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18, Sep 2014 - Husband won't be forced to pay in grandson's death
A West Bloomfield Township woman is liable for financial damages in the May 2012 death of her teenage grandson, but her husband is not responsible and cannot be sued, an Oakland Circuit Court judge ruled.
18, Sep 2014 - Contempt ruling ups ante in fight to fund public schools
The Washington Supreme Court has held the state Legislature in contempt for failing to obey a court order — specifically a requirement to come up with a detailed plan to provide more funding for public education.
18, Sep 2014 - More judges, fewer cases
Voters upstate will be asked to cast ballots for family court judge candidates this fall, several of whom are able to get into office because the Legislature decided the state needed 25 more such jurists on that particular bench. The lawmakers said it was because of a drastic increase in workload. Prodded by the New York State Bar Association and the state's chief judge, Jonathan Lippman, the ...
18, Sep 2014 - Vocal creditor says Detroit bankruptcy plan flawed
An attorney for bond insurer Syncora Guarantee says Detroit's debt restructuring plan is "flawed" and cannot be approved at the end of the city's bankruptcy trial.
18, Sep 2014 - Creditor rips debt plan in Detroit bankruptcy case
An attorney for Detroit concluded his opening statement Wednesday in the city's bankruptcy trial by saying the debt-restructuring plan focused first on resolving a dire financial situation and does not discriminate...
18, Sep 2014 - Trial delayed for SW Iowa man charged with murder
The trial for a southwest Iowa man charged with murder in the shooting death of woman has been delayed for a fifth time.
18, Sep 2014 - New York Construction Accident Lawyer Adnan Munawar Issues a Statement After Construction is Halted
NEW YORK, Sept. 17, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- According to NBC New York, construction has been stopped at the Atlantic Yards in Brooklyn (Construction Halted on Atlantic Yards Complex, August 29, 2014). Apparently the Swedish construction firm Skanska stopped work at the site, which is near the recently constructed Barclays Center, citing design flaws and tens of millions dollars in extra ...
18, Sep 2014 - Half brothers freed after 3 decades in prison
North Carolina's longest-serving death row inmate and his younger half brother walked out as free men Wednesday.
18, Sep 2014 - Dan E. Chambers Wins Top DUI Attorney Award 2014
OC Metro Magazine names leading Irvine CA attorney Dan E. Chambers as a top DUI attorney for 2014 based on stellar Avvo ratings (PRWeb September 13, 2014) Read the full story at
18, Sep 2014 - Lincoln man gets prison for child pornography
A Lincoln man has been given more than 11 years in prison for distributing child pornography.
18, Sep 2014 - Texas woman executed for starving child to death
A Texas woman was executed Wednesday evening for her role in the torture and starvation death of her girlfriend's 9-year-old son.Lisa Ann Coleman, 38, died at 6:24 p.m. 
18, Sep 2014 - Wesley Franklin's killer pleads guilty, to serve three life prison terms
Brandon Rainer Mackey on Thursday accepted a plea agreement and entered guilty pleas to felony murder and two armed robbery charges in return for three concurrent life prison terms in the June 2012 slaying of off-duty Isle of Hope firefighter William Wesley Franklin
18, Sep 2014 - Council of State Court Judges violated code of conduct, commission says
The Council of State Court Judges of Georgia crossed ethical boundaries when it filed a friend-of-the-court brief in the pending appeals of the civil lawsuits against Sentinel Offender Services.
18, Sep 2014 - Baker, Weidner get new terms on state Superior Court Clerk authority
ATLANTA - Hall County Clerk of Courts Charles Baker has been reappointed to the Georgia Superior Court Clerks Cooperative Authority as has Clarkesville attorney Jim Weidner. The re-appointments were made by Gov. Nathan Deal.
18, Sep 2014 - Nagin reports to federal prison in Texarkana
Former New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin reported to the Texarkana Federal Correction Institution with just 20 minutes to spare before the Noon deadline Monday, where he will serve a 10-year sentence on corruption charges.
18, Sep 2014 - National roundup: Man who shot woman sentenced to 17 years
A roundup of news from across the nation.
18, Sep 2014 - Urgent Care
The state’s supreme court outlawed ‘psychiatric boarding.’ Can state government comply by year’s end?
18, Sep 2014 - Oregon sues Oracle Corp. over state's troubled Cover Oregon health insurance exchange
SALEM, Ore. - The state of Oregon filed a lawsuit Friday against Oracle Corp. and several of its executives over the technology company's role in creating the troubled website for the state's online health ...
18, Sep 2014 - Judge: Pistorius guilty of culpable homicide, or negligent killing, in shooting of girlfriend
PRETORIA, South Africa (AP) - Judge: Pistorius guilty of culpable homicide, or negligent killing, in shooting of girlfriend.
18, Sep 2014 - Man freed from death row: I forgive
Henry McCollum and Leon Brown walked out of prison free men Wednesday after DNA evidence implicated someone else in the rape and murder of a North Carolina child some 30 years ago.
18, Sep 2014 - Newspaper fights subpoena of murder suspect's letters
At issue are letters that James Scarola sent to two reporters this summer. Scarola, 41, of Burlington is charged with trying to kill his wife, Colleen, a year ago. He did not send the letters to people involved in his case, including his public defense lawyer.
18, Sep 2014 - Newport News Sheriff's deputies arrest 55-year-old man on bomb threat charge
A 55-year-old man was arrested last week after he confessed to making a bomb threat at the Newport News courthouses in August, a Sheriff's Office spokeswoman said.
18, Sep 2014 - Osage court date set for theft ring suspect
OSAGE | A trial date has been set for a Claremont, Minn., man for his alleged part in a large theft ring spanning two states.
