Live Streams for Tuesday 20th February

Live YouTube Judges

Various Judges live on YouTube
Click here to watch the Live YouTube Judges. This live stream is expected to start at 8:00am USA EST.

Adam Montgomery Trial

Adam Montgomery is charged with second-degree murder; tampering with witnesses and informants - which he allegedly did by attempting to coerce Kayla Montgomery, his estranged wife, to lie to investigators; falsifying physical evidence; and abuse of a corpse in the death of his five-year-old daughter, Harmony, as well as second-degree assault charges for a separate incident involving the child. Prosecutors allege that Harmony was murdered on December 7, 2019. Adam, Kayla and Harmony were living in a car. Investigators allege Adam beat Harmony to death in a fit of rage after she had a 'bathroom accident' in the car. Kayla Montgomery, told detectives that Adam repeatedly struck Harmony, who was 5 at the time, in the head in frustration over the accident. Kayla stated that Adam delivered sets of three-to-four blows with a closed fist to Harmony's face/head on three separate occasions over the course of a few minutes'. Harmony died in the car a short while later, at which point Adam and Kayla placed her 'lifeless' body into an Under Armour duffle bag before transferring her body into a cooler. Harmony's body was moved to various locations over the course of the next several months. Kayla told investigators that in either March or May of 2020, Adam rented a U-Haul and during the overnight hours, made a trip to an unknown destination and disposed of Harmony's dead body. Harmony's body has never been found. In a plea deal, Kayla pleaded guilty to unrelated perjury charges and agreed to cooperate with prosecutors in the investigation into Harmony's death. She received a sentence of 3.5 to 7 years in prison, with 1.5 years of the minimum suspended and given credit for time already served.
Click here to watch the Adam Montgomery Trial. This live stream is expected to start at 9:00am USA EST.

Adam Montgomery Trial (Stream 2)

Adam Montgomery is charged with second-degree murder; tampering with witnesses and informants - which he allegedly did by attempting to coerce Kayla Montgomery, his estranged wife, to lie to investigators; falsifying physical evidence; and abuse of a corpse in the death of his five-year-old daughter, Harmony, as well as second-degree assault charges for a separate incident involving the child. Prosecutors allege that Harmony was murdered on December 7, 2019. Adam, Kayla and Harmony were living in a car. Investigators allege Adam beat Harmony to death in a fit of rage after she had a 'bathroom accident' in the car. Kayla Montgomery, told detectives that Adam repeatedly struck Harmony, who was 5 at the time, in the head in frustration over the accident. Kayla stated that Adam delivered sets of three-to-four blows with a closed fist to Harmony's face/head on three separate occasions over the course of a few minutes'. Harmony died in the car a short while later, at which point Adam and Kayla placed her 'lifeless' body into an Under Armour duffle bag before transferring her body into a cooler. Harmony's body was moved to various locations over the course of the next several months. Kayla told investigators that in either March or May of 2020, Adam rented a U-Haul and during the overnight hours, made a trip to an unknown destination and disposed of Harmony's dead body. Harmony's body has never been found. In a plea deal, Kayla pleaded guilty to unrelated perjury charges and agreed to cooperate with prosecutors in the investigation into Harmony's death. She received a sentence of 3.5 to 7 years in prison, with 1.5 years of the minimum suspended and given credit for time already served.
Click here to watch the Adam Montgomery Trial (Stream 2). This live stream is expected to start at 9:00am USA EST.

Adam Montgomery Trial (Stream 3)

Adam Montgomery is charged with second-degree murder; tampering with witnesses and informants - which he allegedly did by attempting to coerce Kayla Montgomery, his estranged wife, to lie to investigators; falsifying physical evidence; and abuse of a corpse in the death of his five-year-old daughter, Harmony, as well as second-degree assault charges for a separate incident involving the child. Prosecutors allege that Harmony was murdered on December 7, 2019. Adam, Kayla and Harmony were living in a car. Investigators allege Adam beat Harmony to death in a fit of rage after she had a 'bathroom accident' in the car. Kayla Montgomery, told detectives that Adam repeatedly struck Harmony, who was 5 at the time, in the head in frustration over the accident. Kayla stated that Adam delivered sets of three-to-four blows with a closed fist to Harmony's face/head on three separate occasions over the course of a few minutes'. Harmony died in the car a short while later, at which point Adam and Kayla placed her 'lifeless' body into an Under Armour duffle bag before transferring her body into a cooler. Harmony's body was moved to various locations over the course of the next several months. Kayla told investigators that in either March or May of 2020, Adam rented a U-Haul and during the overnight hours, made a trip to an unknown destination and disposed of Harmony's dead body. Harmony's body has never been found. In a plea deal, Kayla pleaded guilty to unrelated perjury charges and agreed to cooperate with prosecutors in the investigation into Harmony's death. She received a sentence of 3.5 to 7 years in prison, with 1.5 years of the minimum suspended and given credit for time already served.
Click here to watch the Adam Montgomery Trial (Stream 3). This live stream is expected to start at 9:00am USA EST.

