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noor appears in court, remains jailed on $400,000 bail


the ex-minneapolis police officer charged with murder and manslaughter in the july shooting death of justine ruszczyk damond made his first court appearance wednesday, where his bail was set amid a room full of supporters.mohamed noor, 33, remains jailed after judge kathryn quaintance set his bail at $400,000 on the condition that he turn over his passport, surrender his firearms and ammunition and refrain from contacting his partner matthew harrity, the lone witness in the shooting that drew international outrage. bail is set at $500,000 without conditions."officer noor, like any other person charged with a crime in america is presumed innocent until proven guilty," quaintance said. "if he has a trial it will be in a court of law, not in the media or in the streets.""dressed in an orange






spain skeptical over catalan official's vow to abide by laws


madrid — spain's foreign minister says time will tell if catalonia's jailed top lawmaker will stop acting outside the constitution once freed, as she has reportedly pledged.a supreme court judge jailed catalan regional parliament speaker carme forcadell on thursday and set bail at 150,000 euros ($175,000) after she agreed to either renounce future political activity or do it within the constitutional framework. she is expected to be released friday after bail is deposited.forcadell, a leading catalan independence figure, and five other lawmakers were quizzed in a rebellion investigation following the catalan parliament's oct. 27 secession declaration.foreign minister alfonso dastis told cope radio it "remains to be seen" if she will keep her word, adding that if she doesn't, he expected th






spain skeptical over catalan official’s vow to abide by laws


madrid (ap) — spain’s foreign minister says time will tell if catalonia’s jailed top lawmaker will stop acting outside the constitution once freed, as she has reportedly pledged.a supreme court judge jailed catalan regional parliament speaker carme forcadell on thursday and set bail at 150,000 euros ($175,000) after she agreed to either renounce future political activity or do it within the constitutional framework. she is expected to be released friday after bail is deposited.forcadell, a leading catalan independence figure, and five other lawmakers were quizzed in a rebellion investigation following the catalan parliament’s oct. 27 secession declaration.foreign minister alfonso dastis told cope radio it “remains to be seen” if she will keep her word, adding that if she doesn’t, he expect






queens man jailed for five months was unaware his bail was $2


in november 2014, aitabdel salem was jailed and sent to rikers island after police claimed the 42-year-old attacked officers as he attempted to steal a coat from a zara clothing store. originally, salem’s bail was set at $25,000 for this case and another one.on nov. 26, his return court date, selam was a no-show in court and the judge reduced the bail to just a dollar. on nov. 28, selam didn’t appear in court for a second time. the judge ruled the queens man be released from prison on his own recognizance because prosecutors failed to convince a jury within in the mandated 144 hours to hand down an indictment.salem unfortunately wasn’t given this information and remained in prison, so now he’s suing. according to the new york daily news he’s filed a lawsuit against the city and his legal c






queens man jailed for five months was unaware his bail was $2


in november 2014, aitabdel salem was jailed and sent to rikers island after police claimed the 42-year-old attacked officers as he attempted to steal a coat from a zara clothing store. originally, salem’s bail was set at $25,000 for this case and another one.read: tennessee man gets $75 after spending 31 years in prison on a wrongful convictionon nov. 26, his return court date, selam was a no-show in court and the judge reduced the bail to just a dollar. on nov. 28, selam didn’t appear in court for a second time. the judge ruled the queens man be released from prison on his own recognizance because prosecutors failed to convince a jury within in the mandated 144 hours to hand down an indictment.salem unfortunately wasn’t given this information and remained in prison, so now he’s suing. acc






sonakshi sinha shines in the noor trailer


sonakshi sinha shines in the noor trailerafter kicking ass in akira, sonakshi sinha now has turned journalist in her next film – noor. the film’s trailer has a refereshing vibe and sonakshi leaves a solid impression as the sweet and nerdy noor. the film is directed by sunhil sippy and produced by t series and abundantia entertainment. noor is an adaptation of the  successful novel karachi, you’re killing me! and it will release on april 21st.






