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Amanda Knox Murder Charge Overturned Found Guilty of Slander Instead

October 3, 2011 5:31pm by venusrising

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Amanda Knox has finally had her Murder conviction overturned in an Italian Court. Amanda Knox however has been convicted of slander for accusing club owner Patrick Lumumba of murdering Merdith Kercher. The judge released her on the 3 year slander conviction as time served; Amanda Knox has been in an Italian prison for four years. Read more

Juror Found in Contempt of Court in Trying to Facebook Friend Defendant

August 29, 2011 4:57pm by hearit

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It's the ultimate legal 'no-no': A juror tries to become friends with a court defendant. He could've wanted to be a bit more than friends. That aim toward intimacy didn't work out too well. The juror who stupidly made that request for 'friendship' official via Facebook also provided evidence against himself, garnering a legal count--or four.
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Where in the World is Casey Anthony Defense Attorney Says Only Jury Verdict Matters

July 19, 2011 12:26am by copythat

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Where in the world is Casey Anthony? Pretty much like Carmen Sandiego, nobody quite knows where she is exactly. The accused murderer's attorney could have a clue. He's got a fleet of planes and helicopters. Anthony boards a plane at Orlando Executive Airport, destination unknown -- after one defense attorney makes clear he's armed outside the jail. Read more

Domestic Violence Turns to Court Assault Defendant Attacks Kentucky Judge

July 17, 2011 7:43pm by copythat

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One woman has not had a good day: Facing domestic violence charges, Kentucky's Melissa Harvick attacks a judge, making a worthy attempt at assault while already in court over alleged abuse charges. It's not often a defendant adds two more legal charges--in court--to the current list of allegations but Harvick's upped the ante by adding contempt of court and terroristic threats. Read more

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Theme Park Lets Double Amputee on Roller Coaster Rider Falls to Death

July 13, 2011 4:31pm by hearit

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It's an unreal scenario: A Darien Lake Theme Park resort won't face criminal charges in the death of an Iraqi war veteran who literally fell to death from a roller coaster ride. It seems highly apparent the double amputee, Iraqi war veteran never should've been allowed to board the New York that plunged him to his death. Read more

Florida Judge Busted Snapping Photos of Men in Court Bathrooms Urinals

July 8, 2011 12:30am by copythat

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It seems some judges are no less weird than the people they're trying in court: A South Florida traffic court judge has reportedly been snapping with a camera instead of slamming with a gavel. The Judge is accused of taking up photography recently, on the job, and grabbing some cell phone photos -- taken in the Plantation men's room bathrooms where urinals are located. Read more

Used Car Lawyer Fears Brazilian Beauty May Be Small Claims Court Beast

May 30, 2011 6:47pm by hearit

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One attorney fears beauty may be a real beast in a small claims lawsuit against his client--a used car dealership. Read more

Best Way to Get Out of Jury Duty Name Serial Killer Friend Jeffrey Dahmer

November 8, 2010 11:57pm by hearit

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Everyone always wants to know what the best excuse is, to successfully get out of serving jury duty. Read more

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Judge Accused of Distributing Acorn Condoms in Intercourse PA

September 30, 2010 2:11pm by hearit

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Police are accusing a district judge from—where else but Intercourse, Pennsylvania (PA)—of distributing condoms hidden inside of actual acorns, handing out the prophylactic nuts to women in the state Read more

Citibank Employee Says She was Fired for Being Too Hot

June 12, 2010 12:10am by copythat

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Former New York Citigroup banker, Debrahlee Lorenzana, says she was fired because she was 'too hot' and refused to remain quiet about the discrimination against her.
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