(CNN) -- The start of the multiple murder trial of James Holmes -- the man accused of shooting dead 12 people inside an Aurora, Colorado, movie theater -- has been set for October 14, a courts spokesman said.
Tamara Voll, in the middle of her trial on a felony charge of physically abusing her stepson, pleaded guilty Friday to a lesser charge of misdemeanor assault for hitting him with a broom last spring in their home.
A trial date of February 25th has been set in the Jason Cortez Sexual Abuse case. 22-year-old Cortez is charged with first degree criminal sexual conduct, tampering with a witness, making terroristic threats, false imprisonment and 5th degree assault.
A jury found Jace Prelip, a former Grand Forks police officer, not guilty Wednesday of felony terrorizing, but guilty of a misdemeanor charge of disorderly conduct for holding a gun to a man’s head last year at a party after hours of drinking.
A jury found Jace Prelip, a former Grand Forks police officer, not guilty of felony terrorizing, but guilty of a misdemeanor charge of disorderly conduct for holding a gun to a man’s head last year at a party after hours of drinking.
The trial started Monday for a Thief River Falls man facing multiple felony charges for allegedly trying to extort half a million dollars. The man used a crude threat, a handwritten note in a mailbox -- to try to blackmail a former neighbor.
A jury Thursday night convicted a Rodney Brossart, a Lakota, N.D. , farmer, of terrorizing the two law enforcement officers who arrested him in 2011, but found him not guilty of the theft of the six cattle of his neighbor that wandering on his land, beginning the unusual case.
The case of Lakota farmer Rodney Brossart, accused of stealing cattle and threatening deputies, is in the hands of the jury Thursday evening. The prosecution and defense rested, and the jury started deliberations around 3:45 Thursday afternoon.
Day three of the trial of Rodney Brossart - - who is accused of threatening deputies and stealing cattle - - will start Thursday morning. The case of the Lakota, Farmer gained wide-spread attention because of a several month-long stand-off by the Brossart family. During it, law enforcement used a predator drone to observe the family farm.
The deputy who arrested Lakota, N.D., farmer Rodney Brossart in 2011 was put on trial by defense attorneys in the second day of the actual trial — of Brossart on terrorizing law enforcement officers and theft of cattle.
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