#prosecution

Ahmaud Arbery's Family Worries About Impartiality of Jurors in Murder Trial
We go to Brunswick, Georgia, for an update as jury selection began this week in the trial of three white men who fatally shot 25-year-old unarmed man Ahmaud Arbery while he was out for a jog last year.
Prosecutor disputes reports that train passengers recorded rape without calling cops
The narrative that passengers watched a man rape a woman on a train in suburban Philadelphia last week and "filmed it for their own gratification instead of calling the police" is false, the prosecutor handling the case has said.
Terminally ill former MP Frank Field announces his support for assisted dying law
Peers have been told former MP Frank Field is "dying", as he revealed his support for a bill enabling terminally ill people to legally seek assistance to end their lives.
Amnesty International calls for probe into Covid deaths in Italian care homes
Amnesty International is calling for an independent parliamentary inquiry into Covid-19 deaths in Italian nursing homes and reports of retaliation against nursing home staff who spoke out about unsafe conditions there.
Amnesty seeks COVID-19 inquiry into Italian nursing homes
ROME - Amnesty International is calling for an independent parliamentary inquiry into COVID-19 deaths in Italian nursing homes and reports of retaliation against nursing home staff who spoke out about unsafe conditions there.
You be the judge: should my housemate return his out-of-control dog to the shelter?
The prosecution: Abdul
Joshua and I have lived together for six years, since meeting at university. We've always got along well; he's laid-back, fun, and fairly tidy.
Garland Parries Pressure From Both Sides in Congressional Testimony
Appearing before the House Judiciary Committee, the attorney general sidestepped questions from Democrats about the Jan. 6 investigation and batted away criticism from Republicans.
Police Can't Demand You Reveal Your Phone Passcode and Then Tell a Jury You Refused
The Utah Supreme Court is the latest stop in EFF's roving campaign to establish your Fifth Amendment right to refuse to provide your password to law enforcement.
Garland deflects lawmakers' questions on Trump as he tries to sidestep politics
Attorney General Merrick Garland testifies at a House Judiciary Committee hearing on "Oversight of the United States Department of Justice" on Thursday.