Thomas Gooch has made headlines in recent weeks for his motion to have his opponent's "large breasted" paralegal removed from the counsel's table. Turns out, he also faces a battery trial next week for allegedly pulling a woman's hair.
Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice David Prosser is drawing fire for calling Chief Justice Shirley Abrahamson (pictured, with Gov. Scott Walker) a "total bitch." His defense: she is one.
Yesterday, Philip Markoff was charged in Rhode Island with assaulting a stripper in a hotel. Today, attorneys general from three states are meeting with Craigslist's lawyers to urge a ban on its "erotic services" section.
Philip Markoff's fiancée has issued another statement of support as police uncover evidence linking him to a Rhode Island robbery and a Boston man, who claims Markoff contacted him for sex on Craigslist.
Philip Markoff will be charged later this week with the robbery of a stripper who was held at gunpoint in a Rhode Island motel. Police say Markoff's fingerprints were found at the scene. [CBS News]
More developments in the Craigslist Killer case this morning. Police say suspect Philip Markoff's gun and fingerprints link him to the crimes, and yesterday, he apparently tried to hang himself with his shoelaces.
In a search of accused killer Philip Markoff's apartment, police found the victims' underwear and a handgun. Now reports suggest his motive was paying off gambling debts he ran up financing his fiancée's "lavish lifetyle."
Conflicting pictures of Philip Markoff, the so-called Craigslist killer, have started to appear as reporters talk to anyone - and everyone - who ever knew Markoff.
Yesterday, Boston police arrested a 22-year-old medical student accused of fatally shooting a woman who advertised on Craigslist. His fiancée insists, "he could not hurt a fly."