"While I understand these proceedings can elicit an emotional response from loved ones, my bailiffs simply cannot allow an outburst of this kind," a sheriff said.
Meghan Markle won a two-year privacy battle—but the tabloid she sued may appeal again.
Meghan Markle's private messages exposed by a former aide forced her into an embarrassing apology—but she still won her tabloid lawsuit.
More than 120 individuals have pleaded guilty to charges, with 11 handed custodial sentences.
The Duchess of Sussex issued a lengthy statement after winning a two-year tabloid privacy lawsuit that at one stage left her fearing she would lose a pregnancy.
Anthony Broadwater, 61, served 16 years in prison for the rape of author Alice Sebold. His conviction was recently overturned.
Pop icon Spears was released from her controversial conservatorship on November 12, almost 14 years after it was put in place.
Ghislaine Maxwell's trial is on the cusp of a pivotal day in court as the defendant's legal team is scheduled to cross-examine a key witness.
Ghislaine Maxwell's trial heard Jeffrey Epstein's powerful friends included Prince Andrew, Donald Trump and Bill Clinton—but an expert says it could backfire.
After waiting for nearly three months, some 30 migrants will have to wait longer for their hearings after two county officials tested positive for COVID-19.
Attorneys continue to question potential jurors in the manslaughter trial of former police officer Kim Potter.
Former "Empire" star Jussie Smollett is currently on trial, facing accusations that he staged his own racist attack on the streets of Chicago.
The girl was allegedly punished for wetting the bed and was chained to a barred window in direct sunlight where temperatures reached 122 Fahrenheit.
Prince Andrew's denials over Jeffrey Epstein-related abuse allegations are so "at odds" with evidence they indicate "guilt," a lawyer for his accuser says.
Meghan Markle's lawyer told a bombshell documentary a "senior palace source" wanted to "defeat" her privacy lawsuit against a U.K. tabloid.
Pop icon Britney Spears' conservatorship, which had seen her personal and financial decisions taken out of her hands since 2008, came to an end on November 12.
The most well known Capitol rioter fired his old counsel and brings in John Pierce ahead of reported plans to appeal his 41 month sentence.
The Broadway actor and Michael Jackson impersonator allegedly joined the Oath Keepers during the Capitol riot on January 6.
Criminal defense lawyer Julie Rendelman speaks to Newsweek about how strong the case against Jussie Smollett is.
While Jussie Smollett is due in court to face charges he lied over an alleged racist attack, the actor recently unveiled his directorial debut, "B-Boy Blues."
Brothers Abimbola and Olabinjo Osundairo—known as Abel and Ola—have alleged that Jussie Smollett orchestrated and paid them for his own attack at their hands.
The Justice Department said it has handed over 65 documents per Bannon's defense team's request, while also accusing them of "frivolous" legal complaints.
Former "Empire" star Jussie Smollett has been accused of orchestrating an alleged racist and homophobic attack on himself in Chicago almost three years ago.
Ghislaine Maxwell's trial will hear of a 'morally reprehensible' sex act between Jeffrey Epstein and a 17-year-old girl who was of legal age under U.K. law.
The jury found all three defendants guilty of felony murder in the killing of Ahmaud Arbery.
Those accused of some of the most serious offenses linked to Capitol attack have requested courts allow them to travel to spend the holiday with family.
The crisis has killed half a million Americans over the past two decades, but this was the first time pharmacy companies defended their role in court.
Lynne Spears arried in Los Angeles after her daughter, Britney Spears, accused her of being the mastermind behind her recently dissolved conservatorship.
Ghislaine Maxwell's brother said "America needs to be held to account" over the British socialite's treatment in jail.
Prince Andrew's accuser would be involved in Ghislaine Maxwell's case if the F.B.I believed her evidence "could be stood up at trial," Maxwell's brother said.