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Latest Court Wednesday Items
A Woonsocket man has been ordered detained on federal charges of possessing and trafficking the prescription painkiller fentanyl and heroin.
Prosecutors and defense attorneys presented starkly different interpretations Wednesday of what it meant that former Arkansas Treasurer Martha Shoffner accepted $36,000 from a bond dealer who did a disproportionate amount of business with the state.
A federal prosecutor apologized in court Wednesday over sanctions for prosecutorial misconduct imposed by a judge during a major Hawaii meth-ring trial.
A federal appeals court Wednesday granted Nevada's motion to withdraw its support for a voter-approved ban on same-sex marriage and agreed to expedite the case.
A judge said Wednesday he will determine at a later date whether a man charged in four fatal shootings in Omaha last summer is competent to stand trial.
A Detroit prep football star slammed a security guard head-first to the ground after refusing to remove his hood while at school, a prosecutor said Tuesday in announcing assault charges.
In her first police interview after a YouTube video was posted accusing her of child sex abuse, a California educator acknowledged she had a sexual relationship with a young student, according to a newly released court filing.
Family and friends of a retired Tampa police captain accused of fatally shooting a man at a movie theater told a judge Wednesday that the former officer is an honorable, even-tempered man who should be released on bail.
Charges that Vice President Joe Biden's niece scuffled with New York City police will be dismissed if she stays out of trouble for six months.