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25, Jul 2014 - Federal Appeals Court Confirms That Acacia's Device Profiling Patent is Invalid
FREMONT, Calif. -- Electronics For Imaging, Inc. , a world leader in customer-focused digital printing innovation, announced another key victory in a patent troll case filed against the company. Last week, ...
25, Jul 2014 - Bell Ex-prison employee from Bell County, Ky pleads guilty to rape
A former Bell County Forestry Camp employee has pleaded guilty to charge of rape.
25, Jul 2014 - Coalinga Judge rules against Project Indian oil site approval
A Monterey County judge this week halted the Project Indian oil development site near Coalinga while citing a lacking environmental review from local officials, according to an announcement from the C
25, Jul 2014 - Grand Isle man's sentencing in civil rights case set for October
During an interaction with relief workers after Hurricane Isaac, the man used racial slurs against two female African-American crew members.
25, Jul 2014 - California Most Popular Stories
A Quincy woman will go to trial on financial exploitation of the elderly charges after she allegedly took more than $27,000 from her 90-year-old mother’s checking account.
25, Jul 2014 - Judge Refuses To Impose Gag Order In Aaron Hernandez Case
Lawyers for accused killer Aaron Hernandez were dealt a setback Tuesday when a Suffolk County, Mass. Superior Court judge refused their request for a gag order on parties in the double homicide case.
25, Jul 2014 - Orange Oakland: Orange County man gets 15 years for meth bust
A Southern California man who had three-quarters of a pound of methamphetamine in his car when he was stopped by the California Highway Patrol on an Oakland freeway last year was sentenced to 15 years in prison Wednesday, federal officials said.
25, Jul 2014 - NBU court win over LCRA could bode well for Seguin
NEW BRAUNFELS — A $27.9 million jury award to New Braunfels Utilities Tuesday in its lawsuit against that city's former power supplier could portend well for similar cases in Seguin and elsewhere, off
25, Jul 2014 - Taylor Girl whose piano playing melted PoW hearts
A Japanese teenager's piano music so bewitched British prisoners of war that it left a lasting legacy
25, Jul 2014 - Iowa New indictment sets minimum sentence in kidnapping case of 5-day-old
Kristen Smith was charged Wednesday with a new indictment that sets a mandatory minimum penalty for allegedly kidnapping 5-day-old Kayden Powell in February, according to a release. Smith, 31, was originally charged with kidnapping an individual younger than 18 and transporting the victim in interstate commerce from Wisconsin to Iowa, but the new indictment confirms the victim was under the age ...
25, Jul 2014 - Kane State Police chief questions Kane over Sandusky claims
HARRISBURG - The head of the Pennsylvania State Police on Tuesday called on Attorney General Kathleen G. Kane to back up her assertion that two accusers told investigators in 2011 that they had been abused by Jerry Sandusky after prosecutors had started building a case against him.
25, Jul 2014 - Pima Arizona prison chief says execution wasn't botched
PHOENIX (AP) -- Arizona's prisons chief says Wednesday's nearly two-hour execution of a murderer was not botched and the inmate was never in pain. Department of Corrections Director Charles Ryan read a statement outside his office Thursday amid outcry over the execution of Joseph Rudolph Wood. He dismissed what he called a "premature and erroneous conclusion" that it was a botched execution. He ...