Croydon must serve 16 years
- Four reasons given for husband's death. // Cabinet Maker;2/6/2004, Issue 5374, p5
Reports on reasons offered by Carol Croydon for the death of her husband, British company CSC Upholstery owner Philip Croydon. Carol's denial of murdering her husband in April 2003; Blame placed by Carol on her lover Nelson Bland for killing her husband.
- Murder trial begins. // Cabinet Maker;1/30/2004, Issue 5373, p3
Reports on the trial of Long Eaton partner Carol Croydon accused of murdering her husband and business partner Philip Croydon in Kegworth, Leicestershire.
- Judge rejects campus killer's sentence. // Community College Week;12/15/97, Vol. 10 Issue 10, p2
Reports that a Court of Appeals in Seattle has overturned a 50-year prison sentence for a man who killed his estranged wife. Factors that did not justify a sentence longer than the state-mandated 28 to 37 years according to the three judges; Brief information on the shooting incident involving...
- NEW YORK. // Lesbian -- Gay Law Notes;Jan2012, p26
The article reports on the maximum sentence of 25 years meted by New York Supreme Court Justice Neil J. Firetog to John Katehis on December 13, 2011 for the murder of gay journalist George Weber.
- Sacramento Cabbie Attacker Sentenced to 13 Years. Sohrabji, Sunita // India -- West;6/10/2011, Vol. 36 Issue 29, pA4
The article reports that Pedro Antonio Ramirez of Sacramento, California had been charged with attempted murder for his role in the Nov. 28, 2010 attack on taxi driver Harbhajan Singh and was sentenced to imprisonment for 3 years.
- WASHINGTON, D.C.: Killer of mayor's adviser gets 24 years behind bars. // Gay & Lesbian Times;8/11/2005, Issue 920, p31
Reports on the prison sentence of William Parrott, a man who murdered the mayor's liaison to the gay and lesbian community in Washington. Failure of Parrott to get residential drug treatment in the weeks before the crime; Absence of prior criminal record; Judgment of District of Columbia...
- Killer Freed After 22 Years. Howlett, Doug // Outdoor Life;May2005, Vol. 212 Issue 5, p19
Reports on the release from prison of Claude Dallas, an Idaho resident who killed wildlife officers in 1981. Number of prison sentence served by Dallas; Facts of the case; Coverage of the crime by "Outdoor Life" magazine.
- Life sentences in Cape Town murders. // Gay & Lesbian Times;3/25/2004, Issue 848, p36
Reports that killers of nine men at a Cape Town, South Africa Adam Woest and Trevor Theys were sent to prison for life on March 16, 2004. Basis of the decision; Speculation on the reason of the killings.
- FORGIVING the UNFORGIVABLE. Atlas, Darla; Tresniowski, Alex // People;6/8/2009, Vol. 71 Issue 22, p78
The article looks at Terry Caffey, a father whose wife and two sons were shot and murdered by his daughter's boyfriend, Charlie Wilkinson, and two of his friends. Caffey's daughter, Erin, helped Wilkinson plan the murders after her parents forbade her to see him. Erin Caffey has plead guilty to...