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The 1983 murder of a Broward County woman was so vicious — she was raped, stabbed maybe 40 times, hit over the head with a chair and strangled with wire — that Miramar police said the killer had to have been "mentally unstable." Within hours...
A federal judge on Monday rejected efforts by lawyers for the City of Miramar and the Broward Sheriff's Office to keep some DNA test results out of evidence in a civil lawsuit filed on behalf of Anthony Caravella, who was freed after serving more than...
When Miramar detectives interrogated Anthony Caravella about the 1983 murder of a local woman, the then-15-year-old eventually confessed to the crime. But there were problems with some of his sworn statements – he got many of the important details...
An Aberdeen man wanted for murder in Chicago has agreed to be extradited to face the charge. Daniel E. Neasom, 29, voluntarily agreed to be extradited, according to court paperwork filed after a Monday court hearing. Tom Schmitt, chief deputy with the...
Gevo, the company that converted a Luverne, Minn., ethanol plant to make high-value alcohol for chemicals and plastics, declared victory over a competitor on March 21 in the first of 15 patent lawsuits over its genetically engineered yeast and other...
Tags: Biofuels, Judges, Genetic Engineering, Litigation, Laws
Even as the U.S Supreme Court reviews Maryland's law on police collection of DNA samples, many law enforcement agencies in the state are collecting and holding genetic material from murder victims and people never convicted of crimes. The practices...
NEW YORK (AP) — A huge international effort involving more than 100 institutions and genetic tests on 200,000 people has uncovered dozens of signposts in DNA that can help reveal further a person's risk for breast, ovarian or prostate cancer,...
On Tuesday, the Supreme Court heard arguments in a challenge to the constitutionality of a Maryland law -- similar to one in California -- that requires police to take DNA samples from people arrested for serious crimes. Starting with what she obviously...
Will scientists soon be able to revive the long-extinct woolly mammoth? What about the dodo, the Chinese river dolphin or the saber-toothed cat? With the great technological leaps forward over the past decade, bringing back dead-and-gone species using...
Tribune reporterDNA evidence and a cell phone left at the scene of a home invasion and sexual assault in the South Loop in January led to charges against a 19-year-old Rockford man, Cook County prosecutors said today in bond court. Bond was set at $2 million for...
Tags: Theft, Lawyers, Crime, Law and Justice, Chemical Industry, Rape
Maryland's practice of collecting genetic information from people arrested — but not convicted — on serious charges took the national stage Tuesday, as the U.S. Supreme Court weighed in on what Justice Samuel A. Alito Jr. called "perhaps the...
Tags: Lawyers, Wicomico County, Samuel A. Alito, Ray King, Laws
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Federal authorities say they broke up a multi-state dogfighting ring that included training pit bulls to fight in Kansas, Missouri and Texas. Pete Davis Jr. and Melvin Robinson are charged in a criminal complaint unsealed on Monday...
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