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L.A. UnleashedNEWARK, N.J. -- Accusations of greedy motives and arguments over visitation rights made it easy to forget that a recent court hearing centered not on the child of warring parents but on a four-legged animal, albeit one with his own......
L.A. NOWA day after a judge declared a mistrial on the remaining counts in the Bell corruption trial, saying "all hell had broken loose" with a deeply divided jury, it remained unclear what, if any, steps attorneys might take next....
The Hartford CourantThe just completed federal criminal trial of Robert Braddock, a fundraiser for former Speaker of the House Christopher Donovan's unsuccessful 2012 congressional campaign, revealed corruption at the highest levels of the General Assembly. Law enforcement...
A Winchester man accused of trying to check a child out of Central Elementary School rejected a plea offer Monday to see his case decided by a judge. James Tolson II, 25, of 109 Alabama St., was charged May 2 with attempted custodial interference...
Tribune reporterFed up with the unwanted weekly delivery of RedPlum/ShopLocal coupon packages, some two dozen Logan Square residents have sued its distributors -- the Chicago Tribune and Valassis Communications -- to stop receiving the savings offers. The lawsuit,...
Reuters* Martoma calls U.S. conspiracy allegations vague * Defendant accused of insider trading * SAC, founder Steven Cohen in focus after subpoenas May 21 (Reuters) - Former SAC Capital Advisors portfolio manager Mathew Martoma said the government is...
ReutersBy Tim Gaynor PHOENIX, May 21 (Reuters) - Convicted killer Jodi Arias is expected to address jurors on Tuesday as they weigh whether to sentence her to death or life in prison for brutally killing her ex-boyfriend in Arizona five years ago. Arias, 32,...
Tags: Judges, Murder, Punishment, Prosecution, Death Penalty
Associated PressINDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Two Occupy protesters are suing sheriff's officers in a central Indiana county who they say shoved one of them roughly into a wall and arrested them when they entered the county courthouse. The two Occupy Kokomo demonstrators...
ReutersGUATEMALA CITY (Reuters) - Guatemala's highest court on Monday overturned a genocide conviction against former dictator Efrain Rios Montt and reset his trial back to when a dispute broke out a month ago over who should hear the case. Rios Montt, 86,...
Tags: Hate Crimes, Judges, Interior Policy, Punishment, U.S. Congress
MOUNT CLEMENS, Mich. (AP) — A trial is set to start in Mount Clemens for two men charged in what police say was a plot to have a pregnant Detroit woman killed because one of the men didn't want another child. Records show the trial for Jamal Rogers...
Tags: Punishment, Murder, Shootings, Prisons
Testimony continued this morning in the manslaughter trial of Caryn Kelley, who is accused in the fatal shooting of her boyfriend after a drunken argument at her College Park home in 2011. The state's law enforcement testimony continued today, with...
SOUTH BEND -- A judge on Tuesday sentenced to two years in prison a man who admitted to firing shots into a crowd during a fray that left one man dead last September. St. Joseph Superior Court Judge Jane Woodward Miller ordered James D. Garcia Jr. to...
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