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Trials and Arbitration

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  • Aaron Hernandez Defense Fights To Keep Glock Out Of Court

    Aaron Hernandez Defense Fights To Keep Glock Out Of Court
    FALL RIVER, Mass. -- Defense lawyers for former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez have asked the court to prohibit prosecutors from showing the jury a .45 caliber Glock pistol - the same type of weapon investigators say was used to kill...
  • Supreme Court Overturns 100-Year Sentence In Hartford Drive-By Shooting

    HARTFORD — The state Supreme Court on Friday overturned the 100-year prison sentence Ackeem Riley received for killing a 16-year-old honor student in Hartford in 2006. Riley, who is awaiting trial for another killing, was 17 when he shot and killed...
  • Former Windsor police chief to take plea deal, pay restitution

    Former Windsor police chief to take plea deal, pay restitution
    A former Windsor police chief accused of embezzlement will enter a plea deal for lesser charges and is set to be sentenced by a judge on Monday, according to his attorney. Arlis "Vic" Reynolds served as the chief of the Town of Windsor's small police...
  • FCC's new net neutrality rules are sure to be challenged

    FCC's new net neutrality rules are sure to be challenged
    After two failed attempts to enact rules for Internet traffic, regulators adopted a heavily criticized — but legally stronger — strategy to try to make sure their net neutrality rules stand up in court. But an expected lawsuit is only one...
  • Pentagon scraps judges' Guantanamo move order; 9/11 case unfrozen

    GUANTANAMO BAY NAVY BASE, Cuba In an abrupt retreat Friday, the Pentagon revoked an order to war court judges to drop their other military duties and take up residence at this remote base until their cases are over. The 9/11 case judge swiftly...
  • Police: Woman Charged In Trinity Attack Sought To Help Boyfriend

    Police: Woman Charged In Trinity Attack Sought To Help Boyfriend
    HARTFORD — A 27-year-old woman accused of participating in a brutal and seemingly random attack on a Trinity College student three years ago went to police with information on the assault in 2013, hoping that her cooperation would help a boyfriend...
  • Lake judges: Drop in number of criminal trials no measure of justice

    Lake judges: Drop in number of criminal trials no measure of justice
    With the number of criminal jury trials down significantly in 2014 and the plea agreement still the most common method of resolving cases, judges in Lake County say they continue to dispense justice fairly and efficiency. Statistics compiled for 2014...
  • Mom Who Hurt Infant Son Gets 15 Years In Prison

    VERNON — A 25-year-old Vernon mother of three pleaded guilty Friday to assaulting her infant son and was sentenced to 15 years in prison. Amanda Lynn McGuire will be on special parole for five years when she is released from prison. A year ago,...
  • Md. man sentenced to 18 months in jail for poaching rockfish

    A Maryland man has been sentenced to 18 months in federal prison for illegally harvesting hundreds of thousands of pounds of rockfish from the Chesapeake Bay. Forty-three-year-old Michael Hayden of Tilghman Island, Maryland was sentenced in federal court...
  • 65 years for Gary man in slaying

    65 years for Gary man in slaying
    The Gary man who murdered a Portage tow truck driver in a murder-for-hire scheme received the maximum possible sentence short of the death penalty. On Friday, Porter County Superior Judge Roger Bradford sentenced Dontaye Deandre Singletary, 22, of the...
  • Woman dragged by deputy will head to hospital

    Woman dragged by deputy will head to hospital
    The mentally incompetent woman who was dragged by her feet through the Broward courthouse by a deputy this week will not be going to jail when she is released from a hospital on Monday. According to the Broward State Attorney's Office, Dasyl Rios, 28,...