Father Found Guilty of Murdering 5-Year-Old Daughter, Harmony: Jury Deliberates for 1 Day Before Reaching Verdict

MANCHESTER, N.H. – Adam Montgomery has been found guilty of the murder of his 5-year-old daughter, Harmony, after a jury deliberated for approximately one day. In addition to the murder charge, Montgomery, 34, was also found guilty of second-degree assault, falsifying physical evidence, abuse of a corpse, and tampering with a witness and informants. Sentencing is expected to take place after April 1, with prosecutors planning to request that Montgomery be present. Montgomery was not in court when the verdict was read and had not attended the trial since jury selection. Harmony’s mother, Crystal Sorey, … Read more

Judge Rejects Trump’s Plea to Lift E. Jean Carroll’s $83M Verdict, Slamming the Door on His Legal Maneuvers

New York City, USA – A judge in New York City swiftly denied former President Donald Trump’s request to suspend an $83 million verdict against him in a defamation lawsuit filed by writer E. Jean Carroll. The ruling came just days after Trump’s lawyers made the request. Carroll accused Trump of raping her in a department store dressing room in the 1990s. Trump denied the allegation and claimed that Carroll was lying to sell a book. In a move that many saw as a way to dodge responsibility for his words, Trump argued that he … Read more

$21.3 Million Decision Shakes Colorado: The Remarkable Verdict in a Contentious Custody Battle

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – A Colorado custody case concluded with a jury awarding a verdict of $21.3 million. The dispute centered around the custody of a child, highlighting the complexities and challenges of custody battles. The case drew attention to the issue of child custody laws and raised questions about the impact on families involved. The trial involved conflicting claims from both parents seeking custody of their child. The jury deliberated and ultimately decided to grant primary custody to the mother. In addition to obtaining custody, the mother was also awarded a substantial financial settlement. … Read more

NRA Executives, Including Wayne LaPierre, Held Liable for Corruption in Landmark Jury Verdict

New York, NY – In a landmark verdict, a jury has found several National Rifle Association (NRA) executives, including its head Wayne LaPierre, liable for corruption. The court case extensively examined allegations of financial misconduct within the influential gun rights organization. The ruling signifies a significant blow to the NRA’s reputation and raises questions about its future. The trial focused on claims that the defendants misused NRA funds for personal gain, diverting millions of dollars towards luxury travel, private jets, and excessive expenses. Additionally, it was alleged that the executives had awarded lucrative contracts to … Read more