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  • Prosecutors accept proposed trial delay for Colorado cinema gunman

    DENVER (Reuters) - Prosecutors in the Colorado theater massacre case do not oppose a defense request to delay the murder trial of accused gunman James Holmes until early next year, court papers showed on Thursday. A ruling by the judge on whether to...
  • 'Jersey Shore' star pleads not guilty to tax fraud, trial set

    By Jonathan Stempel Oct 23 (Reuters) - Michael "The Situation" Sorrentino, a former cast member of the MTV reality show "Jersey Shore," pleaded not guilty on Thursday to federal tax fraud charges. Sorrentino entered his formal plea to four criminal...
  • Girl in 'Slenderman' case ordered to undergo competency hearing

    Girl in 'Slenderman' case ordered to undergo competency hearing
    A judge on Wednesday ordered a competency hearing for one of two Wisconsin pre-teen girls accused of stabbing a friend in an attempt to please the fictional Internet character "Slenderman." A Wisconsin Forensic Unit psychiatrist had already concluded...
  • McCaffery is new poster boy for merit selection

    I know there are people out there who think Supreme Court Justice Seamus McCaffery was treated unfairly because he was suspended this week for passing around raunchy emails. McCaffery's non-apology apology certainly made it clear he thinks he's...
  • Former Miami Dolphin imprisoned for identity theft

    Former Miami Dolphin imprisoned for identity theft
    A South Florida man who briefly played with the Miami Dolphins was sentenced to close to 13 years in federal prison Wednesday for identity theft. Richard Siler, 50, of Hollywood, sold more than 5,000 names and Social Security numbers to a man he knew...
  • Judge rejects Los Angeles' billboard ban

    Judge rejects Los Angeles' billboard ban
    A judge has struck down Los Angeles' billboard ban, saying it runs afoul of the California Constitution's protection of free speech. Superior Court Judge Luis A. Lavin's decision hands a major victory to Lamar Central Outdoor, which sued the city to...
  • Suspect in serial killings charged in 2nd death

    Suspect in serial killings charged in 2nd death
    He allegedly said he killed Anith Jones for a friend of a friend and was paid $300 and drugs worth $200. He said he built a rapport with her, then met her for sex. He strangled her in about five minutes, he said, then stuffed her body in a trash can and...
  • Grisly new details as 2nd murder charge filed in Indiana slayings

    Grisly new details as 2nd murder charge filed in Indiana slayings
    A second murder charge has been filed against a suspect in the killings of seven women in Indiana, as authorities disclosed they found what was to be the weapon for his next victim: A bathrobe tie knotted in two places. Darren Deon Vann, 43, was...
  • Judge rules Morgan Arnold can plead insanity in father's death

    Judge rules Morgan Arnold can plead insanity in father's death
    A Howard County judge ruled Wednesday that a teenager accused in her father's killing can plead not criminally responsible by reason of insanity, reversing his earlier decision that her plea was not filed on time. Sixteen-year-old Morgan Lane Arnold's...
  • No verdict after second day deliberations over accused Boston bomber friend

    No verdict after second day deliberations over accused Boston bomber friend
    BOSTON (Reuters) - A jury deliberated for a second day on Wednesday over whether a friend of the Boston Marathon bombing suspect was too high on marijuana to have intentionally lied to investigators about his role in the aftermath of the 2013 attack....
  • U.S. Court hears arguments on sex discrimination at Goldman Sachs

    NEW YORK (Reuters) - Goldman Sachs Group on Wednesday attacked expert evidence offered by attorneys for former female employees in a U.S. federal sex discrimination lawsuit, arguing there was no pattern of gender-based pay and promotion disparities at the...