Tracy Morgan is suing Walmart over a New Jersey Turnpike accident that left one person dead and several people hospitalized, including the 30 Rock actor.
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Walmart driver Kevin Roper allegedly plowed into a limousine van carrying Morgan on June 7. Morgan and others injured in the accident allege negligence on Walmart’s part in a lawsuit filed Thursday in U.S. District Court
Besides Moore, who pleaded not guilty to first-degree murder and weapons charges, prosecutors announced that two other young men had been arrested, the report says. Jeffery Ellerbee, 21, was charged Friday with first-degree murder and weapons offenses, and Marshae Anthony, 19, was charged with weapons offenses, the report says.
U.S. Circuit Court Judge Robin Rosenberg said the stiff penalty for the teen, Ivins Rosier, was based on sentencing guidelines, the report says. Rosier was convicted in May for breaking into the home of Florida Highway Patrol Trooper Robert Boody on November 18, 2012 and shooting the dog, the report says. The former drug-sniffing dog, Drake, was euthanized five days later.
After deliberating for more than a week, a jury has found the Los Angeles Dodgers partly liable for injuries to Bryan Stow, the San Francisco Giants fan who was nearly beaten to death following an opening day game in 2011.
The Dodgers were found 100 percent liable for Stow’s economic damages and 25 percent liable for Stow’s pain and suffering, reports the Los Angeles Times. The two men who beat Stow, Louis Sanchez and Marvin Norwood, were each found 37.5 percent liable for pain and suffering. Sanchez and Norwood both pleaded guilty to felony charges earlier this year and were sentenced to eight and four years in prison, respectively.
How much are the Dodgers going to have
San Francisco Giants fan Bryan Stow has prevailed in his personal injury lawsuit against the Los Angeles Dodgers.
Lawyers for Stow, who suffered brain damage after a brutal beating by two Dodgers fans at Dodger’s Stadium on opening day in 2011, were able to show that the team’s negligence was at least partially responsible for his injuries, Reuters reports.
So how much will Stow receive, and how much of that will be paid by the Dodgers? Here are three things you should know about the verdict:
On Friday, the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals readdressed Garcia v. Google, its controversial ruling in February that held that Innocence of Muslims actress Cindy Lee Garcia could assert a copyright interest in her performance in the film and ordered Google to remove the inflammatory anti-Islamic film from YouTube.
After the decision was handed down, it ignited a firestorm of protest from Google, which warned of “Hollywood chaos,” and from others including Netflix, prominent news organizations and top documentary filmmakers, who urged a rehearing upon the fear that contributors to joint creative works could step forward with rights claims and muddy the