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Spelling bee kids battle into the night
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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Man Charged With Murder In Filer Pleads Not Guilty
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Second Oregon sex offender at Umatilla prison dies unexpectedly in just nine days
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When we seperated, I was making $10,000 per month. The court granted $2750 monthly spousal support. I am now making less than $6000 per month with expens(...)
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02, Sep 2014 - PhillyDeals: Ex-con starts a business to help future prisoners
Eight-and-a-half years after the judge sent him upstate, Pennsylvania's parole board sent David Downey home from Waymart State Correctional Institution, after stints at Graterford and Camp Hill, to suburban Philadelphia, and his business plan.
02, Sep 2014 - Appeals court: Foes of same-sex marriage can't intervene
Decision lets stand the end of Oregon's 2004 ban. A federal appeals court has dismissed the last pending defenders of Oregon’s ban against marriage by same-sex couples, a ban struck down by a federal judge three months ago. The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled Wednesday that the National ...
02, Sep 2014 - Five Phillips Nizer Attorneys Recognized in the 2015 Edition of The Best Lawyers in America©
Alan Behr, Donald P. Perry, Michael W. Galligan, Elliot J. Wiener and Howard Bindelglass honored as the nation’s Best Lawyers® (PRWeb August 25, 2014) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2014/08/prweb12115533.htm
02, Sep 2014 - Editorial: Court should reconsider costly tax tax ruling
Michigan's Supreme Court doesn't have to say it got it wrong in a business tax case decision that could ultimately cost the state $1 billion.
02, Sep 2014 - High cash bail for Sanbornton man accused of shooting son
Bail was set at $100,000 cash only for a Sanbornton man accused of attempted murder and first-degree assault for shooting his son multiple times in the leg Sunday night.
02, Sep 2014 - Brunswick man who killed family, burned down home is denied parole
A convicted murderer sentenced to life in prison for clubbing his family to death and burning down their Brunswick home in 1977 once again has been denied parole. Michael Swihart, who was 18 in 1977, was convicted the following year of aggravated arson, the aggravated murder of his 9-year-old brother and the murders of his Read More... The post Brunswick man who killed family, burned down home ...
02, Sep 2014 - Louisiana Judge Partially Blocks State's New Restrictive Abortion Law
A Louisiana judge on Sunday partially blocked the state’s restrictive new abortion law, set to take effect on Monday, which would require doctors to have admitting privileges at a hospital within 30 miles.
02, Sep 2014 - Amended Nebraska murder charge filed against teen
GERING, Neb. (AP) — A prosecutor has filed an amended charge against a 16-year-old accused of killing a Scotts Bluff County jailer.
02, Sep 2014 - NJ high court: Bomb threat not mitigated by lack of bomb
A robber who threatens to detonate a bomb can be convicted of a first-degree crime even if no explosives are actually found, the New Jersey Supreme Court ruled Monday.
02, Sep 2014 - Knox County man convicted of raping 7-year-old child
Troy Love, 61, was convicted of two counts of rape of a child and one count of aggravated sexual battery after a two-day trial presided over by Judge Steve Sword. Because of the nature of the crimes, he faces a minimum of 25 years in prison.
02, Sep 2014 - California to Fight Ruling Against Death Penalty
State Attorney General Kamala Harris to appeal
02, Sep 2014 - New Jersey car dealer, DMV employee plead guilty in scam to sell Superstorm Sandy flooded vehicles
The Middlesex County dealer faces up to three years in jail. The worker for the DMV in Monmouth County faces 364 days behind bars.
02, Sep 2014 - Trial near for Shaler man paralyzed in Pittsburgh police shooting
A case that sparked racially charged protests and petitions demanding that authorities drop charges against a Shaler man accused of fleeing police will go to ...
02, Sep 2014 - Mississippi appeals ruling against restrictive abortion law
Mississippi filed an appeal on Wednesday to a federal court decision deeming unconstitutional its 2012 law that would shut down the state's sole abortion clinic and force women seeking the procedure to go out of state. Mississippi Attorney General Jim Hood is seeking a hearing before the full 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals on the law, which required abortion clinics to obtain hospital ...
02, Sep 2014 - Tennessee lawyer Barrett dies, a civil rights champion
By Tim Ghianni NASHVILLE Tenn. (Reuters) - George Barrett, a lawyer who waged a nearly four-decade battle for desegregation of Tennessee's colleges and universities and represented student civil rights activists, has died at 86, a law firm partner said on Wednesday. Barrett, who died on Tuesday night from acute pancreatitis, came to be called "Citizen Barrett" for his advocacy. "People search ...
02, Sep 2014 - Tennessee death row inmates sue to stop electric chair
By Tim Ghianni NASHVILLE Tenn. (Reuters) - Tennessee death row inmates whose execution dates have been set filed suit on Friday against the state to stop it from using the electric chair. "It was filed because the state of Tennessee stands alone as the only jurisdiction in the entire world which now involuntarily subjects inmates to the electric chair," said federal public defender Kelly Henry ...
02, Sep 2014 - State sues over tribal gambling compact
SANTA FE (AP) – Gov. Susana Martinez’s administration has sued the federal government to stop the Interior Department from approving a new g…
02, Sep 2014 - Judge denies restraining order in immigration case
BROWNSVILLE, Texas (AP) — A federal judge in Texas denied Wednesday a conservative activist's request for an emergency stay to stop the government from transporting immigrants who entered the country illegally in South Texas to other states or releasing them on their own recognizance.
02, Sep 2014 - Appeals court: Wilkes Co. murder suspect should get new trial
The North Carolina Court of Appeals ruled Tuesday that a man serving a life sentence in a 2009 murder case in Wilkes County should be granted a new trial.
