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16, Apr 2014 - Jury chosen for US terror trial of Egyptian imam - Quincy Herald-Whig | Illinois & Missouri News, S
NEW YORK (AP) - A jury has been chosen for the U.S. terror trial of an Egyptian Islamic preacher extradited from Great Britain on charges he conspired to support al-Qaida.
16, Apr 2014 - Former Rapid City attorney to retire from Supreme Court
PIERRE | A former Pennington County deputy state's attorney has announced he will retire this year after working for 20 years as a state Supreme Court justice.
16, Apr 2014 - Teen headed to prison for 23 years in Clay daycare sex abuse case
.Higdon was found guilty of two of the charges in February.
16, Apr 2014 - Californian gets life for Nebraska murder
SIDNEY, Neb. (AP) — A 35-year-old California man has been given life in a Nebraska prison for fatally shooting someone during a dispute over drug money.
16, Apr 2014 - Q&A with basketball's Justin Brown
Justin Brown, left, a 2004 graduate of Gorham High School, dribbles a ball down the court during a basketball game against Lakes Region High School. Brown, who lives in Florida, is moving back to Maine this summer to direct a new basketball camp in Biddeford.
16, Apr 2014 - BioClinica Inks $30 Million in eClinical Contracts with Two Top 10 Pharma Companies
NEWTOWN, Pa., March 26, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- BioClinica®, Inc., a leading provider of specialized outsourced clinical trial services, today announced that it recently penned $30 million in multi-year contract ...
16, Apr 2014 - Appeals court OKs local ruling
ANDERSON -- The Indiana Court of Appeals has agreed with a local judge in a decision that could save communities like Madison County thousands each year. In a 3-0 decision on Wednesday, the court ruled in favor of Madison Circuit Court 6 Judge Dennis
16, Apr 2014 - Man Arrested on Birthday for Talking Too Long at Township Board Meeting; Faces 2 Years in Prison (V
A Michigan man is now facing a felony charge after he was arrested by local police for failing to observe a three-minute public comment limit during a recent Bridgeport Township board meeting. It was his birthday.
16, Apr 2014 - Former Connecticut Governor Indicted for Allegedly Concealing Involvement in Campaigns
10 years ago, Connecticut Governor John Rowland resigned from office in disgrace and later went to prison on corruption charge. Former Republican congressional candidate Lisa Wilson-Foley and her husband, Brian Foley, pleaded guilty March 31 to a scheme to create a phony contract that hid the consulting role prosecutors say Rowland played in her campaign. Rowland was indicted on seven counts in ...
16, Apr 2014 - Car show/Lil Boosie concert canceled
PASCAGOULA, Miss. (AP) - An attorney for a spring break promotion group say they are still hoping to host a Lil Boosie rap concert at the Jackson County Fairgrounds despite a contract dispute with Jackson County. On Tuesday, the county canceled a contract to rent the fairgrounds next ...
16, Apr 2014 - Manslaughter convict can get workers’ comp
JACKSON — A former utility worker who lost his hands when he was shocked by power lines can receive workers’ compensation, even though officials argued he tried to hurt himself to avoid a homicide investigation, the Mississippi Supreme Court has ruled.
16, Apr 2014 - Pistorius sobs while recalling shooting
Oscar Pistorius broke down in sobs and howls while testifying at his murder trial Tuesday, forcing the court to adjourn as the star athlete was describing the moments he said he first realized he had shot girlfriend Reeva...
16, Apr 2014 - Inmate’s ‘unexpected’ death under investigation
Oregon State Police’s Criminal Division is investigating the death of an inmate at an Umatilla prison.
16, Apr 2014 - Griffen’s ‘dog-bite’ rule within the law, he says
Pulaski County Circuit Judge Wendell Griffen’s “dog-bite ” rule — his stated preference for prison over probation for violent offenders — is in full accord with the law, Griffen states in a written order rejecting a defense attorney’s complaint that the judge’s stance is unfair and grounds for the judge to withdraw from hearing cases involving violence.
