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The 50-year-old Kratz called the 26-year-old woman a "hot nymph," asked if she was "the kind of girl that likes secret contact with an older married elected DA" and wondered whether her "low self-esteem" was to blame for her lack of interest.

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A law student said a Wisconsin prosecutor under fire for sending racy text messages to a domestic abuse victim also sent her similar texts in 2008 after agreeing to help her seek a pardon for a decade-old drug conviction. Maria Ruskiewicz said she

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NY Times

Eddie Lowery lost 10 years of his life for a crime he did not commit. There was no physical evidence at his trial for rape, but one overwhelming factor put him away: he confessed.

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What more do you need to know Obama is a traitor to America, to Arizona? His refusal to secure the border against what constitutes an armed invasion, according to the Pinal County Sheriff, is grounds for impeachment and removal from office. Denial of

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U.S. Prison Population Tops 2 Million America's prison population topped 2 million inmates for the first time in ... to a new report from the the Justice Department's Bureau of Justice Statistics. ... Private prison population drops. Privately op

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Lindh, who is serving a 20-year sentence at the Terre Haute prison for aiding Afghanistan's now-defunct Taliban government, wrote in a legal declaration that his religion requires him to pray five times a day, preferably in a group. "This is one of t

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New York Daily News

Years before his latest real-estate project, the Ground Zero Mosque, ignited an uproar, Sharif El-Gamal racked up at least seven run-ins with the law, including a bust for patronizing a prostitute.

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NY Times

“A reasonable person might wonder,” Mr. McMahon wrote, “whether the government — in its zeal to make a racketeering case against the Gambino family — allowed a 15-year-old girl to be shamefully and criminally exploited.”

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Facebook is suing start-up site Teachbook.com for using the word "book" in its name, according to court documents. The complaint, filed in a California district court last Wednesday, alleges that Teachbook is "riding] on the coattails of the fame

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Reuters

High-profile cases of pitching great Roger Clemens and former Illinois Governor Rod Blagojevich highlight a well-worn strategy by prosecutors: if you can't bust them for the crime, try nailing them for lying about it, because it's easier to convict

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