Lindsay Lohan has accepted a plea deal on a misdemeanor car crash case that includes 90 days in a locked-down rehabilitation facility that she won’t be able to leave. The 26-year-old actress, who has struggled for years with legal problems, pleaded no contest to reckless driving, lying to police and obstructing officers who were investigating the accident involving the actress in June
James Holmes has just been charged with 24 counts of 1st degree murder — two counts for each of the 12 people he shot and killed during the “Dark Knight” massacre in Colorado on July 20.
With a few short sentences, it was over. In a crowded courtroom in Perugia, an Italian court found Amanda Knox not guilty, on appeal, of the 2007 murder of her British roommate Meredith Kercher. Knox had spent the last few minutes before the judgment grimacing from stress and occasionally sobbing. She was found guilty only […]
On a cold rainy day last week, curious Parisians packed a dingy courtroom in the Palais de Justice to hear a red-robed judge pronounce sentence on Mathilde Carre. She was a pert, petite woman with bangs the very picture of a Parisian gamine
One afternoon when Joanne was nine years old she came home from school and noticed something missing.
Like many other popular attractions in Orlando, the Casey Anthony trial requires tickets. Hundreds of people show up each day to watch the murder case unfold
“Wanted: Employment as mercenary on full-time or job contract basis.
The aging bosses seated at the defense table in the packed federal courtroom in lower Manhattan look harmless enough to be spectators at a Sunday-after noon boccie game.
In a packed courtroom on the 13th floor of 100 Centre Street, Dominique Strauss-Kahn, dressed in a black suit, stood before Judge Michael J. Orbus and calmly said “not guilty.” Although he didn’t say much else, the defense that the former director of the IMF and his lawyers who proclaimed his plea a “powerful statement” of his innocence will now most likely begin building is that his encounter with the Sofitel employee was consensual.
Court on Thursday, June 2, started in typical Rod Blagojevich style. The former Illinois governor arrived and signed autographs in front of the Dirksen Federal Building.