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Sun StaffThe next time you meet a cicada, remember that the poor guy has been living underground for 17 years. Point out, though, that even as much has changed since its egg was deposited in 1987, much has stayed the same. Consider: 1987: Massachusetts'...
Special to Baltimoresun.comHigh-profile cases like the one involving Martha Stewart provide a window into America's justice system. In fact, the Stewart case is a textbook example of all that's wrong with the system. As a civil litigation attorney in Columbus, Ohio, and federal...
Tags: Court Preliminary, Prisons, Fraud, Trials, Witnesses
Times Staff WriterNEW YORK — A 28-year-old former stockbroker's assistant took the witness stand Tuesday in the Martha Stewart trial and, in an hour of testimony that riveted the courtroom, said he was ordered to pass on an insider stock tip to the lifestyles tycoon....
Tags: Prisons, Insider Trading, Trials, Witnesses, Stock Broking
Sun Movie CriticFor a little bug that becomes a national obsession every 17 years, the cicada hasn't left much of an impression on America's movie screens. That's assuredly strange, given Hollywood's predilection for jumping on any trend that comes within earshot and...
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Associated PressNEW YORK - Martha Stewart requested a new trial yesterday, saying one of the jurors who convicted her failed to disclose a checkered past that includes an arrest on assault charges. Stewart's lawyers said juror Chappell Hartridge has been sued three...
Times Staff WriterNEW YORK — After 27 witnesses and 19 days of testimony and arguments, the jury is officially out on Martha Stewart. The panel — as diverse as New York — includes a Uganda-born pharmacist, a clergywoman, an Italian-language interpreter...
Associated PressNEW YORK - Jurors who convicted Martha Stewart of lying about a stock sale said they believed the key prosecution witnesses who testified against the homemaking guru and were surprised that her team didn't build a more aggressive defense. They also...
Chicago Tribune Staff WritersWhile federal regulators think they have enough evidence to file a civil suit against Martha Stewart for allegedly trading stock on insider information, securities lawyers say hers is an unusual and potentially difficult case. For starters, Stewart...
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