Jury selection started Monday in the trial of former "Empire" star Jussie Smollett, who is accused of making false reports to authorities that he was the victim of a racist and homophobic attack in 2019.
ATLANTA (AP) — Jurors in the trial of the three men charged in the killing of Ahmaud Arbery must decide whether one or all of them is guilty of murder — a conviction that could send them to prison for the rest of their lives.
"Detectives have since determined this case did not involve a kidnapping, as what was originally reported to dispatch and the troopers who stopped the vehicle," ISP Sgt. Glen Fifield said.
The 28-year-old had several misdemeanor and felony convictions already, including domestic battery and intimidation.
The defendant agreed to pay $180 in restitution to the brewery and $60 in restitution to the bartender, court records show.
Here's a look at the charges that prosecutors in the Kyle Rittenhouse case carried into court, as well as lesser charges that the judge could put before the jury.
According to charging documents, the defendant and the victim had been friends until their employer fired the defendant and gave the victim the position the defendant had held.
What exactly are the charges in the Kyle Rittenhouse case? Here's a look.
The woman told police she dated the defendant, but she decided to end the relationship because she thought it was toxic, court records state.
The mother told police the 4-year-old was kept in the basement for days at a time and that food was also withheld from the boy, according to the documents.
Allen Woods Jr. will be sentenced to three years in prison if Judge Salvador Vasquez accepts the deal at a sentencing hearing next month.
An Iowa woman accused of sexually molesting her 8-year-old son on tape and selling the video to a Valparaiso man has pleaded not guilty and demanded her right to a speedy trial.
The charges linked to the Hammond Central High shooting aren't the only case 17-year-old Christopher Gary is facing, court records show.
Police say an argument over the COVID-19 vaccine led to a fatal shooting in Southern Illinois over the weekend.
The children and dog were turned over to extended family members as Jessica Schwei, 37, and James Schwei, 38, were taken into custody on various drug-related charges, according to Portage police.
Porter police said they later received word the stolen vehicle had been located in Knox.
Dezman Dukes has not yet entered a plea to a felony charge alleging he robbed a pizza delivery driver in 2019. Dukes was initially charged in a separate shooting that killed 17-year-old Johnny Peluyera.
"At the doors the male took out a lighter from his pocket and began lighting the keypad on fire," police said.
She told police she held her arm out motioning for him to stop and then turned her back on him with her arms still extended when he did stop. But Gary Neeley then began honking his horn and yelled out his window, "Move, I have (expletive) to do."