A state trooper has testified about jihadist materials found in the bedroom of a Massachusetts man charged with conspiring to help al-Qaida.
Opening statements were presented Thursday in the federal trial of a Sudbury man charged with conspiring to support al-Qaeda.
Lawyers for a Massachusetts man accused of plotting to help al-Qaida have asked the trial judge to instruct the jury on his free speech rights under the U.S. Constitution.
Jury selection in the trial of a Massachusetts man charged with providing support to a terrorist group has started.
As Tarek Mehanna goes on trial in Boston next week, some experts see it as a case that will test the limits of counter-terrorism laws.
A federal judge has ruled that prosecutors in the case of a Massachusetts man accused of plotting to kill American troops in Iraq can’t refer to them as “our soldiers” during his trial.
I bet it never occurred to them that there would be so little sympathy for their allegedly murderous fantasies once they were exposed.
A judge has rejected a bid to dismiss parts of charges accusing a Massachusetts man of providing support to al-Qaida.
U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder Jr. is asking a federal judge not to release certain evidence against a Massachusetts man accused in a terror plot, saying the disclosure of “top secret” materials could harm national security.
A federal judge in Boston says he could take days or weeks to decide whether to allow bail for a Sudbury man accused of conspiring to support Al-Qaida.