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  • Parents Gone Wild! Jordan Rittenhouse charged with extreme child abuse, leaving his 2-month-old son with 29 broken bones

    Bonnie's Blog of Crime
    mylifeofcrime
    1 Sep 2014 | 4:54 pm
    Baby Son of Navy Sailor Had 29 Bone Fractures 2-Month-Old Had 29 Fractures; Father Arraigned In Assault Baby had approximately 29 broken bones Connecticut sailor leaves 2-month-old son with 29 bone fractures, near death: prosecutor Navy Sailor Accused of Abusing, Gravely Injuring 2-Month-Old Son Baby Son of Navy Sailor Had 29 Bone Fractures Vigil Planned for Abused Groton 2-Month-Old Baby Jordan Rittenhouse
  • About that Police "Militarization"....

    Crime and Consequences Blog
    Bill Otis
    1 Sep 2014 | 1:01 pm
    Those who want to lecture us about the "lessons of Ferguson" without waiting to find out what actually happened there have opened a related front calling for disarming demilitarizing the police.This YouTube film of the London police in full fight from a mob of radical Muslims gives an eye-opening, if appalling, preview of what things will be like if the attack on the police succeeds.
  • Some Philly university students give crime reports low grades

    crime - Yahoo News Search Results
    2 Sep 2014 | 12:38 am
    Federal guidelines on reporting campus crime make it hard to know where they're safe -- especially off-campus.
  • State ranger caught dozing with beer between legs

    Crime Scene Blog
    Kale Williams
    29 Aug 2014 | 3:22 pm
    A California State Parks ranger was placed on leave after he was found intoxicated and asleep in his patrol car with a beer between his legs, officials said. A passerby stumbled upon the ranger, Tyson Young, on the afternoon of Aug. 15 in Humboldt Redwoods State Park, which is off Highway 101 south of Eureka, according to the California Highway Patrol After trying unsuccessfully to wake up the ranger, the passerby snapped a picture of Young, who was sleeping soundly with a Keystone Light snugly tucked between his legs. The tipster photographer wished to remain anonymous, the Lost Coast…
  • Not So Happy Feet

    Dumb Criminals
    cecilia
    24 Aug 2014 | 6:17 am
    Remember a few years ago when every Hollywood studio spontaneously lost its mind over penguins? Cinema screens across the world were graced with surfing penguins, dancing penguins…and then actual penguins freezing to death in the cold (thanks a bunch, Warner Independent). Penguins are nothing new. They’ve been walking around–technically upside down–on the earth’s belly since, [...] Related posts: My Little Pony Everybody wants to ride a pony. Ride it to work,... At Least Nash Is Happy What’s the deal with body hair removal? Just something for... Hands Up, Order Up You have…
 
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  • About that Police "Militarization"....

    Bill Otis
    1 Sep 2014 | 1:01 pm
    Those who want to lecture us about the "lessons of Ferguson" without waiting to find out what actually happened there have opened a related front calling for disarming demilitarizing the police.This YouTube film of the London police in full fight from a mob of radical Muslims gives an eye-opening, if appalling, preview of what things will be like if the attack on the police succeeds.
  • McClellan Nomination Sesquicentennial

    Kent Scheidegger
    31 Aug 2014 | 3:31 pm
    Off-topic but interesting, Fergus Bordewich in the WSJ takes us on a historical trip down the "what if" road. On Aug. 31, 1864, the sweltering galleries of Chicago's largest assembly hall, known as the "Wigwam," erupted with wild yells as Gen. George B. McClellan was nominated as the Democratic Party's candidate for president. The delegates had reason to be exuberant. The North was sick of war, support for Abraham Lincoln was plummeting, and they had an attractive candidate. But if McClellan had won, it would have been the last election in United States as a unified nation.Handsome and…
  • On the Death Penalty: Our Masters vs. the Rest of Us

    Bill Otis
    30 Aug 2014 | 3:05 pm
    Prof. Sara Sun Beale of Duke Law School is, in my view, a more balanced intellect than one usually encounters in academia.  Her recent article seems to assume that having more information makes it more likely that one will oppose capital punishment  --  an assumption with which I disagree.  But her article has the virtue of laying bare one of the key facts about the abolitionist movement  -- that it lacks popular support even where it succeeds, and essentially is led by those who look down at "trailer park trash" and "women with big hair."  The abstract of Prof.
  • What Ferguson Is "About"

    Bill Otis
    30 Aug 2014 | 7:40 am
    Just now I read an opinion piece in the Washington Post titled, "Ferguson Isn't About Black Rage Against Cops; It's White Rage Against Progress."  The gist of the column, written by an associate professor in the African American studies and history department at Emory University, is that what's sparking the controversy isn't the shooting itself, nor the looting and violence thereafter, nor even any national concern about where we are, after all these years, with black crime and white police.Nope, it's about how Ferguson "shows us" that white people still want to subjugate blacks a…
  • Judicial Nominees and Practical Experience

