Alex Murdaury Seeks Supreme Court Intervention for Retrial Amid Claims of Jury Tampering by Court Clerk

COLUMBIA, S.C. — Alex Murdaugh, the disbarred attorney serving a life sentence for the murders of his wife and son, is seeking a new trial, alleging jury tampering by a court official aimed at influencing his conviction. Murdaugh’s legal team filed an appeal to the South Carolina Supreme Court, asserting that their client’s trial was compromised. The motion centers around accusations against Becky Hill, the former Colleton County Clerk of Court, who was allegedly involved in discussions with jurors during the trial. Lawyers for Murdaugh claim that Hill was motivated by a desire to secure … Read more

South Carolina Court Clerk Steps Down Amidst Jury Tampering Investigation in High-Profile Murdaugh Trial

Walterboro, South Carolina – The court clerk currently under investigation for allegedly interfering with the jury in the high-profile murder trial of Alex Murdaugh has announced her resignation. Rebecca Hill, who served as the Colleton County Clerk of Court for four years, stated that it had been an honor to hold the position, particularly during the nationally publicized Murdaugh trial. During a news conference outside the Colleton County courthouse, Hill explained that her decision to resign was prompted by her reflection on the trial’s significance for South Carolina and the intense scrutiny it attracted from … Read more

Attorney Arrested for Allegedly Tampering with Voting Machines in 2020 Election, Claims to Uphold Constitution

Detroit, Michigan – Stefanie Lambert, a lawyer representing ex-Overstock CEO Patrick Byrne in a defamation lawsuit brought by Dominion Voting Systems, was arrested after a hearing on Monday. Lambert is facing charges of tampering with voting machines in the 2020 presidential election, a separate case unrelated to the defamation lawsuit. The arrest came after Lambert allegedly breached a confidentiality order by providing information from the defamation lawsuit to law enforcement, as claimed by Dominion’s attorneys in a court filing on March 13. Lambert has denied the allegation and maintained that she was acting to uphold … Read more

Convicted Murderer Alex Murdaugh Denied New Trial Despite Allegations of Jury Tampering by Clerk of Court

COLUMBIA, S.C. – In a prehearing, Judge Jean Toal made it clear that she would base her decision on allegations of jury tampering in the case of convicted murderer Alex Murdaugh on a federal ruling. The defense had to prove interference with the jury and its influence on their verdict. However, it was unlikely that Toal would grant a new trial for Murdaugh based on these allegations. At a hearing in the Richland County courthouse, Toal reiterated her intention to follow the precedent set in a federal ruling. She would ask the 12 jurors a … Read more