07, Dec 2013 - Mesa High Risk Prisoner Falls Ill During Mesa County Transport
Extra precautions are taken after Dartanin Mitchell, a high risk prisoner, is brought to a hospital while being transported back to Mesa County for a court hearing.
07, Dec 2013 - Danville Henry County prosecutor will handle Underwood DUI
NORFOLK Andrew Nester, the prosecutor from rural Henry County, has been appointed to handle a DUI case involving Commonwealth's Attorney Greg Underwood. A state trooper arrested Underwood in October after Underwood cut through a work zone trying to take the exit off Interstate 264 onto Brambleton Avenue in Norfolk.
07, Dec 2013 - 1st-degree murder charges stand in Little Falls
LITTLE FALLS, Minn. (AP) - A judge has declined to dismiss a first-degree murder indictment against a Minnesota man accused of shooting two teens breaking into his house.
07, Dec 2013 - Cooper Tire & Rubber files appeal in Apollo Tyres case
Cooper Tire & Rubber ( CTB -4.2% ) files an appeal with the Delaware Supreme Court to challenge a partial ruling issued in a lower state court which found the company has to do more to show it has abided by the terms of the deal agreement with Apollo Tyres. Analysts think that without the help from the higher court in Delaware it could be difficult for Cooper to provide Q3 results by a deadline ...
07, Dec 2013 - Volusia Affidavit forbids victims from talking to press
The Innocence Project sought reforms in eyewitness identifications so innocent people are not misidentified and sent to prison for crimes they didn't commit.
07, Dec 2013 - Pennsylvania girls wrestling bid suffers a takedown
A federal judge has closed the door to the possibility of a statewide girls' scholastic wrestling league.
07, Dec 2013 - Columbia Man charged with traveling to Canada for sex with minor
A Madison man is accused of traveling to Canada to take pornographic photos or video of a minor. The Western District of Wisconsin U.S. Attorney's Office said Dylan Jordan, 22, was indicted Wednesday on suspicion of traveling from Madison to Canada on Aug. 6 to engage in illicit sexual conduct with a minor. According to a news release, the indictment also accuses Jordan of using a minor to ...
07, Dec 2013 - Walton After years of legal wrangling, renowned art collection to debut at Ark. museum
BENTONVILLE, Ark. – After years of legal wrangling, a renowned art collection including pieces by the famous painter Georgia O’Keeffe and her late husband, Alfred Stieglitz, will make its debut at a museum in northwest Arkansas. O’Keeffe gave the collection to Fisk University in Tennessee in 1949. Last year, a Tennessee judge approved a deal Read the Rest of the Entry
07, Dec 2013 - Erie US Bishops Welcome Court Victory in Fight Against Contraception Mandate
In a significant victory for conscience rights, on Thursday a federal district court in Pennsylvania handed down the first decision on the merits in a case by Catholic non-profit organizations challenging the final HHS mandate.
07, Dec 2013 - Bloomfield Hills Can Detroit bankruptcy proceed? What the judge must (and might) consider
After two weeks of testimony from city officials, an emergency manager, creditors, and even Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder (R), that's perhaps the chief question before federal bankruptcy judge Steven Rhodes, who on Friday heard closing arguments in the trial that will determine if Detroit can in fact seek bankruptcy protection. And what if the judge were to deny bankruptcy status for Detroit? Well ...
07, Dec 2013 - Knoxville Women still strive for parity in judiciary
Women now make up the majority of justices on the Tennessee Supreme Court; Debbie Stevens was recently appointed to serve as a Knox County Circuit Court judge; and Pam Reeves, when confirmed by the Senate, will become the first woman to serve as a federal judge in East Tennessee. However, Tennessee still lags behind other states in terms of judicial diversity.
07, Dec 2013 - Woodbridge Livesay & Myers, P.C. Adds Former Criminal Prosecutor Eugene Oliver to Criminal Defense Team
FAIRFAX, Va., Nov. 12, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Mr. Oliver is a former criminal prosecutor who will be practicing primarily criminal defense at Livesay & Myers, P.C., defending clients against every type of criminal charge in Virginia – from serious felonies, violent crimes, and drug charges to misdemeanors, DUI and traffic offenses. Mr. Oliver also served as a special prosecutor on felony drug and ...