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Lawsuit Filed Against Jody Kriss, Former Bayrock Executive & Founder of East River Partners
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Second Oregon sex offender at Umatilla prison dies unexpectedly in just nine days
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01, Apr 2015 - Attorney General looks to safeguard at-risk youth with new justice bureau
Attorney General Kamala D. Harris on Thursday announced the creation of the Bureau of Children’s Justice to safeguard at-risk youth in the Southland and elsewhere. Staffed with both civil rights and criminal prosecutors, the initiative will focus on several areas, including the state’s “broken” foster care, adoption and juvenile justice systems, Harris said. “We simply […]
01, Apr 2015 - Jury chosen for Pearcy man's murder trial
A jury was seated Friday in Garland County Circuit Court for the capital murder trial of a Pearcy man accused in the 2011 shooting death of a Hot Springs woman.
01, Apr 2015 - Jesse Jackson Jr. leaves prison for halfway house: 'He'll do well'
Former U.S. Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr. left an Alabama prison early Thursday after serving a year and a half for illegally spending $750,000 in campaign funds on furs, vacations and other luxury items.
01, Apr 2015 - Officials accused of violations
Otero County residents William and Susan Wheatley have filed a complaint letter with the state auditor and attorney general alleging that Land Commissioner Aubrey Dunn, along with his son attorney Blair Dunn, participated in securing a professional services contract with County Commissioner Ronny
01, Apr 2015 - 'MY SON MIGHT BE HERE' Guards allowed to carry pepper spray after tragedy
After a series of attacks on guards, U.S. prisons are now letting many corrections officers carry pepper spray to defend themselves. But the program remains controversial, and some on Capitol Hill are pushing to make it permanent.
01, Apr 2015 - Judge to consider new prosecutor for Bernie Tiede case
CARTHAGE, Texas (AP) — A judge is considering whether to allow a Texas district attorney to recuse himself from the retrial of the man whose murder conviction inspired the dark comedy "Bernie."
01, Apr 2015 - Candidate backtracks on gay comment
Ben Carson says homosexuality is a choice because many people "go into prison straight -- and when they come out, they're gay."
01, Apr 2015 - Volusia County man faces life in prison for armed robbery
A Central Florida man faces a life sentence after a jury found him guilty of breaking into a home and terrorizing a couple at gunpoint.
01, Apr 2015 - Accused of impropriety, Hillsborough's chief judge backs away from a case
Amid accusations of impropriety, he wants the case reassigned to another circuit. 1 inch 1 inch of body type 1 inch 1 inch of body type 1 inch 11 inch 1 inch of body type 1 inch 1 inch of
01, Apr 2015 - GovBeat: Two states join Colorado as it defends its marijuana law against suit
The three states are asking the Supreme Court to ignore a lawsuit from Nebraska and Oklahoma over Colorado's law.
01, Apr 2015 - Judge to review video of homicide suspect's interrogation
LE MARS, Iowa | A judge will review a video copy and transcript of a homicide suspect's interview with investigators to determine if his rights were violated.
01, Apr 2015 - Arkansas Pastor’s Children Seized By Authorities Allowed to Return Home on Trial Basis
HOT SPRINGS, Ark. — Seven children in Arkansas who were seized by the Garland County Sheriff’s Department in January have been allowed to return home on a trial basis, leading up to a hearing to determine whether the parents will be granted full custody. As previously reported, the homeschooled children of Hal Stanley, who pastors a home […]
01, Apr 2015 - Bergdhal charges stoke fresh criticism of prisoner swap
The tough military charges against Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl have revived the questions and controversy surrounding President Barack Obama's decision to swap five Taliban detainees to secure his release, as well as the...
01, Apr 2015 - California court rules San Diego sex offender law unconstitutional
By Dan Whitcomb LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - The California Supreme Court ruled on Monday that San Diego County's "blanket" enforcement of the state's sex offender residency laws was unconstitutional, a decision that could open the door to wider challenges of the statute. California's top court issued the ruling in a legal challenge to "Jessica's Law" by four registered sex offenders from San Diego ...
