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    He was convicted of two cold-case murders in Washington. Here is why prosecutors will again have to prove he's a killer.

    A new trial has been granted for a man convicted of cold case murders after a jury issue. DNA genealogy helped identify the suspected killer.
    By Victor Fakunle
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    A jury decided the fate of disgraced tech star Elizabeth Holmes. Here is what they ruled.

    A federal jury handed down its verdict in the case against Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes. She was a tech star, but faced accusations it was all a scheme.
    By Front Page Detective Staff
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    Jury reaches verdict on whether Jeffrey Epstein's pal Ghislaine Maxwell is a sex trafficker

    A federal jury in New York gave its verdict in the Ghislaine Maxwell sex trafficking case. She was the mistress to pedophile Jeffrey Epstein, who committed suicide in prison.
    By Front Page Detective Staff
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    Jury reaches verdict in Minnesota police shooting where officer believed she was using a Taser

    A jury in Minnesota has given its verdict in the shooting of Daunte Wright. Officer Kim Potter thought she was using a Taser when she shot Wright in a traffic stop.
    By Front Page Detective Staff
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    The skinny on the Fatty Arbuckle trial: A look into Hollywood’s first scandalous trial

    Fatty Arbuckle, a silent-movie icon, was accused of sexually assaulting a woman. After a series of trials, he was acquitted, but his career never recovered.
    By Taneia Surles
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    Jury hands down verdict in Kyle Rittenhouse shooting case. Here's what they decided.

    A jury has reached a verdict in the murder trial for Kyle Rittenhouse in Wisconsin. He shot and killed two people during police protests but claimed self-defense.
    By Front Page Detective Staff
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    Closing arguments set for Kyle Rittenhouse trail, jury to soon decide fate

    Kyle Rittenhouse's fate will soon be decided by a jury as lawyers give their closing arguments in his murder trial in Kenosha, Wisconsin. The case is about a shooting during protests.
    By Front Page Detective Staff
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    'I defended myself': Live updates as Kyle Rittenhouse takes the witness stand in his murder trial

    Follow along for updates as Kyle Rittenhouse testifies during his murder trial in Wisconsin. He shot and killed two people during police protests.
    By Front Page Detective Staff
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    Defense, prosecutors paint different pictures of Kyle Rittenhouse shooting. The question is, was it self-defense?

    The trial against Kyle Rittenhouse has started in Kenosha, Wisconsin, with lawyers giving opening statements. He shot people during police protests, but was it self-defense?
    By Front Page Detective Staff
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    CELEBRITY JUSTICE

    Federal jury hands down verdict in R. Kelly trial regarding sex crimes. Here's what they decided.

    A federal jury handed down its verdict in the trial against singer R. Kelly. He was facing accusations of having sex with children and other crimes.
    By Front Page Detective Staff
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    Jury reaches verdict in Robert Durst murder trial. Here's what they decided.

    Robert Durst, a suspected serial killer, was found guilty of killing his friend in California. The murder is one of three that prosecutors say he committed.
    By Front Page Detective Staff
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    A trial made for television: The Menendez murder case became made-for-TV fodder

    Here is a recap of the case against Lyle and Erik Menendez. The duo was convicted of killing their parents and now reside in the same California prison.
    By Taneia Surles
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    'He’s pure evil': Man sentenced to prison for stabbing a college coed more than 100 times in case of mistaken Uber

    A South Carolina jury gave its verdict in the murder case over the killing of Samantha Josephson and a mistaken Uber. The suspect was sentenced to prison for killing the college student
    By Front Page Detective Staff
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    Coed thought she was getting into an uber. Instead, it ended with her being stabbed more than 100 times.

    Attorneys gave the jury the first details of the killing of Samantha Josephson in Columbia, South Carolina. She got into a car she thought was an uber and was murdered.
    By Front Page Detective Staff
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    MURDER & MAYHEM

    Colorado school shooter opened fire on his classmate. He could soon spend life in prison.

