26-Year-Old Facing Gun and Drug Charges Fatally Shot Outside Connecticut Courthouse in Alleged ‘Hit’

WATERBURY, Conn. – A 26-year-old man facing gun and drug charges was fatally shot outside the Waterbury Superior Court on Thursday. The victim, identified as Jarron Chapman, was leaving the courthouse when he was shot by an unknown assailant on a motorcycle who immediately fled the scene. According to court records, Chapman had three pending cases, including charges of illegal gun possession, operation of a drug factory, and misdemeanor assault. Chapman’s lawyer referred to the incident as a “hit,” although he believed it was unrelated to his client’s court cases. The police are currently searching … Read more

Rising Incidents of Violence Prompt Calls for Enhanced Courthouse Security in Clark County

LAS VEGAS, NEVADA – In a series of unsettling incidents, the Regional Justice Center in Las Vegas has witnessed three separate attacks since the beginning of the year. One of these incidents gained national attention when a 31-year-old man, Deobra Redden, launched a dramatic attack on a judge during a courtroom hearing. The alarming frequency of these incidents has raised concerns about security within the courthouse. According to District Court Chief Judge Jerry Wiese, these three incidents in such a short period of time are highly unusual, as the court typically does not experience such … Read more

Grand Jury Indicts Suspect in Courthouse Bomb Threat, Target Unknown: Authorities

JEFFERSON COUNTY, TEXAS – A man has been indicted by a grand jury for allegedly making threats to bomb a courthouse. The Jefferson County grand jury charged Jonathan Mitchell Palmer with a 3rd Degree Felony charge of Terroristic Threat. While Palmer did not specify a particular courthouse, authorities took the threats seriously. According to a probable cause affidavit, the Texas Department of Public Safety Criminal Investigations Division received information on November 20 regarding bomb threats made on a Twitter account. Investigators identified Palmer as the account holder and visited him at a motel in Beaumont. … Read more

Courthouse Drama Unveiled as Clerk Admits to Plagiarism: The Shocking Truth Behind ‘Behind the Doors of Justice’

Hendersonville, North Carolina – In the ongoing trial of Alex Murdaugh, Becky Hill, the clerk of court for Colleton County, took the stand on Monday. As the trial delves into allegations of wrongdoing and misbehavior, Hill faced tough questioning from defense attorney Dick Harpootlian. Hill’s book, “Behind the Doors of Justice,” which she co-wrote with Neil Gordon, proved to be a focal point of the cross-examination. During the intense questioning, Hill confessed to plagiarizing parts of her self-published book. Despite objections from the prosecution, Harpootlian was permitted to continue his line of questioning. Hill admitted … Read more