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Philly Mother Charged with Unlawful Possession of a Weapon

Philly Mother Charged with Unlawful Possession of a Weapon

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Shaneen Allen is a young mother from Philadelphia. Allen was charged with gun infractions following a traffic stop in New Jersey. She legally carries the gun in Pennsylvania and is hoping to catch leniency from the New Jersey judge who hears her case, according to Fox News.

Allen is facing up to three years in prison and she said she is “very much worried” when speaking to Fox News about her future. She has two sons; Niaire, who is 10 and Sincere, who is 3. She was charged with unlawful possession of a weapon. She had her .380 Bersa Thunder handgun with her when pulled over in New Jersey’s Atlantic County back on October 1. She was pulled over for making an unsafe lane change. She also had hollow-point bullets in her possession.

“I’m very much worried because I have two kids who depend on me,” Allen said. “And I’m doing this all by myself. It’s just me.”

She has no previous criminal record. She said she purchased the gun legally one week before her arrest. She was on her way to Atlantic City, New Jersey early in the morning to prepare for her son’s birthday party, which was taking place in the city three days later.

“I was bringing a cake and the dog to the hotel room to surprise him,” she said. “That’s what I was doing out there and I got pulled over at 1 in the morning because I was sleepy and I swerved.”

After she was robbed twice in the past year, Allen decided to purchase the gun to protect herself. She told Fox News she has never even fired it.

“It’s definitely a freak thing,” she said. “I was trying to do a good thing and it turned out so bad — and just like that. I don’t know how to explain it, I really don’t.”

Allen said that she informed the officer she had a gun in her 2007 Chevrolet sedan when the officer approached the car. She also told the officer she had a concealed carry permit in Pennsylvania.

“The officer knew there was a gun there, she was completely honest and open,” her attorney, Evan Nappen, said. “There are no aggravating factors in this case; she’s a single mom of two, working in the medical field who was robbed twice and that’s what inspired her to get a gun license in the first place.”

Nappen said there is a possibility that a jury could invoke jury nullification. This is when the jury will acquit a defendant who is technically guilty, but should not be punished for their crime.

“I wish I was more aware of the law,” she said. “And to anyone out there looking to purchase a firearm, know the law. I didn’t even get the chance to understand the laws. I only had it [the gun] a week.”

A pre-trial conference is slated for August 5 in Allen’s case.

“I just want people to know that if you look at it through my eyes, mistakes happen,” Allen said. “I just hope that everything turns out OK for me and my kids because I’m all they have.”

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Posted by on July 18, 2014. Filed under Crime,Legal News. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. You can skip to the end and leave a response. Pinging is currently not allowed.

Authorities Investigating Mark Mayfield Death as Suicide

Authorities Investigating Mark Mayfield Death as Suicide

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Police officers from Ridgeland, Mississippi found the body of Mark Mayfield after 9 a.m. on Friday in the storage room of his garage, according to CNN. Mayfield is a tea party leader who has been accused of political dirty tricks that shocked Republicans in the state. He was shot once in the head, with authorities believing it was a suicide.

 

“Because all of the indications, it appears to be suicide, but we still got some things to look into,” Ridgeland police Chief Jimmy Houston told CNN. “He left a suicide note, and we are verifying its validity.”

Police have not discussed what was written in the note or why Mayfield possibly took his own life. For the last month Mayfield had been under fire for charges filed against him and three others in connection with a blogger that was accused of taking pictures of Senator Thad Cochran’s wife in the bed at her nursing home, according to The Clarion-Ledger.

All those involved in the case are allies with Senator Chris McDaniel, who was in the middle of a battle to win the primary.

Cochran’s wife has been in a nursing home for 14 years because of her dementia. The photo appeared on a political attack ad on YouTube that was created to smear Cochran. The ad was removed just hours after being posted.

A senior advisor to Cochran’s campaign, Austin Barbour, told CNN, “This is very much a tragic and sad situation. Mark was a really good guy. On behalf of Sen. Cochran and all of us for the campaign, our thoughts and prayers go out to his family and his friends.”

Mayfield leaves behind a wife and two children.
On his Facebook page, McDaniel posted the following statement: “Regardless of recent allegations made against his character, Mark Mayfield was a fine Christian man who was always respectful and kind. He was one of the most polite and humble men I’ve ever met in politics. He was a loving husband, father, a pillar of his community, and he will be missed.”

