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judges for the Oklahoma Court of Criminal Appeals ordered a stay of execution for a man convicted of beheading a co-worker in 2014 at the Vaughan Foods processing plant in Moore, Oklahoma, according to court documents filed in Pittsburg County District Court. Alton Alexander Nolen, 33, was ...
(Delmarvanow.com) -- An Onancock woman who claimed in court she was turned away by jail officials when she reported there to begin a 14-day sentence because of lack of paperwork was ordered to immediately begin serving her time. Kimya Bunting, 19, had been sentenced to 14 days in jail in June ...

The Columbia Missourian newspaper is demanding a circuit court judge throw out a protective order which bars the media from obtaining documents from an open records request related to a Howard County Coroner's inquest. "With all of the people who attended this public meeting and with all of the ...
court orders Cuyahoga County to release video of corrections officer's attack on naked inmate. Updated January 18, 2018 at 6:21 PM ; Posted January 18, 2018 at 3:28 PM. Cuyahoga County must release to Cleveland.com a video showing a jail guard using excessive force on a naked inmate, a special master appointed ...

Print. Beirut --. A Lebanese military court handed down a six-month prison sentence to a journalist for presenting views critical of the army, a court official told AFP said Thursday. Hanin Ghaddar, also a researcher known for her criticism of the powerful Hezbollah movement, was sentenced in absentia on ...
DUTCHESS COUNTY - Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman announced on Jan. 17, 2018, a ruling issued by Supreme Court Justice Charles D. Wood in the Attorney General's lawsuit against Champion Fuel and Service Corp. and its owner David DeSilva Sr. A.G. Announces court order Against ...
Court: Order to Unlock Phone With Fingerprint Constitutional. The Minnesota Supreme Court has found that a judge's order requiring a man to unlock his cellphone with a fingerprint was constitutional. Jan. 17, 2018, at 11:52 a.m.. Court: Order to Unlock Phone With Fingerprint Constitutional ...
LAME DEER -- The newly elected president of the Northern Cheyenne tribe was inaugurated Monday, but on Tuesday, he was served with an order that prevents him from taking office until a complaint filed about his opponent is resolved. L. Jace Killsback signed his oath of office for president on Monday ...
The Washington state Department of Licensing will no longer release personal information to federal immigration authorities without a court order unless required by law, the agency announced Monday. The move is among a series of changes the agency is making in response to outrage over its policy of ...
The Washington state Department of Licensing will require a court order before releasing records to federal immigration authorities, the agency announced Monday. "We are completely focused on correcting our processes and rebuilding trust with all Washington residents," DOL Director Pat Kohler said in ...
FILE - In this April 19, 2009, file photo, Pakistan's pro-Taliban cleric Sufi Mohammad leaves after addressing his supporters in Mingora, Pakistan. Pakistani prison authorities and a lawyer said the radical, anti-U.S. cleric imprisoned since 2009, left the jail Monday night, Jan. 15, 2018, in Peshawar after a ...
NEWARK, N.J. (AP) -- A federal judge in New Jersey has officially ended a 35-year-old consent decree prohibiting the Republican National Committee from engaging in tactics that can lead to voter intimidation. The decree was to expire last month, but the judge allowed the Democratic National Committee ...
NEWARK, N.J. (AP) -- A federal judge in New Jersey has officially terminated a consent decree prohibiting the Republican National Committee from engaging in tactics that can lead to voter intimidation, ending a legal dispute that dates back to President Ronald Reagan's first term. The decree was to ...
A panel of US federal judges have ruled that North Carolina's Congressional district voting map is unconstitutional and illegally favours Republicans. The panel ordered the state to re-draw the 2016 map designed by the Republican-controlled General Assembly. It was the first federal court ruling to block a ...
In the wake of a late night court ruling blocking the Trump Administration from ending a popular immigration program, congressional negotiators say it's still full steam ahead -- for now. When President Donald Trump ended the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, which protects young ...

