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28, Mar 2015 - Henry Court to try again on juvenilesâ€™ life sentences
The recurring issue of life sentences without the possibility of parole for individuals who commit murder when they were minors is back on the Supreme Courtâ€™s decision docket. The Court granted review of a Louisiana case on that issue, but once more also added a question on whether it had the authority to decide the case. The [â€¦]
28, Mar 2015 - Houston Watchdog Group Polices US Prisons
There are more than two million people in jail here in the United States according to the most recent statistics. Most people who study the issue say there are so many people in prison because the U.S. has criminalized a lot of behavior, mandated longer sentences, and also made jail a common punishment even for some non-violent crimes in the hope that the likelihood of incarceration would act as ...
28, Mar 2015 - South Dakota's US attorney resigns to join national law firm that also hired ND's prosecuto
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. â€” South Dakota's top federal prosecutor is joining his North Dakota counterpart in leaving those posts and opening local offices for a large law firm known for winning big settlements in high-profile litigation.
28, Mar 2015 - Dover Former Dover official found guilty of criminal threatening
Former Dover City Councilor and State Representative Michael Weeden was found guilty Tuesday evening at the conclusion of his criminal threatening trial.
28, Mar 2015 - Street Smarts: Roadway honors lawyer, judge, developer
He let the county build a road on his land without financial compensation; street was named after him as thanks.
28, Mar 2015 - Kelley wants charges dismissed, affirmative defenses reinstated
Saying the state has provided no proof that she left New Hampshire in violation of a court order that granted custody of their daughter to her ex-husband, Genevieve Kelley is asking that charges of interfering with custody against her be dismissed.
28, Mar 2015 - Ex-county JFS employee charged with child porn
A former Montgomery County Job and Family Services employee faces six counts of pandering obscenity involving a minor, according to Montgomery County Common Pleas Court records. Joseph A. Doering, 38, of Springfield, was placed on administrative leave in November and then resigned in December after the Ohio State Highway Patrol opened an investigation Oct. 23, 2014, records show. The OSHP ...
28, Mar 2015 - Pecos ACLU Petitions DOJ To Investigate Texas Immigrant Prison Uprising
The American Civil Liberties Union is petitioning the U.S. Department of Justice to investigate an uprising last month at a prison for immigrant detainees. The case has put a harsh spotlight on the rural Texas pen, which already was under scrutiny for allegations of poor conditions, and on the effects for-profit prison companies are having on mass incarceration centers for immigrants in the U.S.
28, Mar 2015 - Judge orders accused Colorado Springs bomber to remain in custody
A federal judge on Wednesday ordered a 44-year-old man held without bond on charges accusing him of planting an explosive device at a Colorado Springs building last month.
28, Mar 2015 - Limestone US: Alabama police officer charged under civil rights violation after assaulting Indian
Eric Parker, the Madison police officer who slammed Sureshbhai Patel, 57, to the ground in the February 6 incident leaving him partially paralysed, was on Friday charged with a civil rights violation that carries up to 10 years in prison.
28, Mar 2015 - State Supreme Court to hear argument in Kane perjury case
The state Supreme Court will hear legal arguments Wednesday that could nix a potential criminal case against state Attorney General Kathleen G. Kane before a decision is made on whether to file charges. Kaneâ€™s attorneys contend Montgomery County Judge Wil
28, Mar 2015 - East Baton Rouge LA Attorney General: Woman arrested for illegally billing state medicaid program
A Tickfaw woman has been arrested for Medicaid Fraud after illegally billing the Louisiana Medicaid Program for services that she failed did not provide.Â