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Trials and Arbitration

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  • Gay couples defend their City Hall marriages in St. Louis

    ST. LOUIS The three gay couples sat in the front row of the St. Louis courtroom Monday morning, listening as attorneys argued whether their 3-month-old marriages should be legally recognized in Missouri. Tod Martin and David Gray. Bruce Yampolsky and...
  • Douglas Wirth Found Not Guilty Of Abusing Adopted Son

    Douglas Wirth Found Not Guilty Of Abusing Adopted Son
    HARTFORD — A Hartford Superior Court judge Monday found a former Glastonbury man not guilty of physically and sexually abusing one of the sons he and his former husband adopted through the state Department of Children and Families. Judge Julia D....
  • Ex-sportscaster Don Tollefson admits $317K theft

    Ex-sportscaster Don Tollefson admits $317K theft
    As Don Tollefson walked into a Bucks County courtroom to plead guilty Monday, family members of his most notable victim fumed in the courthouse hallway. "It takes a pretty low person to prey on a dead police officer's family," said Tom Fox, father of...
  • Jury selection begins in Jodi Arias sentencing

    Jury selection begins in Jodi Arias sentencing
    Jury selection began in Arizona on Monday to decide whether convicted murderer Jodi Arias will be executed for the 2008 slaying of her ex-boyfriend in a case that drew a national audience with its sex-laced and gory testimony. A pool of 300 potential...
  • ACLU wants police banned from 'keep moving' rule in Ferguson

    ST. LOUIS A crowd control tactic designed to enforce curfew during the most volatile nights of the Ferguson protests was applied in the most calm of daytime situations by mistake, St. Louis County Police Jon Belmar testified in federal court here on...
  • Trial begins for Atlanta teachers accused of inflating test scores

    One of the largest and most scrutinized academic misconduct trials in U.S. history opened here Monday with prosecutors accusing 12 former schoolteachers and administrators of cheating, lying and stealing as part of a criminal conspiracy to boost students&...
  • San Sebastian Film Review: 'Modris'

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - Good and evil are relatively easy to depict in cinema; it's apathy that's tough. Audiences crave characters with ambition, and Modris, the 17-year-old Latvian protagonist of the rather austere drama that bears his name, doesn't...
  • Airport officials accused of bias against Ontario International

    Airport officials accused of bias against Ontario International
    A Riverside County congressman on Monday said he was offended by comments attributed in a lawsuit to a top Los Angeles airport official, who made insulting remarks about people living in the Inland Empire and their attempt to take control of LA/Ontario...
  • Supreme Court grants Ohio's request to shorten early-voting period

    The Supreme Court ordered a halt Monday to early voting in Ohio that was scheduled to begin this week, clearing the way for the state to close polls on the Sunday before election day, when African American turnout has been heaviest. The emergency order,...
  • Trial starts in Naperville 'smart meter' case

    Trial starts in Naperville 'smart meter' case
    A leader of the Naperville group opposed to “smart” utility meters went on trial Monday on a charge that she resisted arrest during the installation of one of the devices last year. A DuPage County jury began hearing the misdemeanor case...
  • Bethlehem burglar who told officer, 'I broke into that place,' pleads guilty

    Bethlehem burglar who told officer, 'I broke into that place,' pleads guilty
    So there's this drunk guy and he's walking down the street in South Side Bethlehem. He is bleeding from his arm and can't stand too well, but Joseph M. Castillo flags down a policeman who is headed back to the neighborhood substation. They get to...