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  • Relatives of Joliet double murder victims confident in state's case

    Relatives of Joliet double murder victims confident in state's case
    Relatives of two Joliet men strangled in 2013 left the Will County courthouse today hopeful a judge would deliver a guilty verdict for the second time in two months. Testimony and closing arguments wrapped up today in the weeklong trial of Joshua Miner....
  • Baltimore officer charged with assaulting his wife and her boyfriend

    Baltimore officer charged with assaulting his wife and her boyfriend
    A Baltimore police officer has been charged with felony assault after allegedly storming into his wife's boyfriend's home in full uniform Monday morning and dragging her out of bed, pointed his service weapon in her face and threatened to kill her. After...
  • Margate police officer accused of threatening boss faces discipline, trial

    Margate police officer accused of threatening boss faces discipline, trial
    The death threat seemed so real that a seasoned police sergeant became "hysterical" and "terrified," walked around her house with her gun in her hand, and had her house checked on dozens of times by law enforcement, according to an administrative...
  • Murder charges dropped over California prosecutor's tryst with criminalist

    LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - A California district attorney said on Tuesday he would drop murder charges against the husband and brother-in-law of a woman killed in 1989 after learning the lead prosecutor in the case had an affair with a criminalist who...
  • Man guilty of stealing cash from Naperville adoption agency

    Man guilty of stealing cash from Naperville adoption agency
    The former head of a Naperville adoption agency was found guilty Tuesday of using tens of thousands of dollars intended to help foster children for his personal benefit. DuPage County Judge George Bakalis ruled that Robert Geniesse was guilty of theft...
  • U.S. charges four with stealing $100 million in software, data

    U.S. charges four with stealing $100 million in software, data
    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Four members of an alleged international computer hacking ring were charged with stealing more than $100 million worth of software and data - some of it used to train military pilots and some related to Microsoft Corp's Xbox...
  • Tracy Morgan: 'I Can't Believe Walmart is Blaming Me' for Accident Injuries

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - Tracy Morgan has spoken out against Walmart after the company said the comedian should have been wearing a seat belt during the accident that left him severely injured and killed his friend. "After I heard what Walmart said in...
  • Obama struggles to set his racial legacy

    — Attorney General Eric Holder's resignation is bad news for President Barack Obama's racial justice legacy. Obama has done little to address race during his presidency, beyond the actions of his Justice Department. With Holder's exit, that track...
  • Murder charges dropped after prosecutor's affair with criminalist

    Murder charges dropped after prosecutor's affair with criminalist
    A man accused of killing his wife in 1989 with the help of his brother won dismissal of murder charges Tuesday because the prosecutor assigned to the cold case had an “an improper and undisclosed relationship with the criminalist” who...
  • Social Worker Pleads Guilty To Taking Advantage Of Patient Sexually

    Social Worker Pleads Guilty To Taking Advantage Of Patient Sexually
    ENFIELD - A former social worker for Community Health Resources pled guilty in an Enfield courtroom Tuesday to using his position to manipulate an emotionally vulnerable female client into a sexual relationship. Daniel McLaughlin, 44, of Springfield,...
  • Inmate convicted of police killing to speak at Vermont graduation

    PHILADELPHIA (Reuters) - A former death row inmate, now serving a life sentence for the murder of a Philadelphia police officer in 1981, will deliver a graduation speech at a liberal arts college in Vermont at the request of students there. At a Oct. 5...