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Trials and Arbitration

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  • Las Vegas-area couple plead not guilty in child death case

    A man and woman accused of leaving a pregnant 17-year-old girl to care for their sickly 3-year-old daughter months before the child was found dead in a Las Vegas-area home pleaded not guilty Thursday to murder and child abuse charges. An indictment filed...
  • Expert says "hit list" was written by Delaware court gunman

    A supposed "hit list" and two homemade death certificates found after a shooting at a Delaware courthouse in 2013 were written by the gunman whose widow and children are being tried on federal conspiracy and cyberstalking charges, a defense handwriting...
  • French mother gets 9 years in prison for killing 8 newborns

    A Frenchwoman accused of killing eight of her newborns over more than a decade has been sentenced to nine years in prison after a dramatic murder trial. After deliberating a few hours in the northern city of Douai, the jury returned its verdict...
  • Prosecutors want more tests on evidence in 1987 murder case

    Prosecutors said Thursday they want to run more tests on crime scene evidence before deciding whether to pursue another trial against a mentally disabled man convicted earlier of raping and killing his wife's 88-year-old grandmother in 1987. Richard...
  • Pimp with links to Rothstein scandal sentenced to prison

    Pimp with links to Rothstein scandal sentenced to prison
    The owner of a South Florida-based prostitution ring with links to the Scott Rothstein scandal was sentenced to more than three years in federal prison Thursday. Christian Fiorenza, 51, of Pompano Beach, admitted earlier this year that he ran a "high-end...
  • Plea deal would drop two murder charges in Valparaiso slayings

    Plea deal would drop two murder charges in Valparaiso slayings
    A judge will decide if a plea deal that drops two murder charges for a burglary charge against a Hammond man is acceptable. Porter Circuit Court Judge Mary Harper has taken under advisement a plea deal for Alejandro Sanchez, 22, in which he'll plead...
  • Fallston businessman awarded $15,000 by Post Office for helping catch armed robber

    When a robber at Benson Post Office took out a gun and shot at him, Gregory Duvall was too angry to be afraid. He raced off after the assailant, helping police ultimately find the serial armed robber. "To be honest with you, I had enough of my shop...
  • 2 former Khmer Rouge leaders appeal convictions

    The two surviving senior leaders of Cambodia's former Khmer Rouge regime launched appeals Thursday of their convictions by a U.N.-backed tribunal that sentenced them to life in prison for their roles during the group's brutal rule in the 1970s. Khieu...
  • Suspended WV teacher pleads guilty to gun charge

    A suspended high school math teacher has pleaded guilty to buying a gun for a felon. The Charleston Gazette reports (http://bit.ly/1IP2uo9 ) that 39-year-old Jennifer Napier pleaded guilty in U.S. District Court in Charleston on Wednesday. According...
  • Judge sentences teen for sex assault in Dieruff basement

    Judge sentences teen for sex assault in Dieruff basement
    Noting that the case sent a ripple of fear through the community, a Lehigh County judge on Wednesday sent a 16-year-old boy who admitted he sexually assaulted a girl in the basement of Allentown's Dieruff High School to a locked juvenile facility for...
  • Cindy Omidi asks judge for probation instead of prison

    Cindy Omidi asks judge for probation instead of prison
    A Los Angeles woman has asked a federal judge to sentence her to probation instead of prison for violating laws designed to prevent money laundering. Cindy Omidi, 66, was convicted in October of illegally buying postal money orders in an amount just...