Legal Proceedings

Convicted priest remains free despite failing drug tests

Apr 19, 2018

A Connecticut priest convicted of selling methamphetamine won't be sent back to prison despite failing drug tests while on parole.

Stuntman pinned under SUV driven by Sizemore settles lawsuit

Apr 19, 2018

A stuntman who was pinned beneath an SUV driven by Tom Sizemore on a TV production has settled a lawsuit with the actor and Paramount Pictures

5 indicted in alleged $80 million California recycling fraud

Apr 19, 2018

California has charged five people with defrauding the state's recycling program out of $80 million _ the largest alleged fraud scheme in the program's history

Co-defendant in Hawaii concert scam gets 2 months in jail

Apr 19, 2018

A Florida man must spend 2 months behind bars and 4 months under home confinement for his role in scamming the University of Hawaii out of $200,000 for a Stevie Wonder concert that never happened

Mom who left kids alone to visit Germany gets probation

Apr 19, 2018

A 31-year-old Johnston mother who left her four children home alone to travel to Europe has been given two years' probation

The Latest: Cosby expert doubts impact of small blue pills

Apr 19, 2018

A defense drug expert says he doesn't know of any small blue pill that could have produced the symptoms that Bill Cosby's chief accuser described on the night she says the comedian gave her pills and molested her

Evidence of an oil spill was obvious, but was it a crime?

Apr 19, 2018

A Texas company that owns an oil pipeline that spilled along the Santa Barbara coast faces a criminal trial three years after the disaster

Court sides with sanctuary cities in fight over grants

Apr 19, 2018

A federal appeals court in Chicago has ruled that President Donald Trump's administration cannot withhold public safety grants from cities that don't cooperate with its immigration enforcement

The Latest: Trump administration vows to fight injunction

Apr 19, 2018

President Donald Trump's administration has criticized a nationwide injunction preventing it from withholding public safety grants from cities that refuse to cooperate with immigration enforcement policies

Judge questions terror convictions after high court ruling

Apr 19, 2018

A federal judge is weighing whether to toss out some counts of conviction in four decade-old terrorism cases after a Supreme Court ruling struck down a similarly worded law this week

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