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I wasn't going to write about the Casey Anthony case today, if ever. Frankly, the whole thing disgusted me, and, having spent a lot of time in courtrooms, I can do without dealing with the tedium of long trials. Then, late Tuesday, the column I had...
Tags: Lawyers, Trials, Crimes, Justice System, Crime, Law and Justice
If Casey Anthony had been tried 30 years ago in that same Orange County courtroom, she probably would be facing a death sentence today instead of the few measly years she spent awaiting trial. The 25-year-old mother who last week slipped out of a...
2.5 stars (out of 4) Besides his not-insignificant role in Rage Against the Machine as one of the most innovative guitarists of the last 20 years, Tom Morello has had a long history as an activist. It’s part of his family’s DNA; his...
When a man was murdered at the Springhill Apartments on Indianapolis’ northwest side recently, it brought back chilling memories to Brandon Meredith because that’s where his sister was killed 25 years ago. Trisha Meredith, 19, was stabbed...
Belvin Perry may be best known as the even-keeled jurist presiding over the Casey Anthony case, which epitomizes this country's ability to turn most any tragedy into time-killing entertainment. But the veteran judge's true legacy is part of a report he...
Tags: Lawyers, Police Investigations, Crimes, Justice System, Judges
Adoption is a subject very near and dear to my heart. For one, I went through the process myself when I became a Bade legally. My biological dad was out of the picture and the Bades made me a part of their family album when Mom remarried. ...
People often ask me what I write about in my first-Sunday-of-the-month-Lifestyle column. "Anything I darn well please," I answer. It's true. I appreciate the freedom editors give me. I've got a list of "evergreens" — topics that work any...
The Hartford CourantIf we get anything out of this latest death penalty debate, maybe it will be some honesty. I'll start. I don't like state government killing people, because government will inevitably mess it up. I won't tell you that I think the death penalty is...
When James Bain was released from prison last week after 35 years, he wanted two things: A glazed doughnut. And to hug his mother. The scene -- a grateful and humble 54-year-old man emerging from a cell after science indisputably proved his innocence --...
Tags: Lawyers, Trials, Bill McCollum, Crimes, Justice System
Richard Lapointe gently shook my hand, asked for my press I.D. and made a joke. "Strong like bull," he said with a wink when I asked how he's feeling. "Smell like bull, too." This was the benign jokester his friends told me about. But I had come to...
L.A. NOWA possible shooting Wednesday inside Folsom State Prison left at least 11 people injured, officials said....
L.A. NOWA 25-year-old man has been found guilty of fatally stabbing the son of a Japanese filmmaker in a Beverly Hills carport in 2010, a crime that prosecutors allege was fueled by the man’s belief that the victim had forced his......
Jul 6, 2011 |Column| Imperial Valley Press Online
Jul 9, 2011 |Column| Orlando Sentinel
Jul 15, 2011 |Column| Chicago Tribune
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