The bombings in New York City and New Jersey injured 29 people on Saturday. The suspect, Ahmad Khan Rahami, was charged with using weapons of mass destruction.
Suspected bomber Ahmad Khan Rahami lived in New Jersey and worked at his family’s fried chicken restaurant. A lawsuit filed by the family had alleged anti-Muslim discrimination by neighbors and local police.
Lawyers for the accused Charleston shooter responded to the prosecutors motion to limit his use of a “mercy” defense at trial.
Police in a small town in California have yet to release details, but told local media that high school football hazing case is “very serious” and will likely shock the entire town.
Dassey’s conviction was overturned last month, but he is still in jail due to an appeal by prosecutors in his case. His lawyers argue that their client deserves to be released while the appeal is decided.
Woman pictured in viral police photos gets the maximum sentence for crimes related to alleged heroin overdose in a car with a child present.
This is the third such case reported this week where adults allegedly overdosed with a child in the car.
The victim claims school officials in Tennessee turned a blind eye to a culture of violent hazing that preceded his assault.
Attorneys for the accused Charleston church shooter argue that forcing potential jurors to say they would impose the death penalty violates their religious freedoms.
Twenty-one-year-old Brittany Banscher will go on trial in November for charges that she sold heroin that the led to a person’s death.
“We feel it necessary to show the other side of this horrible drug,” police said. WARNING: This image may be considered disturbing to some readers.
Mamadou Diallo was facing assault charges after fatally striking his wife’s attacker with a tire iron. The DA says she will not prosecute the case.
In documents filed this week, prosecutors argue that lawyers for Roof, the accused Charleston church shooter, not be able to instruct jurors that they are never required to impose a death sentence.
In a new push for harsher sentences for opioid dealers, Brittany Banscher faces life in prison for selling drugs that caused a person’s death.
The South Carolina court has begun jury selection in the federal death penalty trial of Charleston church shooter Dylann Roof.
Michael Bassier, who sold more than $130,000 worth of guns to an undercover police officer, admitted on a wiretap that it was “completely illegal,” prosecutors said.
The bill aims to stop police from taking assets and profiting from suspected criminals before a criminal conviction is obtained.
The new bill carries heavier sentences for individuals convicted of transporting guns illegally across state lines.
Wisconsin’s attorney general also said Monday that he will not release video of the shooting of 23-year-old Sylville Smith until the investigation is closed.