The singer was charged with driving under the influence, resisting arrest, and driving with an expired license after a January traffic stop
The president addressed a Florida jury's acquittal of George Zimmerman for Trayvon Martin's death during a press conference on Friday
Former Italian Prime Minister found guilty in sex-for-hire case, also faces lifetime ban from politics
Tensions rose during Tuesday's court session when AEG Live's Co-CEO Paul Gongaware took the stand for the first time
Nicollette Sheridan's lawyer is defiant after a court indefinitely stays the September retrial
Zimmerman case will likely be televised. Settle in for oversaturation
Prosecutors asked a judge for the maximum for Conrad Murray
Rather than peel back the curtain on a celebrity’s private life, the Conrad Murray trial showed us a sordid picture of Michael Jackson we no...
Italian jury finds the American student did not kill her roommate
After an emotional first day when a photo of Michael Jackson's corpse was shown in court, Conrad Murray's trial continues
Dr. Conrad Murray is charged with involuntary manslaughter of the pop star
Michael Jackson's doctor enters plea in involuntary manslaughter case
Preliminary hearing wraps after a week, with singer’s doctor stripped of license and arraignment set for Jan. 25
Day Two of preliminary hearing brings more damning recollections about doctor’s conduct on day Michael Jackson died
Nearly 19 months after the singer's death, preliminary hearing in manslaughter case against Conrad Murray begins in LA
Producers sued the socialite for failing to promote the movie "Pledge This!"
Use of copyrighted photo for iconic "Hope" poster heads to court
The manslaughter trial of Dr. Conrad Murray slated to begin almost a year and a half after Jackson's death
Celebrity watchers pack Milan courtroom to see actor testify
Ah, the memories. Or lack thereof, in the Celador vs. Disney trial's final stretch
The defense gets its turn to call witnesses in the "Millionaire" trial
Celador's star witness MIA days before his scheduled appearance -- will it affect the "Millionaire" trial?
The well-prepared and well-tailored Disney CEO sticks to the script
Bob Iger finishes his savvy but mostly bland turn on the stand; Eisner a no-go
Bob Iger takes the stand first thing Wednesday morning, but Eisner, out of the country, a question mark
Celador's $270M lawsuit paints shady dots on Disney, but doesn't connect them -- yet
Celador International claims it was hosed by a bad contract; Disney says, "Too bad"
ESPN sideline reporter: "I would've liked a longer sentence"
The "Two and a Half Men" star is scheduled for a July 21 trial
Lawyers cite judicial error, prosecutorial misconduct in request for new trial