All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘murder case’

Casey Anthony Lawyer, Judge Make Headlines Three Years After Acquittal

Three years after the acquittal of Casey Anthony in her trial for the murder of daughter Caylee, her lawyer and the judge who presided over the case are making headlines. Anthony’s lawyer, Jose Baez, recently gave an interview where he spoke about Anthony’s controversial case. Meanwhile, former judge Belvin Perry is stepping down from the bench to join a Florida …

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Holly Bobo Gag Order Request Denied By Judge

Earlier today it was reported that the prosecution in the Holly Bobo case was seeking to have a gag order issued. If granted, the gag order would ensure that anyone attached to the case could not discuss any relevant information. Persons who violated the gag order would have been held in contempt of court. The prosecution felt that suspect Jason …

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Holly Bobo Case: Prosecution Wants Gag Order

Prosecutors in the Holly Bobo case are requesting a gag order be placed on one of the suspects. According to the Tennessean, a gag order motion was filed in Decatur County Criminal Court in order to stop Jason Autry and anyone attached to the case from sharing details. The prosecution claims that this is a necessary step in order to …

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Jaren Lockhart: Police Resume Investigation In Murder Case

On June of 2012, Jaren Lockhart’s dismembered body was found a few days after she went missing in New Orleans. According to the Hancock County Sheriff Office’s investigation, Lockhart, 22, was murdered shortly after she left Bourbon Street, which is the location of the club where she worked. Now, two years after Lockhart was found, the police are resuming their …

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Holly Bobo Suspect Zachary Adams Pleads “Not Guilty”

The man suspected of the 2011 kidnapping and murder of Holly Bobo pleaded not guilty on Tuesday. Zachary Adams was arraigned on the charges related to Bobo’s death in a Decatur County, Tenn. courtroom in a hearing that lasted approximately five minutes. Attorney Jennifer Lynn Thompson entered the plea on behalf of Adams. When questioned about his role in the …

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Joe McGinniss: Author of ‘Fatal Vision’ Passes Away at 71

Author Joe McGinniss passed away Monday afternoon after a two-year battle with prostate cancer. His attorney Dennis Holahan confirmed that he died while being treated at UMass Memorial Medical Center in Worcester, Massachusetts. He was 71 years old. McGinniss has written 12 books in all, mostly well-known for their politically-related storytelling. One of those books is based on the 1968 campaign and …

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Affluenza Teen Might Be A Jailbird, After All

You may have heard about this sixteen-year-old who killed four people in a terrible and bloody drunk driving accident; his claim to infamy is that he is not serving any jail time for his deplorable actions, all because he (supposedly) suffers from “affluenza.” If you’ve never heard of that, don’t worry, you’re not alone; it isn’t recognized by the American …

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George Zimmerman Trial Proposed Dismissal

The tragic death of Trayvon Martin has gripped the county for over a year, now, with interest at a new high due to the trial of George Zimmerman. Zimmerman is accused of fatally shooting Travyvon after an altercation in February of 2012. Popular belief is that Zimmerman, the head of the local neighborhood watch, followed Trayvon because he “looked suspicious,” …

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