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  • Despite claim neck marks were hickeys, man guilty of domestic abuse

    Despite claim neck marks were hickeys, man guilty of domestic abuse
    A Crystal Lake man who was accused of attacking his girlfriend after she told him she wanted to leave the relationship with their 5-month-old son was found guilty Thursday of aggravated domestic battery with strangulation and possession of drug...
  • Tsarnaev lawyers ask again to move trial outside Boston

    Lawyers for Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev are making a third push to move his trial outside Massachusetts, citing a large number of prospective jurors who already believe he's guilty and the personal connections many have to the...
  • Justices Dismiss Law Tribune's Appeal Of Ruling That Barred News Story

    HARTFORD — The state Supreme Court will not weigh in on a dispute over whether the Connecticut Law Tribune should have been barred from publishing a story about a child protection case. The state's highest court was asked for its opinion after...
  • Boston Marathon bombing suspect's lawyers make 3rd push to move trial outside Massachusetts

    Lawyers for Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev are making a third push to move his trial outside Massachusetts, citing a large number of prospective jurors who already believe he's guilty and the personal connections many have to the...
  • Discrimination is discrimination even if it's not intentional

    In an ideal America, it might be appropriate for the law to concern itself only with racial discrimination that is overt, conscious and deliberate. In the real America of entrenched racial inequality, Congress and the courts rightly have recognized that...
  • Ohio man pleads not guilty to charges in Capitol terror plot

    A man accused of plotting to attack the U.S. Capitol and kill federal officials and workers there pleaded not guilty Thursday to all the charges against him. Christopher Lee Cornell, of the Cincinnati suburb of Green Township, entered the pleas during...
  • Family of James McNair, comedian killed in Tracy Morgan crash, settles claim with Wal-Mart

    The family of a comedian killed in a New Jersey Turnpike crash that seriously injured Tracy Morgan last summer has settled a wrongful-death claim with Wal-Mart. The out-of-court settlement between Wal-Mart Stores Inc. and the estate of James McNair is...
  • Lawyer: Aaron Hernandez Football Career Affecting Pace Of Jury Selection

    FALL RIVER, Mass. -- The court-appointed lawyer for one of the Bristol men charged as an accomplice to Aaron Hernandez said Thursday that Hernandez's former professional football career is having an effect on his murder trial, as jury selection in the...
  • Police: Necklace stolen from accident scene where four teens died

    Police: Necklace stolen from accident scene where four teens died
    The silver and ruby necklace hung at a roadside memorial in Carbon County along with other tributes to the four teens who died in a fiery wreck last month. But in the days after the memorial was created on Dairy Road in Lower Towamensing Township by...
  • Sons of Egypt's Mubarak to be released on bail pending retrial in corruption case

    The two sons of ousted Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak were ordered released on bail Thursday pending a retrial in the last case that was keeping them behind bars, paving the way for their release for the first time since they were incarcerated in the...
  • South Florida brothers' terrorism, attempted murder trial set for June

    South Florida brothers' terrorism, attempted murder trial set for June
    Two Broward County brothers accused of planning a terrorist attack in New York City and assaulting two deputy U.S. Marshals while in custody are scheduled to go to trial June 1. U.S. District Judge Beth Bloom set the trial date after Sheheryar Alam Qazi,...