10, Mar 2014 - Rape Suspect Who Fled To Germany Sentenced
A Delaware man pleaded guilty Tuesday to three counts of rape and two count of gross sexual imposition.
10, Mar 2014 - New Castle, DE Paraplegic Loses Appeal in Firefighter's Death
A Delaware judge has rejected an appeal by a paraplegic man sentenced to life in prison for the death of a Delaware firefighter struck by his car while she tended to an injured man.
10, Mar 2014 - Notice of Equity Trading Interim Order In re Sorenson Communications, Inc., Chapter 11 Case No. 14-
WILMINGTON, Del., March 10, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- The following release was issued today by Kirkland & Ellis LLP: IN THE UNITED STATES BANKRUPTCY COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF DELAWARE In re: SORENSON COMMUNICATIONS, ...
10, Mar 2014 - Convicted Arizona child molester also sentenced in Ohio
DELAWARE, Ohio -- A man who once fled the U.S. before he could face trial for molesting his daughter has finally been sentenced in central Ohio.
10, Mar 2014 - APNewsBreak: Lack of drugs leaves Delaware unable to carry out executions by lethal injection
DOVER, Del. — Delaware has 17 condemned prisoners facing the death penalty, but no means of executing any of them.
10, Mar 2014 - Judge approves Fisker asset sale to Wanxiang
A Delaware bankruptcy judge on Tuesday approved the sale of the remaining assets of failed electric-vehicle maker Fisker Automotive to Chinese auto-parts conglomerate Wanxiang Group.
10, Mar 2014 - Katz seeks public auction of Inquirer's parent company
Inquirer owners Lewis Katz and H.F. "Gerry" Lenfest have asked a Delaware judge to order that editor William K. Marimow keep his job beyond the April 30 expiration of his contract while a public auction is held for assets of the newspaper's parent company.
10, Mar 2014 - Quick Pa. high court ruling sought in IGM dispute
The Pennsylvania Supreme Court should take the unusual step of immediately overturning a Philadelphia judge's decision that Delaware is the only place to settle the Inquirer ownership dispute, according to a request filed by one group of owners.
10, Mar 2014 - Sussex, DE Delaware doctor convicted in 'waterboarding' trial
By Lacey Johnson GEORGETOWN, Delaware (Reuters) - A Delaware jury found a prominent pediatrician and best-selling author guilty on Thursday of endangering his stepdaughter in a trial featuring testimony that he subjected the girl to a form of waterboarding to punish her. Dr. Melvin Morse, an author on near-death experiences who has appeared on "Oprah" and "Good Morning America," could face up to ...
10, Mar 2014 - APNewsBreak: Delaware lacks lethal injection drugs
Delaware has 17 condemned prisoners facing the death penalty, but no means of executing any of them. Like other states, Delaware prison officials have found it difficult to get the drugs used in lethal ...
10, Mar 2014 - Delaware coach savors run to CAA title game
BALTIMORE - Walking off the court at Baltimore Arena, Delaware Blue Hens basketball coach Monte' Ross looked up in the stands and pumped his fist, three times, four times . . .. seven, eight, nine times.
10, Mar 2014 - Man who fled molestation charges sentenced in Ohio
DELAWARE, Ohio (AP) - A man who once fled the U.S. before he could face trial for molesting his daughter has finally been sentenced in central Ohio.
10, Mar 2014 - Woman raped by father as child finds fugitive, testifies
DELAWARE, Ohio — A former Delaware County resident who fled to Germany rather than face rape charges was sentenced yesterday to up to 95 years in prison. Frank Hertel Sr., 51, already is serving a 20-year sentence in Arizona on similar charges. He will begin serving the Ohio sentence of 19 to 95 years while he serves his time in Arizona.
10, Mar 2014 - Delaware bankruptcy judge approves sale of Fisker Automotive assets to Wanxiang
WILMINGTON, Del. - A Delaware bankruptcy judge has approved the sale of the remaining assets of failed electric-vehicle maker Fisker Automotive to Chinese auto-parts conglomerate Wanxiang Group. In an auction stretching over three days last week, Wanxiang beat out Hybrid Technology, led by Hong ...
10, Mar 2014 - Brady: Drug tampering could affect hundreds of cases
A Sussex County defense attorney says the number of drug cases affected by evidence tampering in the state drug testing lab could reach the hundreds. “This is unprecedented in Delaware history,” said defense attorney John Brady. “Occasionally you have a police officer who compromises evidence, but we've never had a lab compromise evidence, review and return.” The Office of Chief Medical Examiner ...