All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘verdict’

Amanda Knox: Sollecito Questioning Her Innocence?

Amanda Knox just can’t catch a break. After being convicted last month for the now infamous 2007 murder of roommate Meredith Kercher, her ex-boyfriend Raffaele Sollecito is now admitting that he has questions about Knox’s behavior on the morning after Kercher’s murder, according to the Daily Mail. “Certainly I asked her questions,” Sollecito said in the interview for Italian TV, …

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Amanda Knox Verdict Expected Thursday

Amanda Knox is sitting on pins and needles in her Seattle, Washington home today, as she awaits the verdict of her third murder trial which is presently in jury deliberations in Florence, Italy. A verdict is expected later on Thursday. Knox was previously convicted and served four years of prison time in Italy for the 2007 murder of her college …

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Verdict Reached in Michael Jackson Death Trial

Court officials have announced that the jury comprised of six men and six women in the Michael Jackson wrongful death case is about to deliver the much anticipated verdict. It’s scheduled to be read at 3:30 PM PT. TMZ will be live streaming the announcement on their website. Katherine Jackson and Michael’s three children are suing AEG, claiming the company …

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George Zimmerman Not Guilty

A jury has found George Zimmerman not guilty on all counts in the trial of murder/manslaughter of Trayvon Martin. The jury deliberated for two days before returning the verdict. The case has polarized the opinions of the nation for months, with some saying that Zimmermann brutally took the life of a young black man with no cause, and others saying …

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‘Price Is Right’ Lawsuit Verdict Overturned

Do pregnancy discrimination laws extend to employment that is based on a woman’s physical attributes? Brandi Cochran thinks so. Unfortunately for her, a judge believes she will have to argue her case a second time. The Associated Press is reporting that a Los Angeles judge has found that the jury in Cochran’s discrimination trial was not properly instructed. Specifically, the …

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Oracle Likely Spent Millions Suing Google

It was reported yesterday that in Google’s trial regarding Oracle’s accusations that the search giant infringed upon Java API patents in the development of its Android operating system, the jury has just found that no copyrights were violated. And apparently, Oracle never had much of a chance of winning, according to the foreman of the jury, who pointed out that …

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Virginia Tech Verdict Gives Peace To Families Of Slain

A verdict reached by a jury yesterday in a wrongful death case against Virginia Tech has awarded two victims’ families four million dollars each, but the money is not what matters, say the parents. Jurors sided with the Peterson and Pryde families, whose daughters Julia and Erin were killed in the deadliest mass shooting in U.S. history when student gunman …

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