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Mother Testifies At Trial Of Ex-Husband Accused Of Killing Their Child

Aguirre’s attorneys are just now starting to present their case. There’s no word yet on whether Aguirre will testify in his own defense. It is easy to get stressed in traffic, most especially when you... read more

Danny Ayalon: Lieberman Trial Witnesses 'Feared For Their Lives'

According to Ayalon, those members of the Foreign Ministry called to testify were concerned for their lives during the proceedings. For that reason, Ayalon, says, he "can understand why those two witn... read more

Transperfect Life Sciences Announces Release of Trial Interactive 9.2

... of services and technologies to support global product development for the life sciences industry, today announced the release of version 9.2 of Trial Interactive, their award-winning e-clinical p... read more

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South Africa: Life Is Wonderful - Retelling the Rivonia Trial With New Voices

Life is Wonderful features the three surviving Rivonia defendants (at the time of filming), Goldberg along with Andrew Mlangeni and Ahmed "Kathy" Kathrada, as they relive the trial and their... AllAfr... read more

Super-wealthy property developers the Candy brothers just won the £132 million trial of the year

The case has proven sensational for delving into the pair's tax affairs and their glitzy private lives encompassing celebrities like Holly Valance and Katy Perry, multi-million pound properties, a jet... read more

Seven terminal patients die after refusing to prolong their lives during trial phase of new legislation

More than 2,000 people have drafted letters of intent rejecting life-sustaining treatment During the first month of the trial period of a law allowing patients to decide whether to receive life-sustai... read more

Christians Accused of Blasphemy Seldom Get a Fair Trial in Pakistan Despite Life Hanging in Balance

Court cases involving the controversial anti-blasphemy law primarily used against Christian minority group members accused of insulting Islam seldom result in a fair trial in predominantly Muslim Paki... read more

All clear for the decisive trial of ecstasy in PTSD patients

Since then, researchers in Canada, Israel, and the United States have jointly carried out larger phase II trials funded by MAPS; their results, which remain unpublished but have been reviewed by the F... read more

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