"I hope and pray that church will give him his lord and savior, and make a difference in his life," said Oklahoma judge Mike Norman, who sentenced a teen to 10 years of church as part of his probation for a conviction of manslaughter. NBC's Thanh Truong reports. (TODAY)
This morning in Cleveland, a motorist who got in trouble with the law for driving on the sidewalk to bypass a school bus will serve her humiliating sentence: holding up a sign reading "only an idiot would drive on the sidewalk to avoid a school bus" for an hour. NBC's Katy Turn reports. (TODAY)
Former University of Virginia lacrosse player George Huguely was sentenced for killing his girlfriend, fellow lacrosse player Yeardley Love, in 2010. His lawyers say they plan to appeal. NBC's Pete Williams reports and attorney Lisa Bloom discusses the sentence. (TODAY)
The so-called 'Barefoot Bandit' is set to appear in a Washington state court Friday to be sentenced, and as he prepares to face a judge, new details about the young man's troubled past are surfacing. NBC's Miguel Almaguer reports. (TODAY)
Former Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich left federal court a disgraced man, headed for 14 years in federal prison, convicted of 17 counts of bribery and attempted extortion. NBC's Ron Allen reports.