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Trials and Arbitration

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  • Colorado theater massacre trial can be televised, judge rules

    The trial of the man accused of shooting and killing 12 people and injuring dozens more in a packed Colorado movie theater can be televised on a closed-circuit feed, a state judge ruled Tuesday. But strict regulations accompany the ruling. District...
  • Marijuana possession now a fine, but prosecutors see complications

    Marijuana possession now a fine, but prosecutors see complications
    Starting Wednesday, you can no longer be arrested in Maryland for possessing a small amount of marijuana. But how the rest of that interaction with police plays out might depend on what jurisdiction you're in. Lawmakers did not legalize marijuana, but...
  • Tanaka's low-profile campaign has L.A. County sheriff's race in limbo

    Tanaka's low-profile campaign has L.A. County sheriff's race in limbo
    After squeaking into the runoff election for Los Angeles County sheriff, Paul Tanaka posted a message on his website. He had been trounced by Long Beach Police Chief Jim McDonnell, but his hopes of leading the department where he spent 31 years were...
  • Facebook post hints at a motive for fire at FAA radar center

    Facebook post hints at a motive for fire at FAA radar center
    Brian Howard has spent much of his adult life below the surface. After high school, he spent three years as a machinist mate on a nuclear submarine in the Pacific. For the past eight years, he has worked as a telecommunications specialist in the...
  • Man allegedly held hostage and later shot by deputy testifies

    Man allegedly held hostage and later shot by deputy testifies
    A man allegedly held hostage at knifepoint by his roommate told a judge Tuesday that he was clutching a stab wound on his neck when he rushed out of his West Hollywood apartment and was shot by a Los Angeles County sheriff's deputy. Liam Mulligan was...
  • No. Dressing up marijuana as medicine doesn't cut it

    The relationship between a doctor and a patient is a sacred trust and a legal bond. One of the most common treatments that doctors provide to patients is to prescribe medications. When writing a prescription, the doctor stipulates a specific medication,...
  • Judge accepts guilty plea in U.S. embassy bombing case

    NEW YORK (Reuters) - A U.S. judge on Tuesday accepted the guilty plea of an Egyptian man charged in connection with the deadly 1998 bombings of two U.S. embassies in Africa, 10 days after expressing concern that prosecutors had given him too lenient a...
  • Florida loud music shooting not accidental, shooter testifies

    Florida loud music shooting not accidental, shooter testifies
    JACKSONVILLE Fla. (Reuters) - A middle-aged white man on trial for murder in the shooting death of a black teenager during a dispute about loud music told a Florida jury on Tuesday he thought his life was in danger and showed little remorse as he...
  • Texas woman sentenced to 60 years in 'black widow' murder case

    FORT WORTH Texas (Reuters) - A Texas woman dubbed a "black widow" was sentenced on Tuesday to 60 years in prison after her conviction on murder and evidence tampering in the shooting death of her husband in what prosecutors said was a plot to collect...
  • Attorney General confirmations are often partisan clashes

    WASHINGTON President Barack Obama hasn't named a replacement for outgoing Attorney General Eric H. Holder Jr., but that future nominee can count on a contentious Senate confirmation process, whether it happens in the November lame-duck session or next...
  • Tracy Morgan: 'I Can't Believe Walmart is Blaming Me' for Accident Injuries

    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 court I felt I had to speak...