    A Colorado teen who shot and killed a classmate and injured others in a school shooting was found guilty of murder. He faces life in prison on the charge.
    By Victor Fakunle
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    Judge hands down two decade prison sentence for Derek Chauvin in killing George Floyd

    Ex-Minnesota cop Derek Chauvin was sentenced to prison for murdering George Floyd during an arrest in May 2020. Floyd's family spoke at a sentencing hearing.
    By Front Page Detective Staff
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    Derek Chauvin to learn his prison fate today for killing George Floyd duirng an arrest

    Ex-Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin is set to be sentenced on June 25 for the murder of George Floyd during an arrest. Chauvin choked Floyd to death.
    By Front Page Detective Staff
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    CELEBRITY JUSTICE

    Phil Spector: The story of how the man went from music mogul to convicted murderer

    Phil Spector was one of the most sought music producers in their industry. But, drugs, alcohol and mental health problems sent him on a spiral that ended in murder.
    By Jean Campbell
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    The murder trial of Sam Sheppard: Did he kill his wife? A mystery that remains a half-century later

    Sam Sheppard was accused of murdering his wife in Ohio. But, a media circus led to his first conviction being tossed. Here is the story of the murder and trials.
    By Taneia Surles
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    Is Derek Chauvin a cruel murderer or average Joe doing his job? Sides lay out arguments ahead of sentencing

    Derek Chauvin was convicted of murdering George Floyd in Minnesota and awaits sentencing. The sides laid out how long he should stay in prison in the latest update.
    By Front Page Detective Staff
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    COLD CASES

    A quarter-century after a 14-year-old was murdered in Idaho, a family finally saw the killer convicted

    An Idaho jury convicted a man of murder for the death of a 14-year-old in 1995. The cold-case killing is now solved and the suspect will head to prison.
    By Victor Fakunle
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    Illegal immigrant found guilty of killing Iowa college student Mollie Tibbets as she went out for a run.

    The man who killed Mollie Tibbets in Iowa was found guilty of murder following a trial. He will now await his sentencing and faces life in prison.
    By Front Page Detective Staff
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    Stunning testimony: Mollie Tibbett's accused killer says duo kidnapped him, forced him to help in the murder

    Mollie Tibbetts was murdered in 2018 and left in an Iowa cornfield. The illegal immigrant accused of killing her told about how he was forced to participate in the murder.
    By Front Page Detective Staff
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    'No Evidence': Defense gives details on Robert Durst as his murder trial restarts

    Real estate heir Robert Durst is on trial for the alleged killing of his friend Susan Berman. Prosecutors say the killing was to cover up another murder.
    By Front Page Detective Staff
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    Found dead in a cornfield: Lawyers give opening statements in trial over Mollie Tibbetts' death

    Mollie Tibbetts was reported missing and later found dead in a cornfield. The suspect in her murder faces trial in Iowa this week. Lawyers started by giving opening statements.
    By Victor Fakunle
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    'He blew her brains out': Murder trial against real estate heir Robert Durst resumes

    Real estate heir Robert Durst is back on trial and accused of murder. The trial resumed after a 14-month break because of COVID-19 concerns. Prosecutors restated their case.
    By Victor Fakunle
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    'I have never seen any remorse': The case and trial against Oklahoma City bomber Timothy McVeigh

    In 1995, a bomb tore through a federal building in Oklahoma City. Timothy McVeigh was the mastermind behind the plot and his trial was the biggest case since O.J. Simpson.
    By Taneia Surles
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    Derek Chauvin said his murder trial was not fair and his conviction should be tossed

    Derek Chauvin filed a request to have his verdict tossed because he says he did not receive a fair trial. Ex-cop Chauvin was convicted of murdering George Floyd in Minnesota.
    By Front Page Detective Staff
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    Derek Chauvin 'particularly cruel' during George Floyd murder, state claims as it asks for stiff sentence

    Convicted murderer Derek Chauvin is set to be sentenced in June for killing George Floyd. Lawyers from both sides discussed what sentence he should receive from a Minnesota judge.
    By Front Page Detective Staff
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    'No one to blame...but himself': SC cop who shot a black man in the back to remain in prison

    A federal judge rejected an appeal by Michael Slager for his shooting of Walter Scott in South Carolina. Slager, a former cop, shot Scott in the back.
    By Victor Fakunle
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    Jury finds Derek Chauvin guilty. Ex-Minneapolis cop awaits prison sentencing fate

    A jury handed down its verdict in the trial of Derek Chauvin over the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Chauvin, a former police officer, was involved in Floyd's arrest.
    By Front Page Detective Staff
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    Jury set to decide Derek Chauvin's fate in case over George Floyd's death

    The jury has started its discussions to try and reach a verdict in the case of Derek Chauvin, who was charged with murder in connection to the death of George Floyd.
    By Front Page Detective Staff
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    The world waits: Jury set to deliberate in George Floyd trial after lawyers gave final comments

    Lawyers gave their final statements in the Minnesota trial against Derek Chauvin in connection to the death of George Floyd. The jury will now deliberate the murder charge.
    By Victor Fakunle
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    Jury set to decide the verdict in Derek Chauvin's murder trial. Here is when it might happen.

