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  • 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...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • Judge in theater shooting possesses cool head, strong will

    It was an agonizing decision. Should prosecutors be allowed to show a paralyzed mother a photo of her slain 6-year-old daughter while she testified in the Colorado theater shooting trial? Or would the image make her break down in tears and unfairly bias...
  • Woman gets 6 to 15 years after plea in knife-throwing death

    An eastern Pennsylvania woman has pleaded guilty to killing the father of one of her children by throwing a knife at him and been sentenced to six to 15 years in prison. Ebony Jones, 32, of Bethlehem, was sentenced Friday after pleading guilty to...
  • West Point cadet guilty of owning, distributing child porn

    A West Point cadet was convicted Tuesday of amassing a collection of child pornography and sharing it over the Internet. A federal court jury in White Plains found 25-year-old Ricky Patrick Hester guilty of possessing and distributing pornographic photos...
  • Judge dismisses suit against Dodgers' Yasiel Puig stemming from human trafficking charges

    Judge dismisses suit against Dodgers' Yasiel Puig stemming from human trafficking charges
    A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit that blamed Dodgers outfielder Yasiel Puig for the alleged imprisonment and torture of a Cuban man. The order Monday by U.S. District Judge Kathleen M. Williams in Miami ends almost two years of legal wrangling...
  • TV actor Dustin Diamond gets 4 months jail for stabbing

    Dustin Diamond, who played Screech on the 1990s TV show "Saved by the Bell," apologized Thursday for his part in a Wisconsin barroom stabbing before being sentenced to serve 4 months in jail. Judge Paul Malloy also sentenced Diamond to 15 months'...
  • Felon convicted again in Circle K clerk murders

    Felon convicted again in Circle K clerk murders
    As the 12 jurors shook the judge's hand Friday, a continuous smile flashed on the face of the man they had just convicted of killing two convenience store clerks. But Darnell Razz wasn't happy about the guilty verdicts, says his attorney. The 23-year-...
  • Trial in killings of two OCC students tentatively set for October

    Five years after the killings of two Orange Coast College students, attorneys said Friday that they're on the verge of beginning the trial for the Costa Mesa man accused in the case and set a tentative October start date. But it remains to be seen if...
  • Animal activist pleads guilty to releasing minks from downstate farm

     Animal activist pleads guilty to releasing minks from downstate farm
    A California animal activist pleaded guilty Friday in federal court in Chicago to vandalizing a downstate Illinois farm and releasing about 2,000 minks into the wild in 2013. Kevin Johnson admitted teaming up with co-defendant Tyler Lang, driving...