Adam Montgomery Trial (Stream 4)

Adam Montgomery is charged with second-degree murder; tampering with witnesses and informants - which he allegedly did by attempting to coerce Kayla Montgomery, his estranged wife, to lie to investigators; falsifying physical evidence; and abuse of a corpse in the death of his five-year-old daughter, Harmony, as well as second-degree assault charges for a separate incident involving the child. Prosecutors allege that Harmony was murdered on December 7, 2019. Adam, Kayla and Harmony were living in a car. Investigators allege Adam beat Harmony to death in a fit of rage after she had a 'bathroom accident' in the car. Kayla Montgomery, told detectives that Adam repeatedly struck Harmony, who was 5 at the time, in the head in frustration over the accident. Kayla stated that Adam delivered sets of three-to-four blows with a closed fist to Harmony's face/head on three separate occasions over the course of a few minutes'. Harmony died in the car a short while later, at which point Adam and Kayla placed her 'lifeless' body into an Under Armour duffle bag before transferring her body into a cooler. Harmony's body was moved to various locations over the course of the next several months. Kayla told investigators that in either March or May of 2020, Adam rented a U-Haul and during the overnight hours, made a trip to an unknown destination and disposed of Harmony's dead body. Harmony's body has never been found. In a plea deal, Kayla pleaded guilty to unrelated perjury charges and agreed to cooperate with prosecutors in the investigation into Harmony's death. She received a sentence of 3.5 to 7 years in prison, with 1.5 years of the minimum suspended and given credit for time already served.
Click here to watch the Adam Montgomery Trial (Stream 4). This live stream is expected to start at 9:00am USA EST.

Elliahs Dorsey Trial

Elliahs Dorsey faces several charges including murder in the death of IMPD Officer Breann Leath. Officer Leath responded to a domestic violence call at a home in April 2020. She was shot in the head and killed by someone on the other side of the door of an apartment. It is alleged that person was Elliahs Dorsey After psychological evaluations, Dorsey was deemed to be mentally ill. The U.S. Constitution prohibits seeking the death penalty against someone deemed mentally ill.
Click here to watch the Elliahs Dorsey Trial. This live stream is expected to start at 9:30am USA EST.

Young Thug Trial

Young Thug, whose real name is Jeffery Williams, and five other YSL members - Marquavius Huey, Deamonte 'Yak Gotti' Kendrick, Quamarvious Nichols, Rodalius Ryan and Shannon Stillwell - face trial on racketeering and gang-related charges. Several of the original co-defendants took plea deals in the case. Gunna, Lil Duke, Slimelife Shawty and YSL co-founder Walter Murphy were released from jail after accepting plea deals. Young Thug's brother Unfoonk also agreed to a plea deal. Young Thug has remained in jail since his arrest when he was indicted for conspiracy to violate Georgia's RICO Act and participation in a criminal street gang. Prosecutors claim Young Thug's YSL Records served as the front for a dangerous street gang. After an updated, 65-count indictment was filed August 2022, Thug himself is now facing eight counts, including one count of participating in the RICO conspiracy; one count of participating in a criminal street gang; three counts of violating the Georgia Controlled Substances Act; one count of possession of a firearm while committing a felony; and one count of possession of a machine gun. Some of the most serious accusations in the indictment center on the 2015 killing of Donovan 'Big Nut' Thomas Jr., who prosecutors say ran a rival gang in Atlanta. Five YSL members were directly charged with the murder, while Thug himself was accused of renting the car that was used to commit the killing. In one allegation, the indictment claims that two other YSL members discussed 'how to obtain permission' from Thug before attempting to murder rival rapper YFN Lucci (Rayshawn Bennett) while he was in jail. If convicted on the RICO charge, the defendants face prison sentences anywhere from five to 20 years. Other charges, if proven, could mean additional prison time.
Click here to watch the Young Thug Trial. This live stream is expected to start at 9:30am USA EST.

