Clips of silent surveillance video released by her lawyer show Diana Sanchez eventually lying down on a narrow bed, crying out in pain, before she pulls off her pants and delivers a baby boy on July 31, 2018. An absorbent pad is slid under her door for her to put on her bed about 45 minutes before she gave birth. After she gives birth, a nurse walks in and picks up the baby.
More than 5 billion people worldwide do not have access to justice in their everyday lives. This is the shocking reality revealed in a new report by the Global Task Force on Justice being launched in The Hague.
Foreign ministry spokesperson Wang Wenbin’s comments follow the denial of a bail request in California for a university researcher accused of lying about her ties to China’s military and governing Communist Party to gain access to the United States.
A teenage girl called Darnella Frazier is one of the four child heroines of the US trial of policeman Derek Chauvin for the alleged murder of George Floyd on May 25, 2020.
Prosecutors on Monday accused American financier Jeffrey Epstein of luring dozens of girls as young as 14 to his luxury homes in New York and Florida and paying them for sex acts.
The new accusations are part of protracted, bitter dispute between Trump's company and Fintiklis, the majority owner of the 70-story, seaside, sail-shaped building.
Special Operations Chief Edward Gallagher, who the presiding Navy judge freed from pre-trial base confinement last week, is due to go on trial in San Diego on June 10 in a case that has drawn the attention of US President Donald Trump.
In a letter to President Donald Trump, Rosenstein said he would depart on May 11, after more than two turbulent years as the second highest-ranking official in the Department of Justice.
Maria Butina, who has admitted to working as a Russian agent to infiltrate an influential US gun rights group and make inroads with conservative activists and Republicans,