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19, Dec 2014 - Dallas Attorney Melanie Okon Named Among Who's Who in Energy for 2014
DALLAS, Nov. 24, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Noted Dallas business litigator Melanie Okon has been named one of the top North Texas energy attorneys in the Dallas Business Journal's 2014 listing of Who's Who in Energy. Ms. Okon, a name partner in Dallas-based Estes Okon Thorne & Carr PLLC, will be featured among the 17 key lawyers who represent companies in the energy industry in the Who's Who in ...
19, Dec 2014 - Michigan joins 20 other states to ask federal appeals court to rule Maryland gun-control law uncons
The state of Michigan filed a friend-of-the-court brief asking for a federal appeals court to overturn a Maryland gun-control law that would ban certain assault weapons and limit the size of magazines.
19, Dec 2014 - Missouri Supreme Court won't hear syllabi case
COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) — The Missouri Supreme Court will not hear a public records lawsuit filed by an education advocacy group that wanted access to professors' copies of course outlines.
19, Dec 2014 - Prosecutors would rather read rap as a threat than as art
In new wave of cases, rap lyrics are the crime.
19, Dec 2014 - No gay marriage licenses in Orange County, should stay be lifted
If the stay on gay marriages is lifted as a federal judge has ordered, Orange County's new Clerk of Courts says she will not issue licenses to same sex couples.
19, Dec 2014 - The view from the US county where death penalty invoked the most, per capita
More than half of US death sentences come from 2 percent of counties. Duval County in Florida tops the list. By and large, residents there are death penalty supporters.
19, Dec 2014 - Plaintiffs in marriage case to urge McDaniel to drop state appeal
Plaintiffs in the lawsuits challenging the Arkansas ban on same-sex marriage say they will deliver petitions to Attorney General Dustin McDaniel tomorrow asking to do do the "right thing" and drop an appeal of a federal judge's ruling invalidating the ban. McDaniel hasn't shown a willingness to do the right thing to date. He leaves office Jan. 1 and has said he'd consult with incoming Republican ...
19, Dec 2014 - District Court 11-1-04 releases reports for September, October
Magisterial District Judge Alexandra Kokura Kravitz recently announced the September 2014 monthly report for District Court 11-1-04. The Court serves Avoca, Dupont, Duryea, Hughestown, Yatesville, Jenkins Township, Pittston Township and Pittston City.
19, Dec 2014 - Expected California Supreme Court nominee a 'mind blower'
Gov. Jerry Brown announced Monday that he would nominate Leondra R. Kruger, a federal government lawyer, to the California Supreme Court.
19, Dec 2014 - NECC pair ask for bail, plead not guilty to 2nd-degree murder charges
Two men facing the most serious charges in connection with the deaths of dozens of people who received tainted NECC steroid shots were in court Thursday.
19, Dec 2014 - Margate, dueling Christie over dune, is set for day in court
It is the beach town that roared. Or at least filed suit. And on Thursday, Gov. Christie's grand plan to build one continuous dune along the entire coast of New Jersey will be challenged in U.S. District Court by the City of Margate, whose voters have stubbornly opposed the dune in two referendums.
19, Dec 2014 - Man sentenced for robbery of Wallingford bank and two others
MERIDEN — A Manchester man was sentenced in a Hartford district court Tuesday to four-and-a-half years in prison, followed by three years of supervised release, for committing armed bank robberies in Wallingford, Cromwell and Southbury. U.S. District Judge Vanessa L. Bryant delivered the sentence.
19, Dec 2014 - Inmate linked to 2006 Phoenix homicide
PHOENIX (AP) -- Bond has been set at $1 million for an Arizona prison inmate who Phoenix police say is linked to a 2006 homicide. Phoenix police say 43-year-old Dujon Louise White was arrested Thursday on one count each of first-degree murder during a crime, armed robbery and aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. White has been serving a 12-year sentence in the state's Eyman prison complex ...
19, Dec 2014 - US Marine accused of Philippine murder appears in court
A US Marine asked a judge in the Philippines Friday to suspend his murder trial as he appeared in court for the first time since his detention over the killing of a transgender woman. Before the trial proceeds, Private First Class Joseph Pemberton wants the justice department to first resolve an application to have the charge against him downgraded from murder to the lesser charge of homicide ...
