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Articles in Channel: Criminal Law
Bump and Update: Multiple French News sites are now reporting Mohammed Merah is dead. It's been confirmed by police. Three police officers were wounded, one seriously. This comes after a long, continuous and loud blast of what sounded like automatic weapons. Police now say Merah fired at...
An unemployment fraud scheme that raked in $2 million resulted in criminal charges for 31 people. According to a news report in The Associated Press, all but one of the 31 defendants are from Newark and surrounding towns. Officials say a 35-year-old man believed to be the mastermind helped create...
Yes, yesterday's march is over, but the struggle about this case isn't over. Not yet. And now there is significance every time you put on that hoodie. When yo do that, you're Trayvon. And if you're walking in a neighborhood where somebody doesn't think you belong, you have the same risk.I am...
M.M. Parrish Construction Co., a Gainesville, Florida-based construction company and its Vice President Lloyd Whann were acquitted on bribery charges on Monday in the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Florida, as reported by The Gainesville Sun. M.M. Parrish and Mr. Whann were...
The TV news show 60 Minutes will broadcast a segment about Michael Morton's exoneration and the struggle to hold Williamson County prosecutors accountable through a court of inquiry this Sunday, March 25 (6:00-7:00 PM, CT) on CBS.Relatedly, the blog Wilco Watchdog has been diligently chronicling...
Police in Wichita are riding the rails and writing tickets.
A compelling story about a St. Louis police officer shot in the line of duty.
Interesting way to address the problems of loitering drunks in Seattle.
He used the old "liquid leaking from your car" ruse to trick victims into unneeded repairs.