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when they go to the dictionary there was one copy only for the pronouncer who already mentioned that the words are small and she can't see very well. I wan(...)
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Lawsuit Filed Against Jody Kriss, Former Bayrock Executive & Founder of East River Partners
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03, Mar 2015 - Judge Opens Jury Selection in Girl's Running Death to Public
Judge changes course, will open jury selection in Alabama girl's running death to public
03, Mar 2015 - Bill to abolish death penalty goes forward
A Senate committee pushed forward legislation to end the state's death penalty. It also shot down legislation that would strengthen legal protections for religious objectors from government action.
03, Mar 2015 - Luke Petitgout checks into rehab — for real this time
The former New York Giant allegedly missed a court date in January because he was "in rehab," however he was spotted out in New Jersey later that day.
03, Mar 2015 - N.J. Judge: Illegal to Call Being Gay a 'Mental Disorder'
Now, in an ongoing lawsuit, a jury will determine whether an 'ex-gay therapy' provider made such a claim. read more
03, Mar 2015 - Two charged in home invasion hate crime and stabbing case
MENOMONIE — Bond has been set for the two white men charged in an attempted home invasion incident believed to be a racially motivated hate crime involving a pair of African-American brothers.
03, Mar 2015 - Groups sue Port of Seattle over Shell drilling fleet
Several environmental groups on Monday sued the Port of Seattle to prevent Royal Dutch Shell PLC from using Seattle's waterfront as a homeport for its Arctic oil drilling fleet. The Port of Seattle in ...
03, Mar 2015 - Retired Salem judge has conducted 5,000 weddings
SALEM, Ore. (AP) - It's been a long time since Richard Barber sentenced a criminal for robbery, assault or murder, but the retired Marion County circuit judge keeps active in one area of a jurist's duty. Barber - by his own count - officiated his 5,000th wedding this month. Over ...
03, Mar 2015 - Judge rules man will be tried in Kansas Jewish site killings
OLATHE, Kan. (AP) — A white supremacist accused of gunning down three people at Jewish sites in Kansas will go on trial for capital murder, a judge ruled Tuesday.
03, Mar 2015 - Child testifies during sentencing hearing for 'Kari's Law' trial
Dunn was indicted by a grand jury for the murder of his wife, Kari Rene Hunt Dunn.
03, Mar 2015 - Chelsea Manning decision points to shift in views on transgender health care
Chelsea Manning, the transgender soldier connected with WikiLeaks, has been approved for hormonal and psychological treatments while in Army prison. It points to a shift toward some states and the federal government considering transition therapy medically necessary.
03, Mar 2015 - Fitch sentence: Life without parole
Brian Fitch was sentenced Wednesday to life in prison for murdering Mendota Heights Police Officer Scott Patrick.
03, Mar 2015 - Jury selection continues in Colorado theater shooting case
CENTENNIAL, Colo. (AP) — Jury selection in the Colorado theater shooting trial is continuing with attorneys asking prospective jurors about their views on the death penalty and mental illness.
03, Mar 2015 - Man receives 12-year prison sentence for Molokai meth ring
A man has been sentenced to more than 12 year in prison for his role in a Molokai crystal meth dealing ring.
03, Mar 2015 - New trial for Central Texas woman convicted of starving baby
A Central Texas woman convicted of starving her 7-week-old child in 2008 and sentenced to 30 years in prison has been given a new trial.
03, Mar 2015 - Biogen Idec, Sobi report positive top-line results from Phase III Kids B-LONG trial of Alprolix
Biogen Idec and Swedish Orphan Biovitrum (Sobi) have reported positive top-line results of the Kids B-LONG Phase III clinical trial of Alprolix [Coagulation Factor IX (Recombinant), Fc Fusion Protein] in children under age 12 with severe hemophilia B.
03, Mar 2015 - Ruling sought on gas leases
Albany The state's highest court is being asked to settle a dispute that could determine the fate of an untold number of land leases signed by drilling companies with landowners in the natural gas-rich Marcellus Shale. Five judges on the state Court of Appeals will decide sometime this year whether dozens of leases expired because drillers never drilled, or whether lease deadlines that trigger ...
03, Mar 2015 - Man Sentenced to Nine Years in Prison for Role in Robbing Drug Dealers
In October 2013, Keith I. Glenn, 31, pleaded guilty to possessing a firearm while participating in armed home invasion robberies of drug dealers.
03, Mar 2015 - Chapel Hill triple shooting suspect could face death penalty
Durham County's district attorney says he plans to seek the death penalty against a man accused of killing three students at a condominium complex near the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
03, Mar 2015 - Utah CEO pushes justice overhaul while waging his own battle with crime
The CEO of a Utah company that has emerged as a key player in a national movement to overhaul the justice system is a repeat offender himself. Sean Hosman's dual roles as advocate for change and repeat visitor at county jails provide a striking case ...
03, Mar 2015 - Federal Appeals Court Declines to Decide Illinois Pension Issue
CHICAGO (AP) - A federal appeals court in Chicago has declined to resolve a contentious issue over whether Illinois' constitution strictly bars the reduction of retiree benefits.
03, Mar 2015 - Gordon van Gilder facing 10 years in prison over 1700s flintlock pistol
Gordon Van Gilder was stopped by a Cumberland County deputy in November 2014 when the gun was discovered.
