Los Angeles County supervisors said they won't act on civil grand jury recommendations that they put measures before voters to increase the size of the county governing board and switch from an appointed to an elected executive. Last year, the supervisors approved sweeping changes in the county’s...
A New York City grand jury on Monday indicted a Brooklyn man who is accused of fatally shooting a Muslim cleric and his assistant this month after they left a mosque in Queens. Oscar Morel, 35, was charged with one count of first degree murder, two counts of second degree murder and two counts of...
TEACH WOMEN NOT TO RAPE! (CONT’D): Kentucky substitute teacher faces rape charges. “The Paducah Sun reports that a grand jury indicted 27-year-old Kasey Warren on Friday on charges of third-degree rape and third-degree sodomy.”
Pro Bowler and former Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis’ son was indicted on a charge of third-degree criminal sexual conduct by a South Carolina grand jury, according to Bleacher Report. Ray Anthony Lewis III, 20, was indicted on Aug. 11 and “is accused of sexually assaulting an 18-year-old woman while knowing she was under the […]
The son of retired NFL star linebacker Ray Lewis was indicted earlier this week by a grand jury in South Carolina.
Former Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis’ son was reportedly “indicted on a charge of third-degree criminal sexual conduct by a South Carolina grand jury,” per Tim Prudente of the Baltimore Sun. Prudente cited Conway City PoliceShow More Summary
The son of retired Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis has been formally charged, after allegations of sexual assault earlier this year. According to Emily Weaver of the Myrtle Beach Sun-News, an Horry County grand jury indicted Ray Lewis III with third-degree criminal sexual conduct. Lewis III, a former Coastal Carolina football player was accused of engaging…
Patricia Welch maintains her innocence and says she doesn’t know what happened in the 41-year-old case.
Kathleen Kane, once a rising star in the Democratic Party, was convicted on charges that she leaked grand jury information to target a political rival and then lied about it under oath.
Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane announced her resignation on Tuesday, one day after a jury convicted her of perjury and other crimes for leaking sealed grand jury material to a reporter. “I have been honored to serve the people of Pennsylvania and I wish them health and safety in...
Attorney General Kathleen G. Kane was convicted on Monday of leaking grand jury information, and then lying about it.
HARRISBURG, Pa. (Reuters) - Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane announced her resignation on Tuesday, one day after a jury convicted her of perjury and other crimes for leaking sealed grand jury material to a reporter. “I have...Show More Summary
Kane was found guilty of leaking information from a grand jury hearing and then lying about it.
A jury found Kathleen Kane guilty of directing a leak of material detrimental to her predecessor in the office, and then lying about it. The voters are already due to choose her successor in November.
Jurors agreed the first-term Democrat leaked information about a 2009 grand jury probe to embarrass a rival prosecutor
The NY Times has conveniently left off her political affiliation until the second paragraph, but it should be highlighted. After all, Kane's convictions are related to her leaking grand jury testimony harmful to a political opponent....Show More Summary
A jury on Monday convicted Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane of all counts in her politically charged perjury trial stemming from allegations that she leaked grand jury information, a prosecutor’s spokeswoman said. The jurors...Show More Summary
The state's attorney general was convicted Monday of all nine counts in a perjury and obstruction case related to a grand jury leak.
A jury finds Kathleen Kane guilty of all nine counts in a perjury and obstruction case related to a grand jury leak.
The state’s top prosecutor is accused of leaking secret grand jury testimony in an effort to discredit a political rival, then lying to cover it up.