James Whitemarsh, a former BBC producer, has been acquitted of sexual assault by the Southwark Crown Court after a jury accepted his claim that eating raw oysters left him without control of his actions, according to a Daily Mail report. Whitemarsh, 41, was charged with groping a female paramedic after friends called an ambulance for him when he began acting strangely while they were dining out.
A former Wickes cashier who later became one of Nigeria's most powerful politicians will be sentenced later for fraud and embezzlement which could exceed £160m. James Ibori pleaded guilty at Southwark Crown Court in February to a se... Read Post
Neville Neville, the 64-year-old father of former England and English Premier League stalwarts Gary and Phil Neville, was found not guilty of sexual assault on Wednesday. The jury came to the not guilty verdict after a 75-minute del... Read Post
A Sauk County, Wisconsin jury, meeting until 1 a.m. Saturday, acquitted Vernon Hershberger on three charges: operating a farm store without a retail food establishment permit, operating a dairy farm without a milk producer license, ... Read Post