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Oscar Pistorius trial resumes after psychiatric tests
The murder trial of Oscar Pistorius resumed on Monday after one month, during which mental health experts evaluated the athlete to determine if he has an anxiety disorder that could have influenced his actions when he killed his girlfriend.
Boston suspect's friend wants jurors asked about bombings
Lawyers for a friend of Boston bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev want potential jurors in his trial to be asked about the impact the deadly 2013 Boston Marathon attacks had on them.
Lexington Hospital Looks For Money For Walking Therapy System
A 10-week trial of an advanced walking therapy system is underway at the Cardinal Hill Rehabilitation Hospital, and the facility gets to put it to use, free of charge. Video Video
Tsarnaev denied extra time to seek new trial venue
A judge on Friday denied a request from Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev for more time to allow a request that his trial be moved to another venue.
Mental Evaluation Ordered For Man Charged With Stalking A Lexington Woman
A judge ordered a mental evaluation and medication check for the man accused of stalking and threatening a Lexington woman.
Trial in Florida hazing case pushed back to September
A judge on Monday postponed the trial of five remaining defendants charged in the hazing death of a Florida A&M University drum major until September, to allow defense attorneys more time to prepare.
UPDATE: Defense Rests In Christina Marcum Murder Trial
Wednesday marked the final day for testimonies in the Christina Marcum trial, as the prosecution and defense rested their cases. Only one witness was called to the stand. Video Video
UPDATE: Victim's Family Reacts To Christina Marcum's Conviction
The family of Angela Frazier Singleton, who was murdered in 2011 in Madison County, said they are content with the jury’s verdict. Video Video
UPDATE: More Testimony From Investigator In Marcum Murder Trial
Christina Marcum's defense attorney continued to cross-examine the lead detective of the murder case Monday. Video Video
Marcum Murder Trial Begins In Madison Co.
Christina Marcum and Jason Singleton were both charged in the 2011 murder of Angela Frazier.
Friends of Marcum and Singleton Take the Stand
Two friends of Christina Marcum and Jason Singleton spoke before the court Tuesday, as day six in the murder trial for Marcum unfolded.
Roe Trial Jury Goes Into Deliberation
The defending attorneys for Marty Roe rested, both they and the prosecutors gave their closing arguments, and the jury went into deliberation in Wednesday's trial. Video Video
Defense Makes Closing Arguments in Christina Marcum Trial
Closing arguments from the defense were made Thursday as the trial for Christina Marcum winds down, with statements claiming that investigators had it in for Marcum. Video Video
Jurors Hear Recordings Of Statements From Accused Killer
Christina Marcum, on trial for her alleged involvement in the brutal murder of her ex-boyfriend's wife, listened with the jury as audio recordings of her interviews with police were played back throughout the day. Video Video
Convicted Killer Wants New Trial
A judge is still deciding whether or not to grant a new trial to Donald Southworth. He was convicted last month of murdering his wife Umi. Video Video
Roe Trial Continues Tuesday With Focus On Gun
Before the prosecution rested Tuesday, they focused on a piece of evidence officials said was found in Marty Roe's vehicle. Video Video
UPDATE: Jurors Deliberating in Gray Murder Case
Jurors in the James Anthony Gray murder trial were considering his fate late Monday night. Video Video
Marty Roe Ruled Competent To Stand Trial
Roe is accused of killing Dr. Martha Post in September of 2011. Video Video
Verdict: Donald Southworth Guilty Of Murder
A jury has found Donald Southworth guilty of first degree murder in the death of his wife. Video Video
Murder Trial Won't Happen In Russell County
The murder trial of a dad charged in the death of his 22-month-old baby will not take place in Russell County. Video Video
Judge Approves Allman Trial Delay
The trial for a man accused of killing a pregnant Russell County woman has been delayed.
Southworth Wants New Trial
Donald Southworth, the man convicted of killing his wife Umi, is asking for a new trial. Video Video
Detective Testifies In Roe Trial Monday
Lexington Detective Chris Schoonover, who interview Marty Roe for hours after his arrest, testified in court Monday. Video Video
Lexington NAACP, Lawyer Talk Zimmerman Case Future
The president of the Fayette County chapter of the NAACP, as well as a Lexington criminal defense attorney, discuss what could be next for George Zimmerman after Saturday's acquittal. Video Video
Lexington Police: Looking for Fugitive Who Escaped From Courthouse
Lexington Police are looking for John Calvin Buckley IV, 29, who investigators said escaped from the courthouse Thursday afternoon where his sexual assault trial was underway. Video Video
Prosecution Rests In Southworth Trial
The prosecution rests in the Southworth murder trail and could go to the jury sometime tomorrow. Video Video
Update: Former Ben-Gals Cheerleader Sex Abuse Trial Postponed
The sex abuse trial of former Cincinnati Ben-Gals cheerleader Sarah Jones has been postponed until October. Video Video
Jurors Hear Voicemails In Roe Trial
Jurors heard voicemails today from Marty Roe, the man accused of killing Dr. Martha Post in Lexington in September of 2011. Video Video
"Oh, My God! She Just Breathed!"
Fayette County's Coroner testified Wednesday about realizing that Umi Southworth was still alive. Video Video
Police: Rape Suspect May Have Fled To Mexico
Police say a man who was set to go on trial for rape may have left for Mexico. Video Video
Bass Webb Trial Could Move
A hearing is planned for Thursday, because of the difficulty in seating a jury in the Bass Webb murder trial. Video Video
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