Legal Spectacle: The New York Times covers a trial in Haiti against police officers accused of murder in a prison massacre. The proceedings are unlike anything in the U.S. - alcohol is sold at the door, for one - but observers say it's a step forward for the Haitian government in proving its legitimacy.
No Motive: Prosecutors trying former Lululemon employee Brittany Norwood may not be able to present evidence to support their theory that Norwood killed co-worker Jayna Murray after being caught stealing, the Washington Post reports.
Regret: Lanny Breuer, assistant attorney general in charge of the criminal division, said in an interview Monday that he regretted not doing more to make sure guns sold by agents to suspected traffickers weren't being smuggled into Mexico. The Wall Street Journal has the story.
Malpractice: Greenberg Traurig is facing a multi-million dollar professional malpractice lawsuit from the estate of Heller Ehrman, which accuses the firm of mismanaging the bank's handling of bankruptcy proceedings, according to The Recorder.
Not Me: The Philadelphia Inquirer explores the problems that can come with eyewitness IDs at trial, starting with the story of a county judge who was falsely named as a robbery suspect while sitting in court.