BBC One London
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Dean Saunders family leaving court at the end don't want another Dean or another family to go through this again. Do you fear they will if nothing is changed? Yes, it will happen again. There were aghast as of relief from the family when the foreman of the jury ruled that his death was contributed to by neglect. There were multiple failings at Chelmsford prison, said the jury, including complacency about grateful that someone has finally listen to us.
Mashable
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Mere moments before Donald Trump began to address the crowds as the 45th President of the United States, the skies over Washington D.C. opened up and it began to rain. The jury's still out on whether this is a sign of God's blessing (or perhaps weeping) or just that thing called rain that happens a lot, but a lot of people have opinions about it. SEE ALSO: Fill out this job application form to be considered for Trump's cabinet The rain began almost immediately after Mike Pence took his oath of office, and it certainly seemed... fitting, for the occasion. Here comes the rain. The skies are weeping #Inauguration Van Jones (@VanJones68) January 20, 2017 Read more... More about Rain , Watercooler , Donald Trump , Inauguration 2017 , and Politics
BBC One London
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Thanks. A jury has found that neglect contributed towards the death of a man in Essex. Dean Saunders, who had mental health problems, committed suicide by electrocution while in prison. A two-week inquest heard he'd been let down by serious failings in the care and prison system.
BBC One East Midlands
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A jury at Leicester Crown Court has been sent out, to decide whether or not a 31-year-old woman is guilty of the manslaughter of her seven-month-old niece. Chaunfang Zen denies violently shaking Phoebe Go to stop her crying.
The Northern Echo
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ITV
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Just before they returned of events, but showed compassion. Just before they returned a unanimous guilty verdicts, Just before they returned a unanimous guilty verdicts, the jury sent unanimous guilty verdicts, the jury sent a note unanimous guilty verdicts, the jury sent a note to the judge asking her to show leniency. sent a note to the judge asking her to show leniency. It was sent a note to the judge asking her to show leniency. It was a rare move and the judge thanked them for the care they had taken and the judge thanked them for the care they had taken in what she described as a very sad case. She adjourned sentencing until next Wednesday.
ITV
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As friends and family mourned, the defendant fled heart. As friends and family mourned, the defendant fled to the seaside resort mourned, the defendant fled to the seaside resort of Margate mourned, the defendant fled to the seaside resort of Margate in Kent. He was arrested three weeks later. He maintained throughout the trial he thought Charlie also had He maintained throughout the trial he thought Charlie also had a knife. The jury did not believe his version of events, but showed compassion.
ITV
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The jury heard his killer who cannot be named for legal reasons was once friends with Charlie, but the pair had fallen out in a petty row over Charlie, but the pair had fallen out in a petty row over a tracksuit. The court heard in a petty row over a tracksuit. The court heard on January 9th, the killer armed himself with court heard on January 9th, the killer armed himself with a kitchen knife and stabbed him twice. The fatal wound went straight into knife and stabbed him twice. The fatal wound went straight into his heart.
ITV
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Today, they were together again. This time at the Old Bailey to see the youth who shattered their lives convicted. Charlie who was just 16 when he died was stabbed with Charlie who was just 16 when he died was stabbed with a kitchen knife as he left was stabbed with a kitchen knife as he left a birthday party was stabbed with a kitchen knife as he left a birthday party at the sports club. The jury heard his killer who cannot sports club.
ITV
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I will be live in the United States for a special ITV evening news at 6:30. for a special ITV evening news at In a rare move, a jury today begged for leniency as they convicted a 17-year-old boy of stabbing a friend to death at a birthday party.
STV
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26 year old Chinda had denied raping and murdering Jessica and trying to defeat the ends of justice by disposing of mobile phones. But today at the high court in Aberdeen, a jury found him guilty of all charges.
Leicester Mercury
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The jury in the trial of an auntie accused of fatally shaking her baby niece has retired to consider the verdict.Chuanfang Zheng, 31, denies the manslaughter of seven-month-old Phoebe Guo, who died from catastrophic brain injuries, in March 2015.The Leicester Crown court jury retired on Friday afternoon after Judge Nicholas Dean QC summed up the evidence in the two-and-a-half week trial.The jurors were sent home for the weekend before they had reached a decision in the case, and are due to...
Plymouth Herald
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A man has been acquitted of assaulting his partner.A jury last week cleared 41-year-old Stephen Cook of causing grievous bodily harm without intent.Mr Cook faced a week-long trial after denying the charge, claiming he did not break Kelly Harte's collar bone at her flat.The jury at Plymouth Crown Court cleared him on that count.But the panel could not reach a verdict on a less serious alternative charge of assaulting the 34-year-old causing actual bodily harm on March 20 last year.The count was...
Evening Standard
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A jury has pleaded with a judge for leniency as they convicted a 17-year-old boy of stabbing a friend to death at a birthday party.
BBC UK News
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An inmate killed himself "while the balance of his mind was disturbed, contributed to by neglect".
Global News
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The fate of four men accused of using a derelict cargo ship to smuggle hundreds of Tamil asylum seekers into Canada was placed in the hands of a jury on Thursday.
RT Russian Sport
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Former NFL player Aaron Hernandez has appeared in a Boston court for a pretrial hearing ahead of his double murder trial in which the judge has ruled the jury can see tattoos that may link him to the crime. Read Full Article at RT.com
Daily Mail - USA
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Isaiah McCoy, 29, who waived his right to a jury trial, bowed his head and wept after a judge at Delaware Supreme Court declared him not guilty in the 2010 killing of 30-year-old James Munford.
Voice Of America
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He said his hand is about 80 to 85 percent recuperated, but added, “As far as permanence, the jury is still out. Wounds take time to heal.” After the attack, Lippert tried not to allow the increased security around him change his lifestyle too much. Most importantly, he said, the help he received from Korean doctors and hospital staff following the attack, and the outpouring of public support served to further deepen the strong ties of friendship and affection he already felt for the Korean people. “What that did is basically solidify a long-standing belief that I have, which is, in these moments you cannot let the extremists win. You cannot let one or two individuals overcome the wishes of the great majority of the Korean people,” he said. TPP Among his achievements, Lippert cites increased U.S. security cooperation with South Korea, along with improved trilateral cooperation with Tokyo against the growing North Korean nuclear threat.
ABC News - United States
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Voice Of America
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He said his hand is about 80 to 85 percent recuperated, but added, “As far as permanence, the jury is still out. Wounds take time to heal.” After the attack, Lippert tried not to allow the increased security around him change his lifestyle too much. Most importantly, he said, the help he received from Korean doctors and hospital staff following the attack, and the outpouring of public support served to further deepen the strong ties of friendship and affection he already felt for the Korean people. “What that did is basically solidify a long-standing belief that I have, which is, in these moments you cannot let the extremists win. You cannot let one or two individuals overcome the wishes of the great majority of the Korean people,” he said. TPP Among his achievements, Lippert cites increased U.S. security cooperation with South Korea, along with improved trilateral cooperation with Tokyo against the growing North Korean nuclear threat.
Liverpool Echo
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Radar Online
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ABC News - United States
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