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06, Mar 2015 - Opening statements deliver different versions of Joel Wilson's downfall
Joel Wilson of Saginaw is on trial for allegedly running a Ponzi scheme through his business, The Diversified Group Advisory Firm. A Michigan Assistant Attorney General is leading the prosecution against Wilson in Bay County.
06, Mar 2015 - Row over terrorist non-prosecution
A row has erupted between police and prosecutors over the failure to bring charges in the British courts against an al Qaida terrorist who plotted to blow up a Manchester shopping centre.
06, Mar 2015 - Arraignments, Feb. 17, 2015
A 37-year-old Sheppton woman charged with causing a crash in Mahanoy Township that killed a man on March 29, 2014, is among those scheduled to plead not guilty Thursday during arraignment in Schuylkill County Court. Shirl M. Mumie of 7 W. Pine St., Box 52, was arrested by state police Trooper Michael Van Buskirk of the Frackville station and charged with homicide by vehicle while under the ...
06, Mar 2015 - Convicted Illinois murder faces new charges
Convicted Illinois murderer and ex cop Drew Peterson is facing new charges stating he tried to hire a hit man to kill a prosecutor.Peterson was thrown in jail for 38 years back in 2013 for the death of his third wife, Kathleen Savio.Yesterday he went before a judge and was charged.The person he allegedly tried to kill was the lead prosecutor in his murder trial back in 2012.He's scheduled to be ...
06, Mar 2015 - Genzyme Presents Phase 3 Clinical Trial Extension Results for Cerdelga® (eliglustat) at Lysosomal
Genzyme, a Sanofi company, today reported extension study data from its Phase 3 ENGAGE and ENCORE studies of Cerdelga® , a first-line oral therapy approved by the FDA and the European Commission for the treatment of certain adults with Gaucher disease type 1.
06, Mar 2015 - West Chester filmmaker driven to tell Eritreans' story
WEST CHESTER, Pa. (AP) - When a refugee working to oppose one of the world's most repressive regimes tried to leave, the Eritrean government found him and held him in an underground prison for six years until he escaped.
06, Mar 2015 - Lubbock man sentenced for strangling wife, sleeping next to her corpse
A Lubbock man will serve 45 years in prison for strangling his wife to death and then sleeping next to her body before dumping it in a secluded area.
06, Mar 2015 - New Jersey student will be able to keep 'under God' pledge at school, court decides
A senior high school student from New Jersey has won against the case that challenged her right to recite the Pledge of Allegiance in its entirety and sought to strike the phrase "one nation under God" from the Pledge.
06, Mar 2015 - Supporters testify to banish state’s death penalty
OLYMPIA — Families of murder victims and opponents of capital punishment testified Wednesday in support of a measure to abolish the death penalty in Washington, saying that the costly and drawn-out ap
06, Mar 2015 - Woman who had 92 cats confiscated from house sentenced
A woman who had 92 cats confiscated from her home has been sentenced to 100 hours of community service at an animal shelter.
06, Mar 2015 - Police Seize Over 100 Packets of Heroin From Endicott Residence
An Endicott man is facing drug charges after police say they seized 103 packets of heroin from his residence. Police executed a search warrant at 37 year old Reginald Parker's West Main Street apartment in the village and seized heroin, packaging material and a digital scale. He's been charged with criminal possession of a controlled substance, criminal sale of a controlled substance and ...
06, Mar 2015 - Connecticut panel asks high court to hear synagogue dispute
LITCHFIELD (AP) — A historic district in Connecticut being sued for rejecting plans for a synagogue in 2007 is asking the U.S. Supreme Court to throw out the lawsuit.
06, Mar 2015 - New Jersey judge tosses Pledge of Allegiance lawsuit over 'Under God'
A New Jersey judge ruled on Friday that the phrase “under God” in the Pledge of Allegiance does not discriminate against atheists. read more
06, Mar 2015 - After snow days, jury selection resumes in marathon trial
BOSTON — Jury selection is back on in the trial of Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev (joh-HAHR' tsahr-NEYE'-ehv) after a two-day delay because of heavy snow. Tsarnaev is charged in the 2013 attack that killed three people and injured more than 260. Jury selection in Tsarnaev's federal death penalty trial began Jan. 5. Jury selection was canceled Monday and Tuesday after a ...
06, Mar 2015 - Nevada rancher's son gets prison for 2013 felony convictions
LAS VEGAS (AP) — An adult son of southern Nevada rancher and states' rights advocate Cliven Bundy was sentenced Wednesday to two to eight years in state prison, two years after a judge gave him one chance at probation on two felony convictions.
06, Mar 2015 - Sandusky attorney allegedly stole $535K from clients, used money to gamble
Karl Rominger faces 25 theft and fund misappropriation charges in Cumberland County, Pa.
06, Mar 2015 - 3 More Rankin Countians Sentenced for Hate Crime Against Black Jackson Man
WASHINGTON – The Justice Department announced today that William Kirk Montgomery, 25, of Puckett, Mississippi, Jonathan Kyle Gaskamp, 22, and Joseph Paul Dominick, 23, both of Brandon, Mississippi, were sentenced today in U.S. District Court in Jackson for their roles in a federal hate crime conspiracy involving multiple racially motivated assaults, culminating in the death of James Craig ...
06, Mar 2015 - Juror in Dunn trial: 'You don't kill the mother of your children'
An East Texas father, who stabbed his wife to death while their children were in the same room, is set to spent the next 99 years in prison.
06, Mar 2015 - 2Morrow recruiting for second clinical trial of smoking cessation app program with employers
2Morrow is embarking on a second study for a smoking cessation smartphone app it created with the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Center. It follows a clinical trial last year that showed...
