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201. Court: Brazil's Lula to Stand Trial for Obstruction of Justice
July 29, 2016

SAO PAULO — Brazil's ex-President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva and the former chief executive of investment bank Grupo BTG Pactual SA will stand trial for obstruction of justice, documents from a federal court in Brasilia showed Friday. Lula was previously under investigation in various jurisdictions in a sprawling corruption probe focused on state-run oil company Petroleo Brasileiro SA (Petrobras) but is now officially a defendant. The case dates to last November, when former Senator Delcidio do Amaral and Andre Esteves, the founder and former CEO of BTG Pactual, were arrested for a... (read more)

202. All Charges Dropped Against Baltimore Police in Freddie Gray Trial
July 27, 2016

Prosecutors in the Mid-Atlantic state of Maryland have dropped all remaining charges against Baltimore city police officers awaiting trial in the death of Freddie Gray, bringing a high-profile case that garnered national attention to an unremarkable end. Gray was an African American man who suffered severe spinal cord injuries in April 2015 while he was handcuffed and unrestrained in the back of a police van. Gray's death added fuel the Black Lives Matter movement and sparked riots in Baltimore and large protests in the city throughout the country. In a hearing Wednesday that w... (read more)

203. What Would it Take for US to Extradite Muslim Cleric to Turkey?
July 22, 2016

If Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is hoping the U.S. will quickly spirit his archnemesis Fethullah Gulen out of rural Pennsylvania to stand trial in Turkey for plotting last week's failed coup against his government, he'll be sorely disappointed. Erdogan has accused Gulen, a Turkish cleric and former political ally with whom he had a falling out in 2013, of engineering Friday's coup attempt from his self-imposed exile in Saylorsburg, Pennsylvania, and trying to have Erdogan assassinated as part of the plot. Turkish Prime Minister Binali Yildirim said Tuesday that T... (read more)

204. Radovan Karadzic Appeals Against Convictions at UN Court
July 22, 2016

THE HAGUE— Former Bosnian Serb President Radovan Karadzic has filed a lengthy appeal against his conviction in March on genocide and other charges, arguing that he did not receive a fair trial and that United Nations judges made a string of mistakes when reaching the guilty verdicts. Karadzic on Friday filed an appeal listing 50 alleged errors that, he argues, amount to a miscarriage of justice. The appeal argues that the errors, “violated the presumption of innocence, created an unmanageable trial, and made a fair trial impossible.” The International Criminal Tribunal ... (read more)

205. Pakistani Court Orders Freezing of Musharraf’s Bank Accounts, Property
July 19, 2016

ISLAMABAD— A special court in Pakistan hearing treason charges against former military president Pervez Musharraf Tuesday ordered authorities to freeze his bank accounts as well as seize his property anywhere in the country. The three-member panel of judges cited Musharraf’s continued personal absence in the high-treason trial despite repeated notices. The former Pakistani leader left the country in March after a provincial court allowed him to travel abroad for medical treatment, a ruling the Supreme Court later upheld. Hearing adjourned During Tuesday’s proceeding... (read more)

206. Trial for 8 Turkish Military Personnel in Greece Postponed
July 18, 2016

THESSALONIKI, GREECE — A court in northeastern Greece on Monday granted a three-day postponement in the trial of eight Turkish military personnel charged with illegally entering the country after they flew to Greece in a helicopter during a military coup in Turkey.   The court postponed their trial until Thursday. The helicopter's pilot has also been charged with violating air traffic regulations, and the other seven as accomplices to the violation. The eight — identified as two majors, four captains and two master sergeants — left court handcuffed to each other ... (read more)

207. Iran Begins Trial for 21 Linked to Storming of Saudi Posts
July 18, 2016

TEHRAN— Iran's semi-official ISNA news agency says a closed trial has begun for 21 suspects in the storming of Saudi diplomatic missions earlier this year. Monday's report did not provide further details. Protesters stormed the Saudi Embassy in Tehran and a consulate in Mashhad in January after Sunni-ruled Saudi Arabia executed Sheikh Nimr al-Nimr, a prominent Shiite cleric and dissident. Iran views itself as the defender of the world's Shiites. The attacks on the diplomatic missions led to the severing of diplomatic ties between Saudi Arabia and Iran, regional rivals w... (read more)

208. Vatican Judges Weigh Fate of Five Accused in Leaks Scandal
July 07, 2016

VATICAN CITY— A Vatican tribunal on Thursday began deliberating the fate of five people, including two journalists, accused in the publication of confidential Vatican documents that exposed greed, mismanagement and corruption in the Holy See. The journalists have denounced the Vatican for putting them on trial rather than the priests and laymen whose wrongdoing they uncovered, calling the trial a "farce" since prosecutors were accusing them of being part of a criminal conspiracy by their mere "availability" to receive information. "Five-hundred pages of news a... (read more)

