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30, Jan 2015 - J. Kevin Stockstill Named a 2015 LA Super Lawyer
Louisiana criminal defense attorney listed among state’s top defense attorneys. (PRWeb January 05, 2015) Read the full story at
30, Jan 2015 - 10 dead after Texas prison bus careens off overpass, is hit by train
At least 10 people were killed and five injured Wednesday when a prison bus apparently skidded off an icy overpass in West Texas and collided with a passing train, officials said.
30, Jan 2015 - 2014 Year in Review: Marriage, Muslims and the Abortion Pill Mandate
As the year comes to a close, many like to reflect on the significant stories that shaped the past twelve months. A number of major events affected Christians throughout 2014, from the U.S. Supreme Court decision upholding Hobby Lobby’s right to refuse to pay for abortifacient drugs, to the numerous court rulings nationwide striking down […]
30, Jan 2015 - Greg Hardy trial set to start Feb. 9
The domestic violence jury trial date for Carolina Panthers defensive end Greg Hardy has been set for Feb. 9, a source close to the situation told ESPN on Sunday.
30, Jan 2015 - Woman to become first participant in South Carolina’s first Homeless Court, a new front on aiding
Advocates for homeless hoping Homeless Court will succeed, become model for other South Carolina cities… Click to Continue »
30, Jan 2015 - NYC man sentenced in Va. for multi-state fraud, ID theft -
NEWPORT NEWS, Va. (AP) - A New York City man has been sentenced in Virginia to more than 14 years in prison for conspiracy to commit bank fraud and aggravated identity theft.
30, Jan 2015 - New Jersey tells court it's not bound to make pension contributions
A New Jersey judge is weighing whether she has the power to force Gov. Chris Christie and the Legislature to make promised payments to public employee pension funds.
30, Jan 2015 - US Supreme Court won't hear appeal by convicted killer
U.S. Supreme Court has refused to hear James E. Cooke Jr.'s appeal of his conviction and death sentence for killing a University of Delaware student.
30, Jan 2015 - Saudi airman imprisoned for raping boy in Las Vegas
LAS VEGAS – A Saudi Arabian Air Force sergeant who arrived in Las Vegas for New Year’s Eve two years ago may never get to leave Nevada after being sentenced Wednesday to a minimum of 35 years in state prison for kidnapping and raping a 13-year-old boy at a Las Vegas Strip hotel.
30, Jan 2015 - Officials: Burned Pennsylvania prison must be torn down
The more than century-old central Pennsylvania prison ravaged by fire will be torn down.
30, Jan 2015 - Hearing set for prisoner who claims innocence in 1976 double murder
A three-judge panel will convene Friday in Columbus County to hear the case of a man who says he was wrongly convicted of a double murder 38 years ago and that evidence proves it.
30, Jan 2015 - Alvin man linked to double murder headed for N.C.
COURT APPEARANCE - West Virginia State Police officers bring Edward Campbell of Alvin into the Greenbrier County Magistrate Court for a preliminary hearing on Wednesday.
30, Jan 2015 - Former drilling exec sentenced to 8 years; must repay $9M
PITTSBURGH (AP) - The former chief operating officer of a western Pennsylvania drilling company has been sentenced to more than eight years in federal prison.
30, Jan 2015 - Sacramento Crime Victims Rally Canceled Over Worries About Anti-Police Protests
Harriet Salarno, founder of Crime Victims United of California, said Wednesday that demonstrators have shown up at the National Crime Victims' Rights Week march and rally each of the last two years.
30, Jan 2015 - Wrongly Convicted Man Dies After $7.5 Million Lawsuit Win, Dan Gristwood Spent 9 Years Behind Bars
Dan Gristwood, a man who won a $7.5 million legal judgement for a wrongful conviction that put him behind bars for nine years, has died just four months after finally receiving the money that was meant to compensate him for his ruined life — a life that was destroyed by a false confession coerced by Wrongly Convicted Man Dies After $7.5 Million Lawsuit Win, Dan Gristwood Spent 9 Years Behind ...
