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Spelling bee kids battle into the night
when they go to the dictionary there was one copy only for the pronouncer who already mentioned that the words are small and she can't see very well. I wan(...)
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Lawsuit Filed Against Jody Kriss, Former Bayrock Executive & Founder of East River Partners
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Man Charged With Murder In Filer Pleads Not Guilty
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Second Oregon sex offender at Umatilla prison dies unexpectedly in just nine days
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20, Sep 2014 - Mesothelioma Compensation Center Highlights A Recent Article From Medicine.Net On How Crucial It Is
The Mesothelioma Compensation Center is urging the family members of a diagnosed victim of mesothelioma to call them at 866-714-6466 for instant access to the nation's most skilled mesothelioma lawyers, who consistently get the best compensation results, as well as a customized checklist that details everything from treatment options, to a will, power of attorney, and every other issue that must ...
20, Sep 2014 - Petruchius elected to charitable board of bar association
SYCAMORE – Mary F. Petruchius of DeKalb, a private practice lawyer in Sycamore, has been elected to the Board of Directors of the Illinois Bar Foundation (IBF), the charitable arm of the Illinois State Bar Association (ISBA).
20, Sep 2014 - Conn. Supreme Court backs wind energy regulation
The Connecticut Supreme Court announced Monday a unanimous decision backing a state agency regulating wind energy, rejecting a challenge by opponents of a wind project. The court ruled 6-0 that a trial ...
20, Sep 2014 - Court motion says cop may have planted child porn
A former Nye County public defender filed a scathing motion in District Court Friday, accusing a controversial detective of possibly planting evidence in a pending child pornography case.
20, Sep 2014 - Preble County pot plants seized, five to face charges
The Preble County Sheriff's Department executed their annual Pot Eradication sweep last week with support of the Ohio Bureau of Criminal Investigation's helicopter. Sheriff Mike Simpson said they use tips and their own eyes to find marijuana plants growing in the county. "This time of the year, marijuana has its own distinct color," Simpson explained. "To the trained observer, it sticks out like ...
20, Sep 2014 - Abuse charges spark questions
As three former employees of a Brownsville nursing home prepare for their first court date on allegations they abused residents, family members of the seniors are left seeking answers.
20, Sep 2014 - Trial opens in newlywed accused of killing Iranian wife in U.P.
Lawyers have given opening statements in the trial of a newlywed accused of killing his Iranian wife after they moved to Michigan's Upper Peninsula so she could seek an advanced engineering degree.
20, Sep 2014 - District attorney drops charges against activists who blocked coal freighter, says they were right
U.S. district attorney Sam Sutter described himself as a 'fervent environmentalist' and said a trial would have put him in an awkward position
20, Sep 2014 - Missouri court reworks early voting ballot summary
A proposed constitutional amendment on the November ballot will ask Missouri voters whether to authorize a 6-day early voting period for future general elections. Read more
20, Sep 2014 - Ruling against BP could mean $18 billion in fines
U.S. District Judge Carl Barbier concluded that the London-based oil giant showed a "conscious disregard of known risks" during the drilling operation and bears most of the responsibility for the blowout that killed 11 rig workers and spewed millions of gallons of oil over three months. Even as the oil giant vowed to appeal, BP stock fell $2.82, or nearly 6 percent, to $44.89, reducing the ...
20, Sep 2014 - A Maximum Security Inmate Draws a Line between Muslim and Jihadist
The Muslim inmates I encountered in my semesters as an in-prison educator seemed quite committed to having their faith and practice provide a path that would steer them away from the criminal life. During an English course given at a New York State maximum-security prison in the summer of 2011, I asked inmate-students (men ranging in age from late twenties to early fifties) to imagine what they ...
20, Sep 2014 - Exterminator sentenced in pesticide fraud case
An Alabama exterminator has been sentenced after pleading guilty to unlawfully applying pesticides at more than a dozen nursing homes across South Georgia.
