About six years ago my uncle had broken his back. Yes, it was scary, but we all thought he was going to be okay because it wasn’t too serious. But we were all wrong when he got his surgery and nothing had happened. And that was the beginning of my uncle’s depressing life. He has had about ten surgeries since then and every time something has gone, for example his last surgery they put a shocker in his back.
They also testified that Dzhokhar Tsarnaev sped in an SUV toward the struggle, ultimately running over his older brother. Dzhokhar Tsarnaev has pleaded not guilty to the 30 counts against him, including charges of using a "weapon of mass destruction resulting in death," but his defense attorney has said that he participated in the bombing. Summary: The trial of alleged Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev begins at the John Joseph Moakley Courthouse in South Boston, Massachusetts. During the trial's first day, Tsarnaev's attorneys surprise the court by admitting that he is responsible for the terror attack. Meanwhile, prosecutors show new video footage from the marathon scene and witnesses share their vivid, disturbing memories of that day.
But was he really responsible for the sinking? Captain Smith was told that the titanic could take on anything, whether it was a tiny thunder storm, or an iceberg 50-100 feet high, and possibly 400 feet long. Bruce Ismay was the White Star Line director. When titanic sank, it was said to be because of a flaw in the ship, which was under Bruce’s responsibility. Because of this, the titanic would have stayed in one piece, and would have stayed afloat for at least another 3 hours.
He was charged with robbery, bail was set for $10,000. The murder charges were held until his sanity could be proved. The Judge determined that Gein should be held at Central State for 30 days, for an evaluation. And on 23 December 1957 Judge Bunde announced that the psychiatrists had declared Gein insane. He was committed to Central State and stayed there until 1968, when he was found fit to stand trial.
On November 30, 2001, he was arrested for the murders of four women whose cases were linked to him through DNA evidence. In November of 2003 he pleaded guilty to 48 counts of aggravated murder, although he says he actually killed 90 women or more, almost all prostitutes. The murders occurred in the early 1980s. As part of a plea bargain, he was spared the death penalty and received a sentence of life imprisonment without
A short time later, in the larger, upstairs courtroom where Vaccaro's case was being tried, the same juror was asked the same question. She apparently changed her answer enough to be seated on the jury. Four days later when the guilty verdicts were returned in both cases, the jurors were polled. In the Willie trial, all 12 jurors and two alternates responded "yes," when asked if they wanted the death penalty. In Vaccaro's case, both alternates and 11 of the 12 jurors went for the death penalty.
Craig Price (also known as the Warwick Slasher, born August 1974) is a serial killer from Warwick, Rhode Island. He was arrested in 1989 for four murders committed in his neighborhood: A woman and her two daughters that year, and the murder of another woman two years prior.  He had a previous criminal record for petty theft.  After he was discovered, Price calmly confessed to his crimes.  Arrested a month before his 16th birthday, he was tried and convicted as a minor.
Graham was convicted of murder in 1987, after 14 yrs of wrongful imprisonment; the state gave Graham a £10 check and a coat that was 5 times too big. Whereas David Williams, Pride of the Canadian forces, Williams was set free, until further digging found that he had murdered and assaulted many women, he was finally convicted, after writings and photographic records were found. Additional research has found that accents can affect whether the defendant is seen as innocent or guilty. Mahoney and Dixon (2002) found that `Brummies` were more likely to be found guilty of armed robbery than cheque fraud compared to a defendant with a posh accent. Race of the defendant and jury`s play a massive part in the courtroom.
This is where Sacco and Vanzetti met. The trial for the robbery/murder in South Braintree was held in Dedham. As the trial progressed, it became more and more complex. A man by the name of Fred H. Moore was the one who managed Sacco and Vanzetti’s Defense. After and extremely grueling 6 weeks of cross-examinations, evidence, listening to witnesses, and closing speeches, the jury had found the two guilty of both murder and robbery.