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  • Teen acknowledges role in 13-year-old dirt biker's death

    A teenager has acknowledged his role in the 2008 death of a 13-year-old dirt biker who was killed when his neck struck a rope that had been strung across a trail in Wilton. John "Tully" Knight's prepared statement in court Friday was part of a settlement...
  • LI man who spent 17 years in prison mulls run for Congress

    A Long Island man who spent 17 years in prison before a court ruled he was innocent in his parents' murder says he's exploring possibly running for Congress. Martin Tankleff told Newsday (http://nwsdy.li/1JYwy34 ) he's seriously considering the idea. He...
  • Greece's far-right leader, lawmakers go on trial

    Leaders of Greece's third-largest political party, the extreme right Golden Dawn, went on trial Monday on charges of operating as a criminal organization that allegedly carried out a campaign of violence against immigrants and left-wing opponents....
  • Authorities: Trial set for man accused in revenge killing

    The murder trial for a 37-year-old Bridgeport man who police say waited eight years to get retribution against another man is set to begin. The Connecticut Post reports (http://bit.ly/1Iwh1qd ) that Travis "Scuz" Satawhite's trial is scheduled to start...
  • After Oklahoma City bombing, McVeigh's arrest almost went unnoticed

    After Oklahoma City bombing, McVeigh's arrest almost went unnoticed
    Like all the local legends in this little town, Charlie Hanger has a portrait hanging on the wall of the Kumback Cafe, between the photo of outlaw Pretty Boy Floyd (said to have once eaten the biggest steak in the place) and the state champion wrestling...
  • Hernandez's Slim Appeal Chance Rests On Cruelty Of Slaying

    Hernandez's Slim Appeal Chance Rests On Cruelty Of Slaying
    When Aaron Hernandez was convicted of first-degree murder last week, a jury found that the government proved all but one aspect of its case: that Odin Lloyd's killing was planned in advance. Instead, prosecutors convinced jurors that the crime was so...
  • FBI admits flaws in hair analysis spanning two decades

    FBI admits flaws in hair analysis spanning two decades
    The Justice Department and FBI have formally acknowledged that nearly every examiner in an elite FBI forensic unit gave flawed testimony in almost all trials in which they offered evidence against criminal defendants over more than a two-decade period...
  • Frank Weathersbee remembered as great public servant, family man

    Outsiders may have known of Frank Weathersbee as a man of integrity, a true public servant who championed victims' rights and was Anne Arundel County's state's attorney for a quarter-century. And yes, he was all of those things. But Lara Weathersbee,...
  • Stetson law professor glad he lost 'Gideon' case

    Bruce Jacob, a bright young lawyer from Florida, had landed the case of his career. He was 27, just three years out of law school. He had seen Washington, D.C., once in his life, driving through on the way to somewhere else. Now he was flying to the city...
  • Ronald Reagan shooter finds rejection, indifference in future home

    Ronald Reagan shooter finds rejection, indifference in future home
    The last man to shoot an American president now spends most of the year in a house overlooking the 13th hole of a golf course in a gated community. He takes long walks along tree-lined paths, plays guitar and paints, grabs fast food at Wendy's. He...
  • Reagan shooter finds rejection, indifference in future home

    The last man to shoot an American president now spends most of the year in a house overlooking the 13th hole of a golf course in a gated community. He takes long walks along tree-lined paths, plays guitar and paints, grabs fast food at Wendy's. He drives...