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Motions Hearing in Statue Lawsuit Enters 2nd Day in Charlottesville Court
Charlottesville Circuit Court continues to hear new motions in a lawsuit over the city's statues of Robert E. Lee and Thomas Johnathan "Stonewall" Jackson.
Court Hears New Motions in Fight Over 2 Charlottesville Statues
Attorneys are bringing up new motions in the legal battle over the city's two statues of Confederate Army generals.
Borden Sentenced in Connection with Attack Inside Charlottesville Garage
Daniel Borden, an Ohio man who took part in a group beating inside a Charlottesville parking garage more than a year ago is learning his sentence.
Fields Trial Day 12: Jury Recommends Sentence of More than 400 Years for Fields
Jurors are recommending James Alex Fields, Junior be given a life sentence, plus 419 years in prison and fines totaling $480,000.
Fields Trial Day 11: Victim Statements, Forensic Psychologist Testifies, Jury Deliberates Sentencing
Jurors in the James A. Fields, Junior trial may soon be delivering their sentencing recommendation to Judge Richard Moore. They began deliberating at 3:11 p.m. Monday, Dec. 10.
Fields Trial Day 10: Jurors Finds Fields Guilty of First-Degree Murder
Jurors have found James Alex Fields, Junior guilty of first-degree murder in the death of Heather Heyer. The jury also returned guilty verdicts on all of the other charges.
Fields Trial Day 9: Testimony Concludes, Closing Arguments, Case Turned Over to Jury
Jurors are entering the deliberations phase in the James Alex Fields, Junior trial.
Fields Trial Day 8: Defense Attorneys Continue to Call Witnesses
Attorneys for James A. Fields, Jr. are expected to rest their case Thursday, Dec. 6. The defense called six people to the witness stand Wednesday, Dec. 5.