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160_ap_simpson_080915JsHost = (("https:" == document.location.protocol) ?  LAS VEGAS (AP) — The judge in the O.J. Simpson armed robbery-kidnapping case plans to release redacted jury questionnaires once the trial ends and is defending her decision not to release the full surveys immediately."If juror questionnaires were released during this trial, there is a substantial probability that the defendants' right to an impartial jury would be prejudiced by the publicity that releasing such would generate," Nevada Attorney General Catherine Cortez Masto argued in a response filed Tuesday on behalf of Clark County District Court Judge Jackie Glass.Masto was responding to an emergency motion filed earlier this month by media organizations asking the Nevada Supreme Court to review Glass' decision not to release the questionnaires.The Associated Press and Stephens Media LLC, the owner of the Las Vegas Review-Journal, are seeking immediate access to the questionnaires completed by the 12 jurors and six alterna...
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beth%2BostroskyFight! Fight!  She's In Love, So Now What?  House Peters Jr., aka 'Mr.  OK!  Howard Stern Finally Tying the Knot?  Oct 2) - According to Perez, Howard Stern is marrying Beth Ostrosky tomorrow, October 3rd. While Perez isn't always a rock solid source (Castro's death, anyone?), Stern proposed to Ostrosky in February 2007, so wedding bells should be ringing soon. Congratulations you crazy kids.  2008 AOL LLC.  I don't understand what she likes in him besides he has money.  JERK ! Girl you can do much better than that...  Have you ever listened to him?  EEEEEWWWWW!!!  ANYTHING TO DO W/ HIM?  This guy is Scum...  3 little girls... Can you imigin being one of his daughters...  PopEater Poll ResultsWho would Homer Simpson vote for? 60 percent of PopEater readers say he's an Obama man all the way.FoxBritney's ex says there's a two-hour sex tape of him and the star he's looking to sell. We salute the 100,000 PopEater voters who came clean with us about whether they would watch. 62 percent say ...
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oj1115JsHost = (("https:" == document.location.protocol) ?  O.J. Simpson appears during his trial at the Clark County Regional Justice Center, Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2008 in Las Vegas. Simpson faces 12 charges, including felony kidnapping, armed robbery and conspiracy.  Parties in O.J.  LAS VEGAS (AP) — The judge and lawyers for both sides in the O.J. Simpson kidnapping and armed robbery case are meeting behind closed doors to work on jury instructions, and plan to present them before closing arguments later Thursday.Simpson and a co-defendant are accused of robbing and holding two sports memorabilia dealers at gunpoint a year ago to get back mementos that once belonged to the former NFL star.Neither Simpson nor Clarence "C.J." Stewart testified before their lawyers rested their cases Wednesday.Simpson and Stewart have pleaded not guilty to 12 charges.  Copyright ©  2008   The Associated Press.  O.J. Simpson appears during his trial at the Clark County Regional Justice Center, Wednes...
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200711013JsHost = (("https:" == document.location.protocol) ?  O.J. Simpson, right, and his attorney Yale Galanter appear during Simpson's trial at the Clark County Regional Justice Center, Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2008 in Las Vegas. Simpson faces 12 charges, including felony kidnapping, armed robbery and conspiracy.  LAS VEGAS (AP) — Both sides have rested in the O.J. Simpson kidnapping and armed robbery case after a last-minute dispute threatened to derail the trial.Judge Jackie Glass dismissed jurors for the day Wednesday. They're due to hear final arguments Thursday.Glass rejected mistrial motions earlier but expressed concern that the trial was in jeopardy and said she was trying "to get this case back on track."Prosecutors and defense lawyers thought the lead detective blurted out that a defense witness had been thrown out of a hearing for tampering with a witness.But the judge found that the detective was referring to someone else.THIS IS A BREAKING NEWS UPDATE. Check back soon for furt...
