A partial verdict was announced on the fifth day of deliberations in the civil trial for three Pittsburgh Police officers accused of beating a former CAPA student.
Jurors have ended their fourth day of deliberations without reaching a verdict. Earlier, jurors received more instructions from a judge in the civil trial for three Pittsburgh Police officers accused of beating a former CAPA student.
Jurors completed a third day of deliberations in the federal lawsuit Jordan Miles filed against three Pittsburgh Police officers.
The jury is continuing deliberations today in the civil case of the three Pittsburgh police officers accused in the beating of a former CAPA student in 2010.
Penn State University wants to “privately, expeditiously and fairly” compensate and address the concerns of victims abused by Jerry Sandusky, and it plans to reach out to their lawyers soon with more information, the school said in a statement Friday.
A Centre County jury delivered a guilty verdict on 45 of 48 counts against Jerry Sandusky in a child sex abuse trial Friday night.
The jury has found Jerry Sandusky guilty on 45 of 48 counts. His bond has been revoked and he was led away in handcuffs from the courthouse. In the case of unknown Victim 2, the victim identified by Mike McQueary, Sandusky was found not guilty of involuntary deviate sexual intercourse, but guilty of indecent assault, unlawful contact with minors and endangering the welfare of a child with regard to victim.
KDKA Radio’s Mike Pintek talks to jury consultant and founder of Trial Consulting Enterprises, Mary Griffitts. They discuss the ongoing deliberation of the jury in the Jerry Sandusky case.
Jerry Sandusky’s fate is now in the hands of a Centre County jury. The former Penn State assistant football coach is charged with 48 counts of child sex abuse.
After about seven hours of deliberation, the jury in the child sexual abuse trial of Jerry Sandusky has retired for the night.
Accompanied by his girlfriend, former State Rep. Bill DeWeese, of Waynesburg, reported to the Dauphin County Prison.
State Sen. Jane Orie has been convicted in a public corruption trial that took days to argue and several days to decide.
The jury has reached a verdict in the corruption trial of State Sen. Jane Orie. Jurors have found State Sen. Jane Orie guilty on two counts of theft of services and guilty of conspiracy, guilty of forgery and not guilty of perjury.
Jury deliberations resumed Sunday morning in the corruption trial of State Sen. Jane Orie.
Jury deliberations ended Saturday evening in another day of the corruption trial of State Sen. Jane Orie. The jury retired for the night around 8 p.m. They will resume deliberations Sunday.