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24, Apr 2014 - Florida executes man convicted of killing 2 relatives to prevent one's testimony against him
Florida has executed a man convicted of murdering two relatives to prevent one of them from testifying against him in a burglary trial.
24, Apr 2014 - Ex-Northern Michigan student president is charged
MARQUETTE, Mich. (AP) - The former student president at Northern Michigan University has been charged with embezzlement. Her lawyer, Karl Numinen, says he expects "that as this process unfolds, the full truth will be revealed."
24, Apr 2014 - Court rules in city's favor regarding school shutdown
State appeals panel reversed lower court's decision to award damages to private Armenian school.
24, Apr 2014 - DuPage Personal Injury Lawyer Named 2014 Super Lawyer
DuPage personal injury lawyer Francis J. Discipio has been recognized as a 2014 Super Lawyer. (PRWeb April 23, 2014) Read the full story at
24, Apr 2014 - Ex-medic pleads guilty in ambulance sex assault
NEW HAVEN, Conn. (AP) — A former paramedic has pleaded guilty and will serve 3½½ years in prison for sexually assaulting a drunk, unconscious woman in an ambulance in Hamden.
24, Apr 2014 - Man gets 30 months in prison in cyberstalking case
Police/Fire Man gets 30 months in prison in cyberstalking case A young Republican activist from New York was sentenced to 30 months in federal prison Wednesday for stalking and extortion after hacking into online accounts of 15 women and finding nude photos of them. AP Wire Detroit Apr 24, 2014 if (!window.OX_ads) { OX_ads = []; } OX_ads.push({ "auid" : "436967" }); document.write(' '); U.S ...
24, Apr 2014 - Judge halts spread of zombie Nortel patents to Texas in Google trial
Epic Rockstar patent war to be waged in California Google has won a victory in its battle against patent troll Rockstar, with a US District Court judge having denied Rockstar's request to try the case in the troll-friendly Eastern District of Texas, rather than in California.…
24, Apr 2014 - Rules change means more drug offenders eligible for clemency
More federal prisoners serving sentences for non-violent crimes can apply for clemency after the Justice Department announced new rules Wednesday.
24, Apr 2014 - OKC Murder Plot Suspect Got Ricin Idea From Popular TV Show
Court documents state an Oklahoma City man arrested in a murder plot mentioned a popular television show before revealing he had Ricin.
24, Apr 2014 - U.S. court revives EU money laundering case vs RJ Reynolds
A U.S. appeals court has revived a European Union lawsuit accusing R.J. Reynolds of running a global money-laundering scheme with organized crime groups that involved the smuggling of drugs and cigarettes. The 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in New York said a lower court judge erred in finding that a U.S. anti-racketeering law known as RICO did not cover foreign conduct, barring claims by ...
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24, Apr 2014 - Friends, Family Support Accused Highway Shooter
Testimony is underway in the first trial in the notorious Mississippi Highway shootings of 2012.
24, Apr 2014 - Pa. Supreme Court denies appeal
BEDFORD, Pa. — The Pennsylvania Supreme Court has denied an appeal from Barry Lee Crespo of Bedford, who was sentenced in 2009 to 20 to 40 years for sexually assaulting a 14-year-old girl.
24, Apr 2014 - Okla. appeals court affirms life sentence in death
The Oklahoma Court of Criminal Appeals has upheld the prison sentence of a 19-year-old man convicted of first-degree murder in the shooting death of a 35-year-old man.
24, Apr 2014 - California dentist convicted of patient assault
A Central Valley dentist accused of groping four female patients while they were sedated is facing three years in prison after pleading no contest to sexual battery charges.
24, Apr 2014 - Hazing law challenged in 2012 fraternity drinking death
SYCAMORE — Defense attorneys for the five former Pi Kappa Alpha members accused in the November 2012 death of a Northern Illinois University freshman are claiming their felony hazing charges are unconstitutional.
