Criminal Justice

White-Collar Crime

Two former Utah attorneys general charged in bribery case seek separate trials

Trials & Litigation

Sequestered juror’s Internet surfing at issue in Palm Beach polo mogul’s DUI manslaughter retrial

Evidence

‘Comedy’ video of woman using drugs and criticizing probation officer puts her behind bars

Law Firms

Man dies after lighting truck on fire and driving it into law firm

Criminal Justice

John Grisham says US ‘has gone nuts’ with child porn incarcerations, then issues apology

Trials & Litigation

DA: ‘Hit list’ shows inmate sought to kill 9 witnesses, suggesting methods and order of slayings

Criminal Justice

Lawyer gets 6 months for setting up school volunteer in faked drug case

Criminal Justice

Bicyclist who didn’t outfit baby with helmet says cops choked him and forcibly took the boy away

Trials & Litigation

Judge clears courtroom after noticing police report said arrestee claimed to have Ebola

Bankruptcy Law

Settlement saves convicted attorney from making lengthy handcuffed trip to testify about law firm

Criminal Justice

Prosecutors argue stand-your-ground law doesn’t apply in cases of domestic violence

Internet Law

Law requiring sex offenders to reveal Internet aliases does not violate First Amendment, court rules

White-Collar Crime

Disbarred lawyer who stole from his own mother and others gets 44 months in federal prison

White-Collar Crime

Ex-partner of law firm indicted, accused of aiding unlawful use of energy tax credits by clients

Criminal Justice

Missing woman found forgotten in holding area of closed courthouse

Criminal Justice

Lawyer who robbed 3 banks and shot state trooper gets 24 years

Entertainment & Sports Law

FIFA’s culture of secrecy criticized by former US Atty who investigated World Cup bidding process

Criminal Justice

Ex-judge gets 60 days and 6 months of house arrest for prostitution and court records convictions

Criminal Justice

Fax from Toronto lawyer helped police find victim’s head

Criminal Justice

Prisons go up for sale as incarceration rates decline