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  • Parental Alienation Awareness Day to be April 25th

    Parental Alienation Awareness Day to be April 25th

    Criminal Law 04/10/2007

    Nebraska Governor Dave Heineman and Kentucky Governor Ernie Fletcher Join the Governors of Maine, Iowa, and Nevada in Recognizing and Proclaiming April 25th as Parental Alienation Awareness DayParental Alienation Awareness Organization (PAAO) is plea...

  • Man to plead guilty to slaying of 10-year-old girl

    Man to plead guilty to slaying of 10-year-old girl

    Criminal Law 04/10/2007

    [##_1L|1250316023.jpg|width="142" height="117" alt=""|_##]A man accused of killing his family will plead guilty to the abduction and murder of a ten-year-old girl, his attorney said. Simon Rios, 35, will plead guilty in Delaware County in the death o...

  • Teenager pleads guilty to killing deli owner

    Teenager pleads guilty to killing deli owner

    Criminal Law 04/09/2007

    A 16-year-old Buffalo youth has pleaded guilty to second-degree murder for killing a deli owner during a robbery.Robert Gwynn was 15 when he and a 13-year-old accomplice robbed Myheeb's Deli in November. Gwynn shot the deli owner, Mike Saeed, in the ...

  • Verdict: Guilty but mentally ill

    Verdict: Guilty but mentally ill

    Criminal Law 04/09/2007

    A jury found Gregory Nurrenberg Jr. guilty but mentally ill when he killed 45-year-old Sherry Dickey.Nurrenberg, 24, admitted killing Dickey during Memorial Day weekend 2006, but pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity.Jurors deliberated approximate...

  • Credit Card Counterfeiter Gets Five Years In Prison

    Credit Card Counterfeiter Gets Five Years In Prison

    Criminal Law 04/06/2007

    [##_1L|1383702488.jpg|width="142" height="117" alt=""|_##]United States Attorney Scott N. Schools announced that defendants Ming Li and Zhou Ru Tan have been sentenced to prison and ordered to pay fines in connection with their roles in a counterfeit...

  • Charge upgraded after lieutenant's death

    Charge upgraded after lieutenant's death

    Criminal Law 04/04/2007

    A man accused of driving drunk and fatally injuring a Gainesville Police lieutenant in the aftermath of Tuesday morning's national championship celebration could be prosecuted under a law passed following the death of another GPD officer in 2001.Atto...

  • Alameda man gets prison for groping girl

    Alameda man gets prison for groping girl

    Criminal Law 04/03/2007

    [##_1L|1405409978.jpg|width="180" height="135" alt=""|_##]An Alameda man will spend seven months in prison for groping a 14-year-old girl he was sitting next to on a flight home from the Philippines last July, U.S. Attorney Scott Schools announced to...

  • Milan woman indicted on bank fraud charges

    Milan woman indicted on bank fraud charges

    Criminal Law 04/01/2007

    A Milan woman has been indicted by a federal grand jury in Jackson on bank fraud and income tax evasion charges, according to a Friday release from David Kustoff, United States Attorney for the Western District of Tennessee.Donna L. Hardy, 48, of Mil...

  • Two former Rangers Pleads Guilty to Bank Robbery

    Two former Rangers Pleads Guilty to Bank Robbery

    Criminal Law 03/10/2007

    [##_1L|1084554093.jpg|width="120" height="88" alt=""|_##]Two former Army Rangers based at Fort Lewis pleaded guilty on Friday to charges related to an August 2006 bank robbery. Alex Blum, 19, of Greenwood Village, Colo., and Scott A. Byrne, 32, of Ca...

  • Ohio Man Sentenced for Criminal Civil Rights Charges

    Ohio Man Sentenced for Criminal Civil Rights Charges

    Criminal Law 01/18/2007

    [##_1L|1115390354.jpg|width="142" height="117" alt=""|_##]David Fredericy, of Cleveland, Ohio, was sentenced today to serve 33 months in federal prison for conspiring to commit and for committing hate crimes targeting African-American residents of Cl...

  • N.Y. City Man Pleads Guilty for Human Trafficking

    N.Y. City Man Pleads Guilty for Human Trafficking

    Criminal Law 01/12/2007

    A man from Queens, N.Y., pleaded guilty today to attempting to recruit a Korean woman whom he believed to be a minor to work as a prostitute, the Justice Department announced today.Do Hyup Bae pleaded guilty to charges relating to the operation of a ...

  • Enron CFO Goes to Prison

    Enron CFO Goes to Prison

    Criminal Law 11/13/2006

    After a delay of nearly two months, former Enron CFO Andrew Fastow is going to prison in the federal correctional system. The purpose of the delay was to allow him to give a deposition in the securities fraud class action against the company's banks....

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