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Emmett Louis Till -- How two grown men got by with torturing a 14 year old boy to death and then sold the details of their story for pay.

Cybercourts Set for Tech Trials -- Legal experts are closely watching the development of the nation's first "cybercourt," being created in Michigan to allow tech companies to sue each other over the Internet.

Laura Kriho case was the first time a juror was prosecuted based on how they deliberated and voted in the jury room. Kriho was tried for contempt of court after she was the lone holdout on a jury in a methamphetamine possession case in May 1996.

Chief deputy district attorney admitted to posing as a public defender to help capture death row inmate William "Cody" Neal, ax murderer, even though he knew it might violate ethical codes.

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American Experience - The Murder of Emmett Till -- In Money, Mississippi, Emmett Till, 14, from Chicago, didn't know the unwritten laws of the Jim Crow South until two men dragged him from his bed, brutally beat him and shot him in the head. Shortly after his killers were both acquitted the defendants sold their story, including a detailed account of how they murdered Till. Till's death was a spark that helped to mobilize the civil rights movement. Three months after his body was pulled from the Tallahatchie River, the Montgomery bus boycott began.

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