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A police officer testified Tuesday that an investigation of a man hit by a train took a turn when he noticed a trail of blood leading from the tracks to a nearby Tim Hortons where, less than an hour earlier, he saw the accused murderer with blood
The court heard Mr Rayney asked for a "legal" device to be installed and was unaware the recording system was illegal. It is alleged by the prosecution the phone tap was installed at the request of Mr Rayney so he could listen in on his wife's
A man convicted in 1967 of killing two girls in an English village went on trial Monday, charged with the murder of a 17-year-old nanny in 1966. A prosecutor in Reading Crown Court said David Burgess, 64, became a suspect in the strangling and
A MAN fatally stabbed a woman in the hallway of a Queens apartment building Monday night and then, covered in blood, coolly strolled to a local grocery and bought a Coors Light, police and a witness said. The killer, who at least three neighbors said
40 am Los Angeles police are investigating the fatal shooting of a man on 18 th Street in Mid-City early Sunday in which more than a dozen bullets were fired, including some that pierced the front wall of a nearby church. The victim was a man in his
March 23, 2012 Students from around the world are being offered the chance to learn crime-solving skills like those seen in the TV show CSI: Crime Scene Investigation at the University of Leicester's forensic science summer school. The university's
An internal investigation continues into cases handled by a discredited former State Bureau of Investigation agent, according to North Carolina Attorney General Roy Cooper. The News & Observer of Raleigh obtained a letter to Cooper where attorney
The Wake County school board lineup that left office Tuesday decided behind closed doors last week to seek trials for 30 people charged with trespassing at board meetings, rejecting a prosecution offer to have the cases mediated. Pedestrian killed in
Forensic scientist challenged A close-up of a blood spot found on the jacket police recovered from Gary Dobson's home The evidence of a forensic scientist in the Stephen Lawrence trial has been challenged by a defence barrister.
Suggested Topics Traces of Stephen Lawrence's blood linked to a jacket belonging to one of the men accused of his murder totalled just two cubic millimetres, a court heard today. Forensic scientist Edward Jarman told a jury at the Old Bailey that "