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23, Oct 2014 - Sacramento California prisons end race policy
In this Aug. 31, 2007, file photo, a guard tower is seen behind the wire fence that surrounds California State Prison, Sacramento, in Folsom, Calif. / Rich Pedroncelli, AP
23, Oct 2014 - Aurora Defense seeks new Aurora theater shooting trial postponement
The Aurora movie theater murder trial could be postponed again, after defense attorneys asked the judge on Tuesday to push back the December trial date.
23, Oct 2014 - Charlotte Gay Marriage Bans Struck Down In Arizona, Alaska, Wyoming
(Reuters) - Barriers to gay marriage fell in Arizona, Alaska and Wyoming on Friday following a series of federal court actions in the latest in a series of legal victories for supporters of same-sex matrimony in America. In Arizona, U.S. District Judge John Sedwick wrote in a ruling made public on Friday that the state's curbs on gay marriage were "unconstitutional by virtue of the fact that ...
23, Oct 2014 - Pike Pike Co. EMA director files sex discrimination suit against Commission
Attorneys for the director of the Pike County Emergency Management Agency are filing a federal sexual discrimination lawsuit against the Pike County Commission alleging a violation of the 1964 Civil Rights Act by one of the commissioners.
23, Oct 2014 - Door Pistorius spend first night in single jail cell
Oscar Pistorius spent his first night of a five-year jail term in a single cell in the hospital wing of a prison in the capital, Pretoria, said a prison official.
23, Oct 2014 - Transylvania Murder indictment dismissed in NC cold case
A North Carolina judge has dismissed a murder indictment stemming from the 1996 disappearance and presumed death of a Transylvania County woman.
23, Oct 2014 - Scranton Woman gets 10 to 20 years in death of disabled son
SCRANTON, Pa. (AP) - A northeastern Pennsylvania woman has been sentenced to 10 to 20 years in state prison in the death of her 32-year-old son, who authorities said had Down syndrome and was severely neglected.
23, Oct 2014 - Sacramento California Prisons Will No Longer Segregate Inmates Based On Race After Riot
A settlement reached Wednesday says future lockdowns "may not be imposed or lifted based on race or ethnicity." A copy of the settlement was obtained by The Associated Press.
23, Oct 2014 - Phoenix Appeals court throws out Arizona's 2006 law that denies bail to certain immigrants
PHOENIX — Arizona's authority to confront its illegal immigration woes was again reined in Wednesday when a federal appeals court threw out a 2006 voter-approved law denying bail to people in the country illegally who are charged with certain crimes.
23, Oct 2014 - Fairmont New judge will be sworn in Friday
Jackson County’s new district court judge will be sworn in to office in a public ceremony Friday afternoon. Darci J. Bentz will take the oath of office at 3 p.m. in the district courtroom of the Jackson County Courthouse and become the Fifth Judicial District’s newest judge.
23, Oct 2014 - Ramsey Charges May Be Filed In Minnesota Priest Abuse Case
The Ramsey County attorney detailed how his office is handling accusations of sexual misconduct involving Catholic priests.
23, Oct 2014 - Morristown Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey Explores Investigational Treatment for Rare Merkel Cell Carc
Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey is one of 50 global sites to offer a clinical trial examining an investigational treatment for a rare cancer known as Merkel cell carcinoma.