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Picture00175Last update: 1:02 p.m. EDT Oct.  Aeolus Pharmaceuticals, Inc.  2010.  30-month anniversary of their date of issuance.  250,000 shares.  Annual Report on Form 10-K for the year ended September 30, 2007.  Aeolus Pharmaceuticals, Inc.  John L.  5:12 PM 10/3/08 U.S.  U.S. stocks seek credit market, economic reliefStocks in focus for MondayNational City slumps after ratings cut; financials mixedU.S.  AIG puts many businesses up for sale as it seeks to repay FedU.S. stocks seek credit market, economic reliefWho's profiting from the crisis? Goldman Sachs, of courseInternational stock funds tumble hard in an unforgiving quarterTreasurys stand out in losing quarter for most bond fundsU.S.  U.S.  Copyright © 2008 MarketWatch, Inc.  By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Service and Privacy Policy .  Intraday data provided by Interactive Data Real Time Services, a division of Interactive Data Corp. and subject to terms of use. Historical and current end-of-day data provided by In...
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Last update: 2:50 p.m. EDT Sept.  In the news release, Actor Richard Belzer to Be Master of Ceremonies for North Shore Animal League America's 3rd Annual DogCatemy Celebrity Gala, issued 12-Sep-2008 by North Shore Animal League America over PR Newswire, we are advised by the organization that the fourth paragraph, should read "The DogCatemy Celebrity Gala also offers a silent auction, available online beginning October 17th at  http://www.AnimalLeague.org/." rather than "The DogCatemy Celebrity Gala also offers a silent auction, available online beginning October 17th. To view auction items visit  www.Charitybuzz.com/auctions.d​o" as originally issued inadvertently.  North Shore Animal League America will be rolling out the Red Carpet for barking, happy dogs and their owners at the third annual DogCatemy Celebrity Gala. Set for Thursday, November 6, 2008 at Capitale in New York City, Actor and veteran stand-up comic Richard Belzer, star of NBC's Law & Order Special Victim's Unit and, an...
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oj.verdict.lgJsHost = (("https:" == document.location.protocol) ?  O.J. Simpson appears in court during closing arguments in his trial at the Clark County Regional Justice Center, Thursday, Oct. 2, 2008 in Las Vegas. Simpson is charged with a total of twelve counts including kidnapping, armed robbery and assault with a deadly weapon stemming from an alleged incident involving the theft of his sports memorabilia. (AP Photo/ Jae C.  LAS VEGAS (AP) — Jurors in the O.J. Simpson trial reached a verdict Friday after working into the night, deliberating the fate of the former football star and a co-defendant accused of robbing two sports memorabilia dealers at gunpoint in a casino hotel room."We have a verdict," said Michael Sommermeyer, spokesman for the Clark County District Court. He said it would be read after all the defendants, lawyers and prosecutors arrived at the court.The jury reached a decision after deliberating for more than 13 hours.Simpson, 61, and a golfing buddy, Clarence "C.J." St...
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ojsimpson_174399tJsHost = (("https:" == document.location.protocol) ?  O.J. Simpson appears in court during closing arguments in his trial at the Clark County Regional Justice Center, Thursday, Oct. 2, 2008 in Las Vegas. Simpson is charged with a total of twelve counts including kidnapping, armed robbery and assault with a deadly weapon stemming from an alleged incident involving the theft of his sports memorabilia. (AP Photo/ Jae C.  LAS VEGAS (AP) — Jurors in the O.J. Simpson trial reached a verdict Friday after working into the night, deliberating the fate of the former football star and a co-defendant accused of robbing two sports memorabilia dealers at gunpoint in a casino hotel room."We have a verdict," said Michael Sommermeyer, spokesman for the Clark County District Court. He said it would be read after all the defendants, lawyers and prosecutors arrived at the court.The jury reached a decision after deliberating for more than 13 hours.Simpson, 61, and a golfing buddy, Clarence "C.J." St...
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