01, Apr 2015 - Philadelphia housekeeper sentenced for exploitation of a vulnerable person
A Philadelphia housekeeper is going to prison after pleading guilty to one count of exploitation of a vulnerable person. Authorities said 39-year-old Rosemary Stribling also known as Rosemary Carter, appeared before Judge Marcus Gordon in Neshoba County Circuit Court Monday to be sentenced.
01, Apr 2015 - Los Angeles police officer charged with smuggling man into U.S. from Mexico
By Marty Graham SAN DIEGO (Reuters) - A 10-year Los Angeles police department veteran who was arrested at the U.S. border in San Diego with a Mexican man lacking immigration documentation was arraigned on smuggling charges in federal court on Monday. Los Angeles Police Department officer Carlos Curiel Quezada Jr., 34, and Angelica Godinez, 31, pleaded not guilty to one count each of smuggling in ...
01, Apr 2015 - Gamblers in Atlantic City's unshuffled cards case ask judge to let them keep $1.5M in winnings
ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. - Gamblers who have been ordered to return $1.5 million they won at an Atlantic City casino that unknowingly used unshuffled cards asked a judge on Friday to let them keep the money....
01, Apr 2015 - Leading Civil Procedure Professors Urge High Court to Grant Review in Case Implicating Workers’ A
Petition Filed By Attorneys at Nichols Kaster, PLLP Asks U.S. Supreme Court To Clarify Pleading Standard For Overtime Claims (PRWeb March 20, 2015) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2015/03/prweb12599981.htm
01, Apr 2015 - Judge sentences Iowa woman to 18 months in fake birth case
A Maquoketa woman has been sentenced to 18 months in prison after pleading guilty to fraud for duping a man out of nearly $100,000 in child support payments for a child who didn't exist.
01, Apr 2015 - Missouri executes man for 1996 killing of sheriff's deputy; attorneys say inmate had dementia
Missouri's oldest death row inmate was executed Tuesday for the shooting death of a sheriff's deputy, after the U.S. Supreme Court and the state's governor declined to spare the 74-year-old who attorneys said had a diminished mental capacity because of a brain injury. Cecil Clayton was put to death by lethal injection after Gov. Jay Nixon denied a clemency request and the nation's high court ...
01, Apr 2015 - Former Death Row Inmate to Speak in Fayetteville
FAYETTEVILLE, AR -- A former Alabama death row inmate is sharing his story about life after prison and his support for Senate Bill 298, which would have done away with the death penalty in Arkansas. After six years on death row, Gary Drinkard was exonerated. On Tuesday, March 31, he will be speaking at the University of Arkansas School of Law room 342 at 12:00 p.m., and at the Fayetteville ...
01, Apr 2015 - Sex with jail inmate in supply closet earns woman 4 years in prison
A judge has sentenced a former Oregon jail worker to four years in prison for having sex with an inmate in a supply closet.
01, Apr 2015 - DNA testing clears woman after 35 years in Nevada prison
DNA testing cleared Cathy Woods, a Nevada woman, who spent 35 years in prison for a 1976 murder she did not commit.
01, Apr 2015 - Thibodaux Police officer pleads guilty to reckless driving
A Thibodaux Police officer originally charged with driving under the influence pleaded guilty today to reckless driving, the Florida State Attorney's Office said.
01, Apr 2015 - Man sues El Paso County jail after losing all toes, foot to gangrene
A former El Paso County jail inmate sued the county in Denver federal court, claiming deputies disregarded the condition of his festering feet until all of his toes and part of his left foot had to be amputated.
01, Apr 2015 - Defense motions heard Tuesday in upcoming negligent homicide trial stemming from 2012 Nashua crash
NASHUA – Lawyers for James Bazinet, the Massachusetts driver charged with negligent homicide following a 2012 crash that killed his passenger, told a Superior Court judge Tuesday that the state’s intent to detail Bazinet’s behavior an hour or two before the crash would be “highly prejudicial” and could very well “change the entire nature of the case.” Public defenders Stephen Rosecan and Michael ...
01, Apr 2015 - Gamblers in unshuffled cards case beg: Let us keep the money
Gamblers who have been ordered to return $1.5 million they won at an Atlantic City casino that unknowingly used unshuffled cards are asking a judge to let them keep the money.
