Archive | September, 2013

Amanda Bynes Misses Court, Deemed Mentally Unfit To Stand Trial For Dui Arrest, Says Lawyer

24 Sep

I don’t drink,” she tweeted at the time. “Please fire the cop who arrested me. I also don’t hit and run. The end.” Aside from her case resurfacing, Bynes has been out of the public eye for some time now. However, her infamous Twitter account was hacked Aug.

Lawyer wants delay in cocaine case

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(AP) Federal court records say a lawyer has asked to delay the Oct. 2 sentencing of a man who pleaded guilty to selling cocaine in Clay, Chickasaw and Monroe counties. Timothy Spraggins was indicted on four counts of distributing drugs in March and July 2011. He pleaded guilty to one count in U.S.

Bullying Lawsuit Against School Dismissed

16 Sep

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Other Stories Motorcade escorts fallen officer back… The Mason City Globe Gazette reports that the lawsuit filed by Heather Conti on behalf of her 17-year-old daughter was dismissed Thursday. Online court records indicate a Cerro Gordo County District judge granted the school district’s motion for summary judgment. The lawsuit says that during the 2010-11 school year, Angelina Conti suffered harassment that was “detrimental to her physical and mental health and substantially interfered with her academic performance.” The lawsuit also says Angelina Conti received text messages and an early morning phone call threatening her with violence. The Contis say they filed a police report, but the harassment continued.

Lawsuit aims to curb L.A.’s use of gang injunction curfews

The indictment accused him of taking money from his failed re-election campaign in 2008, as well as using county resources for vacations. A Clayton County jury last month acquitted Hill of all charges.

Lawsuit on Behalf of Investors in MiMedx Group Inc (MDXG) Announced by Shareholders Foundation

The plaintiff alleges on behalf on behalf of all persons or entities, who purchased or otherwise acquired securities of MiMedx Group Inc (MDXG) between March 15, 2013 and September 4, 2013, that MiMedx Group Inc and certain of its officers violated the Securities Exchange Act of 1934. More specifically, the plaintiff alleges that the defendants issued between March 15, 2013 and September 4, 2013 materially allegedly false and misleading statements about whether its AmnioFix product required U.S. Food and Drug Administration approval to be manufactured and marketed. On September 4, 2013, MiMedx Group Inc confirmed that it is in receipt of an “Untitled Letter” from the Food and Drug Administration (“FDA”).

Lawsuit accuses Clayton sheriff of retaliation

Orange, a former Chicago gang prosecutor, found the curfew provisions for the Culver City Boys injunction vague and, therefore, unconstitutional. It doesnt specify with clarity what it means to be outside, Orange said. It also doesnt specify with clarity what the exceptions to the rule happen to be. In 2007, the state appeals court declared the use of a curfew against Ventura Countys largest street gang, the Colonial Chicques, was unconstitutionally vague. Like the Culver City Boys curfew, the Colonial Chicques were barred from being outside from 10 p.m. to sunrise. After the ruling, the Los Angeles City Attorneys Office modified the curfew language in its gang injunctions, recognizing that it was similar to language used in the Colonial Chicques injunction, according to a 2012 court declaration by L.A.