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  • Arizona Cardinals player indicted over accusations of hitting wife

    PHOENIX (Reuters) - Arizona Cardinals running back Jonathan Dwyer has been indicted for felony aggravated assault over accusations he broke his wife's nose during one of two alleged domestic incidents in July, court documents showed on Monday. Dwyer, 25,...
  • Texas jury starts deliberations in ‘black widow’ murder trial

    FORT WORTH Texas (Reuters) - A jury began deliberations on Monday in what has been dubbed the "black widow" case of a Texas woman accused of shooting her husband dead for insurance money and then launching a plot to frame someone else for the crime....
  • Woman pleads not guilty to 20-year-old South Carolina kidnapping

    CHARLESTON S.C. (Reuters) - Dorothy Lee Barnett, 54, pleaded not guilty in federal court in Charleston on Monday to charges of parental kidnapping and falsifying passports 20 years ago.      Barnett, a slight, blond woman who appeared smiling in court...
  • New York lawyers charged with bribing court employee for clients

    NEW YORK (Reuters) - Three New York defense attorneys and a paralegal were indicted by the Manhattan district attorney on Monday on charges of bribing a court employee to steer clients to them. According to the indictment, lawyers Jae Lee, Dwane Smith...
  • Art gallery owner gets five years for 'horrendous' cyberstalking

    A federal judge sentenced the owner of a Riverside County art gallery to five years in prison Monday, calling his attempts to extort an art publishing company he had once worked for and its employees by creating disparaging websites and making repeated...
  • New York City Fire captain charged with molesting two boys in L.A

    NEW YORK (Reuters) - A captain with the Fire Department of New York has been charged with sexually molesting two young boys while he was in Los Angeles this month and is facing extradition back to California, authorities said on Monday. Wilbert Riera,...
  • Disney autism disability lawsuit moves to Orlando federal court

    Disney autism disability lawsuit moves to Orlando federal court
    A federal judge has transferred a California autism discrimination lawsuit against the Walt Disney Parks and Resorts to Orlando, after Disney argued for the transfer. The suit alleges that Disney’s Disability Access Service, which began in 2013,...
  • Missouri man alleging sexual abuse by priest seeks $10 million from diocese

    INDEPENDENCE Mo. (Reuters) - It has been 30 years, but Kansas City's Catholic diocese still should pay a heavy price for allowing a now-dead priest to repeatedly sexually abuse a former altar boy, a lawyer for the alleged victim said in court Monday,...
  • Michael Dunn trial: Key state witness to testify today

    Michael Dunn trial: Key state witness to testify today
    Former associate medical examiner Stacey Simons was an important prosecution witness during Michael Dunn's original murder trial in February. She may be even more important today when she retakes the stand during his retrial. Dunn, 47, is on trial for...
  • Supreme Court prepares for another round of same-sex marriage arguments

    WASHINGTON Same-sex marriage is returning to the Supreme Court quietly, for now, but soon enough with a shout. The court's nine justices will meet privately on Monday to consider hundreds of petitions for the upcoming new term. The most anticipated of...
  • Jury selection begins for trial of accused Boston bomber's friend

    Jury selection begins for trial of accused Boston bomber's friend
    Jury selection is set to begin Monday for the trial of the last of three college friends of the accused Boston Marathon bomber to face charges relating to a visit the trio made to the suspect's dorm room three days after the deadly attack. The trial...