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.
A jury has been chosen for the racketeering trial of reputed Boston gangster James “Whitey” Bulger.
Defense attorneys in the federal corruption trial of Robert Braddock Jr., a campaign aide to former Connecticut House Speaker Chris Donovan, rested their case Monday after deciding not to call any witnesses.
The prosecution and defense in the brutality trial of a Meriden police officer are set to continue picking jurors.
An attorney for Kennedy cousin Michael Skakel says he plans to call him to testify as he challenges his 2002 Connecticut murder conviction on the grounds his trial attorney failed to competently defend him.
An expert on coerced confessions is casting doubt on testimony that Kennedy cousin Michael Skakel confessed to a 1975 murder, saying the statements were made at a reform school where he was subject to beatings and humiliation.
Prosecutors urged a judge Thursday to dismiss Michael Skakel’s latest challenge of his 2002 murder conviction, saying the Kennedy cousin’s claim that his trial attorney did a poor job should have been raised in an earlier appeal and that many of the issues he cites were previously rejected.