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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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02, Sep 2014 - NY man sentenced for sexually abusing child
A Crown Point man will spend 25 years in prison for sexually abusing a little girl.
02, Sep 2014 - Arizona Appeals Court: 'Pregnant Man' can get a divorce
Arizona court recognizes transgender marriage, rules "Pregnant Man" can get marriage dissolved                
02, Sep 2014 - Willmore Law Firm Profile – San Diego Law
SAN DIEGO, California – Anyone who has ever had a brush with the legal system knows how stressful these types of proceedings can be. Going to court and dealing with attorneys, discovery and depositions can be one of the most stressful and heart-wrenching things a person can endure.
02, Sep 2014 - Arkansas Supreme Court: Another sign of fracturing
A lawyer friend calls attention to a bit of arcane legal business posted last week on the Arkansas Supreme Court website during the court's summer recess. The Supreme Court in one case adopted changes proposed by a task force and committee on the rules of civil procedure and it put two other rules out for comment. The rules pertain to such matters as allocation of fault in damage suits and non ...
02, Sep 2014 - Watchdog group says most judges in La. unopposed on ballot
An analysis by a lawsuit watchdog group says the vast majority of Louisiana judges will be elected or re-elected to the bench without any input from voters this fall. According to the Louisiana Lawsuit Abuse Watch, a non-profit, non-partisan organization, more than three-fourts of the judges up for reelection this year had no opponents on the ballots. "This disturbing trend is consistent ...
02, Sep 2014 - Charges dropped in S. Idaho sex-slave case
Felony rape and first-degree kidnapping charges have been dropped against a south-central Idaho man initially accused of repeatedly raping and beating a woman and holding her prisoner for 18 months in a booby-trapped home.
02, Sep 2014 - Same-sex marriage cases from four states are set to be heard Wednesday
Several hundred people rallied in Cincinnati Tuesday evening, a day before same-sex marriage cases from four states are set to be heard in the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals. For Ohio Public Radio, WVXU's Tana Weingartner reports.
02, Sep 2014 - Candidates culled from Nevada political elites
LAS VEGAS (AP) - Nevada's attorney general candidates start with three priceless political ingredients - presidential good looks, law degrees and a pedigree in state politics. Democrat Ross Miller's father was Nevada's longest-serving governor. Republican Adam Laxalt's grandfather was former governor and two-term Sen. Paul Laxalt. But ...
02, Sep 2014 - Authorities capture inmate who escaped from Cameron Parish jail
Authorities have captured the inmate who escaped from the Cameron Parish Jail Tuesday night.
02, Sep 2014 - Quirky World... Mandela had soft spot for Winehouse
BROWN REVEALS AMY-MANDELA JAIL JOKE ENGLAND: Nelson Mandela had a soft spot for singer Amy Winehouse after a quip she made about his time in prison, former prime minister Gordon Brown has revealed.
02, Sep 2014 - Is 'Redlining' Making a Comeback?
New York's attorney general is accusing a mortgage lender of refusing to offer financing to African-Americans living in Buffalo.
02, Sep 2014 - Springfield man receives 20-year sentence for burglary
SPRINGFIELD - A central Illinois man has received a 20-year prison sentence after pleading guilty to a 2013 burglary of a garage.
02, Sep 2014 - Insanity defense OK'd for man's shooting trial
A Cabot man accused of shooting at officers during a November drug raid at his rural home has filed a notice of intent to rely on an insanity defense at his federal trial.
02, Sep 2014 - No arrest warrant for Rick Perry after indictment, judge says
It's still unclear whether Texas governor, who was indicted on two felony counts for alleged abuse of power, will have to be booked, fingerprinted or have mug shot taken
02, Sep 2014 - Judge denies Apple's attempt to ban sales of certain Samsung phones
San Francisco - A California judge on Wednesday denied a bid by Apple to ban sales of Samsung products that infringe its iPhone patents.
