'How does everyone keep a straight face? I'd be dying.'
On Oct 25, 2021 by Tricia Crimmins
‘If you saw this, you would not let my a** into a courtroom.'
On Sep 1, 2021 by Brooke Sjoberg
'They clearly did not understand what a deepfake was, but used it as a sensationalized weapon...'
On May 17, 2021 by Mikael Thalen
One observer called it 'the kind of visceral, on-the-spot reaction that sticks in a juror's mind.'
On Mar 29, 2021 by Phil West
The prosecutor acted on a hunch. Now she's being praised.
On Mar 10, 2021 by Jennifer Xia
The reporter's intel came from the suspect's mom.
On Jan 11, 2021 by Phil West
A progressive group snatched the domain up.
On Sep 27, 2020 by Kahron Spearman
Her own daughter sued her to take them down.
On May 22, 2020 by Sierra Juarez
As far as we know, Singapore's recent sentencing is the first of its kind to occur over Zoom.
On May 20, 2020 by Nahila Bonfiglio
Even virtually, a courtroom is still a courtroom.
On Apr 15, 2020 by Nahila Bonfiglio
President Donald Trump has since criticized the head juror on Twitter.
On Feb 13, 2020 by Mikael Thalen
The court stops short of requiring a paper ballot backup in 2019.
On Aug 15, 2019 by Claire Goforth