01, Apr 2015 - Suge Knight Taken by Ambulance From Court for Second Time
Former rap mogul Marion "Suge" Knight was taken by ambulance Thursday (Feb. 19) from a Los Angeles courthouse for an undisclosed medical issue. It...
01, Apr 2015 - UPDATE: Both Mack Alford prison escapees captured in Kansas
STRINGTOWN, OK -- Both of the men who escaped late Sunday from the Mack Alford Correctional Center have now been captured.
01, Apr 2015 - Court revives lawsuit from ex-detective who exposed beating
A federal appeals court has revived the lawsuit filed by a former Kansas City, Kansas, police detective who contends he was punished for refusing to cover up a motorist's beating by federal agents.
01, Apr 2015 - PRISON PROTECTION Guards allowed to carry pepper spray after ambush
WASHINGTON – It was an eight-minute assault -- and would take another 30 minutes before prison officials at the U.S. Penitentiary at Canaan, Pa., would find Eric Williams’ battered body. The 34-year-old corrections officer, in an ambush, had been stabbed 129 times.
01, Apr 2015 - Mississippi court upholds DeSoto death sentence
The Mississippi Supreme Court has affirmed the DeSoto County death sentence given to Sherwood Brown for the 1993 murders of an 82-year-old woman, the woman’s daughter and the daughter’s daughter.
01, Apr 2015 - Can Tom Wolf really kill the death penalty?
Three decades ago, two teenagers—Terrance Williams, a former star quarterback at Germantown High School, and his friend Marc Draper—committed a seemingly unthinkable murder. The pair lured 56-year-old Amos Norwood to Ivy Hill Cemetery in East Mt. Airy. There, they stripped him, used his... [This is a summary. To read the full article on PhiladelphiaWeekly.com, click the headline above.]
01, Apr 2015 - Shelby County Schools Mulls Joining Lawsuit Against State
Shelby County Schools administrators said showdown between the school district and the state could end up in court. Seven other Tennessee school districts are already suing the state and Shelby County might join them.
01, Apr 2015 - Appellate court overturns Arapahoe County felony conviction in DUI case
George Brauchler, the 18th Judicial District attorney, expressed disappointment at a Colorado Court of Appeals decision Thursday to overturn felony convictions involving a repeated Arapahoe County drunken driver.
01, Apr 2015 - Lincoln Revives Continental to Reverse Decades of Decline
Lincoln will present a new Continental sedan at the New York International Auto Show this week as another new direction for a brand that’s been seeking redemption for decades. The big, broad-shouldered Continental is trimmed in large slabs of shiny chrome and has a silhouette that sweeps back to sleek LED taillamps. Chief Executive Officer Mark Fields is investing $2.5 billion on four new ...
01, Apr 2015 - Conservative professors winning legal battles but losing campus culture war
Teresa Wagner recently notched a victory at the U.S. Supreme Court, but she can be forgiven if she doesn't exactly feel like a winner. Her lawsuit against the University of Iowa College of Law, in which she accuses the school of denying her a promotion over her conservative beliefs, has ...
01, Apr 2015 - "Cecil Clayton had - literally - a hole in his head"
Missouri executes its oldest death row inmate, 74, despite claims a brain injury left him with a diminished mental capacity
01, Apr 2015 - No Place Like Home
Neil White was a businessman living well with his wife and kids... until he was convicted of bank fraud and sentenced to serve 18 months in prison in Carville, Louisiana.
01, Apr 2015 - Domestic Violence Survivor Releases PSA
DES MOINES, Iowa–A Des Moines woman is hoping a new public service announcement will help revive a bill she’s pushing for at the statehouse. Tiffany Allison released the PSA Sunday on Senate File 23. The Bill is designed to protect victims of violent crimes and requires repeat offenders to serve 85-percent of their prison sentence […]
01, Apr 2015 - Arizona inmate says he acted in self-defense in fatal fight - Tucson News Now
HOLBROOK, Ariz. (AP) - A man locked up in the Navajo County jail in Holbrook says he was defending himself in a fatal fight with another inmate. Jacob Vandewalle made no other statements to authorities regarding last week's death of David Kerman and requested a lawyer.
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