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Trials and Arbitration

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  • Timothy Granata, Charged With Killing Mother, Enters Insanity Plea

    Timothy Granata, Charged With Killing Mother, Enters Insanity Plea
    MILFORD — A 23-year-old Orange man charged with killing his mother last July pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity during a brief hearing Monday in Superior Court. Through his lawyer, Timothy Granata requested a trial before a three-judge panel...
  • NYC Court Calendar

    Associated Press NYC Court Calendar for Sunday, Jun. 28. The daybook is for planning purposes only and is not intended for publication or broadcast. You should verify any event you plan to cover. Please keep the AP in mind when news develops. The New...
  • Man convicted in sledgehammer slayings is sentenced to death

    A man convicted of killing his ex-girlfriend's parents with a sledgehammer 10 days after stabbing their daughter was sentenced Monday to death. Shawn Ford Jr., 20, was convicted in October by a jury in Summit County Common Pleas Court of aggravated...
  • Trial for 5 white police supervisors moving to black suburb

    The misdemeanor trial for five white Cleveland police supervisors accused of failing to control a high-speed car chase that led to two unarmed black people being killed in a 137-shot barrage of police gunfire will be held in a predominantly black suburb,...
  • Agreement neared to release Fla. doctor tied to Menendez

    A Florida doctor charged with corruption alongside New Jersey Sen. Bob Menendez appeared closer to being released from jail Monday as an agreement about his bond solidified. A hearing in federal court in West Palm Beach ended with no formal decision on...
  • Prosecution gets new delay in USS Cole proceedings

    MIAMI Expect more indefinite delays in the already mostly frozen Guantanamo death penalty trial of the Saudi man accused of orchestrating al-Qaida's 2000 bombing of the USS Cole warship off Yemen. U.S. military prosecutors sought, and a Pentagon...
  • Man convicted of raping UMass student sentenced to prison

    A Pittsfield man convicted of raping a University of Massachusetts freshman in her Amherst dorm room has been sentenced to eight to 12 years in prison. Justin King also was sentenced Monday in Hampshire Superior Court to five years of probation with...
  • Rapper the Game pleads not guilty to hitting off-duty LAPD cop in basketball game

    Rapper the Game pleads not guilty to hitting off-duty LAPD cop in basketball game
    The rapper the Game has been charged with hitting and threatening an off-duty Los Angeles police officer during a basketball game at Hollywood High School, prosecutors said. The 35-year-old Compton native, whose name is Jayceon Terrell Taylor, faces one...
  • Jury hears closing arguments in third trial for felon accused in 2010 Circle K clerk murders

    The first jury in 2012 decided Darnell Razz was one of the two masked robbers who gunned down two Greenacres convenience store employees during a $71 robbery. After a state appellate court tossed the murder convictions, another jury in February couldn't...
  • Evidence in Freddie Gray case is at least 300,000 pieces

    Evidence in Freddie Gray case is at least 300,000 pieces
    Prosecutors have amassed more than 300,000 pieces of digital evidence in the case of six Baltimore police officers charged in connection with the death of Freddie Gray, according to a letter filed in court. The evidence amounts to 52 gigabytes of...
  • Barge captain given 6 months in prison for explosion that killed deckhand

     Barge captain given 6 months in prison for explosion that killed deckhand
    The captain of a boat pushing a barge was sentenced to six months in prison Friday for a negligent explosion that killed a deckhand and caused hundreds of thousands of gallons of a petroleum byproduct to spill into the Chicago Sanitary and Ship Canal in...