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Jury finds Aaron Hernandez Guilty of First-Degree Murder

Jury finds Aaron Hernandez Guilty of First-Degree Murder

On Wednesday, a Massachusetts jury found Aaron Hernandez, a former football tight end, guilty of first-degree murder.

The decision by the jury in Bristol County Superior Court in Fall River is considered to be a surprising judgment. The jury said that Hernandez, 25, acted with ‘extreme atrocity or cruelty’ in the incident, which took place in June 2013.

Durham County Superior Court judge to determine death penalty against Craig Stephen Hicks Monday

Durham County Superior Court judge to determine death penalty against Craig Stephen Hicks Monday

A death penalty against a man accused of killing three North Carolina college students is scheduled in a Durham County Superior Court on Monday.

Hicks, 43 has been charged with murder of 23-year-old Deah Shaddy Barakat; his wife, 21-year-old Yusor Mohammad Abu-Salha; and her sister, 19-year-old Razan Mohammad Abu-Salha.

Police Detective transferred due to his bad behavior with an Uber driver

Police Detective transferred due to his bad behavior with an Uber driver

According to USA today, a police detective from the New York City Police Department has been transferred after a video went viral, in which he criticized an Uber driver. It reports that he has also been put on modified assignment.

According to NYPD Police Commissioner William J. Bratton, the officer's behavior was not good and it badly affects reputation of the police.

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