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  • Teen Convicted Of Two Murders

    Jurors on Friday convicted an 18-year-old of second-degree murder in the slayings of two members of the Bassett family of McCleary, but acquitted him in the death of Wendy Bassett. …


  • Inmate Convicted In Prison Deaths

    An inmate was convicted of murder and kidnapping Saturday in the deaths of a security guard and two fellow prisoners during a riot at a maximum-security prison. The jury will …


  • Court Rules Men Can Be Convicted Of Raping Wives

    The European Court of Human Rights ruled Wednesday that husbands can be convicted of rape for forcing their wives into sex. The court’s 13 judges unanimously rejected arguments by two …


  • Jury Finds Wood Guilty Second Time Fernwood Man Back In Jail For Death Of 2-Year-Old Girl

    More than a year after the state Court of Appeals released him from prison, Jehn Wood is behind bars again for the death of a toddler. After six hours of …


  • Canadian Defendant Admits To 14 Other Rapes

    One of Canada’s most sensational murder cases reached an emotional end Friday after Paul Bernardo, already convicted of the sex killings of two teenagers, admitted he raped 14 other women …


  • Court Clerk Convicted Of ‘Ghost Employment’

    The first black elected to statewide office was convicted Friday of having state employees work on taxpayer time on two of his campaigns. Dwayne Brown, elected to a four-year term …


  • Man Gets 18 Years In Stabbing Death

    A Spokanite who stabbed a man to death has been sent to prison for 18 years - doubling his time behind bars. Keith Studd already is serving an 18-year sentence …


  • Dairy Owner Sentenced For Tax Evasion

    Michael Cameron, the former owner of Foremost Dairies in Spokane, has been sentenced to 21 months in jail for tax evasion and ordered to pay $2.2 million to U.S. Bank, …


  • She Weeps For Brother, But We All Should Mourn

    A woman wept. Her sobs echoed through the courtroom, distracting you like someone coughing during a movie. Her voice, raw and broken, cried as the first “Not guilty” was read …


  • O.J. Probably Guilty, Juror Said

    One juror in the O.J. Simpson case told her daughter she thinks Simpson probably is guilty, but voted to acquit because the fiasco over racist investigator Mark Fuhrman torpedoed the …


  • 10 Guilty In Terror Campaign Sheik Led Bombing, Assassination Conspiracy

    Sheik Omar Abdel Rahman and nine other militant Muslims were convicted on Sunday of conspiring to carry out a terrorist campaign of bombings and assassinations intended to destroy the United …


  • Serial Killer Gets 50 Years To Life Term

    Serial killer Joel Rifkin was sentenced to 50 years to life in prison on Monday for the murders of two women whose bodies he dumped in 1993. Judge John Jones …


  • Woman Cop Guilty Of Murders

    A policewoman was convicted Monday of killing a former partner and two other people during an attempted robbery at a restaurant. Antoinette Frank faces execution or life in prison at …

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