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  • Spokane attorney to argue before U.S. Supreme Court

    The day in 1978 when Matthew R. Descamps broke into the CentroMart in Stockton, Calif., the man who would later argue for his freedom was settling into his second year …


  • Senate OKs Rice for federal bench

    Spokane-based Assistant U.S. Attorney Thomas Rice’s appointment as a federal judge was confirmed Tuesday by the U.S. Senate. Rice, who teamed with Assistant U.S. Attorney Joseph Harrington in the prosecution …


  • Man who sought sex with girl gets 12 years

    A Michigan man has been sentenced to 12 years in prison after pleading guilty in March to grooming a 13-year-old Ferry County girl and then traveling across the country to …


  • Tax protester headed north instead of to court

    A Deer Park man, whose ex-wife said he might “go Ruby Ridge” if the government tried seizing his home for unpaid taxes, was ordered held without bond Thursday after being …

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