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PHOENIX -- It has become a real-life soap opera watched by people around the world and dozens of fanatics who camp out on a Phoenix sidewalk in the middle of the night to get into the show. One seat even sold for $200. A cable network has set up a stage...
Tribune reporterA U.S. District judge today ordered that an Aurora teen continue to be detained on terrorism-related charges, reversing a decision a day earlier by a magistrate judge to allow him to go home to his family on 24-hour confinement. U.S. District Judge...
Tags: Jihad, Judges, Religious Conflicts, Terrorism, Prosecution
Months before a federal indictment detailed allegations of corruption at the Baltimore City Detention Center, the smuggling and sexual improprieties at the core of that case had already been outlined in an inmate's lawsuit. Calvin Hemphill, in a...
Partway through his trial, a Bethlehem teen who helped rob two Lehigh University students decided Wednesday to plead guilty — a choice he made after a mix-up at Northampton County Prison allowed him one last breath of freedom. The now 18-year-old...
A Washington, D.C., police officer was charged Tuesday with money laundering in connection with an alleged drug-trafficking scheme in the Pittsburgh and Baltimore areas. Federal authorities say more than $2 million in proceeds from cocaine was hidden....
SANFORD — It was a moment of high drama as murder suspect George Zimmerman stood in front of a judge and answered her questions in a calm, clear voice: Yes, he knows he is giving up a chance to spare himself a trial but, no, he does not want a...
This post has been corrected. See note at bottom for details.WASHINGTON -- Sens. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) and John McCain (R-Ariz.), said Saturday in a joint statement that alleged Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev should be denied a defense attorney and declared an “enemy combatant.” They added...
The criminal allegations against Nolan Bernard could put him in prison for life. But on Monday, it was his tenuous link to Orange County's home-confinement program — through its most damning failure, the case of Bessman Okafor — that he was...
Tags: Trials, Government, Privatization, Police Arrests, Prosecution
The head of Orange County's corrections department and one of his chief deputies are out following two scathing internal reports released Thursday that found little oversight within the agency's embattled home-confinement program. Orange County Mayor...
Tags: Apopka, Ocoee, Standards, Judges, Prosecution
The suspect in the killing of a home-invasion witness — whose case sparked scandal in the Orange County Corrections Department — was recently transferred to the Seminole County jail. Orange County spokesman Steve Triggs said "no incident...
If he could talk to Gov. Rick Scott, Seth Penalver would have one simple question. "Would you kill me?" Penalver, 40, was acquitted late last year on three counts of first-degree murder, the end of an 18-year saga that brought him from Broward...
Caught with a couple of joints he didn't get the chance to light up, Eric Staton was ordered to appear before a Baltimore judge. Two weeks later, in a basement courtroom on North Avenue, prosecutors said they would drop the possession charge if Staton...
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