A Connecticut judge has granted a new trial for Kennedy cousin Michael Skakel, ruling his attorney failed to adequately represent him when he was convicted in 2002 of killing his neighbor in 1975.
The jury did not reach a verdict on their second day of deliberations in the trial of two East Haven police officers accused of violating the constitutional rights of Hispanics.
After denying any wrongdoing throughout Wednesday’s testimony, embattled former University of Connecticut basketball star Tate George admitted that he tried to get fellow Huskies in particular to invest in a real estate development project.
During his testimony, former University of Connecticut basketball star Tate George denied several accusations against him from the Federal Bureau of Investigations.
Two New York City men charged with scamming the Mohegan Sun casino out of hundreds of thousands of dollars with the help of card game dealers are going on trial.
A judge has rejected a request from lawyers for James “Whitey” Bulger to suspend his racketeering trial for two days so they can have more time to prepare for prosecution witnesses.
A Connecticut judge testified Monday that he was offered a $100,000 bribe to influence a grand jury probe by a man who was under investigation for possible involvement in his wife’s disappearance and death in 1984.
Ex-hit man John Martorano admitted killing 20 people insisted Wednesday that he told authorities the truth when he implicated James “Whitey” Bulger in 11 of the slayings, but he acknowledged lying in the past, including to his close friend just before he shot him in the head.
James “Whitey” Bulger is on trial in a 32-count racketeering indictment accusing him of a long list of crimes, including participating in 19 killings. Here’s the latest look at the case against him, his defense and what’s happening in the courtroom.
A former cohort of James “Whitey” Bulger who admitted killing 20 people is insisting he’s not a hit man or a serial killer.