    Kent Scheidegger
    29 Aug 2014 | 4:27 pm
    Five years ago, California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger nominated former state Senator Charles Poochigian to the state Court of Appeal.  He was evaluated by the State Bar Commission on Judicial Nominees Evaluation and given the lowest rating, Not Qualified.  This was not because of his personal characteristics.  On the contrary, reported Kenneth Ofgang in the Metropolitan News-Enterprise at the time, JNE Commission Chair Jonathan Wolf of San Francisco wrote to the chief justice that the nominee "is intelligent, diligent, and articulate...is an independent thinker, courteous,…
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  • Some Philly university students give crime reports low grades

    2 Sep 2014 | 12:38 am
    Federal guidelines on reporting campus crime make it hard to know where they're safe -- especially off-campus.
  • Volokh Conspiracy: Sixth Circuit reverses Amish beard-cutting hate crime convictions

    1 Sep 2014 | 1:32 pm
    The Sixth Circuit reversed the hate crime convictions for improper jury instructions, avoiding the underlying federalism issues in the case.
  • Chicago August crime stats: Murders down, shootings up

    1 Sep 2014 | 6:13 am
    Chicago Police Superintendent Garry McCarthy addressed the department’s crime statistics for the month of August, saying there is some promising news but that officers will continue to work with the community to bring those numbers down. Murders are down seven percent, compared to this time last year. Overall crime is down 14 percent. But shootings […]
  • Crime stats provide reality check in Queensland's bikie crackdown

    31 Aug 2014 | 3:14 pm
    Queensland's bikie crackdown and its associated legislative measures have polarised public opinion on the necessity and success of this approach. So with a High Court challenge to the new laws due to be heard, how was the anti-bikie strategy in Queensland been framed, and what has it achieved?
  • Crime complainants reminded to keep copy of incident report

    31 Aug 2014 | 3:42 am
    MANILA, Philippines -- After reporting a crime to the police, don't forget to ask for your copy of the official record.   The Philippine National Police advised the public to always secure a copy of the incident record form (IRF) after reporting a crime or filing a complaint with the local police.   In a statement, PNP Director General Alan Purisima stressed the importance of the IRF to both the ...
 
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  • State ranger caught dozing with beer between legs

    Kale Williams
    29 Aug 2014 | 3:22 pm
    A California State Parks ranger was placed on leave after he was found intoxicated and asleep in his patrol car with a beer between his legs, officials said. A passerby stumbled upon the ranger, Tyson Young, on the afternoon of Aug. 15 in Humboldt Redwoods State Park, which is off Highway 101 south of Eureka, according to the California Highway Patrol After trying unsuccessfully to wake up the ranger, the passerby snapped a picture of Young, who was sleeping soundly with a Keystone Light snugly tucked between his legs. The tipster photographer wished to remain anonymous, the Lost Coast…
  • Giant millipedes seized at San Francisco airport

    Henry K. Lee
    29 Aug 2014 | 11:14 am
    These giant millipedes were seized in the mail at SFO. (Courtesy U.S. Customs and Border Protection) U.S. Customs and Border Protection officials really got a leg up on a would-be smuggler when they seized 20 giant live millipedes in the mail at San Francisco International Airport. The foot-long crawly critters were found in a mesh bag in a Styrofoam box labeled “toy car model” that was being sent from Germany and arrived at the U.S. Postal Service International Service Center at SFO. The box also had chunks of soil and paper in it. After being sent through an x-ray machine, agriculture…
  • Indictment in CHP copter laser shining in Oakland

    Henry K. Lee
    28 Aug 2014 | 6:43 pm
    California Highway Patrol helicopter (photo: CHP) An Oakland man was indicted Thursday by a federal grand jury on charges that he shined a green laser at a California Highway Patrol helicopter in East Oakland. Christian Palomino, 18, was arrested for shining a laser pointer at the state agency’s helicopter, called H32, seven to eight times about 11:15 p.m. June 7, said CHP Officer Sean Wilkenfeld. Palomino was indicted on a charge of aiming a laser at an aircraft, a felony. The helicopter had been flying near Seminary Avenue and Elizabeth Street, assisting Oakland police in a search for a…
  • Phone scammers double down in Daly City

    Kale Williams
    27 Aug 2014 | 5:29 pm
    Two Daly City residents fell victim to phone scams last week. (Photo: San Francisco Chronicle) Two Daly City residents are the latest to fall prey to scam artists who tricked them into forking over more than $10,000 total in prepaid credit cards, police officials said. On Aug. 20., the first victim took a call from someone who simply said, “Hi.” When the victim asked if the caller was Matthew, her grandson, the caller replied that it was — and that he’d been arrested for drunken driving in San Francisco. With the help of an accomplice, who posed as a public defender, the caller was…
  • Family sues over fatal shooting by deputy in Saratoga

