"There was no budging," an anonymous juror said, revealing that 10 voted to convict on two of three counts
What you need to know about the case against Michelle Carter, accused of using text messages to push her boyfriend into taking his own life
Two-week trial begins today for iconic actor, comedian charged with drugging and molesting a Temple University employee in 2004
Jurors just decided that rap lyrics weren't literal threats in the case of aspiring rapper Anthony Murillo – but why is that still even a question?
From blaming his poor memory on a bowl of chili to the story of him disrobing during a therapy session, this was not just another day in family court
From questioning the conditions of his incarceration to the extradition itself, the drug kingpin's hearing shed light on the case's many complexities
Public Enemy member expected to plead not guilty
Conrad Murray found guilty of involuntary manslaughter last November
Dr. Conrad Murray says King of Pop died as a result of financial stress
Producer's attorneys claim his constitutional due process rights were violated in trial
Producer's attorneys hope to overrule his murder conviction
Dr. Arnold Klein may have over-prescribed Demorol to the late pop star
Physician was found guilty of involuntary manslaughter in the death of Michael Jackson
Defense urges jury to forget that Michael Jackson was a star
Also: Medical expert admits use of anesthetic was 'off-label'