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01, Nov 2014 - Colorado Man Pleads Guilty To Oil Patch Murder
A Colorado man pleaded guilty Wednesday to the murder of a Montana teacher in an oil boom town where residents say their lives were forever altered by the crime.
01, Nov 2014 - Arizona and Wyoming gay marriage bans struck down
Same-sex couples in Arizona, Wyoming and Alaska will all be free to obtain marriage licenses by next week after federal judges struck down bans in two of those states Friday and the U.S. Supreme Court denied a request for a further stay in Alaska.
01, Nov 2014 - AL House Speaker Hubbard participates in forum hours after arrest
One of Alabama's most powerful lawmakers is out of jail after being arrested for nearly two dozen charges.
01, Nov 2014 - SE Texan leads fight against voter ID law
A Korean War veteran who lives in Jefferson County is one of the lead plaintiffs in the federal lawsuit that overturned the Texas law that requires a government-issued photo identification for voters, possibly affecting more than 600,000 poor and minority voters in the state in the Nov. 4 general election. Lead plaintiff's attorney Chad Dunn of Houston, who defended the former trustees of the ...
01, Nov 2014 - Felony charges from drug raid filed: Mother, stepfather accused of selling meth weeks after 8-year-
BULLHEAD CITY — Felony complaints were filed Friday in Bullhead City Municipal Court against Ralph Folster and Tania Grogan, both of whom were arrested Wednesday and are in custody in the Mohave County Jail in Kingman.
01, Nov 2014 - Corbett signs legislation for crime victims
By: WJAC Web Staff HARRISBURG, Pa. -- Near the site where Philadelphia police officer Daniel Faulkner was murdered Dec. 9, 1981, Gov. Tom Corbett Tuesday signed Senate Bill 508, the Re-Victimization Relief Act. Corbett was joined by State Rep. ...
01, Nov 2014 - Court in Va. examines death row isolation policy
RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — Virginia's practice of automatically holding death row inmates in solitary confinement will be reviewed by a federal appeals court in a case that experts say could have repercussions beyond the state's borders.
01, Nov 2014 - Rep warns judge of impeachment
Alabama Democrat Terri Sewell says she'll start impeachment proceedings if he doesn't resign.
01, Nov 2014 - Lawsuit: Inmate attacked while officers slept
SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) – A New Mexico inmate was attacked by 10 other prisoners while two on-duty state Corrections Department officers slept, …
01, Nov 2014 - Vermont's highest court has new Justice
Vermont's highest court has a new Justice. Justice Harold Eaton Junior was sworn in Monday afternoon in front of friends, family and political leaders from across the state.
01, Nov 2014 - Bankruptcy ruling not as bad as it looks
Federal judge’s decision in Stockton bankruptcy case seems to warrant more negativism.
01, Nov 2014 - Former NC mayor to be sentenced in corruption case
The former mayor of Charlotte will be sentenced Tuesday in a federal corruption case that stunned North Carolina's largest city.
01, Nov 2014 - New Mexico court to hear death sentence appeals
SANTA FE — New Mexico’s only inmates facing possible execution want the state’s highest court to declare their death sentences... more »
01, Nov 2014 - Editor-lawyer poised for a judgeship in Concord
By Colleen Quinn STATE HOUSE NEWS SERVICE BOSTON -- Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly Managing Editor David Frank is a lot more than a good writer; he is an excellent trial attorney, his colleagues told the Governor's Council during his
01, Nov 2014 - Minnesota man convicted of going online and assisting suicide gets jail time, says he's sorry
A former nurse in Minnesota who admitted going online and encouraging two people to kill themselves is headed to jail.
01, Nov 2014 - Judge, lawyer vie for 2nd Judicial District Court post
Appointee wants to continue work, while rival hopes to 'give back'
01, Nov 2014 - Virginia judge rules police can unlock smartphones with fingerprints
A defendant can be compelled to unlock their smartphone for the police using fingerprints, a Virginia Circuit Court judge has ruled. Judge Steven C. Frucci declared that while a passcode for a smartphone cannot be demanded from a defendant, they can be forced to unlock the device using its built-in fingerprint reader instead, with the ruling calling into question the fingerprint security systems ...
01, Nov 2014 - Salisbury Fire Department Inc. Treasurer Enters Alford Plea
WICOMICO CO., Md. - The former Salisbury Fire Department Inc. treasurer entered an Alford Plea in court yesterday.
01, Nov 2014 - All of state’s prisons are in lockdown
SANTA FE – In an unannounced move, New Mexico Corrections Department Secretary Gregg Marcant ...
01, Nov 2014 - ADC out of funds to reimburse county jails for state inmates
The Arkansas Department of Correction is running out of reimbursement money to pay county jails to house state inmates. There are currently 2400 state inmates backed up in the county jails.
