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BY FRAN SPIELMAN City Hall Reporter email@example.com March 12, 2012 11:00AM Updated: April 14, 2012 8:06AM Chicago taxpayers will pay $3.6 million to compensate a man who spent nine years in prison after allegedly being framed for an attempted murder he did not commit, under a settlement advanced Monday by a City Council committee.
BLOOMINGTON — A two-day hearing on the termination of a Bloomington police officer investigated for an incident involving a special-needs child at Stevenson School has concluded. A ruling could come before summer. The Bloomington police union filed a grievance in June challenging the termination of then-officer Scott Oglesby.
But it was also substantially less than what the prosecution had sought against the man it called “a billion-dollar force of deception and corruption on Wall Street.”
We've had a lot of stories this year about police arresting people for filming them .
News Corp. (NWSA) ’s loss of $7 billion in market value over four trading days shows investor concerns that a probe into alleged phone hacking by journalists at one London newspaper could have a broader impact on the company.
For much of the 2010 election cycle conservatives warned about the potential of voter fraud from Democrats .
In a landmark decision issued today in the criminal appeal of U.S. v.
'Chevron [should] cease its lies and pay,' said Humberto Piaguaje, an Ecuadorian tribal leader attending the AGM.