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Dying sex offender's family pleads for mercy

Most people won't care that John W. Strickling will die in prison.
Judge demands criminal probe of Stevens prosecutors

A seething federal judge dismissed the corruption conviction of former Sen. Ted Stevens on Tuesday and took the rare and serious step of ordering a criminal investigation into prosecutors who poisoned the case.
Transcripts show Stevens turned down plea offer

WASHINGTON - Former Sen. Ted Stevens turned down a plea offer that would have spared him a corruption trial and the possibility of imprisonment, according to newly released transcripts of conversations between attorneys and the judge.
Arson suspect faces new charges

...misdemeanor oil pollution in connection with the Sept. 21 fire. Gottardi also said Tuesday he had problems with his attorney and the judge presiding in his case. "This is not justice anymore or the American way," Gottardi told Weeks. After his first...
Haines: Man confesses to 30-year-old arson

...commit - a conviction based largely on circumstantial evidence. In recent interviews, prosecutors, defense attorneys and the judge of Jackson's 1973 court case said that's not uncommon in the American justice system. The question of Jackson's...


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