Delaware’s top court orders new trial for man sentenced to death in college student’s slaying

Del. court overturns death penalty conviction

DOVER, Del. — The Delaware Supreme Court has ordered a new trial for a man sentenced to death for the rape and murder of a college student.

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Judge rules wife of boxer Arturo Gatti’s wife must remain in jail pending judicial decision

Gatti’s wife remains in jail, police backtracking

RIO DE JANEIRO — Arturo Gatti’s wife will remain in jail pending a judicial decision despite the release of an autopsy report casting doubt on whether the former champion boxer was killed.

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Judge rules Gatti’s wife must remain in jail pending decision on release request

Gatti’s wife ordered to remain in jail

RIO DE JANEIRO — A Brazilian judge says Arturo Gatti’s wife will remain in jail despite an autopsy report raising doubts about suspicions that she strangled the former boxing champion.

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Del. man in upstate NY court for 2006 jewelry store robbery that led to officer’s death

Del. man in NY court for cop’s 2006 killing

UTICA, N.Y. — A Delaware man is in an upstate New York jail in connection with the slaying of a police officer during a $1 million jewelry store heist.

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Judge says Tribune can gather information in dispute with actor Beatty

Info gathering allowed in Tribune-Beatty dispute

WILMINGTON, Del. — Attorneys for Warren Beatty asked a federal judge Thursday to allow the actor to proceed with a California lawsuit against the Tribune Co. over the TV and movie rights to comic book character Dick Tracy.

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Delaware bankruptcy judge denies motion to transfer WaMu-JPMorgan dispute to D.C. court

Del. judge won’t relinquish WaMu-JPMorgan dispute

WILMINGTON, Del. — A Delaware bankruptcy judge has refused to cede control over a dispute between Washington Mutual Inc. and JPMorgan Chase & Co. involving billions of dollars in bank assets.

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Lawsuit accusing Intel directors of harming company is tossed out

Shareholder lawsuit against Intel tossed out

WILMINGTON, Del. — A judge has tossed a lawsuit that accuses Intel Corp.’s directors of ignoring signs of allegedly monopolistic behavior.

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Delaware Sen. approves sports betting bill and sends it to governor for his expected signing

Sports betting bill passes Del. legislature

DOVER, Del. — The state Senate approved a bill Tuesday that would authorize Delaware to become the only state east of the Mississippi River to offer sports betting, sending it to Gov. Jack Markell for his promised signature.

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Court to hear arguments from Maryland officials in Magna bankruptcy

Court to hear motions in Magna bankruptcy

WILMINGTON, Del. — Attorneys for the state of Maryland and city of Baltimore are asking a judge to reconsider an order issued in the bankruptcy case of horse track owner Magna Entertainment Corp.

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WaMu files bankruptcy complaint against JPMorgan Chase

WaMu sues JPMorgan Chase

WILMINGTON, Del. — Lawyers for Washington Mutual Inc. have filed a bankruptcy court complaint against JPMorgan Chase & Co. over some $4 billion in disputed assets.

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