Two videos, shown to jurors during the Ryan Ramirez trial, were released after a jury convicted Ramirez of murder and neglect and agreed that he should serve a life without parole sentence.
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A jury decided Ryan Ramirez should serve life without parole in about 10 minutes on Wednesday.
The Indiana Court of Appeals has ruled that a Chesterfield man’s conviction of felony murder and attempted armed robbery were double jeopardy.
A Madison County jury has convicted Ryan Ramirez of both murder and neglect and will decide if he deserves life without parole for his crimes on Wednesday.
Several couples celebrated Valentine's Day by getting married at the Madison County Courthouse on Friday.
Angie Rouse did not appear nervous until she was standing next to Judge Kyle F. Noone on Friday. Dressed in a white sweater with a matching silk rose headpiece and a single strand of pearls, Rouse said she wanted a wedding date her husband would never forget.
A doctor who specializes in child abuse pediatrics said Paisley and Riley Hudson both suffered injuries in what is referred to a triangle of safety.
A note from a juror asked Anderson Police Detective Larry Crenshaw if there was surveillance video of defendant Ryan Ramirez leaving his parents' home in Chesterfield before a toddler he was caring for was found dead in a hotel room.