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Federal judge denies petition

A federal judge has denied a writ of habeas corpus filed by a man challenging his state conviction for burglary and the sentence of 16 years to life. The petition filed by defendant Franklin Rupert challenging his second-degree burglary conviction ...

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Dawn Nguyen denied release from prison

A federal judge, for the second time, has denied a compassionate release request from a woman who purchased guns that were used to kill two Webster firefighters in 2012. Dawn Nguyen, 32, asked to serve the remainder of her prison ...

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Federal inmate freed to avoid COVID-19

A federal judge has freed one prison inmate out of concerns over COVID-19, while denying another inmate’s request to be released before sentencing. In December 2019, Janet Flores pleaded guilty to being a felon in possession of a firearm and ...

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Inmate released because of COVID-19

A federal judge has freed one prison inmate because of COVID-19 and denied another inmate’s motion to be released. Donald McKinney, who has served only 18 months of a 10-year prison sentence on drug charges, had his request for compassionate ...

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