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It's been more than two years since David Scott Corrigan was caught by a police officer slicing a campaign sign from its frame outside the headquarters of a pro-slots campaign committee in Severna Park. Corrigan's criminal case involving the theft of 70...
Sun SentinelFlorida Attorney General Pam Bondi announced Tuesday that her office is suing Nationwide Pools, accusing the Pompano Beach-based company of violating the state’s Unfair and Deceptive Trade Practices Act. The 17-page lawsuit alleges Nationwide...
Tags: Business, Pompano Beach, Sales, Pam Bondi, Trials
Several Southwest Virginia small business owners sue Billionaire Jim Justice saying he owes them moneySmall-business owners in the coalfields of Appalachia are complaining about debts owed to them by a West Virginia billionaire who owns dozens of mines. Some of the businesses have filed lawsuits against Jim Justice claiming they performed work for the...
StatewideShipman & Goodwin LLP's Connecticut and Washington, D.C. offices have been recognized in 8 different areas of practice, and 18 of the firm's attorneys have been recommended as "Leaders in Their Field" by Chambers USA America's Leading Lawyers for Business...
HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) — A Connecticut woman disfigured in a chimpanzee attack has been denied permission to sue the state. Charla Nash's family sought permission to sue Connecticut for $150 million but was denied Friday by state Claims Commissioner...
Tags: Stamford, Trials, Sandra Herold
The Hartford CourantA multimillion-dollar claim against the state by Charla Nash — blinded in a 2009 mauling by a 200-pound chimpanzee that tore off her face — was dismissed Friday by state Claims Commissioner J. Paul Vance Jr. Vance's decision denies Nash...
Former Los Angeles County Dist. Atty. Steve Cooley and former Deputy Dist. Atty. Alan Jackson have joined a high-stakes Hollywood legal battle related to the failed movie business dealings of construction magnate Ron Tutor and a partner. Last month,...
The Parkland Community Library on Friday sued the Parkland School Board to stop the district's plan to lower the special library tax rate in the next school year. The library asked Lehigh County Court for an injunction that would reverse the school...
Cynthia Sahagun has only a few memories and photographs of her grandson Cristiano Belle-Felix, who was murdered just before his first birthday in late 2009. But now she says she's comforted by a guilty verdict for the Boca Raton man charged in the...
Los Angeles County Dist. Atty. Jackie Lacey announced Tuesday that she has issued new policies on when to disclose information about police officer misconduct and other evidence in criminal cases to defense attorneys. The move drew praise from the...
A federal judge in Florida said this week that she would review the constitutionality of the National Security Agency's collection of Americans' phone data after a man accused of masterminding an armed-truck robbery asked for his NSA phone data in hopes...
Tags: Prosecution, Manhattan (New York City), Politics, FBI, Theft
Special to the TribuneMultiple warrants were issued today for the arrest of a Schaumburg man who authorities said cut off an electronic monitoring device and fled on the day his stalking trial was to start, authorities said. Police were actively seeking Raymond Nathan, 44,...
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