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02, Mar 2015 - It's been such a rough winter that police in Hanahan,…
A central Florida handyman has been sentenced to life in prison for killing an 85-year-old Volusia County Sheriff's Office volunteer.
02, Mar 2015 - Saratoga County arrests, Feb. 17
QUEENSBURY -- Prosecutors and the defense lawyer for a former local gym owner who is charged with selling drugs are discussing a possible plea deal to avoid a trial scheduled for next month.
02, Mar 2015 - Ex-Oppenheimer executive pleads guilty in loan fraud scheme
A former Oppenheimer & Co Inc investment bank executive pleaded guilty on Friday to conspiring to deceive Oklahoma regulators as part of a scheme that left an Oklahoma-based insurer in receivership. Allen Reichman, 55, pleaded guilty in Manhattan federal court to one count of conspiracy to commit wire fraud in a case that originated with a related investigation into a failed New York bank ...
02, Mar 2015 - Group of Sisters of St. Joseph nuns in Crookston work to spare life of Rodriguez, who killed Sjodin
A small group of Catholic nuns dedicated to eliminating the death penalty is working to spare the life of a man convicted of kidnapping and killing a University of North Dakota student.
02, Mar 2015 - GA probate judges hope to avoid confusion regarding gay marriages
A Cook County probate judge was preparing Friday to try to help probate judges across Georgia prepare for the U.S. Supreme Court's potential ruling this Summer on gay marriage.
02, Mar 2015 - Justices hear challenge to independent electoral map drawers
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Supreme Court is hearing an appeal from Arizona Republicans who want to take away a voter-approved commission's power to draw the state's congressional district boundaries.
02, Mar 2015 - Judge orders man accused of burning woman held in hospital
BELLEVILLE, Ill. (AP) _ A southern Illinois judge has ordered a suspect in the killing of an 85-year-old woman held in a state psychiatric hospital to see if he can become mentally fit for trial. The Belleville News-Democrat reports 31-year-old DeMarcus Barnes on Thursday was returned to the Illinois Department of Human Services for evaluation […]
02, Mar 2015 - Ex-police chief: JonBenet Ramsey crime scene was mishandled
In his most extensive comments on the JonBenet Ramsey case, former Boulder, Colorado, police Chief Mark Beckner says officers botched the initial handling of the crime scene.
02, Mar 2015 - Attorneys spar as trial begins for Marine who disappeared
CAMP LEJEUNE, N.C. (AP) — The criminal case against a Marine accused of deserting his unit in Iraq a decade ago began taking shape when Navy criminal investigators assumed the worst about the Muslim corporal based on hearsay from other service members, a defense attorney argued Thursday.
02, Mar 2015 - Bond increased for Indiana couple charged in boy's death
A northeastern Indiana judge has increased the bond for a couple charged in connection with the death of the woman's 3-year-old son.
02, Mar 2015 - Hernandez trial testimony focuses on former Pats star's surveillance system
Prosecutors continued presenting evidence Thursday against former New England Patriot star tight end Aaron Hernandez, who is on trial for murder.
02, Mar 2015 - Armandariz Trial: Voicemails Played for Jury
Voicemails Gabriel Armandariz sent to the mother of the boys leading up to the day they were murdered were played for the jury Wednesday morning.
02, Mar 2015 - Trial in Waterloo for 1983 murder case
Jury selection for the trial of an Iowa woman accused of killing her husband and his girlfriend more than 30 years ago is scheduled to begin Monday afternoon in Waterloo.
02, Mar 2015 - DA: Teen suspect takes selfie with homicide victim, posts it to Snapchat
A selfie taken by a homicide suspect posing with his alleged victim and later posted to the social media site Snapchat "was a key piece of evidence that led investigators to the defendant," John Peck, district attorney for Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania, said Monday.
