Accused of setting fatal fire
CHARLESTON, S.C. — Dylann Roof told jurors today that he could ask them for life in prison instead of the death penalty for killing nine black church members, but he was not sure “what good that would do.” In his closing argument,
The “accidental discharge of a handgun” occurred in a men’s locker room.
Intent of shotgun in question for self-defense claim.
Three sex trafficking victims have accused site of promoting exploitation of children.
Jury to decide between death or life in prison for Charleston church shooter.
Fate of city’s cameras at stake in Ohio Supreme Court case.
Judge sets $200,000 bond for man accused of setting Avondale Avenue fire.
Refused to be interviewed at Court Diagnostic and Treatment Center.
Jerry Osley faces up to 11 years in prison when sentenced in January.