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08, Mar 2014 - Huron Drug dealer says she loves being sober
Chelsey M. McCullough thanked the judge for sending her to prison because she said the experience taught her a lot. The convicted drug dealer said she wouldn't have "gotten it" if she had been in a community-based corrections facility first instead of going to prison.
08, Mar 2014 - Ashland City Trial date set for Ashland City principal
A trial date of March 25 has been set for Ashland City Elementary School principal Chip Roney, who is accused of interfering with a Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency employee.
08, Mar 2014 - Greene Stalker Sentence
A 59 year old Endwell man pled guilty Friday in Federal Court, to Interstate Stalking of a former witness against him in a previous federal prosecution: In 2008, Paul Raymond Ross admitted to making extortionate demands from a victim publically identified only by the initials "K.O.D." After serving a prison sentence for that offense, Ross began to stalk K.O.D. electronically, made false ...
08, Mar 2014 - Cole Two sentenced in Mid-Mo drug conspiracy
Two Mexican nationals were sentenced Thursday after pleading guilty to federal charges to distribute large amounts of cocaine and methamphetamine in Cole and Moniteau Counties.
08, Mar 2014 - Former Penn St. president wins lawsuit delay
A Pennsylvania judge Tuesday granted former Penn State president Graham Spanier's request to put on hold his defamation civil lawsuit against former FBI director Louis Freeh and Freeh's law firm. Judge Jonathan Grine issued a stay in the case, citing as a factor the criminal charges that Spanier faces for an alleged cover-up of complaints about retired assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky ...
08, Mar 2014 - Russia in patriotic fervor over Crimea
Russia was swept up in patriotic fervor Friday in anticipation of bringing Crimea back into its territory, with tens of thousands of people thronging Red Square chanting "Crimea is Russia!" as a parliamentary leader...
08, Mar 2014 - Jackson UPDATE: Jaci Jackson Sentenced to 10-years for SAU Horse Theft
Jaci Jackson, the former Southern Arkansas University student charged in the theft of five horses from SAU, was sentenced to 10-years in an Arkansas Correctional Facility, in a Columbia County court room, Thursday morning.
08, Mar 2014 - Sheboygan Man sentenced to 20 years for Manitowoc sexual assault
A 38-year-old man was sentenced to 20 years in prison for the repeated sexual assault of a 10-year-old girl in Manitowoc.
08, Mar 2014 - Supreme Court to hear appeal over juror dishonesty
WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court has agreed to decide whether a juror's comments during trial deliberations can be used to show dishonesty during the jury selection process. The justices said Monday they will hear an appeal from a South Dakota man seriously injured in a motorcycle accident with a truck. He sued for negligence, but a jury returned a verdict for the truck owner. A juror later ...
08, Mar 2014 - Fulton County LNG tax case sent back to lower court
The Supreme Court of Georgia on Monday ruled in favor of Southern LNG, which had sued the Georgia Commissioner of Revenue over a tax-related issue.
08, Mar 2014 - KCKPS supports Supreme Court ruling
The Kansas Supreme Court has ruled that Kansas' poor school districts were harmed when the state cut certain payments during the recession. The Kansas City, Kan., Public School District is among those districts.
08, Mar 2014 - It was a good week for Judge Jay Moody
It was also a good week for Sen. Mark Pryor, clearing dead wood and not taking a position. It was a bad week for legislative ethics, an Arkansas National Guardsman and Philander Smith College. It was a good week for... JUDGE JAY MOODY. The U.S. Senate, after months of delay, finally took up the confirmation of the Pulaski County circuit judge for a federal district court judgeship. Moody was ...