Young Thug Trial (Stream 2)

Young Thug, whose real name is Jeffery Williams, and five other YSL members - Marquavius Huey, Deamonte 'Yak Gotti' Kendrick, Quamarvious Nichols, Rodalius Ryan and Shannon Stillwell - face trial on racketeering and gang-related charges. Several of the original co-defendants took plea deals in the case. Gunna, Lil Duke, Slimelife Shawty and YSL co-founder Walter Murphy were released from jail after accepting plea deals. Young Thug's brother Unfoonk also agreed to a plea deal. Young Thug has remained in jail since his arrest when he was indicted for conspiracy to violate Georgia's RICO Act and participation in a criminal street gang. Prosecutors claim Young Thug's YSL Records served as the front for a dangerous street gang. After an updated, 65-count indictment was filed August 2022, Thug himself is now facing eight counts, including one count of participating in the RICO conspiracy; one count of participating in a criminal street gang; three counts of violating the Georgia Controlled Substances Act; one count of possession of a firearm while committing a felony; and one count of possession of a machine gun. Some of the most serious accusations in the indictment center on the 2015 killing of Donovan 'Big Nut' Thomas Jr., who prosecutors say ran a rival gang in Atlanta. Five YSL members were directly charged with the murder, while Thug himself was accused of renting the car that was used to commit the killing. In one allegation, the indictment claims that two other YSL members discussed 'how to obtain permission' from Thug before attempting to murder rival rapper YFN Lucci (Rayshawn Bennett) while he was in jail. If convicted on the RICO charge, the defendants face prison sentences anywhere from five to 20 years. Other charges, if proven, could mean additional prison time.
Click here to watch the Young Thug Trial (Stream 2). This live stream is expected to start at 9:30am USA EST.

Young Thug Trial (Stream 3)

Young Thug, whose real name is Jeffery Williams, and five other YSL members - Marquavius Huey, Deamonte 'Yak Gotti' Kendrick, Quamarvious Nichols, Rodalius Ryan and Shannon Stillwell - face trial on racketeering and gang-related charges. Several of the original co-defendants took plea deals in the case. Gunna, Lil Duke, Slimelife Shawty and YSL co-founder Walter Murphy were released from jail after accepting plea deals. Young Thug's brother Unfoonk also agreed to a plea deal. Young Thug has remained in jail since his arrest when he was indicted for conspiracy to violate Georgia's RICO Act and participation in a criminal street gang. Prosecutors claim Young Thug's YSL Records served as the front for a dangerous street gang. After an updated, 65-count indictment was filed August 2022, Thug himself is now facing eight counts, including one count of participating in the RICO conspiracy; one count of participating in a criminal street gang; three counts of violating the Georgia Controlled Substances Act; one count of possession of a firearm while committing a felony; and one count of possession of a machine gun. Some of the most serious accusations in the indictment center on the 2015 killing of Donovan 'Big Nut' Thomas Jr., who prosecutors say ran a rival gang in Atlanta. Five YSL members were directly charged with the murder, while Thug himself was accused of renting the car that was used to commit the killing. In one allegation, the indictment claims that two other YSL members discussed 'how to obtain permission' from Thug before attempting to murder rival rapper YFN Lucci (Rayshawn Bennett) while he was in jail. If convicted on the RICO charge, the defendants face prison sentences anywhere from five to 20 years. Other charges, if proven, could mean additional prison time.
Click here to watch the Young Thug Trial (Stream 3). This live stream is expected to start at 9:30am USA EST.

Young Thug Trial (Stream 4)

Young Thug, whose real name is Jeffery Williams, and five other YSL members - Marquavius Huey, Deamonte 'Yak Gotti' Kendrick, Quamarvious Nichols, Rodalius Ryan and Shannon Stillwell - face trial on racketeering and gang-related charges. Several of the original co-defendants took plea deals in the case. Gunna, Lil Duke, Slimelife Shawty and YSL co-founder Walter Murphy were released from jail after accepting plea deals. Young Thug's brother Unfoonk also agreed to a plea deal. Young Thug has remained in jail since his arrest when he was indicted for conspiracy to violate Georgia's RICO Act and participation in a criminal street gang. Prosecutors claim Young Thug's YSL Records served as the front for a dangerous street gang. After an updated, 65-count indictment was filed August 2022, Thug himself is now facing eight counts, including one count of participating in the RICO conspiracy; one count of participating in a criminal street gang; three counts of violating the Georgia Controlled Substances Act; one count of possession of a firearm while committing a felony; and one count of possession of a machine gun. Some of the most serious accusations in the indictment center on the 2015 killing of Donovan 'Big Nut' Thomas Jr., who prosecutors say ran a rival gang in Atlanta. Five YSL members were directly charged with the murder, while Thug himself was accused of renting the car that was used to commit the killing. In one allegation, the indictment claims that two other YSL members discussed 'how to obtain permission' from Thug before attempting to murder rival rapper YFN Lucci (Rayshawn Bennett) while he was in jail. If convicted on the RICO charge, the defendants face prison sentences anywhere from five to 20 years. Other charges, if proven, could mean additional prison time.
Click here to watch the Young Thug Trial (Stream 4). This live stream is expected to start at 9:30am USA EST.

