He was charged with rape, sodomy and kidnapping Teresa R. and assault with intent to rape Edith G. and Karen P. In June 1999, Vargas went to trial in Los Angeles County Superior Court. By that time, three other sexual assaults had occurred in similar fashion in the same geographic area, but the police failed to disclose those crimes to the defense. On 06/15/1999, the jury convicted Vargas of all counts. The judge then sentenced Vargas to 55 years in
On March 6 28-years-old Courtney Elaine Harmon of Ponderosa Drive, Hickory was arrested by Catawba County Sheriff’s Officers. She’s been charged on bills of indictment with two counts apiece of possession with intent to sell and deliver (PWIMSD) methamphetamine and selling methamphetamine. Also, Harmon is charged with possession with intent to sell and deliver schedule I controlled substance, sale and delivery of schedule I controlled substance and manufacture, sell, deliver, or possess a controlled substance within 1,000 feet of a school, according to www.whky.com. She was incarcerated in the Catawba County Detention Facility under $150,000 bond. Her hearing appeared on March 7 in the Superior Court in courtroom number 5 at 9 a.m. At
His sentence is changed from manslaughter and he has now been sentenced to 18-20 years in prison for manslaughter, followed by four to five years in prison for illegal possession of a firearm. (Ryan, 2013) During a trial, the evidence is again presented to a court of law or a jury. Being sentenced to Capital Punishment is very unlikely to happen for Burke, as the state of Massachusetts has abolished Capital Punishment and only uses it in very severe cases where the suspect is tried federally (McCarthy, 2014) instead of regionally, like the Boston Bomber Case. Burke most likely got this sentence, because he pleaded guilty, possibly after enough evidence was gathered to prove his guilt and thereby “has taken responsibility for shooting the victim, resulting in his death, over what appears to have been a dispute about money” (Boston.com, 2013)
“Casey Anthony had reported her two-year old Caylee missing on June 9, 2008, she later admits that she had not seen Caylee in over 30 days before filing the claim” (Casey Anthony Fast Facts). Upon receiving this news, the police arrest Casey on considerable suspicion of child neglect. The police begin to inspect Casey’s car where they find “traces of human decomposition and hair lying in her trunk” (Casey Anthony Fast Facts). August 5, 2008 is when Casey is officially charged with child neglect, but is soon released on a $500,000 bail.
Allen was then serving a 60-year prison term for a sexual assault in Green Bay that occurred after the attack on Beernsten. On September 11, 2003, a request brought by the Manitowoc District Attorney’s Office and the Wisconsin Innocence Project to dismiss the charges was granted and Avery was released. In 2005, with support from Beernsten and Avery, the Wisconsin Department of Justice implemented a model eyewitness identification procedure. Unfortunately for Avery, that wasn’t going to be his only bad encounter with justice. On October 31, 2005, photographer Teresa Halbach was scheduled to meet with Steven Avery at his home on the grounds of Avery 's Auto Salvage to photograph a minivan for Auto Trader Magazine.
The case of R. V. Askov began in November 1983 when Askov, Hussey, Melo and Gugliotta, were charged with conspiracy to commit extortion against Peter Belmont. On top of Extortion they had multiple existing firearm charges to which they severed 6 months in prison for these offences, and were initially denied bail until May 7th, 1984. After being released, their preliminary hearing for the extortion charge was set in early July 1984. The hearing wasn’t completed until September 1984. The actual trial was then set for the first date available, in October 1985, but in turn got delayed until September 1986 2 years later.
MILLERSBURG — A Shreve woman on Wednesday was sentenced to three years of probation for admittedly altering prescriptions for narcotics. Jennifer Varnes, 40, of 327 N. Prospect St., previously pleaded guilty in Holmes County Common Pleas Court to a single count of illegal processing of drug documents. In exchange for her guilty plea a second count of illegal processing of drug documents and two counts of forgery were dismissed. While she sought treatment in lieu of conviction, the request was derailed after she violated the terms of her bond by smoking marijuana.
Three murder case studies will be presented and compare here: Marian Bates, Martha Moxley, and Elizabeth Short. Marian Bates was a 64 year old Nottingham Jeweler who was murdered in front of her husband, Victor Bates, and children. Peter Williams, a 19 year old drug addict was released early from prison and was supposedly under “intense supervision”. Williams removed his tag and violated his curfew. He and an unidentified gunman who is still at large, raided a jewelry store on September 30th 2003.
Around two months after being indicted on those charge’s police found Caylee Anthony body in a wooded area near her mother’s home. Some key professional courtroom actors were Anthony’s lead Defense Attorney Jose Baez whom represented her, Judge Belvin Perry whom presided over the case, and the Prosecuting Attorney Jeff Ashton. The Casey Anthony trail was very publicized there were a lot of nonprofessional participants inside of the courtroom such as the defendant herself Casey Anthony, key witness and other spectators. Also the jury of 12 members seven women and five men was chosen ten days before the trial began were present.
On December 23, 2013, Corporal James Brooks of the Naples Jail Center, Florida, was arrested for arranging to purchase a stolen laptop from a recently released prisoner. A guard at the Halawa Prison in Hawaii, James “Kimo” Sanders III, received four years in federal prison after being convicted of selling meth and taking bribes to smuggle contraband into the facility where he worked. Sanders was sentenced on July 10, 2014. Leangela Handy, a prison guard in the Louisiana state prison system, was arrested on December 24, 2013 for what police described as having a “drug store” in her bra.
Background Mary Marino, the grievant, was arrested due to a small amount of cocaine and a loaded handgun in her purse on September 22, 2006. She was not on the Company’s property at the time. After being released on $2000 bail, she went to work both that night and the next night. When the Company learned of the arrest and charges on September 24, Marino was discharged. The day after, September 25, the Union filed a grievance which prompted instant arbitration.
On November 2, 2017, United States District Judge Marvin J. Garbis in Baltimore, Maryland sentenced Tara Kathleen Whyte, age 30, of Hollywood, Florida, and Gambrills, Maryland to 54 months in federal prison for bank fraud conspiracy and aggravated identity theft stemming from a banking scheme involving over $1 million in losses. Judge Garbis also ordered Whyte pay restitution in the amount of $77,422.06 (The Bay Net, 2017). Whyte was one of 13 members of a nationwide group of fraudsters known as the “Felony Lane Gang.” These individuals traveled from Florida to Maryland and other states broke into vehicles parked at recreation areas, sports fields, gyms, fitness centers, and other locations, and stole wallets, purses and other items left
Donald Lamoureaux, DO. Dr. Lamoureaux was arrested in West Plains, MO for soliciting to have sexual relations with a 4 year old female child from Ft. Smith, AR. He is currently held in an Arkansas jail without bond. I notified Chief Investigator Ken Hammond
California law also states that “all persons who suffer personal losses as a result of the criminal activity shall have the right to restitution from the person convicted of the crimes for losses they suffer. The Analysis The court found that Wendy’s property was damaged as a result of Ayala’s hoax causing damages in excess of 3,200,000 which constitutes a 4 year sentence, they also ordered her to pay $170,604.66 to 177 line employees and 9 general managers for restitution. She was also being tried for an unrelated matter which resulted in a total sentence of 9 years in state prison. The Conclusion Ayala appealed the court’s decision, after review the court determined that her 4 year sentence was to be upheld and that she was still responsible for paying the total amount of restitution.