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  • Donald Sterling's wife tells court alleged mistress defrauded, abused her husband

    Donald Sterling's wife tells court alleged mistress defrauded, abused her husband
    LOS ANGELES (AP) — The wife of former Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling says she sued a woman she believed was his mistress because she defrauded and abused him. Shelly Sterling told a Los Angeles judge on Wednesday that she was seeking...
  • Third trial begins for man accused of pushing daughter off cliff

    Third trial begins for man accused of pushing daughter off cliff
    A third trial began Wednesday in the case of Cameron Brown, who prosecutors say led his young daughter on a “dangerous hike” in Rancho Palos Verdes 15 years ago and then flung her off a steep, jagged cliff and into the ocean. Two previous...
  • Lawyer Cites Long Delays, Errors In Wrongful Death Claim

    HARTFORD — The lawyer for the estate of 3-year-old abuse victim Athena Angeles put the long-delayed wrongful death claim against child-protection officials squarely in front of the judiciary committee Wednesday, even though an error by the claims...
  • Man freed after 19 years for murder sues Baltimore police

    Man freed after 19 years for murder sues Baltimore police
    A man whose murder conviction was thrown out after another man confessed has sued Baltimore police, saying the nearly two decades he spent in prison robbed him of the best years of his life. Sabein Burgess, 44, who was incarcerated for 19 years before...
  • Knox defense calls conviction grave error

    Amanda Knox's defense lawyer urged Italy's highest court on Wednesday to overturn the American's conviction in the 2007 murder of her British roommate, calling it a "grave judicial error." Knox faces 28 ½ years in an Italian jail for the 2007 murder of...
  • Ohio police officer is convicted for death of K-9 partner in hot cruiser

    AKRON, Ohio An Ohio police officer whose K-9 partner died after being left in their hot cruiser for four hours was convicted Wednesday on an animal cruelty charge. Sgt. Brett Harrison avoided a jail sentence, but was fined $500 by Medina Municipal...
  • Supreme Court's conservative justices question cost of EPA emissions rule

    Supreme Court's conservative justices question cost of EPA emissions rule
    The Supreme Court's conservative justices sharply questioned the high cost of a new Obama administration environmental regulation Wednesday, raising the prospect they may block the strict emissions standards for coal-fired power plants. At issue is a...
  • Ex-lawmaker turns down plea deal in election fraud case

    Former Bridgeport state Rep. Christina Ayala has turned down a plea deal with prosecutors and will go to trial on election fraud charges. The Connecticut Post reports (http://bit.ly/1IwH3tO) Ayala and her lawyer appeared Wednesday before Superior Court...
  • Prosecutors: Hernandez Misled Ill Cousin To Win Silence

    Prosecutors: Hernandez Misled Ill Cousin To Win Silence
    FALL RIVER, Mass. — Aaron Hernandez tried to buy his cancer-stricken cousin's silence during the Odin Lloyd murder investigation, but was lying when he told her he had created trust funds to provide for her two children, prosecutors said Wednesday....
  • US appeals court overturns murder conviction of Illinois man

    A federal appeals court has overturned the murder conviction during a bench trial of an Illinois man, saying the judge's ruling was "nonsense." Lawrence Owens has been in prison since his conviction in 2000 by the late Cook County Judge Joseph M....
  • Judge hears arguments in wild-horse lawsuit

    A group of ranchers demanding that the federal government remove wild horses in Utah will have to wait to find out whether or not their case will be tried. Wild-horse advocacy groups argued in federal court on Wednesday that U.S. District Judge Dee...