Brothers Convicted In Teterboro Charter Jet Crash TrialAn investigation born of a fiery plane crash nearly six years ago culminated Monday in convictions for two brothers accused of skirting safety regulations.
Deliberations To Resume In Teterboro Crash TrialThe now-defunct company's clients included film and music celebrities. Some paid as much as $85,000 for flights.
Jurors Deliberate Fate Of Fla. Charter Firm ExecsBrothers Michael and Paul Brassington were indicted last year and accused of running illegal commercial charters and skirting safety requirements.
Charter Jet Trial Goes To The JuryA lawyer for a former charter jet company executive told jurors the government's fraud case against his client is based on flawed testimony.
Prosecutor: Charter Jet Exec Put Money Above SafetyAn executive lied about the weights of his planes, a practice that culminated in a fiery crash at Teterboro Airport that injured 20 people and caused millions in damage, a federal prosecutor told jurors Monday.
Prosecutor: Jet Co. Compromised Safety For GreedThe government alleges Platinum lied about its planes' weights in order to stock up on fuel at airports where they could get a cheaper price, like Teterboro.
Opening Statements Begin In Teterboro Crash TrialOpening statements are getting under way at the federal trial of three officials from a charter jet company whose plane crashed at a New Jersey airport.