The American Civil Liberties Union wants Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach held in contempt of court, arguing he disregarded a court order to register voters. The ACLU filed court ... "It is concerning when a lawyer sworn to uphold the rule of law law disregards court orders," said Rep. John Carmichael ...
New Delhi -- In a possible advance for gay rights in India, the Supreme court ordered a review on Monday of Section 377, a colonial-era law reinstated in 2013 that criminalizes consensual sex between men. Responding to a petition filed by members of the gay, bisexual and transgender community who ...
The U.S. Supreme Court ordered a new look at a Georgia inmate's death sentence because one of the jurors referred to the defendant using a racial slur and questioned whether black people have souls. The justices, over three dissents, said a lower court was wrong to rule that convicted murderer Keith ...
Apple Sues France's 'Attac' Activist Group and Seeks a court order to Bar the Group from Future In-Store protests ... It is seeking 3,000 euros ($3,600) from Attac, or the Association for the taxation of Financial Transactions and Aid to citizens, and a court order barring the group from staging further protests ...
Monrovia - The Commercial Court at the Temple of Justice has ordered the arrest of Gender, children and Social Protection Minister, Julia Duncan Cassell for her alleged failure to settle over US$90,000 debt owed a local IT firm based on the Court's order.
Facing court order, prison System Seeks Funding Increase. The Alabama prison system is asking lawmakers for an additional $80 million over the next two years to improve staffing and comply with a federal court order to improve mental health care to inmates. Jan. 4, 2018, at 4:06 p.m.. Facing court order, Prison System ...
court orders Gov. LePage to release $3 million to workforce development board. A judge rules he's not allowed to withhold the federal funds during a dispute with regional agencies over how they spend the money. By Kevin MillerStaff Writer. Follow on twitter · email Writer · 207-791-6312. Share. facebook.
Let's be clear: The 14-unit apartment complex on Holmes Street, around the corner from the Forest Theater in South Dallas, is in far better shape today than it was in late May. The broken front and rear gates though which drug dealers, prostitutes and their customers came and went at all hours has been ...
state police in Geneseo arrested a Macedon man last month after receiving a complaint that he had violated an order of protection. The complainant reported Dec. 18 that 53-year-old Augustino Alberti had violated an order of protection by contacting a victim by phone and leaving several voicemail ...
Taiwan's highest court has ordered a man to pay his mother almost $1 million for raising him and paying for him to attend dentistry school. The mother, identified only by her surname, Luo, sued her second son for breaching a contract the duo signed in 1997. Her son, Chu, was 20 years old when he signed ...
WASHINGTON -- Citizenship and Immigration Services says it's resumed accepting requests to renew a grant of deferred action under the Obama-era program that shields from deportation young immigrants brought to the U.S. as children and who remain in the country illegally. In a statement posted ...
A federal court is ordering the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to propose a new rule on hazardous lead levels in paint and household dust within the next 90 days -- not the six years proposed by the Trump Administration. While lead paint was banned in the United States 40 years ago, older ...
A restaurant industry leader is hailing an Oklahoma Supreme Court ruling that reversed lower court decisions dealing with how eateries and bars charge taxes on mixed-beverage sales. The court ordered two Canadian County lawsuits dismissed Tuesday after finding that a law cited by the plaintiffs as ...
The European Court of Justice dealt Uber a major blow on Wednesday, declaring that the transportation company should be regulated like a taxi service instead of a technology company. The top European Union (EU) court said Uber and other similar technology companies are "inherently linked to a ...
Waterville, Maine (WABI) Two people have been arrested for taking a pair of dogs after a court ordered the animals to be put down. Brandon Ross and Danielle Jones are charged with refusing or neglecting to comply with a dangerous dog court order. Investigators say the couple arranged for Jones' two pit ...
On Monday, December 4, 2017, the U.S. Supreme Court issued two separate, but related, orders staying lower courts' preliminary injunctions against President Trump's most recent travel ban (see our previous alert). The practical impact of these Supreme court orders is that the latest travel ban reinstates ...
LANSING, MI - After a court battle that lasted more than seven years, Michigan teachers will get their money back. The dispute is over money collected under a 2010 law that required teachers and other school personnel to contribute 3 percent of their salaries toward their retirement health care. That money ...
