An inside look at the case against the lacrosse player accused of killing Cockeysville native Yeardley Love. The court clerk opened the courtroom to the public where evidence from the case was on display.
The mother of a University of Virginia student killed by a member of the men’s lacrosse team has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the team’s coaches, the university’s athletics director and the state, claiming they ignored the student’s erratic behavior.
Remembering Yeardley Love. Thursday marks two years since she was killed in her off-campus apartment at the University of Virginia by her former boyfriend George Huguely.
The family of Cockeysville native Yeardley Love has filed a civil lawsuit against the former University of Virginia lacrosse player convicted of murdering their daughter.
The mother of slain University of Virginia lacrosse player Yeardley Love has filed a $30.5 million lawsuit against the former men’s lacrosse player convicted of murdering her daughter.
Murdered University of Virginia student Yeardley Love’s mother speaks out for the first time since Love’s boyfriend was convicted in her death. Sharon Love broke her silence Wednesday in a push for laws to protect women from domestic violence.
A former University of Virginia lacrosse player convicted in the beating death of his ex-girlfriend is scheduled to learn his sentencing date.
Lawyers for a former University of Virginia lacrosse player convicted in the beating death of his ex-girlfriend have asked a judge for a hearing on a motion to have the case retried.
Justice for Yeardley Love. The man who killed the University of Virginia lacrosse player from Baltimore County will serve decades in prison.
Attorney Tom Maronick Jr. joined The Norris & Davis Show to discuss the inner-workings of court proceedings and some insight into the murder trial of George Huguely V. Huguely was found guilty of second-degree murder and grand larceny in the killing of his girlfriend Yeardley Love.
There’s no shortage of reaction to the conviction of George Huguely, yet those we spoke with doubt the verdict will ease the pain of Yeardley Love’s heartbroken family.
After about nine hours of deliberating on the fate of the former University of Virginia lacrosse player George Huguely, a Virginia jury found him guilty of second-degree murder and grand larceny. It took them another few hours to recommend a sentence of 26 years in prison, 25 for the murder charge and one for grand larceny. As per Virginia law, Huguely will not be able to get out of prison early on parole. This is a recommended sentence and the judge will formally sentence him in April. He may or may not follow this recommendation. The formal sentencing is April 16.