July 12, 2013

Illinois, Livingston Co. Staff To Tour Closed Prison

State officials are set to visit the closed Dwight Correctional Center next week as the Livingston County sheriff tries to get permission to use a portion of the facility to house hundreds of inmates.


July 12, 2013

Alan Beaman Lawsuit Dismissed

A man whose murder conviction was overturned after he spent 13 years in prison and two former prosecutors all have asked a federal judge to dismiss a lawsuit in the case.


Ariel Castro
(Jason Miller/AP)
July 12, 2013

Hundreds Of New Charges Filed In Ohio Kidnap Case

A Cleveland man has been indicted on hundreds of additional charges related to accusations that he held three women captive in his home for a decade and raped them.


iPad made by Apple
(Manu Fernandez/AP)
July 10, 2013

Apple Conspired To Set E-book Prices, Judge Rules

Apple Inc. "conspired to raise the retail price of e-books," a federal judge ruled Wednesday as a civil lawsuit brought by the Justice Department reached its conclusion.


Indiana house fire
(AP Photo/Indianapolis Fire Department)
July 10, 2013

Judge, Lawyers Meet Before Indiana House Blast Trial

A judge is considering several motions filed by lawyers preparing for the trial of three people blamed in a fatal explosion that devastated an Indianapolis subdivision.


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