19, Dec 2014 - Trial date set for woman accused in wreck that killed sisters, unborn baby
A Kirbyville woman indicted on three manslaughter charges in connection with a February accident that killed two Lumberton sisters and an unborn baby will go to trial in April, a Hardin County judge announced on Monday. Officers found the prescription drug Xanax in the Camaro driven by Boyett after the fatal accident, but Hardin County District Attorney David Sheffield said in August there is no ...
19, Dec 2014 - Google Looks to Head off US Antitrust Lawsuit over Android
Google will try to persuade a U.S. judge on Thursday to dismiss an antitrust lawsuit over its Android smartphone operating system, as the Internet search company faces increased regulatory pressure from European authorities. The hearing in San Jose, California, federal court is over the lawsuit filed by two smartphone consumers who say Google Inc requires Android handset manufacturers such as ...
19, Dec 2014 - Fayetteville Lawyer Discusses Civil Rights Ordinance As Public Vote Approaches
FAYETTEVILLE (KFSM) – On a “5NEWS This Morning” segment that aired on November 29th, managing editor Larry Henry talks to Fayetteville lawyer Eva Madison about the Civil Rights Ordinance stirring controversy in the city. A public vote is set for December 9th on whether to keep Ordinance 119, which the City Council approved in August […]
19, Dec 2014 - Former owners of 'casualty' of Northern Pass file appeal
The former owners of the Owl's Nest Resort and Golf Course, who said the prospect of the Northern Pass electrical transmission project coming through their property put them out of business, have appealed to the New Hampshire Supreme Court.
19, Dec 2014 - Man sentenced to 4 years for unlicensed Bitcoin exchange
PEORIA, Ill. – A McLean County man will serve four years in prison for operating an unlicensed Internet Bitcoin exchange.
19, Dec 2014 - Ex-Badger Ikegwuonu charged with robbery
A former University of Wisconsin football player and his twin brother are charged in federal court in a string of November robberies at five businesses.
19, Dec 2014 - Convicted El Paso serial killer loses appeal
The Texas Court of Criminal Appeals has rejected a claim by convicted El Paso serial killer David Leonard Wood that he should not be put to death because he claims he is mentally disabled.
19, Dec 2014 - Utah woman charged in infant's methadone death
A Layton woman is facing criminal charges after her infant died from a methadone overdose. Courtney Nicole Howell, 26, was charged in 2nd District Court in late October with first-degree felony causing a child to be exposed to a controlled substance ...
19, Dec 2014 - Retrial underway in murder of N.C. student Phylicia Barnes
A second trial of the man accused of killing 16-year-old Phylicia Barnes, an honor-roll student from Monroe, N.C., is underway, but prosecutors say they won’t call a jailhouse informant whose… Click to Continue »
19, Dec 2014 - Women’s prison might not have enough beds
Tue, 02 Dec 2014 05:13:00 GMT By LYNNE TUOHY Associated Press New Hampshire prison officials are concerned the new women’s prison in Concord will already be too small on the day it opens. Department of Corrections Commissioner William Wrenn has told lawmakers the 224-bed facility may be packed to capacity when it o...
19, Dec 2014 - Iowa child protective services worker accused of hitting 2 kids
Court records show 38-year-old Virginia Jones faces charges of assault and assault causing bodily injury.
19, Dec 2014 - Hartford Man Wants House Arrest
Defense attorney Brian Marsicovetere objects to a question asked of defense witness Brandy Kavanaugh by state's attorney David Cahill during a bail hearing for Luke Theriault, left, in Windsor Superior Court Wednesday, December 3, 2014. Theriault is awaiting trial for allegedly killing his girlfriend Kayleigh Munyon's son Jamaal Turkvan in July 2013.
19, Dec 2014 - Wisconsin court rules man properly committed for huffing gas
MADISON, Wis. -- A Marathon County judge properly forced a man into treatment for huffing gasoline, a state appeals court ruled Tuesday, rejecting his argument that gasoline doesn't qualify as a drug.
19, Dec 2014 - Drug smuggling surging in California jails
Surprising source of some smuggling may be related to overhaul in state corrections undertaken three years ago
19, Dec 2014 - Markus Kaarma trial: Castle doctrine under fire after Missoula shooting
Less than 24 hours after a German exchange student was shot and killed inside a Missoula garage, a local legislator proposed a bill changing the language of Montana's "castle doctrine," the law justifying the use of lethal force in defense of an occupied structure.
