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Photos of Love's body, her medical records and other so-called sensitive pieces of evidence that the jury saw were not made
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A jury suggested a 26-year prison term for Huguely. Formal sentencing is scheduled for Aug. 30. The tape of police questioning
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The 24-year-old former University of Virginia lacrosse player faces up to 40 years in prison, but the court will decide the
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Huguely, 24, pleaded not guilty to first-degree murder and five other charges. If convicted of the May 2010 killing of Yeardley
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May 3, 2010 Love's body is found by her roommate around 2 a.m. Her roommate tells the 911 dispatcher that Love possibly died
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Deliberations begin Wednesday after lawyers presented closing statements Saturday in the 24-year-old's first-degree murder
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"It sounds to me that the prosecution is basically trying to show he had these ill feelings for a long period of time and
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Several other teammates were called to the stand in Charlottesville today as the defense brought their case to a close, WINA
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Prosecution experts at the trial have agreed it was unlikely Love died from falling and hitting her head on the floor, saying
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Jurors were also shown emails between the former couple. The batch of messages weren't shared with the public, but last week
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CHARLOTTESVILLE - On the field of her dreams, Yeardley Love will remain number one forever. The Cockeysville, Md., native's
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UVA President John Casteen told students they should be 'outraged.' He encouraged students to support each other and to speak
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How information from state law-enforcement agencies can make college campuses safer dominated the discussion at a meeting
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RICHMOND, Va. -- Blood began flowing from the nose of a University of Virginia women's lacrosse player during the fight with
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University of Virginia student Yeardley Love's death has been ruled a homicide, the state medical examiner's office reports
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George Huguely allegedly attacked a lacrosse teammate in 2009 after hearing that the man kissed his ex-girlfriend Yeardley
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Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell and university President John T. Casteen will discuss potential legislation, McDonnell's office
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The Associated Press reports that Huguely's high school lacrosse coach once described him as "a prankster whose lighthearted
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Students at the University of Virginia are banding together in grief to remember Yeardley Love, the senior lacrosse player
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Schools cannot rely on reactionary approaches to dating abuse, they need to take proactive measures before a tragedy occurs.