16, Apr 2014 - New York Times editor to speak at commencement
In a press release on March 18, the university announced that Jill Abramson, executive editor of The New York Times, will deliver the 2014 commencement address to graduating seniors. Since 2011, Abramson has served as the legendary newspaper’s chief executive, overseeing bureaus and reporters across the United States and the world.
16, Apr 2014 - Man faces multiple charges of sex crimes against minors
Eric Sansburn, a sergeant in the North Dakota Army National Guard's military police unit, pleaded not guilty in Grand Forks Friday to federal charges he committed sex crimes against children for years, including interstate transport of underage girls for sexual purposes, producing pornographic videos of a minor girl and possessing child pornography showing victims as young as 6.
16, Apr 2014 - Cancer-stricken ex-priest on trial for sex abuse
LOUISVILLE, Kentucky (AP) Testimony began Tuesday in the long-delayed trial of former Catholic priest James Schook, as a witness said that he had numerous sexual encounters with Schook, beginning at age 13, at a Louisville church...
16, Apr 2014 - Dallas Trial Lawyer Alex Brauer Named Among Texas' Top Young Attorneys
DALLAS, March 24, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Complex commercial litigation attorney Alex Brauer , a founding partner of the trial and appellate law firm Bailey Brauer PLLC , is being recognized among the state's ...
16, Apr 2014 - Parole Board Denies Pardon For Willingham
The Innocence Project said that the Texas Board of Pardons and Paroles has denied its petition to posthumously pardon a man executed for killing his three children in a house fire.
16, Apr 2014 - Two friends of ex-NFL star Hernandez charged with murder
Two associates of former NFL star Aaron Hernandez, who is in jail awaiting trial on murder and weapons charges, have also been charged with murder in the case, according to the Bristol County District Attorney's Office in Massachusetts. A grand jury indicted Carlos Ortiz and Ernest Wallace on Friday in connection with the death of semi-pro football player Odin Lloyd, who was shot five times at ...
16, Apr 2014 - Families testify at Hays State Prison hearing
ATLANTA — At the first legislative hearing to tackle the spike in violence in Georgia prisons, two state senators called on corrections officials to answer for how prisoners in many cases were able to predict their own deaths.
16, Apr 2014 - Judge: Both defendants in Bangor triple slaying case to be tried before single jury
Posted April 11, 2014, at 4:50 p.m. Jury selection will begin Monday, April 28, at the Penobscot Judicial Center, Justice William Anderson said last month. The trial of Nicholas Sexton, 33, of Warwick, R.I., and Randall “Ricky “ Daluz, 36, of Brockton, Mass., will begin as soon as jurors are seated.
16, Apr 2014 - Plea Deal For Ex-ELCA Synod Bookkeeper
Prosecutors have reached a plea deal with a former bookkeeper accused of embezzling $700,000 from the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America synod in northwestern Minnesota. The agreement calls for Robert Larson of Wolverton to serve four years in prison and to pay back the stolen money.
16, Apr 2014 - SAC Record $1.8 Billion Insider Plea Caps 7-Year Probe
SAC Capital Advisors LP's landmark $1.8 billion settlement of a U.S. government insider-trading probe stretching back to 2007 was approved by a federal judge, bringing to an end the hedge fund's role as a money manager and capping a decade of insider-trading cases. SAC Capital, which this week changed its name to Point72 Asset Management LP, pleaded guilty to reaping hundreds of millions of ...
16, Apr 2014 - Virginia AG files brief supporting gay marriage
RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — Same-sex couples have the same right to marry as interracial heterosexual couples, Virginia's attorney general said Friday in papers urging an appellate court to uphold a judge's ruling that the state's gay marriage ban is unconstitutional.
16, Apr 2014 - NJ man acquitted in murder of 5 missing teens sues -
NEWARK, N.J. (AP) - A New Jersey man who was acquitted of murder charges in one of the state's longest-running cold cases is suing those he says put him on trial.
16, Apr 2014 - Man sentenced for murdering his wife
An elderly Duchesne man has been sentenced to serve at least 15 years in prison for the 2011 murder of his wife.
