Monthly Archives: November 2011

Heard in court

Kasim Kimbrough, “a petty criminal” in Judge Gregory Snyder’s opinion, left the courtroom in handcuffs Monday cursing the judge for not sentencing him to 18 months in county prison for his probation violation of a drug charge. Snyder had, in … Continue reading

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It’s Jerry’s call

What is disturbing as the Jerry Sandusky scandal plays out is that he still has control of these young men’s futures. If Sandusky forces the allegations against him to trial, they could be compelled to tell their stories again. This … Continue reading

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Quotes from the Shannon Mayo trial

Shannon Mayo was convicted of third-degree murder Friday, Nov. 4, 2011, in York County court. Here are some selected quotes from the trial.   “Shannon Mayo was the victim, the victim of an unarmed man, mind you.” — Chief Deputy … Continue reading

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Verdict spin?

Steve Rice, attorney for Justin Carbaugh, is taking exception to the York County District Attorney’s website claiming an apparent victory in the Carbaugh case. Carbaugh was convicted in October of voluntary manslaughter and abuse of a corpse after eight hours … Continue reading

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Waiting for a verdict

What does a defense attorney do while waiting for a verdict in a homicide case? Dawn Cutaia, the court-appointed attorney for Shannon Mayo, said when the jury went out to deliberate Thursday afternoon, she went to her office, logged on … Continue reading

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