19, Dec 2014 - Dustin McDaniel, going out with a whimper, joins anti-immigrant lawsuit
Attorney General Dustin McDaniel is spending his final days in office catering to the desires of his successor, Leslie Rutledge. The latest is news that he's joined the lawsuit cooked up by T exas Attorney General Greg Abbott to challenge President Obama's decision to delay deportation of people in the country without documentation. Other presidents, including Republicans, have done the same ...
19, Dec 2014 - Kentucky plans to seek death penalty for man accused in I-75 shooting
By the end of 2015, an Illinois man accused of shooting a mother and son could have to fight for his life in both Ohio and Kentucky. Terry Froman, 41, of Illinois, is facing the death penalty if convicted of aggravated murder, two counts of kidnapping and discharging a firearm on prohibited premises, for the Sept. 12 fatal shooting of his ex-girlfriend. His three-weekend trial in Warren County ...
19, Dec 2014 - Column: Road less traveled
The famous poem “The Road Not Taken” by Robert Frost ends with “Two roads diverged in a wood, and I — I took the one less traveled by, And that has made all the difference.” When it comes to criminal court, many offenders could be said to take the path often-traveled, the path from juvenile [...]
19, Dec 2014 - Clark’s Market, landlord settle rent overcharge lawsuit days before trial
A lawsuit that pitted Clark’s Market against one of Aspen’s prominent landlords has been settled, days before a trial over what the grocer alleged to be hundreds of thousands of dollars in overbilling. read more
19, Dec 2014 - Demand Intensifies for Nonprofit Immigration Lawyers
Immigration attorneys have helped mothers and children win asylum and are finding immigrants thought to be here illegally have paths to legal status.
19, Dec 2014 - Newport man sentenced in child porn case
SPOKANE — A Newport man was sentenced to five years in federal prison Wednesday for distribution of child pornographic images. Casey Edward Murdock, 31, was sentenced by U.S. District Court Judge Rosanna Malouf Peterson.
19, Dec 2014 - Deans & Lyons Wins Take-Nothing Verdict in Texas Commercial Loan Dispute
SAN ANTONIO, Dec. 8, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Attorneys Robert A. "Bobby" McNiel and Kathleen Kilanowski of the Dallas-based law firm of Deans & Lyons, LLP have won a take-nothing verdict in Bexar ...
19, Dec 2014 - The Supreme Court, UPS And The Economics Of Pregnancy Discrimination
As an “air driver” for UPS, Peggy Young would head to the airport in the early mornings to pick up packages and letters for delivery. After she became pregnant in 2006, she brought her employer a doctor’s note that imposed a 20-pound lifting restriction during her pregnancy. Young believed she could still do the bulk of her job, perhaps with occasional help from co-workers, or else take a “light ...
19, Dec 2014 - Utah attorneys argue death penalty issues in case of alleged triple killer
West Jordan : A Utah man facing multiple capital murder charges for an alleged fatal, room-to-room shooting spree inside a Midvale home in 2013, can't get a fair trial unless the jury empaneled includes those that both favor and oppose the death pena...
19, Dec 2014 - Greenberg Traurig Houston Office Adds Corporate Attorney with Extensive Middle East Experience
Romi Nayef joins the Houston office of the international law firm Greenberg Traurig LLP as Of Counsel in its Corporate and Securities Practice and its Global Practice. (PRWeb November 19, 2014) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2014/11/prweb12339464.htm
19, Dec 2014 - Doctor Accused Of Illegally Prescribing Painkillers Withdraws Guilty Plea
A California doctor has withdrawn his guilty plea to illegally prescribing painkillers after alleging he was poorly advised by his previous attorney.
19, Dec 2014 - Former Ouachita County judge gets 33-month federal sentence in bribery case
Michael Hesterly of Camden, the former Ouachita County judge, was sentenced today to 33 months in federal prison for taking a bribe (a $4,000 campaign contribution) to rig a contract using federal money for disaster cleanup. In a news release, U.S. Attorney Conner Eldridge recounts that Hesterly and Harry Clemons Jr. of Bearden schemed to have Clemons' business get a disaster-relief contract in ...
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