Jury Delivers Verdict in High-Profile Murder Trial of Ray Vera, Guilty on All Counts

SAN ANGELO, Texas – The jury in the trial of Ray Vera, who was accused of murdering Marine Staff Sgt. Bryce Rudisell, has finally reached a verdict. Along with the murder charge, Vera also faced two counts of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, one against Staff Sgt. Andrew Cauwell and the other against Staff Sgt. Devin Casey. After six days of listening to arguments from both the prosecution and defense, the jurors found Vera guilty on all counts. Sentencing for Vera is scheduled to take place on April 10 at 8:15 a.m. The trial … Read more

Chester Man Found Guilty of Rape and Gross Sexual Imposition Against Child: Jury Delivers Verdict in Shocking Case

LISBON, Ohio – A jury consisting of seven women and five men swiftly reached a verdict on Tuesday, finding Stetson Yost guilty of rape and gross sexual imposition involving a child under the age of 13. The jurors deliberated for only 45 minutes before delivering their decision. Yost, 34, of Chester, West Virginia, denied sexually assaulting the victim but his own words, displayed on a screen, proved damning in court. During the trial in Columbiana County Common Pleas Court, Assistant Prosecutor Steve Yacovone revealed a letter written by Yost to the victim. “In my own … Read more

Yakima Jury Delivers Swift Verdict in First-Degree Murder Case

YAKIMA, Wash. – After just six hours of deliberation, a jury in Yakima County has swiftly reached a verdict in a high-profile first-degree murder case. Jonathan A. Hidalgo has been found guilty in the death of his stepfather, Charles Ellis Wade Mills. The trial, which took place in Yakima County Superior Court, began with closing arguments on March 22nd. Following these arguments, the jury wasted no time in deliberation before returning with a guilty verdict. Hidalgo had been charged with first-degree murder due to his involvement in the 2021 shooting of Mills. The incident occurred … Read more

State Trooper Acquitted in the Controversial Death of Mubarak Soulemane: Jury Delivers Not Guilty Verdict

WATERBURY, Conn. — A jury in Waterbury, Connecticut has found State Trooper Brian North not guilty in the death of Mubarak Soulemane. The verdict was delivered on Friday, following a trial that lasted several weeks. The incident occurred on January 15, 2020, when Trooper North responded to a report of an attempted carjacking in West Haven. Soulemane, a 19-year-old, African American, was the suspect. After a brief pursuit, North stopped Soulemane’s car in New Haven. Video footage from the trooper’s body camera shows a confrontation between them, ultimately leading to North shooting Soulemane. During the … Read more