A man convicted for the robbery-murder of two foreign USC graduate students was sentenced to life in prison without parole Monday.
After spending less than two days deliberating, jurors found a man guilty in the 2012 slayings of two University of Southern California engineering students from China.
Jurors in the case of a man charged with the murders of two Chinese students at the University of Southern California were played a videotape Thursday where he purportedly discussed the shootings.
A judge ordered two suspects to stand trial Monday in the shooting deaths of two USC graduate students from China last year.
A judge Tuesday asked that lawyers amend a wrongful death lawsuit filed by the parents of two Chinese graduate students who were fatally shot during a botched robbery in April.
A judge set a May 2013 trial date Wednesday for the wrongful death lawsuit filed by the parents of two USC students who were killed during a botched robbery in April.
Two men pleaded not guilty Wednesday in the murders of two USC graduate students.
The arraignment for the suspects charged in the shooting deaths of two USC graduate students was postponed Monday morning to July 18.
Two men were charged with capital murder Tuesday in the deadly shootings of two USC graduate students from China.