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17, Dec 2014 - Carbon man gets state prison term in drug case
A Carbon County man was sentenced to a state prison term on Tuesday after pleading guilty in the county court to a drug charge. He was one of seven defendants in pending drug-related cases to enter a guilty plea before President Judge Roger N. Nanovic II.
17, Dec 2014 - Court reinstates suit vs. Saban's daughter
A judge in Tuscaloosa was wrong to throw out a lawsuit claiming the daughter of University of Alabama football coach Nick Saban beat up a sorority sister during a fight after a night of drinking, the Alabama Supreme Court ruled Friday.
17, Dec 2014 - Blank Rome Adds Veteran Bankruptcy Attorney in New York
Blank Rome LLP is pleased to announce that Rick Antonoff joined the Firm as a Partner in the Finance, Restructuring, and Bankruptcy group. Mr. Antonoff brings nearly 25 years of bankruptcy law experience to the Firm, with added emphasis on cross-border cases and insolvency issues arising in structured finance, securitization, and derivatives.
17, Dec 2014 - Arizona appeals panel rules no secret testimony in Arias murder case
By David Schwartz PHOENIX (Reuters) - An Arizona appeals court tossed out a ruling on Wednesday by a judge presiding over the sentencing retrial of convicted murderer Jodi Arias to allow a witness to testify out of the public eye. Arias, who faces the death penalty, was found guilty at a sensational trial last year of killing her 30-year-old ex-boyfriend, Travis Alexander, whose body was found ...
17, Dec 2014 - Killer appeals life sentence
The oldest of two brothers sentenced to life in prison in the 2012 murder of a co-worker at a Mexican restaurant has submitted his appeal to the Arkansas Supreme Court.
17, Dec 2014 - AP sources: Cuba releases American Alan Gross after 5 years in prison
WASHINGTON - American Alan Gross was released from a Cuban prison after five years Wednesday, a surprise move that could pave the way for a major shift in U.S. policy toward the communist island nation, senior Obama administration officials said. Gross, 65, was on an American government plane ...
17, Dec 2014 - 'Evil' Richfield man sentenced to prison for gruesome death of his wife
A judge on Tuesday ordered a Richfield man to serve a life prison sentence for murdering his wife, then dismembering and burning her body.
17, Dec 2014 - Women suffer for prisoner boyfriends
COLDWATER — Some call it the Lakeland Lonely Hearts Club – women on the outside willing to commit felonies for prisoners inside the 1,200-inmate prison.
17, Dec 2014 - Prison escapee charged in Lawton murder back in custody
The man suspected of a murder in Lawton, who escaped from prison two nights ago, is back in custody.
17, Dec 2014 - Tooele Valley residents protest prison relocation site
They claim proposed location between Tooele and Grantsville is not suitable and prison won't benefit communities
17, Dec 2014 - 30-year sentence for Ponzi scheme mastermind
A Byron Center man who stolen tens of millions of dollars from unsuspecting investors will spend more time in prison than expected.
17, Dec 2014 - State has mixed feelings on impact of open negotiations
A union boss, likely wearing suspenders with a suit, spits profanity across a smoke-filled room. Across the table sits a corporate attorney, fully capable of lobbing his own insults while his spit-shined shoes grace the table-top.
17, Dec 2014 - Medina man gets 28 years for sharing explicit videos
A 41-year-old Medina man with a child pornography history will spend 28 years in prison for sharing sexual videos of children from a computer in Ashland County. According to court documents, a jury found Daniel S. Cooper guilty last week of 13 counts of pandering sexually oriented material involving a minor, second-degree felonies. He faced Read More... The post Medina man gets 28 years for ...
17, Dec 2014 - Plaque will honor retired judge's time on bench
Retired Circuit Judge Jack Singbush hasn’t presided over cases in almost a year, but his courtroom values will soon live on for decades to come.
17, Dec 2014 - Governor appoints 2 judges to 3rd District Court
Gov. Gary Herbert has appointed William K. Kendall and James D. Gardner as judges to fill vacancies on the 3rd District Court.
17, Dec 2014 - Robert Clifford, Chester resident, former state Supreme Court Justice, dies
CHESTER TWP. - One of New Jersey's longest serving Supreme Court Justices, Robert Clifford, died in his sleep at home in Chester Township on Saturday, Nov. 29. He was 89.
17, Dec 2014 - After Leaving Court for DUI Case, Former Police Officer Arrested Two More Times For Drunken Driving
VERNON — In the hours after a court appearance on a charge of drunken driving, a former Bridgeport police officer was arrested two more times for drunken driving and once for shoplifting.
17, Dec 2014 - Ohio spends $202,502 to jail each juvenile offender
The annual cost to house juvenile offenders in Ohio is $202,502 per youth, the 10th highest out of 46 states surveyed.
17, Dec 2014 - Former Indiana deputy gets 14 months in prison
A central Indiana sheriff's deputy found guilty of using excessive force on two people he arrested has been sentenced to 14 months in federal prison.
17, Dec 2014 - Valencia, Ippolito and Bowman Become the First Criminal Defense Law Firm in Santa Clara to use Bill
In an effort to educate the public about some of the highly experienced criminal defense attorneys available in Santa Clara County, VIB Law has unveiled a new billboard campaign. The billboards, the first ever utilized by a criminal defense firm in the area, compliment the firm's other efforts at educating the public. (PRWeb November 17, 2014) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com ...