    Henry K. Lee
    26 Aug 2014 | 8:01 pm
    The family of a mentally ill, suicidal man who was shot and killed by a Santa Clara County sheriff’s deputy in Saratoga filed a federal civil rights lawsuit Tuesday. Brandon Marshall, 43, of Saratoga was shot and killed Dec. 10 when he attacked a deputy with a metal spike, the Sheriff’s Office has said. But in a suit filed in U.S. District Court in San Jose, Marshall’s family said sheriff’s Deputies Aldo Groba and Kristin Anderson should have known they were responding to a call seeking medical help for an “emotionally disturbed individual.” “Instead of allowing the paramedics…
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    Dumb Criminals

  • Not So Happy Feet

    cecilia
    24 Aug 2014 | 6:17 am
    Remember a few years ago when every Hollywood studio spontaneously lost its mind over penguins? Cinema screens across the world were graced with surfing penguins, dancing penguins…and then actual penguins freezing to death in the cold (thanks a bunch, Warner Independent). Penguins are nothing new. They’ve been walking around–technically upside down–on the earth’s belly since, [...] Related posts: My Little Pony Everybody wants to ride a pony. Ride it to work,... At Least Nash Is Happy What’s the deal with body hair removal? Just something for... Hands Up, Order Up You have…
  • Breakfast At…Prison

    cecilia
    22 Aug 2014 | 7:33 pm
    How many culinary stereotypes do you believe in? It’s true, Southerners drink sweet tea like Greek gods drink nectar. Italian weddings do consist of 40 million pasta dishes, and policeman do knock back circular breakfast foods like nobody’s business. Believe it or not, sometimes this actually helps cops. A young man in North Carolina was arrested [...] Related posts: Bathroom Dreams Have you ever had the dreams where you just REALLY... Keep It Kinky It’s crazy the things that can happen between two loving... Hook Em What are the “popular” kids at school like? What does... YARPP…
  • Hands Up, Order Up

    cecilia
    9 Aug 2014 | 5:43 am
    You have what you consider your restaurant, right? You know, the one where the manager knows your name and the employees know your order. My boyfriend took me to his beloved bagel shop last month, and I remember a worker thrust a blueberry bagel into my hand (no napkins, no bag, nothing at all) and [...] Related posts: Let’s Get the Bleep Outta Here In conjunction with the last post: what would you do... Love Schmove Who says romance is dead? Love is in the air,... Little Cheesey People always say there’s no such thing as bad pizza,... YARPP powered by AdBistroPowered by
  • Keep It Kinky

    cecilia
    3 Aug 2014 | 6:39 pm
    It’s crazy the things that can happen between two loving partners behind closed doors. Forget the old knockin’ boots by the fireplace; put on a cop uniform and handcuff your boo thang. Around the ankles. Then tell me if getting pulled over and ticketed for speeding in broad daylight leaves you feeling some type of [...] Related posts: Potted Plants Have you ever accidentally gotten high? Like, you thought it... Two Kinds of Poles Do you ever wish you could find your own personal... Lettuce Pray How important is it to stay fit and trim once... YARPP powered by AdBistroPowered by
  • But First, Let Me Commit a Crime

    cecilia
    23 Jul 2014 | 4:36 pm
    My best friend works in retail, therefore possessing no shortage of patronage horror stories. At one point, two college students tried to get freaky in the dressing room. Nearly once a week, cops have to be called in to arrest a privileged white girl who can totally afford a $20 flower crown yet chooses not [...] Related posts: Know Thy Selfie Don’t lie, you’ve taken a picture of yourself at least... Defriended Remember when Facebook was the rad thing? Now it’s populated... At Least Nash Is Happy What’s the deal with body hair removal? Just something for... YARPP powered by…
 
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    CSI Files

  • What’s On This Week

    Rachel
    1 Sep 2014 | 1:15 pm
    NCIS, NCIS: Los Angeles and Criminal Minds are airing repeats on CBS this week. First up, NCIS will air back-to-back episodes on Tuesday. Fans can re-watch the two-part introduction to NCIS: New Orleans, “Crescent City”, from 8:00-10:01pm ET/PT. Here are the episode descriptions: “Crescent City” – When the body of Congressman Dan McLane, a former NCIS agent, washes ashore in New Orleans, Gibbs reunites with his former colleague, NCIS Special Agent Dwayne Cassius Pride, in a joint case between the two field offices and the FBI. The teams must work together to…
  • Greg Grunberg Visits ‘CSI’

    Rachel
    29 Aug 2014 | 4:54 pm
    Greg Grunberg (Heroes) is set to guest star in CSI: Crime Scene Investigation’s upcoming fifteenth season. (Spoilers after the jump!) According to Entertainment Weekly, Grunberg will play Len Bryant, “a white-collar everyman battling addiction at a high-end rehab facility.” Len is trying to get sober so he can win back his children. The episode is scheduled to air in early November, and you can read a tweet from Grunberg below: Humbled to work with the best of the best @TedDanson1947 yesterday on @CSI_CBS – too much fun! — Greg Grunberg (@greggrunberg) August 29,…
  • Skipp Sudduth Visits ‘CSI’

