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email@example.comSPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- After more than three years of court hearings, an Ozarks businessman facing felony drug charges will spend just four months in prison thanks to a mistake by a police officer. That's according to prosecutors. Lawyers for Travis...
firstname.lastname@example.orgSPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- A man from Rogersville will spend the next 120 days in the Missouri Department of Corrections, where he will undergo a drug treatment program. On Friday morning, Travis Dibben was sent to prison as part of a plea deal made back in...
The two mothers passed in the hallway every morning. They never spoke, and they avoided eye contact, but each was keenly aware of the other. Both dutifully took their places in the two front rows of Courtroom 202, behind a wall of tinted windows...
VISTA -- At a court arraignment attended by his friends and fans, heavy metal singer Tim Lambesis pleaded not guilty Thursday to a charge of soliciting the murder of his estranged wife. San Diego County Superior Court Judge Martin Staven set bail at...
Tags: Justice System, Murder, Judges, Crime, Law and Justice, Trials
The family of Baltimore murder victim Isiah Callaway sued his former lawyer this week, saying he told a co-defendant of Callaway's that federal authorities wanted to speak to his client — information that the family says got him killed....
The final two people involved in a tribal district embezzlement-related case in the Sisseton area were sentenced Thursday in federal court in Aberdeen. Tammie Strutz, 52, was sentenced to 24 months in federal prison by Judge Charles Kornmann....
The commander of the Navy unit that included two sailors who drowned at Aberdeen Proving Ground in February has been relieved of his duties, the Navy said Wednesday. The Navy said Cmdr. Michael Runkle, who led the Mobile Diving and Salvage Unit 2, was...
Tags: Aberdeen Proving Ground, Trials
Months before a federal indictment detailed allegations of corruption at the Baltimore City Detention Center, the smuggling and sexual improprieties at the core of that case had already been outlined in an inmate's lawsuit. Calvin Hemphill, in a...
Cases in Lincoln District Court. List includes all names of those charged who are not identified as minors. 3/28/13 Melissa Riley, harassing communications. Status hearing for dismissal 9-26. Kayla S. Robbins, driving on DUI suspended license 1st...
Tags: Crime, Law and Justice, Theft, Criminals, Trials
Three men wearing latex gloves, two in hooded sweat shirts, fired at least 16 shots as Rashaw Scott sat in the driver's seat of a parked red Chevrolet — his 16-month-old son, Carter, was in the back passenger seat — in what police say was a...
South Bend TribuneDOWAGIAC -- A Stevensville man recently sat before a judge in court, entered a guilty plea and agreed to pay a fine to settle a ticket. Only he wasn't in a county courtroom governed by state law. Instead, he was in a hall of justice established by the...
Another former correctional officer has entered a guilty plea to charges stemming from a 2008 inmate assault and subsequent cover-up at Roxbury Correctional Institution in Hagerstown, according to the U.S. Department of Justice. Federal officials said...
Tags: Justice System, Roxbury, FBI, Judges, Crime, Law and Justice
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