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02, Apr 2015 - It Wasn’t Just the Beating That Was Shocking. It Was the Story Getting Out. (MuckReads Weekly)
by Terry Parris Jr. It wasn't shocking that he was beaten. It was shocking that the story got out. The most violent encounters at Attica, a maximum-security prison in New York with a brutal history, are usually handled internally, outside public view. So it was surprising when the severe beating of an inmate in 2011 went public. Three guards pulled George Williams from his cell for what they saw ...
02, Apr 2015 - Escaped Prisoner in Virginia Manhunt Captured
Police surrounded a Virginia hospital this morning after a prisoner escaped from custody, authorities said.
02, Apr 2015 - Grandmother’s punishment for girl's running death tests death penalty in Ala.
The jury in Joyce Hardin Garrard’s trial recommended life in prison for killing her granddaughter. But the Alabama county judge in the case could send Ms. Garrard to death row.
02, Apr 2015 - Gaytan Sentenced To Life, Victim's Family Speaks Out
Brendon Gaytan, the man found guilty of capital murder Thursday in the 2014 shooting deaths of two little girls, was sentenced to live in prison by a jury in the Nueces County Courthouse Friday morning.It took jurors almost three days of deliberating to find Gaytan guilty of capital murder. Gaytan is one of two men accused of shooting and killing two-year old Lillyanna Valent and six-year old ...
02, Apr 2015 - Utah brings back firing squads if lethal drugs unavailable
Utah Governor Gary Herbert signed a law on Monday that makes Utah the only U.S. state to authorize the use of firing squads for executions if lethal drugs are not available, his spokesman said.
02, Apr 2015 - Police: Travis County judge arrested for DWI had empty alcohol bottle in car
A Travis County judge charged with drunken driving had an empty bottle of Mike's Hard Lemonade sitting in the center console of her Chevrolet Suburban when police pulled her over Friday, according to an arrest affidavit. 
02, Apr 2015 - Colo. seeks to uproot neighbor states' marijuana suit
Tourists in Aspen, Colo., pause as they look into the glass-fronted Green Dragon legal marijuana store on Wednesday, March 25, 2015. A lawsuit filed by Nebraska and Oklahoma asks the U.S. Supreme Court to shut down Colorado's legal marijuana marketplace on the grounds that pot is flowing across state borders.
02, Apr 2015 - Arizona woman sentenced in $11 million advance-fee scam
Prosecutors said they stole the money by using face companies, including Platinum Diversified Holdings (PDH) and HS&H Holdings, and claiming they could secure loans for business projects.
02, Apr 2015 - Kevin Campbell Sentenced to 40 Years in Prison for Torrington Motorcycle Club Murder
LITCHFIELD — As Kevin P. Campbell walked into Litchfield Superior Court Tuesday, he donned a corrections facility-issued orange jumpsuit, the same garb the convicted murderer will be wearing for what could well be the rest of his life.
02, Apr 2015 - California man sentenced to probation in plane groping case
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — A California man accused of groping and sexually propositioning a teenage girl on a flight from Los Angeles to Salt Lake City was sentenced to three years of probation Friday.
02, Apr 2015 - Hawkins 'assault on a fetus' defendants awaiting rehab
ROGERSVILLE — Two Hawkins County women have been offered a chance to complete drug rehab as part of the new state law which favors treatment over prison for mothers of babies who are born addicted to drugs.Amy LeShaye Arnold, 22, 217 Stanley Valley Road, Lot 18, Rogersville, appeared in Hawkins County Sessions Court Wednesday on one count of assault on a fetus. A September 23 hearing was set for ...
02, Apr 2015 - Mistrial declared in Vega murder trial in New London
Superior Court Judge Barbara Bailey Jongbloed dismissed the jury in the murder trial of Miguel A. “Mikey” Vega this afternoon and declared a mistrial after the panel announced it was...
02, Apr 2015 - Pennsylvania man gets 14 to 28 years in prison for killing brother-in-law who pulled his beard
A southwestern Pennsylvania man will spend 14 to 28 years in prison for killing his brother-in-law after the other man pulled his beard while both were drinking.
