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This post has been updated. See below for details.HUNTSVILLE, Texas -- A Texas district judge on Tuesday postponed the execution of a female inmate hours before she would have been the first woman put to death in the United States in more than two years. Kimberly McCarthy, 51, was scheduled to be...
Tags: Criminals, Punishment, Hudson River, Justice System, Murder
L.A. NOWDeliberations resumed Wednesday in the Bell corruption trial, marking the 13th day of discussions regarding the bloated salaries of six former council members accused of inflating their pay by serving on boards and agencies that rarely met. The panel did....
FT. MEADE, Md. -- An alleged top Al Qaeda lieutenant charged with four other defendants in the Sept. 11 conspiracy angrily lashed out Monday against the military tribunal system, saying the process had zapped any desire for “us to come to court&...
A judge is expected to rule this week on whether to move the trial of two high school football players charged with raping a drunk and unconscious girl as classmates tweeted comments and shared pictures of the incident. The case has drawn national...
Tags: Rape, Justice System, Phil McGraw, Prosecution, Sex Crimes
The federal government for the first time has used its hate crime laws to bring charges against five people who allegedly imprisoned mentally disabled people in subhuman conditions as part of a scheme to steal their Social Security benefits. In the...
L.A. NOWAn attorney for Carlos Bustamante has asked the Orange County district attorney’s office to recuse itself from the sexual assault and battery case against the former councilman and county executive because of a conflict of interest and bias,...
L.A. NOWTeresa Jacobo on Thursday became the first defendant to take the stand in the corruption case of six Bell council members accused of raiding the city treasury by drawing extraordinary salaries. Slightly built and not quite 5 feet tall, Jacobo......
L.A. NOWActing as a team, defense attorneys for six former Bell council members on Tuesday pooled their individual time to question potential jurors in the sweeping corruption case. The former city leaders are charged with paying themselves extravagant salaries...
L.A. NOWFifty more people were expected to be added Wednesday to the pool of potential jurors for the trial of six former Bell city leaders charged with raiding the treasury in the small, working-class town....
L.A. NOWBefore adjourning Monday, jurors in the corruption case of six former Bell City Council members again asked to have testimony read back to them, an indication that they are still trying to decide if the high salaries the elected officials......
L.A. NOWDee Francis, 63, and Rosalinda Rodriguez Landon, 67, were both sentenced after they pleaded guilty in court last week to felony counts including conspiracy, grand theft and insurance fraud, according to a statement from the Orange County district...
This post has been updated. See the note below for details.NAIROBI, Kenya -- The International Criminal Court's prosecutor dropped charges of crimes against humanity against a fellow defendant of Kenya's president-elect Monday, raising questions about whether the case against Uhuru Kenyatta will hold up as he...
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