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226. Scandals in New Brazil Government Offer Rousseff Hope of Survival
June 07, 2016

BRASILIA — A wave of scandals buffeting Brazil's interim government is weakening the resolve of some senators to oust suspended President Dilma Rousseff, offering the leftist leader hope of surviving an impeachment trial in the upper house. Soccer-star-turned-Senator Romario shocked the government last week when he announced he was no longer certain to vote in favor of removing Rousseff. Brazil's first female leader was placed on trial by the Senate last month on charges of breaking budget rules. His announcement followed a flurry of gaffes, policy missteps and scandals that h... (read more)

227. November Trial Set in US Case Against Accused Charleston Church Shooter
June 07, 2016

CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA— A U.S. judge on Tuesday set a Nov. 7 date for the federal trial of the white man accused of killing nine black parishioners in a racially motivated attack at a church in Charleston a year ago. U.S. District Judge Richard Gergel set the federal proceedings, in which prosecutors will seek the death penalty for Dylann Roof, ahead of a state capital punishment trial scheduled for January. Gergel said up to 1,500 people from across South Carolina could be called as possible jurors for the federal trial. Federal prosecutors said last month that they intended t... (read more)

228. Wrongful death attorney in Chicago - The Most Potential Service Provider
June 01, 2016

In the case of any death caused due to wrongful or act of negligence of another person or organization, a claim can be initiated to get compensation or to get the accused behind the bar. It can be noted that a wrongful death may occur due to accidents by transport, medical malpractices or product liability, which are coming under the purview of the Wrongful Death Act and subject to trial by the court. The Wrongful death attorney Chicago is having all the requisite knowledge of the law, experience and exposure to deal any wrongful death case and able to provide the right kind of support to the ... (read more)

Author: Vikram kumar

229. Minnesota Islamic State Trial Goes to Jury
June 01, 2016

A jury in Minnesota is deliberating the case of three Somali-Americans facing several charges, including conspiring to provide material support to the Islamic State and conspiring to commit murder outside the United States. After the prosecution and defense concluded their closing arguments and rebuttals Wednesday, U.S. District Judge Michael Davis read instructions and told the jury of seven women and five men to reach a "just verdict," to rely on evidence and to conduct their deliberations without prejudice. Mohamed Abdihamid Farah and Abdurahman Yasin Daud, both in their ... (read more)

230. Israeli Extremist Released from 'Administrative Detention'
June 01, 2016

Israel released a Jewish extremist Wednesday after he had been detained for 10 months without trial. Meir Ettinger was arrested last year after a fire killed three people, including a toddler, in their home in the West Bank. Ettinger was one among multiple extremists detained without trial following the tragedy, under "administrative detention" - a measure most often used by Israel on Palestinians suspected of militant activity. The Shin Bet internal security agency, which was responsible for his internment, declined to say why he was being released, but confirmed that his t... (read more)

231. Former Police Officer Guilty of Murder for Hire
May 31, 2016

Former Chicago police officer and convicted wife killer Drew Peterson has been found guilty of trying to hire someone to kill the prosecutor who helped to convict him. Peterson, who sat expressionless as the verdict was read in court Tuesday, already is serving time for the murder of his third wife, Kathleen Savio. It was the lead prosecutor in his murder trial, State's Attorney James Glasgow, whom Peterson targeted for death from inside prison. Peterson faces a mandatory sentence of 20 to 40 years in prison for solicitation of murder for hire, and 15 to 30 years in prison for sol... (read more)

232. Egypt Orders Trial for Journalists Charged With Harboring Reporters
May 31, 2016

Egyptian prosecutors have ordered the head of the country's journalists union and two other senior union officials to stand trial for allegedly spreading false news and harboring fugitive colleagues. The order, issued Monday, targets union chief Yehia Qalash, Khaled al-Balshy and Gamal Abdel Rahim. It calls them to trial on June 4 in Cairo. The controversial case stems from a May 1 police raid on the Cairo offices of the Egyptian Journalists Syndicate, where police aimed to arrest two opposition journalists who had sought refuge inside. Qalash and the union condemned those arre... (read more)

233. Ivory Coast Former First Lady Goes on Trial as Supporters Cry Harassment
May 31, 2016

In Ivory Coast, the wife of former President Laurent Gbagbo goes on trial Tuesday.  Simone Gbagbo, also known as the “Iron Lady”, is accused of crimes against humanity, prisoners of war, and the civilian population for her alleged role in that country’s 2010 post-election violence that killed more than 3,000 people. She already has been handed a 20 year jail sentence for "attacking state authority." Her husband, former President Laurent Gbagbo and his former youth minister Charles Ble Goude, are currently on trial at the International Criminal Court (I... (read more)

