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Morning Sentinel: SKOWHEGAN — The following cases were closed from Feb. 17-21, 2014, in Somerset County Superior Court and Skowhegan District Court. Chad A. Andrews, 33, Skowhegan, domestic violence assault, Feb. 16, 2014, in Skowhegan; 364 day jail sentence ...

Judge Sides with Somerset County in Jail Dispute

MPBN News: Lawmakers trying to reform the relationship between the state Board of Corrections and Maine's county jail system are scrutinizing a court ruling handed down earlier this week. On Monday, the Somerset County Superior Court agreed that the county had ...

SOMERSET COUNTY SUPERIOR COURT

Morning Sentinel: SOMERSET COUNTY SUPERIOR COURT. SKOWHEGAN — The following cases were closed Jan. 6-17, 2014, in Somerset County Superior Court. Kenneth Russell Austin, 31, Norridgewock, domestic violence assault, June 4, 2012, in Fairfield; seven-month ...

Somerset County urges court to make state pay up

Press Herald: The hearing in Somerset County Superior Court was an appeal of the state board's decision to deny payment to the county for the third quarter of the 2012-13 fiscal year. At issue Friday for Maine Supreme Court Justice Donald Alexander: Who has the ...

Somerset County Superior Court

Morning Sentinel: 30, 2013, through Jan. 3, 2014, in Somerset County Superior Court. Albert J. Abbott Sr., 43, Canaan, operating under the influence-injury or death-priors, April 12, 2008, in Norridgewock; five year sentence to the Department of Corrections, probation ...

Town ordered to pay $590K in public records case

RARITAN BOROUGH — A state Superior Court judge this week ordered this small Somerset County town to pay a media company nearly $600,000 in legal fees spent on a 2009 public records lawsuit.

NJ town ordered to pay $590K in 'landmark' public records dispute

RARITAN BOROUGH — A state Superior Court judge this week ordered this small Somerset County town to pay a media company nearly $600,000 in legal fees spent on a 2009 public records lawsuit.

Raritan Borough has to come up with entire $590, 000 to pay media company in records lawsuit

RARITAN BOROUGH — A Superior Court judge this week ordered this Somerset County borough to pay a media company nearly $600,000 in legal fees spent fighting a 2009 public records lawsuit.

No verdict on first day of deliberations in vehicular homicide trial in Somerset County

Superior Court Judge Robert Reed directed jurors to return on Monday after they requested to hear back testimony provided this week by Amie Marroccelli in her defense

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Texas petroleum company to pay $20M for superfund site cleanup in Manville

MANVILLE — A Texas-based petroleum company will pay the state $20 million as part of a global legal settlement that includes costs associated with the cleanup a superfund site in Somerset County. Anadarko Petroleum Corp. and its subsidiary, Kerr-McGee ...

Cumberbatch to play TV Richard III

This will be the first time directing for screen for Cooke who is a former artistic director of The Royal Court Theatre. Cumberbatch said: "I can't wait to work with Dominic Cooke again to bring this complex, funny and dangerous character to life for ...

Anadarko Petroleum Subsidiary to Pay State $20 Million For Heavily

Patch.com: ... Petroleum Corp. and its subsidiary Kerr-McGee will pay the State $20 million as part of a global legal settlement that involves reimbursement to New Jersey for past costs and Natural Resource Damages (NRD) related to clean-up of a heavily ...

South girls put rivalries aside

Multiple Somerset County rivalries were at least temporarily pushed aside last week as the South girls squad gathered at Shade High School. Some of the top players from Berlin Brothersvalley, Conemaugh Township, Shade and Windber joined forces along with standouts from United and Ligonier Valley as part of the seventh annual AmeriServ Senior Hoops Showcase.

27 arrested in Somerset, Middlesex heroin ring

MyCentralJersey.com: On Wednesday, detectives learned that King would be driving to Newark to pick up heroin, according to an affidavit filed in Somerset County Superior Court. King was driving a Chevrolet Trailblazer that belonged to Jackson and in the vehicle were ...

CASAblanca Casino Night Fundraiser on April 25 in Basking Ridge benefits

These volunteers act as advocates in the court system for these vulnerable children, making best interest recommendations on their behalf and helping them get through what is inarguably one of the most difficult things they have experienced in their ...

Burglary Arrest Made: Somerset County Prosecutor Attempting To Return Stolen

SOMERVILLE, N.J. - Somerset County Prosecutor Geoffrey D. Soriano and Somerset County Prosecutor's Office Chief of Detectives Timothy Fitzgerald announce that a month long investigation by the Somerset County Burglary Task Force along with law ...

Town ordered to pay $590K in public records case

RARITAN BOROUGH — A state Superior Court judge this week ordered this small Somerset County town to pay a media company nearly $600,000 in legal fees spent on a 2009 public records lawsuit.

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Judge Rules For Somerset County In Jail Dispute

WGAN News: yesterday in Local. Judge Rules For Somerset County In Jail Dispute. SKOWHEGAN, Maine (AP) – A court has ruled that Somerset County can use the revenue it receives for housing federal detainees to help pay the debt for construction of the county jail.

