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when they go to the dictionary there was one copy only for the pronouncer who already mentioned that the words are small and she can't see very well. I wan(...)
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Lawsuit Filed Against Jody Kriss, Former Bayrock Executive & Founder of East River Partners
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Man Charged With Murder In Filer Pleads Not Guilty
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Second Oregon sex offender at Umatilla prison dies unexpectedly in just nine days
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20, Aug 2014 - East Texas businessman sentenced for loan fraud
A 60-year-old Tyler, Texas man was sentenced to federal prison for making false statements on a loan application in the Eastern District of Texas.
20, Aug 2014 - Gazette files lawsuit against Morrisey over Cardinal Health documents
By Eric Eyre The Charleston Gazette filed a lawsuit against West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey today, seeking documents about Morrisey's role in his office's ongoing case against a drug company that his wife lobbies for in Washington, D.C. The drug distributor, Cardinal Health, also contributed to Morrisey's inauguration party last year, and the company's executives wrote checks to ...
20, Aug 2014 - Court grants gag order in Pittsburgh police shooting case
By Elizabeth Daley PITTSBURGH (Reuters) - A court granted a gag order on Wednesday on information related to the 2012 shooting and paralysis of an unarmed black man by a Pittsburgh police officer, prosecutors said, in a move to prevent tainting potential jurors in a criminal trial related to the case. The order follows protests in Pittsburgh on Tuesday in support of wheelchair-bound Leon Ford ...
20, Aug 2014 - UPDATE: Judge Delays Dianna Siveny Homicide Trial
Prosecutors are asking a judge to delay this month's trial of a woman accused of murdering her lover, because a key witness is refusing to testify.
20, Aug 2014 - Supreme Court preview: Beards, religion and prison
As the next Supreme Court terms near in October, Constitution Daily previews big cases before the Court. First up: beard lengths and religious rights in jail.
20, Aug 2014 - Wisconsin man gets 3.5 years in overdose death
A 24-year-old Wisconsin man has been sentenced to more than three years in prison in connection with his father's overdose death. The Journal Times reports Adam Jaskulske of Racine was sentenced Thursday to three-and-a-half years in prison, followed by six-and-a-half years extended supervision. Investigators say 49-year-old Glen Jaskulske died after he and his son spent a night partying and ...
20, Aug 2014 - Natchitoches man sentenced to 5 years for part in drug ring
A Natchitoches man will serve five years in prison for his part in a cocaine and meth distribution ring that operated in northwest and southwest Louisiana, according to a release.
20, Aug 2014 - Same-Sex Marriages On Hold In Virginia After Supreme Court Weighs In
The U.S. Supreme Court has blocked an appeals court ruling that would have allowed gay marriages to begin in Virginia tomorrow.
20, Aug 2014 - Man climbed atop basketball hoop in jail escape
A physically fit inmate who was a known flight risk escaped from a central Arizona jail by hoisting himself atop a basketball hoop, grabbing on to an overhead security fence and breaking it apart.
20, Aug 2014 - Barrett Township man will serve time in prison after rash of burglaries
A Barrett Township man who burglarized multiple homes in 2013 will do state time as part of a program for drug-related crimes.
20, Aug 2014 - CANDIDATE QUESTIONNAIRE: Timothy Dupree, Wyandotte County Judge
KANSAS CITY, KAN. ----- Below is the questionnaire from Timothy Dupree our third candidate in next week's Wyandotte County judge primary race. Again, thank you to all the candidates for responding to our questions!
20, Aug 2014 - Texas Gov. Rick Perry arrives to face abuse of power charges
Texas Gov. Rick Perry arrived at a county courthouse Tuesday to be booked on felony charges that accuse him of abusing his power by carrying out a threat to veto funding to state public corruption prosecutors.
20, Aug 2014 - Man convicted of Utah killing now in Clark County jail
JEFFERSONVILLE — A Jeffersonville man who spent more than 12 years in a Utah prison for killing his girlfriend and shooting his mother and led police on a vehicle pursuit last week — one day before his term of parole expired — has been charged in Clark County.
20, Aug 2014 - Appeals court rules against Rauner term limit measure
An appeals court has ruled that a question about term limits can't be on the Illinois ballot in November.
20, Aug 2014 - Man ordered to stand trial in Utah stabbing death
A man who was pulled out of his car and stabbed to death in downtown Salt Lake City in April was a veteran, a father and a husband. When his wife was asked Wednesday how friends would describe him, she used one word: "peaceful." Moments after the wom...
20, Aug 2014 - Commissioners met with business owner before
The West Virginia man who took plans for a new prison out of the Fayette County Commissioners' office late last month sat down with two commission members last year to discuss a proposal for building
20, Aug 2014 - Eric Holder bringing personal perspective to Ferguson
WASHINGTON — Eric Holder talks about the nation's civil rights struggles in a way no previous U.S. attorney general could — by telling his own family story.
20, Aug 2014 - Woman sought to testify
A Michigan woman is being sought by certificate service as a key witness in the September trial of a Nashville man charged with manslaughter in the December, 2012, traffic accident deaths of a Nashville couple.
20, Aug 2014 - Developer Who Sued Zuckerberg Cites E-Mail Showing Offer
A property developer who sued billionaire Mark Zuckerberg for allegedly failing to assist him with business networking as part of a real estate deal produced an e-mail mentioning that the Facebook Inc. (FB) founder offered to help him in a “light” way.