24, Apr 2014 - Illinois prisons to use costly hepatitis C drug
Illinois prison officials will be using Sovaldi, an effective but costly new drug, to treat inmates with hepatitis C. The therapy could cost tens of millions of dollars.
24, Apr 2014 - Man held in prison a year too long awarded $7,600
A board that reviews financial claims against Wisconsin on Tuesday ordered the state's prison system to award a man $7,600 for the more than a year he spent in prison past his actual release date.
24, Apr 2014 - Jury selection begins for man accused of killing murder trial witness
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WHAS11) -- Jury selection is underway in the trial of a Louisville man accused of gunning down a murder witness. Dejuan Hammond is charged with murder in connection with the death of Troya Sheckles. Sheckles was gunned down at Shelby Park in 2009 as she was set to testify against Dejuan Hammond's brother, Lloyd Hammond. Lloyd Hammond was accused of killing Sheckles boyfriend ...
24, Apr 2014 - Prison to begin no-contact visits at Halawa prison
The recent arrest of two Halawa corrections officers for smuggling meth into the prison raised eyebrows and triggered increased drug testing of inmates. Click here to watch Catherine Cruz' story. KITV has learned the measures for controlling contraband aren’t stopping there. "We know some contraband comes through visitors and we really need to tighten up on that,"said Public Safety Director Ted ...
24, Apr 2014 - Buffalo Bill cheerleaders join NFL push-'em-back, sue over wages
By Curtis Skinner NEW YORK (Reuters) - Five former Buffalo Bills cheerleaders have sued the New York state football team, claiming it violated state wage laws by forcing them to work hundreds of hours without pay, cover their own travel expenses and spend hundreds of dollars on uniforms. The lawsuit, filed Tuesday in New York State Supreme Court by the former Buffalo Jills, is the third case ...
24, Apr 2014 - Former Vicar General Kevin McDonough deposed in clergy sex abuse
On Wednesday, another top official from the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis was in the hot seat, testifying in a court-ordered deposition about clergy sex abuse.
24, Apr 2014 - NY federal appeals court restores European Union racketeering lawsuit against R.J. Reynolds
NEW YORK, N.Y. - A federal appeals court has revived a lawsuit by the European Union alleging that U.S. tobacco company R.J. Reynolds sponsored cigarette smuggling in Europe.
24, Apr 2014 - Tyler Technologies Launches Odyssey Guide & File Solution
Tyler Technologies, Inc. today launched its Odyssey® Guide & File solution, which provides courts with a powerful suite of tools to guide pro se litigants, also known as self-represented litigants, through the process of completing court forms and filing cases online.
24, Apr 2014 - LX4211 Achieves Positive Results In Type 1 Diabetes Clinical Trial
THE WOODLANDS, Texas, April 14, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Lexicon Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (LXRX) announced today positive, top-line results in a Phase 2 clinical trial of LX4211 in type 1 diabetes, which achieved the primary endpoint of reducing mealtime insulin use as well as several secondary endpoints, including improved glycemic control.  LX4211 is an oral, first-in-class, dual inhibitor of sodium ...
24, Apr 2014 - State’s inmates going on Medicaid
After serving their time, many Ohio prison inmates will be released with more than street clothes and a few bucks in their pocket. They’re likely to leave with health insurance. State officials are helping inmates enroll in Medicaid, as they are now eligible for coverage under Gov. John Kasich’s expansion of the tax-funded health-care program.
24, Apr 2014 - Oklahoma Supreme Court upholds state's secrecy law on execution drugs
Frances Burns OKLAHOMA CITY, April 24 (UPI) -- Two Oklahoma inmates are scheduled to die next week now that the state Supreme Court says they are not entitled to know the supplier of the execution drugs.