209. Brazil's Rousseff Assails Impeachment Proceedings in Stirring Defense
July 06, 2016

BRASILIA, BRAZIL— Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff presented her written defense to a Senate impeachment trial Wednesday, denouncing the proceedings as a farce and saying her alleged crimes were no more than "routine acts of budgetary management." "Everybody knows that you are judging an honest woman, a public servant dedicated to just causes," the suspended leftist leader said in a document read aloud by her lawyer and former attorney general, Jose Eduardo Cardozo. "I've honored those who voted for me." Rousseff's removal would end 13 years ... (read more)

210. Pistorius Sentenced to 6 Years in Jail
July 06, 2016

Paralympian Oscar Pistorius was sentenced to six years in jail Wednesday for murdering his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp three years ago. Judge Thokozile Masipa cited mitigating circumstances such as his remorse, the time he spent in jail for his original sentence, and the fact that he was not wearing his prosthetic legs at the time of the crime in reducing the prescribed minimum sentence of 15 years. During the trial, Pistorius claimed that he mistook Steenkamp for an intruder when he shot four times through a locked bathroom door, killing her, on the night of Valentine’s Day, 201... (read more)

211. UN Calls for Release of US Woman Detained in China
July 06, 2016

A U.N. committee says an American businesswoman Sandy Phan-Gillis, detained in China since last year, has been subjected to "arbitrary detention" and should be released or given access to legal counsel. The U.N. Working Group on Arbitrary Detention (WGAD) said in a report released this week that "international norms to the right to a fair trial and to liberty and security" had not been observed. Phan-Gillis, who ran a consulting firm that facilitated business dealings between U.S. and Chinese companies, was on a trip to China with a delegation from the city of Hous... (read more)

212. Clinton, Trump Eye Vice Presidential Running Mates
July 05, 2016

With the Republican and Democratic parties finalizing plans for their nominating conventions this month, presumptive U.S. presidential nominees Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are in the early stages of searching for their vice presidential running mates. “What they’re doing is floating these trial balloons or putting names out there to see what kind of positive or negative reaction they get, and that may help them decide by the convention just whom they are going to choose,” University of Maryland political science professor James Gimpel said in an interview with VOA.... (read more)

213. Turkey Jails 17 Over Istanbul Attack, Blames ex-Soviet Members of IS
July 05, 2016

ISTANBUL— Turkey jailed 17 suspects on Tuesday, mostly foreigners, over last week's suicide bombing at Istanbul's main airport, which President Tayyip Erdogan described as the work of Islamic State militants from the ex-Soviet Union. The arrests bring the total number of people jailed pending trial to 30 over the triple suicide bombing at Ataturk Airport, which killed 45 people and wounded hundreds, the deadliest in a series of bombings this year in Turkey. It was followed by major attacks in Bangladesh, Iraq and Saudi Arabia in the past week, all apparently timed for the runu... (read more)

214. In Egypt, Sissi's Reputation Fades as Problems Mount
June 30, 2016

CAIRO— It is a hot afternoon in the Muslim fasting month of Ramadan and the New Cairo clubhouse is empty. Hisham Genena, Egypt's erstwhile corruption tsar, settles in a corner. "It's quiet here," he says. "We can speak freely." It has been a long way down for Genena, a former policeman and judge who was appointed to head Egypt's corruption watchdog in 2012 and is now on trial, accused of defaming the state by exaggerating the scale of public sector graft. Genena says he has done nothing wrong and his case is being used to discourage others from speaking... (read more)

215. Verdict in Trial of Brazil's Rousseff Due after Olympics, O Globo Newspaper Reports
June 29, 2016

SAO PAULO— A verdict in the impeachment trial of Brazil's suspended President Dilma Rousseff will not be reached until after the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro in late August, O Globo newspaper said Wednesday. Citing advisers to Supreme Court Chief Justice Ricardo Lewandowski, who will preside over the trial in the Senate, the newspaper said a final judgment was expected following Aug. 26, five days after the games end. The first Olympic Games to be held in South America are due to open Aug. 5 amid political turmoil, concern about an outbreak of the Zika virus and Brazil's de... (read more)

216. Free Speech on Trial in Morocco
June 28, 2016

Hearings resume this week in the case of seven Moroccan journalists accused of violating national security.  Their crime?  They helped train citizen journalists to use a smartphone app. Amnesty International reports that five of the defendants are accused of attempting to compromise citizens’ loyalty to the government and tarnish Morocco’s image.  If convicted, they could face five years in prison.   Two are accused of receiving foreign funding to finance “propaganda.” The Dutch NGO Free Press Unlimited (FPI), active in Morocco for a decade... (read more)

217. Iran's President Urges Transparency in Saudi Embassy Trial
June 28, 2016

TEHRAN, IRAN — The Iranian president on Tuesday called for "transparency'' in the upcoming trial of 48 suspects who stormed Saudi diplomatic missions in Iran in January, an attack that prompted the kingdom to cut ties with Tehran and left relations between the regional powers badly frayed. Hassan Rouhani said the Iranian people are looking to see how the country's judiciary will handle the case of those who ransacked the missions, reiterating earlier remarks that the attack went against Iranian laws.   The trial of the 48 suspects in the case is due next week. &n... (read more)

