Michelle carter

Justice has been served in the case of a sick woman who encouraged her teenage boyfriend to kill himself via phone calls and text messages in 2014.

On Friday, a Massachusetts judge convicted Michelle Carter, 20, of involuntary manslaughter for encouraging then-boyfriend Conrad Roy to take his own life.

Carter, who pleaded not guilty, waived a jury trial and took her chances with a bench trial.

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Ross Harris

Justin Ross Harris, 33, of Marietta, was found guilty on all 8 counts in the death of his 22-month-old son Cooper Mills Harris.

Harris argued that he forgot his son was in the back seat of his SUV when he arrived at work at a Home Depot in Cobb County on June 18, 2014.

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Taiwo Sobamowo, the woman who allegedly impersonated a nurse so she could get close to Bobbi Kristina Brown, also impersonated a nurse in the nation’s capital.

The NY Post’s Page Six reports that Sobamowo, 32, used the license number of another registered nurse to apply for a position at a hospice in Washington, D.C. in 2013.

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gay panic defense

An Atlanta teenager was convicted of murder after a Fulton County jury rejected his gay panic defense.

19-year-old Marquavyian Gude (inset) told the court he expected to meet a girl for random sex, but Devontavius McClain, also 19, showed up instead.

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