A U.S. appeals court tossed an njunction against federal executions, which blocked the Trump administration from carrying out four death penalty sentences.
Hamzeh Abushariah was charged charged for using a business owner’s gun to shoot and wound a juvenile who broke into a store ostensibly to burglarize it.
Russell Faria, jailed for 42 months before acquitted for murdering his wife, has agreed to settle his wrongful imprisonmmet lawsuit for $2 million.
Sylvester Turner asked his city's "criminals" and "crooks" if they would refrain from committing crimes during the coronavirus outbreak and "chill" instead.
Eighty-four-year-old Edwin Hiller, convicted of sodomy and attempted rape on girls as young as 7, is the first British prisoner to die of the coronavirus.
The U.S. government is expected to bring criminal charges against Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro and at least a half-dozen other Venezuelan officials.
Joshua Haskelll, released early from a halfway house due to the coronavirus, has been re-arrested for breaking into a home, police said.
Cesar Pastrana, who admitted to molesting nine boys during eight years ago has been killed in a prison fight, the Georgia Department of Corrections said.
The Justice Department, or DOJ, said it cracked down on a website that was fraudulently offering to sell vaccines for warding off the deadly coronavirus.
Harvey Weinstein tested positive for the coronavirus and was being isolated at Wende Correctional Facility in Alden, New York, the Niagara Gazette reported.