A former member of an Orthodox Jewish neighborhood watch group who was convicted in the 2010 beating of a black teenager in Baltimore is on a path to having his record expunged after a hearing Tuesday.
A sentence is handed down for a neighborhood watch volunteer convicted in the 2010 beating of a teen in Baltimore County.
Prosecutors are not seeking jail time for a former member of an Orthodox Jewish neighborhood watch group convicted in the beating of a black teenager.
Judge Convicts 1 Brother Of Assault & False Imprisonment In Neighborhood Watch Trial; Other Brother Cleared
Split decision. A judge rules in the trial of two brothers accused of beating a teenager during a neighborhood watch patrol.
It’s now up to a judge. Was it self-defense or a brutal attack? After days of testimony, one of the brothers takes the stand. The suspect tells a judge, the teen attacked first.
The trial for brothers accused of beating an African-American teen moves forward one day after the alleged victim refuses to testify and even asks for charges to be dropped.
After several delays, the trial is finally getting underway for brothers accused of beating an African-American teen during a neighborhood watch.
The case against George Zimmerman in Florida is affecting a Baltimore trial involving a neighborhood watch group.
Two brothers accused of beating a black teenager while patrolling an Orthodox Jewish neighborhood watch are set to go on trial Monday in a case with similarities to the Trayvon Martin shooting.
Barely in office a month and there’s already criticism being thrown at Baltimore City’s new state’s attorney. Controversy is growing over the case of two Jewish men accused of attacking an African-American teenager.
Baltimore’s new state’s attorney says his decision to drop a felony assault charge against a member of an Orthodox Jewish neighborhood watch group accused of attacking a black teenager was based on the evidence.
The brother of a man accused of attacking a teenager while on patrol with an Orthodox Jewish neighborhood watch group is now facing identical charges.