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Latest Court Tuesday Items
Amanda Bynes, the 27-year-old actress who was recently committed for schizophrenic tendencies, is mentally unfit to stand trial, her lawyer argued in court Tuesday.
A military judge did something extraordinary last summer when he ordered the Marine Corps' top officer to submit sworn statements in a sexual assault case. The answers from the commandant, Gen. James F. Amos, have some in Marine legal circles wondering whether he told the full truth.
George Zimmerman's defense attorneys have yet to take the field, but they're already up by double digits.
The mother of a Kansas City Chiefs player who killed his girlfriend and himself late last year, leaving his baby daughter an orphan, said in court Tuesday that relatives from both sides of the family should be involved in the girl's life.
Oscar Pistorius, the Olympic "Blade Runner" accused of murdering his model girlfriend, made a brief appearance in court Tuesday where he said two words: "Yes sir." The judge agreed to delay Mr. Pistorius's murder trial until Aug. 19.
The son of a disgraced former aide to President George W. Bush was due in court Tuesday in Montgomery County on a murder charge.
A witness who helped convict a man in the 2001 murder of Chandra Levy lied during the trial when he testified he had never previously provided information to law enforcement in other criminal cases, attorneys revealed in court Tuesday.
When Sen. Rob Portman of Ohio, a Republican, announced earlier this month that he has evolved into a supporter of same-sex marriage after years of faithfully defending actual marriage, it seemed more a matter of shifting convenience than a blinding conversion of conscience.
An initial court-martial hearing has been scheduled this week for a Marine sniper in connection with charges arising from last year's notorious video showing his unit urinating on the corpses of dead Afghans.