Massachusetts High Court Upholds Michelle Carter's Conviction In Texting Suicide CaseA judge had previously found her guilty of involuntary manslaughter.
Michelle Carter's Lawyers Urge SJC To Toss Texting Suicide ConvictionMassachusetts' highest court will consider whether to throw out the involuntary manslaughter conviction of Michelle Carter.
Massachusetts High Court Will Hear Michelle Carter Suicide Texting AppealMassachusetts' highest court will soon hear Michelle Carter's case after she was convicted of involuntary manslaughter for sending text messages to her boyfriend urging him to kill himself.
Conrad Roy's Father Running Boston Marathon For Suicide Prevention The father of Conrad Roy is running the Boston Marathon to help spare others from the pain he still feels after his son committed suicide. 
Massachusetts High Court To Take Up Suicide Texting AppealMichelle Carter was convicted of involuntary manslaughter for sending her suicidal boyfriend text messages urging him to kill himself. A court has agreed to hear her appeal.
Michelle Carter's Lawyers Appeal Her ConvictionLawyers for the woman convicted of involuntary manslaughter for convincing her boyfriends to kill himself are appealing her conviction.
Michelle Carter Sentenced To 15 Months In Prison For Encouraging Boyfriend's SuicideMichelle Carter's prison sentence for involuntary manslaughter in the texting death of her boyfriend Conrad Roy has been stayed while the sentence is on appeal.
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.