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- Sen. Huntley pleads guilty to theft. TOMLINSON, TRUDY // New York Amsterdam News;2/7/2013, Vol. 104 Issue 6, p6
The article reports on the guilty plea imposed to former New York Senator Shirley Huntley for stealing more than $87,000 from a sham nonprofit to fund shopping sprees and pay off her credit card bills.
- Texas Lights: VII. Young, Stark // New Republic;9/5/34, Vol. 80 Issue 1031, p104
Presents an incidence of an attempted fraud in a case of inheritance. Discussion of a lawsuit of an African American who owned a tract of valley land on which three wells had come in; Excursion trip of the African American man to Dallas where he died; Idea of his nephew to find some person whose...
- W. VA. STUDENTS ARRESTED IN VANDALISM. // Education Week;3/22/2006, Vol. 25 Issue 28, p6
The article reports on the arrest of 14 students charged with malicious or ignorant destruction of public property in the U.S. Woodrow Wilson High School hallways throughout the building were doused with cooking oil. The students allegedly entered the building through a broken window. Police...
- SIXTH AMENDMENT--DISPARATE SENTENCING. // Journal of Criminal Law & Criminology;Winter1979, Vol. 70 Issue 4, p474
The article discusses the decision of the U.S. Supreme Court in the Corbitt versus New Jersey case. Corbitt versus New Jersey is the latest in a line of decisions dividing the Supreme Court on the issue of defendants' constitutional rights under disparate sentencing procedures for guilty pleas...
- PLEAS, PLAIN LANGUAGE AND PRECEDENT: APPLICABILITY OF RULES
11(F) AND 31(E) TO CRIMINAL FORFEITURE PROVISIONS. Crawford, Angela // Journal of Criminal Law & Criminology;Spring97, Vol. 87 Issue 3, p812
This article focuses on the Supreme Court observations regarding applicability of rules 11(f) and 31(e) to criminal forfeiture provisions in the case United States v. Libretti. The Court further observed that the factual basis requirement of Rule 11(f) of the Federal rules of Criminal procedure...
- At Press Time. // Investment Management Weekly;2/23/2004, Vol. 17 Issue 8, p1
Presents information on the decision Jeffrey Skilling, former chief executive of Enron, to enter a not guilty plea for charges filed against him in a federal court in the U.S. Amount of bail issued for the release of Skilling; Details of the charges filed against Skilling; Penalties for...
- Former Ensign aide pleads not guilty in 'revolving door' case. Siegelbaum, Debbie // Hill;4/5/2011, Vol. 18 Issue 45, p4
The article reports on the guilty plea of Doug Hampton, a former aide to retiring Nevada Senator John Ensign, on seven counts of violating criminal conflict-of-interest laws in 2011.
- Italy's Ancien RÃ©gime. Luttwak, Edward // Society;Nov/Dec93, Vol. 31 Issue 1, p70
This article deals with corruption in Italy. Corruption was not the worst sin of Italy's political class. Worse than the tangenti systematic extortion practiced on would-be contractors to fill party coffers, even worse than personal money-making by every sort of corrupt practice, was the...
- Man pleads in gay-sex extortion case. Colletta, Jen // Philadelphia Gay News;3/21/2014, Vol. 38 Issue 12, p2
The article reports that Steven Beisher of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, pleaded guilty to extorting money from a man in New Jersey who replied to an online ad for gay sex on March 17, 2014.