Casey Anthony Case: Defense Says Caylee Drowned in Family Pool

May 25, 2011

As the opening arguments were presented, the defense says that Caylee drowned in a family pool and George Anthony helped cover it up.

Oil & Antitrust Akin To Oil & Water?

March 3, 2011

Oil & Antitrust Akin To Oil & Water? FIFTH CIRCUIT REFRAINS FROM ADJUDICATING OPEC PRICE-FIXING CLAIMS By Shain A. Khoshbin – – February 22, 2011 Dallas, TX ( Oil prices are at historic highs; and some predict they will continue to rise. OPEC member nations, often working with private companies, regularly meet to coordinate and […]

Bus driver to stand trial in accident case

April 23, 2010

A school bus driver will reportedly stand trial after being charged with homicide in connection with a traffic accident. Philadelphia ( – A school bus driver will reportedly stand trial in connection with charges stemming from a traffic accident. As reported by the Bucks County Courier Times, Frederick R. Poust III was ordered to stand […]

New therapy tested for deadly lung cancer

April 12, 2010

A new therapy is reportedly being tested for the treatment of a deadly lung cancer. A new therapy is reportedly being tested for the treatment of squamous non-small cell lung cancer. As reported by, researchers in the U.S. are testing a viral therapy called Reolysin on up to 55 cancer patients who meet the […]

Firms accused of asbestos wrongs

February 10, 2010

Mesothelioma Cancer News ( news and information on mesothelioma lawyers Sydney (Mesothelioma Cancer News) – Two firms have been accused of attempting to stop regulators from putting controls on the use of asbestos. As reported by The Age, James Hardie and CSR were alleged in court to have attempted to persuade regulators to not place […]

Mesothelioma News: Asbestos trial begins in Italy

December 15, 2009

A trial involving a class action lawsuit regarding alleged asbestos contamination has begun in Italy. Turin, Italy (Mesothelioma News) – A trial regarding alleged asbestos contamination by Eternit, a Swiss building materials firm, began this week. As reported by AFP, the trial involves a class-action lawsuit on behalf of 700 individuals who were sickened or […]

Change of venue sought in teen murder trial

December 14, 2009

An attorney for a teen accused of murdering her nine year-old neighbor is seeking a change of venue for her trial. Jefferson City, Mo. ( – An attorney for a Missouri teen accused of murdering her nine year-old neighbor is requesting that his client’s trial be moved out of her home county. As reported by […]

Knox found guilty of murder, given 26 years

December 6, 2009

The college student was found guilty of the murder of her roommate and sentenced to 26 years. Perugia, Italy ( – Amanda Knox, the 22 year-old American college student who had been on trial for the murder of her British roommate, Meredith Kercher in Italy, has been convicted of the crime. As reported by the […]

Holder speaks on 9/11 mastermind case

November 19, 2009

The Attorney General expressed confidence that a conviction would be obtained for Khalid Sheikh Mohammed while speaking to a Senate Committee Wednesday. Washington, D.C. ( – Attorney General Eric Holder discussed his decision last week to send five suspects in the September 11, 2001 attacks to New York to face trial with members of the […]

Member of polygamist sect guilty of assaulting teen

November 8, 2009

Raymond Jessop has been convicted of sexually assaulting a 15-year-old girl. Eldorado, Texas ( – Raymond Jessop, a member of a polygamist sect accused of sexually assaulting a teenager allegedly “assigned” to him for a “spiritual marriage,” has been convicted of the crime. As reported by the Associated Press (AP), Jessop was found guilty Thursday, […]

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