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You may recall the story of Byron David Smith, the 64 year old man from Little Falls, Minnesota who shot and killed the two teen intruders who broke into his home on Thanksgiving Day. Smith's statemen... Posted on 12/18/12 at 9:38 PM
Jeremy Linn testified this morning he feared retaliation from police officers as he decided to report that Grand Forks Police Officer Jace Prelip held a gun to his head during a drunken party last year.
A U.S. military court began hearing arguments on Monday in the case of a soldier accused of being a part of a suspected prostitution ring at Fort Hood, one of the largest Army bases in the United States.
A mental competency examination for a teenager accused of murdering a Willmar grandmother has been set for Dec. 19. According to information in the court file, the report on Brok Junkermeier’s mental competency is due Jan. 17.
A Cass County judge refused to accept a double-murder guilty plea Monday from the man who admits he stabbed to death his ex-girlfriend and her alleged drug dealer, on the grounds the defendant may not be mentally capable to accept responsibility.
The man charged with killing a U.S. airport security officer in a shooting frenzy at Los Angeles International Airport is set to appear in federal court on Wednesday, a spokesman for U.S. prosecutors said.
The trial of two former California policemen charged in the beating and death of a mentally ill transient opened on Monday with a prosecutor telling jurors that a "routine" police contact ended with the man dying in a pool of blood.
Joseph Morsette was sworn in Monday as chief judge for the Spirit Lake Sioux Tribe near Devils Lake. Morsette, 46, just left his job Friday at UND directing the Native Americans Into Law program, recruiting Indian students to the state’s only law school.
A former New Hampshire hospital technician who caused dozens of people to become infected with hepatitis C when he injected himself with syringes of pain killers that were then used on patients was sentenced to 39 years in prison on Monday.
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