Murder Conviction Confirmed Against Michael SkakelThe State Supreme Court today released a more official version of a decision released at the end of 2016, reinstating the murder conviction of Kennedy cousin Michael Skakel.
Skakel Asks Court To Reconsider Reinstating ConvictionKennedy cousin Michael Skakel's lawyers have asked the Connecticut Supreme Court to reconsider its decision to reinstate his murder conviction in a 1975 killing.
Skakel Murder Conviction ReinstatedConnecticut's highest court has reinstated the murder conviction of Kennedy cousin Michael Skakel.
RFK Jr. Book Stokes Intrigue In 1975 Greenwich Murder CaseA new book from Robert F. Kennedy Jr. is stoking the intrigue over the widely chronicled murder that his cousin, Michael Skakel, has been accused of carrying out with a golf club in 1975.
Connecticut's Top Court Hears Kennedy Cousin Murder CaseConnecticut's highest court was hearing arguments Wednesday on whether Kennedy cousin Michael Skakel should get a new trial or be sent back to prison for a 1975 murder.
Connecticut's Top Court To Hear Kennedy Cousin Murder CaseThe Connecticut Supreme Court is set to hear arguments on whether the murder conviction against Kennedy cousin Michael Skakel that was overturned in 2013 should be reinstated.
Skakel Case Back At Connecticut Supreme Court Next WeekThe prosecution is trying to convince the Connecticut Supreme court to put Michael Skakel back in jail, by reinstating his murder conviction.
Appeals Await State High Court In 2016The Connecticut Supreme Court is expected to hear several high-profile appeals in 2016, including the state's attempt to put Kennedy cousin Michael Skakel back in prison.
Michael Skakel Settles Lawsuit Against Nancy GraceThe 2013 lawsuit claimed he was slandered by untrue comments that DNA linked him to the 1975 killing of his Greenwich neighbor Martha Moxley when both were 15.
Prosecutors Appeal New Skakel Trial
Skakel Granted Request To Relocate GPS Device Kennedy cousin Michael Skakel, who was released from prison last year after he was granted a new trial in the 1975 slaying of a neighbor, has received approval to have a GPS tracking device temporarily relocated from his ankle while he attends his son's ski competition.
Skakel Granted Permission To Travel