Delaware husband and wife Dan and Sue Bennington expect a sense of loss when they both exit their community-oriented careers this week. Dan Bennington, 65, the Delaware city attorney for the past 16 years and Sue Bennington, 64, the Grady Memorial Hospital Foundation director for the past 26 years, are retiring together today.
The movie version of “The Fugitive” is a great example of the American crime investigation story. The wife of a prominent doctor is murdered in her own home. The only person found in the home is her husband and he’s covered in blood. His claims that an intruder committed the murder seem far-fetched and he is convicted of the unthinkable crime.
There is, perhaps, no crime that shocks the conscience to a greater degree than a sexual offense perpetrated against a child. Rightfully so, they carry extremely severe and often mandatory penalties. Depending on the age of the perpetrator and the age of the victim, the mere act, even without force or coercion, can be criminal.
COLUMBUS — A federal judge in Ohio announced Monday that he was halting the execution of a man who was convicted in the 1984 shootings of his ex-girlfriend and her boyfriend but has said he doesn’t remember the slayings.
May 16 2011 | Posted in AP News
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A federal magistrate earlier this week recommended rejecting death row inmate Gerald Hand’s latest attempt to have his 2003 murder conviction overturned.
Apr 27 2011 | Posted in Current News
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