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16, Sep 2014 - Judge in Pistorius trial faces criticism
Several legal groups in South Africa have expressed concern about threats and harsh criticism of the judge who found Oscar Pistorius guilty of culpable homicide, but not guilty of the more serious charge of murder.
16, Sep 2014 - Pierce Guest: Why the privacy of a public employeeâ€™s cellphone matters
The U.S. Supreme Court Riley decision speaks to the privacy rights of all in the digital age, including public employees, writes guest columnist Mark Lindquist.
16, Sep 2014 - Ex-South Dakota prosecutor pleads not guilty to child rape charges
PIERRE -- A former South Dakota county prosecutor has pleaded not guilty to child rape charges. Former Walworth County State's Attorney Christopher Jansen on Tuesday entered his plea at the federal court in Pierre.
16, Sep 2014 - Raleigh Charges dropped against protestor
RALEIGH (AP) â€” A Wake County Superior Court judge has dismissed a trespassing case against a protester arrested at the N.C. Legislative Building, a ruling that could have an impact on future cases.
16, Sep 2014 - Hidalgo Texas Teen Sentenced In Crash That Killed 9 Immigrants
A Texas teenager is headed to prison for a crash that killed nine immigrants in 2012.
16, Sep 2014 - Idaho Ex-lawyer for Aryan Nations dies during murder plot prison term
By Alex Dobuzinskis LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Former Idaho attorney Edgar Steele, who once represented the Aryan Nations white supremacist group and expressed his own anti-Semitic and racist views, has died in California while serving a 50-year prison sentence for soliciting murder, a prison official said on Friday. Steele, 69, was taken to a hospital near the federal prison where he was ...
16, Sep 2014 - Midland Man accused of punching in womanâ€™s teeth in parking lot
A 29-year-old Midland man was arrested Saturday for allegedly punching a womanâ€™s teeth in during a disturbance at the Best Buy parking lot, according to court documents.
16, Sep 2014 - AGs team up against EPA rules
ASHLAND -- West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey and Kentucky Attorney General Jack Conway joined officials from 10 other states, including Ohio, in asking for an expedited federal appellate court ruling on tougher proposed federal Environmental Protection Agency performance standards for existing power plants.
16, Sep 2014 - Hardin Death sentence of 6-time killer upheld in Kentucky
The Kentucky Supreme Court has upheld a death sentence for a six-time convicted killer in a 1991 shooting.
16, Sep 2014 - Iron Prosecutors to seek death penalty in cellmate killing
Prosecutors have filed notice that they intend to seek the death penalty against Steven Crutcher, 33, who is accused of...
16, Sep 2014 - New Hanover Man pleads guilty to sex trafficking charges
A Wilmington man was sentenced to prison for more than 11 years Tuesday after pleading guilty to sex trafficking charges
16, Sep 2014 - Houston Texas executes man for 1993 double slaying
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