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27, Mar 2015 - North Carolina judge denies most voter ID motions
A North Carolina state judge has declined for now to strike down or uphold photo identification requirements to vote in person starting in 2016.
27, Mar 2015 - Investigation clears Campbell Memorial principal
AKRON, Ohio (AP) - A northeast Ohio man convicted in the slayings of his ex-girlfriend and their 5-year-old son has been sentenced to life in prison without parole. A jury had voted to spare 41-year-old Daniel Tighe from a potential death sentence.
27, Mar 2015 - Wilkes Public Safety Officials: NC Prison Officers Are Getting More Threats From Prison Gangs | WUNC
Corrections officers from North Carolina prisons could carry concealed firearms while off duty without a permit under a legislative proposal that seeks to help them protect themselves from a growing number of threats from prison gangs.
27, Mar 2015 - Reports on Bolanos being reviewed by state
Photo by Daniel Freel/New Jersey Herald - Mirna Bolanos, right, of Hopatcong, speaks to her defense attorney, David Nufrio, during her status conference in State Superior Court in Newton on Monday.
27, Mar 2015 - Miller Victim's dad says 'no winners' in plea deal for 'Midnight Rider' director
Richard Jones, father of the 27-year-old camera assistant killed on the set of "Midnight Rider" last year, expressed support for a plea agreement that will result in a two-year prison sentence for the director of the film.
27, Mar 2015 - Massachusetts man accused of Vermont deer hunting violations
BENNINGTON >> A Massachusetts man is accused of not reporting two deer shot in Vermont, one of them an illegal "button buck," and taking the meat across state lines. Steven G. Wauzinski, 60, pleaded not guilty Monday in Vermont Superior Court to misdemeanor charges of taking a deer out of season, possessing a big game animal taken during a closed season, and failing to report the taking of
27, Mar 2015 - Irony Alert: Firing Squad May Be Todayâ€™s Most Humane Way to Carry Out the Death Penalty
Last week, Utahâ€™s legislature passed a measure to effectively resurrect the option to execute death row inmates by firing squad. The measure must be signed by Gov. Gary Herbert, a Republican. This means we may soon see the first execution by firing squad in the U.S. since Ronnie Lee Gardnerâ€™s in 2010. Up to that point, Utah was the last state where a condemned inmate could choose firing squad ...
27, Mar 2015 - Franklin Hernandez defense tries to knock down tire track testimony
FALL RIVER, Mass. (AP) â€” A lawyer for former NFL star Aaron Hernandez has gone after a Massachusetts state trooper who testified that a tire track made at the scene of the crime matched a tire on a car that ex-New England Patriots player was driving the night of the killing. Hernandez has pleaded not [â€¦]
27, Mar 2015 - Bartow Polk County School Board to Challenge Approval Of Discovery High School
Discovery High School may have won the state's blessing for its charter application last month, but the Polk County School Board is moving to block it through the 2nd District Court of Appeal.
27, Mar 2015 - Fairfax Virginia Man Sentenced in $200K Jewelry Store Robbery
A Virginia man has been sentenced to 15 years in prison for his role in a robbery of a jewelry store in Frederick, Maryland, in which $200,000 worth of Rolex watches were stolen.
27, Mar 2015 - Sherman UPDATE: Both Mack Alford prison escapees captured in Kansas
STRINGTOWN, OK -- Both of the men who escaped late Sunday from the Mack Alford Correctional Center have now been captured.
27, Mar 2015 - Yakima Council to discuss ACLU as deadlines near
Mon, 16 Mar 2015 23:48:17 GMT By Mike Faulk Yakima Herald-Republic The Yakima City Council on Tuesday will discuss potential responses to a judgeâ€™s order to reform city elections as the deadline for an appeal nears. The council scheduled a 15-minute executive session immediately before its 6 p.m. business meeting Tuesday at City Hall. The executive session will be behind closed doors; the ...