Martique Cabral Vanderpool was an officer with the Fairmount Heights Police Department when he arrested a 19-year-old female following a traffic stop.
Prosecutor John Durham might be contemplating charges against some FBI employees and others outside the government.
Madison Smith's classmate pleaded guilty to aggravated battery and received two years' probation but was not charged with sexual assault, which she found inadequate.
"We unanimously find there is no probable cause to believe the Troopers committed any criminal offense in the shooting of Xzavier Deyonte Hill on January 9, 2021," a Virginia grand jury concluded on Friday.
"The grand jurists voted to no-bill the case," Erie County District Attorney John Flynn told reporters, "which means that they dismissed the case."
The independent audit said that nearly a year after the shooting of Breonna Taylor, the Louisville Metro Pollice Department was "still very much in crisis."
Ghislaine Maxwell wants charges, alleging she trafficked under-age girls for former lover Jeffrey Epstein, thrown out over a controversial plea deal Epstein signed in 2008.
"It quickly became evident to the State that the document, as well as other documents in the file, had been filed fraudulently," wrote Judge David Anderson.
Americans deserve to know about what happened on that tragic night in Louisville. The grand jury testimony presents a complicated story.
In Monday's court filing, the anonymous grand juror said the lawsuit was necessary to "quell the fears of persecution, condemnation, retribution, and torment along with the fear of prosecution" that may be felt by grand jurors.
The sheriff is facing a felony charge of tampering with evidence connected to the death of Javier Ambler, a 40-year-old Black man.
"I believe that the public deserves this information," Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear said on Wednesday.
Judge Krista Marx has repeatedly refused to open grand jury records in the Jeffrey Epstein case, calling one attempt to get them released by Florida criminal prosecutors a "fishing expedition."
Performer Jussie Smollett was indicted Tuesday on six counts of disorderly conduct for allegedly staging a racist and homophobic attack. Special Prosecutor Dan Webb said Smollett had allegedly reported "a heinous hate crime that he, in fact, knew had not occurred."
Brennan said he expected "the final indictments, as well as the report to the attorney general" very soon.
Kevin Lonergan, 30, stands accused of taking advantage of an innocent, according to the affidavit of probable cause document obtained by Newsweek.
Sex abuse hotline numbers have been deluged with calls in the wake of a grand jury report alleging more than 1,000 cases of sexual abuse in Pennsylvania Catholic churches for several decades.
Cardinal Donald Wuerl responded to a scathing grand jury report detailing allegations that thousands of Pennsylvania children were sexually abused since the 1940s.
The priest worked at Disney World for 18 years after leaving the Pennsylvania church.
The graffiti cost thousands of dollars in property damage.
The case against Greitens stems from his admission in January that he had an extramarital affair with his hairdresser.
"It's not even emblematic of something that might be, perhaps, demographically pursuing justice," Fox News co-host Brian Kilmeade said.
The president attacked ongoing federal investigations and called for prosecutors to probe Hillary Clinton.
The use of a grand jury suggests the Russia probe will go on and on, to the president's chagrin.
Robert Mueller may also expand the investigation into the current Attorney General Jeff Sessions and his deputy.
Wendy Moore and Chris Latham were found guilty of trying to have Latham's ex-wife killed.
Texas State Trooper Brian Encinia arrested Sandra Bland three days before her jailhouse death.
Rice, 12, was killed by officer Timothy Loehmann while playing with a fake gun in a Cleveland park.