    Both sides in the Derek Chauvin murder trial have rested their case. The jury will soon decide whether the former police officer murdered George Floyd during an arrest.
    By Front Page Detective Staff
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    Defense expert talks George Floyd's cause of death. Here's what he played a part.

    A medical expert for the defense talked about how what he believed caused George Floyd's death. Former police officer Derek Chauvin was charged with murder in connection to Floyd's killing.
    By Carole Lieberman MD
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    Defense starts to present its case in Derek Chauvin's murder trial. Here's what the first witnesses said.

    Defense calls its first witnesses in the trial of Derek Chauvin. The former police officer in Minneapolis faces murder charges in connection to the death of George Floyd.
    By Front Page Detective Staff
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    George Floyd's brother talks upbringing as state winds down case against Derek Chauvin

    The state called some of its final witnesses on Day 11 of the trial against Derek Chauvin. Chauvin is accused of murder in connection to the death of George Floyd during an arrest in May 2020.
    By Front Page Detective Staff
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    The trial of trials: O.J. Simpson’s murder case divided America on racial lines

    O.J. Simpson's trial might be the most famous in history. The trial became must-watch TV for millions of Americans and the victim divided America on racial lines.
    By Taneia Surles
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    Here is what medical experts said caused George Floyd's death as he was being restrained by police

    Medical experts, including the doctor who performed the autopsy on George Floyd, talked about his cause of death. They spoke as witnesses during Derek Chauvin's trial.
    By Victor Fakunle
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    'The moment the light goes out': Medical expert testifies how George Floyd died during his arrest

    A medical expert testified during Day 9 of testimony about how George Floyd died under the knee of Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin. The former officer was accused of killing Floyd during an arrest.
    By Front Page Detective Staff
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    Did George Floyd admit to using 'too many' drugs as police held him to the ground? Depends on who is listening.

    George Floyd died in May 2020 during his arrest in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Four officers were charged in connection to his death. Testimony on Day 8 focused on Floyd's words and drugs found at the scene.
    By Front Page Detective Staff
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    Police experts talk about different holds, first aid officers like Derek Chauvin are trained to use

    Testimony on Day 7 of the trial over George Floyd's death focused on use of force and what police officers in Minneapolis are trained to do. Derek Chauvin faces murder charges in connection to Floyd's death.
    By Front Page Detective Staff
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    'Not what we teach': Police chief blasts Derek Chauvin's chokehold as he testifies during trial

    Minneapolis' police chief said the chokehold Derek Chauvin used on George Floyd during his arrest is not something they teach. The chief testified as Chauvin's trial moved into its second week.
    By Front Page Detective Staff
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    'Absolutely unnecessary': Police supervisor blasts officers for the use of force in George Floyd arrest

    George Floyd died on May 25, 2020, as police officers restrained him during his arrest. The incident sparked worldwide protests. Nearly a year later, one of the officers involved in a trial and accused of murder.
    By Victor Fakunle
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    Paramedics testify they thought George Floyd was dead when they arrived at his encounter with police

    Derek Chauvin was a police officer in Minnesota and charged in connection to the death of George Floyd. His murder trial is happening in Florida and on Day 4, the first paramedics on the scene testified.
    By Front Page Detective Staff
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    'I'm not a bad guy': Body cams played during Day 3 of Derek Chauvin's trial show officers arresting, restraining George Floyd

    Day 3 of Derek Chauvin's trial in Minneapolis, Minnesota, featured witness testimony. Prosecutors also showed the body camera footage from the police officers involved in the arrest and holding Floyd to the ground.
    By Front Page Detective Staff
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    NEWS

    Witness recount George Floyd's death as they testify on Day 2 of police officer's trial

    Day 2 of Derek Chauvin's trial, who is accused of murdering George Floyd in Minneapolis, featured witnesses who saw the police officers kneeling on Floyd.
    By Front Page Detective Staff
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    'Cry out in pain': Opening statements highlight Day 1 in trial over George Floyd's alleged murder

    The trial of Derek Chauvin over the death of George Floyd began in Minnesota with opening statements from each side and a few witnesses.
    By Front Page Detective Staff
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