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01, Mar 2015 - Wannabe terrorist considered triggering volcano in northern U.S., court hears
TORONTO – A man accused of plotting to derail a passenger train in Canada apparently also thought about triggering a volcanic blast to cause a catastrophe in the United States. An undercover FBI agent says Chiheb Esseghaier pondered the possibility of getting the volcano in Yellowstone National Park to erupt. The agent testified in a Read the Rest of the Entry
01, Mar 2015 - Aaron Hernandez Trial: The Sisters at the Heart of the Murder Case
The victim's family is not the only one being torn apart during the Aaron Hernandez murder trial. Odin Lloyd's murder also has divided two sisters. Hernandez, a former NFL star, is engaged to and has a young daughter with Shayanna Jenkins, whose sister, Shaneah Jenkins, was dating Lloyd at the time of his June 2013 death. The relationship between Hernandez and Lloyd has been debated during the ...
01, Mar 2015 - Appeals court: Marshals can't be sued for excessive force
WASHINGTON (AP) — A federal appeals court ruled Friday that three deputy U.S. marshals who shot and wounded a fleeing teenage driver eight years ago cannot be sued for excessive use of force.
01, Mar 2015 - Jury Dismissed in Texas Veterans Parade Crash Trial
A Midland judge says jurors have been dismissed and motions are pending in the trial involving people who were hurt or whose family members died when a freight train struck a veterans parade float.
01, Mar 2015 - Charles Manson Marriage License To 26-Year-Old Nearing Expiration Without A Wedding
California prison officials say the marriage license of Charles Manson and a 26-year-old devotee is set to expire without a wedding taking place.
01, Mar 2015 - Classified evidence debate may delay Marine's trial
CAMP LEJEUNE, N.C. A debate over classified evidence could delay the trial of a Marine accused of deserting his unit in Iraq a decade ago and later winding up in Lebanon.
01, Mar 2015 - Hawaii County Council considers offer of free legal help
The Hawaii County Council is scheduled to consider an attorney's offer for free legal representation to defend its new law restricting genetically modified crops. Paul Achitoff, managing attorney for Earthjustice's ...
01, Mar 2015 - Manson's marriage license to 26-year-old devotee to expire without prison wedding
A 26-year-old woman with the nickname Star who says she is going to marry 80-year-old mass murderer Charles Manson will have to wait a while longer. Afton Elaine Burton and Manson got a marriage license last year to stage a wedding inside a visiting room at California State Prison, Corcoran. If the wedding is ever going to happen, the couple must register for a new Kings County marriage license.
01, Mar 2015 - Innocence Project inspires others to work against wrongful convictions
Alan Crotzer, who spent more than 24 years in prison for rape, kidnapping and robbery before being proven innocent in 2006 at age 45, speaks at the Levin College of Law on Monday.
01, Mar 2015 - Historic Places: History abounds at Deery Inn
Once upon a time, over 200 years ago, William Deery, a peddler lad of about 17, looked west beyond his Ireland home and dreamed big before landing in Blountville, Tenn., on the wake of the Revolutionary War (1782). In 1795, James Brigham donated 30 acres for Sullivan County’s seat in Blountville. In 1801, Deery built a two-story log cabin on the same block of the courthouse facing the Great ...
01, Mar 2015 - Ex-owner of MLB steroid clinic sentenced to 4 years
Anthony Bosch talks to reporters Tuesday as he prepares to turn himself in at the federal court in Miami.
01, Mar 2015 - Illinois parolee sentenced to up to 10 years in prison in shooting case
An Illinois parolee was sentenced this week to up to 10 years in prison in connection with a Davenport shooting in July.
01, Mar 2015 - A courtroom drama over a woman suing herself
A Utah court is allowing a woman to bring a wrongful death suit against herself for an accident that killed her husband
01, Mar 2015 - Accused in Via plot considered triggering U.S. volcano, court hears
A man accused of plotting to derail a Canadian passenger train also thought about triggering a catastrophic volcanic blast in the United States, his trial heard Tuesday.
01, Mar 2015 - Winter precipitation could hamper commute across South
An ambulance drives on the snow as seen through a window, Monday, Feb. 23, 2015, in Abilene, Texas. Freezing rain affected travel in nearly half of Texas on Monday, and winter storm warnings were issued in the northern part of the state.
01, Mar 2015 - States predict inmates’ future crimes with secretive surveys
On a hot Friday last July, a parolee was mowing a lawn in a small cul-de-sac on the west side of the city when he stopped to ask for a… Click to Continue »
01, Mar 2015 - Fraud confessed, 18-month term set
A bookkeeper for an Arkansas hunting club who pleaded guilty to defrauding the club of $541,500 was sentenced Thursday to 18 months in federal prison before U.S. District Judge John Fowlkes in Memphis.
01, Mar 2015 - Florida man gets life for killing sheriff's volunteer
A central Florida handyman has been sentenced to life in prison for killing an 85-year-old Volusia County Sheriff's Office volunteer.
01, Mar 2015 - Co-owner of Overland Park hotel sentenced to prison for employing undocumented workers
KANSAS CITY, KAN. - The co-owner of an Overland Park hotel was sentenced Tuesday to 21 months in federal prison for employing undocumented workers, who were paid less than other employees, U.S. Attorney Barry Grissom said.
01, Mar 2015 - US Nuclear Scientist Jailed for Five Years Over Bomb-Making Plot
US nuclear scientist has been sentenced to five years in prison over attempting to sell a classified nuclear technology to an alleged Venezuelan official, according to CNN.
