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  • Judicial candidate recants pledge to pro-life group

    Judicial candidate recants pledge to pro-life group
    A Palm Beach County judicial candidate facing questions after she vowed to support the stance of a pro-life group retracted her pledge Wednesday. Peggy Rowe-Linn was the only one of 300 judicial candidates in Florida to sign an affirmation from a...
  • Ex-cop gets new hearing in fatal Bangor motorcycle crash

    A former New Jersey police officer serving a state prison sentence for a fiery drunken-driving crash in Bangor that killed two motorcyclists and injured four others in July 2011 will get another day in court. The Pennsylvania Superior Court on...
  • Irvine asks judge to open firm's books

    At a special meeting Wednesday, the Irvine City Council unanimously voted to ask for a court order compelling a powerful consulting firm to open its books for an ongoing forensic audit of the effort to transform a retired military base into a grand...
  • Indian hunger striker freed after 14 years as suicide charges dropped

    NEW DELHI (Reuters) - An Indian human rights activist who has been on hunger strike for the last 14 years in protest against alleged army atrocities walked free on Wednesday from a prison hospital where doctors had force-fed her to keep her alive. Irom...
  • Mistrial declared in Newport News shooting death

    NEWPORT NEWS — A mistrial was declared on the third day of a homicide trial Wednesday after a juror visited the crime scene the night before. The mistrial was called in the trial of Charles Crist, who is charged with murder and a firearms...
  • Court orders St. Luke's to turn over records, allow depositions in suit over Cullen claims

    Easton attorney John R. Vivian won a round Monday in his fight to defend himself from St. Luke's University Hospital's claim that he fabricated wrongful death and medical malpractice lawsuits related to killer nurse Charles Cullen. Pennsylvania...
  • Seattle man says he killed 4 in Wash., N.J. to gain revenge against U.S.

    Seattle man says he killed 4 in Wash., N.J. to gain revenge against U.S.
    A Seattle man who confessed to killing four people in Washington and New Jersey this year said each shooting was part of a mission of vengeance against the U.S. government for its actions in the Middle East, according to court documents released...
  • Package that led to evacuation of court in downtown Newport News was safe, sheriff's office says

    Package that led to evacuation of court in downtown Newport News was safe, sheriff's office says
    Newport News court buildings were evacuated and roads were blocked off downtown for about two hours Wednesday morning while emergency crews investigated a suspicious package. Court security deputies found the package inside Circuit Courtroom 1 at the...
  • Mayo: Sorting out judges tough task for voters

    Here's my Monday print column, part one of my look at the six Broward judicial races on the Aug. 26 ballot. I'll be posting my review of the four-way race for one circuit judge seat and two county court races tomorrow. Meantime, if you want to learn...
  • Immigration court speeds review of cases involving children

    Immigration court speeds review of cases involving children
    Baltimore Immigration Court, facing an increase in the number of cases involving immigrant children who crossed the border illegally, is expediting reviews to more quickly decide whether the children should be deported, according to attorneys with clients...
  • East Lyme Father And Son Plead Guilty To Child Porn Charges

    A father and son from East Lyme are headed to prison for possession of child pornography. Brian Faford, 25, and Donald Faford, 57, both of 47 Charter Oak Drive, pleaded guilty Tuesday morning in New London Superior Court to third-degree possession of...