02, Mar 2015 - Man convicted of murder claims sexual abuse history should have been disclosed at trial
LAWTON, Okla. (KSWO) – A man sentenced to death for killing an Oklahoma Highway Patrol trooper attempted to appeal his death sentence. Ricky Malone shot and killed trooper Nik Green in 2003 after he was caught manufacturing meth in Cotton County. Malone waived his right to a jury trial and a judge convicted him of […]
02, Mar 2015 - Minnesota sex offender program gets legal test
Minnesota's civil commitment program for sex offenders has been under fire for years by people who say it's unconstitutional because it amounts to a life sentence. A federal judge has pressured state lawmakers to change the program to address concerns, but they have not.
02, Mar 2015 - Life he worked to build after prison ends in tragedy
Incarcerated at age 15 and released from state prison at 26, Steven Jouir Glaze promised the world he would make a better future for himself. On Thursday, his life ended in tragedy.
02, Mar 2015 - Right to Farm, Right to Bear Arms amendments argued before Missouri Supreme Court
Plaintiffs argued the ballot language was misleading. The state's attorneys said courts shouldn't overturn election results based on semantics. Read more
02, Mar 2015 - Strauss-Kahn denies pimping charges
(ANSA) - Rome, February 10 - One-time French presidential hopeful and ex-IMF chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn on Tuesday denied pimping charges at a trial in the northern French city of Lille.
02, Mar 2015 - Mississippi Power rate refund likely after State Supreme Court decision
Mississippi Power customers will likely get a refund soon because of a State Supreme Court decision Thursday. The court rejected the rate increase granted by the Public Service Commission on March 5, 2013.
02, Mar 2015 - New details emerge in murder of Strasburg couple
There has been a breakthrough in the murder investigation of an elderly couple from Strasburg, OH. One suspect is in custody and already faced a judge. Now, new surveillance video could lead police to a second suspect.
02, Mar 2015 - US jury finds Palestinian groups liable for terror attacks
NEW YORK (AP) — The Palestine Liberation Organization and the Palestinian Authority backed a series of terrorist attacks in the early 2000s in Israel that killed or wounded Americans, a U.S. jury found Monday in awarding several hundred million dollars in damages at a high-stakes civil trial.
02, Mar 2015 - Nebraska Judge Strikes Down Ban on Gay Marriage
A federal judge has blocked Nebraska's gay marriage ban, but the decision will not take effect until March 9.
02, Mar 2015 - Wolves Win One in Battle With Ranchers
The United States Fish and Wildlife Service on Thursday formally restored endangered species protections to the gray wolves of the western Great Lakes area—Wisconsin, Minnesota, and Michigan—and Wyoming. In a one-paragraph statement, the FWS explained that it had taken the action to comply with two federal court orders in 2014 that overturned the agency’s move to end special protections for the ...
02, Mar 2015 - Missouri man convicted of wife's death gets legal victory
The Missouri Court of Appeals ruled that newly discovered evidence could produce a different outcome at a new trial. Read more
02, Mar 2015 - DC mayor: City to legalize pot despite threat from Congress
WASHINGTON (AP) — Possession of marijuana will become legal in the nation's capital, Mayor Muriel Bowser reiterated Wednesday, defying a threat from Congress that she and other city leaders could face prison time for implementing a voter-approved initiative.
02, Mar 2015 - New court program gets tough on probation violators
LOWELL -- An experimental program that is upending the status quo at probation departments across the country will soon change the way Lowell Superior Court rehabilitates those at the highest risk of reoffending.
02, Mar 2015 - Man gets three years in judge abduction case -- Gazette.Net
A man accused of drunkenly abducting a Montgomery County circuit judge with whom he was in a relationship pleaded guilty Friday and was sentenced to three years in prison.
02, Mar 2015 - Reimbursement increased for clients victimized by dishonest lawyers
ALBANY – Clients victimized by dishonest New York State lawyers will now be eligible for up to $400,000 of reimbursement by the decades-old program funded by registration fees paid by the state’s nearly 300,000 attorneys.