    Rachel
    29 Aug 2014 | 9:11 am
    Actor and director Skipp Sudduth (Third Watch, The Good Wife) will appear in an episode of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation’s upcoming fifteenth season. (Spoilers after the jump!) Sudduth directed five episodes of CSI: New York, most recently “Where There’s Smoke” during the show’s ninth and final season, in addition to both directing (“About Face”) and acting (“Profiler, Profiled”, “Restoration”) on Criminal Minds. For his visit to CSI, Sudduth will be in front of the camera. According to TV Line, he will play Mr Lusk, “a…
  • CBS Reveals Premiere Info For ‘CSI’, ‘Criminal Minds’, ‘NCIS’, ‘NCIS:LA’ & ‘NCIS:NOLA’

    Rachel
    28 Aug 2014 | 4:02 pm
    You can find episode synopses for the season premieres of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, NCIS, NCIS: Los Angeles, NCIS: New Orleans and Criminal Minds after the jump! NCIS kicks off season 12 with “Twenty Klicks” on Tuesday, September 23 at 8:00pm ET/PT. Here’s the episode description (from CBS): Gibbs and McGee travel to Russia to safely escort home an NCIS computer engineer connected to classified intel, but their mission is compromised and they are forced to go off the grid while hunted by a Russian mercenary group. Meanwhile, the team in D.C. frantically uses every…
  • ‘CSI:Cyber’ Cast Shares More Pics

    Rachel
    27 Aug 2014 | 7:32 pm
    As CSI Files previously reported, filming is underway for the first season of CSI: Cyber. Several members of the cast have shared images on Twitter, including this photo of James Van Der Beek (Elijah Mundo), Patricia Arquette (Avery Ryan), Shad Moss (Brody Nelson) and Charley Koontz (Daniel Grummitz): Our first day together on set #CSICyber @charley_koontz @smoss @PattyArquette pic.twitter.com/SM5u24h5Oi — James Van Der Beek (@vanderjames) August 22, 2014 You can find 12 more tweets, images and videos after the jump! Been so busy studying my character i didn't get a chance to tell…
 
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  • Americans held in North Korea speak out

    2 Sep 2014 | 12:39 am
    Americans held in North Korea speak outAPKenneth Bae, Matthew Miller & Jeffrey Fowle, all detained in N. Korea, spoke out about conditions and pleaded for help from the U.S.'Situation is very urgent'In other world newsIsrael seizes huge amount of landMexican woman claims to be 127
  • Phillies deliver unorthodox no-hitter

    2 Sep 2014 | 12:39 am
    Phillies deliver unorthodox no-hitterGettyStar pitchers Clayton Kershaw, Josh Beckett and Tim Lincecum each fired no-hitters earlier this season -- but certainly not like this.Last-place team pulled off rare featMore sports coverage Recapping college football Week 1Squirrel invades racing track
  • KKK using new strategy to attract recruits

    2 Sep 2014 | 12:39 am
    KKK using new strategy to attract recruitsAPThe most infamous and oldest hate group in the country appears to be using this issue as a platform to increase its membership.Group's latest targetMore in newsIraqi PM to root out militantsDemocracy debate riles China
  • Who Are ‘The Boxtrolls’?

    2 Sep 2014 | 12:39 am
    Who Are ‘The Boxtrolls’?Sponsored ContentMeet the cave-dwelling crew who are the stars of animated flick 'The Boxtrolls.' Opening in theaters September 26.From the makers of ‘Coraline’ and ‘ParaNorman’
  • FBI to probe nude celebrity photo leaks

    2 Sep 2014 | 12:39 am
    FBI to probe nude celebrity photo leaksAPThe agency said it was addressing allegations that several stars, including Jennifer Lawrence, were victims of a photo hacking scandal.Celeb calling hack a 'creepy effort'More on this storyStars allegedly hit in photo leakApple fixes bug linked to hack
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  • Americans held in North Korea speak out

    2 Sep 2014 | 12:39 am
    Americans held in North Korea speak outAPKenneth Bae, Matthew Miller & Jeffrey Fowle, all detained in N. Korea, spoke out about conditions and pleaded for help from the U.S.'Situation is very urgent'In other world newsIsrael seizes huge amount of landMexican woman claims to be 127
  • Phillies deliver unorthodox no-hitter

    2 Sep 2014 | 12:39 am
    Phillies deliver unorthodox no-hitterGettyStar pitchers Clayton Kershaw, Josh Beckett and Tim Lincecum each fired no-hitters earlier this season -- but certainly not like this.Last-place team pulled off rare featMore sports coverage Recapping college football Week 1Squirrel invades racing track
  • KKK using new strategy to attract recruits

    2 Sep 2014 | 12:39 am
    KKK using new strategy to attract recruitsAPThe most infamous and oldest hate group in the country appears to be using this issue as a platform to increase its membership.Group's latest targetMore in newsIraqi PM to root out militantsDemocracy debate riles China
  • Who Are ‘The Boxtrolls’?

