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  • After conviction, many court cases left for Aaron Hernandez

    Even after he was convicted of first-degree murder and sentenced to life in prison without parole, former New England Patriots star tight end Aaron Hernandez is nowhere near done with his legal troubles. He still faces double murder charges in Boston,...
  • Video clears 2 men in killing of Shock Trauma worker

    Video clears 2 men in killing of Shock Trauma worker
    Baltimore prosecutors dropped murder charges Thursday against two men accused of killing a Maryland Shock Trauma Center technician as he waited for a bus downtown in September, saying evidence shows the men were somewhere else at the time. Defense...
  • IT manager accused of hacking into ex-Northbrook employer's emails

    IT manager accused of hacking into ex-Northbrook employer's emails
    A former information technology manager for a company in Northbrook has been indicted for allegedly intercepting and disclosing company emails, and damaging servers maintained by the company. George Turner, 50, of Vernon Hills, was charged with computer...
  • Prosecutor: Death penalty doesn't apply in police shooting

    A prosecutor says it doesn't look as if the death penalty can be sought in the case of a black South Carolina man who was fatally shot as he ran from a white police officer. Former North Charleston officer Michael Slager is charged with murder in the...
  • Aaron Hernandez: Eyes Dead, Heart Dead, Soul Dead

    Aaron Hernandez: Eyes Dead, Heart Dead, Soul Dead
    As Ursula Ward approached the court to speak words never to be forgotten, Aaron Hernandez sat there Wednesday, lips pursed, eyes dead, heart dead, soul dead. At that moment, I found myself yelling at the television screen, "Stand up for that poor woman,...
  • Court monitor: Apple antitrust cooperation has 'declined'

    Apple Inc.'s cooperation with efforts to improve its compliance with antitrust laws after a federal judge concluded it colluded with electronic book publishers to raise prices five years ago took on an "adversarial tone" recently, a court-appointed...
  • Durst wants his money back; police have $161K

    Lawyers for jailed millionaire Robert Durst say he wants authorities to return more than $161,000 in cash now held by New Orleans police. The attorneys say Durst got the money legally and it is neither needed for evidence nor subject to forfeiture....
  • Man indicted in US for drug deal elected senator in Nigeria

    A man indicted in the United States for allegedly smuggling heroin, in a case that was the basis for the TV hit "Orange Is The New Black," has been elected a senator in Nigeria. Buruji Kashamu was little known before he returned home in 2003 from...
  • Man convicted of credit fraud, identity theft schemes

    A Bowie man has been convicted of numerous charges of credit fraud, wire fraud and identity theft, including a $14,000 credit theft while he was awaiting trial. Fifty-five-year-old Kenneth Wayne Watford was convicted Thursday in federal court in...
  • Husband Of Teacher In Sex Assault Case Enters Family Violence Program

    NEW HAVEN — The husband of Allison Marchese, the Madison high school teacher arrested in February in connection with the sexual assault of a student, was granted entry into the family violence education program Thursday. Robert Marchese, 40, an...
  • Autopsy doctor testifies in trial in Australian player death

    The doctor who performed the autopsy on a college baseball player from Australia who was shot in the back while jogging in Oklahoma said Thursday that even immediate medical attention would not have saved his life. "Apart from a miracle, no," said Dr....