court appearance set for suspect in theft of mcdormand oscar


los angeles — a man charged with swiping and taking off with frances mcdormand's oscar during an academy awards after-party is set to make his first appearance in court.terry bryant is expected to be arraigned in a downtown los angeles courtroom on wednesday.prosecutors on tuesday charged bryant with felony grand theft, a crime that could get him three years in prison.the 47-year-old bryant remains jailed on $20,000 bail. it's not clear if he has hired an attorney who can comment.authorities say bryant took mcdormand's best actress statuette sunday night during the governors ball, the official post-oscars party.associated press video shows what appears to be bryant walking out with the trophy and proudly holding it high.a photographer followed bryant and confronted him, and he was arrested






lawsuit: bail 'scheme' keeps poor people jailed for months


lafayette, la. — a federal lawsuit claims court officials in a louisiana community often keep poor people jailed for months for no reason other than they can't afford bail.civil rights lawyers sued the sheriff who oversees the lafayette parish's jail, a state judge and another court official responsible for setting bail amounts for people arrested in lafayette, vermilion and acadia parishes. the suit accuses them of running a "wealth-based detention scheme" that violates the civil rights of impoverished people.attorneys from the roderick & solange macarthur justice center filed the class action monday on behalf of a man arrested saturday on a theft charge. the suit says edward little doesn't have the $375 necessary to secure his release.the three defendants didn't immediately respond to ca






california attorney general backs changing money bail system


sacramento, calif. (ap) — judges must consider suspects’ ability to pay when they set bail amounts, california attorney general xavier becerra said tuesday, adding momentum to ongoing talks aimed at finding a better way to make sure suspects show up in court.judges should only keep suspects in jail awaiting trial if they are dangerous or are likely to flee, becerra said.he sided with a recent appeals court ruling that the state’s bail system unconstitutionally discriminates against poor suspects who languish in jail. bail is money or property that can be forfeited if suspects fail to appear for trial.he said he won’t appeal in the case of a 64-year-old san francisco suspect jailed for more than eight months because he couldn’t make $350,000 bail on charges of stealing $5 and a bottle of co






move your lakk from noor is catchy


move your lakk from noor is catchyafter yeh hai noor and gulabi 2.0, noor has sonakshi sinha grooving on screen with diljit dosanjh and badshah to the film’s latest song move your lakk. the song is super catchy and will definitely set your body moving to the beats. with the songs all set to rage the charts, we can’t wait for the movie to hit the theatres.






lawsuit: bail ‘scheme’ keeps poor people jailed for months


lafayette, la. — a federal lawsuit claims court officials in a louisiana community often keep poor people jailed for months for no reason other than they can’t afford bail.civil-rights lawyers sued the sheriff who oversees the lafayette parish’s jail, a state judge and another court official responsible for setting bail amounts for people arrested in lafayette, vermilion and acadia parishes. the suit accuses them of running a “wealth-based detention scheme” that violates the civil rights of impoverished people.attorneys from the roderick & solange macarthur justice center filed the class action monday on behalf of a man arrested saturday on a theft charge. the suit says edward little doesn’t have the $375 necessary to secure his release.the three defendants didn’t immediately respond to ca






noor turns himself in on damond charges


minneapolis police officer mohamed noor was charged tuesday with murder and manslaughter in the july shooting death of justine ruszczyk damond.noor is charged with third-degree murder “perpetrating eminently dangerous act and evincing depraved mind” and second-degree manslaughter, “culpable negligence creating unreasonable risk.”hennepin county attorney mike freeman held a news conference for 2:30 p.m. to discuss the case, which drew international attention and led to the ouster of police chief janeé harteau. noor was booked into jail at 11:16 a.m., according to jail records, on a minnesota bureau of criminal apprehension (bca) warrant for third-degree murder and second-degree manslaughter. bail was set at $500,000.damond, 40, a native of australia, was shot and killed july 15 after callin






noor turns himself in on damond charges


minneapolis police officer mohamed noor was charged tuesday with murder and manslaughter in the july shooting death of justine ruszczyk damond.noor is charged with third-degree murder “perpetrating eminently dangerous act and evincing depraved mind” and second-degree manslaughter, “culpable negligence creating unreasonable risk.”hennepin county attorney mike freeman held a news conference at 2:30 p.m. to discuss the case, which drew international attention and led to the ouster of police chief janeé harteau. noor was booked into jail at 11:16 a.m., according to jail records, on a minnesota bureau of criminal apprehension (bca) warrant for third-degree murder and second-degree manslaughter. bail was set at $500,000.damond, 40, a native of australia, was shot and killed july 15 after calling






