Police photographed Huguely standing in flip-flops with his ankle shackled. There were closeups of his bruised and swollen
A jury suggested a 26-year prison term for Huguely. Formal sentencing is scheduled for Aug. 30. Huguely's words may be known
UPDATE: 10:06 p.m. -- The jury recommends that former University of Virginia lacrosse player George Huguely serve 25 years
Defense attorney Francis Lawrence implored the jury to dismiss the most serious charges against Huguely. "George bears responsibility
March 6, 2011 The University of Virginia retires Love's lacrosse number. Huguely faces 20 years to life in prison if convicted
Deliberations begin Wednesday after lawyers presented closing statements Saturday in the 24-year-old's first-degree murder
Huguely is charged with first-degree murder and five other crimes including robbery and larceny. He pleaded not guilty. According
Ken Clausen, a former University of Virginia lacrosse player, says he saw Huguely return home after midnight on May 3, 2010
Forensic scientist Angela Rainey testified Tuesday that DNA tests showed Love and Huguely each had the other's blood under
In early morning testimony, neuropathologist Christine Fuller has testified that "blunt force trauma" caused the contusions
CHARLOTTESVILLE - On the field of her dreams, Yeardley Love will remain number one forever. The Cockeysville, Md., native's
Yahoo Sports writer Lee Carpenter questioned if UVA's athletics program should have done more, or at least known more, about
How information from state law-enforcement agencies can make college campuses safer dominated the discussion at a meeting
From the Associated Press: Huguely's lawyer has said the death was an accident. The lawyer, Francis Lawrence, did not immediately
University of Virginia student Yeardley Love's death has been ruled a homicide, the state medical examiner's office reports
The temper of the University of Virginia lacrosse player accused of killing his ex-girlfriend was on full display in 2008
The Baltimore Sun reports: "I asked first of all whether our police department received any notice of that arrest, and the
Police also took DNA swabs from various places in the apartment. The Daily Progress reports: The Associated Press reports
Towson junior Courtney Guidera, who went to high school with Love, gave the Towson Towerlight a remembrance of her former
Schools cannot rely on reactionary approaches to dating abuse, they need to take proactive measures before a tragedy occurs.