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For 13 years, the family of Alma Chavez clung to dwindling hopes that law enforcement would catch up to the man accused of killing the soft-spoken nursing student. Chavez's ex-boyfriend, Raul Andrade Tolentino, was out on bail facing murder charges...
L.A. NOWLindsay Lohan's new attorney asked a judge for mercy and compassion Friday as the actress faces criminal charges that she lied about not driving a Porsche that crashed into a truck on Pacific Coast Highway. But Los Angeles County Superior......
L.A. NOWA man suspected in a shooting on the Las Vegas Strip that left three people dead is scheduled to appear in a downtown Los Angeles courtroom Monday for an extradition proceeding. He was arrested Thursday at a Studio City apartment......
Imperial Valley Press Staff WriterHOLTVILLE — Every time Ilario Castro calls his son’s name, he remembers his best friend Erik Silva, who was buried the same day his son was born 10 years ago. Marine Cpl. Erik Silva, 22, died April 3, 2003, while serving in Operation Iraqi...
When jurors decided last week that two retired police officers should pay $7 million for framing a mentally challenged Broward teen for a murder that sent him to prison for close to 26 years, it set off a strong response. Dozens of Sun Sentinel readers...
Tags: Litigation, Punishment, Trials, Broward County, Fort Lauderdale
South Bend TribuneSOUTH BEND – A progressive public policy and research organization on Wednesday called on the state's two U.S. senators, Democrat Joe Donnelly and Republican Dan Coats, to support "common sense" reforms aimed at curbing gun violence in America,...
KAUFMAN, Texas — The fatal shooting of a north Texas district attorney and his wife, just two months after an assistant district attorney was gunned down near the local courthouse, could have a chilling effect on recruiting future prosecutors,...
Tags: Politics, Executive Branch, Shootings, Lawyers, Government
A police inquiry that put a mentally challenged 15-year-old in prison for more than 25 years was "shoddy, incomplete [and] not an objective investigation," an expert on law enforcement procedures told jurors Tuesday in the civil lawsuit filed on behalf of...
For some criminal defense attorneys and journalists, the quest to find and exonerate an inmate wrongly convicted of murder is the white whale of their profession — endlessly pursued with a passion that borders on zeal. In his deeply reported and...
It's a miracle "Reality" works at all. Tales of ordinary people consumed by fame-mongering desires (in this case, the dream of joining the cast of "Grande Fratello," the Italian version of "Big Brother") have grown as common as reality TV itself. But...
The young inmates in a Los Angeles County juvenile detention facility are an ocean apart from the most powerful man in the world's largest church. But this week, they were linked in an Easter Week rite of healing and humility 2 millennia old. Pope...
CALEXICO - A 38-year-old Mexican citizen wanted by the California Highway Patrol in Riverside in connection with a homicide was arrested at the Calexico East Port of Entry on Sunday. Pablo Gutierrez Ceja, of Los Angeles, was detained about 6 p.m. after a...
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