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24, Jul 2014 - Small But Steady Downward Trend In U.S. Executions
The death penalty is in trouble — drug shortages, botched executions and lawsuits are calling the idea of a "humane" execution into question. Some states are returning to previously abandoned methods.
24, Jul 2014 - Stockton bankruptcy judge says city's collateral not worthless
By Robin Respaut SACRAMENTO Calif. (Reuters) - The judge in Stockton, California's bankruptcy on Tuesday ruled that the city has collateral worth $4 million with which it could pay holdout creditor Franklin Templeton, dismissing the city's contention its collateral was worthless. At the same time, U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Christopher Klein made no ruling on Tuesday on whether the California Public ...
24, Jul 2014 - Ulman donates indicted businessman's contributions to charity
Howard County Executive Ken Ulman wanted to give back $34,000 in campaign contributions he received from insurance executive Jeffrey B. Cohen, who was indicted last month on federal fraud charges .
24, Jul 2014 - $250K settlement reached in Forest County inmate's killing
The state has agreed to pay $250,000 to settle a Pittsburgh woman's claims that officials' mishandling of mentally ill inmates caused her father to be murdered by his cellmate in a state prison in Forest County.
24, Jul 2014 - High court declines to hear term limits appeal
The Illinois Supreme Court today refused to hear a direct appeal of a lower court ruling that found a plan to impose legislative term limits through a proposed change in the state constitution was unconstitutional.
24, Jul 2014 - Son of Alabama judge charged with killing girlfriend
MOBILE, Ala. — The son of a prominent Alabama judge is being held in jail on charges that he killed his girlfriend at their home in Prichard.
24, Jul 2014 - In 2 rulings on health care law, votes of 6 appellate judges break along party lines
WASHINGTON — In rapid succession, six federal judges on two appeals courts weighed in on a key component of President Barack Obama's health care law. Their votes lined up precisely with the party of the president who appointed them.
24, Jul 2014 - Randy Taylor sentenced to two life terms in Alexis Murphy murder
A jury found Randy Taylor, 49, guilty on one count of first-degree murder and one count of abduction with intent to defile in Nelson County Circuit Court in May.
24, Jul 2014 - Judge asked to toss Schweitzer's mine claim
BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) — A Washington state mining company wants a federal judge to throw out a $10 million compensation claim from a group of investors that includes former Montana Gov. Brian Schweitze
24, Jul 2014 - Suspect in fire that killed 2 E. Texans arrested after 13 years
The suspect in a 2001 fire near Caddo Lake that killed two people was arrested and charged with capital murder after he was released from prison on Thursday.
24, Jul 2014 - Substitute's relationship with teen discovered by mom on Facebook
A substitute teacher was arrested in Limestone County on Wednesday and charged with sex crimes.
24, Jul 2014 - Convicted felon stabs 2 at senior apartments
SPRINGDALE, Pa. (AP) — A 73-year-old man with a long record of felony convictions has been jailed on attempted homicide and other charges after police said he stabbed two women at a senior citizens high-rise in western Pennsylvania.
24, Jul 2014 - Human rights report: Valdosta facility one of state’s deadliest prisons
Valdosta State Prison is in a brutal three-way tie for having the second most homicides in Georgia’s state prisons, according to a new report by the Southern Center for Human Rights.
24, Jul 2014 - Accused meth maker says his rights were violated, asks for dismissal
MEDINA — A 31-year-old resident charged in a methamphetamine lab case in February has filed to have his case dismissed, claiming his right to a speedy trial was violated. Kyle Roderick, of the 500 block of North Broadway Street, made his case in a handwritten motion last week. Roderick — who faces up to eight Read More... The post Accused meth maker says his rights were violated, asks for ...
24, Jul 2014 - Curly Gene Snowden
Curly Gene Snowden, 75, born August 24, 1938, in Rutland, Ohio, to George and Edith (Braley) Snowden, went to meet his Lord on Sunday, July 6, 2014. He passed away due to heart failure. Curly joined the U.S. Army at 16, serving in Louisiana, Texas, and Berlin, Germany. His unit guarded the Spandau Prison. After Read More... The post Curly Gene Snowden appeared first on The Medina County Gazette ...
