SANFORD, FLORIDA: On the heels of a not guilty verdict, outraged trial observers are stunned. How could someone fatally shoot an unarmed teen and walk out of the courtroom as if it never happened. What went wrong? Continue Reading
HOUSTON: Guns, knives, bottles and baseball bats, weapons commonly used in assaults and homicides. Add to the list, killer shoes. Continue Reading
It started with repeated complaints to state officials about the conditions of the clinic, 46 lawsuits against Gosnell and five inspections since his abortion clinic opened in 1979. Continue Reading
The teenager was playing goalie when ref Ricardo Portillo issued him a yellow card for pushing an opposing forward trying to score a goal. A yellow card is given as a warning.
The teenager argued with the referee, then hammered a punch to his face. Continue Reading
PHOENIX: After five years, a jury of 8 men and 4 women found Jodi Arias guilty of first-degree murder in the death of Travis Alexander. Not since the trial of Casey Anthony has a case drawn so much media attention and mob mentality. The trial was a tabloid sensation.
High profile cases have become the theatrical stomping ground of lawyers and a revered spectator sport for the world. Spectators willingly travel long distances to stand outside courthouses to cheer for justice. We stuck close to our news stations, twitter, and computer feeds to soak up every detail of how a love affair between ordinary people had gone wrong and ended in a grizzly slaying. Continue Reading