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01, Sep 2014 - Collin Attorney representing Texoma cities arrested for shooting at boyfriend
COLLIN COUNTY, Texas -- A McKinney Attorney who has represented multiple cities in Texoma found herself on the other side of the law Thursday, after she was arrested on an aggravated assault charge.
01, Sep 2014 - New York Defence asks judge in NYC to toss out bulk of evidence in Silk Road case as illegally obtained
NEW YORK, N.Y. - Lawyers for a San Francisco man charged with operating an online marketplace for illegal drugs are asking a judge to toss out most of the evidence against him, saying the Fourth Amendment ...
01, Sep 2014 - Franklin Cahokia man sentenced for kidnapping victim, threatening him with gun
He accused victim of burglarizing a home he owned.
01, Sep 2014 - High Court to deliver McKevitt judgment
The High Court will today deliver a judgment in a legal challenge against the alleged failure of the Justice Minister to release convicted IRA leader Michael McKevitt, under a scheme of enhanced remission of sentence.
01, Sep 2014 - Wyoming says EPA carbon rules missing information, violates law
The Environmental Protection Agency didn't comply with federal rule-making procedure when it omitted technical information in its proposal to limit carbon dioxide emissions from coal-fired power plants, Wyoming Attorney General Peter Michael and 12 of his counterparts from other states argue in a recent letter sent to EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy.
01, Sep 2014 - Lawsuit over Common Core makes its way to court for hearing
The politically-heated dispute over Louisiana's use of the Common Core education standards made its way to a state district courtroom Tuesday for its first hearing before a judge.
01, Sep 2014 - Brown Ex-Insurance Agent Makes Plea In Kansas Case
WICHITA, Kan. (AP) -- A former Wichita insurance agent accused of defrauding policyholders has struck a deal with prosecutors for a 42-month prison sentence.
01, Sep 2014 - Kanawha Foodland robbery suspect did time for 2011 robbery
By Erin Beck Staff writer CHARLESTON, W.Va. - Telisa McCauley, who police say was a getaway driver in last week's armed robbery at Foodland, had her 2011 assault charges dismissed as part of a plea deal with the Kanawha County Prosecuting Attorney's Office, according to court filings. McCauley pleaded guilty to first-degree robbery in February 2011. Kanawha County Circuit Court Judge Paul Zakaib ...
01, Sep 2014 - Garza Sex offender worries Dallas Council might limit his future
DALLAS (WFAA) — A registered sex offender who served his prison sentence and is no longer on probation or parole said he worries that the Dallas City Council might soon limit the number of places where he can legally live.
01, Sep 2014 - Antioch Tougher rules ahead on domestic abuse
People accused of violent domestic abuse crimes may soon be forced to pay for their own electronic monitoring as a condition of bail, regardless of whether an order of protection is already in place, under a newly amended state law. People accused of violent domestic abuse crimes may soon be forced to pay for their own electronic monitoring as a condition of bail, regardless of whether an order ...
01, Sep 2014 - Yakima Feds oppose motion to dismiss ACLU case against Yakima
Sat, 16 Aug 2014 05:02:36 GMT By Mike Faulk Yakima Herald-Republic YAKIMA, Wash. — The U.S. Justice Department says part of Yakima’s defense against an ACLU voting rights lawsuit “lacks merit,” according to a brief filed in federal court Friday. The brief was filed in response to a motion from the city of Yakima asking ...
01, Sep 2014 - Saved by an intern
By the time Edward Lee Elmore won his freedom at age 53, he had spent 30 years -- most of them on death row -- imprisoned in South Carolina for a crime he says he did not commit.