The jury seated for Bill Cosby’s sexual assault trial apparently cannot reach a unanimous decision on any of the counts that the famed comedian is accused of, and has announced that it is deadlocked. Nonetheless, Judge Steven O’Neill, who is presiding over the case, is insisting that the jurors keep trying and has…
Somewhere in Pennsylvania, Bill Cosby probably let out a quiet “Das Racist” sigh when his sexual-assault-trial jury selection was completed. Cosby’s fate will now be in the hands of 10 white people and two black people once the trial starts June 5.
Bill Cosby arrived at the Allegheny County Courthouse in Pittsburgh for the first day of jury selection in his sexual assault case Monday. At the conclusion of the day, five of 12 jurors were selected for Cosby’s sexual assault trial.
Cardell Hayes, 29, was found guilty of manslaughter Sunday night in the death of former New Orleans Saints player Will Smith, as well as attempted manslaughter for shooting at Smith's wife, Racquel, the Washington Post reports.
I’m one of those people who never wanted to serve on a jury. I live in Washington, DC, and because of the population of this city, I feel like I get called in every two years, like clockwork. I’m never happy about this though I do use it, similar to voting in national elections, as my gauge for changing demographics…
Shortly after a Los Angeles jury found Derrick Rose and two friends not liable for the rape of a California woman, things got strange.
Updated Wednesday, Oct. 19, 4:40 p.m. EDT: It took a Los Angeles jury only three hours to determine that Derrick Rose and two friends—Randall Hampton and Ryan Allen—had consensual sex with a woman who claimed that the men gang-raped her, according to the Los Angeles Times.