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Tea Party Leader Mark Mayfield Dead of Apparent Suicide

Tea Party Leader Mark Mayfield Dead of Apparent Suicide

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Police officers from Ridgeland, Mississippi found the body of Mark Mayfield after 9 a.m. on Friday in the storage room of his garage, according to CNN. Mayfield is a tea party leader who has been accused of political dirty tricks that shocked Republicans in the state. He was shot once in the head, with authorities believing it was a suicide.

 

“Because all of the indications, it appears to be suicide, but we still got some things to look into,” Ridgeland police Chief Jimmy Houston told CNN. “He left a suicide note, and we are verifying its validity.”

Police have not discussed what was written in the note or why Mayfield possibly took his own life. For the last month Mayfield had been under fire for charges filed against him and three others in connection with a blogger that was accused of taking pictures of Senator Thad Cochran’s wife in the bed at her nursing home, according to The Clarion-Ledger.

All those involved in the case are allies with Senator Chris McDaniel, who was in the middle of a battle to win the primary.

Cochran’s wife has been in a nursing home for 14 years because of her dementia. The photo appeared on a political attack ad on YouTube that was created to smear Cochran. The ad was removed just hours after being posted.

A senior advisor to Cochran’s campaign, Austin Barbour, told CNN, “This is very much a tragic and sad situation. Mark was a really good guy. On behalf of Sen. Cochran and all of us for the campaign, our thoughts and prayers go out to his family and his friends.”

Mayfield leaves behind a wife and two children.
On his Facebook page, McDaniel posted the following statement: “Regardless of recent allegations made against his character, Mark Mayfield was a fine Christian man who was always respectful and kind. He was one of the most polite and humble men I’ve ever met in politics. He was a loving husband, father, a pillar of his community, and he will be missed.”

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Suicide Investigation in Death of Mark Mayfield

Suicide Investigation in Death of Mark Mayfield

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Police officers from Ridgeland, Mississippi found the body of Mark Mayfield after 9 a.m. on Friday in the storage room of his garage, according to CNN. Mayfield is a tea party leader who has been accused of political dirty tricks that shocked Republicans in the state. He was shot once in the head, with authorities believing it was a suicide.

 

“Because all of the indications, it appears to be suicide, but we still got some things to look into,” Ridgeland police Chief Jimmy Houston told CNN. “He left a suicide note, and we are verifying its validity.”

Police have not discussed what was written in the note or why Mayfield possibly took his own life. For the last month Mayfield had been under fire for charges filed against him and three others in connection with a blogger that was accused of taking pictures of Senator Thad Cochran’s wife in the bed at her nursing home, according to The Clarion-Ledger.

All those involved in the case are allies with Senator Chris McDaniel, who was in the middle of a battle to win the primary.

Cochran’s wife has been in a nursing home for 14 years because of her dementia. The photo appeared on a political attack ad on YouTube that was created to smear Cochran. The ad was removed just hours after being posted.

A senior advisor to Cochran’s campaign, Austin Barbour, told CNN, “This is very much a tragic and sad situation. Mark was a really good guy. On behalf of Sen. Cochran and all of us for the campaign, our thoughts and prayers go out to his family and his friends.”

Mayfield leaves behind a wife and two children.
On his Facebook page, McDaniel posted the following statement: “Regardless of recent allegations made against his character, Mark Mayfield was a fine Christian man who was always respectful and kind. He was one of the most polite and humble men I’ve ever met in politics. He was a loving husband, father, a pillar of his community, and he will be missed.”

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Former Jenkens & Gilchrist Lawyer Sentenced for Tax Fraud

Former Jenkens & Gilchrist Lawyer Sentenced for Tax Fraud

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Paul Daugerdas has been sentenced to 15 years in prison for what prosecutors have called the largest criminal tax fraud case in history, according to Businessweek. Daugerdas is a lawyer who helped his clients avoid paying taxes for years. He worked at Jenkens & Gilchrist, in Dallas, which shut its doors due to the scandal.

 

Daugerdas was sentenced by U.S. District Judge William Pauley in Manhattan. A jury found Daugerdas guilty last year on seven counts. He was acquitted on nine counts.

Pauley, according to Businessweek, said, “Mr. Daugerdas was a tax-shelter racketeer who tapped into the incredible greed of some of the super wealthy. Just about everyone he came in contact with, he managed to corrupt.”

