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  • Man gets 30 days for mouthing off at judge

    Man gets 30 days for mouthing off at judge
    A 31-year-old Chicago man was sentenced to 30 days in Cook County jail Sunday after he mouthed off at a judge during an appearance in bond court. Alex Bailey, of the 3300 block of West Evergreen Street in the Humboldt Park neighborhood, had just been...
  • Columbia man stands trial on attempted murder charge in beating

    A Columbia man is standing trial this week on an attempted murder charge stemming from a fight outside of his Columbia apartment complex that prosecutors say left the other man unable to walk, speak or feed himself, according to Howard County State's...
  • Argentine default in balance as government refuses to capitulate

    BUENOS AIRES (Reuters) - Argentine President Cristina Fernandez's unflinching poker face in the battle against "holdout" investors suing the country is increasing the odds that her government will default for a second time in 12 years at the end of this...
  • Why mask the ugliness of executions? Bring back firing squads, judge says.

    A flurry of court rulings over the last few days contain a compelling discussion of the nature of the death penalty and the impact of government secrecy on public debate over our continuing embrace of barbarism. At the same time, questions over...
  • Latest Obamacare legal knot won't be easy to untangle

    NEW YORK (Reuters) - U.S. judges have their work cut out for them untangling a legal knot created on Tuesday when two federal appeals courts released conflicting rulings hours apart going to the heart of the role the federal government will play in...
  • Ex-prosecutors press for new trial for death-row inmate

    Ex-prosecutors press for new trial for death-row inmate
    The list is impressive: a former governor, a former Florida Supreme Court justice and the former attorneys general of four states. Each fought to put convicted murderers to death, but each has now asked the Florida Supreme Court to grant a new trial to...
  • Reputed Outfit member charged in federal extortion case

    Reputed Outfit member charged in federal extortion case
    A reputed member of an Outfit-connected drug ring charged with robbing cartel stash houses also is charged with federal extortion in the beating of a McHenry County man who owed him money and allegedly paying an associate to torch the man's house and car....
  • Teen Pleads Guilty To Role In Violent Robbery Of Trinity Students

    HARTFORD — A teenager pleaded guilty Friday to his role in a violent robbery and attack on the Trinity College campus. Taj Banks, 17, of Campfield Avenue in Hartford, pleaded guilty in Superior Court to conspiracy to commit second-degree robbery....
  • Ex-Libyan rebel commander appeals ruling on British torture case

    LONDON (Reuters) - A former Libyan Islamist commander who says he suffered years of torture by Muammar Gaddafi's henchmen after British and U.S. spies handed him over to Libya appealed on Monday against a ruling blocking legal action against the British...
  • Opponents to the Corcoran Gallery of Art takeover will get a hearing

    The Corcoran Gallery of Art in Washington received a surprising setback in court this week when a judge ruled that members of a group opposing the institution's planned takeover deal with the National Gallery of Art and George Washington University have...
  • Ex-Autonomy CFO seeks to block HP settlement over bad merger

    (Reuters) - A former top executive at Autonomy Corp is seeking to block Hewlett-Packard Co's settlement of three shareholder lawsuits over its troubled purchase of the British software company, saying HP officials are wrongly absolved of a $8.8 billion...