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Trump ordered to pay nearly $300,000 in lawsuit brought by jilted painter | Miami Herald

While developer Donald Trump was busy getting the Republican Party’s presidential nomination this week, he was losing big in a Miami-Dade County courtroom. By JOSE LAMBIET

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As Court Fees Rise, The Poor Are Paying The Price

In Augusta, Ga., a judge sentenced Tom Barrett to 12 months after he stole a can of beer worth less than $2. In Ionia, Mich., 19-year-old Kyle Dewitt caught a fish out of season; then a judge sentenced him to three days in jail. In Grand Rapids, Mich.

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FBI — Public Corruption: Courtroom for Sale

In a case that exposed widespread corruption in a South Texas county’s judicial system—reaching all the way to the district attorney’s office—a former state judge was recently sentenced to six years in prison for

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Chad Johnson gets 30 days in jail, judge miffed after lawyer butt-slap - CBSSports.com

Here's a pretty good rule of thumb for the next time you're in court facing probation violation charges: don't slap your lawyer on the butt while the judge is speaking. It might get you in trouble. (I also don't recommend busting out finger gunz&

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Former state lawmaker leads Mont. courtroom fracas

A Montana judge walked out of a court hearing after being heckled by a rowdy crowd, leaving the conservative former state legislator who instigated it all to declare he was in charge of the courtroom and proclaim the case against him dismissed.

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Little reaction from Ariz. shooter to sentencing

Former congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords hugged her husband after a judge sentenced the man who shot her and killed six people to life in prison.

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You've Never Heard a Judge Scream Like This In a Courtroom

A West Virginia pastor who was recently on the receiving end of a volatile outburst by an incensed family court judge said he is not ready to forgive and forget. "It's not a done deal. It's not over. It's still going on," Arthur Hage, pastor of Hurrica

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