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A trucker convicted of killing a motorist on Interstate 78 after allegedly falling asleep at the wheel will serve five years of probation under a plea agreement that a Northampton County judge said Tuesday he considered rejecting. Alexandro L. Morales,...
Tags: Trials, Prosecution, Justice System, Judges, Punishment
PHILADELPHIA — The attorney for a Philadelphia doctor accused of killing four infants during late-term abortions wrapped up his defense on Monday, arguing that prosecutors hyped the case for publicity and denying his client's clinic was a "house...
Tags: Civil Rights, Justice and Rights, Trials, Abortion, Prosecution
A car hurtled off the highway, fatally struck a pedestrian and overturned in front of City Hall and scores of downtown witnesses. A day later, police said the driver had walked free without charges. Despite anger and outrage from those who knew Matt...
Less than two months into his first term, state Rep. Scott Drury introduced two bills he hoped would address a persistent failure of the state's justice system — wrongful convictions. Drury, a former federal prosecutor, represents part of Lake...
Tags: Trials, Prosecution, Kwame Raoul, Barack Obama, Justice System
email@example.comSandra Volneck has faced many challenges over the years, but the hardest thing she ever had to do was look at her 15-year-old daughter’s battered, lifeless body before closing the casket and burying her. “I wouldn’t wish that on nobody....
Unbeknownst to most law-abiding citizens, Pennsylvania has had no criminal laws for the past 45 years. Shocked? A number of inmates say it's so. In appeals now popular in Northampton County, state prisoners insist they have found the keys to their...
When Rex Davis, Newport News' Clerk of Circuit Court, learned Friday morning that David W. Boyce had just been released on bond, an idea came to him while he was walking past an office computer. The Newport News court system imposes court costs on those...
While debate continues in Springfield over when police should have to record interrogations, prosecutors and groups that battle wrongful convictions agree the 2003 law mandating the recording of homicide interrogations has been a success. Advocates for...
Tags: Prosecution, Lincolnshire, Laws, Murder, Justice System
“Hooray to the BOE for moving their offices to the Allegheny Power building. It just makes sense.” — Fairplay “I’ve noticed, with taxpayers’ money, of course, these new positions being formed, old positions being...
Illinois would allow audio and video recordings of police interrogations in all felony cases to be used in court under a proposal the Senate passed Thursday to expand current law that requires taping in murder cases. The recordings would not be required...
Tags: Prosecution, Evanston, Justice System, Politics, Barack Obama
Richard Porter, 17, said he's seen Chicago police officers stop and frisk so many people in his neighborhood that when a squad car rolls up, he and his friends automatically "assume the position." Martrell Harris, 16, said his only encounter with the...
A Bunker Hill, W.Va., man is expected to be sentenced to life in prison next month after a jury found Wednesday that he was previously convicted of two felonies before he was convicted of child abuse in February. Nathan Allen Snyder, 29, is scheduled to...
Tags: Prosecution, Trials, Justice System, Judges, Punishment
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