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22, Sep 2014 - Former prison in Ohio draws captive audience, thanks to 'Shawshank Redemption'
MANSFIELD, Ohio — They take their “get out of jail free” cards seriously here.
22, Sep 2014 - Defense attorney says Nagin unable to pay for appeal, asks to withdraw
The attorney representing former New Orleans mayor Ray Nagin in the appeal of his conviction on corruption charges has petitioned the court to be allowed to withdraw from the case.
22, Sep 2014 - Fort Hood soldier sentenced for fatal shooting
FORT HOOD, Texas (AP) — A sergeant at Fort Hood has been sentenced to 25 years in prison for fatally shooting another man during a party last year at a home on the Central Texas post. Testimony before a military judge revealed Wessel was drunk when he left the party last September to retrieve a handgun at his home and returned to shoot Ryan Dickinson in the chest.
22, Sep 2014 - Court case could change Kansas offender registry
Potentially thousands of sex offenders, violent criminals and drug dealers could be removed from a state registry that lets people know if they're living in their neighborhood.
22, Sep 2014 - Former Utah parolee arrested in Indiana for similar crime
SALT LAKE CITY (ABC 4 Utah) - A former Utah man -- convicted of a teen murder and out of jail on parole -- is now facing new murder charges in Indiana.
22, Sep 2014 - Davis attorney sentenced to felony theft from client
A Davis attorney has been sentenced to three years felony probation and 180 days in jail for felony grand theft of a client. According to a Yolo County District Attorney's Office statement released Wednesday, Yolo County Superior Court Judge Samuel McAdam sentenced Hal Wright, a 59 year-old Davis
22, Sep 2014 - Bankruptcy judge approves 2.9 million settlement for Kanawha Co. chemical spill
CHARLESTON, W.Va . (AP) -- A federal bankruptcy judge has approved a $2.9 million settlement to benefit 300,000 people whose water was contaminated in a January chemical spill. Judge Ronald Pearson filed the order Tuesday in U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Charleston...
22, Sep 2014 - Time, distance no match for 70-year-old bicyclist
NORWICH, Conn. (AP) - Four months of sleeping in an altitude tent on the basement floor of his Norwich home, years of rigorous training and a wife who put up with it all have paid off for Dave Burnett. When the 70-year-old executive director of Reliance House returns ...
22, Sep 2014 - Ex-Big-Dig chief guilty to underreporting his income
By Gintautas Dumcius State House News Service SOUTH BOSTON -- Former Big Dig chief James Kerasiotes on Thursday pleaded guilty in federal court to underreporting his income.
22, Sep 2014 - New Jersey Expected To Offer Legal Sports Betting Beginning In October
New Jersey filed a motion with a U.S. District Court judge this week to get permission to allow legal sports betting at casinos and racetracks beginning in October to increase declining revenue.
22, Sep 2014 - Tycko & Zavareei LLP Scores Appellate Victory on Behalf of APA Membership
WASHINGTON, Sept. 5, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Tycko & Zavareei has scored a significant appellate victory on behalf of the membership of the American Psychological Association ("APA").  On September 5, 2014, the United States Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit reversed the trial court's dismissal of a class action complaint alleging improper dues-charging practices by the APA, in Levine et al. v ...
22, Sep 2014 - Judge cautions Blackwater jury on immunity - Quincy Herald-Whig | Illinois & Missouri News, Sports
WASHINGTON (AP) - A federal judge Tuesday urged jurors in the criminal case against four Blackwater security guards to proceed with caution when assessing testimony by the defendants' former colleagues given under immunity.
22, Sep 2014 - Court talks about Iowa Constitution in video
The Iowa Supreme Court on Wednesday will offer a short video to high school students about the state constitution.
22, Sep 2014 - T.J. Lane, 2 others captured after prison break
LIMA, Ohio — A tense night ended with convicted school shooter T.J. Lane back in the Allen Oakwood Correctional Institution where he is serving three life sentences. Lane, 19, and two other inmates escaped from the Lima facility around 7:40 p.m. Thursday, apparently by scaling a fence. A perimeter was quickly established around the immediate area. […]
22, Sep 2014 - Judge mulling sanctions related to ethics trial
A judge is deciding whether to sanction the Georgia attorney general's office, the state ethics commission and the commission's director for not releasing certain documents in a whistleblower trial.
22, Sep 2014 - Probation, jail for Elgin Tower arsonist
A homeless man gets jail and probation for setting fire to the Elgin Tower Building earlier this year; a Kane County prosecutor is promoted to the priority prosecution unit; and Kane County State's Attorney Joe McMahon talks about completing his first Ironman Triathlon.
22, Sep 2014 - Man accused of Letterman kidnapping plot paroled in Montana
DEER LODGE - The Simms man who was accused in 2005 of plotting to kidnap the toddler son and nanny of talk-show host David Letterman, is being released from the Montana State Prison on parole.
22, Sep 2014 - Allen jail on pace for 2015 completion
OBERLIN, La. (AP) — Sheriff Doug Hebert III says work on the new 200-bed, $3.8 million Allen Parish jail is about 40 percent complete and should be done by early 2015.
22, Sep 2014 - Minnesota news in brief at 9:05 p.m. CDT
Minneapolis -St. Paul 1 site of anti-terror program The cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul will participate in a Department of Justice pilot program designed to engage at-risk communities and stop extremists from recruiting Americans to join terror organizations overseas, U.S. Attorney Andy Luger said Tuesday.