03, Mar 2015 - Northwest Missouri State's Pitts named MIAA freshman of the year
Northwest Missouri State's success on the court led to a bevy of awards when the MIAA announced its men's basketball postseason honors on Monday.
03, Mar 2015 - Granny Accountant Who Swindled $3.5 Million Tries Shopping Addiction Excuse In Court
A 62-year-old Huntington Beach grandmother hoped to minimize her prison stint despite using her managerial accounting job at a Long Beach trucking and warehouse company to steal nearly $3.5 mil...
03, Mar 2015 - Rhea County woman sentenced to 138 months for making meth at home with 5 children
A Dayton, TN, woman was sentenced to 138 month in prison for manufacturing methamphetamine.
03, Mar 2015 - Alabama Supreme Court Again Halts Gay Marriage
In a 134-page opinion, the court issued an order that goes against what higher courts has decided. The decision once again will pit the state against the federal judiciary.
03, Mar 2015 - In case featuring mobster and a Stradivarius violin, a priest pleads guilty
A prison chaplain announced in court minutes before his trial was to start that he was guilty of trying to help an imprisoned mob hit man recover a hidden Stradivarius.
03, Mar 2015 - Jury selection resumes in Boston bombing case after request for delay
Defense lawyers for accused marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev urged a federal appeals court Thursday to move the case out of Boston, saying local residents are too connected to the case to give their client a fair trial.
03, Mar 2015 - Wallace sentenced to life after guilty verdict in murder case
CHAMBERSBURG >> Three women gave tearful statements Monday afternoon after their cousin Marcus Wallace was convicted of murdering his adoptive mother and their aunt.
03, Mar 2015 - Convicted killer dies in AL prison
A convicted killer who was spared execution because of a 2002 Supreme Court ruling against executing the mentally ill died in prison.
03, Mar 2015 - Appeals court reverses college's, dioceses' faith-based victories over birth control mandat
A federal appeals court has reversed lower-court victories by two western Pennsylvania Catholic dioceses and a private Christian college that challenged birth control coverage mandates as part of federal health care reforms.
03, Mar 2015 - Supreme Court Calendar: 12 Cases to Watch in March
Arizona State Legislature v. Arizona Independent Redistricting Commission (March 2) -- Much has been made lately about gerrymandering, or the practice of redrawing electoral boundaries to favor one party over another.
03, Mar 2015 - ABC's Sawyer does prime-time prison special
NEW YORK (AP) — For her first big assignment after leaving as ABC "World News Tonight" anchor, Diane Sawyer went behind bars.
03, Mar 2015 - Blazers grieve for Jerome Kersey; death linked to blood clot
Terry Porter knew Jerome Kersey was special. There was, of course, the talent on the court, but also something more lasting: the "joy and his smile, the way he embraced life."
03, Mar 2015 - Race discrimination: Was school board's decision caught in the cat's paw?
(2/19) A recent case decided by the U.S. 5th Circuit Court of Appeals in New Orleans—which covers Louisiana, Mississippi, and Texas—is a reminder that an employee doesn't always have to show the decision maker intentionally discriminated against him when making an adverse employment decision. Instead, employees have another argument—the so-called cat's-paw theory.
03, Mar 2015 - Former Trail Blazers player Jerome Kersey dies at 52
Lawyers for Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev have asked a judge three times to move his trial out of Massachusetts because of the emotional impact of the deadly attack. Three times, the judge has...
03, Mar 2015 - MDOC looking for new correctional officers
Central Mississippi Correctional Facility Superintendent Ron King says he's looking for employees who are motivated, have common sense and good interpersonal skills. If you think you have what it takes you're encouraged to interview at one of the three state prison facilities Saturday, February 7. 
03, Mar 2015 - Former Virginia governor says convictions were flawed
In filing a notice of appeal in federal court, Bob McDonnell said the basis by which he was accused would subject many more to criminal charges
03, Mar 2015 - DATATRAK Challenges the Industry at Outsourcing in Clinical Trials Southeast
"Some clinical research organizations accept solutions that limit their productivity. For DATATRAK, that's a tough one to understand. Why do we have to wait for reports across studies?  Why aren't we looking for solutions to help us improve safety, data quality, and efficiency?  The truth is no one should accept solutions that don't improve the research process.  After all, if it isn't making ...
03, Mar 2015 - Expert: A Potential Supreme Court Decision Against Federal Insurance Subsidies Could Seriously Gut
If the Supreme Court rules for the plaintiffs in a case coming before the court Wednesday about the federal insurance subsidy under the Affordable Care Act, millions would be immediately cut off from support to pay for health insurance premiums, an entire health insurance market would be destabilized, and uninsured patients would flood the nation’s health care system, a Georgia State University ...
03, Mar 2015 - Court accepts applications for bench vacancy
The Indiana Judicial Nominating Commission is accepting applications for a soon-to-be open seat on the Indiana Court of Appeals.
03, Mar 2015 - Judge considers bail for Angola inmate in slaying of officer
A federal judge will decide whether Albert Woodfox should be released on bail while awaiting a third trial in the 1972 stabbing death of a Louisiana State Penitentiary guard.
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