All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Trial’

Amanda Knox Retrial, Details Emerge

The retrial for the Meredith Kercher murder has been holding the attention of the public as much as the first trial. For now, reports claim that a verdict is expected by January. However, considering the emerging details, expecting a verdict within months may prove to be a stretch. One obvious difference with the retrial is that one suspect is not …

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Amanda Knox Trial: Victim’s DNA Not on Kitchen Knife

If you weren’t sure whether to believe in Amanda Knox’s innocence, a DNA test performed on the infamous kitchen knife may help to finally clear her name. Knox’s laywer, Carlo Dalla Vedova, is currently in Florence, Italy while the case against Knox and her former boyfriend Raffaele Sollecito is once again being heard in an appeals court. In Italy, there …

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Guy Fieri: Lambourghini Thief Also Accused Of Attempted Murder

Guy Fieri is a guy who likes to talk. During his time as host on the Food Network, he traveled around the country in search of the best food in the most random locations, and the job brought him into contact with a lot of people who had to be put at ease with a stranger in their kitchens; Fieri …

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Mark Cuban Is Not Guilty Of Insider-Trading

Mark Cuban, the businessman and owner of the Dallas Mavericks, has been facing charges of insider-trading. He has been in a battle with the federal government for years now, and with it finally over, he can rejoice, especially after the verdict that was reached. He was being charged with the crime, as it pertained to the selling of his shares …

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Aaron Hernandez Takes The Stand, Faces Murder Charge

Aaron Hernandez was arrested in June on a count of first degree murder. He finally took the stand for the crime on Wednesday, October 9th, and was questioned about a possible conflict of interest between lawyers on the case. Hernandez was initially asked questions for the judge, including some basic questions about himself such as his name and profession. Hernandez …

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Amanda Bynes’ DUI Trial Moved to Mental Health Court

27-year-old, Amanda Bynes, was scheduled to appear in court today for her DUI arrest in 2012. However, her lawyer, Richard Hutton, has pleaded her case and convinced the judge that she does not have the mental capacity to stand trial. The judge has referred her case to the mental health court. “The mental health court will examine Bynes and determine …

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Jennifer Mee, Hiccup Girl, Guilty Of Murder

Jennifer Mee, who became famous her hiccuping, earning the nickname of “hiccup girl,” has been convicted of first degree murder. Mee is from Clearwater, Florida and burst onto the scene when her hiccups lasted for months in 2007. She is being charged in the 2010 murder of Shannon Griffin. A Pinellas County jury deliberated for four hours before delivering the …

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Sally Struthers Trial Date Set For DUI

Shortly after midnight on September 12, 2012, Sally Struthers was charged with operating a vehicle under the influence. The actress was stopped in the downtown square of Ogunquit, Main, where she was performing in “9 to 5”. Sally Struthers, a two time Emmy winner, is most recognized as Gloria from the 1970’s long running series, “All in the Family” The …

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Whitey Bulger’s Partner Sings for Jury

Whitey Bulger ran from the law for 16 years. Twelve of those years were spent on the FBI’s most wanted list. The only reward bigger than the price on Bulger was for Osama Bin Laden himself. He was featured on America’s Most Wanted 16 times. And when they finally caught him, he still had $800,000 in cash, 30 firearms, and …

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Italian Shipwreck Crew Guilty, Sentenced

It has been a year and a half since we reported on the tragic shipwreck of the Italian luxury liner Costa Concordia, which sank off the coast of the Isola del Giglio in Italy, a wreck that cost the lives of 32 few and passengers. Back then, there was plenty of blame to go around. Most of it ended up …

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Zimmerman Trial Joke: Attorney Throws Himself on the Mercy of the Court

Prosecutors and defense attorneys have delivered opening statements in the case against George Zimmerman. Neither statement went well. The prosecuting attorney charged with delivering the opening statement, John Guy, began with the following: “Good morning. ‘F***ing punks. These a******s all get away.’” If this was disconcerting for you, imagine how bizarre it must have seemed for the six jurors in …

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Zimmerman Jury Selected: All-Female Jury To Decide Zimmerman’s Fate

George Zimmerman’s jury has finally been seated after a lengthy selection process, according to Zimmerman’s attorney. The six jurors seated are all women, and nearly all (five of the six) are white. Of the four alternates, two are women and two are men. Zimmerman will stand trial beginning next week in the shooting death of Trayvon Martin, 17, last February. …

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