30, Jan 2015 - Court allows Texas execution (UPDATED)
UPDATE: After a twenty-seven minute procedure, Robert Ladd was pronounced dead at 7:02 p.m. Central time. ————– The Supreme Court on Thursday evening cleared the way for Texas to execute death-row inmate Robert Charles Ladd, a new indication that the Justices will leave states with wide leeway to carry out the death penalty. With no […]
30, Jan 2015 - New Mexico lawmaker seeks tougher child sex-crime penalties
SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) - A New Mexico lawmaker is pushing legislation that would toughen penalties for people convicted of child sex crimes and make them easier to prosecute. State Rep. Sharon Clahchischilliage pre-filed a bill this month that would increase prison time for anyone in a position of authority ...
30, Jan 2015 - Bloomfield man indicted in alleged mortgage scheme
Mercer County Superior Court Judge Pedro J. Jimenez Jr. announced the indictment of a Bloomfield man, among 12 people, charged by the New Jersey Attorney General's Office. They are accused of operating a mortgage fraud scheme using straw purchasers to defraud banks, while netting close to $1 million.
30, Jan 2015 - State high court's vote affecting Scout affiliation stirs debate anew
When the California Supreme Court voted last week to prohibit state judges from belonging to nonprofit youth organizations that practice discrimination, Julia Kelety was not surprised.
30, Jan 2015 - Man sentenced to 30 years for UMKC student's murder
A 22-year-old Kansas City man was sentenced today to 30 years in prison for the 2013 murder of a University of Missouri-Kansas City student, Jackson County Prosecutor Jean Peters Baker announced Friday.
30, Jan 2015 - Pac-12 men’s hoops face Sundays, Bloody Sundays on the road
One of the striking facts of life in today’s Pac-12 is the perils of playing on the road on Sunday. It’s become easier to win inside Folsom Prison than it is if you’re a visitor playing on the Sabbath.
30, Jan 2015 - Denver federal court: Woman pleads guilty to tax fraud
A woman who systematically doctored tax returns to get clients inflated refunds pleaded guilty in U.
30, Jan 2015 - Ex-controller of Connecticut hedge fund pleads guilty over theft
The former controller of Contrarian Capital Management LLC pleaded guilty on Thursday to one count of wire fraud stemming from his embezzlement of more than $9 million from the Connecticut hedge fund, federal prosecutors said. Lawrence Herzing, 45, of Greenwich, Connecticut, entered his plea before U.S. District Judge Jeffrey Alker Meyer in Bridgeport, Connecticut. Prosecutors said Herzing is ...
30, Jan 2015 - Fate of thousands at stake in drug lab court arguments
The state's highest court is hearing arguments in a case that could determine the fate of thousands of people convicted of drug crimes based on tainted evidence.
30, Jan 2015 - Hughes sworn in as Luzerne County president judge
Back when Richard Hughes was a young lawyer, he answered a newspaper advertisement placed by Correale Stevens, Luzerne County’s district attorney at the time. Stevens recalls that he sensed Hughes was smart, courteous and ethical, and offered him a job as
30, Jan 2015 - Former Alderson, WV prison employee admits touching inmate's breasts
Lewisburg, WV resident Richard Canterbury, 50, admits that while he was working in the garage at the federal prison in Alderson he touched an inmate's breasts.
30, Jan 2015 - Lodi teacher who injured officer in alleged drunk driving crash due in court
Michael Ettz is under indictment on aggravated assault and other charges for the April incident on Route 46 in Lodi.
30, Jan 2015 - Qatari man once imprisoned in US as an enemy combatant over support for al-Qaida returns home
A Qatari man declared an enemy combatant by the Bush administration following the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks and imprisoned over links to al-Qaida has returned home to the Gulf nation after quietly being released by U.S. authorities.
