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Jury Hears Murder Trial In Death Of Man Who Responded To Craigslist Ad In West Oak Lane

A Philadelphia Jury is hearing the murder trial of a Willow Grove man in connection with a series of crimes that allegedly used Craigslist as bait.


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Gov. Christie On Bridgegate: ‘If They Want To Subpoena Me, That’s Fine’

New Jersey Governor Chris Christie says he has no problem going on the witness stand when the bridge scandal case goes to trial.


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‘Philly 10’ Expected To Go On Trial Thursday

Last month, police arrested them after a town hall meeting in Lawncrest turned into a melee.


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Priest Set For Arraignment On New Charges In Child-sex Case

A suspended Roman Catholic priest faces arraignment before a federal magistrate in western Pennsylvania on additional charges that he traveled to Honduras to have sex with poor street children during missionary trips.


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Pa. Mom Ordered To Trial On Charges She Had Sex With Foster Son

A 38-year-old woman has been ordered to trial on charges she had sex with her then-14-year-old foster son, after a hearing at which the boy testified he “forced” himself on the woman.


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Prosecutors Drop Sex Assault Case Against Former Philadelphia Priest

The Philadelphia District Attorney’s office announced Friday that they will not to retry a former Philadelphia priest accused of sexual assault.


UNKNOWN - APRIL 19: In this image released by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) on April 19, 2013, Dzhokar Tsarnaev, a suspect in the Boston Marathon bombing is seen. The twin bombings at the 116-year-old Boston race resulted in the deaths of three people with more than 170 others injured.  (Credit: FBI via Getty Images)

I-TEAM: What’s Next In The Boston Marathon Bombing Trial?

The penalty phase is expected to begin next week.


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Defendant In Death Of Millersville U. Student Waives Prelim

Lancaster County court officials said 19-year-old Gregorio Orrostieta waived the hearing Monday, a day before he had been due in court on a charge of criminal homicide.


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Mistrial Declared In Retrial Of Suspended Philadelphia Priest

For the second time in two years, a mistrial has been declared in the sexual assault trial of a suspended Philadelphia priest. He was accused of abusing a 10-year-old altar boy in 1997, in the rectory of a parish in the Bridesburg section.


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In Second Full Day Of Deliberations, Jury In Philadelphia Priest Trial Says They’re At An Impasse

In its second full day of deliberations, the jury in the case of a suspended Philadelphia priest has told the judge they are “at an impasse”. He’s accused of sexually assaulting a 10-year-old altar boy in 1997. The judge told them to continue talking it over.


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‘Black Madam’ Trial On Hold Because Of Philadelphia Storm

A hip-hop performer and “body sculptor” won’t return to the witness stand in her Philadelphia murder trial until at least Friday because of a winter storm.


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Defendant Takes The Stand In Fatal Buttocks Enhancement Case

Windslowe will return to the stand in the morning. She still faces cross examination by the prosecution.


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‘Black Madam,’ Defendant In Buttocks Injection Trial, Makes Wardrobe Change After Court’s Suggestion

The murder trial of a Montgomery County woman accused of performing a deadly buttocks-enhancement procedure took a bizarre turn Thursday when the court suggested the defendant make a wardrobe change.


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Fugitive Goes On Trial In Philadelphia For 1992 Slaying Inside Crowded Restaurant

Prosecutors say Santiago Pedroso started a new family in the Philippines after killing 41-year-old Delores Alvarez on Father’s Day 1992.


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Pa. Attorney General Kane Says Judge Should Be Taken Off Her Case

Attorney General Kathleen Kane’s legal team argued in a filing with the state Supreme Court on Monday that Montgomery County Judge William Carpenter has demonstrated personal animosity toward her.