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Trials and Arbitration

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  • Prosecutors: Evidence supports ex-Va. gov's convictions

    The actions taken by former Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell in his public corruption case were in some ways more blatant than those of a former congressman who hid nearly $100,000 in bribe money in his freezer, federal prosecutors said Thursday....
  • Maximum sentence in fatal Freddie's Bar brawl

    Maximum sentence in fatal Freddie's Bar brawl
    The 16-year-old daughter of an Allentown man who was beaten to death outside a Hamilton Street bar in 2013 bolted from a Lehigh County courtroom in tears Thursday as her father's killer was sentenced. Lexi Bentley was about to tell Judge Maria L....
  • Records: Mom forced daughter to put dead sister in freezer

    DETROIT Before Stephen Berry and Stoni Blair's frozen bodies were discovered in a deep freezer at their Detroit apartment, the siblings suffered horrific abuse at the hands of their mother, a court document filed Thursday alleges. So did their...
  • College athletes routinely sign away rights to be paid for names, images

     College athletes routinely sign away rights to be paid for names, images
    The monetary value of a college athlete's name, image and likeness is being hashed out in court, but many universities have already arrived at a figure: zero. Colleges from the Big Ten to the Mid-American Conference ask or require athletes to sign...
  • Case continued for Virginia student in bloody arrest

    In a show of solidarity, supporters crowded into a courtroom Thursday as a University of Virginia student made his first court appearance after a bloody arrest outside a bar that sparked a police investigation. The case against Martese Johnson was...
  • Recording: Woman, ex-Clippers owner discussed hiding gifts

    The woman whose recording of Donald Sterling cost him the Los Angeles Clippers was forced Thursday to answer questions about recordings in which she and the billionaire discussed how to hide a house he bought her. Several of the 500 recordings V....
  • US agency abandoning Nevada mustang roundup for now

    The federal government has abandoned plans — at least for now — to round up more than 300 wild horses in northern Nevada after a U.S. judge temporarily blocked the effort last month for fear of harm to the mustangs. The agency won't move...
  • Man found guilty of Carnation murders in Washington state

    SEATTLE The same jurors who concluded Joseph McEnroe killed six members of a family in Carnation will now decide if he should live or die. The King County jury on Wednesday found McEnroe guilty of six counts of first-degree aggravated murder in the fatal...
  • Schlumberger Ltd. to pay $232M in sanctions violations case

    The world's largest oil services company, Schlumberger Ltd., has agreed to a penalty of more than $232 million and one of its subsidiaries will plead guilty to trade sanctions violations, the Justice Department announced Wednesday. The criminal case...
  • Donald Sterling's wife battles in court with V. Stiviano over gifts

    Donald Sterling's wife battles in court with V. Stiviano over gifts
    Former Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling had no right to spend millions of dollars to give luxury cars, a duplex and other gifts to his alleged mistress, V. Stiviano, an attorney for Sterling's wife told a Los Angeles County judge Wednesday. The...
  • 3rd murder trial begins for man accused of hurling daughter from cliff

    3rd murder trial begins for man accused of hurling daughter from cliff
    For the third time, trial has begun for a father accused of leading his daughter on what prosecutors say was a "dangerous hike" in Rancho Palos Verdes 15 years ago and flinging her off a steep, jagged cliff into the ocean. Two previous juries deadlocked...