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  • Judge again blocks YouTube video in fraud case

    Judge again blocks YouTube video in fraud case
    A battle over a YouTube video continued Friday to hang over the prosecution of a Delray Beach developer on money laundering and grand theft charges. Builder Anthony Pugliese III and business manager Joseph Reamer are facing an April 21 trial in Palm...
  • Verdict hearing reset for cop charged in Wrana's death

    Verdict hearing reset for cop charged in Wrana's death
    A verdict in the trial of a south suburban police officer charged in the death of a 95-year-old man will be issued two days earlier than originally scheduled, according to prosecutors. Cook County Associate Judge Luciano Panici will render his verdict...
  • Easton woman who embezzled $400K from repo agency gets prison

    Easton woman who embezzled $400K from repo agency gets prison
    Calling her a "predator," U.S. District Judge Edward G. Smith on Friday sentenced an Easton woman to six years in federal prison for embezzling more than $400,000 from a Whitehall Township repo agency where she worked. Felicia Straub, 42, misused her...
  • Convicted former attorney arrested after allegedly posing as lawyer of same first name

    An attorney from Glendale who was disbarred after he was convicted of grand theft, money laundering and forgery was arrested after allegedly appearing in court three times this month using the identity of a licensed attorney, officials said. Armen...
  • Testimony From Victim's Girlfriend Contradicts Aaron Hernandez Lawyer's Claim

    FALL RIVER, Mass. — When Odin Lloyd was killed, he and Aaron Hernandez were barely more than acquaintances in the beginning stages of friendship, a witness told jurors Friday during the second day of testimony in the former New England Patriots...
  • Money manager sentenced to 14 years in prison for massive fraud

     Money manager sentenced to 14 years in prison for massive fraud
    The onetime leader of a well-connected Northbrook money management firm was sentenced Friday to 14 years in prison for defrauding clients of more than $665 million in what prosecutors believe is the largest fraud case ever brought in federal court in...
  • Judge rules that Lee Harvey Oswald's casket belongs to his brother

    A Texas judge has ruled that the rotting casket of Lee Harvey Oswald belongs to his brother, Robert. Judge Donald Cosby issued that conclusion Friday morning, almost two months after the 80-year-old Robert appeared in a Fort Worth courtroom in an attempt...
  • Judge: Jury can watch Super Bowl — unless Hernandez mentioned

    Judge: Jury can watch Super Bowl — unless Hernandez mentioned
    FALL RIVER, Mass. (AP) — The 18 New England residents sitting on the jury in the murder trial of former Patriots star Aaron Hernandez will be allowed to watch the home team play in Sunday's Super Bowl, but the judge overseeing the case says they...
  • 4th person faces murder charges in deadly Indianapolis house explosion

    4th person faces murder charges in deadly Indianapolis house explosion
    Investigators had been suspicious of the man charged this week with murder and arson in the deadly 2012 Indianapolis house explosion before a co-defendant implicated him, a prosecutor said Friday. Monserrate Shirley, whose home exploded in November...
  • Vernon Hills woman pleads not guilty to new arson charges

    A Vernon Hills woman who had already entered not guilty pleas to several arson-related charges last fall pleaded not guilty again this week to additional felony charges stemming from a park fire she allegedly set earlier this year. Stephanie Wollar, 28,...
  • Judge expresses doubt about government's no-fly list in challenging to its constitutionality

    A federal judge is expressing skepticism about the constitutionality of the government's no-fly list. Government lawyers defended the list at a hearing Friday in federal court in Alexandria. The government has been trying to get the suit tossed out for...