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  • Day care worker in prison for nearly a decade to be freed during appeal

    Day care worker in prison for nearly a decade to be freed during appeal
    A federal judge has ordered that a former day care worker convicted in Will County of killing an infant in her care be released from prison while the courts address her “substantial” claims of innocence. Jennifer Del Prete, 43, has spent...
  • Bond denied for man accused of leaving injured bicyclist behind dumpster

    A Pompano Beach man will remain in jail until he goes on trial for allegedly hitting a bicyclist, driving two miles with the injured man atop his car, then ditching him behind a dumpster, a court ruled Wednesday. Former restaurant chef Axel Esteban...
  • Convicted terrorism supporter Jose Padilla to be resentenced Aug. 4

     Convicted terrorism supporter Jose Padilla to be resentenced Aug. 4
    Jose Padilla, the convicted terrorism supporter from Broward County, is likely to be sentenced to a tougher term than the 17 years he's already serving after a Miami federal judge Wednesday scheduled a new sentencing date. U.S. District Judge Marcia...
  • Judge won't dismiss Arundel fatal road-rage case involving N.J. officer

    Judge won't dismiss Arundel fatal road-rage case involving N.J. officer
    An Anne Arundel County judge ruled Wednesday that a deadly road-rage case involving a New Jersey detective can move forward to trial, despite defense allegations that prosecutors withheld information from a grand jury before it handed up an indictment....
  • Woman who killed ex now convicted of trying to murder son

    A woman who was found not guilty of murdering her husband in Palm Beach County 22 years ago has now been convicted of trying to kill her son in Las Vegas, prosecutors there said Wednesday. Linda Cooney, 64, faces between three and 65 years in prison when...
  • DWP union chief says he'll fight order to turn over nonprofit records

    DWP union chief says he'll fight order to turn over nonprofit records
    Brian D’Arcy, head of the largest union at the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power, says he will appeal a newly finalized court order requiring him to turn over financial records for two nonprofit trusts that have received more than $40...
  • Jury to deliberate in 'ice cream man' murder trial

    Jury to deliberate in 'ice cream man' murder trial
    Larry Daughtry was jealous, Broward prosecutor Shari Tate told jurors Wednesday. He thought his girlfriend, Diana Lawhorn, was cheating on him. He paid people in her neighborhood in crack cocaine and cash to spy on her. In the neighborhood around the...
  • Formula One boss Ecclestone goes on trial in Germany

    MUNICH (Reuters) - Formula One chief executive Bernie Ecclestone goes on trial for bribery in Germany on Thursday in a case that could see the Briton's long dominance of the motor sport ended by a jail sentence. Prosecutors in Munich have charged...
  • Judge Jodi Remke appointed to head California ethics watchdog agency

    SACRAMENTO -- With ethics scandals rocking the Capitol, Gov. Jerry Brown on Wednesday appointed as the new head of California’s ethics watchdog agency a judge who has overseen the discipline of attorneys. Joann M. “Jodi” Remke, who...
  • Florida executes man convicted in 1990 murder of two relatives

    TALLAHASSEE, Florida (Reuters) - A man convicted of killing his cousin and the man's wife to prevent his cousin from testifying against him in a burglary case was executed in Florida on Wednesday, a state prison official said. Robert Eugene Hendrix, 47,...
  • Feds say 1,000-pound marijuana deal went sour for South Florida men

    Feds say 1,000-pound marijuana deal went sour for South Florida men
    The plan was to smuggle about 1,000 pounds of marijuana from Grand Bahama Island and deliver it to the Broward County drug dealers who would sell it, federal prosecutors said. The people accused of being involved in the crime didn't know that the boat...