The Pittsburgh Gazzette is reporting on a case of a An Allegheny County judge who rejected a plea deal from a defendant and the District Attorney, given that he saw it as racially biased. Common Pleas Judge Joseph K. Williams, who is black, rejected a deal to allow a white defendant — Jeffery McGowan, 24, […]
The average murder case in North Carolina took 544 days to go to trial last fiscal year. In that time, 619 people were charged with murder and only 106 went to trial.
A rehabbed convict is rehabbing house for the homeless in Fayetteville. After serving nearly two decades in prison on drug charges, Pastor Jesse Garner turned his life around and has spent the last ten year serving the homeless in various ways in Fayetteville.
An Obama-Clinton ticket could be in the cards in 2012, Pulitzer Prize-winning political reporter Bob Woodward said Tuesday.