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11, Mar 2014 - Judge mulls tribe case venue
A federal judge is expected to decide in the coming weeks whether to send the state’s case against the Wampanoag Tribe of Aquinnah back to state court, where the tribe’s plan to convert an unfinished community center on Martha’s Vineyard into a electronic bingo hall would likely be rejected because the tribe has not obtained a license from the Massachusetts Gaming Commission. Judge F. Dennis ...
11, Mar 2014 - San Diego La Jolla Pharmaceutical Company Reports Positive, Top-Line Results from Phase 2 Clinical Trial of G
La Jolla Pharmaceutical Company today announced positive top-line results from its randomized, placebo-controlled Phase 2 trial of GCS-100 in chronic kidney disease .
11, Mar 2014 - Princeton woman pleads guilty to selling pain pills
BECKLEY, W.Va. – United States Attorney Booth Goodwin announced today that Kristi Ball, 39, of Princeton, West Virginia, pled guilty in federal court in Bluefield to distributing hydromorphone, a powerful
11, Mar 2014 - Summit Fast Food Robber Stripped Clothes After Hold-Ups
SUMMIT COUNTY, Ohio — An Akron man will spend 15 years in prison after robbing two local fast food restaurants,...
11, Mar 2014 - Keokuk Trial to show Iowa's tough stance on felon voting
The trial of an ex-felon charged with illegally voting is expected to showcase Iowa's unusually harsh policies toward voting rights for former offenders.
11, Mar 2014 - Federal judge strikes down Virginia law banning same-sex marriage
Today's federal district court decision striking down Virginia's ban on same-sex marriage is part of a growing trend. It follows on the heels of similar rulings in New Mexico and Utah.
11, Mar 2014 - Idaho couples ask judge to rule on gay marriage
BOISE, Idaho (AP) — Four couples suing the state over Idaho's ban on same-sex marriage are asking a federal judge to rule in their favor without a trial, contending the facts of the case and recent federal court rulings elsewhere make it clear that Idaho's marriage laws violate the Constitution.
11, Mar 2014 - Seattle Pearl Jam's former financial manager sentenced to prison for theft
(Corrects headline of February 28 story to reflect Goodrich is a former CFO for Pearl Jam, not the band's former manager) SEATTLE (Reuters) - Pearl Jam's former financial manager, who used his position with the rock band to steal $380,000, was sentenced on Friday to 14 months in prison at a court hearing in Washington state, an official said. Rickey Charles Goodrich, 55, had initially faced 33 ...
11, Mar 2014 - Hernando Supreme Court skeptical of IQ scores in deciding executions
WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court appeared likely Monday to say that states can’t rely on intelligence test scores alone in borderline cases to determine that a death row inmate is mentally able and thus eligible to be executed.
11, Mar 2014 - Palm Beach Legal issues line up in the school bus crash of Aaron Beauchamp
Story By Karl Man / CBS 12 News WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. - Defects and death. That's the central argument from attorneys today in a press conference surrounding the Aaron Beauchamp tragedy. The 9-year-old died in a school bus accident in Saint Lucie County back in 2012. ...
11, Mar 2014 - State's high court ousts county judge
An Indiana judge who was removed from the bench against her will engaged in a pattern of official misconduct, including failing to order a new trial for a defendant whose conviction had been reversed years earlier and insulting attorneys and her staff in profane terms, the state Supreme Court found.
11, Mar 2014 - Irvine Judge overturns jury verdict against California lawyer in Arizona murder, orders new trial
A judge in Phoenix has ordered a new trial for a California divorce attorney accused of killing his stepdaughter's husband, finding the evidence didn't support a jury's guilty verdict against the lawyer.