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The suspect in the killing of a home-invasion witness — whose case sparked scandal in the Orange County Corrections Department — was recently transferred to the Seminole County jail. Orange County spokesman Steve Triggs said "no incident...
Davie police officer Stephen Olenchak was found guilty of sexual battery Friday, four years after being arrested and charged with drugging a young family member before sexually assaulting her, with his wife and 4-year-old son asleep nearby in the same...
Caught with a couple of joints he didn't get the chance to light up, Eric Staton was ordered to appear before a Baltimore judge. Two weeks later, in a basement courtroom on North Avenue, prosecutors said they would drop the possession charge if Staton...
Daily American Staff WriterThe Somerset County Courthouse is a microcosm of the community that flows by its doors everyday. Within the same week there can be a wedding performed, an adoption finalized, a lawsuit filed, a passport picture snapped, a juror picked for trial, a...
A Martinsburg man is accused of shoving a 10-year-old boy against a wall last month, breaking the child’s collarbone, according to Berkeley County Magistrate Court documents. Michael Dewayne Snow, 39, of 214 Stewart Ave., was arraigned Thursday...
A former bookie was sentenced Thursday to two years in federal prison for his role in a scheme to bribe basketball players at the University of San Diego. Richard Francis Garmo, 43, of El Cajon, was the eighth and last defendant to be sentenced in San...
Tags: San Diego Toreros, Bribery, Punishment, Trials, Corporate Crime
MEXICO CITY — On the first day of trial, a witness named Bernardo Bernal recounted how, as a 9-year-old in the spring of 1983, he hid in a stream and watched Guatemalan soldiers kill his parents and two younger brothers. On the second day of...
Harford County's top prosecutor said Wednesday that he does not have enough evidence to show that Alexander Kinyua is criminally responsible for killing a family friend and eating his organs last year. A state psychiatric hospital previously found that...
firstname.lastname@example.orgA medical practice was evacuated Wednesday after Martinsburg police said a 70-year-old Inwood, W.Va., man became angry and pointed a gun at an employee upon being told he would need to change his clothes for an X-ray, according to Berkeley County...
WASHINGTON -- From Tom Paine's "Common Sense" to Harriet Beecher Stowe's "Uncle Tom's Cabin" to Martin Luther King's "Letter from Birmingham Jail," American history is replete with examples of printed words accelerating social justice. Still, from...
Special to the TribuneA Lake County judge today denied a motion to reconsider the 61 year sentence he imposed last month on a woman convicted in February of the 2003 sledgehammer attack of her ex-husband and his wife in their Lincolnshire home. The sentence was more than...
Tags: Judges, Murder, Lawyers, Punishment, Crime, Law and Justice
Chicago TribuneA Cook County judge today threw out the conviction of a man whose charges were based largely on the testimony of a Schaumburg police officer who was later indicted for an alleged drug conspiracy. Prosecutors have dismissed about 20 pending cases...
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