The Indiana Supreme Court has just overturned a felony murder conviction for three of the four men known as the Elkhart Four.
Los Angeles doctor Munir Uwaydah is facing 57 counts after a five year investigation revealed widespread and systematic fraud surrounding workers compensation patients and a far reaching insurance scheme.
An officer with a lengthy record of impropriety and complaints in a police force notorious for misconduct was arrested late last month for DUI charges.
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit recently made a ruling on the use of drug sniffing dogs in U.S. vs. Bentley. Trained dogs have very sensitive noses and are able to identify drugs, but the problem in police forces is that dogs are also hard-wired to please humans. So, if the handler has a preconceived idea of who might be concealing drugs, the dog is more likely to act off of those cues.
When you're arrested for a crime you have certain rights granted to you. One of these rights is the Fifth Amendment, which is specifically worded as follows.
A Miami couple is facing fraud charges for using access to public assistance applications to fraudulently access benefits under other people's names.
In today's world, technology follows us wherever we go. Think about the last time you left your cell phone at home. It was probably an accident. If you're one of the millions of people who carry their cell phone with them at all times, you'll probably want to take precautions to ensure that you can't accidently call someone after reading this story.
59-year-old Paul Pozonsky, a former judge from Western Pennsylvania, was sentenced to 30 days to two years in jail for stealing cocaine. He pled guilty in March to charges stemming from directing that cocaine meant for police custody be stored in his chambers. Pozonsky then used the cocaine to feed his addiction to the drug.
Platinum Television Group of Coral Springs and three other companies - New Line Media Solutions, U.S. Media Television and FR media, all of which were formed by Paul Scott - were named by the Florida Attorney General's Office in a complaint recently. The Attorney general alleges that their media productions were deceptive.
Former Goldman Sachs programmer Sergey Aleynikov has just received a second overturned conviction, this time at the state level, in New York. It comes three years after he had a federal conviction reversed.