    2 Sep 2014 | 12:39 am
    Who Are ‘The Boxtrolls’?Sponsored ContentMeet the cave-dwelling crew who are the stars of animated flick 'The Boxtrolls.' Opening in theaters September 26.From the makers of ‘Coraline’ and ‘ParaNorman’
  • FBI to probe nude celebrity photo leaks

    2 Sep 2014 | 12:39 am
    FBI to probe nude celebrity photo leaksAPThe agency said it was addressing allegations that several stars, including Jennifer Lawrence, were victims of a photo hacking scandal.Celeb calling hack a 'creepy effort'More on this storyStars allegedly hit in photo leakApple fixes bug linked to hack
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    Mafia Families

  • Mickey Rourke Is Ice Man – Empire Movies

    Mafia Family
    1 Sep 2014 | 9:58 pm
    Monsters and Critics.comMickey Rourke Is Ice ManEmpire MoviesA report in The New York Post claims Mickey Rourke will play notorious Mafia hitman Richard Kuklinski in an upcoming movie based on the book, “The Ice Man“, MICKEY Rourke is perfect to play a sadistic Mafia hit man who New York PostRourke is Ice Man?JoBlo.comRourke lands hitman roleIreland OnlineIGN -Contactmusic.comall 41 news articles » Related posts: Mickey Rourke Set to Play The Ice Man – MovieWeb Mickey Rourke lands ‘Ice Man’ role – Little About (blog) Mickey Rourke : Mickey…
  • The Ticker: (Weekend Edition): Gotti, Chopra, Gadhafi… – mediabistro.com (blog)

    Mafia Family
    31 Aug 2014 | 9:48 pm
    The Ticker: (Weekend Edition): Gotti, Chopra, Gadhafi...mediabistro.com (blog)The one-on-one with Gadhafi took place at the Libyan Mission in New York, not in his tent, which is now on its way to Venezuela.and more » Related posts: It’s Priyanka Chopra’s show all the way – Rediff Do It This Weekend: Mike Epps, Some L… – Creative Loafing Tampa Italian mafia boss arrested in Venezuela| Join Our Story …
  • Montana GOP Attacks McDonald on Crime Lawyer Past – Flathead Beacon

    Mafia Family
    30 Aug 2014 | 9:10 pm
    Montana GOP Attacks McDonald on Crime Lawyer PastFlathead Beacon, MTHis testimony contributed to convicting 26 members of La Cosa Nostra, including six of the organization's leaders, McDonald said in the 1987 AP interview. In addition, Fratianno's testimony helped convict 11 other people who were associated with La …GOP attacks McDonald on crime lawyer past KPAX-TVall 7 [...] Related posts: Montana GOP Attacks McDonald on Crime Lawyer Past – Flathead Beacon Montana GOP Attacks McDonald on Crime Lawyer Past – Flathead Beacon Montana GOP Attacks McDonald on Crime…
  • Providence, RI, man is charged with soliciting murder of La Cosa … – renewamerica.us

    Mafia Family
    29 Aug 2014 | 8:32 pm
    Providence, RI, man is charged with soliciting murder of La Cosa …renewamerica.us, DC - Feb 11, 2009However, they expressed reservations because DeLuca is a "made" member of La Cosa Nostra and the killing might engender retribution. … Related posts: Providence, RI, man is charged with soliciting murder of La Cosa … – renewamerica.us Providence, RI, man is charged with soliciting murder of La Cosa … – renewamerica.us Man Charged in Rhode Island for Soliciting Murder of La Cosa … – Australia.TO
  • Godmothers rise on Naples crime turf – The Associated Press

    Mafia Family
    28 Aug 2014 | 8:07 pm
    The Associated PressGodmothers rise on Naples crime turfThe Associated PressA Milan-based historian, Ombretta Ingrasci, author of a book about women in the Sicilian Mafia, speaks of a "glass ceiling," possibly because unlike the and more » Related posts: Godmothers rise among Naples crime sy… – The Associated Press Godmothers rise among Naples crime syndicate – North County Times Godmothers on the rise in Naples crime families – Richmond Times Dispatch
 
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    New Hampshire Legal Blog

  • DO I HAVE TO REIMBURSE MY HEALTH INSURANCE COMPANY AFTER RECEIVING A BODILY INJURY SETTLEMENT?

    Tenn And Tenn
    29 Aug 2014 | 8:34 am
    Bodily Injury Claims When individuals involved in automobile accidents are injured by another party’s negligence, the injured party may be able to make a claim for bodily injuries he or she has sustained.  The ability to recover compensation for injuries is based on a variety of fact-specific considerations, including the severity of the injury sustained, the length of any pain and suffering incurred as a result of the accident, out-of-pocket expenses, lost earnings, as well as the limits of coverage on the responsible party’s insurance policy.  If you have been injured through no…
  • Tenn And Tenn, P.A. is Listed Among the Best Lawyers in New Hampshire- 2014

    Tenn And Tenn
    18 Aug 2014 | 6:50 am
    Tenn And Tenn, P.A. is Listed Among the Best Lawyers in New Hampshire- 2014 Tenn And Tenn, P.A. is pleased to announce that New Hampshire Magazine has recognized three members of the firm among the Best Lawyers of New Hampshire for 2014. Partners James J. Tenn Jr., John J. Tenn, and Mary E. Tenn have been named among NH’s Best Lawyers.  Jim and Mary have been selected as Best Lawyers in the area of Family Law, and Jim has also been selected as a Best Lawyer in the area of Family Law Mediation.  John and Jim have been selected as Best Lawyers in the area of Personal Injury Litigation on…
  • How Long Will My New Hampshire Accident Case Take to Resolve?