30, Jan 2015 - New York man sentenced to 15 years for aiding al Qaeda
© REUTERS/Jane Rosenberg A courtroom sketch shows Wesam El-Hanafi at the New York federal court January 20, 2015. Hanafi, 39, accused of directing an associate to conduct surveillance of the New York Stock Exchange at the behest of an al Qaeda operative, was sentenced to 15 years in prison on Tuesday at the court.
30, Jan 2015 - Ex-firefighter gets reduced sentence in child luring case -
MAYS LANDING, N.J. (AP) - A former Atlantic City firefighter convicted of trying to have a sex with an online acquaintance he thought was a 14-year-old girl has had his sentence reduced.
30, Jan 2015 - State regulates Lyft and Uber, so Lexington won't need its own ordinance, attorneys say
Lexington and other cities will not have to enact their own ordinances for ride-sharing companies now that the state has enacted its own regulations, city attorneys told the Urban County… Click to Continue »
30, Jan 2015 - Revoked Doctor Filing Court Appeal In Assisted Suicide Case
A Baltimore anesthesiologist who advised people on methods of suicide is appealing his Maryland medical license revocation.
30, Jan 2015 - Man serving life sentence in Montana charged with Virginia bombings
BILLINGS - A man serving a life sentence in Montana for attempted murder has been charged in Virginia with bombing the homes of a police detective and ex-fiance.
30, Jan 2015 - A unanimous Supreme Court endorses religious liberties in prison: In Plain English
Last fall, the Court heard oral arguments in Holt v. Hobbs, an Arkansas prisoner’s challenge to a state prison policy that prohibits him from growing the beard that he believes his religion – Islam – requires. It’s an interesting case, but it drew even more attention because of the close parallels to last year’s high-profile […]
30, Jan 2015 - Mug shots: Dozens of Aryan gangsters get 909 years in fed-led probe
Dozens of Aryan Brotherhood of Texas gangsters and their associates were sentenced to a total of 909 years in federal prison without the possibility of parole as a Houston-based probe, which reached into nearly every region of the state, largely wrapped up in 2014. Only one more gang member and one more associate await sentencing, and face 10 years to life.
30, Jan 2015 - Victim's family 'sad, angry, in shock' after parole granted to convicted murderer Cook
Family members of murder victim Charles Duty are shocked and angered that the Kansas Prisoner Review Board has granted parole to convicted killer Kenneth Cook.
30, Jan 2015 - Source: Hardy assault trial set to start Feb. 9
The domestic violence jury trial date for Carolina Panthers defensive end Greg Hardy has been set for Feb. 9, a source close to the situation told ESPN on Sunday.
30, Jan 2015 - Santa Clara County: Rosen sworn in to second term, sidesteps state attorney general talk
Jeff Rosen was formally sworn in for his second term as Santa Clara County's district attorney Tuesday, and the ceremony had everything one could expect for such an occasion, plus a tantalizing hint at a possible run for higher office.
30, Jan 2015 - US prison program produces business plans
A Texas prison program that aims to equip inmates with business skills could help reduce the number of prisoners reoffending once released.
30, Jan 2015 - Texas county to allow indigent defendants to pick own lawyers
By Jim Forsyth SAN ANTONIO (Reuters) - Everybody who has ever watched a television crime drama knows the line where suspects are advised of their rights guaranteed under the U.S. Constitution that include, "if you cannot afford a lawyer, one will be appointed for you." Starting on Monday, defendants in one central Texas county will be told as part of that warning that if they cannot afford a ...
30, Jan 2015 - Cooper tells Democrats it’s not early to think about 2016
RALEIGH — Prepping for a run to try to unseat Gov. Pat McCrory in 2016, Attorney General Roy Cooper said Tuesday he’ll keep speaking out against GOP policies he believes are harming the middle class and teachers in the upcoming General Assembly session.
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