the latest: catalan parliament speaker leaves spain prison


madrid — the latest on the spain-catalonia political crisis (all times local):2:35 p.m.a top catalan lawmaker who spent the night in a madrid region prison as part of a wide-ranging rebellion investigation stemming from the spanish region's declaration of independence has been released after posting bail.a supreme court judge ordered the release of catalan parliament speaker carme forcadell after the 150,000 euros ($175,000) bail was posted friday.forcadell and five other catalan lawmakers were quizzed by the judge thursday over the regional parliament's oct. 27 vote to declare independence from spain.the judge jailed forcadell immediately, ordered four to pay 25,000-euro ($29,000) bail in one week to remain out of custody and released another who opposed the declaration of catalonia as a






the latest: judge frees 6 catalan separatists, 4 still held


brussels — the latest on the crisis in catalonia (all times local):10:30 a.m.a spanish judge has ordered the release of six catalan politicians but upheld the jailing of two separatist activists and two other prominent members of the regional government ousted over a month ago amid an unprecedented independence bid.supreme court magistrate pablo llarena on monday ordered ousted catalan vice president oriol junqueras, the former regional interior minister joaquim forn and the leaders of two catalan grassroots separatist groups to remain in jail without bail.the judge considers that it remains to be seen if their pledges to abide by spanish law and renounce unilateral independence for catalonia is "truthful and real," according to a statement by the supreme court.llarena set bail at 100,000






waite park police: man says he drank heavily night before baby suffered severe b


a 21-year-old man remains jailed in central minnesota on suspicion of assaulting a 6-month-old child and leaving the victim in critical condition with brain injuries, authorities said.cody e. anderson, of buffalo, minn., was charged last week in stearns county district court with first-degree assault in connection with the violence inflicted upon the baby at a home in the 1200 block of 7th avenue s. in waite park.anderson remains jailed in lieu of $200,000 bail ahead of a march 26 court appearance. court records show that he has yet to retain an attorney.officers were called to the home about 10:10 a.m. tuesday for a medical emergency and located the baby in the home "unconscious and having difficulty breathing," a statement from police read.police determined that the child was suffering f






bail granted to 2 mississippi boys facing murder charges


baldwyn, miss. (ap) — two of three northeast mississippi boys facing adult capital murder charges have been released.local media report that 13-year-old dequan stribling and 14-year-old jayce west were released thursday on $50,000 bail after a hearing. quindaris buress, also 13, remains jailed without bail. prosecutors say burress will remain in the lee county jail until a grand jury considers indictments against all three. the next grand jury convenes jan. 3.the three are charged with killing a 70-year-old baldwyn man while robbing him. henry adams jr. was found shot once in the chest at home on oct. 23, with his wallet found outside.in mississippi, anyone accused of a crime punishable by death or life imprisonment is automatically charged as an adult. a judge can later send such cases to






man jailed, 2 out on bail in connection with american tourist's death in greece


athens, greece -- a serb man was ordered jailed pending trial and two others were released on bail thursday after appearing before an investigating judge on the greek island of zakynthos in the beating death of an american tourist. a fourth suspect who appeared before the judge was granted a brief postponement and will testify on friday. bail for the two who were released was set at 5,000 euros ($5,700). the four were among nine men aged between 18 and 34 - one greek, seven serbs and a british citizen of serb origin - charged in the july 7 death of 22-year-old bakari henderson, who was beaten by a group of men outside a bar in zakynthos' rowdy tourist district of lagana. the other five suspects, who testified on wednesday, were all remanded in custody pending trial.two of the nine men susp






charges: ex-boyfriend killed edina woman in minnesota, burned body in new orlean


an arkansas man was charged in federal court with kidnapping after allegedly killing his ex-girlfriend in minnesota, then driving her body to new orleans and burning it in a shipping container, according to court documents.joseph porter, 25, was charged friday in u.s. district court in minnesota with kidnapping cristina prodan, 27, of edina, who was reported missing by her mother jan. 5. he is jailed in little rock and will make a court appearance before a u.s. magistrate judge at a later date.according to court documents filed by arkansas authorities and the fbi, porter met prodan on facebook and had been living with her since last fall. he was arrested by arkansas state police last week at the little rock residence he shared with his husband and charged with stealing a car in new orleans






