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251. Minneapolis Terrorism Trial Focuses on IS Recruitment
May 11, 2016

Three Somali-American men on trial in Minneapolis, Minnesota, face the possibility of 15 years to life in prison for allegedly conspiring to provide material support to the Islamic State group and commit murder outside the United States.  But the trial also brings into sharp focus the radical group's global reach and concerns within the Somali-American community about judicial fairness and how that could affect collaboration with law enforcement. Mohamed Abdihamid Farah and Abdurahman Yasin Daud, both in their early 20s, and Guled Ali Omar are among a group of Somali-American me... (read more)

252. Judge to Determine Officer's Fate in Freddie Gray Case
May 11, 2016

Baltimore Police Officer Edward Nero, one of six facing charges in the death of Freddie Gray, on Thursday will stand trial before a judge rather than a jury, clearing the way for a quick resolution to his emotionally charged case. Nero, 30, is the second officer to face trial in connection with Gray's death in April 2015 from a neck injury suffered in a police transport van. He is white; Gray, 25, was black. The incident sparked rioting and protests across the city of 620,000 and has been one of those highlighted by the Black Lives Matter movement. The officer, who faces charges o... (read more)

253. Brazil's President on Verge of Suspension
May 11, 2016

Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff could be only hours away from suspension from office as the country's Senate begins debate Wednesday morning on whether to put her on trial. The vote on suspending Rousseff and beginning an impeachment trial is expected late Wednesday night or early Thursday. Newspaper polls have indicated that 50 senators are expected to vote for a trial - many more than the majority needed. However, it is not clear that these senators would also vote to convict her. ... (read more)

254. Rousseff Impeachment Thrown Into Confusion
May 10, 2016

Brazil's acting House speaker has reversed his decision to annul the impeachment of President Dilma Rousseff.   A reason for the quick reversal was not given. But now that Speaker Waldir Maranhao has formally reversed the decision he made Monday, proceedings against Rousseff can continue. If the Senate puts Rousseff on trial, her presidency would be suspended and Vice President Michel Temer, a former ally turned political enemy, would take over. Rousseff is accused of manipulating state funds to hide the state of the country's finances during her 2014 reelection c... (read more)

255. Rwandan Mayors Tried in France Over Genocide Charges
May 10, 2016

Two former Rwandan mayors go on trial in France Tuesday, facing charges of genocide and crimes against humanity stemming from the 1994 massacres in the Central African country. Tite Barahirwa, 64, and Octavien Ngenzi, 58, are accused of playing a direct role in the massacre of some 2,000 Tutsis who sought refuge in a church in the eastern town of Kabarondo on April 13, 1994. Witnesses have said they saw Barahirwa wielding a spear at a rally at a football field, where he called for "work" — a code word for killing Tutsis — on the morning of the 13th. Both forme... (read more)

256. Minnesota IS Terror Case Underway
May 09, 2016

WASHINGTON— Jury selection began in Minnesota Monday in the federal trial of three Somali-Americans accused of conspiring to provide material support to the Islamic State group. Mohamed Farah, 22, Guled Omar, 21 and Abdirahman Daud 22, were among several Minnesota men who met numerous times from March 2014 to April 2015 to look for the best way to travel to Syria to join the terror group. The men were all stopped by law enforcement before they could board planes. Federal prosecutors said the three have been charged with conspiring to commit murder outside the U.S., which if found, car... (read more)

257. Ivory Coast Tries Former First Lady for Crimes Against Humanity
May 09, 2016

ABIDJAN— While the trial of former Ivorian president Laurent Gbagbo resumes at the International Criminal Court for crimes against humanity during the 2010-2011 post-election crisis, the trial of his wife Simone Gbagbo, who faces similar charges, opens in Ivory Coast. Simone Gbagbo's supporters gave her a warm welcome as she entered the criminal court that will judge her in Abidjan. The former first lady is being tried for crimes allegedly committed during the post-electoral crisis in 2010 and 2011, triggered after her husband, then president Laurent Gbagbo, and contestant Alassan... (read more)

258. Trial Opens for Israeli Soldier Who Killed Wounded Palestinian
May 09, 2016

The trial of an Israeli soldier accused of killing a wounded Palestinian assailant has opened at a military court near Tel Aviv. Nineteen-year-old Elor Azaria faces charges of manslaughter and inappropriate conduct in the March 24 shooting.   The incident, in the West Bank city of Hebron, came to light after a video showed Azaria shooting dead 21-year-old Abdel-Fattah al-Sharif after he was on the ground and injured, following the stabbing of an Israeli soldier. In its indictment, the military prosecution said Azaria "acted in contrast to the rules of opening fire and wit... (read more)

