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22, Aug 2014 - Gautier woman sentenced to prison for third DUI conviction
A Gautier woman will serve more than five years in prison after a Harrison County jury found her guilty of felony driving under the influence third offense on Wednesday. District Attorney Joel Smith said a state toxicologist confirmed Marlene Zernee McCoy, 37, had nine different prescription drugs, along with marijuana and alcohol, in her system when she was arrested for DUI on October 3, 2012.
22, Aug 2014 - Utah eyeing prison reforms
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Utah leaders are eyeing reforms to the state's prison system, where the number of inmates is growing even as national prisoner numbers shrink.
22, Aug 2014 - Abortion Rights Are Like Gun Rights: Judge
A federal judge said "the right to decide to have an abortion and the right to have and use firearms for self-defense" have a great deal in common.
22, Aug 2014 - Seasoned criminal and younger accomplice go on alleged spree of violence in Athens
Stevie Trountay Allen had a couple minor scrapes with the law in Athens two years ago when he was 19. Convictions on misdemeanor criminal trespass and obstruction charges in separate 2012 cases earned him a total of 29 days in jail.
22, Aug 2014 - War Machine To Be Extradited, Prison Blog Reveals Psyche Behind Christy Mack Beating
War Machine, the MMA moniker of a man named Jon Koppenhaver, is currently incarcerated and facing many years of prison time for the recent brutal beating of former girlfriend and porn star, Christy Mack. Yahoo Sports reports that War Machine was arrested last Friday in California for being a fugitive from justice, following the beating
22, Aug 2014 - Wisconsin drug courts grow, but racial disparities persist
Drug courts are an effective way to cut prison costs and to reduce recidivism by treating addictions that fuel criminal behavior.
22, Aug 2014 - Arkansas judge who disclosed details about adoption involving Charlize Theron to be removed
An Arkansas judge who disclosed confidential details about an adoption involving actress Charlize Theron has agreed to a lifetime ban from the state bench. If the state Supreme Court approves the settlement, Faulkner County Circuit Judge Mike Maggio will be suspended with pay for the remainder of 2014 and then leave office. The move stems from a series of actions by Maggio, who also was accused ...
22, Aug 2014 - NY Farm Fined $13,000 for Declining Lesbian ‘Wedding,’ Ordered to Prove Staff Training
ALBANY, NY – A New York farm has been fined $13,000 by the state Division of Human Rights for declining to host a same-sex ‘wedding’ on their property two years ago, and has been ordered to train their employees to accommodate homosexual ceremonies despite their Christian beliefs. Administrative Law Judge Migdalia Peres fined Liberty Ridge […]
22, Aug 2014 - U.S. judge upholds Maryland ban on assault weapons
A federal judge on Tuesday upheld Maryland's gun control law, which includes a ban on assault rifles and a limit on magazine size, according to court documents. The Firearm Safety Act of 2013 is one of the strictest legislative packages for gun control. The law was a response to the December 2012 massacre of 26 people at an elementary school in Newtown, Connecticut, by a gunman with an assault ...
22, Aug 2014 - Salinas mom sent to 90-day evaluation for child molest charges
SALINAS >> A 50-year-old mother who initiated and continued a sexual relationship with her teenage daughter's friend may face nearly six years in prison following an evaluation, according to the Monterey County District Attorney's office.
22, Aug 2014 - GEO prison inmate death under investigation
Lawton Police are investigating the death of an inmate at the GEO Prison Saturday afternoon. 
22, Aug 2014 - Fresno attorney says client may be an idiot, but he's no murderer
The defense attorney for the young man accused of murdering a California high school football player says his client may be an idiot, but he's not a murderer.
22, Aug 2014 - How John Wiley Price’s indictment compares to past Dallas public corruption trials
After Dallas City Council member Al Lipscomb was indicted by a federal grand jury during my tenure as U.S. attorney, a prominent business and civic leader remarked, “We hate that you indicted Al because we always knew we had his vote.”
22, Aug 2014 - Two drown at Euclid Beach Park; two dead in Cleveland shootings; Cleveland man shot at restaurant:
Also, Youngstown teen killed Sunday in "pre-arranged fight"; Chardon man charged with involuntary manslaughter for selling fatal dose of heroin to father of Chardon shooting victim; Youngstown man arrested for May murder of Campbell man; trial starts for Youngstown man charged with death of 4-month-old daughter in 2013; former Sandusky Transit administrator signs separation agreement with city ...
22, Aug 2014 - S. California man's legal wranglings with city continue
A Southern California resident who has brought multiple legal challenges to the city has filed another document with the California Supreme Court that could potentially lead to an appeal of a previous court ruling.
22, Aug 2014 - Judges strikes down DC ban on handguns outside homes, latest ruling in fight over gun laws
A federal judge struck down the District of Columbia's ban on carrying guns outside of a person's home, concluding it violates Second Amendment rights.
22, Aug 2014 - Final arguments begin in Oscar Pistorius trial
The chief prosecutor in Oscar Pistorius' murder trial said Thursday the double-amputee athlete's lawyers have floated more than one theory in a dishonest attempt to defend against a murder charge for his killing of...
22, Aug 2014 - No new trial for Neodesha in long-running feud with BP
The Kansas Court of Appeals has refused to order a new trial in a class-action suit in which the City of Neodesha and property owners claimed BP of North America needed to do more to clean up industrial pollution from a refinery it closed in 1970.
22, Aug 2014 - US plans widespread seismic testing of sea floor
(AP)—The U.S. government is planning to use sound blasting to conduct research on the ocean floor along most of the East Coast, using technology similar to that which led to a court battle by environmentalists in New Jersey.
