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After man says he fired in self-defense, jury clears two of murder in Norfolk shooting Article from The Virginian Pilot By Jonathan Edwards The Virginian-Pilot Dec 8, 2017 NORFOLK Rakim “Rah” Nottingham told jurors he shot a man four times in the back and once in the back of the head in self-defense. Prosecutor Ramin
Article from The Virginia Pilot By Jonathan Edwards The Virginian-Pilot Jan 22, 2018 NORFOLK Terrence “Chill” Booth escaped a second murder conviction Monday when jurors acquitted him of shooting a homeless man in the head while he slept. It’s the third murder trial Norfolk prosecutors have lost in the past two months. Six of the
Article From: By Jonathan Edwards The Virginian-Pilot Sep 15, 2017 One of the city’s oldest active murder cases is over, but a 19-year-old’s killer is still out there. Salathiel “Ziggy” Taylor, 23, walked away from the Norfolk jail a free man Friday morning after 4½ years. He had admitted to murder, then took back that
Emily DeFries has always maintained she was innocent, and now in a Crime Watch Daily exclusive, she’s giving her first interview from behind bars to our Michelle Sigona.
by Janie Bryant | The Virginian-Pilot NORFOLK A jury Tuesday night acquitted Kevin M. Garner, a 25-year-old Virginia Beach man, of charges related to the shooting death and robbery of a Chesapeake man. Rahiem Bailey, 29, was killed Feb. 26, 2012, in a house at 2211 Keller Ave. in the Ballentine Place neighborhood. Garner was charged
By Louis Hansen | The Virginian-Pilot NORFOLK At the end of a weeklong gang murder trial, two big questions faced the jury: Trust the word of two “Big Homies” from the Bounty Hunter Bloods? Or figure the former gang captains would say anything just to get years sliced off their prison terms? On Friday, a
by Louis Hansen | The Virginian-Pilot NORFOLK At the end of a weeklong gang murder trial, two big questions faced the jury: Trust the word of two “Big Homies” from the Bounty Hunter Bloods? Or figure the former gang captains would say anything just to get years sliced off their prison terms? On Friday, a jury failed
Credit: Ron West | Eastern Shore Post A Northampton County Jury deliberated well into the night Wednesday and concluded that Trawn Levan Stratton was innocent on all counts stemming from the death of Harold Moses on the evening of August 28, 2010. Stratton faced charges of first-degree murder, murder during the commission of a burglary,
Below cases handled while Mr. Korslund
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TV Interview with Patrick Terpstra of WVEC
Jury Acquits Police Officer of Perjury
Animal Cruelty Charges Dropped
Ryan Frederick Trial
Ryan Frederick Appeal
$100,000 Death Benefit Fraud
Jury Acquits Suspect for Series of Bank Robberies
Jurors Clear Man of Fatal Shooting
Landstown Bomb Plot Trial
U.S. News Article
Bail Upheld for Suffolk Shooting Suspect
Man Acquitted in Va. Beach of Club Shooting
New Years Eve Murder