Ung added, "If the Sheriff's Office then continues to ban all lawful, permitted carry, their office would no longer only be in violation of county policy, but a court order as well." Woodbury County Sheriff Dave Drew said Tuesday he understood Cady's order. "We will continue to comply with any orders that come ...
An Italian federal judge has approved the prosecution of Royal Dutch Shell and Eni in the $1.3 billion controversial sale of OPL 245 oil block. The judge in Milan also said Eni executive, Claudio Descalzi, and his predecessor, Paolo Scaroni, should be tried for their role in the deal. The trial is expected to ...
Belize city, Mon. Dec. 18, 2017- Millions of dollars that have been accumulating in the Public workers Trust Fund was placed on hold by a Supreme court order last month, when two of the workers sued the trust. The court ordered a freeze in the activities of the trust, with mediation to take place between ...
R.j. Reynolds Tobacco Co. is the beneficiary of another Engle progeny trial verdict reversal by a Florida appeals court. The case involves the largest pending jury damages awards against Reynolds -- $13.97 million compensatory and $25 million punitive -- according to its fiscal 2016 report. The overall ...
prosecutors called him a cold-blooded murderer who carefully planned the killing of co-workers at a Coast Guard station on Kodiak Island. James Michael wells, sentenced to four consecutive life sentences in 2014 for a double murder, always insisted he didn't do it. Now an appeals court has found that his ...
RUMPHI-(MaraviPost)-The Rumphi First Grade Magistrate Court has ordered the deportation of 22 illegal immigrants believed to be Ethiopian nationals who were arrested at Ntchenachena Trading Centre in the district for entering into the country without relevant travel documents. Magistrate Cuthbert Phiri ...
SIOUX CITY | A new supervisory order by the Iowa Supreme Court will enable individual counties to seek to allow weapons in public areas of floors of a courthouse that are not totally occupied by the court system. The order could alter the dynamics of courthouse security in the Woodbury County ...
As part of his arrangement, he was issued a court order of protection for the two he's accused of having intercourse with. In November of 2017 the state police say that Burns had been consistently violating the order of protection for one of the listed victims. Burns was arrested for 2 counts of Criminal Contempt in the second ...
(CNN) A Turkish court has ordered the release of German journalist and translator Mesale Tolu, according to Germany's Foreign Ministry. Tolu, who was detained seven months ago, will be released under judicial control, ministry spokeswoman Maria Adebahr said Monday. "Although Tolu is not allowed to ...
A mechanic (face obscured, as he figures in a Criminal Investigation) stands in front of Buk launcher 332 of Russia's 53rd Anti-aircraft Missile Brigade in an undated photograph thought to have been taken in spring 2013. The Buk launcher has been identified by the international criminal investigation into ...
The Indiana Court of Appeals has ordered Howard Superior Court Judge William Menges to hold another trial for a man sentenced to six years on a cocaine charge. The Indiana Court of Appeals has ordered a retrial for a Kokomo man sentenced to six years in prison for possessing cocaine after ...
... central London in 2005 for 5.5 million pounds. He also has at least two yachts, Force India, on sale for 13.95 million euros ($16.4 million), and Zippo, being marketed for 329,500 euros. The banks claim Mallya has breached Indian court orders by dividing some of his assets up between his three children.
Grassroots group the Torrance Refinery Action Alliance has warned Torrance residents about the dangers accociated with a hazardous release of toxic hydrofluoric acid since the February 2015 blast at the plant that almost catastrophic release of the gas that could have threatened the lives of tens of ...
A judge in Indiana recently ordered Starbucks to keep 77 Teavana stores open at Simon Property Group Inc. malls around the country. Simon, the country's largest shopping mall operator, sued in August after Starbucks announced its plan to close all 379 Teavana stores over the next year due to ...
The defendants are subject to a financial judgment and injunction against practicing in the industry after using alleged illegal tactics to collect from consumers. News. The Federal Trade Commission has banned three defendants who allegedly posed as lawyers for the purpose of attempting to collect debts ...
The Trump administration asked a federal judge late Wednesday for an emergency order blocking transgender military enlistments that are set to begin Jan. 1. The motion filed late Wednesday in federal district court in Washington, D.C., requests a decision on the request by Monday, and if granted, it could ...


 

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