Baltimore Man Sentenced to Life Plus 20 Years for Brutal Murder of Ex-Girlfriend’s Boyfriend After Judge Allows Death Penalty Pleas

BALTIMORE, MD – A 41-year-old man from Harford County, Maryland, was sentenced on February 15 for the murder of his ex-mistress’s new boyfriend. Daniel Greene of Pylesville, Md. was found guilty of first-degree murder, home invasion, firearm use in a felony violent crime, and having a handgun on his person for the 2017 murder of 31-year-old Jon Hickey on June 23, 2023. The sentencing took place at Baltimore City Circuit Court, where Judge Ronald A. …

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Norfolk Judge to Impose 4 Life Sentences on Mass Shooter Who Killed 3 Women

NORFOLK, Va. — A judge in Norfolk, Virginia, is considering the possibility of imposing four life sentences for a mass shooter who killed three women. The shooter, who was said to have targeted his victims, may face the most severe punishment allowed under the law for his heinous crimes. The judge’s decision could bring a sense of closure to the families of the victims and the community at large. The shooting, which occurred at a …

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Lurgan Murder Suspect Shane Harte Denied Bail by Judge

LURGAN, Northern Ireland — In a recent court hearing at Craigavon Magistrates’ Court, chilling details emerged surrounding the murder of Odhran Kelly, a 23-year-old nursing assistant. Shane Harte, 32, has been charged with the murder, while his co-accused, Gary Scullion, 31, is also facing charges in connection to the death. Three women — Andrea Stevenson, Stephanie McClelland, and Crystal Angela Redden — are also facing charges arising from the tragic incident that occurred on December …

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El Paso District Court Judge Unhappy with Trial Date Delays for Walmart Mass Shooter’s Death Penalty Case

El Paso, Texas – The district court judge presiding over the El Paso Walmart mass shooter’s death penalty case has yet to set a trial date, citing ongoing disputes between state prosecutors and defense attorneys over the handling of evidence more than four years after the attack. During a recent scheduling hearing, 409th District Court Judge Sam Medrano expressed frustration at the lack of progress, stating, “I was hopeful that today we could be closer …

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Daniel Penny Chokehold Manslaughter Trial Set for March After Judge Denies Motion

NEW YORK – A Manhattan judge has denied the motion to dismiss the case of Daniel Penny, the man accused of manslaughter for fatally choking Jordan Neely on a subway car in May. Penny was charged after putting 30-year-old Neely, a Black man experiencing homelessness, in a chokehold from behind, resulting in Neely’s death. The medical examiner ruled Neely’s death a homicide caused by neck compression. Defense lawyers for Penny argued that he did not …

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Violent Assault on SEP Members: Case Presented to Judge in Moratuwa Court

MORATUWA, Sri Lanka – The legal case involving the violent assault on members of the Sri Lankan Socialist Equality Party (SEP) last year was brought before a judge at the Moratuwa Magistrate Court on January 8. Dehin Wasantha, a well-known figure at Moratuwa University, and Lakshman Fernando, a full-time SEP worker, were the victims of the attack, which allegedly involved Indika Perera and Suranga Piyawardena, president and secretary, respectively, of the Podujana Pragathishili Sevaka Sangamaya …

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Son Arrested and Charged with Capital Murder of Former Texas Judge and Wife

GEORGETOWN, Texas – A 45-year-old man has been arrested and charged with capital murder in the deaths of his parents, a retired Texas judge and his wife. Seth B. Carnes was taken into custody late Monday evening in Georgetown, Texas, following a shooting near the home of retired District Judge Alfred “Burt” Carnes and his wife Susan. According to the Williamson County Sheriff’s Office, deputies arrived at the scene around 11:45 p.m. and found Seth …

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Lawsuit Against Parkland School Deputy Can Proceed to Trial, Judge Rules

PARKLAND, Fla. – A judge has ruled that a lawsuit filed by families of the 17 people killed and other victims of the 2018 school massacre in Parkland, Florida, against former sheriff’s deputy Scot Peterson can go forward. This decision comes after Peterson filed a motion to dismiss the case before trial, which was rejected by Circuit Judge Carol-Lisa Phillips. The judge stated that a jury should determine whether Peterson displayed a “wanton and willful …

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Florida Judge Grants Couple One Week to Prevent Dismissal of Private Jet Crash Lawsuit

MIAMI, FLORIDA – A federal judge in Florida has given a couple a week to prevent the dismissal of their lawsuit against a private jet charter company. The lawsuit accuses the company of causing a crash due to negligence. The couple’s lawsuit claims that the private jet charter company is responsible for the crash and is seeking damages for the injuries sustained in the accident. The judge’s decision to grant the couple a week to …

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Gang-Rape Case Judge Speaks Out: Would Have Given Death Penalty

Retired Justice UD Salvi expressed regret for not being able to give the death penalty to 11 men he had sentenced to life imprisonment for the gang-rape of Bilkis Bano and the murder of her family members in 2008. He stated that he would have imposed the death penalty if the offense was due to personal enmity, but it was instigated instead. The Supreme Court canceled the Gujarat government’s order granting early release to the …

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