01, Nov 2014 - ETX man sentenced to life in prison for sexual assault of child
A Rusk County man was sentenced to life in prison Wednesday for the aggravated sexual assault of a child. Promote to Mobile 0 read more
01, Nov 2014 - Former Indiana State Trooper David Camm Files Lawsuit
He spent 13 years in prison only to be acquitted, but former Indiana State Trooper David Camm has filed a lawsuit against the people who sought to keep him there.
01, Nov 2014 - New Mexico court hears death sentence appeals
SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) - New Mexico's only inmates facing possible execution asked the state's highest court on Monday to declare their death sentences unconstitutional because capital punishment was abolished after their convictions.
01, Nov 2014 - 130-year-old courthouse finally gets a name
A 130-year-old courthouse in Vermont finally has a name.
01, Nov 2014 - Judge delays Swallow, Shurtleff hearing until December
A judge has rescheduled a hearing in the criminal case against former Utah Attorneys General John Swallow and Mark Shurtleff.
01, Nov 2014 - U.S. man guilty of attempting to assist Canadian's suicide headed to jail
FARIBAULT, Minn. - A former nurse in Minnesota who admitted to going online years ago and preying upon suicidal people — encouraging two to take their lives — must serve nearly six months in jail as part of a sentence handed down Wednesday.
01, Nov 2014 - US man guilty of attempting to assist Canadian's suicide to be sentenced
FARIBAULT, Minn. -- A former Minnesota nurse who admitted going online and encouraging an English man and a Canadian woman to kill themselves is headed to jail. William Melchert-Dinkel was ordered Wednesday to serve 178 days in jail. He was sentenced to three years in prison, but he won't have to serve the prison term if he complies with conditions of probation that include the jail time. The 52 ...
01, Nov 2014 - California college approves agreement with prison
Faculty from Northern California's Solano Community College will begin teaching inmates at a nearby prison under a deal unanimously approved by the school's governing board.
01, Nov 2014 - Justices balk at last-minute voting changes
The Supreme Court has allowed Texas to use its strict voter ID law in the November election even after a federal judge said the law was the equivalent of a poll tax and threatened to deprive many
01, Nov 2014 - No waiting to vote early 10-21-14
Election Judge Mary Helen Cross and Election Coordinator Richard Castillo stand amid seven available voting machines in the Hale County Courthouse basement that were all idle at the same time late Mon
01, Nov 2014 - Gay marriage: Alaska, Arizona couples win fight
ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) — Gay couples won the right to wed in Alaska and Arizona on Friday, after separate court decisions ended bans in those states.
01, Nov 2014 - Diversion Center slated to shutter
The White Post Men's Diversion Center is among three state Department of Corrections facilities to be closed under executive branch cost cutting plans announced by Gov. Terry McAuliffe.
01, Nov 2014 - Virginia police can now force you to unlock your smartphone with your fingerprint
A Virginia circuit court judge ruled this week that smartphone users can be compelled...
01, Nov 2014 - Administrator blamed for miscalculated sentences
LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) — A state administrator who oversaw the calculation of all Nebraska prison sentences never learned how the process worked and couldn't answer his own employees' questions, according
01, Nov 2014 - Suspect serial killer in court
Darren Deon Vann is expected at a court hearing Wednesday morning, the first since he was accused of a string of killings in Indiana.
01, Nov 2014 - Judge sets new trial date for James Holmes in Colorado theatre shootings
A Colorado judge has postponed the death penalty trial for movie theatre shooter James Holmes for a fifth time.
01, Nov 2014 - Republicans To Seek Injunction Against Democrats, Malloy Over Mailing They Call Illegal
State Republicans will seek a court injunction against the Connecticut Democratic Party for using money raised for federal congressional campaigns to pay for a mass mailing it has sent out to promote Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's re-election - and will announce it Friday on the steps of the...
01, Nov 2014 - ID not needed to vote in Nov. 4 election
The U.S. Supreme Court has temporarily blocked the Wisconsin voter ID law. Wisconsin voters will not need to show IDs to vote on Nov. 4, reports Milwaukee Neighborhood New Service's Andrea Waxman.
01, Nov 2014 - ISU, IWU Unite To Support D3 Athlete
NORMAL - There's a friendly rivalry off the court between Illinois Wesleyan and Illinois State universities...
01, Nov 2014 - Judge Sentences Aurora Woman To 25 Years In Kidnapping
A federal judge sentenced a Colorado woman Monday to 25 years in prison for kidnapping her newborn nephew from a Wisconsin home.
01, Nov 2014 - Defendant to enter VA treatment after release from prison
Parties expect a veteran charged in a series of drug- and alcohol-related cases to be released in the next week so that he can receive comprehensive treatment at a West Virginia Veterans Affairs facility.
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