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  • Guilford Violin Dealer Kept Stringing Consignors Along Without Paying

    Guilford Violin Dealer Kept Stringing Consignors Along Without Paying
    NEW HAVEN — For years, Charles Magby Jr. has worked with some of the finest, high-end stringed instruments ever made, repairing, restoring and selling violins, violas and cellos for customers throughout the world. So when Magby, owner of C. H....
  • Fugitive's dad tells why he thinks son fled in Facebook case

    A fugitive facing charges he falsely claimed he's owed a majority ownership in Facebook fled after complaining he was being treated unfairly in courts, his father said Tuesday. Carmine Ceglia told a Manhattan federal court judge that Paul Ceglia was...
  • Orleans sheriff investigates apparent suicide of prisoner

    Amid renewed federal court battles over management and funding of the notoriously dangerous jail in New Orleans, authorities said Tuesday that an inmate charged with aggravated rape was found dead of an apparent suicide. The Orleans Parish Sheriff's...
  • Pawtucket man pleads guilty to sex trafficking charge

    A Pawtucket man has pleaded guilty taking a 17-year-old girl from Massachusetts to Rhode Island and forcing her into prostitution. Ricky Wallace pleaded guilty Monday in federal court to one count each of conspiracy, sex trafficking of a child,...
  • Trial set for videographer arrested covering Ferguson

    A video journalist arrested while covering the unrest in Ferguson, Missouri, after Michael Brown was fatally shot last summer plans to fight the charges at trial. St. Louis-based videographer Mary Moore said she wants her reputation, and her criminal...
  • North Chicago murderers convicted by twin juries, will have post-trial hearings joined

    North Chicago murderers convicted by twin juries, will have post-trial hearings joined
    Two men retried and reconvicted of a North Chicago murder in a rare twin-jury retrial earlier this year will have their post-trial motions heard together as well. A hearing on motions and possible sentencing for William Fillyaw, one of two men convicted...
  • Group of actors, activists opposes attempt to import belugas

    A group of prominent actors, activists and scientists is opposing an attempt by the Georgia Aquarium to import beluga whales from Russia. The aquarium applied in June 2012 to import 18 whales, saying it would help improve the genetic diversity of belugas...
  • Utah to use firing squads if lethal drugs are unavailable

    Utah became the only state to allow firing squads for executions if lethal injection drugs are unavailable when Gov. Gary Herbert signed a law approving the method, even though he has called it "a little bit gruesome." The Republican governor has said...
  • State's high court hears serial killer's appeal; no decision

    An attorney for a condemned serial killer who stuffed several victims' bodies into barrels urged Kansas' highest court Tuesday to throw out the convictions and death sentences, pressing issues varying from prosecutorial misconduct to a Bible used during...
  • Fight over Lolita the orca whale is back in court

    Fight over Lolita the orca whale is back in court
    MIAMI — Animal rights groups that want a captive killer whale removed from Miami Seaquarium asked federal appeals judges Tuesday to send their lawsuit against the tourist attraction and the U.S. Department of Agriculture back to a U.S. district...
  • Kansas commune leader receives 2 life sentences for murder, child sex crimes

    WICHITA, Kan. Daniel Perez, purported seer and leader of a former compound in Kansas' Sedgwick County known as Angels Landing, will spend the remainder of his life in prison. Sedgwick County District Judge Joseph Bribiesca on Tuesday ordered Perez, 55,...