G. Dep, 37, a married father of three school-age children, faces the possibility of 25 years to life behind bars if he’s convicted.
The governor’s proposed constitutional amendment would put New Jersey’s bail laws in line with the federal system.
Prosecutors in the Roger Clemens perjury case said Friday they had made an honest mistake in showing jurors inadmissible evidence and that shouldn’t save the baseball star from facing a new trial.
Three stock traders have been convicted in the second federal trial stemming from a massive probe of insider trading at hedge funds.
The arguments were expected to last all day Wednesday. They’ll include the replaying of some of the hundreds of taped phone conversations made by the government.
New York Yankees pitcher Cory Lidle and a flight instructor did everything they could to save their lives after the small plane they were piloting malfunctioned, causing them to crash into a Manhattan building, a lawyer for the men’s families told a jury Wednesday at the start of a civil trial.
Week three (and, probably, the final week) of the Barry Bonds trial starts today in federal district court in San Francisco. Here’s what to expect…
Propective jurors groaned during the selection process Monday as the judge told them how long the trial could last. Only 18 of 130 people said they would be willing to participate.
The toxic tower contaminated by debris from the Sept. 11 terror attacks is finally gone. But it will be in the spotlight again at an upcoming trial surrounding the deaths of two firefighters in a 2007 blaze there.
A handcuffed Muzzammil Hassan was escorted from the Buffalo courtroom by a half dozen court officers after a strident appeal to Erie County Judge Thomas Franczyk that failed to change the judge’s mind.
A man accused of gunning down a New Jersey police officer is scheduled to make his first appearance in court Tuesday afternoon.
The trial starts this week for a 29-year-old New York man accused of killing a husband and wife at their Connecticut jewelry store in 2005.
Opening statements in the second-degree murder trial of Muzzammil Hassan were scheduled to start Tuesday in Erie County Court in Buffalo.
Potential jurors are being asked whether they have issues with the Pakistan-born Hassan’s ethnicity, or the fact that he’s Muslim and may claim self-defense.
Prosecution and defense lawyers expected it would take longer than usual to seat 12 jurors for Muzzammil Hassan’s trial because of media attention the case has received since February 2009.