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A preliminary hearing was scheduled Thursday for a man accused of burglarizing a home in 4S Ranch while a 12-year-old boy was home alone. Duane Edward Herrmann, 43, is jailed on suspicion of felony burglary and other crimes in connection with the Feb.
ET Richard Henry Bain had previous told the judge he intended represent himself in future court appearances. (CBC) A judge ruled Wednesday that the accused in Quebec's 2012 election night shooting should have access to a state-funded lawyer.
A recently exonerated man who spent nearly 25 years behind bars for a killing that happened while he was at Disney World is getting help from dozens of well-wishers who have contributed to an online fund for him. About 70 people had given a total of
Drozd found Shirley Osgood, a 66-year-old from Grass Valley, not guilty because, the judge ruled, video footage of her alleged crime was inconclusive. From time to time in acts of civil disobedience, some protesters deliberately step across white
In Illinois, there are certain procedures that you can take to clear your criminal past or limit its disclosure. Under the law, these procedures are called expungement and record sealing. Expungement in Illinois Under Illinois law, if criminal record
Judge Curtis Karnow ruled Tuesday that the county can file a cross-complaint in the lawsuit aimed at unraveling the three-way partnership backing the $400 million desal project, which fell apart in the wake of revelations regarding former county
A woman received the death sentence at the High Court on Tuesday after she and her step sister were found guilty of killing their step mother by suffocating her with a pillow two years ago. Judge Datuk Akhtar Tahir held that the unemployed accused
President Kiir is well known among his comrades of intelligence and calmness, he never forgets, always forgives, but for him the year 1991 is not forgivable or forgettable. The question is whether he will forgive Pagan and his comrades who are
La Paz County Deputy Public Defender Robin Puchek displays the plaque he received from Arizona Attorneys for Criminal Justice for being named Outstanding Attorney of the Year from a Rural County.Submitted photo. La Paz County Deputy Public Defender
Hospitals have staff conferences to examine why patients died. Airline pilots have a system for voluntarily submitting information on safety concerns. Yet the life-and-death world of criminal justice often operates without a similar mechanism for