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Trials

Witness claims Guo Wengui flaunted his wealth to supporters: ‘He’s just a liar’

Guo founded GTV with Trump White House advisor Steve Bannon, one of several investment projects prosecutors claim Guo used to bilk his followers out of more than $1 billion.

Ex-Illinois star Terrence Shannon Jr., potential first-round NBA draft pick, not guilty of rape

Many scouts had been watching the case closely ahead of the NBA draft.

US reporter Evan Gershkovich, jailed in Russia on espionage charges, to stand trial, officials say

The Biden administration has sought to negotiate his release, but Russia’s Foreign Ministry said Moscow would consider a prisoner swap only after a verdict in his trial.

Menendez lawyer fixates on cooperator’s memory of senator ringing ‘a little bell’ to summon wife

Cooperating witness Jose Uribe finished his corruption trial testimony Wednesday afternoon after four days on the stand detailing his bribery agreement with New Jersey Senator Bob Menendez.

Sixth Circuit asked to allow recordings of Michigan livestreamed court hearings

Generally, judges are given wide discretion on what happens in their courtrooms, including whether proceedings are livestreamed or can be recorded.

NFL didn’t want Sunday Ticket on cable TV to limit distribution, economist testifies

An expert witness said that Sunday Ticket subscribers wouldn't pay anything extra for the out-of-market games if it wasn't for the league's collusion with the networks to limit distribution of the bundle and keep prices high.

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