A soldier charged with killing two of his Army roommates at their base camp in Iraq waited to open fire until late at night as the victims readied for bed, a prosecutor told military jurors as the suspect’s court-martial ended Tuesday.
At the Roger Clemens perjury trial, defense witnesses praised Clemens’ work ethic, which defense lawyers have also been stressing as an explanation for his success. The prosecution says Clemens was able to pitch into his mid-40s because of performance-enhancing drugs.
The judge in the Roger Clemens perjury trial is imposing a time limit on all future witnesses in an effort to speed things up.
Profiles of Clemens trial jurors
Roger Clemens lost two legal moves in his perjury trial Monday: his efforts to strike the testimony of his former teammate Andy Pettitte and to bring in information from the divorce of his chief accuser, Brian McNamee.
Yankees general manager Brian Cashman testified Thursday at Roger Clemens’ perjury trial, sometimes sounding more like a defense witness than one called by the prosecution.
The Roger Clemens perjury trial moves into the next phase with the planned seating of a jury and opening arguments.
A lawyer for Kennedy cousin Michael Skakel told a panel of Connecticut judges Tuesday that his client’s 20-year to life prison sentence for killing his teen neighbor in 1975 was excessive.
Michael Skakel will seek a reduction in his sentence of 20 years to life in prison for killing his neighbor when they were teenagers in 1975.
A former squad mate testified at the trial of Meriden Marine Frank Wutercich that he felt the squad did nothing wrong in the Iraqi town of Haditha in 2005, when Marines killed 24 Iraqis, including unarmed women and children.