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Ohio judge weighs whether to keep rape trial open - New Pittsburgh Courier Jefferson, massachusetts - - New Pittsburgh Courier - Ohio judge weighs whether to keep rape trial open. Print · Email. Details: Created on Monday, ... Madison said after the hearing that he believes the related motion to move the trial out of Jefferson County to reduce the possibility of witness ... - -
Steubenville Rape Case: Ohio Sheriff Confronts Protesters - Huffington Post Jefferson, massachusetts - - Huffington Post - Ma'lik Richmond and Trenton Mays, both 16 and members of the Steubenville High School football team, are charged with raping a 16-year-old fellow student at a party last August, according to statements from their attorneys. Jefferson County Sheriff ... - CNN - Daily Mail - CBS News - - - -
The Haystack: Firearms Should Not be Feared - my.hsj.org Jefferson, massachusetts - - my.hsj.org - Back in the United States of America, the Washington Times reported the news that the FBI found violent crime (murders, rapes, robberies, and aggravated assault) was down by 4% from 2011. Andrew ... While mass shootings are terribly tragic and steps ... - -
Rape trial of Ohio teen football players to be public - Toronto Sun Jefferson, massachusetts - - Toronto Sun - ohio rape investigation Protesters gathered in front of the of the Jefferson County Courthouse in Steubenville, Ohio, January 5, 2013. A county sheriff under fire for how he has handled a high school rape investigation faced down a raucous crowd of ... - -
Ohio judge won't move football players' rape trial - The-News-Leader Jefferson, massachusetts - - The-News-Leader - Ohio judge won't move football players' rape trial. Published: January 31, 2013 7:52PM. STEUBENVILLE, Ohio (AP) ... Judge Thomas Lipps kept the case in Jefferson County, home to most of the people involved, but acknowledged concerns about witness ... - -