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29, Jul 2014 - Bedford Nashua fighting order to pay $2.8 million for Broad Street Parkway land
NASHUA – Costs are beginning to add up for land seized by the city to make way for the Broad Street Parkway, and one eminent domain case pending in superior court could affect the bottom line by more than $2 million. Nashua is appealing a recent decision by the New Hampshire Board of Tax and Land Appeals about the value of roughly 11 acres of land taken for the parkway – one of the largest ...
29, Jul 2014 - Judge orders mediation in US Rep. Sanford divorce
CHARLESTON, S.C. (AP) — A South Carolina Family Court judge has ordered U.S. Rep. Mark Sanford and his ex-wife, Jenny, to work with a mediator to resolve a dispute over money for their two youngest sons.
29, Jul 2014 - Big Island GMO registry won't disclose farmer IDs
HILO, Hawaii (AP) - A judge is allowing Hawaii County to maintain a registry of genetically modified crops while preventing public disclosure of farmers' identities and specific farm locations. Hilo Circuit Court Judge Greg Nakamura granted a preliminary injunction Tuesday in response to papaya farmers who argued the ...
29, Jul 2014 - Mohave Man gets natural life in prison in shotgun killing
A Kingman-area man will spend the rest of his life in prison after being sentenced in the shotgun killing of a man whom the defendant mistakenly thought had molested his young daughter.
29, Jul 2014 - No ruling on North Augusta's Project Jackson trial; Plaintiff Stephen Donohue failed to submit
A South Carolina judge won't rule this week on the fate of North Augusta's Project Jackson after the plaintiff failed to submit a written proposed order by Thursday.
29, Jul 2014 - Attorney fees at issue in death row heat case
NEW ORLEANS (AP) - Attorneys for three condemned killers who filed suit over hot conditions on Louisiana's death row are asking a federal judge to make the state pay more than three-quarters of a million dollars in fees and costs. U.S. District Judge Brian Jackson in December said the heat on death row constituted cruel and unusual punishment. He also indicated that the inmates' lawyers would be ...
29, Jul 2014 - Kentucky pushing court records online
Kentucky is pushing to digitize court records and eventually make them more accessible to the public.
29, Jul 2014 - Indiana won't recognize same-sex marriages
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Indiana won't recognize hundreds of same-sex marriages that were performed before a federal court halted a lower-court's decision to lift the state's gay marriage ban, the governor's office said Wednesday.
29, Jul 2014 - Mohave Yucca man sentenced in killing of his mother
KINGMAN, Ariz. (AP) -- A 47-year-old Mohave County man who admitted killing his mother has been sentenced to 21 years in prison. The Kingman Daily Miner reports that Roger Drake of Yucca was sentenced Monday in Mohave County Superior Court in the February 2013 beating and stabbing of 66-year-old Carol Drake. The son had pleaded guilty to second-degree murder after refusing to plead guilty ...
29, Jul 2014 - Bergen Former New Jersey town official who stole $460,000 in quarters gets 5 years of probation
The former public works inspector for a northern New Jersey town who admitted stealing $460,000 in quarters over two years has been spared a prison term.
29, Jul 2014 - Iredell Molesting former NC teacher gets life in prison
A former North Carolina fourth-grade teacher will spend the rest of his life in prison after being convicted of molesting students dozens of times in the 1970s and 1980s.
29, Jul 2014 - Judge: Hawaii soldier's wife an 'evil stepmother'
An 'evil' stepmother derived pleasure from severely beating her husband's 5-year-old daughter while they lived in Army housing in Hawaii, a federal judge said Tuesday as he upheld a plea deal the woman made with prosecutors to receive a 20-year sentence f