17, Dec 2014 - Man walks free after judge dismisses 1975 case
Ricky Jackson, 57, was dismissed from the Cuyahoga County jail and walked out of the adjoining courthouse Friday about an hour after a judge dismissed his case
17, Dec 2014 - Italian court lifts block on Emirates' key Milan-New York route
MILAN, Dec 17 (Reuters) - Italy's top administrative court has given Emirates permission to continue operating direct flights between Milan Malpensa airport and New York, rejecting a request by rival airlines to stop the flights. In a statement on Wednesday, the Council of State said its decision rejected a legal challenge brought against the Gulf airline by Italian carrier association Assaereo ...
17, Dec 2014 - Md. Residents Could See Energy Rate Hikes
A Maryland Public Service Commission judge has approved a settlement that could raise energy rates for Baltimore Gas and Electric customers.
17, Dec 2014 - Palo seeks to amend defamation suit over emails to Texas basketball team
Correction: An earlier version of this article mistakenly dropped a word to say that Story County District Court Judge Steven Oeth ruled that a sexual misconduct finding against Palo was supported by a preponderance of the evidence. Oeth ruled the opposite.
17, Dec 2014 - Jail wait lists not that bad, state says
SEATTLE — Washington state, under scrutiny for holding mentally ill people in jails instead of providing timely competency evaluations and treatment, is fighting efforts to have a federal judge rule quickly in favor of the defendants.
17, Dec 2014 - Federal judge in Pittsburgh declares Obama's immigration action unconstitutional
A federal judge in Pittsburgh ruled Tuesday that President Barack Obama overstepped his authority and violated the Constitution when he issued an executive order last month to delay deportation for millions of people living in the U.S. illegally.
17, Dec 2014 - Part 5: From making law to influencing it
In 14 years in the House of Delegates, a square-jawed, red-headed lawyer from Danville named Whitt Clement became one of the General Assembly Democrats who quietly made things happen — filling the key posts at the head of the Appropriations Committee panels that dealt with the big...
17, Dec 2014 - Federal Judge Declares President Obama's Executive Action on Immigration Unconstitutional
President Barack Obama's executive action on immigration is unconstitutional, U.S. District Judge for the Western District of Pennsylvania Arthur Schwab declared in a court opinion.
17, Dec 2014 - Little Hippie owner avoids jail here, forfeits $100,000
COLDWATER — The owner of the Little Hippie head shops in Indiana and Michigan, Christy Jackson, 42, will not serve any more time after for pleading guilty in Branch County to illegal possession of synthetic marijuana — but she will forfeit over $100,000.
17, Dec 2014 - Ohio man gets 30 months for threats against Lee deputies
ABINGDON -- A Crooksville, Ohio man was sentenced Wednesday in U.S. District Court in Abingdon for threatening to shoot Lee County deputies.According to a release from the U.S. Attorney for the Western District of Virginia, 31-year old Jeffrey Allen Hinkle Jr. previously entered a guilty plea to one count of transmitting in interstate commerce a threat to injure another person.At his prior plea ...
17, Dec 2014 - Judge tells UNC, media groups to reach pact
RALEIGH — A state judge directed North Carolina’s flagship public university and a media coalition to try settling a lawsuit demanding the names of nine employees fired, demoted or otherwise disciplined in the academic fraud scandal at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
17, Dec 2014 - Seminole County man sentenced to 20 years for shaking baby to death
SANFORD – A judge on Tuesday sentenced a Seminole County man to 20 years in prison for shaking his 8-week-old son to death.
17, Dec 2014 - Lockheed Settles 401(K) Lawsuit: Business of Law
Lockheed Martin (LMT) Corp. agreed to settle a $1.3 billion lawsuit over claims the defense contractor shortchanged the 120,000 workers and retirees who participate in its pension plans as a trial was set to begin this week.
17, Dec 2014 - Prison Inmates Craft Toys For Tots
For the first time ever Montana State Prison participates in the Toys For Tots program."It's good chance to give something to the kids and help the community out. Kind of makes you feel good, doing something for them," said Montana State Prison inmate Daniel Osse.
17, Dec 2014 - Man jailed for police assault knifes Pinal detention officer
The officer was in the dayroom occupied by several inmates when the inmate, Christopher Durazo, 26, of Las Vegas, attacked him Monday night, sheriff's authorities said.
17, Dec 2014 - Judge: Immigration move unconstitutional
A federal judge in Pennsylvania ruled Tuesday that President Barack Obama's move to halt deportations for millions of undocumented immigrants violates the Constitution -- but it's not clear that the ruling will have any immediate impact.
17, Dec 2014 - AP News in Brief at 7:58 p.m. EST - Quincy Herald-Whig | Illinois & Missouri News, Sports
MONTEVIDEO, Uruguay (AP) - Six prisoners held for 12 years at Guantanamo Bay have arrived as refugees in Uruguay, a South American nation with only a tiny Muslim population, amid a renewed push by President Barack Obama to close the prison.
17, Dec 2014 - With another blow to Alaska gay marriage ban, governor-elect still considering defense
ANCHORAGE — The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals has rejected the Alaska Department of Law’s request that an 11-judge panel review the state’s overturned ban on same-sex marriage, and the man who wil
17, Dec 2014 - Raccuglia: No good reason for Chester’s release
EDITOR'S NOTE: Anthony C. Raccuglia is the former lead prosectuor in the 1961 trial of the convicted murderer Chester Weger. He asked The Times to publish a letter prior to Weger's parole hearing in S
17, Dec 2014 - Brooklyn men accused of trying to smuggle marijuana from El Paso
Three New York men who allegedly were trying to set up a marijuana smuggling ring from El Paso to Brooklyn are scheduled to appear in court next week.
17, Dec 2014 - A prosecutor's crusade against an 'absurd' law
Santa Clara County prosecutor Chris Boscia wants the Legislature to approve longer sentences for manufacturing methamphetamine in a private residence within 1,000 feet of a school.
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