22, Sep 2014 - Rape victims file new lawsuit against city, county for untested rape kits
MEMPHIS, Tenn. — There’s a new twist in the legal battle between rape victims and the City of Memphis. Lawyers representing the class action suit dismissed their federal lawsuit and filed a civil lawsuit against the city, police department, Shelby County, and the district attorney. Lawyers say this is a difficult case. Legal experts tell […]
22, Sep 2014 - Top News
The owner of a company that provided assistance to truck owners in filing their paperwork and paying taxes has been indicted on several charges, according to the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Northern District of Florida.
22, Sep 2014 - Select Income REIT adds to portfolio in $2.7B deal
Select Income REIT will spend about $2.7 billion in cash and stock to buy Cole Corporate Income Trust in a deal that adds 64 office and industrial properties to the real estate investment trust's portfolio.
22, Sep 2014 - Dept. of Corrections Officers Arrested
Six Department of Corrections officers are in jail after assaulting an inmate at the Northwest Florida Reception Center.
22, Sep 2014 - Death By Taser: Georgia Police Used Taser Like A Cattle Prod
What started as a domestic dispute ended with the death of a 24-year-old Georgia man when he was tasered 13 times by two police officers. The incident occurred on April 11 in East Point, Georgia, a small city close to Atlanta, and charges are now been filed against the city by the family’s lawyer. Just
22, Sep 2014 - Sexual Assault Victim Speaks Out Against Little Canada Chiropractor
A Little Canada chiropractor accused of sexual assault pled guilty Monday afternoon. Ramsey County Attorney’s Office’s Dennis Gerhardstein said Thompson pled to the charge of third degree criminal sexual conduct Monday.
22, Sep 2014 - Teen murder convict given new sentence
A man who was a teenager when he robbed and killed a Davenport janitor in 2004 was given a new sentence Wednesday that allows him a chance at parole.
22, Sep 2014 - Man Gets 10 Years in Girlfriend's Explosives Death
Southern California man gets 10 years in prison for girlfriend's death with cannon-like device
22, Sep 2014 - Justice Department: Texas voter ID discriminatory
CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas (AP) — A federal judge on Tuesday began reviewing tough new Texas voter ID rules challenged by the Obama administration in a trial that could threaten the polarizing law, although a decision isn't expected before the November election.
22, Sep 2014 - Ebola Vaccine From GSK to Begin US Clinical Trials Within Weeks :Sources
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22, Sep 2014 - County judge uses Clark County inmate to move furniture
A Southern Indiana judge is under fire after a Clark County inmate was used to move furniture from the judge's rental property.
22, Sep 2014 - Male Guards Can Sue Over Jobs At Women’s Prison
Dozens of male guards say they've been denied overtime and job assignments at the state's only prison for women solely because they're men.
22, Sep 2014 - Judge Parish sentences 22 individuals
115th District Judge Lauren Parish sentenced 19 persons on felony charges, and three for misdemeanor offenses, between Aug. 5 and Aug. 29, said Upshur County District Attorney Billy Byrd’s office.
22, Sep 2014 - New York Resident Mufid Elfgeeh Charged With Recruiting ISIS Fighters And Plotting U.S. Attack
Mufid Elfgeeh, 30, of Rochester, is seen in an undated handout picture released by the Monroe County Sheriff's Office, in Rochester, New York June 2, 2014. Elfgeeh, the owner of a western New York food market, faced accusations in court on Monday that he illegally bought guns to shoot and kill members of the U.S. military returning from Iraq, according to official documents.
22, Sep 2014 - Judge Maintains Camera Restrictions in Arias Trial
Judge denies request to lift camera restrictions during penalty phase of Jodi Arias trial
22, Sep 2014 - Florida Supreme Court Denies Lorillard’s Petition for Review
A petition made by Lorillard Tobacco Company on September 9, 2014 has been denied, which further strengthens the ongoing Engle-Progeny battle against Big Tobacco. The Florida Supreme Court just denied a petition seeking discretionary review of the Third District Court … Continue reading →
22, Sep 2014 - Matoaca student receives leniency in abduction and carjacking of VSU student
A 16-year-old Matoaca High School student who faced a lengthy prison sentence for abducting, carjacking and stealing the wallet of a Virginia State University student last year was granted leniency Th
22, Sep 2014 - Lawyer: Exonerated NYC man dies from asthma attack
NEW YORK (AP) - A New York City man freed after serving 23 years in prison for a crime he didn't commit died over the weekend. His lawyer tells the New York Post ( http://bit.ly/1rftcQL ) William Lopez died suddenly Saturday from an asthma attack.
22, Sep 2014 - Former Connecticut governor's advice to company was 'ruse': witness
By Richard Weizel NEW HAVEN Conn. (Reuters) - Former Connecticut Governor John Rowland advised a healthcare company in the state as part of a "ruse" to try to hide that he was being paid to help the congressional campaign of the company owner's wife, an executive testified on Wednesday. ...
22, Sep 2014 - Trial for Filipino triple murder suspect delayed
By Balitang America Staff, ABS-CBN North America Bureau Aug. 29, 2014 REDWOOD CITY, Calif. – The trial for the undocumented Filipino man in Ohio charged in a triple murder case will be postponed for the second time. Mista is accused of killing three men — including one off-duty police officer — in a shooting spree […]
22, Sep 2014 - Engineer Paul Curry on Trial for Fatally Poisoning Wife with Nicotine
Prosecutors claim Linda Curry was "nothing more than a paycheck" to her husband
22, Sep 2014 - Pennsylvania mom faces sentence in tub drowning
INDIANA, Pa. (AP) - A western Pennsylvania woman was set for sentencing in the death of her 13-month-old son, who drowned while he was bathing unattended with two toddler siblings.
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