charges: ex-boyfriend killed edina woman in minnesota, burned body in new orlean


an arkansas man was charged in federal court with kidnapping after allegedly killing his ex-girlfriend in minnesota, then driving her body to new orleans and burning it in a shipping container, according to court documents.joseph porter, 25, was charged friday in u.s. district court in minnesota with kidnapping cristina prodan, 27, of edina, who was reported missing by her mother jan. 5. he is jailed in little rock and will make a court appearance before a u.s. magistrate judge at a later date.according to court documents filed by arkansas authorities and the fbi, porter met prodan on facebook and had been living with her since last fall. he was arrested by arkansas state police last week at the little rock residence he shared with his husband and charged with stealing a car in new orleans






man charged in oakland warehouse fire appears in court


oakland, calif. — a man charged in a december fire that killed 36 concertgoers at an illegally converted oakland warehouse appeared briefly in court for the first time.max harris didn't enter a plea monday on 36 charges of involuntary manslaughter. he was ordered back to court thursday, when warehouse operator derick almena is scheduled to be arraigned on the same charges.the east bay times reported (http://bayareane.ws/2tdrd5h ) that harris' public defender declined to comment outside court.authorities say the pair turned the ghost ship warehouse into housing and party space that lacked fire safety systems and was packed with flammable material.almena's lawyers say others are to blame, including an electrical utility and the fire department.they're jailed on bail of a bit more than $1 mil






minneapolis city council candidate mohamud noor drops out of sixth ward conventi


minneapolis city council candidate mohamud noor said friday he’s quitting the sixth ward dfl endorsing convention, which is scheduled for saturday at 11 a.m.noor, who is challenging council member abdi warsame, cited a “potential safety risk for participants,” and said, “we believe conducting the convention in hastily and non-transparent manner will cast a doubt on the credibility not only of the process but also the results.”the convention, however, will go forward as scheduled, said dan mcconnell, chair of the minneapolis dfl. the event will be at northeast middle school, 2955 hayes st. ne.warsame said he doesn’t take noor’s statements seriously, and he’s planning to bring his delegates to the convention.“i’m very proud of the ward 6 residents and the thousands of people who showed up fo






minneapolis city council candidate mohamud noor drops out of sixth ward conventi


minneapolis city council candidate mohamud noor said friday he’s quitting the sixth ward dfl endorsing convention, which is scheduled for saturday at 11 a.m.noor, who is challenging council member abdi warsame, cited a “potential safety risk for participants,” and said, “we believe conducting the convention in hastily and nontransparent manner will cast a doubt on the credibility not only of the process but also the results.”the convention, however, will go forward as scheduled, said dan mcconnell, chair of the minneapolis dfl. the event will be at northeast middle school, 2955 ne. hayes st. warsame said he doesn’t take noor’s statements seriously, and he’s planning to bring his delegates to the convention.“i’m very proud of the ward six residents and the thousands of people who showed up






minneapolis officer charged in shooting of australian woman


minneapolis — a minneapolis police officer was charged tuesday with murder and manslaughter in the fatal shooting of an unarmed australian woman in july minutes after she called 911 to report a possible sexual assault behind her home.officer mohamed noor turned himself in after a warrant was issued for his arrest. he shot justine ruszczyk damond, a 40-year-old life coach, on july 15. damond's death drew international attention, cost the police chief her job and forced major revisions to the department's policy on body cameras.hennepin county attorney mike freeman said the law makes it difficult to charge police officers unless they are "unacceptably reckless." he said, "i agree with that."but he added: "clearly officer noor violated the rules and deserves to be charged."noor is charged wit






