New Jersey grand jury indicts teen for attempting to kill a learning disabled man he thought was gay.
Victim claims he and his boyfriend were victims of a hate crime after being attacked in a parking garage.
Jurors had fretted that sentencing Charles Rhines to life in prison would be "sending him where he wants to go"
Court rules that refusal to register groups infringed upon their right to freedom of association
Traill County Sheriff says his office is investigating the alleged assault
Police credit public for helping them catch and arrest the alleged suspect
Death sentence remains in place despite allegations jurors chose death penalty instead of life in prison
"The Death and Life of John F. Donovan" actor and co-stars question Hollywood's attitudes towards LGBTQ actors
Charles Rhines' lawyers believe he received the death penalty because of the jury's homophobia and are requesting SCOTUS hear his case