tsarnaev trial

Lawyers for the 22-year-old bomber said blanket media coverage of the blast and its aftermath unfairly influenced the 12 jurors who found Tsarnaev guilty
Liz Norden, whose two sons each lost a leg in the bombing, said, "It is bittersweet ... There are no winners today." She
The defendant and his brother, Tamerlan Tsarnaev, 26, detonated two homemade pressure cooker bombs packed with nails and
Through more than two months of testimony, few signs of emotion have crossed Tsarnaev’s face. And when they did, it was while
If a federal jury decides to spare Dzhokhar Tsarnaev from execution, he’ll get the next worst thing. spend the rest of his life at what’s been called a “clean version of hell.”
If Tsarnaev goes to prison, he would be alone most of the time at the U.S. government penitentiary in Florence, Colorado
“It is expected the younger brother will listen to the older brother,” Reynolds testified. On cross-examination, the prosecution
“She was all covered up. We were all shocked. We were all in pain. We were very scared,” said Shakhruzat Suleimanova, Tsarnaev’s
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
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
Richard's parents and Collier's sister have recently spoken out publicly against the effort to put Tsarnaev to death. Just
Three of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev's family members made the remarks to TIME magazine on Tuesday, a day before the second anniversary
"The defendant has requested that the penalty phase commence in approximately two weeks so as to, among other things, allow
The jury of five men and seven women deliberated for roughly 11 hours over two days before reaching a verdict. It took more
By Elizabeth Barber The deliberations mark the first time that jurors are permitted to discuss the trial's 16 days of testimony