02, Apr 2015 - Armed Prisoner Escapes From Custody in Virginia
Police believe a convict who escaped from a Virginia hospital this morning may have switched cars after finding one vehicle they were looking for -- but not the suspect himself. "The Toyota Camry w/VA tags: XZP-8513 has been located," Fairfax County Police in Virginia said via Twitter. ...
02, Apr 2015 - Lawyer: Meriden Health Director charged last week suffers from mental illness
MERIDEN — Health and Human Services Director Lisa Pippa’s mental illness, combined with medication she received after recent neck surgery, contributed to the events at the city health department that led to her suspension and arrest, according to her lawyer.
02, Apr 2015 - FIFA kicks off 2026 World Cup bidding; 2022 start left open
(AP Photo/Keystone,Ennio Leanza). FIFA President Joseph Blatter, right, and Secretary General, Jerome Valck, left, attend a press conference following the FIFA Executive Committee meeting in Zurich, Switzerland, on Friday, March 20, 2015. Among many t...
02, Apr 2015 - Long Time Durant Judge Passes Away
DURANT, OK -- Tuesday night people in Durant lost a long time judge to his battle with a lengthy illness. 
02, Apr 2015 - Arizona judge tosses case against ex-death row inmate Debra Milke
A judge dismissed the case Monday against an Arizona woman who spent two decades on death row after being convicted of killing her little boy.
02, Apr 2015 - Judge tosses murder case against Arizona woman who spent 22 years on death row in son's death
A judge has dismissed the murder case against an Arizona woman who spent more than 20 years on death row in the killing of her 4-year-old son.
02, Apr 2015 - Supreme Court lets Wisconsin’s voter-ID law stand
The decision not to review a lower-court ruling was a victory for Gov. Walker and perhaps for other states.
02, Apr 2015 - Federal prisons embrace pepper spray as antidote to violence - Tucson News Now
PHILADELPHIA (AP) - After six years of pleading and the murders of two of their own, the vast majority of federal correctional officers and other workers are being equipped with pepper spray. Officers in an ongoing pilot program say it's a game-changer in prison safety.
02, Apr 2015 - UPDATE: Channe Fleischer Pleads Not Guilty by Reason of Insanity
Channe Fleischer, the Jefferson County woman accused of endangering the life of her 2-year-old son after he was found dead, entered pleas of not guilty and not guilty by reason of insanity Wednesday in municipal court.
02, Apr 2015 - About Utah: Replace the prison with the NFL, says Tom Welch
If and/or when the prison gets moved, former Olympic organizer Tom Welch envisions moving the NFL in.
02, Apr 2015 - Sallisaw Man Accused Of Killing Mother To Undergo Mental Evaluation
SALLISAW (KFSM) – A court order has been issued for a Sallisaw man accused of killing his mother to undergo a mental evaluation, according to Oklahoma court records. Jessie Mosby, 35, faces a first-degree murder charge in the investigation involving the killing of his mother Karen Gregg, according to Sallisaw Police Chief Terri Franklin. On Monday (March […]
02, Apr 2015 - Drug courts clash over treatments
In Allegheny County, Judge Lester Nauhaus sees his drug court as an alternative to the carnage of the drug war. Drugs drive crime. But locking up addicts doesn’t stop crime. Nor does it stop drug addiction.
02, Apr 2015 - Record Number Of Inmate Deaths Has Florida Prisons On The Defensive
Many of the inmates died of natural causes, but a series of suspicious deaths — against the backdrop of a shrinking budget and staff shortages — has lawmakers calling for a prison oversight board.
02, Apr 2015 - Jury selection underway in Norwich murder case
Jury selection is underway in New London Superior Court in the case of David J. Grant, who is accused of fatally shooting one woman and wounding another at the Mai Thai Restaurant and Bar in Norwich...