01, Mar 2015 - Civil trial against Calcasieu School Board, former teacher continues
The civil trial against the Calcasieu Parish School Board and former Sam Houston High teacher Lance Duhon continued on Thursday. Duhon was arrested in April 2013 on charges of indecent behavior with a juvenile and prohibited sexual contact between an educator and student.
01, Mar 2015 - Day 3 in Vermont man's trial on charges he killed wife
A jury in New Hampshire will return for a third day of deliberations in the trial of a Vermont man charged with killing his estranged wife on the day she filed for divorce.
01, Mar 2015 - Barclays wins reversal of liability ruling in $300 million dispute
New York state's top court on Thursday reversed a 2013 ruling that found Barclays Plc (BARC.L) liable in a $300 million (194 million pounds) dispute with hedge fund Black Diamond Capital over the British bank's refusal to pay back collateral. Connecticut-based Black Diamond filed a lawsuit against Barclays in 2008, claiming it had defaulted on a $40 million collateral call made at the height of ...
01, Mar 2015 - LOOKING BACK: Trial Runs This Weekend At New Race Track
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01, Mar 2015 - Should texts, e-mail, tweets and Facebook posts be the new fingerprints in court?
We leave a trail of linguistic fingerprints, but as potential evidence to a crime, is it reliable?
01, Mar 2015 - Rockdale Jail Blotter for Feb. 20, 2015
The following charges and arrests were reported by the Rockdale County Sheriff’s Office, Conyers Police Department, Georgia State Patrol and Georgia Pardon and Parole.
01, Mar 2015 - US, Liberia start human trials of Ebola drug
Washington, Feb 27 (IANS) The US and Liberian governments Friday launched a clinical trial to evaluate the safety and efficacy of an experimental Ebola drug on humans, the US National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Disease (NIAID) said. "Although ZMapp has been used to treat several Ebola-infected patients in recent months, we cannot determine if the drug actually benefited those patients ...
01, Mar 2015 - Are Reality Shows Safe For Kids?
It's been a tough year for some kids on reality shows. From Here Comes Honey Boo Boo to Friday Night Tykes to the kids of Real Housewives with parents getting divorced or going to jail, it could be hard to understand why a parent would want to broadcast their child’s development for all the world to see -- even if they’re able to pay for college down the road with talent fees. Child advocates ...
01, Mar 2015 - Death penalty ordered vacated in Evansville family killings
A federal appeals court has ordered the conviction and death sentence set aside for an Evansville man a convicted of fatally shooting his estranged wife and their two young children 14 years ago.
01, Mar 2015 - US Army approves sex change treatment for jailed soldier
The US Army has approved sex change treatment for transsexual soldier Bradley (Chelsea) Manning who is serving a 35-year prison term for leaking classified information to WikiLeaks, the USA Today newspaper reported.
01, Mar 2015 - 'I'm Just Sorry': Confession Played in 'American Sniper' Trial
Eddie Ray Routh sat motionless Monday as jurors watched him confess on videotape to the fatal shootings of "American Sniper" Chris Kyle and a friend.
01, Mar 2015 - Jack Nicklaus sued over role in failed golf resort
A US federal appeals court has ruled a Colorado couple can sue Jack Nicklaus over an alleged misrepresentation of the golf legend's membership role in...
01, Mar 2015 - Dawn Patrol: Lottery winner sets record; Rose hurt again
Naperville lottery winner sets record. Bank robbed in Fox Lake. Des Plaines residents speak out about O'Hare Lake plans. Wheaton College student accused of recording woman in shower. Massage therapist sentenced for assaulting Barrington teen. Bulls' Rose out again with knee injury, needs surgery.
01, Mar 2015 - Ted Bundy's Utah confession
SALT LAKE CITY (ABC 4 Utah) - A Salt Lake detective met Ted Bundy face to face two days before he was executed in 1989.
01, Mar 2015 - Federal jury orders Apple to pay $532.9M to Tyler business in patent dispute
A federal jury says Apple should pay nearly $533 million to resolve claims that the payment system tied to its iTunes product infringes on patents issued to a Tyler business named Smartflash.
01, Mar 2015 - NC considers exempting some from performing gay weddings
RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — Some North Carolina lawmakers are convinced that court officials should be exempt from having to perform same-sex weddings or issue marriage licenses to gays because of the workers' religious beliefs.
01, Mar 2015 - Vienna man arrested after seven-hour standoff with police
Bond for a township man is set at $150,000 and a judge has ordered him to stay away from his wife for now.
01, Mar 2015 - Variety of WinterFest activities on tap for this weekend
Although it feels like spring is in the air, it is time for a weekend full of WinterFest activities. Begin Friday night with Family Game Night at the “Chilly Bowl.” Come explore with your taste buds and judge at our “Anything Goes Chile Contest.”
01, Mar 2015 - Clarks Summit attorney Grace Doherty Hillebrand to run for Magisterial District Judge of the Abingt
CLARKS SUMMIT — Attorney Grace Doherty Hillebrand announced her candidacy for Magisterial District Judge of the Abingtons at a campaign rally held at the Clarks Summit Fire Company. Doherty Hillebrand will cross-file in the May primary, seeking the nomination of both the Republican and Democratic Party. If elected to the position of...
01, Mar 2015 - Apple sued for poaching car battery experts
When you’re the world’s most valuable company, you can expect a few lawsuits to come your way. For Apple, the latest legal trouble comes via battery maker A123, which alleges that Apple “systematically” poached ...
01, Mar 2015 - 2 W.Va. coal operators sentenced in $10M cash scheme
Two West Virginia coal operators will each spend three years in prison for participating in a $10 million cash selling scheme.
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