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Topic - Monti L. Belot
A federal judge handed a key legal victory Wednesday to landowners battling a Nebraska gas firm in a lawsuit over the condemnation of more than 9,100 acres spanning three counties in south-central Kansas.
A federal judge has designated the case of a man accused in a suicide bomb plot at a Kansas airport as "complex."
Government evidence against a man accused of plotting a suicide bomb attack at a Kansas airport will be shielded from the public, a federal judge ruled Friday.
A federal judge has reset a date to hear arguments over the government's request to limit who can see some evidence in the case of an alleged suicide bomb plot at a Wichita airport.
A California man who tried to steal a truckload of beef from a southwest Kansas slaughterhouse was sentenced Monday to a year and a day in federal prison.
The trial of avionics technician accused of plotting a suicide bombing at a Wichita airport will likely focus on what the defense is calling entrapment and outrageous government conduct, according to documents filed in court Tuesday.
Two more drugs from a specialty pharmacy linked to a meningitis outbreak are being investigated, U.S. health officials said as they urged doctors to contact patients who received any kind of injection from the company.
Belot noted in his decision that discovery is sizeable and involves declassified and sensitive evidence.
"The fact you came in and cooperated is fine, but it doesn't excuse what you did," Judge Belot told the crestfallen defendant during the sentencing hearing.