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06, Mar 2015 - Smith Virginia man sentenced to 16 years in prison for his role in home invasions targeting alleged drug
Robert L. Barcliff, Keith Glenn, Robert Jared Smith and William Seltzer admitted the ring targeted drug dealers, believing they'd have drugs, drug money and weapons on hand and would be less likely to call police.
06, Mar 2015 - Colbert Alabama Marriage Equality Update - 2/13/15
More counties got on board the marriage equality bandwagon today, and opponents gnashed their teeth. Hey, haters gonna hate. As of this morning, the number of counties issuing marriage licenses to same sex couples had jumped again, in response to the Federal Judge's chastising of Mobile County.
06, Mar 2015 - Hawaii Hawaii hospital may be required to hire convicted felon
(3/6) As overtime litigation continues to clog the courts, employers' frustration continues to rise. Many companies have adopted timekeeping policies intended to decrease the risk of litigation, and some employers have attempted to assert the existence of such policies as a complete defense to overtime claims.
06, Mar 2015 - Salem Suspended Salem police officer sentenced on corruption charges
A former Salem police officer was sentenced Monday in Roanoke Federal Court for corruption charges.
06, Mar 2015 - Sherburne Lawyers: Evidence shows Saudi Arabia aided 9/11 hijackers
NEW YORK — Lawyers for victims of the Sept. 11 attacks say they have new evidence that agents of Saudi Arabia "directly and knowingly" helped the hijackers, including sworn testimony from the so-called 20th hijacker and from three principals of the U.S. government's two primary probes of the attacks. The Embassy of Saudi Arabia in Washington said in a statement Wednesday that Zacarias Moussaoui ...
06, Mar 2015 - Termination case dismissed due to employee's destruction of evidence
(2/13) A federal judge in Hawaii recently dismissed a case brought by a former Lockheed Martin employee who claimed he was constructively discharged after he complained about illegal gambling in the workplace. After finding that the employee destroyed relevant evidence in the case, the judge agreed with the employer that the case should be dismissed as a sanction.
06, Mar 2015 - Ariel There's No Fix if Court Kills Obamacare Subsidies: Admin
The Obama administration says there would be no way to fix the health care system administratively if the Supreme Court rules against the government in the Obamacare case to be argued next week.
06, Mar 2015 - LightSquared preps for tough trial on latest bankruptcy plan
By Nick Brown NEW YORK (Reuters) - LightSquared gained momentum this week in its effort to end its three-year bankruptcy after a judge dealt a blow to its main creditor and adversary, Charles Ergen, ahead of a week-long trial on its latest debt restructuring plan. LightSquared, the would-be wireless provider owned by Phil Falcone's Harbinger Capital Partners hedge fund, on Monday will begin ...
06, Mar 2015 - Vienna The Philippines is the 19th Country to Clear CEL-SCI for Patient Enrollment in Its Phase III Head a
CEL-SCI Corporation today announced that the Philippines Regulatory Agency has cleared the Company to commence patient enrollment of the Phase III head and neck cancer trial of its investigational cancer immunotherapy treatment Multikine* in the Philippines.
06, Mar 2015 - Duval Prosecutor on no jail time for Cuba: 'I was prosecuting him for Allied, not for being a jerk fo
When statewide prosecutor Nick Cox took over the Allied Veterans of the World case, he intended for Nelson Cuba to go jail. And he knew a lot of people in Duval County wanted that to happen.
06, Mar 2015 - Las Vegas Nevada rancher's son gets prison for 2013 felony convictions
LAS VEGAS (AP) — An adult son of southern Nevada rancher and states' rights advocate Cliven Bundy was sentenced Wednesday to two to eight years in state prison, two years after a judge gave him one chance at probation on two felony convictions.
06, Mar 2015 - New York With a nod and a wink, Republicans build 2016 campaign machines
By Emily Flitter NEW YORK (Reuters) - Asked last week about his agenda if elected, presumptive Republican presidential candidate Scott Walker began: "Should I choose to be a candidate..." Then he added with a grin: "My lawyers love it when I say that." Like the other would-be Republican candidates who took the stage over three days in Washington at the Conservative Political Action ...