Juan Olaya, a 41-year-old Texas man has been convicted and sentenced to 40 years in prison for his role in orchestrating a string of armed home invasion robberies targeting Asian Americans.
Branden Michael Wolfe was sentenced to three-and-a-half years in prison after pleading guilty to one count of conspiracy to commit arson.
Derek Chauvin was found guilty of second-degree unintentional murder, third-degree murder and second-degree manslaughter on Tuesday.
"I'm just a big teddy bear," Edward Schimenti reportedly said in court before he was sentenced to over 13 years in prison on Friday for attempting to provide cell phones to ISIS that he believed would be used to explode bombs in terrorist attacks.
Scott Lane, 37, was sentenced to 35 years in prison and ordered to pay restitution after pleading guilty to multiple child pornography charges and admitting to participating in the livestreamed sexual abuse of a 6-year-old boy.
A Kansas man was sentenced to 5 years in prison after being found guilty of carrying out a $15.2 million bank fraud scheme while working as a banking executive and loan officer.
Samantha Elhassani on Monday was sentenced to more than six years in prison for helping to provide funds for terrorist group ISIS.
Black lawmakers persuaded to support Joe Biden's 1994 crime bill by President Bill Clinton received "almost nothing in return."
Caitlyn Pye apologized during her sentencing on Thursday, telling those in attendance that her plan to attack AME church members was "a mistake."
"Everybody that saw me going into the court house, including the court security officers and the marshals were very supportive, and made statements to the effect of 'I don't blame ya, man.'"
Sirvonte De Romeo Rice was a passenger in the vehicle. There is no word on the extent of his injuries.
During William Gossett's sentencing, the judge called him a "one-person crime wave that terrorized this community for four years."
A Florida woman who pleaded guilty to hitting Congressman Matt Gaetz with a drink after a political event received a jail sentence of 15 days.
Former teacher Thomas Guzzi Jr. was sentenced to 17 years Friday, after earlier admitting to secretly filming children in a summer camp bathroom and using the footage to make a pornographic "music video."
The former Trump campaign chairman's total sentencing is now seven and half years, but with time served he will spend a little less than seven years behind bars. Meanwhile, he has been indicted again.
"He has to be careful. They may think: 'Here's this rich guy who got caught and the president can't get him out so why is he more special than us?'"
Manafort will be sentenced in Virginia on Thursday before facing sentencing for a separate set of crimes in Washington, D.C.
McArthur, a former mall Santa, is accused of preying on men in the vicinity of Toronto's Gay Village since 2010.
Newt Gingrich joined the apoplectic hosts of Fox & Friends Wednesday in claiming the judge in Michael Flynn's case, Emmet G. Sullivan, could sentence the former Trump National Security Adviser to death.
The judge offered Flynn several opportunities to delay his sentencing after a prosecutor for the special counsel's team said Flynn was still "possibly" cooperating.
Trump's former "fixer" said he took "full responsibility for each act that I pleaded guilty to," including those that implicate the "president of the United States of America."
"After 18 months—and you've got this guy in a vice grip for 18 months —this? " Ingraham said, referring to Mueller's sentencing memo.
The news came days after Robert Mueller accused Manafort of repeatedly lying to the FBI and federal investigators.
Before Papadopoulos was sentenced, his lawyer said that he did not tell the truth, in part, because President Donald Trump called special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation "fake news."
The president previously backed the plan but will reportedly wait until after the midterm elections.
Burke was the first of more than 20 former Beta Theta Pi members to be sentenced in connection with Piazza's February 2017 death.
Cynthia Marie Randolph originally told investigators that her children disappeared and locked themselves in her car.