The judges presiding over the Nuremberg trials which followed World War II, circa 1946. From left to right, Lieutenant Colonel Alexander Fedorovich Volchkov and Major-General Iona Timofeevich Nikitchenko of the Soviet Union, Sir Norman...More
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LaToya Jackson (L) and her sister Janet Jackson (C) arrive ahead of their brother Michael Jackson as they pass through security at Santa Barbara County Courthouse for the second day of closing arguments in his child molestation trial...More
Judge Larry Gram standing at podium in front of the bench in his courtroom, speaking to the reporters & cameramen surrounding him at press conference after sentencing serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer.
Justice, Capital Punishment, Great Britain, pic: 28th January 1953, A large crowd gathered at Wandsworth Prison, London, to learn of the execution of Derek Bentley
11th March 1949, Horsham, Sussex, John George Haigh pictured leaving the court during his trial as a large crowd surrounds his car, John George Haigh, the 'Acid Bath Murderer' was found guilty of the murder of Olive Durand- Deacon and...More
Police hold back a crowd of sightseers outside Strangeways gaol in Manchester before the execution of Dr Buck Ruxton for the murder of his wife and her maid.
Frederick Bywaters (1893 - 1923, left) on trial for the murder of Percy Thompson, October 1922. Bywaters is accused, jointly with his lover Edith Thompson, of murdering Thompson's husband, Percy. Both the accused were hanged for the...More
Murderer Henri Desire Landru in court during his trial. Known as the French 'Bluebeard', Landru was found guilty of the murder of ten women and a boy, and guillotined on 25 February 1922.
Dr Crippen and Ethel Le Neve on trial in London, 1910. Dr Hawley Harvey Crippen murdered his second wife Belle Elmore at their home in London. After being found guilty at the Old Bailey, he was hanged at Pentonville on 23rd November...More
Sketches from the press gallery at Maidstone Assizes, during the trial of Percy Lefroy Mapleton for the murder of Isaac Frederick Gold on the Brighton Railway, 1881. Lord Chief Justice Coleridge is presiding. Mapleton was convicted and...More