The Missouri Supreme Court has ruled part of a law passed after a notorious case of cyberbullying ended in a teen's suicide is too broad and vague.
A federal judge has officially acquitted a Missouri mother in a cyberbullying case linked to the 2006 suicide of 13-year-old Megan Meier, authorities said.
A woman accused of cyber-bullying linked to a teen suicide and banned from the Internet has asked permission to go back online for a new job, legal papers say.
A federal judge in Los Angeles Thursday dismissed charges against Lori Drew, the Missouri woman whose online deception had been blamed for a teenager's suicide.
A federal judge, questioning the actions of prosecutors, delayed sentencing for a woman convicted of "cyber-bullying" a 13-year-old girl who committed suicide.
A Dardenne Prairie, Mo., woman faced sentencing Monday for the cyber-bullying of a teenager who killed herself, federal prosecutors said.
Lori Drew's attorney says he will appeal her conviction in California on charges she used the Internet to bully a neighbor girl into committing suicide.
Federal prosecutors said Lori Drew should spend three years in prison for acts of cyber-bullying blamed for the suicide of a teenager in Dardenne Prairie, Mo.
A Missouri woman convicted of cyber-bullying a teenage girl will not face a felony conspiracy charge, court records show.
Jurors were leaning toward felony convictions in the Los Angeles "cyberbully" trial of Lori Drew, according to the forewoman.