234. Senegal Court to Deliver Verdict in Habré Case
May 30, 2016

A court in Senegal is set to deliver a verdict Monday in the trial of former Chadian dictator Hissène Habré. Habré was tried on charges of war crimes, torture and crimes against humanity by a special tribunal known as the Extraordinary African Chambers. The verdict could mark the end of a battle to bring the former leader to justice in Senegal, where he fled and has lived in exile after being overthrown in a coup in 1990. “It took 25 years of relentless campaigning by Hissène Habré’s victims to make this trial happen,” said Reed Brody, counsel at Human Rights Watc... (read more)

235. Should you be representing yourself in court?
May 28, 2016

In the UK, citizens have the possibility to represent themselves in court, because it has become a necessity of the civil society to entitle those who cannot afford paying a lawyer to have a fair chance during trial. In some legal situations representing yourself could be the smartest choice. With such a variety or accurate legal information accessible online for all citizen, you can have the opportunity to win a case without needing to spend a fortune on the services of Solicitors. Self-representation can be both effective and affordable, especially when it comes to small civil trials. Whethe... (read more)

Author: Fabiola Groshan

236. Verdict Expected Monday in Former Chadian Ruler's Trial
May 25, 2016

A court in Senegal is scheduled to deliver a verdict Monday in the trial of former Chadian dictator Hissene Habre. Habre was tried on charges of crimes against humanity, torture and war crimes before a special tribunal in Dakar, the Extraordinary African Chambers. The verdict could mark the end of a battle to bring Habre to justice in Senegal, to which he fled and where he has lived since being overthrown in a coup in 1990. “It took 25 years of relentless campaigning by Hissene Habre’s victims to make this trial happen,” said Reed Brody, counsel at Human Rights Wa... (read more)

237. Analyst: Savchenko Release Shows Russia Wants Negotiations
May 25, 2016

MOSCOW— Russia’s release of Ukrainian pilot Nadiya Savchenko, exchanged for two Russian servicemen, was welcomed by rights groups and supporters. They maintain her nearly two-year detention, trial, and 22-year sentence on charges of complicity in the deaths of two Russian journalists in east Ukraine was a political show. "When Savchenko was convicted we spoke critically of that process,” said Denis Krivosheev, deputy director of the Europe and Central Asia regional office at Amnesty International. “It was highly politicized. It was clear that she did not receive a ... (read more)

238. Comedian Bill Cosby to Stand Trial on Rape Charges
May 24, 2016

A U.S. judge has ordered television and movie star Bill Cosby to stand trial on charges of sexual assault. The 78-year-old actor and comedian is accused of drugging and molesting a former Temple University employee in his Pennsylvania home in 2004. Dozens of women have said Cosby sexually assaulted them, but only one case fell within the statute of limitations. Zlatica Hoke reports.... (read more)

239. Judge Orders TV Icon Cosby to Stand Trial for Sexual Assault
May 24, 2016

A Pennsylvania judge on Tuesday ordered American comedy icon Bill Cosby to stand trial on allegations that he sexually assaulted a woman in his Philadelphia home in 2004. Judge Elizabeth McHugh ruled there was enough evidence to warrant a criminal trial for the 78-year-old comedian. She wished Cosby luck at the end of the three-hour hearing, and he thanked her before leaving the courtroom. No trial date was set. If convicted, Cosby could face 10 years in prison and a $250,000 fine. He already pleaded not guilty during a hearing in December and is free on $1 million bail. Cosb... (read more)

240. FBI 'Set Up' Our Sons Somali-American Defendants' Mothers Say
May 24, 2016

The mothers of two Somali-Americans on trial for allegedly planning to join Islamic State say their sons were "set up" by an FBI informant. The women spoke to VOA Somali outside a Minneapolis court Monday, after the government's star witness, informant Abdirahman Bashir, told the court under cross examination that the FBI paid him $100,000. The mother of defendant Abdirahman Daud called Bashir a "criminal" motivated by money. No credibility "He is a liar who wanted to sell our boys and to set them up," Farhiya Mohamed said.  "He was u... (read more)

241. Appeals Court Tosses out $1.2 Billion Fine Against Bank of America
May 23, 2016

A U.S. federal appeals court threw out a mortgage fraud conviction Monday against Bank of America and dismissed a $1.2 billion fine against the country's second-biggest bank. The three-judge panel in New York ruled there was not enough evidence for a jury to find the bank liable at a 2013 trial. The judges said U.S. prosecutors failed to prove that Bank of America's Countrywide Financial division purposely set out to sell fraudulent mortgages. A Bank of America spokesman says the bank is pleased by the appeals court ruling. The U.S. Attorney's office in New York, which ... (read more)

242. Baltimore Police Officer Acquitted in Freddie Gray Case
May 23, 2016

A Baltimore police officer was found not guilty on charges related to the death of Freddie Gray, a young African-American man who died last year after suffering severe injuries in the back of a police van. Officer Edward Nero faced charges of second-degree assault, reckless endangerment and misconduct in office. He was acquitted Monday of the charges following a bench trial, which he had requested.  Nero faced up to 10 years in prison if he had been convicted. Prosecutors say the 30-year-old officer unlawfully arrested Gray, 25, on April 12, 2015 without probable cause and fai... (read more)

