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December 2012 Archives

Plea deal for woman who assumed victim's identity

As identity theft becomes an increasingly common crime throughout the nation, a shocking case from Wichita highlights the ease with which an identity can be stolen and assumed. An illegal immigrant accused of hijacking an elementary school teacher's identity is abandoning her criminal defense to reach a plea deal in the court battle, which has gone on for more than a decade.

Man gets 10-year term in connection with drug bust

A man who had been convicted of selling more than 500 pounds of marijuana in a single deal was sentenced to a 121-month federal prison term in connection with the drug charges, according to state prosecutors. The 37-year-old man was convicted on a single charge of possession with intent to distribute the drug, though the long term was ostensibly derived from the massive quantity he was attempting to sell.

Ambulance company owner faces jail, restitution

The former leader of a Northland-area ambulance company has been ordered to pay criminal restitution after he was convicted of misusing public information. The man, age 40, will also be required to spend about two weeks in jail and serve a full year's probation in connection with the criminal activities, according to local media sources.

Sex slave or consenting adult? Expert witness needed, say lawyers

Trial lawyers associated with a bondage and sadomasochism case are attempting to submit expert testimony about the defendants' culture during their sex crimes trial. The major issue in the case revolves around whether a young woman consented to extreme sexual practices that allegedly took place in the couple's Lebanon, Missouri, mobile home.

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