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Lawsuit Filed Against Jody Kriss, Former Bayrock Executive & Founder of East River Partners
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Second Oregon sex offender at Umatilla prison dies unexpectedly in just nine days
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04, Mar 2015 - Man sentenced to life in prison for Columbia homicide
COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) — A man who arranged the shooting death of a disabled man he cared for has been sentenced to life in prison without parole.
04, Mar 2015 - Legislators open session, this time faced with the legacy of 'cannibalizing' Florida's
The two DVDs were only minutes long but they depicted deplorable conditions in the state’s prison system: uninhabitable dorms, inmate-on-staff assaults and roofs that were so porous that prison staff rigged sheets of cardboard to serve as makeshift gutters.
04, Mar 2015 - Former school board president facing 31 years for child porn charges
Catholic school volunteer teacher, 53, pleaded guilty to 19 counts. A former Nordonia Hills Board of Education president pleaded guilty Monday to multiple child pornography charges and faces more than three decades in prison when he is sentenced next month.
04, Mar 2015 - Prosecution rests in 'American Sniper' trial in Texas
Prosecutors rested their case Tuesday in the trial of a former Marine charged with killing "American Sniper" author Chris Kyle and another man.
04, Mar 2015 - US contractor wants Abu Ghraib lawsuit scrapped
A US defense contractor that provided interrogators to Abu Ghraib prison in Iraq sought to have a federal judge dismiss a lawsuit because its employees were working under military control in wartime. Four former inmates of the notorious prison, where horrific abuses took place during the Iraq war that damaged US credibility, have sued CACI International Inc. for torturing them ahead of ...
04, Mar 2015 - Verdict reached in 'American Sniper' trial
Eddie Ray Routh, 27, was immediately sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole for the killings of famed sniper Chris Kyle and his friend Chad Littlefield at a Texas shooting range in February 2013.
04, Mar 2015 - Milford man sentenced to five years for heroin sale linked to overdose death
NEW HAVEN, Conn. (AP) — A Connecticut man has been sentenced to more than five years in prison for distributing heroin linked to an overdose death.
04, Mar 2015 - Ex-Rhode Island speaker to plead guilty to federal charges - Quincy Herald-Whig | Illinois & Missou
PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) - Former House Speaker Gordon Fox was charged and agreed to plead guilty to bribery, wire fraud and filing a false tax return following an investigation that included a dramatic federal raid on the Statehouse, according to court documents unsealed Tuesday.
04, Mar 2015 - Liam Gallagher ordered to face ex lover for the first time in child support case
Liam Gallagher will be forced to face his ex mistress for the first time since she fell pregnant with his baby after a judge ordered he is to face a trial over the maintenance payments for his daughters.
04, Mar 2015 - Man arrested in Del Taco, Subway robberies near UCF
Orange County deputies arrested a man on Thursday who they say robbed a Del Taco and a Subway near the University of Central Florida. Alvin Slaughter, 31, was recently released from prison in Tennessee after serving an 11-year sentence for aggravated robbery, according to deputies. Deputies said Slaughter reached through the drive-through window and robbed the Del Taco at 12025 Collegiate Way on ...
04, Mar 2015 - Mississippi nurse sentenced to life for 2012 killing of lover in Silver Spring
Silver Spring man was killed in his bed in 2012
04, Mar 2015 - M. Swimming. SMU Hosts Time Trials, Senior Day On Saturday
DALLAS (SMU) - The SMU men's swimming and diving team hosts a pre-conference exhibition time trial on Saturday, Feb. 7 at 1 p.m. CT at the Carroll ISD Aquatic Center in Southlake, Texas.