    Tenn And Tenn
    12 Aug 2014 | 7:17 am
    How Long Will My New Hampshire Accident Case Take to Resolve? The New Hampshire injury attorneys at Tenn And Tenn, P.A. have been representing injury victims for more than twenty (20) years.  Most of them come to the office and ask the same question – -“How long will my accident case take to resolve?”  We have prepared a simple guide to help answer that question and to illustrate the procedures involved concerning the “typical” personal injury case. The Accident Scene and Determining Fault If you have been involved in an automobile or motorcycle collision, it is important that…
  • Summer Travel Safety Tips in New Hampshire

    Tenn And Tenn
    28 Jul 2014 | 7:07 am
    Summer Travel Safety Tips in New Hampshire Keeping safe during any summer travel requires proper preparation. Taking the time to think ahead can prevent a vacation from being ruined.  Getting stuck on the side of the road with the kids and dog in the car is a sure fire way to dampen vacation plans. The following travel  tips are beneficial for anyone planning to travel in New Hampshire.  Plan the Trip Let other family members know your travel plans when planning a vacation.  Making certain a loved one knows when you are scheduled to leave and return, and where you are headed is an…
  • Nashua Woman Killed in Dump Truck Accident in Merrimack NH

    Tenn And Tenn
    18 Jul 2014 | 7:26 am
    On Wednesday morning July 16, 2014 a collision occurred at the intersection of Route 101A and Continental Boulevard in Merrimack NH. A Nashua woman who was struck by a dump truck in the driver’s side of her SUV was killed. Merrimack Police identified the SUV driver as Elizabeth McQuinn, 60, of 3 Briarcliff Drive, Nashua. The collision occurred at approximately 6 a.m. at the intersection of Route 101A and Continental Boulevard. Merrimack Police said McQuinn was driving the Kia Sorento and attempting to make a left turn from McDonald’s to travel west on Route 101A when the vehicle…
 
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    Criminal Defense Law

  • AZ BREAKING NEWS: Bryan Hulsey Sentenced to Death for Murder of Glendale Officer

    JacksonWhite Law
    29 Aug 2014 | 10:00 am
    A jury in the Maricopa County Superior Court came to a conclusion after weighing evidence for three days. Bryan Hulsey was found guilty in the murder of Glendale Police Officer Anthony Holly, and he has been sentenced to death. This case has been the longest unresolved death-penalty case in the state of Arizona. Shots Fired in 2007 In 2007, 24-year-old Holly was providing back-up to David Goitia during a traffic stop. At the stop near 60th and Oregon Avenue, Holly was shot and killed. The passenger in the vehicle, 33-year-old Hulsey, was arrested while trying to escape. In March of 2007,…
  • Sarah Silverman’s ‘Liquid Pot’ at the Emmys

    JacksonWhite Law
    27 Aug 2014 | 10:00 am
    This year the Emmys introduced many new things, from fashion to the new mani and clutch cam. But the product viewers may have been most surprised to see was liquid pot. Sarah Silverman While on the Emmys red carpet Monday, Sarah Silverman showed off her vape pen filled with “liquid pot.”  While displaying her gold bag on the “clutch cam” the host asked if she could look inside. While rummaging around, Sarah displayed her vape pen saying, “This is my pot. It’s, um, liquid pot.” A Race to the Stage Silverman was one of many winners on Monday night. She had written a variety…
  • Tempe Police Begin “Safe & Sober” Campaign as ASU Fall Semester Commences

    JacksonWhite Law
    25 Aug 2014 | 10:00 am
    As classes start again for ASU students, Tempe Police begin their new “Safe & Sober Campaign” to prevent unnecessary, unwanted, and generally irresponsible behavior around campus. During the past few semesters, ASU has made headlines for a couple of different reasons, all of which were usually fueled by alcohol and some that involved deaths. Last school year ASU experienced: the racist MLK holiday party scandal, 18-year-old Naomi McClendon falling to her death from a high-rise balcony, and students arrested for manufacturing ecstasy in their dorms, just to name a few incidents. It’s…
  • Penalties for Animal Cruelty in Arizona