The case focused on tax shelters that were sold to clients from 1994 to 2004 that created some $7 billion in fraudulent tax deductions and $1 billion in phony losses for the 1,000 clients. The clients were not identified by Pauley, but he did describe them as “real estate tycoons, tire magnates and software developers” who refused to contribute to the country that “made their achievements possible.”

Pauley ordered Daugerdas to pay restitution, with co-conspirators, of $371 million and surrender $164.6 million.

In the same case, Denis Field was acquitted last year. He is the former chief executive officer of BDO Seidman. Field and Daugerdas had been charged with operating the 10-year scam that cost the Treasury Department $92 million.

To generate fraudulent losses for their clients, the defendants created shelters called “Swaps,” “Short Options Strategy,” “Short Sales” and “Homer.”

The two defendants were part of a group of seven who were indicted back in June of 2009. Two people charged decided to plead guilty and cooperate in the investigation. Those two were former BDO Seidman partner Robert Greisman and former attorney from Jenkens & Gilchrist Erwin Mayer.

A former partner at the firm, Donna Guerin, was sentenced in March of 2013 by Judge Pauley. She was given eight years in prison and ordered to pay restitution of $190 million.

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Voter-Approved Gay Marriage Ban Defeated in Utah

Voter-Approved Gay Marriage Ban Defeated in Utah

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On Wednesday, the United States Court of Appeals for the 10th Circuit in Denver ruled that states are not allowed to deny same-sex couples their ‘fundamental right’ to marry, according to The New York Times. The ruling, by a 2-1 vote, overturns the voter-approved ban in Utah.

 

Judge Carlos F. Lucero, wrote the majority opinion, which said, “They desire not to redefine the institution but to participate in it.”

Judge Jerome A. Holmes also voted to strike down the ban while Judge Paul J. Kelly Jr., dissented on the vote.

The ruling was immediately stayed by the judges and Sean Reyes, the Utah attorney general, said his office would appeal the case.

“To claim that marriage, by definition, excludes certain couples is simply to insist that those couples may not marry because they have historically been denied the right to do so,” the judges wrote, according to The New York Times. “One might just as easily have argued that interracial couples are by definition excluded from the institution of marriage.”

The judges said that the issue is now in full bloom.

“May a state of the union constitutionally deny a citizen the benefit or protection of the laws of the state based solely upon the sex of the person that citizen chooses to marry?” the judges wrote. “The State of Utah may not do so.”

In another same-sex marriage case, this one in Indiana, a federal judge ruled that the state’s ban was a violation of the United States Constitution. Richard L. Young issued the ruling as the chief judge of the Federal District Court of the Southern District of Indiana.

“In less than a year, every Federal District Court to consider the issue has reached the same conclusion in thoughtful and thorough opinions — laws prohibiting the celebration and recognition of same-sex marriages are unconstitutional,” Judge Young wrote. “It is clear that the fundamental right to marry shall not be deprived to some individuals based solely on the person they choose to love. In time, Americans will look at the marriage of couples such as plaintiffs, and refer to it simply as a marriage — not a same-sex marriage.”

The Indiana attorney general has filed a notice of appeal and asked for an emergency motion for a stay of the ruling.

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Supreme Court Rules in Greenhouse-Gas Case

Supreme Court Rules in Greenhouse-Gas Case

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The Supreme Court issued its decision in the case of Utility Air Regulatory Group v. Environmental Protection Agency(“UARG”). The opinion was written by justice Antonin Scalia and was a 7-2 vote. Scalia was joined by Chief Justice John Roberts, Justice Anthony Kennedy and the four progressive justices on the bench.

 

The court ruled that the EPA is allowed to regulate the greenhouse gas emissions of ‘major emitting facilities’ that already were required to have a permit under the Clean Air Act’s Prevention of Significant Deterioration program, according to Grist.

EPA calculations shows that the reading of the statute accounts for 83 percent of stationary sources of greenhouse emissions in the country. Solicitor General Donald Verrilli fought for this position hard in the brief filed by the government and it drew the most attention during oral arguments earlier in 2014.

In the same ruling, the Supreme Court ruled in a 5-4 decision that the Clean Air Act does not compel nor permit the EPA to adopt interpretations of the act. Stationary sources that emit 100 to 250 tons per year of any air pollutant are required to obtain permits prior to being built or renovated under the Prevention of Significant Deterioration program.

Various industries declared victory in this case on Monday, but it seems as though environmentalists groups received the biggest win with the decision of the Supreme Court.

