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Tribune reportersContinual coverage of the trial of Drew Peterson for the murder of his third wife, Kathleen Savio. -------------------- 3:15 p.m. Trial to resume Monday Judge Edward Burmila has adjourned the trial for the day. Prosecutors are expected to rest on...
WGN NewsAfter four weeks of testimony, and 33 witnesses, prosecutors in the Drew Peterson murder trial will wrap up their case on Monday. In court today, prosecutors had been expected to rest their case, but as it has happened many times before during this...
firstname.lastname@example.orgFrom her kitchen, the Cape Cod-style apartment a short distance away appeared very dark and peaceful to Elizabeth K. Devonshire in the early morning of June 6, 2010. There wasn’t even a crack between the neatly pulled curtains of the home that...
The man charged with the murder Monday of a bail bondswoman in Columbia was denied bail Thursday, prosecutors said. A Howard County District Court judge ordered Dominique Davon McDonald, 21, held without bail after a deputy state's attorney argued he...
Tags: Unrest, Conflicts and War, McDonald's, Firearms, Crimes, Lawyers
Los Angeles TimesThe largest wireless carriers are banding together with regulators and law enforcment officials to launch an effort to make stolen cellphones and other mobile devices as useless as an empty wallet. The goal is to cut down on increasing thefts of...
Sprint Nextel Corp. is being sued for $300 million by New York Atty. Gen. Eric T. Schneiderman, who is accusing the wireless carrier of tax fraud. Schneiderman called Thursday’s suit – which alleges, based on a whistle-blower’s tip,...
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CNNMoneyNew York's attorney general filed a tax fraud lawsuit against Sprint Nextel on Thursday, accusing the wireless carrier of intentionally underpaying sales tax in the state for seven years. Starting in 2005, Sprint stopped collecting and paying New York...
Tags: Taxation, Trials, Companies and Corporations, Lawyers, Laws
One of the unanswered questions for U.S. wireless carriers is whether the iPhone is a blessing or a curse. Sprint Nextel Corp. was the latest major service provider to struggle under the weight of providing the iPhone, which it began selling during the...
TechnologyJoining the growing parade of class-action lawsuits against cellphone software company Carrier IQ Inc., suits have been filed by a group of five California plaintiffs alleging that the Mountain View, Calif., company and affiliated wireless carriers and...
TechnologyTwo weeks after the Carrier IQ dust storm, in which an unknown California company was found to have data collections software embedded on tens of millions of smartphones, one of the company's main allies is taking a step back....
Reuters/KTLA NewsNEW YORK -- Talks over potential asset sales as part of AT&T's efforts to get approval of its $39 billion purchase of T-Mobile USA have gone cold, according to reports Sunday. Although AT&T could still try to fight the Department of Justice in court,...
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