22, Aug 2014 - Arkansas man gets life in prison for 2013 killing
TEXARKANA, Ark. (AP) - An Arkansas jury sentenced a man to life in prison for a murder that was done in retaliation for missing crack cocaine. The Texarkana Gazette reports ( ) a Miller County jury returned the verdict for 26-year-old Serandon Ramon Starling on Wednesday afternoon.
22, Aug 2014 - Convict behind bars after mistakenly being released early
A Colorado convict was sent back to prison after being mistakenly released 90 years early.
22, Aug 2014 - Gambling charges against Lebanon Legion post dismissed
Grafton County Attorney Lara Saffo has dismissed two felony counts of illegal gambling against an American Legion post in Lebanon.
22, Aug 2014 - Newton County sheriff turns himself in after arrest warrant issued.
Newton County Sheriff Eddie Shannon turned himself in at the Tyler County Sheriff's Office Friday morning after a warrant for his arrest was issued Thursday.
22, Aug 2014 - Utah eying prison reforms
SALT LAKE CITY — Utah leaders are eying reforms to the state's prison system, where the number of inmates is growing even as national prisoner numbers shrink.
22, Aug 2014 - Ky. lawmakers considering whether to abolish death penalty
It's been legal in Kentucky since 1976 but the state is under a court stay meaning none of the 33 people on death row can be executed.
22, Aug 2014 - A Sobering Discussion
Cities, courts grapple with citizen complaints about residential group homes and sober-living facilities protected, and encouraged, under state and federal law By Jim Shilander and Andrea Papagianis In recent months, residents of San Juan Capistrano, Dana Point and San Clemente have expressed increasing concern about their neighbors—many of them new. For them, the issue isn’t […]
22, Aug 2014 - Robbers given 14 months for Douglas rampage, but still face other charges
After changing their pleas to guilty in June, the two men now convicted of the Dec. 8 robbery of the Converse County Bank ATM in downtown Douglas have been sentenced.
22, Aug 2014 - Federal judge orders Ohio to postpone scheduled executions
Judge Frost is considering legal challenges to Ohio’s execution methods
22, Aug 2014 - Man gets 37 years for killing informant
PHOENIX (AP) — An Arizona man was sentenced to more than 37 years in prison Friday for the 2001 killing of a police informant who revealed details of a botched plot to steal human growth hormone from a FedEx truck outside a Phoenix pharmacy.
22, Aug 2014 - Can Congress Rein In the Spies?
David Cole On Tuesday, Senator Patrick Leahy introduced the revised USA Freedom Act, a bipartisan bill to rein in the National Security Agency’s collection of telephone and Internet records. Leahy’s bill comes not a moment too soon. Two reports issued on Monday bring into full view the dramatic costs to journalists, lawyers, and US businesses of dragnet surveillance without specific suspicions ...
22, Aug 2014 - Montana Tech Holds Mock Date Rape Trial
As part of Montana Tech University's commitment to safety incoming freshmen attended a mandatory mock date rape trial to heighten awareness surrounding issues of sexual assault.
22, Aug 2014 - Trademark Attorney Miriam Claire Beezy Joins BakerHostetler
Leading trademark practitioner Miriam Beezy has joined BakerHostetler as a partner in the firm’s Intellectual Property Group and member of the Trademark and Copyright teams.
22, Aug 2014 - Judge accused of Atlanta hotel assault on wife granted bond
A federal judge from Alabama accused of assaulting his wife at an upscale downtown hotel was granted bond Monday, but he was told to return to Atlanta Aug.
22, Aug 2014 - Perry Claims Prosecution Violates His Free Speech Rights
Texas Governor Rick Perry’s lawyers said they’ll file documents in court seeking to stop his prosecution because it infringes his free-speech rights.
22, Aug 2014 - Olshan Attorneys Selected to The Best Lawyers in America© 2015
NEW YORK, Aug. 21, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Olshan Frome Wolosky LLP is pleased to announce that partners Eric L. Goldberg, Samuel P. Ross and Steve Wolosky have again been selected by their peers for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America© 2015.  Mr. Goldberg and Mr. Ross are partners in Olshan's Real Estate Law Practice and Mr. Wolosky is a partner in the firm's Equity Investment & Activist ...
22, Aug 2014 - Violent Fugitive Task Force arrests 2 near Waynesburg
Federal agents arrest two wanted men in Sandy Township on Wednesday. One is 68 years old and the other is “dangerous,” according to state prison records.
22, Aug 2014 - Rarity in Huntington: a hot city attorney race
The usual drama-free contest has a different tone this year as incumbent McGrath faces a determined challenger.
22, Aug 2014 - U.S. Supreme Court blocks same-sex unions in Virginia
RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — Same-sex couples will have to forget their plans to marry in Virginia — at least for now — after the U.S. Supreme Court agreed Wednesday to delay an appeals court ruling striking down the state's gay marriage ban.
22, Aug 2014 - Man sentenced to 15 years in prison in alcohol-fueled killing of girlfriend
A man who fatally shot his girlfriend on New Year’s Eve in 2011 was sentenced Thursday to 15 years in state prison, according to the Los Angeles County district attorney’s office. A jury on July 2 found David Brian Abbott, a 35-year-old white man, guilty of involuntary manslaughter in the killing, according to prosecutors. A neighbor heard Abbott arguing with his girlfriend, Samantha Sproson ...
22, Aug 2014 - Caldwell man sentenced for illegal firearm
BOISE — A Caldwell man was sentenced Tuesday to nearly five years in prison for unlawfully possessing a firearm.
22, Aug 2014 - Pasquale Rulli sent to prison for probation violation
GOSHEN — Pasquale Rulli, 28, Middlebury, was sent back to prison for 18 months Wednesday for violating his probation. According to Elkhart County Prosecutor Curtis Hill Jr., Rulli admitted to Elkhart County Superior Court 6 Judge David Bonfiglio to d
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