The civil re-trial continues for three Pittsburgh Police officers who are accused of using excessive force against a former CAPA student.
The second civil trial brought by Jordan Miles against three police officers continued with more testimony on Thursday.
The man found guilty in the fatal beating of his girlfriend’s young son in Fayette County has now been sentenced to the death penalty.
Testimony began this afternoon after opening statements concluded in the second trial of the civil suit brought by Jordan Miles against three police officers after an incident in Homewood in January of 2010.
The man accused of slashing the throat of a bicyclist on the South Side has been found guilty on all counts.
After the jury in the first civil trial deadlocked on whether the three officers falsely arrested and used excessive force on Jordan Miles, the Miles family vowed to pursue a new trial.
The jury in the trial of a man accused in a 2012 double murder in Penn Hills saw the letters in court on Friday that the defendant sent to a key witness.
The trial of a man accused in a double homicide at a West Mifflin housing complex has resulted in a mistrial.
The jury will continue deliberations Wednesday in the trial of a man accused in a double homicide at a West Mifflin housing complex.
Allegheny County Sheriff’s vans brought jurors to the Mon View Heights housing complex in West Mifflin Thursday morning.
Jury deliberations are to resume Friday in the murder trial involving a Slippery Rock University student.
The accused gunman in a shooting downtown this past spring are on trial.
The trial for three young men charged with fatally shooting a western Pennsylvania college student during a drug-related robbery ended abruptly when one juror fainted because of a bloody crime scene photo and another remembered knowing one defendant’s relative.
The man accused of killing his ex-wife in a 14-year-old cold case was found guilty by a jury Friday afternoon.
A Pennsylvania woman has been fined $500 for cursing because she was frustrated with being picked to serve on a jury.