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No verdict after 6th day of deliberations in murder trial of ex-NFL player Aaron Hernandez
Connecticut
After six days of deliberating, jurors went home Tuesday without reaching a verdict in the murder trial of former New England Patriots player Aaron Hernandez, who is accused of killing the man dating his fiancee's sister. Hernandez has pleaded not guilty in the killing of Odin Lloyd in June 2013. Superior Court Judge Susan Garsh sent jurors home late Tuesday afternoon with reminders to avoid all ...
April 14 2015
Jury Selection Begins In East Hartford Triple Murder Trial
Connecticut
HARTFORD — Jury selection began Monday for a man accused of killing his mother and two house guests in East Hartford on Thanksgiving in 2010.
April 14 2015
Mentally disabled man convicted of murder to be free on bail after Connecticut court ruling
Manchester, Connecticut
A judge on Friday granted bond for a mentally disabled man serving a life sentence for the 1987 murder of his wife's grandmother, clearing the way for his release following a court order for a new trial.
April 13 2015
Disabled man may be released from Connecticut prison after court ruling
Manchester, Connecticut
By Richard Weizel MILFORD, Conn. (Reuters) - A disabled man who has spent a quarter century in prison for rape and murder is expected to be released on Friday after Connecticut's highest court questioned his confession and ruled he had been deprived of a fair trial. The state Supreme Court last month ruled that his admission was extracted under duress and that he was deprived of a fair trial ...
April 13 2015
Jury Selection Begins In East Hartford Triple Murder
Manchester, Connecticut
HARTFORD — Jury selection began Monday for a man accused of killing his mother and two house guests in East Hartford on Thanksgiving 2010.
April 13 2015
Mentally disabled Connecticut convict to be released on bail pending new trial
Manchester, Connecticut
Mentally disabled man convicted of murder to be released on bail after state court ruling
April 13 2015
Wood bison make it to Alaska village; April release planned
Alaska
A mentally disabled Connecticut man serving a life sentence for a 1987 murder has been released on bail following a court order for a new trial. More >>
April 12 2015
Sprint to pay $15.5M to settle case over wiretapping costs
Connecticut
A mentally disabled Connecticut man serving a life sentence for a 1987 murder has been released on bail following a court order for a new trial. More >>
April 10 2015
Mentally disabled man ordered freed after 26 years in prison
Connecticut
© AP Photo/Connecticut Department of Correction This undated inmate photo released Monday, April 6, 2015, by the Connecticut Department of Correction shows Richard Lapointe, convicted in 1992 for the 1987 killing of his wife's 88-year-old grandmother, Bernice Martin in Manchester, Conn. The Connecticut Supreme Court on Tuesday, March 31, 2015, ordered a new trial for Lapointe, ruling he was ...
April 10 2015
FDA panel wary of dropping warnings from tobacco pouch
Connecticut
A mentally disabled Connecticut man serving a life sentence for a 1987 murder has been released on bail following a court order for a new trial. More >>
April 10 2015
Disabled Connecticut man ordered freed after 26 years in prison
Connecticut
By Richard Weizel HARTFORD, Conn. (Reuters) - A mentally disabled Connecticut man who spent a quarter century in prison for rape and murder was freed on Friday after a court found his confession was questionable and he had been denied a fair trial. Looking frail, Richard Lapointe, 69, emerged from the Superior Courthouse in Hartford wearing a T-shirt that said “I didn't do it” in large letters ...
April 10 2015
Judge: TV station followed 2 jurors in Aaron Hernandez trial
Connecticut
The judge in the murder trial of former New England Patriots player Aaron Hernandez says two jurors were followed by a TV station after their second day of deliberations.
April 10 2015
TV cameraman banned from Hernandez trial
Connecticut
FALL RIVER, Mass. — A photographer for a Boston TV station was banned from the murder trial of former New England Patriots player Aaron Hernandez on Thursday after he acknowledged following jurors to their parking spots, which the judge said was prohibited.
April 10 2015
Aaron Hernandez trial: Jury still deciding former NFL star's fate
Connecticut
Twenty hours into deliberations, a jury of seven women and five men has yet to reach a verdict in the Aaron Hernandez murder trial.
April 10 2015
Mentally disabled man convicted of murder freed after ruling
Connecticut
This undated inmate photo released Monday, April 6, 2015, by the Connecticut Department of Correction shows Richard Lapointe, convicted in 1992 for the 1987 killing of his wife's 88-year-old grandmother, Bernice Martin in Manchester, Conn. The Connecticut Supreme Court on Tuesday, March 31, 2015, ordered a new trial for Lapointe, ruling he was deprived of a fair trial because prosecutors failed ...