DeKalb Magistrates Court Misdemeanor First Appearance Hearings

The Court handles First Appearance Hearings/Bond Hearings in most cases for accused persons that have been arrested and are housed in the Dekalb County Jail, regardless of the Law Enforcement Agency that made the arrest.
Click here to watch the DeKalb Magistrates Court Misdemeanor First Appearance Hearings. This live stream is expected to start at 9:30am USA EST.

Michelle Troconis Trial

Michelle Troconis is accused in the murder of Jennifer Dulos. Jennifer was reported missing by friends on May 24, 2019 after she failed to show up for appointments, including her children's trip to the dentist. The body of Jennifer Dulos, a mother of five, has never been found. Authorities have presumed her to be dead. Her estranged husband, Fotis Dulos, died by suicide in January 2020, three weeks after he was charged with Jennifer's murder. Michelle Troconis, the girlfriend of Fotis Dulos at the time, is charged with conspiracy to commit murder, tampering with evidence and hindering prosecution. Video surveillance footage captured on the day Jennifer Dulos disappeared showed Troconis sitting in the front seat of Fotis Dulos' pickup truck as he dropped bags into garbage cans. The bags were later found to contain Jennifer Dulos' blood and DNA. Troconis is one of two remaining defendants in the case. Attorney Kent Mawhinney has also pleaded not guilty to conspiracy to commit murder and will go on trial at a later date. The judge has previously ruled that evidence obtained from a warrantless search of Troconis' cellphone cannot be introduced at trial.
Click here to watch the Michelle Troconis Trial. This live stream is expected to start at 10:00am USA EST.

Michelle Troconis Trial (Stream 2)

Michelle Troconis is accused in the murder of Jennifer Dulos. Jennifer was reported missing by friends on May 24, 2019 after she failed to show up for appointments, including her children's trip to the dentist. The body of Jennifer Dulos, a mother of five, has never been found. Authorities have presumed her to be dead. Her estranged husband, Fotis Dulos, died by suicide in January 2020, three weeks after he was charged with Jennifer's murder. Michelle Troconis, the girlfriend of Fotis Dulos at the time, is charged with conspiracy to commit murder, tampering with evidence and hindering prosecution. Video surveillance footage captured on the day Jennifer Dulos disappeared showed Troconis sitting in the front seat of Fotis Dulos' pickup truck as he dropped bags into garbage cans. The bags were later found to contain Jennifer Dulos' blood and DNA. Troconis is one of two remaining defendants in the case. Attorney Kent Mawhinney has also pleaded not guilty to conspiracy to commit murder and will go on trial at a later date. The judge has previously ruled that evidence obtained from a warrantless search of Troconis' cellphone cannot be introduced at trial.
Click here to watch the Michelle Troconis Trial (Stream 2). This live stream is expected to start at 10:00am USA EST.

Brian Smith Trial

Brian Steven Smith faces 14 charges, including first and second-degree murder, sexual assault and tampering with evidence, in the deaths of Kathleen Henry, 30, and Veronica Abouchuk, who was 52 when her family reported her missing in February 2019, seven months after they last saw her. Henry and Abouchuk were both Alaska Native women who had experienced homelessness. A woman with a lengthy criminal history including theft, assault and prostitution got into a truck with Smith who had picked her up for a 'date' near downtown Anchorage. When he left her alone in the vehicle, she stole a digital memory card from the center console. Now, more than four years later, what she found on that card and handed to police is key to the double murder trial.
Click here to watch the Brian Smith Trial. This live stream is expected to start at 12:30pm USA EST.

DeKalb Magistrates Court Felony First Appearance Hearings

The Court handles First Appearance Hearings/Bond Hearings in most cases for accused persons that have been arrested and are housed in the Dekalb County Jail, regardless of the Law Enforcement Agency that made the arrest.
Click here to watch the DeKalb Magistrates Court Felony First Appearance Hearings. This live stream is expected to start at 1:00pm USA EST.

Brevard Bond Court Hearings

Brevard Bond court is the Brevard County First Appearance Court held in the Brevard County Jail in Sharpes, Florida.
Click here to watch the Brevard Bond Court Hearings. This live stream is expected to start at 1:30pm USA EST.