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Gun owner from Florida, found guilty of self-defense

In a case that drew national attention to Florida's Stand Your Ground weapons law, a panel of judges condemned a licensed gunman for manslaughter on Friday night after considering six hours after a one-week trial. The defendant, Michael Drejka, was accused of killing Mark McGlockton in the parking lot of a Clearwater supermarket on July 19, 2018, after arguing with …

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Serial killer pleads guilty in 2 slayings | News

CINCINNATI – A man who claims he has killed more than 90 women across the country pleaded guilty. Samuel Little appeared on Skype from the California state prison where he served multiple lives sentences. Little answered affirmatively. Marsh then sentenced him to two consecutive terms of 15 years to life. Little is probably the most prolific serial killer in US …

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Members of the Proud Boys were found guilty in fights with Antifa

A Manhattan jury convicted 27-year-old Maxwell Hare and 39-year-old John Kinsman on Monday, Manhattan district attorney Cyrus Vance Jr. said in a press release. Both are members of the Proud Boys, a right-wing extremist organization hated by the Southern Poverty Law Center. Hare and Kinsman were convicted of attempted first-degree gang attacks. attempted attack in the first, second and third …

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Hollywood ripper Michael Gargiulo is found guilty of deadly knife wounds

Hollywood ripper Michael Gargiulo was found guilty of mortally killing Ashton Kutcher's then girlfriend and mother of four before attempting to kill another woman. The 43-year-old was sentenced on Thursday for murdering Ashley Ellerin (22) and Maria Bruno (32) and attempting to convince Michelle Murphy (26) of a series of brutal attacks in the Los area between 2001 and 2008 …

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It is not pleaded guilty that the boy allegedly hit his body because he did not remove his hat during the national anthem

Curt James Brockway, wearing jeans and a short-sleeved plaid shirt, stood behind his back with his hands and looked attentively at the judge during the brief morning hearing at Mineral County Court in Superior City. Judge John Larson restored Brockway's probation from a previous conviction, which means that Brockway – with the exception of visits to doctors and his lawyer, …

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Superior man pleads not guilty in anthem assault; heavy security follows threats | Crime & Courts

SUPERIOR – The security detail on hand for Wednesday's arraignment of a man accused of choke-slamming a 13-year-old boy who did not remove his hat for the national anthem what unusually heavy, but little of this case is usual for small-town Montana. Curt Brockway and his defense attorney left the courtroom on fire escape under law enforcement's watch. Sheriff Mike …

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Todd Chrisley, wife Julie, pleaded not guilty of tax evasion

"Chrisley Knows Best" stars Julie and Todd Chrisley pleaded not guilty of tax evasion and other federal charges at a first court appearance on Wednesday, including wire fraud, wire fraud, United States conspiracy conspiracy and tax evasion. If the personalities of reality were condemned for all reasons, they would be behind bars for 30 years each. TODD CHRISLEY'S SON CHASE …

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The former president of Panama, Martinelli, is not guilty of corruption

<img class = "js-image-replace" alt = "Ricardo Martinelli leaves court after being acquitted of allegations of corruption Panama City, August 9, 2019 Man Former president of Panama, Ricardo Martinelli, was acquitted of corruption and illegal interception. The prosecution had charged Mr Martinelli with using public funds to record private conversations in order to intimidate rival politicians during their term of …

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