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22, Dec 2014 - Governor Sandoval Names Inaugural Appointments to Court of Appeals
Governor Brian Sandoval today announced the inaugural appointments to the newly created Nevada Court of Appeals. Sandoval has selected Jerome “Jerry” Tao, Michael Patrick Gibbons, and Abbi Silver, for departments one, two, and three, respectively.
22, Dec 2014 - Securities litigation attorney speaks to Gilmer Rotary Club
Gilmer attorney Chris Bebel, a former lawyer for the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission and onetime federal prosecutor who has made several appearances on national television, recounted some of his legal career’s memorable moments last week for the Gilmer Rotary Club.
22, Dec 2014 - Payson picks town attorney – again
With Payson’s attorney of eight years leaving and his replacement recently turning down the job, things were looking grave for the town last week until they found Kane Graves.
22, Dec 2014 - Appeals court rules against disability rights group in health care case
MILWAUKEE -- The government has no constitutional obligation to provide health care to patients in state doctors' care, a state appeals court ruled Thursday.
22, Dec 2014 - Appointments Made to Nevada's First Appeals Court
Governor Brian Sandoval has announced the inaugural appointments to the newly-created Nevada Court of Appeals.
22, Dec 2014 - Perry: Most people expect me to run for president
While a formal announcement may be a ways off, the longest-serving chief executive in Texas history sounded Tuesday like a candidate preparing for his next campaign. Perry also departs the governor's mansion facing charges of felony abuse of power and the prospect that a court case could drag on for months and land him in prison. Perry's failed presidential campaign remains the only loss of his ...
22, Dec 2014 - Casper man gets 3-5 years for multiple-drug crimes
CHEYENNE - A Casper man caught driving drugs into Wyoming from Colorado earlier this year was sentenced Friday in Laramie County District Court to spend the next three to five years in prison.
22, Dec 2014 - Jeh Johnson Tours New Immigration Detention Facility in Texas
Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson made a visit to the South Texas Family Residential Center, the newest federal prison, which is about an hour south of San Antonio and aimed at curbing the latest illegal immigration wave. Our John Salazar spoke to Johnson, who says Congress must fund the fight if it's serious about dealing with illegal immigration.
22, Dec 2014 - Court rejects appeal from Lucky Mart killer
INDIANAPOLIS | The Indiana Court of Appeals on Friday affirmed the convictions and 80-year prison term of a Merrillville man who shot and killed a Lucky Mart Foods clerk during a 2012 armed robbery.
22, Dec 2014 - Protesters stop traffic, hold 'die-in' at food court in West Towne Mall
Protesters closed down one lane of Mineral Point Road as they marched from James Madison Memorial High School to West Towne on Saturday, protesting national and local race issues.
22, Dec 2014 - Vinson & Elkins Promotes Eight to Partnership
The new partners will enhance seven of the firm's practice areas, including appellate, complex commercial litigation, finance, intellectual property, mergers and acquisitions, real estate and tax. Jeremy Marwell is an appellate litigator with experience handling a broad range of civil and criminal matters before the U.S. Supreme Court and numerous federal and state courts. Marwell was recently a ...
22, Dec 2014 - UK couple admit fraud in US court
A retired British couple who lost their fight against extradition have pleaded guilty in the United States to fraud.
22, Dec 2014 - State guards deny wrongdoing in prison fight
Seven corrections employees have denied wrongdoing after a state prisoner said they used unnecessary force against him.Wayne Hagan filed a complaint against the employees in federal court in May. 
22, Dec 2014 - Ohio man gets 30 months for threats against Lee deputies
ABINGDON -- A Crooksville, Ohio man was sentenced Wednesday in U.S. District Court in Abingdon for threatening to shoot Lee County deputies.According to a release from the U.S. Attorney for the Western District of Virginia, 31-year old Jeffrey Allen Hinkle Jr. previously entered a guilty plea to one count of transmitting in interstate commerce a threat to injure another person.At his prior plea ...
22, Dec 2014 - Ohio lawmaker to be sentenced in campaign probe
A Cleveland state lawmaker is ready to be sentenced for two misdemeanor election law violations related to the purchase and re-sale of season Ohio State football tickets.
22, Dec 2014 - Court battle looms over Encinitas housing rules
The Building Industry Association of San Diego County is suing the city of Encinitas over recently approved changes to city development regulations, and the battle is expected to move into the courtroom in early 2015.
22, Dec 2014 - Virginia man sentenced for NC bus hijacking
RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — A Virginia man who pleaded guilty to hijacking a bus that was later stopped in North Carolina has been sentenced to nearly 20 years in prison.
22, Dec 2014 - Woman gets up to 40 years for slaying man she left
FRANKLIN, Pa. (AP) - A northwestern Pennsylvania woman has been sentenced to 17½½ to 40 years in prison for fatally shooting her live-in boyfriend while she was packing up to move out.
22, Dec 2014 - Motion: Jail snitch should tell Miranda rights in Jaren Lockhart case
The lawyer for a man accused of killing and dismembering a Bourbon Street dancer says the judge should throw out a confession he allegedly made to a cellmate in New York.Jefferson Parish public defender John Benz argues that Christian Del Rosario was acting as a state agent when he became a cellmate of Terry Speaks.He says that means the man should have told Speaks that he had a right to remain ...
22, Dec 2014 - AG Cooper to appeal decision on NC utility rates
RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) -- Attorney General Roy Cooper will appeal a decision by the North Carolina Utilities Commission allowing energy companies to profit from corporate tax cuts without passing those savings on to consumers. Cooper filed notice Monday that he will ask the state Court of Appeals to overturn the October decision by the commission, which sets the rates electricity and natural gas ...