02, Sep 2014 - After several years, arrests made in roofing company complaints
Gwinnett County's top prosecutor believes the state dropped the ball on their investigation into a fraudulent roofing company.   Several suspects have now been charged with theft, among other charges.   The charges come five years after homeowners began complaining about Pinnacle Roofing.   District Attorney Danny Porter said time is running out for him to indict any of the suspects.   "There ...
02, Sep 2014 - Hawaii lawmaker asks court to delay makeup primary
HONOLULU (AP) — Rep. Colleen Hanabusa of Hawaii asked a court on the Big Island on Wednesday 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.
02, Sep 2014 - Supreme Court Blocks Virginia Gay Marriage, For Now
The Supreme Court today blocked same sex marriages from going forward in Virginia, putting on hold a lower court ruling from last month that struck down the state’s strict ban on gay marriage. The action by the high court means that gay marriages, that were...
02, Sep 2014 - N.J. teacher, 98, in court to fight 1950 conviction in spy case
By Joseph Ax NEW YORK (Reuters) - More than six decades ago, Miriam Moskowitz stood in New York federal court and was convicted of lying to a grand jury investigating a Cold War atomic espionage case. On Monday, the 98-year-old Moskowitz returned to court for the first time since then, this time to ask a federal judge to erase her conviction and remedy what she says was a McCarthy-era injustice ...
02, Sep 2014 - Volunteer Fire Chief Federally Charged with Stealing Funds
SCRANTON, LACKAWANNA COUNTY – The fire chief of a volunteer fire department in northeastern Pennsylvania has been federally charged with stealing from his department and the township. According to a release from the United States Attorney’s Office, Middle District of Pennsylvania, 51-year-old John Yuknavich of Wilkes-Barre Township, Luzerne County has been charged with stealing in excess of $5 ...
02, Sep 2014 - Accused of doing the unthinkable: Couple charged with child abuse, neglect
WALWORTH CO. (WITI) — A Genoa City father and stepmother, 46-year-old Michael Donahue and 37-year-old Carrie Donahue, are now charged with numerous crimes — accused of doing the unthinkable to a 12-year-old boy. This is a case investigators in Walworth County have been working on for several months. The criminal complaints against the Donahues says […]
02, Sep 2014 - Man who set fire to woman gets life in cell
A North Little Rock man who fatally burned his girlfriend was sentenced to life in prison Wednesday after a Pulaski County jury rejected his claim that he had meant only to hurt the 38-year-old woman, not kill her.
02, Sep 2014 - DC gun ruling is on hold, but having an effect
WASHINGTON (AP) — Prosecutors in the District of Columbia have for now stopped charging people with carrying a handgun outside their home or business after a judge ruled a city law banning carrying a handgun unconstitutional.
02, Sep 2014 - Ex-attorney sentenced in government funds case
JACKSON, Miss. (AP) - A former Mississippi attorney has been sentenced to two years in federal prison for the theft of funds from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs. Federal prosecutors say in a news release that 45-year-old Jason Zebert of Pearl was sentenced Tuesday by U.S. District ...
02, Sep 2014 - A.G.’s office seeks stay in federal challenge to same-sex marriage ban
LITTLE ROCK — Attorney General Dustin McDaniel’s office has asked a federal judge to put on hold a challenge to Arkansas’ same-sex marriage ban until the U.S. Supreme Court rules in a similar case in Utah.
02, Sep 2014 - Farmers' Almanac predicts another nasty winter
(AP Photo/Robert F. Bukaty). The 2015 edition of the Farmers' Almanac is seen in Lewiston, Maine, Sunday, Aug. 24, 2014. A federal judge has temporarily blocked enforcement of Louisiana's restrictive new abortion law.
02, Sep 2014 - Bitcoin entrepreneur Charlie Shrem to plead guilty to unlicensed money transmission
Charlie Shrem will plead guilty next Thursday in NY federal court to unlicensed money transmission, Marc Agnifilo, his lawyer said.
