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Topic - Jared Lee Loughner
A former staffer for Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords who survived the Tucson shooting that killed six people will be honored at the White House for her work toward preventing gun violence.
Former Rep. Gabrielle Giffords, partially blind, her right arm paralyzed and limp, came face to face Thursday with the man who tried to kill her last year, standing beside her husband as he spoke of her struggles to recover from being shot in the head.
If James Holmes pleads not guilty by reason of insanity, prosecutors wanting to prove that he methodically carried out a deadly Colorado movie theater shooting have a difficult task before them: They must prove he is sane.
Jared Lee Loughner agreed Tuesday to spend the rest of his life in prison, accepting that he went on a deadly shooting rampage at an Arizona political gathering and sparing the victims a lengthy, possibly traumatic death-penalty trial.
The judge overseeing the deadly Tucson, Ariz., mass shooting case on Monday scheduled competency and change of plea hearings for defendant Jared Lee Loughner.
Mavy Stoddard, who lost her husband in the massacre in Arizona last year that severely wounded then-Rep. Gabrielle Giffords, plans to be in a federal courtroom this week to see whether her prayers will be answered by a guilty plea from the man accused of the crime.
A possible plea deal in the deadly Tucson shootings that wounded then-U.S. Rep. Gabrielle Giffords would send Jared Lee Loughner to prison for the rest of his life, according to a person familiar with the case.
The man accused of wounding Rep. Gabrielle Giffords in a deadly shooting rampage has arrived at a federal courthouse in Tucson for his first court appearance since an angry outburst got him kicked out of a May competency hearing.
A federal judge rejected an argument by lawyers for the Tucson shooting rampage suspect and ruled that he can be forced to continue taking anti-psychotic drugs.
Some residents of one of the central Alabama cities devastated by last month's tornadoes are angry about a local ban on single-wide-trailer mobile homes.
The suspect in the Tucson rampage that killed six people and left Rep. Gabrielle Giffords wounded with a bullet to the brain will spend up to four months in psychiatric treatment, but a surviving victim said as far as he's concerned the man could stay there the rest of his life.
A federal judge won't reconsider his order sending the suspect in the Tucson shooting rampage to Missouri to have a competency exam at a federal medical facility and that it be videotaped.
The suspect in the Tucson shooting rampage that critically injured U.S. Rep. Gabrielle Giffords pleaded not guilty Wednesday to federal charges accusing him of killing six people and wounding 13 others.
A federal grand jury Friday returned a 49-count superseding indictment against Jared Lee Loughner in the killing of a federal judge and a congressional staff member, as well as for causing the deaths of four others during an attempt to assassinate Rep. Gabrielle Giffords.
"[W]hen I heard Gabrielle Giffords has been shot, I was like 'Oh, my God.' ... For some reason, I felt like I knew ... I felt like if anyone was going to shoot her, it would be Jared," he said.