22, Dec 2014 - Idaho to take same-sex marriage case to Court
Idaho’s governor today asked the Supreme Court to wait to act on new same-sex marriage cases until after officials from his state can file an appeal, early next month. If the Court accepts the suggestion, that could slow down the process of setting up review of the constitutional dispute during the current Term. The Idaho […]
22, Dec 2014 - Man sentenced for 2,600 aluminum carts
A man convicted of stealing more than 2,600 aluminum carts from the Postal Service and selling them for scrap has been sentenced to seven years in prison.
22, Dec 2014 - 3rd suspect in rural Manteca murder goes to trial in March
The third and final suspect in the shooting of 53-year-old Michael Lawrence in front of his home rural Manteca during the summer of 2013 isn’t expected to appear before a jury until March.
22, Dec 2014 - Judge sets bond for NC man charged in Myrtle Beach mall shooting
A North Carolina man has been charged with involuntary manslaughter following a shooting death at Myrtle Beach Mall.
22, Dec 2014 - Holder announces plan to target racial profiling
In the wake of clashes at protests in Ferguson, Missouri, U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder says new Justice Department guidance will aim to end racial profiling and ensure fair and effective policing.
22, Dec 2014 - Kansas City Man Sentenced for PCP Trafficking and Illegal Firearms
A Kansas City, MO man was sentenced in federal court Tuesday for possessing PCP with the intent to distribute and for illegally possessing firearms.
22, Dec 2014 - James Island man gets life in prison for killing girlfriend
A James Island man convicted of brutally killing his girlfriend nearly two years ago was sentenced to life in prison without parole Tuesday.
22, Dec 2014 - First same-sex divorce in Athens County approved in local court
An Athens County common pleas judge Tuesday approved a magistrate's decision to grant what's likely the first divorce for a same-sex couple in Athens County, and one of very few same-sex divorces to be granted in the state of Ohio. At the time, however, he says he didn't realize it was a same-sex female couple.
22, Dec 2014 - Baltimore prosecutor won't intervene in case of man serving life in shooting despite GPS alibi
Baltimore's top prosecutor won't intervene in the case of a man serving life plus 30 years in a Maryland prison despite GPS evidence that says he couldn't have been the triggerman in a shooting that paralyzed a 5-year-old girl.
22, Dec 2014 - Court peels some immunity in cases against public agencies
DETROIT (AP) - The Michigan Supreme Court has struck down an award of $767,000 for a Lansing-area woman who aspired to be a dental hygienist before her car was hit by a state salt truck. In a 7-0 decision, the court says compensation from public agencies for the ...
22, Dec 2014 - Massachusetts Chapter of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys Honors State Senator Jamie Eld
At its annual meeting on Thursday, December 11th, the Massachusetts Chapter of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys honored several individuals for their advocacy of elder services and their commitment ...
22, Dec 2014 - Supreme Court
The Arkansas Supreme Court released opinions Thursday. The court's ruling and the names of the cases are reprinted here. The full opinions and other court proceedings, including per curiam decisions, orders and submissions, can be found on the Internet at
22, Dec 2014 - Woman admits stealing from employer for 2nd time
Oneida County Court Judge Michael L. Dwyer wasn't happy to see Vicki Gilbert in court again.
22, Dec 2014 - Former Virginia Governor McDonnell's sentencing guidelines: 10 years at least
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22, Dec 2014 - U.S. appeals court denies prisoner's right to tax-funded sex change
By Scott Malone BOSTON (Reuters) - A U.S. appeals court on Tuesday overturned a lower-court decision that a Massachusetts prisoner suffering from gender identity disorder was entitled to receive a taxpayer-funded sex change operation. The state's prison system is not violating the prisoner's rights under the Eighth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, which protects inmates from cruel and unusual ...
22, Dec 2014 - Prosecutors to dismiss case in KC airport threat
(AP) — Federal prosecutors have concluded that a man accused of a bomb hoax at Kansas City International Airport on the 10th anniversary of the Sept. 11 terror attacks is neither competent to stand trial nor a danger to the community, so they filed a motion this week seeking to have charges against him dismissed. During a K-9 sweep of his packages — all of which had the earmarks of an improvised ...
22, Dec 2014 - Officials trying to break the cycle of domestic violence
Loving somebody who hurts you isn't a crime, but hurting somebody you love is.
22, Dec 2014 - Clarksville man pleads guilty to bomb threat
A Clarksville man pleaded guilty Tuesday to threatening to throw up a police station, according to a release from the Howard County State’s Attorney’s Office.
22, Dec 2014 - Judge drops criminal cases in Aspen carbon monoxide fatalities
ASPEN - The criminal cases against a subcontractor and a former Aspen building inspector, both indicted by a grand jury for the carbon monoxide poisoning deaths of a Denver family of four, came to an abrupt end Thursday when a judge ruled that the statute of limitations on the charges had expired.Judge James Boyd issued his decision to dismiss the charges of criminally negligent homicide in a ...
22, Dec 2014 - Escaped Indiana prison inmate captured on University of Illinois campus
Police say an inmate who escaped from a minimum-security federal prison in Indiana has been arrested on the University of Illinois' campus.
22, Dec 2014 - Kansas judge allows publication of 'In Cold Blood' criminal investigation files
FILE- In this photo taken Oct. 19, 2009, a grain truck passes by a park dedicated to the Herbert Clutter family in Holcomb, Kan. A Kansas judge has decided that the son of a deceased Kansas Bureau of Investigation agent, who investigated the Clutter family murders and kept records at home, can publish his father’s files from the 1959 murders that inspired the book “In Cold Blood.”
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