20, Aug 2014 - Murphy family, Nelson community seeks to move on after Taylor sentence
Nearly a year after Alexis Murphy went missing from Nelson County, the man convicted of abducting and murdering the 17-year-old will serve two life sentences in prison, though he may have years of leg
20, Aug 2014 - Former Loggins CEO sentenced to prison, ordered to repay $2.7M
A 60-year-old Tyler, Texas man was sentenced to federal prison for making false statements on a loan application in the Eastern District of Texas, announced U.S. Attorney John M. Bales today. Promote to Mobile Breaking News read more
20, Aug 2014 - NOPD's 5th District moves into permanent station
For the first time since Hurricane Katrina, New Orleans police have a permanent foundation from which to tackle crime in the Fifth District. 
20, Aug 2014 - Same-sex marriage in Indiana clears hurdle
INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) – In a ruling that came down Tuesday, a judge ruled that Indiana must recognize same-sex marriages performed in other states. While this was a victory for same-sex marriage proponents, the battle for marriage equality in Indiana is far from over.
20, Aug 2014 - DA: Very experienced prosecutor assigned to Torrey Scott case
In an exclusive interview, Chatham County District Attorney Meg Heap said she plans to put one of her most experienced prosecutors on the case.
20, Aug 2014 - NV Energy wins $500,000 refund from state Tax Commission
The utility overpaid the tax on machinery it had purchased and sought the refund. Chris Nielsen, Nevada Department of Taxation executive director, told the commission Monday he had informed Alaina Burtenshaw, who chairs the Nevada Public Utilities Commission, about the refund. Nielsen said it could have an impact on …
20, Aug 2014 - Patent troll case referred back to Vermont courts
MONTPELIER -- Vermont Attorney General Bill Sorrell's lawsuit against an alleged "patent troll" scored a preliminary victory Monday when the U.S. Appellate Court for the Federal Circuit ruled that the case should be tried in Vermont.
20, Aug 2014 - Ga. trial shows food safety relies on honor system
ALBANY, Ga. (AP) — Jurors at the nation's first federal criminal trial stemming from a deadly outbreak of food-borne illness are learning a disconcerting fact: America's food safety largely depends on the honor system.
20, Aug 2014 - In unusual move, trial exhibits posted online in Bob and Maureen McDonnell case | Crime & Legal Iss
Aside from all the testimony coming from the witness stand, there is another surprising thing about the federal corruption case against Bob and Maureen McDonnell: The public access that U.S. District Judge James R. Spencer has granted to trial exhibits.
20, Aug 2014 - Former Indiana postmaster gets more than 5 years
A former Indiana postmaster has been sentenced to more than five years in federal prison on charges of receiving and possessing child pornography.
20, Aug 2014 - Plain Talk: Big money taints the high court's credibility
Anti-union interests paid big bucks to elect justices to the Wisconsin Supreme Court, which gave those interests just what they wanted.
20, Aug 2014 - Federal judge in New Jersey dismisses 2nd challenge to state's ban on gay conversion therapy
For the second time in nine months, a federal judge in New Jersey has dismissed a lawsuit challenging the state's ban on gay conversion therapy.
20, Aug 2014 - C-Falls man gets 21 years for Evergreen crash
A 29-year-old Columbia Falls man was sentenced to 21 years in prison, all suspended, for his role in a Jan. 19, 2013, crash in Evergreen that seriously injured a passenger in the second vehicle.
20, Aug 2014 - Window to History: Cumberland Valley Volunteer Firemen's Association
This is a C.V.V.F.A. badge from 1906 showing an arch by the courthouse. (Courtesy — Mike Marotte)
20, Aug 2014 - School supplies become more high tech for school year
A 34-year-old Plover man accused of hitting his girlfriend with a baseball bat and tying her to a towel rack during a domestic dispute stood mute before a judge Monday when he was asked to enter pleas to six felonies, according to online Portage County court records.
20, Aug 2014 - Fugitive Friday: 07/25/14
If you know anything about these fugitives, you can earn up to $1,000 by calling Crime Stoppers at (800) 780-TIPS. All information below courtesy of Crime Stoppers.
20, Aug 2014 - Boland committed to prison mental hospital
COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) — Federal prosecutors say a 30-year-old woman who had a gun outside a Charleston private school last year was committed to a prison psychiatric hospital.
20, Aug 2014 - Six Wyoming candidates have criminal convictions
Some candidates in next week’s primary election pleaded guilty to or were convicted of crimes, according to background checks by the Star-Tribune.
20, Aug 2014 - Hanabusa asks court to delay makeup election, give Big Island more time for storm recovery
HONOLULU — U.S. Rep. Colleen Hanabusa of Hawaii is asking a court on the Big Island to delay a makeup election for more than 8,000 voters, saying they should have more time to recover from a tropical storm before casting ballots in a primary that includes her running for U.S. Senate.
20, Aug 2014 - Condemned Inmate Seeks New Trial
A death row inmate from eastern Kentucky has asked a federal judge to throw out is conviction and sentence, saying a judge erred in accepting his guilty plea.
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20, Aug 2014 - Sentencing for Macomb County man who beat toddler to death
A Washington Township man is to be sentenced to life in prison without parole today in the death of his former girlfriend's 2-year-old son.
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