Jacksonville: Man Charged in Double Homicide Will Not Face Death Penalty, Prosecutors Decide

JACKSONVILLE, Texas — In a decisive move by Cherokee County prosecutors, Dexter Lynn Davis, who faces charges for the double homicide of two brothers in Jacksonville earlier this year, will not be facing the death penalty. This case, arising from a tragic incident that claimed the lives of Toyn B. McCuin, 37, and Coray R. … Read more

Fatal: Day Drinking Leads to Murder Charges in Bonney Lake Shooting, Prosecutors Say

BONNEY LAKE, Washington – Prosecutors have revealed that the fatal shooting incident in Bonney Lake was preceded by day drinking, leading to murder charges being filed against the suspect. The incident has left the community in shock and mourning for the victim. Authorities reported that the suspect allegedly shot the victim after a day of … Read more

Idaho Prosecutors Make Final Arguments in Two-Month Chad Daybell Trial

BOISE, Idaho — The trial of Chad Daybell, accused of killing his wife and his new girlfriend’s two youngest children, is coming to a close as prosecutors prepare to deliver their final arguments to jurors on Wednesday. This high-profile case has gripped the nation for nearly two months, with a multitude of witnesses offering testimony … Read more

Prosecutors’ Deadline to Seek Death Penalty in a Case: How Long Do They Have?

PHOENIX, Arizona – Understanding the timeline for prosecutors to seek the death penalty in a case can be a crucial factor in the legal process. In Arizona, like in many other states, there are specific time limits set for when prosecutors can make this decision. According to Arizona law, prosecutors have a limited window of … Read more

Competency of Boulder King Soopers Shooter Confirmed by Prosecutors Ahead of Trial Start

Boulder, Colorado – The man accused of killing 10 people at a Boulder King Soopers store was deemed sane at the time of the shooting, prosecutors revealed in court on Tuesday. Ahmad Al Aliwi Alissa, the 25-year-old defendant, has pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity, with his defense team citing untreated severe schizophrenia. The … Read more

Michigan Prosecutors Push for Minimum 10-Year Sentence for Parents in School Shooting Tragedy

Pontiac, Michigan – Prosecutors in Michigan are urging a minimum of 10 years in prison for two parents who have been found criminally responsible for a school shooting, marking the first such case in the United States. Jennifer and James Crumbley were convicted of involuntary manslaughter earlier this year in connection to the deaths of … Read more

Fentanyl Deaths Prompt California Murder Charges: Prosecutors Take Action

Los Angeles, California – Prosecutors in California are ramping up efforts to combat the rising number of fentanyl-related deaths by filing murder charges against those responsible. This aggressive approach comes as the state grapples with a surge in overdose deaths linked to the potent synthetic opioid. In recent years, California has witnessed a significant escalation … Read more

Dad’s Neglect Led to Michigan School Shooting: Prosecutors

NEW YORK — In a tragic case that shook the nation, James Crumbley, the father of a teenager who carried out a deadly school shooting in 2021, is facing trial for allegedly not heeding warning signs about his son’s mental state. Prosecutors argue that by ignoring these signs, Crumbley played a role in the foreseeable … Read more

Florida Prosecutors Seek Death Penalty for Mall Shooter Albert J. Shell Jr.

Prosecutors in Ocala, Florida, have announced their intent to pursue the death penalty for a 39-year-old man who allegedly opened fire in a busy mall just one day before Christmas Eve, fatally shooting a 40-year-old man and seriously wounding a woman. The Office of the State Attorney for the Fifth Judicial Circuit formally filed a … Read more

Oklahoma: Prosecutors Seek Death Penalty for Chace Cook in Madeline Bills Rape and Murder Case

Moore, Oklahoma – Prosecutors in Oklahoma are seeking the death penalty for a 20-year-old man accused of raping and murdering his ex-girlfriend, a talented high school basketball player with a promising future. Chace Cook is facing the maximum punishment for the “especially heinous, atrocious and cruel” crime, according to the Cleveland County District Attorney Greg … Read more