dzhokhar tsarnaev trial

The competing perspectives are familiar narratives that the defense and prosecution have carried through the trial since
Through more than two months of testimony, few signs of emotion have crossed Tsarnaev’s face. And when they did, it was while
If Tsarnaev goes to prison, he would be alone most of the time at the U.S. government penitentiary in Florence, Colorado
In at least one other example, a witness described on Facebook her intense feelings toward Tsarnaev -- though they were less
BOSTON -- A sick juror in the trial of Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev forced the judge to push back scheduled testimony
This article has been updated to include Alexa Guevara's testimony. During that ride, though, “he asked where his brother
The New York Times reports: "He goes here and he’s forgotten,” Buck said in court. “No more spotlight like the death penalty
The jury has already convicted Tsarnaev of 30 charges related to the bombing and the separate killing of a police officer
The question I'm asking is this: What possible good comes out of taking another life because of this tragedy? What sense does it make to kill people who kill people to show that killing people is wrong. The answer is this: It doesn't make any sense.
In the penalty phase of the trial, the prosecution has portrayed Tsarnaev as a self-taught terrorist who, with his now-deceased
BOSTON, April 23 (Reuters) - One of the 18 people who lost legs in the Boston Marathon bombing on Thursday recalled being
The prosecution called several other witnesses who survived life-altering injuries. "Krystle was the light of my life, every
By Scott Malone But defense attorneys have countered that 26-year-old Tamerlan, who died following a gunfight with police
Richard's parents and Collier's sister have recently spoken out publicly against the effort to put Tsarnaev to death. Just
"The defendant has requested that the penalty phase commence in approximately two weeks so as to, among other things, allow
By Elizabeth Barber The deliberations mark the first time that jurors are permitted to discuss the trial's 16 days of testimony
Representatives of the Roman Catholic Bishops of Massachusetts distributed flyers outside court on Tuesday reiterating the
Jurors also heard portions of religious music that Chakravarty said the defendant listened to for motivation, and were told
To prosecutors, he's a violent, Muslim extremist who partnered with his older brother to carry out the 2013 attack that killed