Former Penn State President Graham B. Spanier has become the latest and highest ranking former university official to be charged in the scandal involving child molestation by former coach Jerry Sandusky.
Drayton Witt was convicted 10 years ago of murdering his 4-month-old infant son, Steven, by shaking him to death. His conviction was thrown out last spring after years of appeals that called into question the science behind it.
John Stuart is suing members of the police in Arizona court for violating his Rights and failing in their duties to the point of perjury and manufacturing evidence against him. And stopping the AG and Co. Attorney from defending them.
In this TV special John Stossel asks, “Is everything illegal in America?” From kids’ lemonade stands to food cooperatives to filming in public, what CAN we do in America without breaking the law? And when police infringe upon your rights, why are TH
Lawyers for two black men wrongly convicted in the 1977 murder of a retired white Iowa police officer told jurors in a civil trial Thursday that investigators coerced witnesses into fabricating testimony.
"Millennium bomber" Ahmed Ressam, whose original 22-year prison term was deemed too lenient by an appeals court, was re-sentenced to 37 years behind bars for a foiled New Year's Eve 1999 plot to set off explosives at Los Angeles International Airport
A dispute over whether a defendant must be present during a military tribunal brought proceedings to a halt in the case of a Guantanamo prisoner accused in the attack on the Navy destroyer the USS Cole.
A U.S. military war tribunal is weighing a question: How long has the United States been at war? The question is more than academic for Abd al-Rahim al-Nashiri, whose appearing before the tribunal at Guantanamo, to seek the dismissal of war crimes ch
7 prominent Italian earthquake experts were convicted of manslaughter and sentenced to 6 years in prison for failing to give adequate warning to the residents of a seismically active area in the months preceding an earthquake that killed more than 30
A defense lawyer in the 9/11 war crimes tribunal at Guantánamo said the former chief prosecutor for military commissions refused at least 25 times to answer his questions about whether there had been any improper influence from senior Defense Departm
"There's no question about the fact that this is a victory for the defense," he said Friday morning. "It was really our only goal when we started the representation. The kidnapping charge itself was such a heavy charge. That was the one that subjecte
Victor presented no defense witnesses at trial. He predicted the jury would convict Johnson on the custodial interference charge because she violated a judge's custody order. But he argued prosecutors otherwise failed to prove his client's guilt.
Would you dial up a known criminal, like a murderer or rapist, to come help you after you've been the victim of a crime? No? Then why in the world would you call the police after you've been assaulted, robbed or otherwise violated?
An Army appeals court ruled the Fort Hood shooting suspect can have his beard forcibly shaved off before his murder trial. The U.S. Army Court of Criminal Appeals upheld the military trial judge's decision to order Maj. Nidal Hasan to
After 3 years in prison, Expect Elizabeth Johnson to be released. Attorney Marc Victor convinced the jury that the prosecution over charged the case and that the charge of Kidnapping was impossible to impose due to elements of the case
Today is Monday, October 15, 2012, and marks the formal online convening of the five sworn judges of our Court, from Canada, the United States and Belgium. They are joined by fifty eight sworn citizen jurors from Canada, the USA, Ireland, England...
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