18, Sep 2014 - Blackwell, Separatism trial of Uighur professor in China enters second day
The separatism trial of a prominent scholar from China's mostly Muslim Uighur minority entered its second day on Thursday, as rights groups renewed their calls for his release.
18, Sep 2014 - Goshen issues another boil water advisory
Goshen has issued a new boil water advisory, until 4:30 pm. The city is performing a water main shutdown and has issued the boil water advisory for South 8th Street between Waverly Avenue and College Avenue. City water within the affected area should not be used for drinking or cooking purposes without boiling first. The water remains safe for bathing, laundry and restroom use.
18, Sep 2014 - Camera technology installed by Warren County prosecutor to be reviewed
The Warren County Bar voted Wednesday to appoint a committee to review camera technology installed by county Prosecutor David Fornshell in courtrooms with a direct feed to his office. A buzz among the bar began last month during a murder trial when defense attorney John Kaspar became aware that conversations with his client at the defense table could be heard in the courtroom. Kaspar then ...
18, Sep 2014 - #Insight* Insider traders in US face longer prison terms, Reuters analysis shows
NEW YORK (Sept 2): U.S. judges are imposing increasingly long prison terms for insider trading, a Reuters analysis shows. The...
18, Sep 2014 - Texas inmate seeks last-minute halt to execution
The U.S. Supreme Court was considering last-minute appeals from a Texas death row inmate scheduled for execution Wednesday, more than two decades after he was convicted in the slayings of his former common-law wife and her...
18, Sep 2014 - Deputies confiscate knives, guns, drugs from courthouses
Knives, guns and pepper spray are just some of the weapons that have made it into Central Florida courtrooms.
18, Sep 2014 - 13 y/o to be charged as an adult in homeless man's killing
The State Attorney's Office will be charging the 13-year-old accused of killing a homeless man in Cape Coral as an adult.
18, Sep 2014 - How the Arkansas Times survived poverty, the Dixie Mafia, the U.S. Supreme Court and Mike Huckabee
An oral history of the first 40 years. What follows is a compilation of quotes from an oral history project initiated by the University of Arkansas at Little Rock and phone interviews. Quotes have been edited for length and clarity. Sept. 5, 1974 First issue. Alan Leveritt (founder, publisher): We printed the first issue with $200 that I got from Jim Bell, who owned Publisher's Bookshop in ...
18, Sep 2014 - Former Ramsey City Council member's theft conviction upheld
The Minnesota Court of Appeals has upheld a lower court's decision that found a former Ramsey City Council member guilty of theft by swindle.
18, Sep 2014 - Prison for man who met girl online
Police/Fire Prison for man who met girl online A California man accused of enticing a West Michigan girl over the Internet and taking her to Missouri has been sentenced to 17 ½ years in federal prison. AP Wire undefined Sep 4, 2014 Joseph Arpin appeared Wednesday in Grand Rapids federal court, three months after pleading guilty to online enticement. Prosecutors say there were multiple sexual ...
18, Sep 2014 - Man exonerated by DNA after 30 years in prison to live in Bolivia
BRUNSWICK COUNTY, NC ( ) -- One of two men released from prison Wednesday after serving 30 years for a child murder they didn't commit will live with his family in Bolivia. Leon Brown, 46, and his brother Henry McCollum, 50, were exonerated by DNA three decades after being sentenced to die for the 1983 rape and murder of 11-year-old Sabrina Buie in Red Springs. Brown's ...
18, Sep 2014 - No charges filed against Border Patrol agent involved in deadly shooting
Border Patrol Agent Daniel Marquez, who shot and killed a suspected drug smuggler during a chase in May, will not face criminal charges, according to the Pima County Attorney's Office.
18, Sep 2014 - Kanawha prosecutor takes issue with new juvenile parole law
By Kate White An assistant Kanawha County prosecutor is challenging the state Attorney General's interpretation of a new law that prohibits life sentences without parole for people convicted of crimes committed when they were juveniles. Fred Giggenbach filed a motion Wednesday asking a circuit judge to clarify the new law using the case of Kelly Chapman. The Attorney General is interpreting the ...
18, Sep 2014 - Jury won't consider deaths in Ga. salmonella trial
ALBANY, Ga. (AP) — A jury weighing criminal charges Thursday against the owner of a Georgia peanut plant blamed for a nationwide salmonella outbreak five years ago will decide the case without hearing one fact — that nine people died after eating the company's tainted peanut butter.
18, Sep 2014 - Colorado judge denies special probe in James Holmes' notebook leak
By Keith Coffman DENVER (Reuters) - A Colorado judge overseeing the murder case against accused theater gunman James Holmes said on Thursday that police may have lied when they denied leaking details of the case to Fox News, but declined to appoint a special prosecutor. Arapahoe County District Court Judge Carlos Samour denied a motion by public defenders seeking independent investigation into ...
18, Sep 2014 - Former gang member's triple murder conviction upheld
A state appeals court in San Francisco has upheld the conviction and three consecutive sentences of life in prison without parole for a former MS-13 gang member in the killing of a father and two sons in the city in 2008.
18, Sep 2014 - Alcatel-Lucent, Occupy Wall Street: Intellectual Property
A federal court in Delaware held Sept. 12 that “Chalumeau filed a frivolous lawsuit with the sole purpose of extorting a settlement fee.” The court said “Chalumeau’s entire litigation strategy was devoted to stringing out the case in the hopes that Alcatel would incur fees while Chalumeau would not.
18, Sep 2014 - Former friend of ex-Hall of Fame coach faces prison
Gregory Crabtree, former friend of College Hall of Fame coach Jim Donnan, faces prison time related to an $80 million Ponzi scheme.
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