A jury spent a fruitless Friday deliberating the fate of a Florida man accused of fatally shooting Washington Redskins star Sean Taylor, but possible juror misconduct emerged when an unauthorized legal book was discovered in the jury room.
Jurors deliberating the fate of the man charged in the 2007 slaying of former Washington Redskins star Sean Taylor watched the suspect's videotaped confession again and asked a question, but didn't reach a verdict Thursday.
The validity of a detailed, videotaped confession by the man charged in the 2007 slaying of Washington Redskins star Sean Taylor is the central question for jurors to decide in his first-degree murder trial, according to opening statements Monday.
Jurors were ordered to try again after telling a judge Thursday they couldn't reach a verdict on a defamation lawsuit filed by a former Cincinnati Bengals cheerleader against a gossip website that posted lewd comments about her.
A former Cincinnati Bengals cheerleader who had sex with her underage student told him she fell in love the first time he walked into the classroom where she was teaching freshman English, according to text messages read in court Tuesday.
Denver Broncos linebacker D.J. Williams' trial on driving under the influence and traffic charges ended in a mistrial just hours after it began Monday after his lawyer objected to how jurors were selected.
Amy Senser was charged with three felony counts of criminal vehicular homicide in the death of Anousone Phanthavong. Senser was found guilty of two: leaving the scene of an accident and failure to promptly report an accident.