Michelle Carter's Actions Then Failure To Act Led To Conviction, Legal Expert SaysWBZ-TV legal analyst Harry Manion wasn’t surprised by the verdict.
Michelle Carter Guilty In Texting Suicide TrialA juvenile court judge has found a Plainville teenager guilty of manslaughter after she was charged with sending her boyfriend a barrage of text messages encouraging him to kill himself.
Judge To Announce Decision In Michelle Carter Trial FridayThe judge in the trial of a Plainville teen accused of encouraging her friend's suicide will announce his decision in the case on Friday.
Keller @ Large: Social Media Can Be PoisonThe Michelle Carter trial is teaching us all an important lesson - social media is poison unless handled with extreme care.
Closing Arguments Made In Michelle Carter Texting Suicide TrialThe defense rested Tuesday morning in the trial of a Plainville teen accused of encouraging her friend's suicide, with the judge set to hear closing arguments later in the afternoon.
Doctor In Michelle Carter's Defense: She 'Lives To Help People'Dr. Peter Breggin described Carter as "very vulnerable" and "a person struggling with a suicide of her own."
Michelle Carter's Defense Denied Motion To Dismiss CaseThe defense team for a woman accused of encouraging her boyfriend to commit suicide was shut down by the judge in their argument to throw out the case Friday.
Michelle Carter Told Police: 'I Should Have Done Something Sooner'Prosecutors rested their case in the involuntary manslaughter trial of Michelle Carter on Thursday.
Plainville Teen In Texting Suicide Trial: 'I Heard Him Die'An acquaintance of the Plainville woman accused of encouraging her boyfriend's suicide said that woman admitted his death was her fault--and that she could have prevented it.
Woman Accused Of Encouraging Friend's Suicide Faces JudgeThe mother of Conrad Roy, who prosecutors say was encouraged by Michelle Carter to take his life, was the first witness called to the stand.
Plainville Teen Waives Right To Jury Trial In Texting Suicide CaseA Plainville teen accused of encouraging her boyfriend to kill himself has waived her right to a jury trial.
Lawyer To Introduce New Evidence In Case Of Plainville Teen Accused Of Encouraging Boyfriend's Suicide Defense Lawyer Joseph Cataldo revealed in court Thursday there is new evidence in the trial of Michelle Carter.

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