Johnson & Johnson was the first drugmaker to head to trial over the opioid epidemic.
Jeffrey Winder won't face any jail time after clocking the white supremacist in 2017.
Jurors handed down their verdict for Noor Salman, who pleaded not guilty, on the third day of deliberations.
"This is why people need to be educated... a brush against a shoulder, you know, anything at this point can be considered sexual assault."
Canadian student William Sandeson killed a fellow student dealer in order to pay off his debts.
Mass protests in Moscow that had been planned for January were brought forward after Navalny, an anti-corruption and Kremlin critic, and his younger brother Oleg were found guilty.
The horrific story of a 16-year-old girl raped in a football-crazed Ohio town is perhaps the most famous case in which criminals’ use of social media not only exposed their actions, but also galvanized the public to demand justice.