Vigilante Justice Unveiled: Closing Arguments Wrap Up in Baltimore Homicide Trial

BALTIMORE, MARYLAND – A homicide trial reached its conclusion on March 15 in Baltimore City Circuit Court. The case involved defendant Keith Taylor, a 44-year-old individual facing charges of first-degree murder and firearm use in a felony violent crime. Assistant State’s Attorney characterized the case as one centered around vigilante justice. Representing Taylor was attorney Brandon Taylor, who defended his client against multiple charges including having a handgun on his person and possessing a firearm with a felony conviction. Taylor, the owner of Yasmeen’s Automotive, grew frustrated with street crime and frequently stayed overnight at … Read more

Father Accused of Murdering 4-Year-Old Son: Bigsby Murder Trial Reaches Closing Arguments and Jury Deliberation Stage

HAMPTON, Va. – The closing arguments and jury deliberation are set to begin in the murder trial of a man accused of killing his 4-year-old son and concealing his body before reporting him missing. The accused, whose name is Bigsby, allegedly committed the heinous act approximately seven months before filing the missing person report in Hampton. The trial has gripped the community with its shocking and devastating details. Bigsby stands accused of taking the life of his own child and attempting to cover up the crime. The prosecution has presented evidence and witnesses, painting a … Read more

Baltimore Court Hears Closing Arguments in Stephawn Tate Murder Trial

Baltimore, Maryland – On March 5, the trial against 22-year-old Stephawn Tate concluded with closing arguments in Baltimore City Circuit Court. Tate is facing charges of first-degree murder, firearm use in a felony violent crime, possessing a firearm with a felony conviction, possessing a firearm as a minor, and having a handgun on his person. These charges are in connection to the death of Rodney Grinage. During the trial, Tate’s attorneys, Benjamin Charlton and Todd Oppenheim, were present in the courtroom. The assistant state attorney described the shooting that occurred on November 13, 2020, as … Read more

Closing Arguments Unveil Shocking Evidence in Michelle Troconis Murder Trial

NORWALK, Conn. – After weeks of testimony in the trial of Michelle Troconis, attorneys presented their closing arguments to the jury on Tuesday. In her statement to the jurors, assistant state’s attorney Michelle Manning adamantly declared, “Jennifer is dead. Let’s be very clear. She was murdered on May 24, 2019.” Manning proceeded to outline the evidence that the state believes establishes Troconis’s complicity in the alleged plot to kill Jennifer Dulos. Both the prosecution and the defense were given one hour each to summarize their cases for the jury. Troconis’s defense attorney, Jon Schoenhorn, contended … Read more