    JacksonWhite Law
    22 Aug 2014 | 10:00 am
    Tre’vonte Mitchell, an 18-year-old Ohio teen, was recently arrested for punting a cat like a football. Mitchell’s friend Roy Hill filmed the entire incident, and afterwards posted it to Facebook where it gained the attention of local animal rights activists. In the video, Mitchell and Hill are walking through a neighborhood near the University of Akron campus when they stop to harass an outdoor cat. Hill starts filming, Mitchell sets up the scene, and proceeds to kick the cat about three feet, both men start to laugh and then the video is over. Outraged Citizens Share the Video Once…
  • Contributing to the Delinquency of a Minor Charges

    JacksonWhite Law
    20 Aug 2014 | 10:00 am
    A mother in North Carolina was arrested for helping her teen son set himself on fire. This occurred because of a trending social media dare known as the “fire challenge.” Basically, one friend dares another friend via a video posted to their Facebook wall. The dare is to set one’s self on fire, put it out, and then post the video to their own Facebook page and challenge another friend to do the same. Well, not surprisingly, this doesn’t always go as planned because fire is, by nature, very hard to control. The teen in this case was badly burned, but apparently decided to post the…
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    North American Investigations: NY Private Investigators

  • How Much do Private Investigators Cost?

    Darrin Giglio
    12 Aug 2014 | 9:52 am
    If you’re in search of private investigative services, one crucial question you should always be asking when shopping around is “How much will it cost you?”. Some quotes might not always be fair so lookout for companies that overcharge.   Private detectives usually make their clients pay an hourly fee, while others might supply flat-price packages for a background investigation or other investigation.  Usually, each case is completely different and that fee is subject to change.   Below, we’ve outlined a few necessary components that can…
  • Gameover Zeus Malware: Is your computer infected?

    Darrin Giglio
    7 Aug 2014 | 10:10 am
    We’ve all heard about it on the news.  The attention brought to the Heartbleed blug and the 1.2 billion passwords being stolen even in the last few days. These security breaches are becoming more, and more common.  And now, the Gameover Zeus Malware Attack has been brought to our attention.   Gameover Zeus is a very sophisticated kind of malware, which was uncovered by a huge international investigation. The malware program consists of a criminal network with connected personal computers that are working in unison to steal information. And your computer could be one of them,…
  • When the Police Can’t Find a Missing Person

    Darrin Giglio
    16 Jun 2014 | 7:20 am
    There are times when police fail to find people who are reported to be lost, and this may even result to the loss of connection or communication when police gets a dead end with their search. For most cases where lost persons are not found, there are people who are asking about how they can still find any missing person on their own, and the following are some steps you can do:   Contact the National Missing and Unidentified Persons System NamUs is operated by the US Department of Justice which is used by citizens to upload any information about the missing person you might be looking…
  • Master Softee Removed by North American Investigations

    Darrin Giglio
    11 Jun 2014 | 6:45 am
    North American Investigations private investigators have done it again.  Our private detectives took part in a thorough investigation this past weekend locating, finding, and taking picture evidence of as many ‘Master Softee’ ice cream trucks in NYC.  Read more about the story via the New York Daily News and PR.com. Related Posts:Private Investigators can help you with your Custody CaseHow Does Social Media Affect Relationships?Facebook Horror Stories: How Your Weekend Adventure Can Get…Using A Private Investigator To Help You Locate A Loved OneUnsupervised Visits: Eye On…
  • New Child Custody Law for Vermont

    Darrin Giglio
    10 Jun 2014 | 7:01 am
    There is a new law that will be updating the process on how courts address the proper guardianship of any minors for the very first time in over 60 years. Last Tuesday, a particular bill was signed into law by Gov. Peter Shumlin that is outlining certain circumstances wherein the custody can be provided to other people, besides the biological parents. These circumstances include military deployment, incarceration and terminal illness. Shumlin said that it is known in Vermont that many people are facing daily struggles when it comes to opiate addiction as well as drug addiction. He also added…
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  • Standard Chartered Is Hit With $300 Million Fine for Money Laundering

    Sabrina
    21 Aug 2014 | 10:53 am
    It has taken a staggering $667 million in fines and a strict promise from Standard Chartered, a British bank, to get the regulatory spotlight off of its business. A settlement was announced this week by the financial regulator in New York state that the company will pay a fine of $300 million fine and will have to stop a highly profitable business activity because it has failed to weed out several types of transaction that often involve money laundering, a form of financial fraud, which is similar to expensive settlements that occurred in 2012. Those settlements, which were done with federal…
  • South Dakota Prosecutor Charged With Federal Sex Crimes

    Sabrina
    20 Aug 2014 | 9:46 am
    A former Walworth County, South Dakota prosecutor named Christopher Jansen has been accused of sex crimes involving children in state and federal court, but he pleaded not guilty to the charges Aug. 19. Jansen was in federal court for his first appearance in front of the federal grand jury for the indictment that was issued on Aug. 13. The indictment stated that he was being charged with a single count of sexual exploitation of a child, and a single count of material that involves the sexual exploitation of a child. Specifically, he has been accused of having sex with boys under 13, and…
  • Anthony Bosch Pleads Guilty to Federal Charges in Steroid Case

