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WLNS TV 6 Lansing Jackson Michigan News and Weather – WLNS.COM | Man convicted in 2008 sulfuric acid bomb attack

WLNS TV 6 Lansing Jackson Michigan News and Weather – WLNS.COM | Man convicted in 2008 sulfuric acid bomb attack
STANTON, Mich. (AP) – A Michigan man who authorities say planted a sulfuric acid bomb that maimed a man dating his ex-girlfriend has been convicted of possession or use of a harmful device causing injury.
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Davis gets work release in assault case
NORRISTOWN — An 18-year-old Perkiomen Township man serving prison time for having indecent contact with two girls won’t be eligible for a work-release program until May, a judge has ruled.
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Machete jury is still out
NASHUA, N.H. – A jury failed to reach a verdict after 90 minutes of deliberations Thursday in the trial of a man who admits killing a mother and maiming her daughter in a machete and knife attack and claims he was insane when he committed the crimes.
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Queens woman convicted of smuggling $170K in her UNDERWEAR

Queens woman convicted of smuggling 0K in her UNDERWEAR
A Queens woman has been convicted of smuggling nearly $ 170,000 in her underwear to avoid paying taxes on the sale of property in the Sudan.
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Woman who blew a 0.232 in Aspen won’t face DUI charge
A woman whose breath-alcohol level was nearly three times the legal limit won’t be charged for DUI after a judge suppressed incriminating evidence from the case, ruling that Aspen police did not
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16-year-old charged after splashing acid on classmate
A simmering feud between two Brooklyn high schoolers exploded when one of the girls tried to blind her helpless frenemy with acid, authorities said Thursday.
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Georgia man convicted in 1988 killing set to die

Georgia man convicted in 1988 killing set to die
ATLANTA — A death row inmate convicted of the 1988 murder of a preschool teacher was set to die Tuesday, and his attorneys were readying a flurry of last-minute appeals seeking to postpone the execution.
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Arts Roundup: Bubble Music, Pt. II Edition
Good morning, D.C.! Even though Dismemberment Plan Holiday Weekend concluded on Sunday night, yesterday was the day of post-mortems. You may have noticed plenty here on Arts Desk , but TBD , We Love DC , Click Track , and DCist also got in the game.
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The Best Bargain: Parking Lot Safety
You may be surprised to learn that more vehicle incidents occur per mile driven in parking lots than on public roadways. Often these are low speed incidents involving backing or impact with fixed objects. It is not uncommon for drivers to be distracted while backing out of a parking space or driving through the lot. How many times have you honked your horn at someone in a parking lot that was …
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Burford Capital – Expansion of Investment Advisor
Burford Capital – Expansion of Investment Advisor
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Convicted murderer seeking new trial

Convicted murderer seeking new trial
WILKES-BARRE – Convicted murderer Joseph Gacha wants a new trial, claiming his trial attorneys were ineffective by failing to hire a forensic scientist and waited two years to hire a private investigator.
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Sundance premiere for film on lawsuits
Adocumentary movie by Ashland lawyer Susan Saladoff indicting corporate America for stacking the judicial system against wronged plaintiffs has been accepted by the prestigious Sundance Film Festival for a January premiere.
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Mass. jury rules against Lorillard, awards M to dead smoker’s family
Evans Family Marie Evans and her son, William, posed for a photograph in 2002, the year she died of…
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Convicted masseur appeals again

Convicted masseur appeals again
The Palmerston North masseur found guilty of inappropriately touching a client is taking his case to the Supreme Court.
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Arum’s plan to make Mayweather vs. Pacquiao happen
source: Michael Marley | boxingscene.com GRAPEVINE, TEXAS—It is indeed true that, in prior attempts to make a Floyd Mayweather Jr.-Manny Pacquiao super bout, Bob Arum of Top Rank acted like a raging bull in a China shop. But the shrewd, turning age 79 in three weeks head of Top Rank makes all his moves with careful consideration. But Arum’s latest m.o., his new tack is to push for a Floyd-Manny …
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Will latest tragedy turn Canadians off Mexico?
TORONTO – High-profile Canadian deaths in Mexico have been capturing headlines for years but even the latest tragedy — five dead in a hotel explosion — will do little to deter travel to the country, observers said Monday.
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