minneapolis city council candidate mohamud noor drops out of sixth ward conventi


minneapolis city council candidate mohamud noor said friday he's quitting the sixth ward dfl endorsing convention, which is scheduled for saturday at 11 a.m.noor, who is challenging council member abdi warsame, cited a "potential safety risk for participants," and said, "we believe conducting the convention in hastily and nontransparent manner will cast a doubt on the credibility not only of the process but also the results."the convention, however, will go forward as scheduled, said dan mcconnell, chair of the minneapolis dfl. the event will be at northeast middle school, 2955 hayes st. ne.warsame said he doesn't take noor's statements seriously, and he's planning to bring his delegates to the convention."i'm very proud of the ward six residents and the thousands of people who showed up f






when is a bail lawyer necessary? the global dispatch


share thistagsaustraliabailoutboston legalcriminalcriminal chargesinternational criminal courtlawyer suspendedlegal advicemelbournesydneythe lincoln lawyercommitting a criminal offence can often be a stressful time and finding an appropriate attorney for the right circumstance can be difficult. the first step in once charges have been pressed is receiving bail. in some instances, the police do not give out bail freely due to the extent of the crime committed. a bail lawyer is necessary when the accused needs to ‘show cause’ to a court. this means explaining to the court why the accused being released on bail is justified. there are a select few instances when it is most likely that the accused will need to ‘show cause’ to a court.photo kauhajoki.vaakuna.svgthis is when the accused;has comm






hopkins schools ran background check on ex-convict facing sexual assault charges


a hopkins elementary school employee charged with sexually assaulting two students passed a pre-employment background check with the district despite convictions for illegal gun possession, drinking in public and hit-and-run driving, and he received favorable recommendations from his previous employers even after being forced to quit his job with minneapolis schools.david joseph madrigal, 54, appeared tuesday in hennepin county district court on two charges of second-degree criminal sexual conduct in connection with the incidents at eisenhower elementary school on hwy. 7. madrigal, dressed in a black jacket, was subdued during his brief time in court, keeping his head bowed and spelling his name in a hushed voice.madrigal, of minneapolis, remains jailed in lieu of $50,000 bail and ahead of






afghan governor dismisses announcement he has resigned


kabul, afghanistan — a powerful afghan provincial governor is dismissing an announcement by the presidential palace that his resignation has been accepted.atta mohammad noor, governor of northern balkh province, dismissed the order, saying no one in the national unity government has the right to remove him from his position unless his party, jamiat-e islami, makes that decision.there was no immediate reaction from the presidential palace.in an address saturday broadcast live on local tv, noor said his party made a mistake in backing the country's chief executive, abdullah abdullah during the past election. noor once supported abdullah abdullah.last week, the palace announced that president ashraf ghani had accepted noor's resignation, but noor says that so far their negotiations have not c






the latest: harris county will comply with bail reform order


houston — the latest on a texas lawsuit challenging bail rules (all times local):6:45 p.m.harris county will comply with a court ruling that has allowed dozens of inmates who can't afford their bail to be freed from a houston jail.however, first assistant county attorney robert soard said justice clarence thomas' rejection of the county's emergency request for a stay doesn't affect the county's appeal of the lower-court ruling to the 5th u.s. circuit court of appeals. he says the county's appeals court brief is due early next month.thomas' ruling came after the 5th circuit rejected the request for an emergency stay of a preliminary injunction issued by u.s. district jude lee rosenthal.___4 p.m.the u.s. supreme court has refused an emergency request from harris county officials to block a l






police: central minn. man says he drank heavily night before baby suffered brain


a 21-year-old man remains jailed in central minnesota on suspicion of assaulting a 6-month-old boy under his care and leaving the infant fighting for his life sunday with brain injuries, authorities said.cody e. anderson of buffalo, minn., was charged last week in stearns county district court with first-degree assault in connection with the violence inflicted upon the baby at a home in the 1200 block of 7th avenue s. in waite park.anderson remains jailed in lieu of $200,000 bail ahead of a march 26 court appearance. court records show that he has yet to retain an attorney.the criminal complaint said anderson told authorities he was the child’s main caregiver and that he drank three-fourths of a bottle of liquor the night before the infant was assaulted.officers were called to the home abo






