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The Hartford CourantThe best deal Ted Diamond made in California the past year, aside from the bargain-basement bids he gave unsuspecting victims of his fencing-contractor scam, was the plea deal that reduced the charges against him to single felony counts of identity...
Tags: Crimes, Trials, Consumers, Crime, Law and Justice, West Hartford
Your looming dental appointment may be making you anxious enough. You probably don't need anything else to worry about, but here's something to chew on. Two employees of a Montgomery County dental practice are accused of playing dentist in the office...
Tags: Justice System, Trials, Lawyers, X-rays, Allentown
There is more than enough justification for Pennsylvanians to expect the worst from their highest state court. Often, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court has performed atrociously — from giving state lawyers carte blanche to engage in unethical conduct,...
A Pennsylvania judge ruled Tuesday that state officials cannot enforce a new voter identification law in next month's presidential election. The ruling by Commonwealth Court Judge Robert Simpson is expected to be appealed. Supporters argue that the...
Tags: Justice System, Trials, Lawyers, Tom Corbett, Republican Party
Garrett Cornell, 42, will wait at the Hamilton County Jail to learn just how much time he will spend in prison after pleading guilty to two felony counts of child molestation and child exploitation. "I think Garrett believes he's gonna die in prison....
Tags: Crimes, Trials, Crime, Law and Justice, Prisons
The tax-shelter-fraud case against Chicago lawyers and accountants took another strange twist Thursday when one defendant pleaded guilty to criminal charges months after her conviction was overturned. Donna Guerin, a former partner in defunct law firm...
Tags: Justice System, Trials, Lawyers, Defendants, Deutsche Bank AG
Sometimes what I think the Pulitzer committee is after, humor-wise, isn't just one epic exposť, as per last week's gem on rotten-tomato fights. It's a body of hard-hitting work. That's what leads me to this steamy parking garage in Burbank, looking for...
A Hancock County coroner, who was arrested in early May on an operating a vehicle while intoxicated charge, was sentenced Wednesday. Tamara VanGundy entered a plea agreement and was sentenced to two years of probation, after being found guilty of...
Tags: Trials, Punishment
The public nudity case against Martinsville’s disgraced former basketball coach was dropped as part of the man’s plea agreement in Morgan County, Fox59 has learned. Timothy Wolf was arrested in February after being found partially nude in...
Ten Indianapolis bar owners want to stop the city's strengthened smoking ban while a federal district court takes up the case. The ban went into effect June 1. An attorney for the bars filed a motion for a preliminary injunction Monday morning. Several...
The owner of a temporary water slide on the city's northwest side announced Friday that he will be moving operations to Ohio. Multiple members of the community had complained about "The Thriller," which had been located in the 3900 block of Kevin Way....
A Fishers mother accused of leaving her child inside a hot SUV has entered a not guilty plea in court. Megan Trueblood pleaded not guilty to child neglect Wednesday. Prosecutors said Trueblood left her 16-month-old daughter alone in her SUV while she...
Tags: Lifestyle and Leisure, Prosecution, Trials, Fishing
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