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Trials and Arbitration

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  • Lawmakers narrow judicial field for seats in Newport News, Gloucester and Isle of Wight

    NEWPORT NEWS — Two lower court judges and one county's top prosecutor appear to be poised to ascend to vacant Circuit Court seats in Newport News, Gloucester and Isle of Wight. Several lawyers are still in the running for the two judicial openings...
  • Virtual Court: Video Game Could Help Litigants Who Don't Have A Lawyer

    In the online world, would-be pilots pretend to land airplanes, medical residents replicate surgeries, and future investors manage fantasy portfolios in a virtual stock exchange in video games designed to simulate actual situations. Now, legal aid...
  • Not Guilty Plea Enter For Wethersfield Man Charged With Killing Mother

    A judge entered a plea of not guilty Monday for a Wethersfield man accused of killing his elderly mother. Superior Court Judge Arthur Hadden submitted the plea for John Z. Waszynski to satisfy the legal requirement for a plea within 60 days, said William...
  • New Hampshire man appeals conviction for killing teen

    MANCHESTER N.H. (Reuters) - A New Hampshire man is appealing his conviction for killing a 19-year-old college student lured to his apartment for sex. Seth Mazzaglia, 31, was found guilty in June of first degree murder and several other charges related to...
  • Adrian Peterson says he's 'not a child abuser;' NFL to investigate case

    The Minnesota Vikings reinstated Adrian Peterson, saying he will play this Sunday at New Orleans. The star running back was charged late last week on a felony count of injuring a child. He was arrested early Saturday morning in Houston after flying...
  • State court ends special ed claims vs. district

    The state's highest court put an end to one battle in a war between a Bethlehem Township mom and school officials over special education services for her son and daughter. In a one-line order, the Supreme Court on Monday declined to hear Diane Zhou's...
  • Prosecution Rests In Glastonbury Abuse Trial

    Prosecution Rests In Glastonbury Abuse Trial
    HARTFORD — The prosecution on Tuesday rested its case against Douglas Wirth, a former Glastonbury resident accused of abusing boys he and his former husband adopted through the state Department of Children and Families. The state's final witness...
  • Transgender Girl Found In Hartford After Escaping From Therapy Program

    Transgender Girl Found In Hartford After Escaping From Therapy Program
    The transgender teenager whose transfer to an adult prison made national news slipped away Tuesday from a therapy program at Hartford's Institute of Living after being transported there from a secure youth facility by the Department of Children and...
  • Witness Says He Never Thought Rowland Contract Was Ruse

    Witness Says He Never Thought Rowland Contract Was Ruse
    NEW HAVEN – The top executive at Apple Rehab disclosed Tuesday that he was once afraid former Gov. John G. Rowland was being groomed to replace him, as Rowland's defense team continued trying to establish that Rowland provided real consulting...
  • Guantanamo judge mulls limiting disclosure on al Qaeda suspect

    FORT MEADE Md. (Reuters) - A Guantanamo Bay military judge overseeing the trial of an accused al Qaeda leader heard arguments on Monday on what information can be released during his upcoming trial without jeopardizing national security. The Iraqi...
  • Time served sentence for husband who fatally kicked wife

    Time served sentence for husband who fatally kicked wife
    In a rare display of mercy, family members of a slain Lowhill Township woman filled a courtroom Tuesday and asked a judge to grant the killer — her husband — leniency. "Our family has suffered enough," said Cathy Boyer, Carol Albright's...