218. Baltimore Police Officer Acquitted in Freddie Gray Murder Trial
June 23, 2016

A police officer was acquitted Thursday of all charges in connection with the death of Freddie Gray, who died in April 2015 in the back of a police van, sparking the worst riots in decades in the Mid-Atlantic city of Baltimore, Maryland. Six officers were indicted in Gray's death, but officer Caesar Goodson faced the most serious charges, including "depraved-heart" murder. Goodson was also found not guilty of manslaughter, assault, misconduct and reckless endangerment.   Baltimore Circuit Judge Barry Williams delivered his verdict after hearing five days of testimony... (read more)

219. Two California Men Convicted of Conspiring to Join Islamic State
June 22, 2016

Two California men have been convicted after a two-week trial of conspiring to travel to the Middle East to join the militant group Islamic State. Nader Elhuzayel from Anaheim, California, was found guilty of attempting to provide material support to Islamic State, and Muhanad Badawi, also from Anaheim, was found guilty of aiding and abetting the attempt to provide material support to Islamic State. Elhuzayel was also convicted of 26 counts of bank fraud, including depositing stolen checks into his personal account to finance his travel. Badawi was convicted of using his federal finan... (read more)

220. Airwheel S3 blazes a new trial for the 2-wheels self-balancing electric scooter market
June 20, 2016

Airwheel is an adventurer of science and technology and a pilgrim of design, concept, and innovation. With an understanding of “Eco-friendly Innovation,” Airwheel has always considered the balance between science & technology and nature. It has been an extensive goal to consider the relationship through every part of product design, R& D, manufacturing, and sales. Also, the success of Airwheel self-balancing electric scooter lies in its innovation. Have interest and click the website to consult: http://lr.zoosnet.net/LR/Chatpre.aspx?id=LEF97767077&lng=en In present day and society, traf... (read more)

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221. Corruption Case Against Malawi’s Ex-President Hits Another Snag
June 16, 2016

BLANTYRE, MALAWI— It has been almost a decade since former Malawi President Bakili Muluzi was arrested on corruption charges, but his trial has made little progress. A judge will rule Friday on another request for a 30-day postponement. Muluzi, 73, and his former personal secretary, Lyness Whiskey, are accused of stealing 1.7 billion Malawian kwacha ($12 million) during his 1994-2004 presidency. The funds came to Malawi as aid from Taiwan, Morocco and Libya. The former president has always said the charges were politically motivated. The lead prosecutor in the case recused himself ... (read more)

222. Oberheiden Law Group, Pllc Expands Federal Trial Practice To Tyler, Texas
June 14, 2016

Tyler, TX – Tyler, Texas is the next stop for the Oberheiden Law Group PLLC. The Dallas-based law firm just announced an increased presence in East Texas and the launching of the prime domain Tylercriminallawyer.com “Tyler, Texas is a wonderful place and a great market,” says Dr. Nick Oberheiden, founder of the Oberheiden Law Group, PLLC. “Our decision to create a regular presence in the community is our response to an increasing demand from folks in East Texas. Over the past months, our Tyler practice has skyrocketed and we are proud to be part of the East Texas community. Our commitment i... (read more)

Author: John Doe

223. Uganda Tensions Rise as Presidential Challenger Tried for Treason
June 14, 2016

KAMPALA— In Uganda, tensions continue to simmer, four months after the country’s disputed presidential poll.  A wave of arrests, including those of current and former military officers, followed by an armed attack on a police station in the north, have sparked concern this week as the runner-up in the vote goes on trial for treason.   Ugandan police have sought to downplay the attack late Sunday on the police station in the northern town of Gulu.   According to official reports, 10 to 12 suspects opened fire, attempting to rescue Dan Oola Odia, an official of the Ug... (read more)

224. Understanding Bail Bonds in Houston
June 13, 2016

Every state has its own system to follow for bail bonds. A bail gives a person the chance to get out from jail even if they’re charged with a crime until they go back to trial. Each state has their options of the type of bail that they want to take, but every system has the same main principle. If you’re thinking about posting a bail for a family member or a friend of yours or even yourself, it’s important to know the different bail bond system that can work for you so that you can be free until trial. Understanding Bail Bonds in Houston Bail is the money that a person deposits ... (read more)

Author: Brian White

225. The Surety Bond Bail
June 10, 2016

When a bond is set for a defendant in a pending criminal trial, it is possible to get them released by either paying the entire amount of their bond or by contacting a bail bond company to put the money up on their behalf. When the money is put up by a bail bond company, this is referred to as a surety bond. A surety bond bail is backed by a bondsman or an insurance company. When a surety bond is issued, the defendant has to pay a small percentage of their full bond amount; usually, this is around 10%. How a Surety Bond Bail Works? There are usually three parties in total that a... (read more)

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