259. Turkish Journalists Sentenced
May 07, 2016

Authorities in Turkey detained two more people in connection with Friday’s attack on a leading journalist hours before he was sentenced to more than five years in prison. According to Turkish media, two friends of the gunman who fired at Can Dundar, editor-in-chief of the opposition newspaper Cumhuriyet, were detained for questioning Saturday. Dundar, who escaped unharmed, was sentenced to five years and 10 months in prison at the closed-door trial in Istanbul, while the paper's Ankara bureau chief Erdem Gul was sentenced to five years. Both were found guilty of revealing... (read more)

260. Egyptian Court Sentences 6 to Death, Delays Morsi Verdict
May 07, 2016

CAIRO— An Egyptian court has handed down death sentences to six defendants in a trial for Egypt's ousted president Mohamed Morsi and nearly a dozen other co-defendants for the alleged transfer of secret information to the Gulf state of Qatar. Morsi's verdict was postponed. The court sentenced six of the eleven defendants to death, pending a review of their sentences by the country’s top religious authority. The panel of three judges postponed a verdict for Morsi until June 18. The trial is one of several the ousted former president is facing. Video of the courtroom showe... (read more)

261. Turkish Journalists Jailed Hours After Courthouse Attack
May 06, 2016

A Turkish court sentenced two prominent journalists to five years in prison Friday, hours after one of them escaped an attack by a gunman outside the courtroom. Can Dundar, editor of a leading opposition newspaper, Cumhuriyet, was sentenced to five years and 10 months at the closed-door trial in Istanbul, while the paper's Ankara bureau chief, Erdem Gul, received five years behind bars. Both were found guilty of revealing state secrets, but were acquitted of several other charges, including trying to topple the government. The case stemmed from the pair's reporting on alleged ... (read more)

262. Brazil Senate Committee Votes for Rousseff to Stand Trial
May 06, 2016

BRASILIA— A Senate committee recommended on Friday that Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff be put on trial by the full chamber for breaking budget laws, moving a step closer to the likely suspension of the leftist leader from office next week. Despite renewed promised by Rousseff on Friday to resist her removal, her chances for staying in office are dimming. Her departure would come at a time when a majority of Brazilians are against Rousseff because of an economic recession and a massive corruption scandal that has exposed wrongdoing by ruling party officials.   The full Senat... (read more)

263. Brazilian Senator Backs Impeachment Trial for Rousseff
May 04, 2016

BRASILIA, BRAZIL— Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff's chances of remaining in office plummeted Wednesday after a key senator recommended the leftist leader face an impeachment trial and a top prosecutor said she should be included in a vast corruption investigation. Rousseff, whose popularity has fallen in the last year, in large part because of a deepening recession, is expected to become the first Brazilian president to fail to complete a presidential term in more than 20 years. Senator Antonio Anastasia, an opposition member tasked with recommending whether to put Rousseff on ... (read more)

264. Handwriting Analysis and High-profile Cases
May 03, 2016

In the history of forensics and handwriting analysis, several high-profile cases stand out. In these and many other cases like them, handwriting analysis was crucial in bringing the bad guys to justice. Check out this list of some of the most pivotal cases compiled by the experts at Spectrum Forensic International,LLC.  The Trial of Robert Durst  Susan Berman was found dead in her California house on December 24, 2000, from a gunshot wound to the back of the head. Robert Durst was a prime suspect because of their tumultuous relationship as evidenced by some of their written corresp... (read more)

Author: Cleo Gib

265. Pakistan: No Military Action Against Afghan Taliban on Its Soil
May 03, 2016

ISLAMABAD— Pakistan is rejecting Afghan demands for military action against Taliban commanders within Pakistan and emphasizes the need to continue talks for a settlement to the conflict in Afghanistan. In Islamabad Tuesday, Pakistani foreign policy adviser Sartaj Aziz dismissed demands by Afghan President Ashraf Ghani that Pakistan evict Taliban insurgents through military action or arrest and hand them over to Kabul for trial and punishment for killing innocent Afghans. Ghani recently announced that Afghanistan will not seek Pakistan's help in arranging reconciliation talks with the... (read more)

266. Duke's personal gain from riding excellent Airwheel X8 single wheel self-balancing scooter
April 30, 2016

Duke usually rides Airwheel X8 in the street or play with it along with his friends in the park square. Their amazing showing often attracts a lot of pedestrians to admire. A good many audience ask him how to ride Airwheel X8 single-wheeled electric scooter and consult him about some tips or receipts. In fact, Blake got through Airwheel X8 through a long-time trial and error. The single-wheeled structure endows Airwheel X8 with the excellent agility and at the same time adds to the hardness to use. Have interest and click the website to consult: (read more)

