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The trial for the man who killed Blake Shelton‘s mentor Wayne Mills kicked off in Tennessee this week. But will The Voice star get to see justice served first-hand?

As the trial began this week in a Tennessee court, defense lawyers for Christopher Ferrell expressed concern jurors might be improperly influenced if Mills’ famous friends — including country stars Shelton and his wife Miranda Lambert — are allowed to… Continue reading Too Famous For Trial? Blake Shelton Could Sway Jurors In Mentor Wayne Mills’ Murder Case, Killer’s Lawyer Warns

Jodi Arias made one more attempt to kick the public and press out of the courtroom so that she could speak to the jury in secret as her death penalty retrial neared an end Monday.

The Arias defense team rested their case Monday, but Arizona law gives a convicted defendant a chance to address the jury directly before sentencing without being cross-examined by prosecutors.

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Jodi Arias’ attempt to get the death penalty taken off the table as a possible punishment for murdering her boyfriend Travis Alexander has failed, with the court rejecting her lawyers’ 17 reasons for dismissal.

RadarOnline.com can reveal that Judge Sherry Stephens issued a ruling late Wednesday denying the Arias motions on all points, clearing the way for the death penalty retrial to continue.


Her defense… Continue reading Laptop Porn Defense Denied! Judge Rejects Jodi Arias’ Request To Stop Death Penalty Trial


Kate McCann, the mother of missing toddler Madeleine, told a Portuguese court Tuesday that her son has asked her about the allegations that she hid her daughter.

McCann told the court: “Sean asked me in October last year: ‘Mr Amaral said you hid Madeleine, didn’t he?’

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“I just said ‘he did, and

Oscar Pistorius was deemed not mentally ill, and fit to stand the remainder of his murder trial, in reports from officials with South Africa’s Weskoppies Psychiatric Hospital Monday as his murder trial picked back up following a 30-day psychiatric evaluation of the double-amputee athlete.

The Olympian, accused in the Feb. 14, 2013 murder of his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp, was completely able to distinguish right and wrong… Continue reading Oscar Pistorius Trial Resumes, With Psychiatric Experts Saying Olympian Knew Right From Wrong — & Was Not Mentally Ill — In Reeva Steenkamp Shooting