24, Jul 2014 - Aaron Hernandez due in court for status hearing - Quincy Herald-Whig | Illinois & Missouri News, Sp
FALL RIVER, Mass. (AP) - Former New England Patriots star Aaron Hernandez is due back in court for a status hearing in his Massachusetts murder case. Hernandez has pleaded not guilty to killing semi-professional football player Odin Lloyd.
24, Jul 2014 - Legislative panel rejects $460,000 for ex-inmate
A legislative subcommittee Tuesday rejected a $460,000 Claims Commission award to a former Clark County man who served more than 11 years in prison before a special prosecutor dropped the charges against him.
24, Jul 2014 - Lawyers spar over effects of NC’s elections overhaul
The legal fight over some of the more controversial provisions of North Carolina’s elections overhaul bill brought an array of arguments and a crowd of lawyers to a federal courtroom… Click to Continue »
24, Jul 2014 - Man convicted in infant's death sentenced to 22 years
A Morgan County man convicted in connection with the death of his 4-month-old daughter was sentenced to 22 years in prison Tuesday morning.
24, Jul 2014 - Bankruptcy ruling on hold until Oct. 1
SACRAMENTO - Federal Judge Christopher Klein will not rule on Stockton's bankruptcy exit plan until at least October as he continues scrutinizing California's public-employee pension system, but he did make a determination Tuesday that rendered...
24, Jul 2014 - Apple, Las Vegas Sands, Fracking: Intellectual Property
Apple Inc. (AAPL) pushed organizations such as Major League Baseball to adopt its format for streaming live video, causing them to infringe a patent, a lawyer for Emblaze Ltd. (BLZ) told jurors at the start of a federal trial.
24, Jul 2014 - Missouri Senators Discuss Rulings on Federal Health Care Subsidies
WASHINGTON -- It is likely the U.S. Supreme Court will decide whether subsidies for insurance coverage under the federal healthcare reform law will continue to be available, after conflicting federal appeals court rulings about them this week. Senator Claire McCaskill (D-MO) One ruling upholds subsidies for insurance purchased on the federal exchange, one says the law only provides them for ...
24, Jul 2014 - Co-defendant in meth lab case says rights have been violated
MEDINA — A 31-year-old resident charged in a methamphetamine lab case in February has filed to have his case dismissed, claiming his right to a speedy trial was violated. Kyle Roderick, of the 500 block of North Broadway Street, made his case in a handwritten motion last week. Roderick — who faces up to eight Read More... The post Co-defendant in meth lab case says rights have been violated ...
24, Jul 2014 - Cook Sentenced to Life in Prison for Manistee County Murder
An update on a man who murdered another man in Manistee County. Toby Cook shot and killed Dennis Guenthardt at his home in Wellston in April of 2013. 
24, Jul 2014 - In our opinion: Pathway to 'Silicon Slopes' leads through relocation of state prison in Dra
This newspaper has long advocated ensuring that the needs and rehabilitation of inmates is uppermost in the public’s...
24, Jul 2014 - Illinois Supreme Court Won't Hear Term Limits Appeal
CHICAGO -- The Illinois Supreme Court won't review a lower court ruling barring a question on lawmaker term limits from appearing on November's ballot.
24, Jul 2014 - Bradenton babysitter facing child porn charges
A Bradenton woman faces 30-years in prison for taking pornographic pictures of a child she was babys
24, Jul 2014 - Execution Thursday for man convicted in Forsyth store manager’s murder
By: Newsroom Staff DAWSONVILLE — It was 23 years ago in April that the community was rocked by one of the most brutal murders in Dawson County’s history. Keith Lloyd Evans was driving home from his job as night manager of a small grocery story in nearby Cumming when he was run off the road and forced out of his truck. A short time later, Evans was shot, beaten to death and buried in a shallow ...
