Jury Phase Delayed, Another Witness Due In Trial Over Boy Scout's DeathThe defense continued its case Thursday in the drunk driving trial of Thomas Murphy, the Holbrook man accused of striking and killing 12-year-old Boy Scout Andrew McMorris.
Defense Launches Case In Drunk Driving Trial Of Man Accused Of Striking, Killing Boy ScoutThomas Murphy is accused of being legally drunk hours after the crash when his blood was drawn, but a defense expert testified that reading was flawed.
Father Of LI Boy Scout Takes The Stand Against Driver Accused Of Killing His SonThe courtroom was packed Thursday to hear heartwrenching testimony in the drunk driving trial of the man who hit and killed a Boy Scout last year. 
Judge May Drop Some Top Charges In Trial Of Man Accused Of Drunk Driving Death Of Boy ScoutA judge denied a motion for a mistrial, but indicated that he will drop four of the top counts Thomas Murphy is facing because they are "not legally sustainable" and "there is a built in reasonable doubt."
Teen Boy Scout Takes Stand In Trial Of LI Man Accused Of Killing 12-Year-Old In DWI CrashWitness after witness described the Boy Scout hike through Suffolk County that turned into their worst nightmare last year.
Golf Buddy Testifies Man Accused In Killing Of Long Island Boy Scout Was In No Condition To DriveThere was key testimony Wednesday in the trial of the driver who allegedly plowed into a pack of Boy Scouts last year, killing one of them.
Trial Underway For Long Island Man Accused Of Killing 12-Year-Old Boy Scout In DWI CrashIt was a packed courtroom on Tuesday and a jury heard two opposite narratives during opening statements in the trial of a driver who admits he killed a Long Island Boy Scout, but says it wasn't a crime.
Boy Scouts, Family Honor 12-Year-Old Killed By Suspected Drunk Driver One Year After His DeathThe day-long memorial hike brought comfort and solace to Andrew's mother, Alisa, and father, John.
Judge Rules Admissions Made By Driver At Scene Of Alleged Drunk-Driving Death Of Boy Scout Are AdmissibleEmotions ran high in a Suffolk County courthouse Tuesday during a pretrial hearing in the alleged drunk-driving death of a Boy Scout last year.
Long Island Congresswoman Proposes Mandate Requiring All New Cars To Have Blood-Alcohol Detection CapabilitiesCan deadly habits behind the wheel be changed by technology? That's the aim behind a package of bills before Congress that could stop drunk drivers before they can even start a car.
Driver Who Admitted To Drinking Before Crash That Killed Boy Scout Will Stand TrialThomas Murphy rejected a plea deal in the case Thursday.