April 10 2015
TV cameraman banned from Aaron Hernandez's murder trial
Connecticut
A photographer for a Boston TV station was banned from the murder trial of former New England Patriots player Aaron Hernandez on Thursday after he acknowledged following jurors to their parking spots, which the judge said was prohibited. On the third day of deliberations, Superior Court Judge Susan Garsh banned WHDH-TV's Robert Cusanelli from the courthouse. ''He cannot come into this building ...
April 10 2015
Mentally disabled convict released on bail in Connecticut
Maryland
After 25 years in prison, a mentally disabled Connecticut convict walked out of a courthouse Friday free on bond, released following a court order for a redo of a murder trial that condemned him on the basis of a disputed...
April 10 2015
Mentally disabled convict released on bail in Connecticut - Quincy Herald-Whig | Illinois & Missour
Missouri
HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) - After 25 years in prison, a mentally disabled Connecticut convict walked out of a courthouse Friday free on bond, released following a court order for a redo of a murder trial that condemned him on the basis of a disputed confession.
April 10 2015
Richard Lapointe Release Possible By Week's End
Connecticut
Richard Lapointe, a mentally impaired dishwasher incarcerated for 26 years based on a dubious murder confession, appeared closer than ever to leaving prison after state prosecutors Tuesday agreed not to oppose his release.
April 08 2015
Connecticut prom-day stabbing suspect due in court for pretrial hearing
Milford, Connecticut
A Connecticut teenager accused of stabbing a classmate to death on the day of their prom is due in court for a pretrial hearing Tuesday.
April 08 2015
Man charged with killing Yale doctor he used to work is found incompetent to stand trial
New Haven, Connecticut
NEW HAVEN, Conn. — A former doctor charged with killing a Yale University physician he once worked with has been found incompetent to stand trial. New Haven Superior Court Judge Thomas O'Keefe Jr. ruled Monday that 49-year-old Lishan Wang should be sent to Connecticut Valley Hospital for treatment.
April 08 2015
Suspect in Yale doctor killing's is found incompetent
New Haven, Connecticut
NEW HAVEN, Conn. (AP) — A former doctor charged with killing a Yale University physician he once worked with has been found incompetent to stand trial.
April 08 2015
Aaron Hernandez trial: Defense and prosecution mock each other in closing arguments
Connecticut
Closing arguments began in the murder trial of Aaron Hernandez, with the defense making the case that the prosecution has presented "a mystery show" for the jury to figure out on its own.
April 07 2015
CT Supreme Court orders new trial for Richard Lapointe, disabled man convicted of killing ex’s gr
Manchester, Connecticut
HARTFORD — The Connecticut Supreme Court has ordered a new trial for a brain-damaged man sentenced to life in prison for the 1987 killing of his ex-wife’s 88-year-old grandmother. The high court released the 4-2 ruling Tuesday, saying 69-year-old Richard Lapointe was deprived of a fair trial because prosecutors failed to disclose notes by a […]
April 07 2015
Lapointe should be over; and noticing the elephant
Manchester, Connecticut
Justice has been served by the state Supreme Court's ordering a new trial for Richard Lapointe, the simpleton who has spent 25 years in prison on a dubious conviction in the murder of his grandmother-in-law in 1987. Whether the law has been served is another matter.
April 07 2015
New trial for disabled man convicted of killing ex's grandma
Manchester, Connecticut
HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) — The Connecticut Supreme Court has ordered a new trial for a brain-damaged man sentenced to life in prison for the 1987 killing of his ex-wife's 88-year-old grandmother.
April 07 2015
Accused murderer Wang deemed incompetent to stand trial
Connecticut
Wang, who has been accused of murdering former Yale-New Haven Hospital postgraduate fellow Vajinder Toor in 2010, has been representing himself in court until today.
April 07 2015
Hernandez Defense Rests After Effort To Shift Blame
Connecticut
FALL RIVER, Mass. — Aaron Hernandez's defense case opened Monday with testimony to suggest that his two Bristol, Conn., friends killed Odin Lloyd in a drug-induced rage, and his lengthy murder trial seemed to be reaching its end when the former Patriots tight end's third and final defense witness stepped down from the stand.
April 07 2015
Watch live: Aaron Hernandez trial drama intensifies
Connecticut
Prosecutors and defense counsel head into the last drive of Aaron Hernandez’s two-month murder trial today each facing an uphill endgame — and no clearcut outcome, one legal expert said. “If the verdict comes back not guilty, I don’t think people will be shocked,” said Somerset attorney Steven P. Sabra, a legal analyst not affiliated with the fallen Patriots tight end’s case, which is expected ...
April 07 2015
Sandy Hook Advisory Commission to submit final report
Sandy Hook, connecticut
The 16-member panel is expected to recommend reforms to the mental health care system, stricter gun laws, and improved school safety.
April 06 2015
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