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Help Identify This Suspect Who Shot and Killed a 10 YO Boy

November 25th, 2013

Party’s over for obese con man who bamboozled Miami Beach hotels

October 3rd, 2013

James Sabat allegedly ran up hundreds of thousands in unpaid hotel bills before police, U.S. Marshals and the hotel association caught up with him. Read more..

Shadowy Illicit Drug Market, Silk Road, Busted by Feds

October 3rd, 2013

A federal bust this week involves millions of dollars, illicit drugs and a would-be assassin, all of which allegedly were bought and sold on the Internet in a shadowy online marketplace known as the Silk Road, NPR reports. Read more..

Lawyer says he will ‘absolutely’ be acquitted for his advice on charity gaming

September 16th, 2013

Florida lawyer Kelly Mathis is expressing confidence in advance of his trial beginning today for his role in an alleged charity gambling operation. Mathis is the first co-defendant associated with Allied Veterans of the World to face trial, report the Associated Press and the.. Read more..

Home run king Barry Bonds obstruction conviction upheld

September 13th, 2013

A federal appeals court on Friday upheld home run king Barry Bonds’ 2011 conviction for obstructing justice in his testimony to a federal grand jury probing the Balco steroids scandal. Read more..

DEA settles lawsuit with student left in cell for 5 days for $4.1 Million

July 31st, 2013

San Diego (CNN) – A University of California San Diego student left unmonitored in a holding cell for five days by the Drug Enforcement Administration has settled a lawsuit for $4.1 million, his attorney said. Read more..

Prosecutor Who Withheld Evidence Gets Pass From 1st Circuit

July 25th, 2013

A federal appeals court has opted to stay out of a dispute over whether a Boston federal prosecutor committed a professional breach by withholding exculpatory evidence in a racketeering trial. Read more..

Donor pays $500K bond for teen jailed for months over ‘kidding’ Facebook post about school shooting

July 12th, 2013

Bailed out by an anonymous donor, after spending months in jail in lieu of posting $500,000 bond over a comment he posted on Facebook about a school shooting, a Texas teenager says he has learned his lesson. In an interview with CNN published Friday, Justin Carter, 19, said.. Read more..

Judge texted during trial to help state, says ex-prosecutor

July 9th, 2013

A former prosecutor who is now a Texas judge has admitted in a letter that she aided another judge who, it is claimed, sent texts during a 2012 trial in an effort to help the state with its case. Kaycee L. Jones, who is now a 411th Judicial District judge? Read more..

Misconduct in two 1990s death-penalty cases gets ex-prosecutor suspended

July 1st, 2013

The Oklahoma Supreme Court has suspended a former prosecutor for misconduct in gaining capital murder convictions of two men nearly 20 years ago; the court declined a recommendation by the state bar association that he be disbarred. Robert Bradley Miller, former assistant district attorney for Oklahoma County, was suspended from.. Read more..