16, Apr 2014 - 6 More Russian Myths About Crimea
Russian leaders often look uninformed — or desperate — when they try to justify abuses of power by claiming that the U.S. is guilty of similar infractions.
16, Apr 2014 - Massachusetts judge blasts AIG in $7M decision
WOBURN, Mass. (AP) — A Massachusetts judge has ordered AIG Inc. to pay at least $7 million to a Wellesley man injured after he was struck by a bus in a scathing decision that accuses the insurer of hiding evidence and manipulating witnesses.
16, Apr 2014 - Canadian journalist held in Egypt calls his trial 'a joke'
CAIRO - An Egyptian-Canadian journalist who has spent more than 100 days in a Cairo prision told a court Thursday that his trial was "a joke" as the judge presiding over the case dismissed a key part of the prosecution's evidence. Shouting from behind the bars of a cage in which he and his ...
16, Apr 2014 - Binghamton Police seize Heroin, Pot in Routine Traffic Stop
Police in Binghamton seized heroin and five pounds of marijuana during a recent traffic stop. Members of the Community Response team arrested Anthony Zuccaro after searching his vehicle on April 10. Investigators say Zuccaro was caught trying to hid ten bags of heroin. He is in Broome County jail.
16, Apr 2014 - Still on the job
RAY BROOK - Jay Swartz has been a vocational instructor in the state prison system for 29 years. He says he's seen the good that comes from teaching inmates skills like basic carpentry.
16, Apr 2014 - Suspect in court wearing suicide smock
Frazier Glenn Cross was taken to court in a wheelchair and charged with murder in slayings at Jewish-affiliated facilities. Hate crime charges are possible.
16, Apr 2014 - Lil Boosie Concert Cancelled Because Of Parole Restrictions
Lil Boosie's release from prison hasn't totally freed him up to be able to add money to his bank account.
16, Apr 2014 - South Florida officer gets bail in cocaine case
MIAMI (AP) — A South Florida police lieutenant charged in a New Jersey cocaine conspiracy will be released on $500,000 bail before his trial.
16, Apr 2014 - State won't enforce $10,000 limit on campaign contributions
Decision follows landmark U.S. Supreme Court ruling After a landmark U.S. Supreme Court ruling, Maryland election officials said Friday that they will no longer enforce a state law that imposes an overall limit of $10,000 on campaign contributions in a four-year election cycle.
16, Apr 2014 - Michigan's stand-your-ground law
Benjamin Crump, the attorney who represented the family of Trayvon Martin, will share reasons for seeking the repeal of Michigan's stand-your-ground law at WSU.
16, Apr 2014 - Chatham attorney is a 'Top 10’
CHATHAM — Borough resident Lawrence S. Lustberg has been selected for the 2014 New Jersey Super Lawyers list of “Top 10 Attorneys in the State.“
16, Apr 2014 - Ohio will recognize gay couples, federal judge says
A federal judge announced Friday he plans to strike down Ohio's ban on recognizing same-sex marriages performed outside of the state. U.S District Court Judge Timothy Black called the state's current ban unconstitutional and said he plans to issue a statement nullifying it later this month.  The Columbus Dispatch reports Black's ruling will not, however, affect Ohio's 2004 constitutional ...
16, Apr 2014 - Ga. man sentenced to 5 years for attacking pet pig
An eastern Georgia man accused of stabbing a pet pig nearly two dozen times has been sentenced to five years in prison.
16, Apr 2014 - U.S. judge accepts SAC guilty plea, OK's $1.2 billion deal
By Nate Raymond NEW YORK (Reuters) - SAC Capital Advisors' $1.2 billion criminal settlement for insider trading received final court approval on Thursday, as a U.S. judge accepted a guilty plea from the hedge fund firm run by billionaire Steven A. Cohen. At a hearing in Manhattan federal court, U.S. District Judge Laura Taylor Swain accepted SAC Capital's guilty plea to fraud charges and payment ...
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