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Supreme Court debates life sentences for young murderers

The U.S. Supreme Court began what may become a multi-stage debate over the reach of its 2012 decision banning automatic life-without-parole sentences for juvenile murderers. Hearing arguments from a Louisiana man still in prison for killing a sheriff’s deputy in ...

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Cohen: ‘Recon’ mission talk was creative writing work

Jeffrey B. Cohen

Former Indemnity Insurance Corp. executive Jeffrey Cohen said Thursday that prosecutors’ evidence of his alleged plan to “scout out” and harm a Delaware judge and the state’s then-lieutenant governor was simply part of his creative writing work. Cohen had recorded ...

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Hagerstown woman gets 5 years for texting in fatal crash

HAGERSTOWN — A western Maryland woman who prosecutors say was texting while driving when she hit and killed a bicyclist has been sentenced to five years in prison. Twenty-four-year-old Nadine Rager of Hagerstown pleaded guilty Monday to negligent manslaughter by ...

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