Legal

Understanding Court

Ten Cases That Became Famous
Are you interested in the legal system?You might be intrigued by the famous court cases of celebrities as well as those cases that made a mark in history.In the accompanying writing, you are going to learn of the different legal bluffs in history.
The case of Casey Anthony is quite interesting.Casey Anthony was cahreged with ending he life of her two-year-old daughter.This was happening in the 2000’s.From the court’s judgment, it was determined that Casey Anthony wasn’t guilty of any crime.Although the sentence was already passed, the public wasn’t happy with the progress of the case.I know you’ve heard of the famous O.J Simpson case.This case received an extensive coverage from the media.O.J. was being charged with the murder of her estranged wife and his lover.The case received a lot of pressure from the public, and eventually he wasn’t found guilty of any wrongdoing.He went to prison later on another charge of armed robbery.
Another famous celebrity that had massive legal troubles in Michael Jackson.He was accused of sexual assault.Before he was sentenced, the trial was very popular in the news.Michael Jackson was found not guilty of any wrong doing but people still went on accusing him of the responsibility up to this date.One case that ended on a guilty verdict is that of Scott Peterson.He was accused of killing his wife and their unborn child.Scott Peterson is currently serving time on death row.Timothy McVigh’s case, a terrorist was highly publicized.He was accused of killing 168 people in a city bombing in 1995.Following his trial and subsequent sentencing, Timothy McVeigh died in June 1997 from a lethal injection as per the courts judgment.
Many of these cases are of a domestic nature.There was a large public outcry when in 2002, Robert Blake was arrested for killing his wife.After a long trial that took three years, he was finally acquitted of all charges in 2005.The jury stated that the evidence was insufficient.The famous story of doctor death, Jack Kevorkian, who was accused of leading his patients to suicide is very popular and so is his case.He went through a very speedy trial and after two days was sentenced of second-degree murder.In 2003, Saddam Hussein was given a guilty verdict by a tribunal.He was immediately executed.
Rodney King accused the police of brutality and led to the famous Los Angeles riots.The accused weren’t found guilty.Famous TV personality Martha Stewart was found guilty and sentenced to five months in prison for insider trading.