Michelle Carter Files Appeal With U.S. Supreme Court In Texting Suicide CaseMichelle Carter's attorneys told the high court in a petition filed Monday that her conviction, based on her "words alone," violated her First Amendment right to free speech.
Michelle Carter Texting Suicide Case Explored In New FilmThe director of a new documentary wants viewers to decide for themselves whether Michelle Carter's actions were criminal.
Wrongful Death Lawsuit In Texting Suicide Case ResolvedThe wrongful death lawsuit brought against Michelle Carter has been resolved.
Judge Orders Michelle Carter To Start Serving Sentence In Texting Suicide CaseA judge ordered a young woman to begin serving her 15-month prison sentence for encouraging her suicidal boyfriend to kill himself.
Prosecutors Move To Have Michelle Carter Start Jail Sentence In Texting Suicide CaseThe motion comes one day after the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court upheld her involuntary manslaughter conviction.
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.
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.
Amanda Knox: Michelle Carter Should Get Sympathy, Not Jail TimeAmanda Knox is weighing in on the controversial teen texting suicide case in Massachusetts.