Ray McDonald is scheduled to be arraigned Sept. 25 and he faces a maximum of eight years in prison
Ahmad Ibrahim al-Mughassil was captured in Lebanon after a Saudi led operation led to his arrest. He was indicted in 2001 by a U.S. federal grand jury for the 1996 Kobar Towers bombing that led to the deaths of 19 Air Force Airmen in the eight story Kobar Towers barracks complex used by the U.S.... Show More Summary
Nothing seems to be going right in Niner land this year. Also, Andy Dalton for MVP, crazy Steelers fans, the latest on Johnny Football and more. INDICTED: Former 49ers defensive lineman Ray McDonald was indicted by a grand jury for raping an intoxicated woman at his house in December. Show More Summary
Des Moines Officer Vanessa Miller will not face charges after a grand jury looked at her shooting of Ryan Bolinger, 28. Miller shot Bolinger from her car after he approached her car by “walking with a purpose.” Miller had chased Bolinger after he got out of his car earlier and began dancing. After he stopped, […]
Ray McDonald, formerly a defensive tackle for the San Francisco 49ers, has been indicted by a Santa Clara County grand jury on suspicion of raping an intoxicated woman.
A grand jury in Santa Clara County, Calif., indicted McDonald, the former San Francisco 49ers defensive lineman, on one count of rape of an intoxicated person.
Santa Clara County prosecutors announced today that they had charged 49ers linebacker Ahmad Brooks with sexual battery, while a grand jury handed down a rape indictment against former 49ers defensive end Ray McDonald. Read more...
Former San Francisco 49ers football player Ray McDonald was indicted this week by a grand jury on one count of rape of an intoxicated person, the Santa Clara County prosecutor's office said on Wednesday.
Ex-49ers defensive end Ray McDonald was indicted Wednesday by a Santa Clara County Grand Jury.
Former San Francisco 49ers defensive lineman Ray McDonald faces up to eight years in prison after a Santa Clara County Grand Jury indicted him on a charge of raping a woman in December. According to records obtained by Tracey Kaplan of the Mercury News, McDonald was arrested at some point Wednesday and posted bail. Show More Summary
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — A Santa Clara County grand jury has indicted former San Francisco 49ers defensive lineman Ray McDonald on one count of rape of an intoxicated person. The announcement came Wednesday, with the indictment stemming from an incident last Dec. Show More Summary
A Santa Clara County grand jury has indicted former San Francisco 49ers defensive lineman Ray McDonald on one count of rape of an intoxicated person.
McDonald could serve up to eight years in prison if he is convicted, and Brooks could be in jail for as long as six months. A Santa Clara County grand jury has indicted former 49ers defensive lineman Ray McDonald on one count of raping an intoxicated woman following a party at his house in December, per the San Jose Mercury News. Show More Summary
The Smoking Gun: A grand jury today indicted a New Jersey man on two felony charges for allegedly firing a shotgun at a hobbyist's drone as it hovered near his residence last year. Russell Percenti, 33, is facing criminal mischief and possession of a firearm for an unlawful purpose charges. Show More Summary
There's a famous line about grand juries and their willingness to indict anything prosecutors put in from of them, that they will "indict a ham sandwich" (coined by a judge who was later indicted himself in an effort to prove the point). Show More Summary
Pennsylvania attorney general Kathleen Kane was ordered Monday to stand trial on charges including perjury and obstruction of justice over accusations she leaked secret grand jury information to the press in an attempt to discredit a political rival, then lied about it under oath. Show More Summary
NORRISTOWN, Pa. – Pennsylvania’s attorney general was ordered Monday to stand trial on charges she leaked secret grand jury information to embarrass a rival prosecutor after a judge rejected her...
Kane, who's charged with leaking secret grand jury information, fooled photographers by entering the courtroom behind her identical twin.
Pennsylvania’s attorney general, accused of illegally leaking grand jury information to embarrass a political foe and then lying about it, was ordered on Monday to stand trial on perjury, obstruction of justice and other corruption charges. Capping a five-hour preliminary hearing in a...