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Posted by on June 25, 2014. Filed under Breaking News,Legal News,Politics. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. You can skip to the end and leave a response. Pinging is currently not allowed.

Anwar al-Awlaki Drone Killing Justified in Memo

Anwar al-Awlaki Drone Killing Justified in Memo

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A Justice Department memo was released by a federal court on Monday that justifies the killing of Anwar al-Awlaki with the use of a drone, according to The Huffington Post. There were quite a few redactions by the government that left much of the reasoning confidential.

 

Awlaki was a citizen of the United States who reportedly became a senior member of the Yemen branch of al Qaeda. He was killed in September of 2011 during a drone attack operated by the CIA.

In the memo, from July 2010, First Circuit Court of Appeals Judge David Barron wrote, “There is no precedent directly addressing the question in circumstances such as those present here.”

At the time of the memo, Barron was acting chief of the Justice Department’s Office of Legal Counsel. He was just recently appointed to the bench. The memo was released as a portion of a public records lawsuit filed by the American Civil Liberties Union and the New York Times against the United States government.

Jameel Jaffer, the deputy legal director of the ACLU said, “The release of this memo represents an overdue but nonetheless crucial step towards transparency. There are few questions more important than the question of when the government has the authority to kill its own citizens. The drone program has been responsible for the deaths of thousands of people, including countless innocent bystanders, but the American public knows scandalously little about who is being killed and why.”

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Memo Released Justifying Drone Killing of Anwar al-Awlaki

Memo Released Justifying Drone Killing of Anwar al-Awlaki

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A Justice Department memo was released by a federal court on Monday that justifies the killing of Anwar al-Awlaki with the use of a drone, according to The Huffington Post. There were quite a few redactions by the government that left much of the reasoning confidential.

 

Awlaki was a citizen of the United States who reportedly became a senior member of the Yemen branch of al Qaeda. He was killed in September of 2011 during a drone attack operated by the CIA.

In the memo, from July 2010, First Circuit Court of Appeals Judge David Barron wrote, “There is no precedent directly addressing the question in circumstances such as those present here.”

At the time of the memo, Barron was acting chief of the Justice Department’s Office of Legal Counsel. He was just recently appointed to the bench. The memo was released as a portion of a public records lawsuit filed by the American Civil Liberties Union and the New York Times against the United States government.

Jameel Jaffer, the deputy legal director of the ACLU said, “The release of this memo represents an overdue but nonetheless crucial step towards transparency. There are few questions more important than the question of when the government has the authority to kill its own citizens. The drone program has been responsible for the deaths of thousands of people, including countless innocent bystanders, but the American public knows scandalously little about who is being killed and why.”

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Meriam Ibrahim Detained at Airport Following Release from Prison

Meriam Ibrahim Detained at Airport Following Release from Prison

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Meriam Ibrahim was released from death row in Sudan on Monday, but was detained with her family at Khartoum airport, according to a report from the BBC. Ibrahim was sentenced in May to be hanged for renouncing Islam.

 

The BBC reported that Ibrahim and her husband, Daniel Wani, were detained with their two children at the airport by some 40 security guards. The news outlet said that a top official from Sudan said she would be released soon.

Ibrahim was arrested for not having the proper travel documents, as reported by Abdullahi Alzareg, who is part of the ministry of foreign affairs in Sudan. He said she was using emergency South Sudanese documents with a United States visa even though she is Sudanese.

He also said that Ibrahim would need to acquire a passport and exit visa for her release. Her husband is Christian and from South Sudan. He is also a United States resident.

A lawyer for Ibrahim, el-Shareef Ali, spoke with the BBC, saying that they have been denied access to Ibrahim since her detainment at the airport. Ibrahim was released from prison following the ruling of an appeal court annulling the death sentence.

Ibrahim gave birth to her daughter while in prison after being arrested in February. Sudan has been under Islamic law since the 1980s. Ibrahim, despite being Orthodox Christian, is considered Muslim by the authorities because that was her father’s religion.

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Meriam Ibrahim Held at Khartoum Airport Following Prison Release

Meriam Ibrahim Held at Khartoum Airport Following Prison Release

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Meriam Ibrahim was released from death row in Sudan on Monday, but was detained with her family at Khartoum airport, according to a report from the BBC. Ibrahim was sentenced in May to be hanged for renouncing Islam.

