Testimony from Gun’s Previous Owner Allowed in James Crumbley’s Trial: Storing Firearm Key Issue

PONTIAC, Mich. (AP) — In the upcoming trial of James Crumbley, who is facing four counts of involuntary manslaughter for his son’s mass shooting at Oxford High School, Judge Cheryl Matthews has ruled to allow testimony from the original owner of the handgun used in the shooting. The handgun was bought by James Crumbley just four days before the incident occurred. At a hearing in Oakland County Circuit Court, Matthews agreed with the prosecution’s argument that the testimony of the former owner, Kyle Keaser, could be relevant in James Crumbley’s trial. Assistant prosecutor Marc Keast … Read more

Lawyer James Murphy Predicts Settlement in SEC v. Ripple Lawsuit, Leading to XRP Price Climb

Tokyo, Japan – XRP, the cryptocurrency associated with Ripple, experienced a 5% increase in value over the past week, reaching a high of $0.5380. This upward trend can be attributed to two factors. Firstly, Ripple successfully obtained an extension to the remedies-related discovery deadline, which has been granted by the Court. This positive development has contributed to the overall optimism surrounding XRP. Secondly, crypto lawyer James Murphy has predicted a potential settlement in the ongoing SEC v. Ripple lawsuit. In a recent appearance on a podcast called “Thinking Crypto,” James Murphy shared his thoughts on … Read more

Landmark $22.5 Million Verdict: James River Church Found Negligent in Student’s Injury on Campus

Ozark, Missouri – A jury in Christian County has ordered James River Church to pay $22.5 million in damages following a 2019 incident that left a man injured on the church’s campus. Cooper Heishman, a student at James River College, was struck by a car while walking at night along a public access road near the church. The plaintiff argued that the church, which police confirmed owned the roadway, was negligent in failing to provide a sidewalk or adequate lighting. The lawsuit claimed that Heishman, who was 19 at the time, sustained severe and permanent … Read more

Jury Shares Recommendations to Prevent Future Tragedies After James Smith Cree Nation Stabbing Massacre

Melfort, Saskatchewan – The coroner’s inquest into the devastating stabbing massacre at James Smith Cree Nation has come to a close after more than two weeks of testimony. The jury, comprised of six individuals, has reached a consensus and is now sharing its recommendations aimed at preventing similar tragedies in the future. The inquest, which began on January 15, focused on the events that unfolded on September 4, 2022, when Myles Sanderson took the lives of 11 individuals, including 10 from James Smith Cree Nation and one from the neighboring village of Weldon. Over the … Read more