04, Mar 2015 - Ex-Missouri sheriff pleads guilty to stealing property
ST. CLAIR, Mo. _ A former Missouri county sheriff pleaded guilty to stealing property that had been recovered in criminal cases. Federal prosecutors say 47-year-old Ronald Snodgrass of El Dorado, Missouri, pleaded guilty in federal court Tuesday to theft from programs receiving federal funds. Snodgrass also admitted that he sold a stolen firearm. Snodgrass served […]
04, Mar 2015 - Supreme Court 'Obamacare' Case Would Impact Illinois, Wisconsin
WTVO/ABC NEWS -- The Affordable Care Act, a.k.a., Obamacare, dodged a bullet in 2012 when the Supreme Court upheld the individual mandate. Wednesday, it faces a second major legal challenge; this one to the taxpayer-funded premium subsidies that underpin the entire law. The nine justices will hear arguments over whether it’s legal to give out the subsidies in 34 states where the federal ...
04, Mar 2015 - Man spends 6 months in prison for killing wife
A 91-year-old Avon man is getting out of prison early for murdering his wife in a so-called mercy killing.
04, Mar 2015 - 4 men found with stolen financial information sentenced
Federal prosecutors say four men who were found with hundreds of stolen bank and credit account numbers have been sentenced to prison.
04, Mar 2015 - Man accused of armed robbery, claims kidnapping threat drove him to it
BENNINGTON >> A local prosecutor said that drugs, not a kidnapping situation, was behind an incident that's being charged as an armed robbery. Destin J. Greene, 24, of Bennington, pleaded not guilty Thursday in Vermont Superior Court to assault and robbery with injury, two counts of aggravated assault with a weapon, grand larceny, possessing a weapon while committing a crime, and a
04, Mar 2015 - Northern California pot grower convicted of murdering worker
A Humboldt County marijuana grower will be sentenced in federal court in San Francisco on June 3 for the shooting murder of one of his workers.
04, Mar 2015 - Supreme Court: Could Obamacare ruling destroy health insurance for millions?
If the Supreme Court strikes down subsidies offered through Obamacare's federal exchange, the business model on which the program is founded could fall apart.
04, Mar 2015 - Man to face third trial in five years
For the third time in five years, a Mesa resident is scheduled to stand trial in Mesa County on child sexual assault charges.
04, Mar 2015 - DC Legalizes Pot, Despite Threats From Congress
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The District of Columbia defied threats from Congress and moved forward Thursday with legalizing possession of marijuana after a voter-approved initiative. Despite last-minute maneuvers by Republican leaders in Congress and threats that city leaders could face prison time, D. ...
04, Mar 2015 - Family fights killer’s release: Man imprisoned for 1990 murder in Foster City
The family of Foster City murder victim Sandra Swiggard is pleading with Gov. Jerry Brown to keep her killer in prison after a parole board recommended his release last week.
04, Mar 2015 - Defense rests in trial of man found with 5 bodies in yard
The defense has rested in the trial of a man charged with strangling a Pennsylvania pharmacist and his girlfriend and burying them on his property, where at least three other bodies were found. Prosecutors allege Hugo Selenski and a co-conspirator tortured Michael Kerkowski as part of a robbery, then killed him and his girlfriend, Tammy Fassett. The victims' bodies were found buried in Selenski ...
04, Mar 2015 - Federal probe of Ferguson police reveals pattern of racial bias
A Justice Department investigation will allege sweeping patterns of discrimination within the Ferguson police department and at the municipal jail and court, a law enforcement official familiar with the report said Tuesday. The report, which could be released as soon as Wednesday, will charge that police disproportionately use excessive force against blacks and that black drivers are stopped and ...
04, Mar 2015 - Central California Prison Inmate Dies Weeks After Cell Assault
California corrections officials say an inmate at Corcoran state prison has died weeks after an assault from his cellmate.
04, Mar 2015 - Few clues in fatal Ogden shooting; suspect at large
Ogden police, still lacking suspect details in a Monday night shooting death, issued an appeal to the public for information pointing them toward the person or persons responsible for the slaying. Ogden police Lt. Danielle Croyle said on Tuesday that...
04, Mar 2015 - Hewitt Man Goes On Trial On Marijuana Trafficking Charge
A Hewitt man was set to begin trial on Monday in federal court on a charge he and several family members were growing marijuana in California and bringing it to Waco for sale.
