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01, Feb 2015 - Ex-executive seeks to toss Medicaid suit extortion claims
A former executive who sued a firm managing part of the privatized Medicaid program in Kansas asked a judge Monday to toss out counterclaims accusing her of trying to extort $3 million, calling those claims ...
01, Feb 2015 - Santa Fe Prosecutors seek $250K fine for convicted former sheriff
SANTA FE (AP) – Federal prosecutors want a judge to impose a $250,000 fine and a stiff prison sentence on a former New Mexico sheriff. Forme…
01, Feb 2015 - Des Moines Iowa prison construction delay probe sought
DES MOINES | The speaker of the Iowa House has called for a legislative investigation into delays in the opening of a new maximum security prison.
01, Feb 2015 - Jefferson East Texan indicted on Federal Income Tax Charges
A 37-year-old Palestine, Texas man has been charged with federal income tax violations in the Eastern District of Texas, announced U.S. Attorney John M. Bales Monday.
01, Feb 2015 - Georgia inmate executed after Supreme Court declines appeal
Georgia death row inmate Warren Lee Hill was executed on Tuesday after the US Supreme Court rejected arguments that Mr. Hill had an intellectual disability that rendered his execution unconstitutional. Justices Stephen Breyer and Sonia Sotomayor said they would have granted the request to stay the execution. In filings to the Supreme Court, Hill’s lawyer, Brian Kammer of the Georgia Resource ...
01, Feb 2015 - Leesburg Sean Stanton: Clinical trials in Central Florida increasing
Sean Stanton is the co-owner and CEO of Compass Research, a clinical-trial company in Orlando. With nearly two decades of experience in the field, Stanton and his partners established Compass in 2006. Company officials said that they grew by 25 percent between 2013 and 2014. By 2014, they had...
01, Feb 2015 - Texas criminal court halts Wednesday execution of Garcia White
Garcia White's lawyers argued he may have been mentally impaired when he waived his right to an attorney during interrogations. Read more
01, Feb 2015 - Cass No jail time for woman who faked daughter's cancer
An Iowa woman who lied about her daughter's cancer diagnosis won't serve any time in prison for endangering the life of her child. Leatha Slauson, 30, was sentenced in a Cass County on Tuesday morning. Slauson had faced up to 21 years in prison after pleading guilty to five charges including two counts of child endangerment, possessing and administering harmful substances and theft. She had ...
01, Feb 2015 - Camp Hill Baird announces candidacy for Cumberland County judge
CARLISLE — Lindsay Baird, the solicitor for Cumberland County Children and Youth Services, announced her candidacy for judge on the Cumberland County Court of Common Pleas Monday, citing her e…
01, Feb 2015 - Lake To leave Minnesota sooner, con man opts for prison time
Given the choice, a California con man did not want to stay in Minnesota for 10 years.
01, Feb 2015 - Marshall Gov Quinn commutes sentence of man convicted of lying in murder case
Gov. Pat Quinn on Monday commuted the 30-month sentence of a man recently imprisoned for lying in a murder case — and also commuted the sentences of a man convicted of killing a 77-year-old woman, a man convicted of shooting police officers and a man convicted of killing a college basketball standout — all in the governor's final day in office.
01, Feb 2015 - Scott Mississippi Fugitive Found in Utah 35 Years Later
Fugitive that escaped Mississippi prison in 1980 found living under assumed identity in Utah.
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