During Clayton 's murder trial, Sy Ray analyzed cell phone and GPS data between Michael Beard and Clayton. The defense claims they have an expert that found Ray 's data is false. The defense also says they were not given enough time to look over the evidence. "It took the efforts of Dr. Javonavic, who spent the past couple of months reviewing the underlying data and analyzing it and coming to the very clear conclusion that Sy Ray is making up stuff," said Schlather. Special Assistant District Attorney Susan Rider-Ulacco says all of the data Ray analyzed was evidence given to defense.
The son of The Real Housewives of Orange County star Lauri Peterson has been arrested on suspicion of attempted murder. Lauri was on the show in the past and fans still like to keep up with what she is up to now. LA Times shared that Lauri 's son Joshua Waring is now behind bars. This is all from a shooting in Costa Mesa. The arrest went down after a police chase in Santa Ana.
Pilcher’s trial began on January 14th, with Judge Richard Meadows presiding. Unfortunately, on January 30th, Judge Meadows had to declare a mistrial, as jurors were incapable of reaching a verdict. The second trial began on September 9th, 2014, with Pilcher pleading guilty to second-degree murder on September 16th. For second degree murder, Pilcher was sentenced to 10-years in jail, but could be out of prison in five years. The DNA of Robert Pilcher was not the only profile created, as there were profiles of two other individuals who were not able to be identified.
Josh Duggar entered the rehab center, Reformer’s Unanimous. However, is this rehab center the best place for Josh to go? According to Radar Online, August 31, 2015, this place has a history of sex offenders working as staff members. A former member of the clergy was sentenced to serve 12 years in jail for having sex with an underage female, who is referred to as Jane Doe in the court documents. Reformer’s Unanimous is located in Rockford, Illinois.
He was charged with two counts of murder but he struck a deal with prosecutors in exchange for his testimony against two of his companions, Reginald Oakley and Joseph Sweeting who were acquitted. The white suit and fur coat Lewis was wearing that night was never found. It will never be known if Lewis did or didn 't stab anybody, but Lewis was there and evidence suggests he was involved. Lewis denied guilt in the stabbing. Baker and Lollar were 21 and 24 at the times of their deaths, both having been stabbed
RIVERSIDE - Although the San Bernardino County District Attorney’s office found the officer-involved shooting of an Adelanto man justified in 2015, a jury awarded Kevion Young $110,000 plus undisclosed punitive damages on Thursday. The non-fatal officer-involved shooting occurred on January 29, 2014, when undercover deputies were looking for the murder suspect, Robert Pope. Pope was wanted for the murder of Ernie Sanders and the attempted murder of Summer Mattes that occurred the previous day. The deputies, who were driving unmarked vehicles and were dressed in plain clothing began watching a home located in the 11600 block of La Paz Street at around 9:00 p.m that night. After watching for a short time deputies noticed a male acting suspiciously,
The police think you did it. That’s what happens to Adnan Syed. Adnan was convicted of the murder of Hae Min Lee 6 weeks after she went missing. On January 13, 1999, Hae Min Lee went missing, and on February 9, 1999, her body was found in Leakin Park in Baltimore. Adnan Syed is guilty of killing Hae Min Lee, but there isn’t enough evidence to convict him of murder.
The shooter died in a battle of gunfire with an officer. The second robber pled guilty to robbery and was sentenced to nine years, with good time/work time credits he could have gotten out in 50% or less of the sentence. Both these men were on parole with multiple convictions for violent crimes. Kimber’s father called a meeting with local officials and assemblymen to put together a bill that would keep people like the two that killed his daughter in prison for life. On March 1, 1993 lawmakers pushed forward Assembly Bill 971, “which in its original version mandated a tripling of the usual sentence upon the commission of any third felony” (Kieso, Douglas, W., 2005).
In 1997, DNA testing proved that sperm collected from a rape victim did not match Roy Criner, who had been sentenced to ninety-nine years for the crime. Two lower courts recommended that the verdict be overturned, but the Court of Criminal Appeals upheld it, arguing that Criner might have worn a condom or might not have ejaculated. Sharon Keller, who is now the presiding judge on the court, stated in a majority opinion, “The new evidence does not establish innocence.” In 2000, George W. Bush pardoned Criner. (Keller was recently charged with judicial misconduct, for refusing to keep open past five o’clock a clerk’s office in order to allow a last-minute petition from a man who was executed later that
The days of Detroit Red came to an end in 1946 when Malcolm and Shorty Jarvis along with their two white girlfriends went on a robbery spree. Malcolm was convicted of larceny, breaking and entering and carrying a weapon. At age 20, he was given a concurrent eight to ten year sentence and was sent to Charleston State Prison where he was forced to get clean and detox. During his seven years in prison (1946 – 1952), Malcolm underwent a great alteration to his mind set and character. He no longer boasted of himself in crime but took an interest in trying to better himself with knowledge.
The stories Jay told the police had complications since it kept changing from one detail to another. In Jay’s first interrogation, he mentioned that he was shopping with a friend, whom we later recognized as Adnan, and this friend said that he was going to kill someone. Jay asked Adnan for a ride to buy a gift for his girlfriend, and coincidentally Adnan left his phone in his own car with Jay promising him a call. It is an imperative scenario because this is where Jay claimed that Adnan left to kill Hae. Later that day, Jay asserted that he received a call from Adnan saying that Hae was dead and he should pick him up at Best Buy.
A blood spatter proved in a case study that a teen could not have murdered her parents. In a murder case where an 18-year-old, Sarah Johnson was sentenced to life in prison for committing a first degree murder for both her and dad. The case reopened when a retired crime lab technician Michael Howard “testified that whoever shot Diane and Alan Johnson at close range on September 2, 2003, would have been hit by a "rain" of blood spatter” (http://www.cnn.com/2005/LAW/03/03/johnson/index.html?eref=sitesearch). Howard came up with his theories proving that, Sarah was not even close in committing those murders and it is a wrongful conviction. Based on blood spatter, Howard disclosed that the shooting which took place was at a very close range and
Daniel Holzclaw, 29, a City Police Officer was Found Convicted of 36 Sexual Assaults. He has been Sentenced Up to 263 Years Imprisonment. Oklahoma found its City Police Officer guilty on 18 sexual assaults. 29 years old Daniel Holtzclaw was convicted on rape cases. He was given the sentence of 263 years imprisonment.
Speck was sent to jail, for theft and check fraud, in 1963. After getting out of jail only 4 months after he was sent again for aggravated assault. His wife filed for a divorce on January 1966, he then fled to chicago. For a while he stayed out of trouble until, one day a 65 year old lady was raped and robbed in her own home on April 2, 1966, and on April 13 a barmaid in his local tavern, Mary Kay Pierce, was brutally beaten to death. He managed to deflect police questioning and escape once again.
Make no mistake if OJ Simpson was not a wealthy man and could not afforded the defense her received the outcome of this trial would have been much different. In the 90’s domestic violence was, a serious issue but one that was not taken serious. According to the FBI In 1992, 1,431 women were killed by their boyfriends or husbands. Yet when Mr. Simpson was arrested for beating Ms. Brown he was only ordered to complete 120 hours of community service, two years probation, fined $200 and ordered to donate $500 to a battered. He was allowed to walk out of jail and have access to the