20, Sep 2014 - Washington Court House fights Ohio EPA fines over sewage treatment
Washington Court House is fighting a state court ruling that the small Fayette County city is in contempt of court because it hasn’t paid all of the fines levied against it for a failing sewage system. The Washington Court House sewage-treatment plant has had problems since 1994. An Ohio Environmental Protection Agency inspector has testified that, in recent years, the treatment plant has ...
20, Sep 2014 - Three area residents sentenced in heroin cases
HARRISONBURG -- Law enforcement's spotlight shone harshly Wednesday in U.S. District Court as one Stephens City man and a couple from Strasburg were sentenced to long stays in prison for using and selling heroin in the area.
20, Sep 2014 - Court hears case over redistricting docs, consultant claims conspiracy
One of Florida's top Republican political consultants stopped short of accusing the state Supreme Court of lacking "integrity" Friday if it rules that he must disclose emails in a case brought under the state’s new anti-gerrymanding laws.
20, Sep 2014 - Walter Reed Bethesda Joins Novilase Clinical Trial
Novian Health, developer of Novilase® Breast Therapy, announced today that Walter Reed National Military Medical Center is now a participating study site in the BR-002 Novilase Clinical Trial.
20, Sep 2014 - Ray Rice case ignites legal debate over first-time offender programs
NFL superstar Ray Rice was enrolled in the same program that lets thousands of defendants each year avoid prosecution in cases from assault to theft and helps lighten busy court calendars in New Jersey while permitting first-time offenders a clean slate.
20, Sep 2014 - Appeals court sets quick date on North Carolina voting law
A federal appeals court decided Tuesday to hasten arguments in a case challenging a tough, new North Carolina voting law that critics say will suppress minority voter turnout in November.
20, Sep 2014 - Colorado teen pleads guilty in plan to join ISIS
Shannon Maureen Conley's plan to join ISIS and serve as a nurse at a jihadist camp ended Wednesday with a guilty plea to a terror charge in a Colorado federal court.
20, Sep 2014 - Michigan couple plead guilty in pill pipeline case that led to Kentucky
Clarence D. Bentley and Kelly Bentley of Michigan were charged in federal court with their doctor, Anthony Jungho Choe, with conspiring to provide pills to drug dealers in the Pike and Floyd County areas. The Bentleys both pleaded guilty in recent weeks. Such plea agreements typically would require them to testify against Choe.
20, Sep 2014 - Ohio man enters guilty plea in federal court to stolen firearm charges
James Herod III of Cleveland, Ohio entered a guilty plea in a Charleston  federal court room to possession of a stolen firearm charge, according to a news release issued by the U.S. Attorney's Office in Charleston, 
20, Sep 2014 - Prisoner freed 90 years early appeals sentence
DENVER (AP) — A Colorado convict sent back to prison after being mistakenly released 90 years early says it was cruel and unusual punishment to put him back behind bars after he reformed his life.
20, Sep 2014 - Lutnick's Basketball Court Lawsuit Dismissed In Federal Court
A federal judge rejected Howard Lutnick’s $36 million lawsuit claiming that Southampton Town municipal boards infringed on his rights by refusing an application for the construction of a basketball court on his 40-acre Bridgehampton property, which sits on an agricultural reserve.
20, Sep 2014 - Oracle loses another battle in SAP case
The US appeals court in San Francisco said jurors used "an undue amount of speculation" in awarding Oracle $1.3 billion in damages in 2010.
20, Sep 2014 - Camp Security archaeological dig starts Monday
An archaeological dig started Monday morning to search for 18th century artifacts that could reveal more about the history of a Revolutionary War prison camp in Springettsbury Township.
20, Sep 2014 - Trial Set for Coal Ship Protesters
In this May 15, 2013 photo, protesters piloting the lobster boat Henry David T., attempt to block delivery of coal to the Brayton Point Power Station in Somerset, Mass. A trial begins Sept. 8 in Fall River District Court for Ken Ward and Jay O’Hara, the two environmental activists who used the boat to block the coal shipment to the region’s largest coal-burning power plant.
20, Sep 2014 - Family of slain informant wins judgment over death
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) — The Kentucky Supreme Court has reinstated a damage award to the family of a teenage informant killed while working for police, but lowered the amount the state must pay.