Author: John Doe

267. What You Need To Know About Criminal Law Attorneys
April 28, 2016

During a criminal case, it is normally the state and not the victim that usually brings charges against the defendant. The state has a representative who prosecutes the defendant in a trial by jury in the name of a prosecutor or district attorney. However, there are a number of tasks that the prosecutor needs to complete so that they can fulfill the goal of a conviction because it is the state that obligated with the burden of proof. A criminal law attorney may actually start off as an assistant district attorney specializing in misdemeanor cases. Finally, when they reach the level of district... (read more)

Author: Richard Conard

268. China Pushes Anti-espionage Campaign
April 25, 2016

HONG KONG— China has drawn attention in recent months for its high profile anti-espionage campaign that has included two criminal cases and several public warnings about the dangers of foreign spies. Last week the Chinese government sentenced a computer technician, Huang Yu, to death for aiding foreign spies. The trial came just months after China announced the prosecution of another man, a Canadian who had run a cafe along China’s border with North Korea, for spying and stealing state secrets. But the sentencing of Huang coincided with China’s first ever National Secur... (read more)

269. Afghan Leader Demands Removal of Taliban from Pakistan
April 25, 2016

ISLAMABAD— Afghan President Ashraf Ghani has demanded neighboring Pakistan evict fugitive Taliban leaders from its soil and hand them over to Kabul for trial. In a hard-hitting speech to a rare joint session of parliament Monday, Ghani said Pakistani leaders promised they would use force against Taliban leaders who refuse to end the war and join Afghan peace talks. He went  on to assert that insurgent leaders continue to use their “centers” in the Pakistani cities of Peshawar and Quetta for directing violence in Afghanistan. “It is our exception that if Pakis... (read more)

270. How to Get the Best Attorneys for Your Case
April 24, 2016

Representing yourself in court is almost always an option, but it is rare for even low-income people to go this route because lawyers are an indispensable asset when you are involved in a court case. If you have never had to hire a lawyer before, it is important to know that they do much more than just hand you the right forms to fill out and sit next to you during your case or trial. They act as your coach of sorts and give you legal advice as well as act as your mediator for pretty much everyone. If you have played sports on any level, you know how valuable a good coach is. This is why you s... (read more)

Author: Cleo Gib

271. Baltimore Police Work to Rebuild Community Relations
April 24, 2016

Days of violence engulfed ((the northeastern US city of)) Baltimore, Maryland one year ago. The outbreak of unrest was sparked in part by the death of Freddie Gray, a young African American who suffered fatal injuries while being transported in a police vehicle. Six Baltimore officers face charges resulting from his death and are awaiting trial. VOA's Chris Simkins reports that a year later efforts are underway to improve strained relations between police and young people in the city.... (read more)

272. Baltimore Police Work to Rebuild Community Relations
April 24, 2016

BALTIMORE— Days of violence engulfed Baltimore, Maryland one year ago. The outbreak of unrest was sparked in part by the death of Freddie Gray, a young African American who suffered fatal injuries while being transported in a police vehicle. Six Baltimore officers face charges resulting from his death and are awaiting trial.  A year later, efforts are underway to improve strained relations between police and young people in the city. The wrongful arrest and death of 25-year-old Freddie Gray exposed what many Baltimore residents called a long-history of deadly police encounters with ... (read more)

273. Journalists and Academics on Trial in Turkish Free Speech Cases
April 22, 2016

Four academics and two journalists are on trial in Turkey Friday in separate cases related to increasingly restricted free speech in the country under President Recep Tayyip Erdogan. The academics will face charges related to producing “terrorist propaganda” after they signed a declaration condemning Turkey’s military action against Turkish rebels, while the journalists are headed into court for the third hearing in their espionage trial. The two journalists, Can Dundar, editor-in-chief of the opposition Cumhuriyet paper, and his Ankara bureau chief, Erdem Gul, could... (read more)

274. Egypt Slams UN Chief Over Case of Rights Groups
April 20, 2016

CAIRO— Egypt on Wednesday slammed the U.N. chief for calling for a fair trial for two prominent rights activists accused of illegally receiving foreign funds for their non-government organizations — the latest sign of Egypt's growing impatience with criticism of its human rights record. Foreign Ministry spokesman Ahmed Abu Zeid said in a statement that comments by U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon were an attempt to intimidate Egypt's judiciary and meddle in its affairs. A spokesman for Ban said in a statement late Tuesday that he was "following closely" the g... (read more)

275. Co-Founder of Germany's Anti-Immigration PEGIDA on Trial
April 19, 2016

The co-founder of Germany’s anti-immigration PEGIDA movement went on trial Tuesday on hate speech charges for using derogatory language about refugees on social media. Lutz Bachmann’s comments were made in a September 2014 Facebook posting, in which he called migrants and refugees "cattle", "garbage" and "scumbags". Dresden state prosecutors have charged Bachmann with incitement, saying his insulting language constituted an "attack on the dignity" of refugees, intended to deny them “an equal life” in Germany. Bachmann ... (read more)

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