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James Fields guilty of first-degree murder in Charlottesville car attack at white nationalist rally

By Lucia Suarez Sang

Just over a year after he plowed his vehicle into a crowd protesting a white nationalist rally, killing 32-year-old Heather Heyer, James Alex Fields Jr. was convicted Friday of first-degree murder and other felonies – and now faces the possibility of life in prison.

Jury to deliberate on murder charge in Charlottesville, Virginia, car ramming

By Samuel Chamberlain

A Virginia jury will begin deliberations Friday in the trial of an Ohio man accused of deliberately driving his car into a group of counterprotesters at a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville in August 2017, killing one woman and injuring dozens.

Border Patrol agent won't be tried a third time in teen's death

By ASTRID GALVAN

Federal prosecutors on Thursday said they would not pursue another trial against a Border Patrol agent who fatally shot a Mexican teenager across a border fence but who was twice acquitted.

California mom who drowned baby in tub found insane, spared prison

By Katherine Lam

A California woman who was convicted twice of drowning her infant daughter in a bathtub was insane at the time of the murder, a jury said, sparing the mother prison time.

El Chapo’s beauty queen wife caught with phone, had β€˜impermissible contact’ with drug lord, prosecutors say

By Katherine Lam

Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman’s wife Emma Coronel Aispuro was caught with a cellphone in court last week and had “unauthorized” and “impermissible contact” with the drug lord, prosecutors said in a request for sanctions against the defense counsel.

NYC jogger Karina Vetrano murder case declared mistrial by judge

By Nicole Darrah

A mistrial was declared Tuesday night in the trial of a man accused of beating and strangling a woman who was jogging in New York City more than two years ago.

Former 'El Chapo' lieutenant describes killings, bribes under cartel boss

By Samuel Chamberlain

A onetime associate of notorious Mexican drug lord Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman told a federal jury Monday that the Sinaloa cartel paid at least $350,000 in bribes to Mexican military officers to abort operations to capture Guzman more than a decade ago.

Unprecedented security protecting jurors, others at El Chapo trial

By Hollie McKay

As the long-awaited, much-anticipated trial of Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán – once the most wanted man in the world and the accused leader of the most notorious drug syndicate in history – gets underway in New York, staunch security measures have been put in place and are only increasing.

Unprecedented security protecting jurors, others at El Chapo trial

By Hollie McKay

As the long-awaited, much-anticipated trial of Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán – once the most wanted man in the world and the accused leader of the most notorious drug syndicate in history – gets underway in New York, staunch security measures have been put in place and are only increasing.

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