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02, Oct 2014 - Ohio Supreme Court suspends Dayton attorneyâ€™s law license
The Ohio Supreme Court suspended Dayton lawyer John J. Scacciaâ€™s law license for six months after disciplinary investigators found he mishandled client money, kept sloppy records and missed a deadline.
02, Oct 2014 - Spokane Judge to Ramona Childressâ€™ killer: â€śI am stunned by the violenceâ€ť
SPOKANE, Wash.â€” A judge sent a Spokane Valley killer to prison for 46 years on Friday for the death of Ramona Childress, 27. "There is just so much tragedy in this courtroom," said Judge Maryanne Moreno before sentencing Jason Flett for the 2012 killing of his ex-girlfriend.Â â€śI'm stunned by Mr. Flett's lack of remorse. I am stunned by the violence. You squished her, treated her like a bug under ...
02, Oct 2014 - Shelton As attorney general, Holder made friends, enemies and history
Eric Holder was the first African American to lead the Justice Department, and during his tenure, the department dealt with major issues, including civil rights, crime, same-sex marriage and terrorism.
02, Oct 2014 - Fisher The Daily Fix: NYC Plans for Immigrant Children, Adrian Peterson Won't Play Sunday, and Giant S
The Obama administrationâ€™s response to the surge of immigrant children coming to the United States to escape violence in Central America has been a program of â€śrocket docketsâ€ťâ€”pushing these cases through immigration courts quickly, sometimes deporting children in a matter of months to deter would-be immigrants.
02, Oct 2014 - Judge refuses to stop Lyft, Uber in NM
Â District Court Judge Nancy Franchini on Friday denied a request by New Mexico taxi cab and limousine companies for... more Â»
02, Oct 2014 - Financial Abuse by Profiteering Guardians Awaits Aging Boomers and Heirs
NEW YORK ( MainStreet ) â€” In May 2008, Larry Mills filed in Texas to become legal guardian of his then 80-year-old mother, Willie Joe Mills, whoâ€™d had a stroke. But by July 2009, Judge William McCulloch in a Harris County probate court appointed a third-party guardian who was also an attorney.
02, Oct 2014 - Sumter Convicted church arsonists in Alabama may get out of prison early
A Bibb County judge has decided that two men convicted of burning several rural Alabama churches in 2006 can be released from state prison early. But that doesn't mean they will be getting out immediately. Bibb County Judge Marvin Wiggins reduced the sentences to time already served for 29-year-old Matthew Cloyd and 28-year-old Benjamin Moseley. Moseley's attorney, Bill Clark, says judges in ...
02, Oct 2014 - Oklahoma City New Oklahoma procedures increase sedative fivefold in executions
By Heide Brandes OKLAHOMA CITY (Reuters) - Oklahoma set up new procedures on executions that include increasing by five times the dosage of a controversial sedative that was among the drugs used in a botched execution in April, which prompted the state to suspend lethal injections. The new procedures, announced late on Tuesday, allow the corrections department director to choose from four lethal ...
02, Oct 2014 - Providence Previous terms cut short by convictions, iconic former mayor of Providence runs again
Watch Video | Listen to the Audio RELATED LINKS Former mayor of New Orleans Ray Nagin sentenced to 10 years in prison Will cloud of ethics determine D.C. Mayorâ€™s race? Toronto Mayor Rob Ford admits to smoking crack cocaine Ex-San Diego Mayor Filner sentenced for harassment HARI SREENIVASAN: They say that the third time is the charm, and thatâ€™s what voters are being asked to consider in ...
02, Oct 2014 - Supreme Court bypasses same-sex marriage cases, for now
The justices have not determined whether to rule on cases from several states where bans were struck down.
02, Oct 2014 - Will Former Police Commander Jon Burge Expected To Be Released From Prison Thursday
A former Chicago police commander in federal prison for lying about the torture of suspects by officers under his command is expected to be released Thursday, his lawyer said.
02, Oct 2014 - Oklahoma City No debate: Decision to hire male professor not gender discrimination
(9/22) A part-time debate coach at Oklahoma City University (OCU) was passed over when the position was made full-time. The coach felt she was the most qualified candidate and concluded that the decision to hire a male coach was gender discrimination. Read on to see why federal appeals court concluded that the hiring decision was devoid of discrimination.