Court rules that Somerset County can use federal money to pay jail debt

The Republic: SKOWHEGAN, Maine — A court has ruled that Somerset County can use the revenue it receives for housing federal detainees to help pay the debt for construction of the county jail. The ruling Monday was made in response to a lawsuit brought by the county ...

Court: Somerset County can use federal money to pay off debt

Kennebec Journal: SKOWHEGAN — It's not illegal for Somerset County to use revenue from boarding federal prisoners to pay off debt from the construction of the Somerset County Jail. click image to enlarge. JAIL DECISION: Inmates read and play board games in February ...

Somerset prevails in county jail dispute

SKOWHEGAN (AP) — A court has ruled that Somerset County can use the revenue it receives for housing federal detainees to help pay the debt for construction of the county jail. The ruling Monday was made in response to a lawsuit brought by the county against the state Board of Corrections for payment of more than $280,000 the county says it is owed for operating the jail. read more

Judge rules for Somerset County in jail dispute

SKOWHEGAN, Maine (AP) — A court has ruled that Somerset County can use the revenue it receives for housing federal detainees to help pay the debt for construction of the county jail.        

SOMERSET COUNTY IN JAIL DISPUTE..

Judge Sides with Somerset County in Jail Dispute

MPBN News: Lawmakers trying to reform the relationship between the state Board of Corrections and Maine's county jail system are scrutinizing a court ruling handed down earlier this week. On Monday, the Somerset County Superior Court agreed that the county had ...

SOMERSET COUNTY COURTS..

SOMERSET COUNTY COURTS

Morning Sentinel: SKOWHEGAN — The following cases were closed from Feb. 17-21, 2014, in Somerset County Superior Court and Skowhegan District Court. Chad A. Andrews, 33, Skowhegan, domestic violence assault, Feb. 16, 2014, in Skowhegan; 364 day jail sentence ...

Somerset County courts

Morning Sentinel: SKOWHEGAN — The following cases were closed Jan. 13-17, 2014, in Skowhegan District Court and Somerset County Superior Court. Grace Allen, 53, Cornville, allowing a dog to be at large, Aug. 3, 2013, in Cornville; $50 fine. Allowing a dog to be at ...

SOMERSET COUNTY COURTS

SKOWHEGAN — The following cases were closed from Feb. 17-21, 2014, in Somerset County Superior Court and Skowhegan District Court. Chad A. Andrews, 33, Skowhegan, domestic violence assault, Feb. 16, 2014, in Skowhegan; 364 day jail sentence all but 90 days suspended, two year probation.

SOMERSET COUNTY GAZETTE..

Doctors can stop boy's treatment

A High Court judge today gave specialists permission to stop providing life-support treatment to a sick little boy who has been in hospital all his life and on a ventilator for several weeks. Mrs Justice Theis concluded that further life-support ...

Hall in court on rape charges

Veteran broadcaster Stuart Hall will appear in court today to enter pleas on historic allegations that he raped two young girls. Hall, 83, is alleged to have committed seven counts of rape against one girl between 1976 and 1978 in Manchester, when she ...

Court to review 1991 murder verdict

A 23-year-old conviction for the murder of a missing teenage girl has been referred to the Court of Appeal by the body responsible for reviewing possible miscarriages of criminal justice. Alan Charlton was convicted of the murder of Karen Price on ...

Family to move from Taunton home as attacker Thomas Harcombe leaves prison

Somerset County Gazette: Harcombe was jailed at Taunton Crown Court in December. Harcombe was jailed at ... He was imprisoned at Taunton Crown Court five days before Christmas. The girl's mother said: “That ... A Taunton Deane Council spokeswoman told ...

Somerset County Gazette Latest court news from Taunton Magistrates

Latest court news from Taunton Magistrates Latest court news from Taunton Magistrates. LATEST cases dealt with by Taunton Magistrates include: Cornel Gigel Marsiu, 35, of Cheddon Road, ...

IN LEGAL FEES..

Raritan should pay newspaper company $542000 after public records spat, fact

The Star-Ledger: A court-appointed fact finder will recommend Raritan borough pay $542,000 in legal fees to Gannett New Jersey in its long-running legal battle over public records, MyCentralJersey.com reports. Raritan_Borough_Municipal_Building.jpg Raritan Borough ...

NJ town ordered to pay $590K in 'landmark' public records dispute

RARITAN BOROUGH — A state Superior Court judge this week ordered this small Somerset County town to pay a media company nearly $600,000 in legal fees spent on a 2009 public records lawsuit.

SOMERSET COUNTY JAIL..

$50 million lawsuit against Somerset County Jail dismissed

A federal appeals court dismissed a former Somerset County Jail inmate's lawsuit against the facility and its medical personnel. Ronald D. Sever, 50, was seeking $50 million in damages for allegedly being refused medical treatment following a spider bite.

MANVILLE: Attempted murder charged in machette attack

A Manville man continues to be held in Somerset County jail on a first-degree charge of attempted murder for entering a Huff Avenue home minutes before midnight Feb. 7 and swinging a machete at a man sleeping on the living room couch.

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