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  • Jury hears closing arguments in third trial for felon accused in 2010 Circle K clerk murders

    The first jury in 2012 decided Darnell Razz was one of the two masked robbers who gunned down two Greenacres convenience store employees during a $71 robbery. After a state appellate court tossed the murder convictions, another jury in February couldn't...
  • Judge rejects mistrial in Indianapolis house explosion case

    An Indiana judge denied on Thursday a defense request for a mistrial in the case of a man accused of planning a deadly Indianapolis house explosion, saying he didn't find any wrongdoing by prosecutors. St. Joseph Superior Court Judge John Marnocha...
  • Law & Order

    Law & Order
    Hobart man draws second contempt citation A Hobart man whose six-month sentence for contempt was lifted earlier this month found himself facing another contempt citation for his courtroom behavior on Thursday. Lake Superior Court Judge Clarence Murray...
  • Dustin Diamond, Screech from 'Saved by the Bell,' gets 4 months in jail for bar brawl

    Dustin Diamond, Screech from 'Saved by the Bell,' gets 4 months in jail for bar brawl
    Dustin Diamond — who played Screech, the awkward but lovable anti-heartthrob in the 1990s sitcom "Saved by the Bell" — has been sentenced to four months in jail for a Wisconsin bar fight during which he stabbed a man. The judge also...
  • Judge might allow audio only during Chicago cop's trial

    A Cook County judge says she might allow only audio coverage — but no cameras — in court during the trial of a Chicago police commander accused of placing a gun down a suspect's throat. Judge Diane Cannon on Thursday also set a trial date...
  • Judge says ex-NFL star's co-defendant should get more info

    A co-defendant of former NFL star Darren Sharper in a federal drug and sexual assault case is entitled to more information about witnesses and specific allegations being made by prosecutors who claim there was an attempt to keep witnesses from...
  • Westminster man pleads guilty in federal court to mail fraud scheme

    Westminster man pleads guilty in federal court to mail fraud scheme
    A former Westminster resident accused of stealing almost $2 million from clients pleaded guilty in federal court to mail fraud Wednesday. Jasper Buck, 59, of Florida, faces 63 months in prison if the court accepts the plea agreement, according to a news...
  • AP News in Brief at 5:58 p.m. EDT

    The Latest: US attorney says Tsarnaev's statement more noteworthy for what he didn't say The latest on the formal sentencing of Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev (all times local): ___ 4:25 p.m. U.S. Attorney Carmen Ortiz says the Boston...
  • Jury awards $24 million to widower in fatal cabana crash

    Jury awards $24 million to widower in fatal cabana crash
    A man whose pregnant wife was killed when a drunken driver plowed into a cabana at a Fort Lauderdale hotel was awarded millions of dollars Tuesday. A Broward Circuit Court jury awarded Michael DeMella $24 million and assigned 15 percent liability...
  • 'I am sorry,' Dzhokhar Tsarnaev tells Boston Marathon victims at his sentencing

    'I am sorry,' Dzhokhar Tsarnaev tells Boston Marathon victims at his sentencing
    In a thick Russian accent — with his head bowed and body shaking — the man who appeared cold and emotionless throughout his trial for bombing the Boston Marathon two years ago stood in federal court Wednesday and apologized for detonating...
  • Video voyeurism case before Mississippi Supreme Court

    A former Mississippi minister secretly videotaped women taking showers at his home and later transferred the video to a computer in violation of the law, prosecutors argued Monday before the Mississippi Supreme Court. But an attorney for Samuel Allen...