20, Sep 2014 - Trans rights behind bars
For the Hearts on a Wire Collective, a grassroots movement to support transgender people in and out of prison, the fate of their fall 2013 newsletter seemed proof that logic was lost in Pennsylvania's correctional system.
20, Sep 2014 - Ex-Aryan Nations attorney dies in federal prison
COEUR D'ALENE, Idaho (AP) — Edgar Steele, who once represented Aryan Nations founder Richard Butler in a lawsuit that bankrupted the white supremacist group, has died in federal prison in California. Steele was 69.
20, Sep 2014 - Inmate killed by correctional officer at Pendleton prison
An inmate was shot and killed by a correctional officer after he refused to stop attacking another inmate at the Eastern Oregon Correctional Institution.
20, Sep 2014 - Schuette edges Totten for Michigan AG in latest poll
The Michigan attorney general's race is close, while Secretary of State Ruth Johnson has a 6-percentage-point lead over her Democratic challenger, according to a new Detroit News-WDIV (Local 4) poll.
20, Sep 2014 - Kane County state’s attorney to head prosecutor’s committee
Kane County State’s Attorney Joe McMahon will head a new statewide committee to develop best practices for evidence and investigations used by prosecutors across Illinois.
20, Sep 2014 - Legals September 19, 2014
NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE Loan No.: 601229343-1 / Herzog T.S. No.: 13-00243-4 On December 22, 2014 10:00 AM, Front entrance of the Kootenai County Courthouse, 324 W Garden Ave, Coeur D'Alene, ID 83816 in the County of Kootenai, State of Idaho, Fidelity National Title Insurance Company, as Trustee, on behalf of UMPQUA BANK, SUCCESSOR IN INTEREST BY MERGER WITH STERLING SAVINGS BANK, the current ...
20, Sep 2014 - GOP consultant says 'integrity' of court is at stake over redistricting
TALLAHASSEE — One of Florida's top Republican political consultants stopped short of accusing the state Supreme Court of lacking "integrity" Friday if it rules that he must disclose emails in a case brought under the state's new anti-gerrymanding laws.
20, Sep 2014 - Milton man sentenced for violent sexual assault
Eric Simmons was sentenced to 12 years in prison – less than the 25-year maximum.
20, Sep 2014 - Missouri executes man for killing 2 in robbery
BONNE TERRE, Mo. (AP) — A Missouri inmate was put to death Wednesday for killing two people during a restaurant robbery in 1998, the eighth execution in the state this year and the 10th since November.
20, Sep 2014 - Gay marriage issue lands at Florida Supreme Court
By Bill Cotterell TALLAHASSEE (Reuters) - The hot topic of same-sex marriage was sent to the Florida Supreme Court on Wednesday in a case brought by two women appealing a Tampa judge's denial of their divorce petition. The Second District Court of Appeal asked the Supreme Court to rule on what it said was a matter "of great public importance and will have a great effect on the proper ...
20, Sep 2014 - Lowell PD use of informants center of criminal probe
Sun Staff LOWELL -- The office of U.S. Attorney for Massachusetts Carmen Ortiz is investigating allegations that informants used by Lowell police planted evidence on suspects whose charges were later dropped.
20, Sep 2014 - La Selva Beach killer from 1977 released on parole
SOLEDAD >> A Watsonville man convicted of shooting his 18-year-old friend to death because of a debt in 1977 was released from Salinas Valley State Prison this month, authorities said.
20, Sep 2014 - Making a change: Drug court convention kicks off
NATCHEZ, Miss. (AP) - Talk of growth and rehabilitation can be heard this week at the Natchez Convention Center. The Mississippi Association of Drug Court Professionals is hosting a conference to discuss legislation, new methods and success stories in the court system. Drug Courts seek to rehabilitate ...
20, Sep 2014 - Worker Fired Over Medical Pot Appeals to Colo. Supreme Court
Brandon Coats, a former phone operator at Dish Network, was fired by the company after he tested positive for marijuana.
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