Jury recommends life sentence for man convicted in Charlottesville murder – AOL

  1. Jury recommends life sentence for man convicted in Charlottesville murder  AOL
  2. James Fields Gets Life in Prison, Plus 419 Years, for Murdering Anti-Racism Protester Heather Heyer in Charlottesville  The Daily Beast
  3. Jury recommends life in prison for James Fields Jr.  CBS News
  4. James A. Fields Jr. sentenced to life in prison in Charlottesville car attack  The Washington Post
  5. Jury recommends life in prison plus 419 years for Charlottesville driver James Alex Fields  NBCNews.com
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Major Mueller sentence filings imminent in Manafort, Cohen cases, as Comey girds for testimony before House GOP – Fox News

  1. Major Mueller sentence filings imminent in Manafort, Cohen cases, as Comey girds for testimony before House GOP  Fox News
  2. 3 new Mueller filings may show some of what ex-Trump aides have told investigators  NBC News
  3. Robert Mueller’s Bigger Collusion Picture Is Starting to Emerge  Slate
  4. Flynn sentencing memo leaves Trump-Russia collusion questions unanswered  Fox News
  5. Michael Flynn, Witness for the Prosecution  The New York Times
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What Mike ''The Situation'' Sorrentino's Prison Sentence Means For His Wedding

  1. What Mike ”The Situation” Sorrentino’s Prison Sentence Means For His Wedding  E! Online
  2. Jersey Shore’s Mike ‘The Situation’ Sorrentino Headed To Prison On Tax Charges  Forbes
  3. Mike Sorrentino, of ‘Jersey Shore’ Gets Prison Sentence: Your Week in Pop Culture  New York Times
  4. Jersey Shore’s Mike ‘The Situation’ Sorrentino sentenced to jail for tax evasion  NJ.com
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Cosby risks sentence of up to 10 years Tuesday

Cosby risks sentence of up to 10 years TuesdayDisgraced television icon Bill Cosby risks being sentenced to a maximum punishment of 10 years on Tuesday after the Canadian woman whom he sexually assaulted appealed for “justice” from a US court. The frail 81-year-old — once beloved as “America’s Dad” — became the first celebrity of the #MeToo era convicted of a sex crime, for drugging and molesting Andrea Constand, a former university basketball administrator, at his Philadelphia mansion in January 2004. “All I’m asking for is justice as the court sees fit,” Constand told the court Monday on the first of Cosby’s two-day hearing in Norristown, Pennsylvania.


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