police: central minn. man says he drank heavily night before baby suffered brain


a 21-year-old man remains jailed in central minnesota on suspicion of assaulting a 6-month-old boy under his care and leaving the victim fighting for his life sunday with brain injuries, authorities said.cody e. anderson, of buffalo, minn., was charged last week in stearns county district court with first-degree assault in connection with the violence inflicted upon the baby at a home in the 1200 block of 7th avenue s. in waite park.anderson remains jailed in lieu of $200,000 bail ahead of a march 26 court appearance. court records show that he has yet to retain an attorney.the criminal complaint said anderson told authorities he was the child's main caregiver and that he drank three-fourths of a bottle of liquor the night before the infant was assaulted.officers were called to the home ab






afghan governor dismisses announcement he has resigned


kabul, afghanistan (ap) — a powerful afghan provincial governor is dismissing an announcement by the presidential palace that his resignation has been accepted.atta mohammad noor, governor of northern balkh province, dismissed the order, saying no one in the national unity government has the right to remove him from his position unless his party, jamiat-e islami, makes that decision.there was no immediate reaction from the presidential palace.in an address saturday broadcast live on local tv, noor said his party made a mistake in backing the country’s chief executive, abdullah abdullah during the past election. noor once supported abdullah abdullah.most read storiesunlimited digital access. $1 for 4 weeks.last week, the palace announced that president ashraf ghani had accepted noor’s resig






recount set for tuesday in minneapolis city council race between warsame, noor


a recount of ballots in the sixth ward city council election in minneapolis will take place tuesday, as the heated contest for the south minneapolis council seat drags on.council member abdi warsame defeated mohamud noor by 239 votes on election night, but disputes between warsame and noor and their allies have simmered for months, and noor formally requested what the city considers a “discretionary” recount.noor paid a $7,000 deposit on wednesday, triggering the recount, which will be open to the public at 9 a.m. at the early vote center, 217 s. 3rd st.“we want to get everything counted and we want to make sure everything is done right,” noor said. “the public has the right to know who really won the election.”warsame, meanwhile, said he is frustrated with the dfl party for looking on pas






judge lowers $2-million bail for suge knight's fiancee on charges she sold murde


a los angeles county judge decided to sharply reduce the $2-million bail keeping marion “suge” knight’s fiancee jailed on charges that she violated a court order by selling a key video in knight’s murder trial to the gossip website tmz.toi-lin kelly, 36, was arrested this month after a grand jury indicted her on charges of conspiring to violate a court order, obstruct justice and commit grand theft, prosecutors said. while bail for such offenses would normally be set at $45,000, prosecutors sought the multimillion-dollar figure because they believed kelly had been actively trying to help her fiance beat his murder case through illegal means.on wednesday, superior court judge douglas sortino reduced kelly’s bail to $500,000, deciding that allegations that kelly has possibly engaged in witne






complaint: 2 officers ‘spooked’ before 911 caller is shot


minneapolis (ap) — a minneapolis police officer was charged tuesday with murder and manslaughter in the fatal shooting of an unarmed australian woman in july minutes after she called 911 to report a possible sexual assault behind her home.officer mohamed noor turned himself in after a warrant was issued for his arrest. he shot justine ruszczyk damond, a 40-year-old life coach, on july 15. damond’s death drew international attention, cost the police chief her job and forced major revisions to the department’s policy on body cameras.hennepin county attorney mike freeman said the law makes it difficult to charge police officers unless they are “unacceptably reckless.” he said, “i agree with that.”but he added: “clearly officer noor violated the rules and deserves to be charged.”most read nati






noor turns himself in on damond charges


minneapolis police officer mohamed noor has turned himself in on murder and manslaughter charges related to the july shooting death of justine ruszczyk damond. a warrant was issued tuesday for noor’s arrest on charges filed in hennepin county district court. noor was booked into hennepin county jail at 11:16 a.m., according to jail records, on a minnesota bureau of criminal apprehension warrant for third-degree murder and second-degree manslaughter. jail officials declined to release his booking photo. the charging documents, which have been filed under seal, have not yet been made public.according to jail records, noor is charged with third degree murder “perpetrating eminently dangerous act and evincing depraved mind” and second-degree manslaughter, “culpable negligence creating unreason






rov sub has rare encounter with sperm whale


underwater rovs rarely have encounters with sperm whales. but this rov got extremely lucky when a huge sperm whale circled it several times.full story at youtube.more amazing animals. posted by josh urich