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23, Oct 2014 - Caledonia Husband found guilty, wife awaiting trial in murder of St. Johnsbury, Vt., teacher
A jury on Wednesday morning convicted a Waterford man of killing a St. Johnsbury Academy teacher who prosecutors said was lured by Allen Prue and his wife Patricia, using a cell phone they had purchased at the Walmart store in Littleton.
23, Oct 2014 - Doyle Amendment 2 seeks to clarify how judges are appointed in state
Amendment 2 has garnered support from some of the state’s top officials, who believe it allows Tennesseans a greater say in the judicial selection process, but opponents argue citizen’s voices are silenced by the measure.
23, Oct 2014 - Vilonia Jason Rapert, the Bully of Bigelow, again foiled by his own words
In his own words, Sen. Jason Rapert told a city of employee planning employee that he wasn't inclined to support development ideas he'd previously favored because the employee, Wes Craiglow , was supporting his opponent, Tyler Pearson. Now Jason Rapert essentially tells the Log Cabin Democrat that it's unfair to judge him by his own written words. We've been down this road with Rapert many times ...
23, Oct 2014 - NCAA asks US judge to throw out law requiring Penn State's $60 million fine kept within state
HARRISBURG, Pa. — The NCAA has asked a federal judge to declare unconstitutional a state law that requires Penn State's $60 million fine over the Jerry Sandusky molestation scandal, money earmarked for child abuse programs, to be used entirely within Pennsylvania.
23, Oct 2014 - Oklahoma attorney general asks for delay in three executions
By Heide Brandes OKLAHOMA CITY (Reuters) - Oklahoma's attorney general has filed a request to delay three upcoming executions in Oklahoma due to a lack of drugs and to provide more time to implement new lethal injection protocols, according to court documents obtained on Monday. Attorney General Scott Pruitt has asked the Oklahoma Court of Criminal Appeals to delay two executions set for ...
23, Oct 2014 - Grant 'Real Housewives' Teresa Giudice to serve time in Danbury; halfway house bid denied
A federal judge refused on Wednesday to recommend to prison officials that reality TV star Teresa Giudice be allowed to serve most of her 15 month prison sentence at a halfway house. The judge said the time for Giudice to make the request was at her sentencing.
23, Oct 2014 - Hagerstown $6 Mill. in Federal Funds to Fight Crime in Md. Communities
U.S. Senators Barbara A. Mikulski and Ben Cardin (both D-Md.) announced Friday that $6,062,413 in federal grant funding has been awarded from the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) to municipalities across Maryland.
23, Oct 2014 - Court allows same-sex marriages in Alaska
Keeping to itself its reasons for doing the same thing again, the Supreme Court on Friday afternoon rejected a plea to stop same-sex marriages from going ahead in Alaska. By denying the state’s plea for postponement, in a one-sentence order that did not provide any explanation, the Court’s action had the effect of making that […]
23, Oct 2014 - Adams Barry man gets 3 years in battery of woman
A western Illinois man has been sentenced to three years in prison for aggravated battery of a woman with Alzheimer's disease.
23, Oct 2014 - Madison Glen Galemmo serving time in 'crown jewel' of federal prisons
One week ago, Galemmo began his new life at a low security prison in Butner, North Carolina. Fellow Ponzi-Schemer Bernie Madoff is housed at the same prison, which is considered among the crown jewels of the federal prison system.
23, Oct 2014 - Rockwall Williams Murder Trial Resumes After Judge Refuses To Move Trial
Jury selection in the Kaufman County murder trial has resumed in Rockwall after the judge refused to move the trial a second time.
23, Oct 2014 - Mount Carmel Services set for longtime St. Clair County judge
BELLEVILLE, Ill. (AP) – Services are set for a retired longtime southwestern Illinois judge who died of cancer-related complications. Kassly Mortuary in Fairview Heights says St. Clair County Circuit Judge Michael O’Malley of Swansea died at his home Saturday. He was 61. O’Malley served on the bench for 25 years after being appointed an appointed […]