Minnesota Man Found Guilty in Fatal Tubing Attack on Wisconsin River

HUDSON, Wis. – A 54-year-old man from Minnesota has been found guilty in the death of a high school student and the stabbing of four others who were tubing on a river in western Wisconsin. Nicolae Miu was convicted of first-degree reckless homicide, four counts of first-degree recklessly endangering safety, and one count of battery. The jury in the Wisconsin circuit court reached the verdict on Thursday. The sentencing date has yet to be determined (The Associated Press). The incident occurred in late July 2022 along the Apple River in St. Croix County, near the … Read more

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

High-Stakes Bet: Biotech Executive Found Guilty of Insider Trading in Shocking Turn of Events

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — A biotech executive, who was found guilty of insider trading by a jury, had allegedly made significant investments in a competitor’s stock. The verdict was announced following a trial that took place in San Francisco, California. This case highlighted the consequences of illicit financial activities among executives and the impact it can have on the integrity of the stock market. The unidentified executive was accused of using confidential information to trade shares of a rival company, resulting in unfair gains. The individual’s actions were uncovered during an investigation by the Securities … Read more

Breaking: Jury Finds Suspect Guilty on Multiple Charges in Jacque Mitchell Case

ST. LOUIS (AP) – The suspect in the death of Jacque Mitchell has been found guilty on multiple charges by a jury. The trial, which began earlier this week, concluded yesterday when the judge sent the case to the jury for deliberation. Within just five hours, the jury reached a verdict, finding Joseph Dejoie guilty of involuntary manslaughter, but acquitted of second-degree murder. He was also found guilty on charges of tampering with evidence, abandonment of a corpse, possession of a controlled substance, kidnapping, sodomy, and rape. The jury further recommended the maximum sentence for … Read more