02, Sep 2014 - Cops Say Men Used Grandmother’s Casket To Smuggle Drugs Into Jail
Cops Say Men Used Grandmother’s Casket To Smuggle Drugs Into Jail Cops Say Men Used Grandmother’s Casket To Smuggle Drugs Into Jail Legal Has Been Optimized Authorities in Georgia say two inmates who are cousins used their grandmother’s casket to smuggle marijuana and other contraband into prison. Nekoase Antwan Vinson, 30, and Henry Ison Rouse, 27, are accused of secreting marijuana, tobacco, a ...
02, Sep 2014 - Virginia man sentenced in tax fraud case
RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — A Stafford County man has been sentenced to three years and one month in prison for a $600,000 tax fraud scheme. Daniel L. Jones of Fredericksburg was sentenced Thursday in federal court in Richmond.
02, Sep 2014 - U.S. Court Rules That SWAT Teams Aren’t Immune from Civil Rights Lawsuits
A federal court ruled today that SWAT teams cannot claim immunity against lawsuits alleging unjustifiable use of force, which is generally good news for people who aren't into the police militarization thing.
02, Sep 2014 - Underwear murder case in Jessamine County moves forward
A man charged with murdering a Kentucky inmate with a pair of underwear will go before a judge.
02, Sep 2014 - Legislature's redistricting fix would make minor political changes
TALLAHASSEE -- The Florida Legislature is slated to pass a court-ordered redrawing of congressional districts next week that won't be a game-changer for Democrats.
02, Sep 2014 - Dunne bankruptcy dismissal application challenged
Property developer Sean Dunne's efforts to have his US bankruptcy application dismissed have been challenged by his biggest creditors and a US court official.
02, Sep 2014 - Self-help author convicted in deaths hosts seminar
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. -- A self-help author who spent nearly two years in prison for the deaths of three people following an Arizona sweat lodge ceremony is hosting several seminars in Arizona.
02, Sep 2014 - No Arrest Warrant Being Issued For Gov. Perry
A judge has decided not to issue an arrest warrant for Texas Gov. Rick Perry, a court official said Monday, meaning the Republican can continue traveling the country and gearing up for a possible 2016 presidential run despite being indicted on two felony counts of abuse of power.
02, Sep 2014 - Court: Transgender man can keep pursuing divorce
PHOENIX (AP) — A transgender man in Arizona who gave birth to three children after beginning to change from female to male can continue to pursue a divorce, a state appeals court said Wednesday in reversing a judge who refused to end the marriage.
02, Sep 2014 - 5 Things to Know in Florida for Aug. 7
Your daily look at news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today. A Florida man convicted of killing a 3-month-old boy by tossing the infant out of a moving vehicle has been sentenced to life in prison.
02, Sep 2014 - Man gets prison sentence in fatal Mesa hit-and-run
A man has been sentenced to five years in prison in the fatal hit-and-run death of a man riding an adult-sized tricycle in Mesa in 2013.
02, Sep 2014 - Lerner and Rowe Gives Back Foundation Sponsor Special Needs and Underprivileged Kids to Attend Annu
The law offices of Lerner and Rowe Injury Attorneys and Lerner and Rowe Law Group give back by supporting the 2014 Shrine Circus for Children Sponsor Drive. (PRWeb August 21, 2014) Read the full story at
02, Sep 2014 - Judge orders FBI to investigate witness tampering - Quincy Herald-Whig | Illinois & Missouri News,
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) - A federal judge has ordered the FBI to scrutinize allegations that the agency pressured a witness not to testify in a trial about videos related to the Oklahoma City bombing.
02, Sep 2014 - Lawsuit: Tulsa failed to protect woman from player
The Department of Education is investigating 76 colleges and universities for their handling of Title IX complaints. A lawsuit filed in federal court alleges that the University of Tulsa failed to protect a student from sexual assault.
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