04, Mar 2015 - Drew Peterson pleads not guilty in murder-for-hire plot
CHESTER, Ill. — Drew Peterson, a former suburban Chicago police officer convicted of killing his third wife and suspected in his fourth wife's disappearance, pleaded not guilty Tuesday to trying to hire someone to kill the prosecutor who helped put him in prison. Peterson's feet were shackled as he waived a preliminary hearing in the court in Randolph County in southern Illinois. He was charged ...
04, Mar 2015 - Corpus Christi man with millions of child porn images gets 8-year term
CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas - A South Texas man who downloaded more than 5 million pornographic images has been sentenced to eight years in federal prison.
04, Mar 2015 - Reply ordered in nuptials case
U.S. District Judge Kristine Baker on Tuesday directed attorneys for the state to respond by Monday to a request that she lift a stay on enforcement of her Nov. 25 order declaring the state's ban on same-sex marriages unconstitutional.
04, Mar 2015 - Probation Department not opposed to father of Discovery shooter's early release
The Coordinator of County Probation in Madison County has responded to a judge's request for policies concerning early release from probation.
04, Mar 2015 - Historian files petition to make Billy the Kid's death date official
Washington, Mar 1 (ANI): An Arizona historian, who wants to settle questions about whether the infamous outlaw, Billy the Kid, was actually killed in 1881, has filed a petition at a district court in Fort Sumner a to make the death date official. Historian Robert Stahl believes that Lincoln County Sheriff Pat Garrett shot and killed the notorious bandit, who had escaped from the Lincoln County ...
04, Mar 2015 - Utah State Prison lockdown partly lifted
Some facilities at the Utah State Prison have resumed normal operations after an inmate died on Tuesday.
04, Mar 2015 - Federal jury convicts owner of closed Pasco electrical contracting business of violating tax laws
Maria E. Townsend, an owner of a Pasco electrical installation contracting business, faces prison time after a federal jury convicted her of using withheld payroll taxes to buy several personal… Click to Continue »
04, Mar 2015 - Nampa Bank Robber Sent Back to Prison for ... Bank Robbery
BOISE | Ricky Allen Fisher spent three days last spring riding a cross-country bus to the Treasure Valley from Florida. Fisher, from Nampa, returned to Idaho after spending more than six years in federal prison after he was convicted of bank robbery.
04, Mar 2015 - Supreme Court asked to reduce Coleman’s bank robbery conviction, sentence
Gary Leland Coleman admitted taking money from New Bloomfield’s Bank Star One branch at 9:18 a.m. on Oct. 6, 2012. So, attorney Amy Bartholow told the Missouri Supreme Court on Tuesday that Coleman should be convicted of “stealing,” not second-degree robbery.
04, Mar 2015 - 'American Sniper' trial set to resume, weather permitting
STEPHENVILLE, Texas (AP) — Jurors who rejected an insanity defense and convicted a former Marine in the deaths of famed "American Sniper" author Chris Kyle and his friend said Wednesday the man's past behavior undermined his argument that he couldn't tell right from wrong.
04, Mar 2015 - Australian court backs finding radio royal prank call broke law
Australia's High Court on Wednesday backed the broadcasting watchdog's finding that an Australian radio station broke the law with a prank call to a British hospital taking care of the pregnant Duchess of Cambridge, paving the way for penalties. Two presenters at Sydney's 2Day FM called the London hospital in December 2012, pretending to be Queen Elizabeth and Prince Charles. On Wednesday, the ...
04, Mar 2015 - Catholic priest pleads guilty to helping imprisoned Chicago mob killer
A Catholic priest pleaded guilty Wednesday to helping a mob killer try to recover a rare multimillion-dollar violin once owned by Liberace.
04, Mar 2015 - Man Pleads Guilty to Having Drugs, Leading Police on Chase
A 31-year-old man has pleaded guilty in Woodbury County District Court to leading police on a high-speed chase and possessing drugs in October.
04, Mar 2015 - Liam Gallagher could owe baby mama a fortune
The Oasis rocker has repeatedly failed to show up to court hearings about his daughter with journalist Liza Ghorbani.
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