“I didn't plan to do this at all,” suspect Daniel Gross said in a jailhouse interview.
Lundgren wanted to provide buyers of used computers a restore disc of Windows, so they wouldn't throw their computers away. Microsoft, and the government, objected.
A California teen's dying declaration could send her suspected killers to prison for the rest of their lives.
David Romig wasn't sure detectives were buying his tale of a home invasion, and it didn't help when he texted them about it.
Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton and Rep. Don Beyer wanted to discuss their bill but Park Police Chief Robert MacLean declined to attend, claiming he wasn't allowed to lobby Congress.
The suspect initially said he didn't pull the trigger, then investigators showed him evidence from his cellphone's GPS.
The teenager was sentenced to more than six years in prison.
The two men wonder why it took so long for the other man to be arrested when video evidence was readily available to investigators in St. Louis.
"This was not done in jest,” police said.
An Oklahoma woman faces jail time for passing counterfeit checks. The judge suggested that his sentence might be different if she presents proof that "she has been rendered incapable of procreation."