02, Mar 2015 - Witness: Women screamed for help before Greyhound bus rammed their overturned SUV
In the second week of the Greyhound bus crash wrongful-death trial, one witness described feeling helpless watching the bus ram an overturned SUV, killing the three young women who had… Click to Continue »
02, Mar 2015 - Deadlocked jury in trial of woman charged with killing boyfriend with car in Bridgeport
BRIDGEPORT, Conn. (AP) — A Connecticut jury in the trial of a woman charged with killing her boyfriend with her car has told a judge that it is deadlocked, but it’s expected to continue deliberations.
02, Mar 2015 - U.S. top court says state dental board can't regulate teeth whitening
The U.S. Supreme Court on Wednesday ruled that a North Carolina state dental board does not have the authority to regulate teeth-whitening services, accepting the federal government’s claim that the system is anticompetitive because dentists sit on the panel. The court, on a 6-3 vote, ruled for the U.S. Federal Trade Commission, which had decided that the North Carolina State Board of Dental ...
02, Mar 2015 - Alex Lane Offers Advice on Avoiding DUIs During Football Championship Weekend
Alex Lane, an attorney in Phoenix, Arizona, has represented many people accused of driving under the influence of alcohol, and he notes that some times of the year see spikes in DUI arrests. "During ...
02, Mar 2015 - Gang Member, Heroin Drug Dealer Sentenced to 40 Years in Prison
In July 2014, Thomas Smith and 21 other people, most of who were members or associates of the 22nd Street Bloods in Columbus were indicted by a Scioto County Grand Jury.
02, Mar 2015 - Big 12's chief reprimands K-State for court-storming case
Big 12 Conference Commissioner Bob Bowlsby is publicly reprimanding Kansas State for failing to prevent Wildcats fans from pouring onto the court after the school's upset victory over rival Kansas. Bowlsby's admonition Wednesday came the same day Kansas State student Nathan Power was publicly identified as the fan who body-checked Kansas forward Jamari Traylor after the Wildcats' 70-63 victory ...
02, Mar 2015 - Inmate pleads guilty in slaying of cellmate from Grand Haven
Police/Fire Inmate pleads guilty in slaying of cellmate from Grand Haven A 51-year-old man already in a Michigan prison for a 1991 slaying faces sentencing in April for killing his cellmate. AP Wire saginaw Feb 24, 2015 (function(e,t){if(t._ym===void 0){t._ym="";var m=e.createElement("script");m.type="text/javascript",m.async=!0,m.src="//",(e.getElementsByTagName("head ...
02, Mar 2015 - Dayton man sentenced to prison for 2001 rape
ELYRIA — A Dayton man who was linked to the 2001 rape of a Lorain woman through DNA has been sentenced to 14 years in prison. Raymond Dennard, 47, pleaded guilty in November to rape, kidnapping and aggravated burglary in the case. Dennard broke into the woman’s home and sexually assaulted her while a child Read More... The post Dayton man sentenced to prison for 2001 rape appeared first on ...
BOISE — Idaho Department of Correction Director Kevin Kempf said there are a few things he always likes to keep in mind: People can change, lawbreakers can be redeemed and, even behind the secure gate
02, Mar 2015 - Boutique Firm Moves Financial Services Practice to Greenberg Traurig’s Chicago Office
The lawyers from the respected boutique law firm Henderson Law LLP have added their financial services practice to the Investment Management Group in the Chicago office of international law firm Greenberg Traurig, LLP. (PRWeb February 20, 2015) Read the full story at
02, Mar 2015 - Trial delayed for Ohio suspect in plot to attack US Capitol
CINCINNATI (AP) - A judge has postponed trial for an Ohio man accused of plotting to attack the U.S. Capitol. A U.S. district judge in Cincinnati put off the March 2 trial date on Tuesday, when she met with attorneys in the case of 20-year-old Christopher Lee Cornell. A new date hasn't been set.
02, Mar 2015 - Cambridge murder case bound over to Common Pleas Court
A Cambridge man accused of shooting and killing a woman at a Madison Avenue home last week waived his right to a preliminary hearing Thursday in the Cambridge Municipal Court.
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