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WICHITA, Kan. (AP) - New attorneys for a Kansas doctor and his wife convicted in a moneymaking conspiracy linked to 68 overdose deaths asked an appeals court to throw out their convictions, arguing their trial lawyers served as little more than...
Tribune reportersCook County prosecutors said today that they would not retry four men who won new trials late last year in a brutal 1994 murder in the Englewood neighborhood after DNA evidence from the crime linked a convicted murderer who has since died to the crime....
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email@example.comThe trial for the mother of a 2-month-old boy who died in December 2010 from blunt force trauma to the head in Berkeley County is scheduled to begin Feb. 15, but her boyfriend’s trial was rescheduled Monday. Jessica Lynn Skupnick, 23, of 192...
Tags: Head Injuries, Injuries and Wounds, Health, Litigation, Trials
firstname.lastname@example.orgThe mother of a 2-month-old boy who died in December 2010 from blunt force trauma to the head in Berkeley County has agreed to enter an Alford plea to gross neglect of a child resulting in death, according to the prosector. Jessica Lynn Skupnick, 23,...
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pix11.com | @wpix"I don't see why people have to target people for their religion," George Featherstone of Paramus said. "A synagogue is supposed to be a peaceful place." Residents in Paramus are so upset to hear that 19-year-old Anthony Graziano allegedly planned to...
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) - A federal judge in Washington has put a proposed coal-fired power plant in southwest Kansas on hold until an environmental impact study has been completed. U.S. District Judge Emmett Sullivan ruled Tuesday that the U.S....
The Hartford CourantA former Windsor Locks police officer accused of killing a 15-year-old bicyclist while driving in town last year wants to take his case to trial. Michael Koistinen, 25, rejected a plea offer from the state Friday at Superior Court. In a proceeding that...
A New York-based company that had announced more than a year ago it was ready to start building a disputed trash-burning power plant in south Baltimore is now seeking a waiver of a state-imposed deadline to begin work on the $1 billion project within...
KWCH 12 Eyewitness NewsSome Kansas journalists are concerned about what happened at the Governor's mansion in January. That's why an attorney representing the Topeka Capital-Journal and the Kansas Press Association asked for an investigation into seven dinners with Governor...
KWCH 12 Eyewitness NewsSeveral Kansas legislators say Gov. Sam Brownback raised issues such as tax cuts and water policy in private meetings with them at his official residence. But their accounts of the meetings differed Monday. Some Republican legislators who...
Fox 5 San Diego ReporterEL CAJON, Calif. -- The family of an Iraq war veteran charged with beating a 4-month-old puppy so badly that it had to be euthanized said their son's post-traumatic stress disorder is to blame for the abuse. Cheryl Winget sat stoically inside an El Cajon...
A convicted killer was found guilty Thursday of murdering a correctional officer at the now-closed Maryland House of Correction, opening the possibility that he will become the first person sentenced to death under the state's new capital punishment law....
Tags: Lawyers, Trials, Laws, Crimes, Death Penalty
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