O.J. Simpson’s former lawyer’s work is expected to again draw withering criticism Tuesday in a Las Vegas courtroom where the imprisoned former football star and his new attorneys are trying to convince a Nevada judge that Simpson deserves a new trial.
Oscar Pistorius held his head in his hands and wept openly in court Friday as prosecutors said they would pursue a charge of premeditated murder against the Paralympic superstar.
Chaos and commotion broke out just steps from Family Court in Central Islip on Tuesday. The incident was described by some witnesses as a soap opera gone wild.
A judge ruled Wednesday that the Empire State Development Corp. erred in granting approval to developer Bruce Ratner’s basketball arena and housing project by not first conducting a thorough environmental review.
Rajat Gupta said Friday in court papers that he denies all allegations of wrongdoing and “stands ready to mount a defense against each and every one of the commission’s charges.”
The 56-year-old Irvington resident has maintained he’s innocent. His 53-year-old cousin, Philander Hampton of Jersey City, has pleaded not guilty.
The 56-year-old Irvington resident has insisted he is innocent, and his 53-year-old cousin, Philander Hampton of Jersey City, has pleaded not guilty.
Jurors in a capital murder trial heard stark, chilling evidence about how three victims died, and how their alleged killers joked while they planned the infamous Cheshire home invasion.
A federal appeals court says a former traffic court judge must lose his law license for going on a date with a defendant and then ruling in her favor.
The Connecticut judge presiding at the trial of Steven Hayes — charged in a deadly home invasion — has been discharged from the hospital.
Jurors are reliving the horror of a brutal home invasion and triple-murder in a New Haven courtroom this week. On Thursday, the only survivor sat through a presentation of crime scene photos of the home where his wife and two daughters were killed.
An appeals court has thrown out a robbery conviction because a New York judge called a defense lawyer “a clown” and “silly” in front of the jury.
A 90-year-old western New York man has been sentenced to 17 1/2 years in prison for battering his wife of nearly 68 years to death with a hammer.
Dozens who recouped more than their investments in Bernard Madoff’s business have asked a federal court to force a trustee to include fictitious profits when considering how victims get paid back.