 

The BBC reported that Ibrahim and her husband, Daniel Wani, were detained with their two children at the airport by some 40 security guards. The news outlet said that a top official from Sudan said she would be released soon.

Ibrahim was arrested for not having the proper travel documents, as reported by Abdullahi Alzareg, who is part of the ministry of foreign affairs in Sudan. He said she was using emergency South Sudanese documents with a United States visa even though she is Sudanese.

He also said that Ibrahim would need to acquire a passport and exit visa for her release. Her husband is Christian and from South Sudan. He is also a United States resident.

A lawyer for Ibrahim, el-Shareef Ali, spoke with the BBC, saying that they have been denied access to Ibrahim since her detainment at the airport. Ibrahim was released from prison following the ruling of an appeal court annulling the death sentence.

Ibrahim gave birth to her daughter while in prison after being arrested in February. Sudan has been under Islamic law since the 1980s. Ibrahim, despite being Orthodox Christian, is considered Muslim by the authorities because that was her father’s religion.

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Sudanese Woman Released from Prison Detained at Airport

Sudanese Woman Released from Prison Detained at Airport

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Meriam Ibrahim was released from death row in Sudan on Monday, but was detained with her family at Khartoum airport, according to a report from the BBC. Ibrahim was sentenced in May to be hanged for renouncing Islam.

 

The BBC reported that Ibrahim and her husband, Daniel Wani, were detained with their two children at the airport by some 40 security guards. The news outlet said that a top official from Sudan said she would be released soon.

Ibrahim was arrested for not having the proper travel documents, as reported by Abdullahi Alzareg, who is part of the ministry of foreign affairs in Sudan. He said she was using emergency South Sudanese documents with a United States visa even though she is Sudanese.

He also said that Ibrahim would need to acquire a passport and exit visa for her release. Her husband is Christian and from South Sudan. He is also a United States resident.

A lawyer for Ibrahim, el-Shareef Ali, spoke with the BBC, saying that they have been denied access to Ibrahim since her detainment at the airport. Ibrahim was released from prison following the ruling of an appeal court annulling the death sentence.

Ibrahim gave birth to her daughter while in prison after being arrested in February. Sudan has been under Islamic law since the 1980s. Ibrahim, despite being Orthodox Christian, is considered Muslim by the authorities because that was her father’s religion.

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Woman Claims Ex Tricked Her with Fake Wedding

Woman Claims Ex Tricked Her with Fake Wedding

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The owner of Nolita boutique in Manhattan, Anya Ponorovskaya, claims that her lawyer ex tricked her into thinking they were married and now wants to kick her out of her apartment in Tribeca, according to The New York Post.

 

The lawyer accused in this case is Wylie Stecklow. The two were ‘married’ in front of 100 guests in Mexico in 2010. Months after tying the knot, the couple bought a $1 million apartment. Ponorovskaya paid part of the mortgage and handled major renovations. She claims she was told by Stecklow that she did not have to put her name on the deed since they were legally married.

Ponorovskaya filed for divorce in 2013, which is when she learned that the wedding was not real and her interest in the property is in jeopardy.

“He tricked me into removing my name [from the deed]. He said we’re married [and] it doesn’t matter,” she said. “I spent years renovating and almost drowned my own business. With the amount of physical labor I put into this loft, it would make me a slave to just walk away.”

Stecklow is attempting to evict Ponorovskaya from the apartment.

“He’s very, very greedy,” Ponorovskaya said. She also said that the value of their home is now close to $2 million.

Rita Warner, the woman’s lawyer, argued in court that a marriage is official if it is solemnized sufficiently, according to a law that is 107 years old. A cousin of Stecklow, who is ordained on the internet as a minister, performed the ceremony. A judge in Manhattan ruled that the marriage was not legally binding because the couple never acquire a marriage license.

“[The law] would undoubtedly come as a surprise to all those couples who patiently wait on the long lines at the Marriage License Bureau . . . to learn that, despite the instructions they were given, a marriage license is not really a requirement for marrying after all,” he wrote.

Ponorovskaya said, “He used influence over me to try to gain a Tribeca apartment that is skyrocketing in value by the day.”

The lawyer for Stecklow, Dave Thompson, said, “In the absence of a marriage, the courts generally do not, and should not, [get] involved in the parties’ private affairs.”
Ponorovskaya claims the renovations to the apartment ended their 10-year relationship. “The renovations put a strain on us,” she explained. “It was an empty space I built into a loft and it was a lot of pressure on us.”

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