Alex Murdaury Seeks Supreme Court Intervention for Retrial Amid Claims of Jury Tampering by Court Clerk

COLUMBIA, S.C. — Alex Murdaugh, the disbarred attorney serving a life sentence for the murders of his wife and son, is seeking a new trial, alleging jury tampering by a court official aimed at influencing his conviction. Murdaugh’s legal team filed an appeal to the South Carolina Supreme Court, asserting that their client’s trial was compromised. The motion centers around accusations against Becky Hill, the former Colleton County Clerk of Court, who was allegedly involved in discussions with jurors during the trial. Lawyers for Murdaugh claim that Hill was motivated by a desire to secure … Read more

Convicted Murderer Alex Murdaugh Receives 40-Year Sentence for Financial Crimes in Federal Court

HAMPTON COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA – Convicted murderer Alex Murdaugh was given a 40-year prison sentence on Monday by a federal judge, following his guilty plea to numerous financial crimes. These crimes included charges of conspiracy, fraud, and money laundering. The judge also ordered Murdaugh to pay over $8.7 million in restitution to his victims. This federal sentence will run concurrently with the 27-year sentence he is already serving for similar misconduct in state court. Murdaugh, a disbarred attorney, was found guilty in state court of defrauding his personal injury clients and law firm out of … Read more

Disgraced Lawyer Alex Murdaugh Set to Face Sentencing for Financial Crimes Amidst Murder Convictions

Hampton, South Carolina – Former lawyer Alex Murdaugh is set to be sentenced in federal court on Monday for stealing from clients and his law firm. Murdaugh is already serving a life sentence without parole for the murder of his wife and son. Federal agents have recommended a prison sentence of 17 to 22 years for additional charges. These charges are in addition to the 27-year prison sentence Murdaugh received for financial crimes in state court, which he will have to serve if his murder convictions are overturned on appeal. The plea deal includes a … Read more

Yankees Add Powerhouse Alex Verdugo to Roster with Help from Aaron Judge

BOSTON (AP) — In an unexpected move, Major League Baseball outfielder Alex Verdugo has been recruited to the New York Yankees by outfielder Aaron Judge. The recruitment marks a significant shift for Verdugo, who has been playing for the Boston Red Sox. This surprising transfer between two fierce American League East rivals has caught the attention of baseball fans and analysts alike. Verdugo, known for his impressive skills both on the field and at the plate, is considered a valuable addition to any team. Judge, recognizing this potential, personally reached out to Verdugo to discuss … Read more