Donald Trump Seeks New Trial or Reduced $83.3 Million Jury Award in Defamation Case

NEW YORK, NY – Former President Donald Trump is requesting a judge to either significantly reduce the $83.3 million jury award or grant a new trial in the defamation case brought against him by E. Jean Carroll. Trump argues that the judge overseeing the case, Judge Lewis Kaplan, wrongly prohibited him from defending himself during his brief testimony and that this warrants a new trial. In court filings, Trump’s lawyers assert that Kaplan erred in stopping Trump from testifying about “his own state of mind” and in providing an “erroneous jury instruction on the definition … Read more

Former President Trump Seeks New Trial or Reduced Damages in E. Jean Carroll Defamation Case

Manhattan, New York City – Former President Donald Trump is seeking a new trial or a substantial reduction in the $83.3 million in damages awarded to writer E. Jean Carroll in her defamation case. Trump’s lawyers argue that U.S. District Judge Lewis Kaplan limited the former president’s defense during his brief testimony, which lasted less than five minutes. They claim that this restriction influenced the jury’s verdict, making a new trial necessary. Trump’s legal team filed a 44-page document, affirming that the court restricted the scope of Trump’s testimony just before he took the stand. … Read more

Bayer’s Multimillion-Dollar Roundup Verdict Significantly Reduced, But Controversy Looms

SAN FRANCISCO, California – In a landmark decision, a California judge has dramatically reduced the verdict against Bayer regarding their Roundup weedkiller. The company was originally ordered to pay $332 million in damages to a couple who claimed that the product caused them to develop cancer. However, the judge has now slashed the verdict by over 90%. The case involved Alva and Alberta Pilliod, a couple who used Roundup for more than three decades. They alleged that their exposure to the herbicide caused them both to develop non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma. Last year, a jury sided with … Read more

Heartbroken Mother’s Plea for Justice as Murder Suspect’s Bond Drastically Reduced

HARRIS COUNTY, Texas – It seems that Jeremiah Brown, who was originally unable to come up with $15,000 for his $150,000 bonds, has seen a significant reduction in his bail amount. His bonds have now been lowered to $50,000, meaning he only needs $5,000 to secure his release. On December 1, 2019, Terry Tondre’s life took a tragic turn. It would be the last time she would see her son, Keith Tondre Hardy, who was just 25 years old at the time. Terry recalls that Keith had asked for a little more time before leaving … Read more