Closing arguments began Friday morning in the trial of a woman accused of shooting and killing her niece last year on her wedding day in Beaver County.
A former University of Pittsburgh researcher was sentenced for the death of his wife today.
Several jurors are opening up about the experience after handing down a first-degree murder conviction to the University of Pittsburgh medical researcher accused of poisoning his wife with cyanide.
After hours of deliberations, the jury has found Dr. Robert Ferrante, the University of Pittsburgh medical researcher accused of poisoning and killing his wife with cyanide, guilty of first-degree murder.
Allegheny County Judge Donald Machen refused to enter a judgment of acquittal on the remaining charges against Leon Ford Tuesday.
Jury deliberations in the trial of Leon Ford, who was paralyzed during a November 2012 traffic stop in the city’s East End, will begin from the beginning.
Jury deliberations resumed Wednesday in the trial of Leon Ford, who was paralyzed during a November 2012 traffic stop in the city’s East End.
The jury heard closing arguments today in the trial of Leon Ford, who was paralyzed during a November 2012 traffic stop in the city’s East End.
Dquay Means was acquitted of participating in the stabbing of Pittsburgh Steeler Mike Adams. However, he was still convicted of escape when he ran from police.
The jury has found the Beaver County sheriff accused of threatening to shoot a news reporter not guilty on all counts.
One of three men acquitted last month of charges that they tried to carjack Pittsburgh Steelers lineman Mike Adams has sued the player, saying Adams lied when he claimed the man had a gun and threatened him.
The jury has found the three men accused of stabbing and assaulting Pittsburgh Steelers lineman Mike Adams last year on Pittsburgh’s South Side not guilty.
Closing arguments were presented this afternoon in the trial of two men accused in a shooting in broad daylight last April at Fifth Avenue and Wood Street in Downtown Pittsburgh.
The man accused of killing his ex-wife in a 14-year-old cold case was found guilty by a jury Friday afternoon.
Former state Supreme Court Justice Joan Orie Melvin is expected to be sentenced Tuesday after being found guilty in a corruption trial earlier this year.