BOSTON — Almost two years after his capture, reputed Boston mobster James “Whitey” Bulger will stand before a federal jury Wednesday as opening statements begin.
BOSTON — Opening statements are expected Wednesday morning.
BOSTON — In a motion filed Monday, Bulger’s lawyers asked for a stay of proceedings while they conduct their own investigation into a hit man expected to be a star prosecution witness.
BOSTON — We speak with a Boston criminal defense attorney and former state and federal prosecutor about his expectations for both sides’ legal strategies in the case.
BOSTON — Prospective jurors will be questioned individually on Monday.
BOSTON — Bulger’s lawyers said they received information that John Martorano — who admitted murdering 20 people — has resumed “criminal activity” since his 2007 prison release.
BOSTON — Retired federal Judge Nancy Gertner gives an insider’s perspective on the challenges of presiding over a complicated, high-profile trial such as the case of James “Whitey” Bulger.
BOSTON — With the Bulger trial getting going, we look at some of the main players from the law enforcement world.
BOSTON — Bulger’s lawyers say the alleged mobster is looking forward to the trial, as he’s had little else to occupy his attention in the two years since his arrest.
BOSTON — The questionnaires will be used to screen out certain people, including those who may know witnesses or are unable to sit on the jury.