06, Mar 2015 - Sand Mountain man convicted of racketeering, trafficking charges in Michigan
A Sand Mountain man is one of six members of a motorcycle gang convicted Friday of racketeering and drug-trafficking charges after a four-month-long trial in Michigan.
06, Mar 2015 - Full house
Change in state law, 'more dangerous' crime putting pressure on juvenile detention. URBANA —  In 35 years of working in juvenile detention, Connie Kaiser recalls entire years going by without any children committing crimes so serious that they required adult consequences. Not so in 2015. read more
06, Mar 2015 - Woman agrees to plea deal in child-sex case
A Flagler Beach woman arrested a year ago on a capital felony sex charge has reached a plea agreement with the state and will avoid a life sentence, prosecutors said.
06, Mar 2015 - Study of local justice system urges increased use of civil citations, notices
One important finding: Marion County sends more people to prison, on a per capita basis, than any other county in Florida.
06, Mar 2015 - Murder suspect says jail too cold
JOLIET – The Will County jail is a cold place. So claims Jason M. Gonzalez, who has been held there for more than five years while awaiting trial on murder charges. Gonzalez, 28, filed a motion without his attorney last week asking to be transferred to another jurisdiction.
06, Mar 2015 - US Army approves sex change treatment for jailed soldier
The US Army has approved sex change treatment for transsexual soldier Bradley (Chelsea) Manning who is serving a 35-year prison term for leaking classified information to WikiLeaks, the USA Today newspaper reported.
06, Mar 2015 - 2 sentenced for drug dealing after Lummi police, FBI investigation
Two members of Lummi Nation were sentenced Friday, Feb. 20, in federal court in Seattle for dealing heroin and methamphetamine. Click to Continue »
06, Mar 2015 - Commentary: Saving $100, And Hopefully, A Few Inmates
“Right now, as you know, if you leave prison, you get $100 and a bus ride, a bus ticket, or something of similar fashion,” Gov. Asa Hutchinson said Wednesday in announcing his prison reform plan. “That is really not going to help reduce repeat offenders from going back in.”
06, Mar 2015 - For new court, judge packs her robes and hits the road
Now, the UNLV graduate and former Clark County District judge will preside statewide over Nevada’s 2.8 million residents. And she’ll be traveling a lot to do it ...
06, Mar 2015 - Nurse practitioner facing federal drug charges
A nurse practitioner at Covenant Family Healthcare Center in Clovis could be facing 20 years in federal prison if found guilty of unlawfully dispensing oxycodone prescriptions to painkiller addicts — sometimes with the expectation to purchase a few oxycodone pills from the addicts at a later date.
06, Mar 2015 - Nelson Walker update
For the third time in a week, a Seven-On-Your-Side subject makes a court appearance in a different Arkansas county. Here is an update on the legal woes of Nelson Walker Jr.
06, Mar 2015 - Exploited Indian workers in US awarded $14 million
The workers were allegedly exploited by Signal International, an immigration lawyer and an Indian labour recruiter who lured hundreds of workers to a Mississippi shipyard with false promises of permanent US residency. The jury ruled that Signal International, New Orleans lawyer Malvern C. Burnett and India-based recruiter Sachin Dewan engaged in labour trafficking, fraud, racketeering and ...
06, Mar 2015 - Ex-CIA agent, a New Castle native, starting over after prison sentence
Out of prison, a New Castle native and former CIA officer hopes to resume teaching college classes and find work with a Washington think tank. ...
06, Mar 2015 - Felons seeking help to re-enter workforce - Tucson News Now
TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) - A felony conviction usually doesn't mean a person spends the rest of his life in prison. In fact, most convicted felons leave prison, go home and try to start over. But that conviction can haunt them as they try to find a job and a place to live.
06, Mar 2015 - Roundtable Looks At Sempra Vs. Azano, SDPD Pay Raises, Wacky Waterfront Projects
A year ago Mexican businessman Jose Susumo Azano Matsura was indicted in a San Diego federal court for illegal contributions to the political campaigns of San Diego politicians Bob Filner, Bonnie Dumanis and Juan Vargas.
06, Mar 2015 - Wyoming Senate committee defeats post-conviction relief bill
CHEYENNE -- A legislative committee defeated a proposal Friday that would have allowed convicted felons to seek a new trial if there is new non-DNA evidence that could prove their innocence.
06, Mar 2015 - Taxpayers shell out nearly $3 million on Jodi Arias' trials
Murder victim Travis Alexander's sister Tanisha Sorenson, left, leaves the court house after the Jodi Arias sentencing retrial in Phoenix on Thursday, March 5, 2015. Arias was spared the death penalty on Thursday after a jury for a second time could not decide on her punishment.
06, Mar 2015 - Court sentences Korean Air nut rage exec to 1 year in prison
An onboard tantrum dubbed "nut rage" culminated Thursday in a one-year prison sentence for Korean Air heiress Cho Hyun-ah, a humiliating rebuke that only partially quelled public outrage at the excesses of South...
06, Mar 2015 - Judge denies most voter ID motions, summer trial next
RALEIGH — A North Carolina state judge has declined for now to strike down or uphold photo identification requirements to vote in person starting in 2016 — keeping the path clear for a summer trial in a lawsuit.
06, Mar 2015 - Fate of Obama health law subsidies rests with 2 justices
The Supreme Court argument over subsidies that help millions of people afford their health insurance suggests that the Obama administration has two chances to attract one critical vote.
06, Mar 2015 - U of L Hospital participating in treatment trial that may help lung disease patients breathe easier
U of L is the only hospital in Kentucky and one of only a handful in the country piloting the trial.
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The Firm is representing numerous plaintiffs who have also filed Risperdal lawsuits alleging the atypical antipsychotic medication caused male breast growth. (PRWeb February 13, 2015) Read the full story at
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