It’s perfect. (Mild spoilers.)
It’s perfect. (Mild spoilers.)
Oscar Pistorius, who is on trial for allegedly murdering his girlfriend, suffers from “increased stress.” South African prosecutors called for the athlete to be placed under observation.
It was the first trial to stem from the massive fraud after Madoff himself pleaded guilty, sparing himself a lengthy courtroom drama.
A total of 20 journalists have been accused of joining or aiding a terrorist organization and spreading false news in the country.
The trial for accused Aurora, Colo., theater shooter James Holmes is scheduled to begin Oct. 14.
The trial for accused Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev is scheduled to begin Nov. 3.
Attorney Cory Strolla, lawyer for Michael Dunn, the man charged with the murder of 17-year-old Jordan Davis, quoted Davis using the “n-word” and “f-word” toward Dunn the night he was killed in his opening statement.
Devyani Khobragade, the Indian diplomat whose arrest strained US-India relations, was indicted by a grand jury in New York. Updated: She has been asked to leave the US after India denied a request to waiver her immunity.
A New Orleans judge overturned convictions and granted a new trial to five former police officers charged with killing two and injuring four in the Danziger Bridge shootings of 2005.
For the first time since his arrest, ex-NFL star Aaron Hernandez spoke in court today, repeating the words “not guilty” six times.
Who knew that a disgraced politician whose wife murdered a businessman could still be the most beloved official in China? Last night, Bo’s trial opened in what is billed as China’s most public official scandal of the decade.
Accused mobster Jim “Whitey” Bulger announced today in court he will not testify on his behalf in racketeering and murder trial.
Lawyers for James ‘‘Whitey’’ Bulger released photos of the infamous mobster hanging out with parrots, a goat, and relaxing at the beach as part of his defense.
UPDATE: Police believe Rakes was poisoned. Stephen “Stippo” Rakes, who wanted to testify against reputed mob boss Jim “Whitey” Bulger, was found dead in Lincoln, Mass. in July.
Well, this is one way you can get court adjourned for the day if you’re the notorious accused murderer Whitey Bulger.
The trial of James “Whitey” Bulger, 83, is just one day old and it already has a little of everything.
The Florida man is accused of fatally shooting unarmed 17-year-old Trayvon Martin in 2012. Martin’s family issued a statement asking for the community to remain peaceful.
A doctor who performed an autopsy on Jackson’s body said he really did have vitiligo, the disease that causes irregularities in skin pigmentation. He also had tattoos all over his face.
“I am happy the Supreme Court has seen the faults in the acquittal and I trust the next trial will be fair and balanced,” said Francesco Maresca, a lawyer representing the Kercher family.
A Moscow judge has sentenced each of the three members of the punk activist collective to two years in prison. The official charges are “hooliganism” following a stunt in which the three members performed an anti-Putin song in a Russian Orthodox church.
Pussy Riot is an activist organization currently on trial in Russia for offending both church and Putin. Here’s a primer to get you up to speed.
Chilling police video of George Zimmerman returning to the scene of the crime. The video was recorded the day after Zimmerman fatally shot Trayvon Martin and released this morning by Zimmerman’s defense team.
I’ve officially seen it all.
“If I want to find the person who should be held accountable for my sins, honestly I don’t have to go any farther than the mirror.” He only chokes up when addressing the child he had with Rielle Hunter.
America’s sweetheart bought a new computer! Cue the cries of “baby killer” mingled with the cries of “I’d tap that.”
Amanda Knox, following the lengthy appeal in an Italian court of her conviction for the murder of Meredith Kercher, had the conviction overturned. View List ›
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The ousted Egyptian president, at 83-years-old and in ill health, was rolled into a Cairo courtroom on a hospital bed. Mubarak is on trial for killing hundreds of protesters during the popular uprising that removed him from his decades-long rule. He unsurprisingly plead “not guilty.” View List ›
A roving reporter visits Cirque Eloize in Boston and lets a trial bike rider use him for some stunt work. I wouldn’t. Watch Video ›
The disgraced former governor of Illinois has been found guilty of 17 charges in his corruption trial, including for attempting to sell President Obama’s vacated Senate seat. Next will come the sentencing hearing, where Blagojevich—on paper—faces up to 300 years in prison. Experts believe he will likely receive around 10 years. View List ›