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.
The wait is on. Jurors in George Huguely’s murder trial are forced to wait three days before they can start processing all they saw and heard about the tragic death of Cockeysville native Yeardley Love.
The final words. Prosecution and defense lawyers in the murder trial of George Huguely addressed the jury for the last time.
The defense team revealed an eye-opening surveillance video in the George Huguely murder trial. The former University of Virginia lacrosse player is accused of killing his ex-girlfriend, Yeardley Love of Cockeysville.
There was more graphic testimony in the George Huguely murder trial. Jurors heard the medical explanation for Yeardley Love’s death Tuesday. The testimony was too much for Love’s mother.
Jury selection has begun in Hagerstown for the first-degree murder trial of a schizophrenic drug addict charged with killing his 22-year-old neighbor.
In his own words. For the first time, a jury hears from George Huguely– the man accused of killing Cockeysville native Yeardley Love.
The murder trial of George Huguely is getting underway. The former University of Virginia lacrosse player is charged with killing his former girlfriend from Cockeysville.
In the nearly two years since a University of Virginia lacrosse player was charged with killing his ex-girlfriend, it’s become easier for possible abuse victims to get a restraining order and students must tell the school if they’ve ever been arrested.
The trial of a homeless man accused of killing a Denton woman in April has been scheduled.
A military jury has found a U.S. Army National Guardsman guilty of premeditated murder in the shooting death of an Afghan civilian.
A Baltimore County jury is continuing to deliberate in the case of a man charged with killing his girlfriend
and dumping her body near a highway in Virginia.