24, Jul 2014 - When SCOTUS still fixed things: What America looked like before the Warren Court
Earl Warren's Supreme Court changed the landscape of America forever. Here's how bad things had gotten
24, Jul 2014 - Getaway driver in string of bank robberies convicted of indecent exposure
A Colorado Springs man who was convicted of being the getaway driver in a string of robberies faced a jury for a different crime Wednesday. Brock Butson, 51,  was convicted of three counts of indecent exposure on July 23, 2014. In November 2013, reported that Butson faced trial on two counts of indecent exposure. That trial ended in a hung jury. On June 17, 2014, a jury found Butson ...
24, Jul 2014 - Reno man who killed wife, shot judge wants retrial
RENO, Nev. (AP) — A Reno man appealing his conviction for murdering his wife and trying to assassinate the judge handling their bitter divorce in 2006 believed he was justified in shooting a "corrupt" judge but worried about being viewed as a " 'nut-case' with a rifle," one of his lawyers wrote in a memo to co-counsel at the time.
24, Jul 2014 - Te Rangi, Henry omitted from Tall Blacks squad
Troubled Southland Sharks basketballers Reuben Te Rangi and Leon Henry have both been omitted from the 24 players who will trial for Nenad Vucinic’s Tall Blacks squad to attend the World Cup in Spain later this year.
24, Jul 2014 - Kentucky effort to resume executions hits snag; judge cites concerns about methods
FRANKFORT, Ky. — Kentucky's efforts to resume executions appeared to hit a snag Wednesday after a judge said he was concerned that officials want to use the same method that led to an execution that took 26 minutes in neighboring Ohio.
24, Jul 2014 - Watson murder trial to begin Sept. 29
Manzy C. Watson, the man accused in the 2012 stabbing death of his girlfriend, has been found competent to stand trial.
24, Jul 2014 - Man pleads guilty to reduced marijuana charge
CHARLESTON -- Both a prosecutor and a defense attorney said inconsistencies in the evidence against a former Charleston resident accused of marijuana trafficking led to a conviction on a reduced charge.
24, Jul 2014 - Judge concerned about 1-drug execution method
A Kentucky judge has expressed concerns about the state's plan to use a single drug to carry out lethal injections after the same method resulted in problems in neighboring Ohio.
24, Jul 2014 - Reno man says in murder appeal he didn't want to be viewed as 'nut-case with a rifle'
RENO, Nev. - A Reno man appealing his conviction for murdering his wife and trying to assassinate the judge handling their bitter divorce in 2006 believed he was justified in shooting a "corrupt" judge but worried about being viewed as a " 'nut-case' with a rifle," one of his lawyers wrote in a memo to co-counsel at the time.
24, Jul 2014 - Foul ball lawsuit against Atlanta Braves moves forward
The Georgia Court of Appeals has declined to dismiss a lawsuit filed against the Atlanta Braves by the father of a 6-year-old girl whose skull was shattered by a foul ball.
24, Jul 2014 - Suburban Chicago man admits filing false liens against officials
PEORIA — A suburban Chicago man has pleaded guilty to federal charges of obstructing justice and filing false retaliatory liens against government officials.Justice Department officials say 42-year-old Tyree Davis Sr. could face up to 40 years in prison at his sentencing October 15.A federal grand jury in Chicago returned an eight-count indictment last July charging Davis with obstruction of [...]
24, Jul 2014 - Can You Transfer to a Different Jail, Prison?
Being locked up in jail or prison can be pretty inconvenient, especially if you're far away from family members. So can you transfer to a different correctional facility?
24, Jul 2014 - Lawsuit over local Internet cafes headed to California Supreme Court
BAKERSFIELD, CA -- The fight continues between the Kern County District Attorney's office and Internet café owners. 17 news has learned the California Supreme Court will hear a civil case over local Internet cafes. In March, a Fresno appeals court sided with the county, allowed the Kern County District Attorney's office to issue a cease and desist order, stopping all gaming activity.  Bill ...
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