02, Apr 2015 - Virginia Hospital Shooting: Armed Prisoner in Manhunt Captured, Authorities Say
Police have captured an escaped prisoner who became the subject of a manhunt after fleeing custody at a Virginia hospital this morning, a law enforcement official said. Law enforcement sources said the suspect was arrested in Washington, D.C., by Metropolitan Police Department without incident at 25th and Pennsylvania Avenue SE. The escaped prisoner, identified as Wossen Assaye, was identified ...
02, Apr 2015 - Judge ends Maine man's attempt to salvage Cape Cod shipwreck
PORTLAND, Maine (AP) — A treasure hunter's effort to salvage what he calls $3 billion in platinum from a World War II shipwreck off Cape Cod has been ended by a federal judge.
02, Apr 2015 - Florida Supreme Court asked to look at blind trust bill
The former chief of staff to the late Gov. Reubin Askew is now asking the Florida Supreme Court to throw out the state's blind trust law, saying it violates the constitutional requirement that public officials to fully disclose their financial assets. 
02, Apr 2015 - Judge sides with electric utility in solar metering case
A federal judge on Friday threw out a Western Pennsylvania solar company’s lawsuit that claimed an electric utility’s refusal to accept excess generation from a proposed solar farm violated Pennsylvania’s alternative energy law.
02, Apr 2015 - Woman sentenced to prison on felony charges in crash
A 54-year-old New Hanover County woman pleaded guilty to felony charges of serious injury by vehicle.
02, Apr 2015 - Supreme Court rejects challenge to Wisconsin voter ID law
The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday turned away a challenge to Wisconsin's voter identification law, allowing the law to stand and handing a victory to Gov. Scott Walker following a long fight by opponents who say it's a thinly veiled attempt to make it more difficult for Democratic backers to...
02, Apr 2015 - As cities protest prison sites, Gunnison welcomes expansion
GUNNISON, Utah – Deputy warden Shane Nelson moves quickly through the units of the Central Utah Correctional Facility, showing off their efforts to rehabilitate inmates. In one unit, a group of inmates do drills to motivate each other in recovery from substance abuse addiction. In other parts of the facility, they do sewing jobs or […]
02, Apr 2015 - 5 people indicted for income tax fraud
Five people have been indicted in Mississippi for allegedly filing fraudulent income tax returns. The U.S Attorney's Office identified the defendants as Timothy Benjamin Taylor of Clinton; Terence Antonio Thompson of Lithonia, Georgia; Christopher Lashawn Chamberlin of Bailey; Donald Price of Jackson; and Tamia Patrice Herndon of Jackson. An indictment alleges the five used stolen identification ...
02, Apr 2015 - Court order issued against Allegiant Air pilot strike
Allegiant Airlines strike, which would affect airports in Sarasota, Tampa and Florida, may have been averted by a court order. Click to Continue »
02, Apr 2015 - Robert Blagojevich tells his side in new book: ‘If it can happen to me, it can happen to anybody
CHICAGO — Only 4 percent of defendants prosecuted in the Northern District of Illinois actually don’t get convicted of the crimes they are accused. If the process doesn’t break them down physically or emotionally, there is the financial toll to consider. Robert Blagojevich is a man that took on the system and won- a rare […]
02, Apr 2015 - “Unquestionable greed”: The startup CEO who stole $765k from his friends
He'll serve prison time, but ex-Motionloft CEO Jon Mills got Mark Cuban to invest.
02, Apr 2015 - NFL star Darren Sharper pleads guilty to sex assault charges, could serve 9 years
Former NFL star Darren Sharper could serve as long as nine years in federal prison after making deals in sexual assault related charges in Los Angeles, Arizona and Nevada.
02, Apr 2015 - Capital Murder Charges Dismissed Against Cheryl Drive Shooting Suspect
The capital murder case against Cruz Salazar, one of the two suspects in the 2014 Cheryl Drive shooting that killed two little girls, has been dismissed by the Nueces County District Attorney's Office.
02, Apr 2015 - Montgomery County DA to investigate perjury charge against state Attorney General Kathleen Kane
HARRISBURG — The Montgomery County district attorney's office will review a grand jury report to determine whether state Attorney General Kathleen Kane should face perjury charges related to a newspaper's gaining confidential investigative material from her office.
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