243. Alleged IS Supporters Heard Discussing Syria Travel Plans
May 20, 2016

WASHINGTON/MINNEAPOLIS— Three Minnesota men charged with trying to join Islamic State were heard discussing their travel plans to Syria in recordings played Friday at their trial in Minneapolis. Guled Ali Omar, Mohamed Farah and Abdulrahman Duad were in the courtroom, listening to the recordings and testimony from their former friend, FBI informant Abdirahman Bashir. On the recordings, the three men, all Somali-Americans, make a Skype call to a Minnesota friend who had gone to Syria and joined IS.  The men discussed the money and documents they would need for the trip.   ... (read more)

244. 'El Chapo' Cleared for Extradition to the United States
May 20, 2016

Mexico on Friday approved the extradition to the United States of Joaquin Guzman, also known as "El Chapo," Mexico's most powerful drug lord and one of the world's most notorious criminals. The Mexican government issued a statement permitting Guzman to be extradited to the United States for trial. He is wanted in the states of California and Texas on charges of drug trafficking, money laundering and murder. Mexico's Foreign Relations Department ruled that he could be transferred to the United States after U.S. officials provided what it called "adequate guar... (read more)

245. Russian Performance Artist Convicted in Pro-Ukraine Protest
May 19, 2016

MOSCOW— A Russian performance artist known for his radical politically charged performances was convicted Thursday of vandalism for a pro-Ukraine protest and sentenced to 16 months in prison. A court in Moscow found Pyotr Pavlensky guilty, though he won't have to serve prison time because the statute of limitations had expired. But he remains in custody while awaiting trial in Moscow in a second case. Pavlensky was convicted for a performance on Feb. 23, 2014, in which he and other activists had waved Ukrainian flags, burned tires and banged metal sheets with sticks near a St. Pet... (read more)

246. Iranian-Turkish Businessman Seeks Bond in Sanctions Evasion Case
May 19, 2016

WASHINGTON— Lawyers for an Iranian-Turkish national arrested in March on charges of conspiring to evade U.S. sanctions against Iran have asked a federal court to set a $50 million bond for his release until trial. Reza Zarrab is one of three people charged in what prosecutors allege was a five-year scheme involving millions of dollars in transactions on behalf of the Iranian government and businesses. Iran has been under various U.S. economic sanctions since 1979 that bar transactions involving U.S. entities and those related to Iran and its government.  Those are different from ... (read more)

247. For Brazil's New President, Economic Stagnation Least of Woes
May 13, 2016

Brazil's interim president Michel Temer begins his new administration Friday as hundreds of supporters of his beleaguered predecessor continue street demonstrations and regional leaders denounce the senate's vote for an impeachment trial as a literal coup. The former vice president installed a business-friendly cabinet Thursday, just hours after senators voted to temporarily remove his former ally-turned-political enemy, Dilma Rousseff, from power for alleged corruption.  Temer's government has the daunting challenge of pulling the country out of a deep recession and ref... (read more)

248. Trial of Baltimore Officer in Freddie Gray Death Begins
May 12, 2016

A white Baltimore police officer went on trial on Thursday on charges stemming the death of Freddie Gray, a black man who died from injuries while in police custody, with a prosecutor arguing that he failed to follow department procedures. But a lawyer for the officer, Edward Nero, contended that he had little to do with Gray's arrest and transport in a police van. Gray, 25, died in April 2015 from a broken neck suffered in the vehicle. Nero, a 30-year-old former volunteer firefighter, is the second officer to face trial in Baltimore City Circuit Court in connection with Gray'... (read more)

249. Judge Rules Planned Parenthood Shooter Incompetent for Trial
May 11, 2016

A judge in the western U.S. state of Colorado has ruled a man charged with killing three people and wounding nine others in a shooting spree at a Planned Parenthood clinic last year is mentally incompetent to stand trial. Robert Lewis Dear has admitted guilt in the shootings, referring to himself in court as a "warrior for babies." Judge Gilbert Martinez said Wednesday that Dear will be sent to a mental health facility with his trial put on hold until he is able to understand the proceedings and contribute to his defense. The ruling followed evaluations by two psychologis... (read more)

250. Police, Protesters Clash in Brazil Ahead of Impeachment Vote
May 11, 2016

Brazilian police and supporters of embattled president Dilma Rousseff faced off in front of the Senate on Wednesday prior to a vote that could see her suspended from office and put on trial for corruption charges. Police needed to use pepper spray to hold back Rousseff supporters who had been throwing flares at them. A metal fence was erected to separate the pro-Rousseff crowd from about 6,000 impeachment backers. Several protesters needed to be carted away by rescue workers after inhaling pepper spray fumes. One person was arrested for inciting violence. Brazil's supreme court... (read more)

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