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Trials and Arbitration

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  • Mistrial in case of firefighter charged with beating woman feeding stray cats

    Mistrial in case of firefighter charged with beating woman feeding stray cats
    A judge declared a mistrial Tuesday after jurors deadlocked on charges in the case of a Los Angeles city firefighter accused of assaulting a woman who was feeding stray cats. The confrontation was captured by cameras at a community center in the city'...
  • Albert R. Hunt: Ignored House contests may hold surprises

    Albert R. Hunt: Ignored House contests may hold surprises
    There is a forgotten contest in this year's U.S. midterm elections. Actually, there are 435 of them: the races for seats in the U.S. House of Representatives. Thanks to shifting population patterns and redistricting, the Republicans start with an...
  • Canada murder trial hears of body parts in mailed parcels

    Canada murder trial hears of body parts in mailed parcels
    MONTREAL (Reuters) - A Canadian man who has admitted to killing and dismembering a Chinese student sent packages of body parts, pink tissue paper and hand-written notes to elementary schools and political parties, jurors were told on Tuesday. Graphic...
  • Bidding underway at Revel casino auction

    ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. Bidding for Atlantic City's shuttered Revel Casino Hotel is underway. Glenn Straub, who set a baseline for the auction with a $90 million bid, is now offering $95 million, his attorney, Stuart J. Moskovitz said. That topped a $94...
  • Burglar who posed as cop gets state prison

    Ricardo L. Quiles is not a police officer, but he played one as he tried to make his getaway from the real thing. That's what the 34-year-old Bethlehem man did in April when he ran from officers trying to arrest him for burglarizing a garage on the South...
  • Ex-Marine lawyer gets top job overseeing Guantanamo war court

    WASHINGTON The Pentagon disclosed Tuesday that it had installed a recently retired Marine lawyer to run the war court at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. Retired Maj. Gen. Vaughn A. Ary began work Monday as "convening authority for military commissions," said Lt....
  • Brooklyn science teacher charged with sexually abusing students

    NEW YORK (Reuters) - A New York City high school science teacher who was already facing charges of sending a sexually explicit photograph to a student was arrested at court on Tuesday on new charges of sexually abusing six other teenage girls, prosecutors...
  • Self-defense in Florida loud music shooting disputed as trial closes

    Self-defense in Florida loud music shooting disputed as trial closes
    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...
  • Accused Pennsylvania stabber rejected by psychiatric unit: judge

    PITTSBURGH (Reuters) - A western Pennsylvania teenager accused of stabbing 21 people at his high school in April was refused admission to a Pittsburgh psychiatric hospital due to safety concerns, a judge said on Tuesday. Alex Hribal, who was 16 at the...
  • Colorado movie theater massacre trial may be televised, judge rules

    DENVER (Reuters) - A judge presiding over the Colorado theater massacre case ruled on Tuesday that he will allow the murder trial of accused gunman James Holmes to be recorded for television despite opposition from lawyers on both sides, a court ruling...
  • 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...