24, Apr 2014 - North Dakota abortion providers gain hospital access amid legal dispute
State’s sole clinic now complies with laws as restrictive legislation continues to be challenged in courts
24, Apr 2014 - Ice-storm funds arrive five years later
The Madison Fiscal Court amended its budgets this past week, adding some unexpected funds to the jail and general funds. One major source of funds “we didn’t think we’d ever see,” said Judge/Executive Kent Clark, was reimbursement for county cleanup expenses from the January 2009 ice storm.
24, Apr 2014 - Man files lawsuit saying he is Audrie Pott's biological father, seeks nod as heir
A man filed a lawsuit Wednesday in Santa Clara County Superior Court in San Jose declaring that he is the biological father of teen suicide victim Audrie Pott and should be included in a wrongful death lawsuit as a legal heir. Michael Lazarin, 46, claims that Sheila and Lawrence Pott, the teen girl's legal parents, falsely claimed to be her sole heirs in the suit they lodged a year ago, seven ...
24, Apr 2014 - DealBook: Detroit Wins Judge’s Nod for Contract Settlement
A federal judge on Friday approved the city’s latest attempt to extricate itself from some long-term financial contracts that have been costing it tens of millions of dollars a year.
24, Apr 2014 - Pa. death row inmate found incompetent to proceed
LEBANON, Pa. (AP) — A judge has ruled that a man sentenced to death in the murder of a central Pennsylvania woman more than three decades ago is incapacitated and "incompetent to proceed" in his case.
24, Apr 2014 - Oscar Pistorius trial: Prosecutor looks for holes in Pistorius' testimony
Prosecutor Gerrie Nel looked for holes during Oscar Pistorius' testimony on Monday.
24, Apr 2014 - This Week in Higher Ed: April 23, 2014
The Supreme Court issued a decision Tuesday allowing Michigan’s ban on the use of race in public university admission to continue.
24, Apr 2014 - Goldman, JPMorgan seek dismissal of aluminum price-fixing lawsuits
NEW YORK (Frankfurt: HX6.F - news) , April 23 (Reuters) - Goldman Sachs Group Inc , JPMorgan Chase & Co (NYSE: JPM - news) , the London Metal Exchange and warehouse operators want a judge to throw out lawsuits saying that from May 2009 they conspired to reduce the supply and increase the price of aluminum. They argued in New York federal court motions late on Tuesday that commercial buyers of ...
24, Apr 2014 - Ohio man ordered to sit at corner with 'I AM A BULLY!' sign
A man accused of harassing a neighbor and her disabled children for the past 15 years sat at a street corner Sunday morning with a sign declaring he's a bully, a requirement of his sentence.
24, Apr 2014 - Trial postponed in sex-crime case
By TERRY SMITHExpress Staff Writer    More than 100 prospective jurors dutifully showed up for jury duty Monday in a Blaine County 5th District Court felony sex-crime case, but all of them were dismissed from service after roll call was taken, a procedure that lasted about 10 minutes.
24, Apr 2014 - Child Porn Suspect sentenced in Sioux City
An Iowa man twice convicted of child sex offenses have been given 18 years in prison for possessing child pornography.
24, Apr 2014 - U.S. court revives Europe money laundering case vs R.J. Reynolds
A U.S. appeals court has revived a lawsuit by 26 European countries that accused R.J. Reynolds Tobacco and related entities of running a global money-laundering scheme with organized crime groups. The 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in New York said a lower court judge erred in concluding that a U.S. anti-racketeering law, the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations (RICO) statute ...
24, Apr 2014 - Chiquita asks US court to toss terror payment case
MIAMI (AP) — Chiquita Brands International asked a federal appeals court Thursday to dismiss lawsuits filed against the produce giant by relatives of thousands of Colombians killed in a bloody civil war, contending the cases do not belong in a U.S. court.
24, Apr 2014 - Man with giant ‘murder’ tattoo wants it removed before his murder trial
Nothing says, “I didn’t do it” like a tattoo that says 'murder' scrolled across your neck. Jeffrey Chapman of Barton County, Kansas, is charged with first-degree murder and is worried that his tattoo that says “murder” in across his neck … Continue reading →
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