02, Sep 2014 - Appeals court tosses Black Hawk County drug conviction
A convicted Black Hawk County man who was removed during his trial for disruptive behavior will get another chance to prove his innocence, according to an Iowa Court of Appeals ruling Wednesday. Dontrayius E. Carey, 32, who opted to represent himself, was convicted in 2011 of possession of a controlled substance and sentenced to two years in prison. But the Iowa appeals court overturned the ...
02, Sep 2014 - A.G.’s office seeks stay in federal challenge to same-sex marriage ban
LITTLE ROCK — Attorney General Dustin McDaniel’s office has asked a federal judge to put on hold a challenge to Arkansas’ same-sex marriage ban until the U.S. Supreme Court rules in a similar case in Utah.
02, Sep 2014 - Missouri Judge Likely To Uphold Teacher Proposal
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) - A Missouri judge says he will likely reject a legal challenge to a November ballot measure that would link teacher evaluations to their students' performance.Cole County Circuit Judge Dan Green heard arguments Thursday in a lawsuit seeking to strike the initiative from the ballot. The lawsuit alleges the measure contains multiple subjects and amends more than one part ...
02, Sep 2014 - Eight plead guilty to drug charges
Eight people pleaded guilty to drug-related felonies last week in Warren County Court, six of them headed to state prison in connection with drug sales.
02, Sep 2014 - Long Beach High Principal on administrative leave with pay
WLOX News has learned of a shakeup in the leadership at Long Beach High School. Principal Peter Dabbs has been placed on administrative leave with pay, according to Dabbs' attorney Wayne Woodall.
02, Sep 2014 - Man faces life in prison
A Green River resident is facing the possibility of life in prison after allegedly pulling a gun on three people last week.
02, Sep 2014 - Thomas Taunton Not Present During Murder Trial
BONHAM -- The first full day of testimony is underway for a Fannin county man accused of killing three family members. And today, a new twist in the trial. Fifty three year old Thomas Taunton is accused of shooting to death of
02, Sep 2014 - Trial under way in child sex-abuse case
    A jury trial entered its second day on Tuesday in Blaine County 5th District Court for a Bellevue man accused of two felony sex crimes against a child.
02, Sep 2014 - Charles Capone stands trial in Moscow for Rachael Anderson murder
MOSCOW, Idaho  --  The trial is scheduled to begin Tuesday for a man accused of drugging and killing his estranged wife in 2010. Charles Capone's trial was postponed in June when a judge disqualified himself from trying the case. Sources told KREM 2 News that the judge recused himself after learning a relative was being investigated by a local task force. Capone pleaded not guilty to first ...
02, Sep 2014 - Broward Crime Lab Scandal Could Taint Many Cases
Kadesha Roberts was camped out at a friend's condo in a cookie-cutter, tile-roofed development off McNab Road when the knock came. The short Jamaican woman with spiked hair opened the door to find a UPS man clutching a large package. After identifying herself, she grabbed it. Then all hel...
02, Sep 2014 - People's Bank robbers face sentencing
Two men accused of robbing the People's Bank in May's Lick in July 2013, will be sentenced in federal court in Covington on Tuesday, Sept. 2.
02, Sep 2014 - Bellevue man pleads guilty to meth charge
    An 18-year-old Bellevue man pleaded guilty Tuesday to a federal charge of distribution of methamphetamine, a crime punishable in the U.
02, Sep 2014 - Prosecutors seek at least 17 years in prison for Detroit-area man who killed woman on porch
Prosecutors are seeking a prison sentence of at least 17 years for a Detroit-area man convicted of murder for killing an unarmed woman on his porch.
02, Sep 2014 - Layoffs piling up for Shasta County Courts
The recent round of layoffs announced Friday means 44 jobs have been impacted this year.
02, Sep 2014 - Hancock Co. looking for temporary space after fire
Hancock County officials are searching for temporary office space after a historic courthouse was gutted by a fire.
02, Sep 2014 - Members named to Stow Municipal Court’s Clerk Advisory Council
STOW — Stow Municipal Court Clerk Kevin Coughlin created an informal Clerk’s Advisory Council to help steer improvements in the office. According to Coughlin, represented in the group are the daily end-users of the Clerk’s Office: attorneys, prosecutors, law enforcement and the court’s judges.
02, Sep 2014 - County DAs urge passing of human trafficking bills
SAN DIEGO (CNS) - The district attorneys of San Diego and Riverside counties joined a state senator Monday to urge passage of bills to treat human trafficking crimes committed by gang members with the same severity as other gang offenses, and to streamline prosecution of human trafficking.
02, Sep 2014 - The High Cost of Justice
Alameda County is now charging high fees to look at court documents online — a new cost that legal experts say may be unconstitutional. by Beth Winegarner Ben Rosenfeld is the sort of litigator that many young attorneys start out hoping they'll become: He defends political activists, victims of police misconduct, and injured bicyclists. Many of his clients have little to no money, meaning ...
02, 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.
02, Sep 2014 - Parolee charged in chase 10 days after release
A man released on parole after serving more than six years in state prison is back in custody.
02, Sep 2014 - What’s in Maureen McDonnell’s Louis Vuitton handbag? Status, insecurity and maybe jail time.
The former first lady of Virginia's taste is laid bare as evidence a corruption trial.
02, Sep 2014 - Ohio man gets prison for fatal beating of teen boy - Hometownstations.com-WLIO- Lima, OH News Weath
LEBANON, Ohio (AP) - A southwest Ohio man who pleaded guilty to killing a 16-year-old boy last year has been sentenced to 22 years to life in prison. The Warren County prosecutor says 37-year-old Michael Geldrich of Franklin was sentenced Wednesday on aggravated murder and other charges.
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