Sixth Trial Effort Begins for Ohio Man Accused in 2009 Disappearance of Teen Girl

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio — In Mahoning County Common Pleas Court today, jury selection began for the sixth attempt to secure a conviction against a 54-year-old Alliance man, Robert Moore, who is charged with the murder of 17-year-old Glenna Jean White on June 2, 2009. Despite numerous efforts, White’s body has never been recovered, leaving critical gaps in the prosecution’s case against Moore. The previous trial, held in 2022, concluded with a deadlocked jury, propelling prosecutors to initiate yet another retrial. Previously, the proceedings were abruptly adjourned in April when an illness within the family of Moore’s … Read more

Philadelphia Reaches Settlement with Gun Parts Manufacturers to Halt Sales of ‘Ghost Guns’ in Effort to Curb Gun Violence

PHILADELPHIA, Pennsylvania — In a significant development, two gun parts manufacturers have agreed to temporarily halt sales of their products in Philadelphia and other parts of Pennsylvania. The announcement came as city officials settled their lawsuit against Polymer80 and JSD Supply. The companies were accused of perpetuating gun violence by manufacturing and selling untraceable weapons, commonly known as “ghost guns.” The lawsuit was part of a broader legal effort to restrict the marketing of assemble-at-home guns. According to city officials, Philadelphia filed the suit in July, citing the manufacturers’ reckless business practices that threatened public … Read more

Trump’s Last-Ditch Effort: Appeal Filed to Remove Judge and Delay Hush Money Trial

New York, NY – Lawyers representing former President Donald Trump have continued their efforts to delay or dismiss the hush money trial taking place in New York. In their latest appeal, Trump’s legal team sought to remove Judge Juan Merchan from the proceedings and challenge his ruling that Trump is not protected from prosecution by presidential immunity. This development comes after a series of defeats for Trump’s lawyers in their attempts to hinder the trial. The case revolves around allegations that Trump violated New York tax and campaign finance laws when he paid adult film … Read more

Judge Slams Downplaying of Jan. 6 Insurrection and Condemns Effort to Elevate Rioters to ‘Hostages’

Washington, D.C. – D.C. District Judge Royce C. Lamberth recently condemned the attempt to downplay the January 6, 2021, insurrection during the sentencing of a participant convicted of multiple crimes. Judge Lamberth expressed his outrage at the effort to elevate the rioters to the status of “hostages,” emphasizing that such actions should not be normalized. This is not the first time Judge Lamberth has spoken out against the attempt to rewrite history surrounding the events of that day. In a previous sentencing memo, he called the insurrection a riot and emphasized the lasting trauma it … Read more