Jury Convicts Charles Severance of 3 Alexandria MurdersJurors have convicted Charles Severance of killing three prominent Alexandria residents in their homes over the course of a decade.
Pistorius Trial: Witness Heard Screams, Then ShotsWitness says she heard a women's screams before four gunshots on the night the double-amputee Olympic athlete killed his girlfriend.
Defendant in 1 of Md.'s Longest Murder Trials Dies A former Westminster businessman convicted in one of Maryland's longest murder trials is dead.
Jury Quitting for Weekend in Taylor Slaying Case A jury spent a fruitless Friday deliberating the fate of a Florida man accused of fatally shooting Washington Redskins star Sean Taylor, but possible juror misconduct emerged when an unauthorized legal book was discovered in the jury room.
Zimmerman Found Not Guilty in Death of Trayvon MartinGeorge Zimmerman has been found not guilty in the fatal shooting of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin.
Prosecutor: Police Arrest Man in Conn. Linked to HernandezA prosecutor says the arrest of a Connecticut man is linked to the murder investigation involving former New England Patriots player Aaron Hernandez.
Trial Starts in 1991 Howard County MurderA murder trial starts this week in Howard County for a man charged in the 1991 death of his wife.
Prosecutor: D.C. Officer Left Child to 'Cook' in Car Prince George's County prosecutors say a D.C. police officer shot his mistress and left their infant child to "cook" in an overheated car.
Elfin: Sean Taylor's Alleged Killers Have Postponed Trial For 4 YearsSometimes the wheels of justice turn slower than Albert Haynesworth attempting to pass a conditioning test, and in the case of the death of beloved Redskin Sean Taylor, his suspected murderers have yet to be brought to justice, with trial having been delayed repeatedly over the course of 4 very long years.
Defense Rests At U.Va. Lacrosse Murder Trial; Closing Arguments Set To BeginThe defense rested in the University of Virginia Lacrosse murder trial without defendant George Huguely V taking the stand on his own behalf.