 - NY Lawyer Pleads Guilty To Stealing Nearly $2M From Staten Island Cemetery
State Attorney General Eric Schneiderman said Wednesday that Timothy Griffin will be sentenced to three to nine years in prison on the grand larceny charge.
28, Feb 2015 - Sisters post $500,000 bond; Chao still in jail
Two of three suspects in a human-trafficking case involving three central Ohio massage parlors have been released from jail ahead of their April trial dates.
28, Feb 2015 - Jury in ‘American Sniper’ trial finds Eddie Ray Routh guilty of killing Navy SEAL Chris Kyle an
The trial in Stephenville, Tex., centered on whether Routh should be held responsible despite being diagnosed with psychosis, schizophrenia and other mental illnesses.
28, Feb 2015 - News Updates from Save the Post Office
In an epic court battle, the City of Berkeley and the National Trust for Historic Preservation are taking on the U.S. Postal Service over the sale of the Berkeley Main Post Office and of our nation’s historic post offices.
28, Feb 2015 - Ruling against health care subsidies could raise premiums for millions, firm says
WASHINGTON — Days ahead of oral arguments in the Supreme Court case challenging health law insurance subsidies, the consulting firm Avalere Health is projecting that nearly 7.5 million Americans could see premiums increase if justices rule for the plaintiffs and strip aid from consumers in those states that use the federal exchange
28, Feb 2015 - Company suspends efforts to seize Nebraska land for Keystone
OMAHA, Neb. (AP) — TransCanada Corp. will temporarily suspend efforts to seize Nebraska land for its much-delayed Keystone XL oil pipeline after landowners sued, in what is one obstacle the Canadian company still faces in the 1,179-mile project.
28, Feb 2015 - Judge: Man competent for trial in murders of 3 at meeting
STROUDSBURG (AP) — A judge has ruled that a man is competent to stand trial in the shooting deaths of three people at a municipal meeting in northeastern Pennsylvania.
28, Feb 2015 - The San Diego Labor Law Lawyers at Blumenthal Nordrehaug & Bhowmik File a Class Action Lawsuit Agai
A class action lawsuit was filed against the apparel company Michael Kors by a former Shop Manager asserting she was improperly denied overtime wages and meal periods. (PRWeb February 04, 2015) Read the full story at
28, Feb 2015 - Newtown families: Send suit against gun maker to state court
HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) — The families of nine children and adults killed in the 2012 Newtown school shooting are asking a federal judge to return their lawsuit against gun maker Remington to state court, where legal experts say it may have a better chance of succeeding.
28, Feb 2015 - German student's family hopes sentence helps them find peace
MISSOULA, Montana (AP) — A Montana man was on the hunt, not the defensive when he shot and killed a German high school student who was trespassing in his garage, a judge said as he sentenced the man to 70 years in prison with no parole possible for at least two decades.
28, Feb 2015 - Mistrial Declared In Stonington Lobster Case
NEW LONDON (AP) — A Connecticut judge on Friday declared a mistrial after a jury deadlocked in the case of a lobsterman accused of possessing four undersized crustaceans.
28, Feb 2015 - Immigration Reform: While Courts Battle Executive Action, State Laws For Undocumented Immigrants Fa
U.S. President Barack Obama’s executive action on immigration is facing its biggest legal challenge yet after a Texas federal judge temporarily blocked the implementation of deportation relief programs announced in November. But as federal authorities wrangle over next steps, some state lawmakers are in the midst of a push to roll back other benefits for undocumented immigrants that have already ...
28, Feb 2015 - Kansas judge files suit challenging 2014 judiciary changes
Judge Larry T. Solomon of Kingman County filed a lawsuit Wednesday challenging a law that changes the way chief judges in the district courts are selected. The suit, which is backed by the New York-based Brennan Center for Justice, alleges lawmakers were retaliating against the Kansas Supreme Court for its decision in a school finance case. By Peter Hancock
28, Feb 2015 - New Jersey judge: Gay conversion therapy claims are fraud
A judge in New Jersey has ruled that claims of gay conversion therapy that describe homosexuality as a curable mental disorder are fraud. Hudson County Superior Court Judge Peter Bariso Jr. ruled Tuesday ...
28, Feb 2015 - Evidence is tossed in DWI case, but woman still gets license revoked
The NC Court of Appeals threw up a roadblock this week for a Surry County woman who contends that the N.C. Division of Motor Vehicles revoked her driver’s license illegally… Click to Continue »
28, Feb 2015 - No ADA claim for employee who didn't engage in interactive process
(2/27) In a recent case addressing the ADA, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 1st Circuit—which covers Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and Rhode Island—held that a national department store could not be liable for failing to provide a reasonable accommodation to a diabetic sales associate because the employee refused to make a good-faith effort to participate in the interactive process.
28, Feb 2015 - Jail time for ex-attorney of Salt Lake police and two sons
A former attorney who used to represent Salt Lake police, and his two sons, were sentenced to jail Friday for having a clandestine drug lab in the basement of their east-side house.
28, Feb 2015 - Jesse Matthew Jr. Charged with First-Degree Murder of University of Virginia Student
The 33-year-old will not face a capital murder charge, which would have made him eligible for the death penalty
28, Feb 2015 - Missouri man executed for killing neighbor in 1990; 1st execution in the state this year
ST. LOUIS (AP) — Missouri man executed for killing neighbor in 1990; 1st execution in the state this year.
28, Feb 2015 - Ohio Amish leader in prison for beard cuttings seeks release - Quincy Herald-Whig | Illinois & Miss
The leader of a breakaway Amish group in Ohio whose hate crime convictions for beard- and hair-cutting attacks were overturned wants a federal judge to release him from prison when he's resentenced next month.
28, Feb 2015 - AP-GfK Poll: Americans split on Supreme Court marriage case
Americans narrowly favor allowing same-sex couples in their states to marry legally, an Associated Press-GfK poll finds. But...
28, Feb 2015 - US court prevents Kim Dotcom from fighting asset seizure
Bad news continues to flow for Kim Dotcom after a ruling from a United States court barred him from fighting the seizure of his assets.
28, Feb 2015 - Kansas State apologizes to Kansas for court storming
MANHATTAN, Kan. — Kansas State athletic director John Currie said the Wildcats “fell short” of their security responsibilities during a chaotic court-storming that followed a 70-63 men’s basketball victory over No. 8 Kansas on Monday night at Bramlage Coliseum.
28, Feb 2015 - Arcola, Why the Boston Marathon bombing trial will stay in Boston
After requesting a halt on the trial and a new location, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev’s trial for the 2013 Boston Marathon bombings – which killed three people and injured more than 260 - will remain in Boston. Mr. Tsarnaev's lawyers have attempted to change the location of the trial three times, reported the Associated Press. Why will the trial be held in Boston, the very city where the events under trial ...
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