    Sabrina
    6 Aug 2014 | 9:25 am
    Tony Bosch admitted this week that he did the crime and will probably have to do time. But this does not mean that a years-long investigation into the Biogenesis steroid case is over. Tony Bosch is the founder of an anti-aging company that is tied to a steroid and doping scandal that has seriously affected Major League Baseball, and caused Alex Rodriguez to be suspended for a season. Bosch and six of his associates are facing drug distribution charges, and they were arrested last week by federal agents in Florida. According to DEA Special Agent Mark Trouville, the investigation is far from…
  • Federal Prosecutors Charge Venezuelan Judge with Protecting Drug Traffickers

    Sabrina
    30 Jul 2014 | 1:47 pm
    An ex-judge from Venezuela and his family came into Miami a few weeks ago with a plan for a lovely, two week, prepaid vacation at Disney World. But as it turns out, Benny Paleri-Bacchi never made it to the park. He was one of three people from Venezuela who were charged in a federal drug trafficking case, in the first time that ex top officials from the administration of the late Hugo Chavez have ever been connected to top Colombian drug bosses. These ex-officials have been accused of taking bribes, in exchange for letting drug traffickers send cocaine from Venezuela to Mexico to be…
  • Racketeering Added to CA State Senator Federal Charges

    Sabrina
    29 Jul 2014 | 1:16 pm
    This week a federal grand jury added a racketeering charge to a California state senator’s long list of federal charges, including gun trafficking and corruption. The indictment came down last week for state Senator Leland Yee, who is a Democrat from San Francisco. The indictment also named Chinatown mobster Raymond Chow and Yee campaign consultant Keith Jackson, as well as many others. In the original indictment, the federal government alleged that Yee took checks and cash from various undercover agents to pay his campaign debts and also helped to fund his effort to become secretary of…
 
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  • What types of services might a private investigator actually provide?

    admin
    29 Aug 2014 | 7:52 am
    When you think about private investigators and what they actually do, it is quite easy to simply get swept away by romantic notions of the job, as depicted on the big (and small) screen. Even if your view of a modern-day PI is less Who Framed Roger Rabbit? and more Magnum P.I., far-fetched conceptions are still going to be made about the life of a private investigator. Even grittier and more authentic TV detective characters like Jimmy McNulty of The Wire and John Luther of Luther may get involved with extreme scenarios that still fail to accurately display what this kind of role really…
  • Facts and Figures relating to Britain’s Most Expensive Legal Trial

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    27 Jun 2014 | 4:33 am
    What an interesting week it has been with Rebekah Brooks being cleared of all charges against her whilst Andy Coulson, her former colleague, was found guilty of conspiring to hack phones and will be sentenced next week with three former colleagues Greg Miskiw, Neville Thurlbeck , James Whetherup and private detective, Glenn Mulcaire, all of whom pleaded guilty. The private investigation industry has been keeping a close eye on the trial, it is thought that the outcome of the trial could have some influence on when licensing or regulation of the industry will actually start to happen. Theresa…
  • Matt Thomas says not all Private Investigators are Grimy, Disgusting and Sick Individuals

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    29 May 2014 | 7:48 am
    Matt Thomas has his say………The other day I was reading a blog where someone was stating that all private investigators are ‘grimy, disgusting and sick individuals’. This is something that we as, decent, professional private investigators, have to contend with. With all the negative press private investigators have been getting these past few years I am keen to let people know that not all investigation firms are rogue and operate illegally. The majority of us run our businesses in a lawful way ensuring any evidence we obtain has been done so without breaking the law. As…
  • Private Investigator Questions: Make sure you ask them!

    admin
    19 May 2014 | 6:47 am
    As you may or may not know on 31st July 2013 the Home Secretary, Teresa May, announced the Governments intention to have private investigators regulated/licensed through the Security Industry Authority. As it stands today April 29th 2014 the licensing of Private Investigators in the UK appears to still be some way off being implemented.  Therefore when deciding which investigation firm you should choose to help you there are a few vital things that should be looked at. Here is a list of the things you should be looking at before deciding who to instruct:  Does the private investigation firm…
  • Latest Madeleine McCann News – 6th May 2014

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    7 May 2014 | 4:58 am
    Further Madeleine McCann News Announced This Morning – 6th May 2014 It has been announced this morning that British Police investigating the disappearance of Madeleine McCann have reportedly been refused permission to search the properties of three burglary suspects. Media reports in Praia de Luz say that Portuguese authorities have declined further requests from the Metropolitan Police. This will surely be a shock to Scotland Yard after it was reported that permission was given to dig for evidence at various locations around the Ocean Complex in Praia de Luz. Further new on this will…
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  • Sword and Scale Episode 26

    Mike Boudet
    28 Aug 2014 | 10:01 pm
    This is one of the most under-reported murders in the history of the North American Continent. A mutilation that took hours and mind that was so disturbed it relished in the extreme violence inflicted on the deceased, this story exposes the obvious deficiencies in the extremely Liberal Canadian justice system, which even many natives don’t even fully understand. Dan Zupansky, author of Trophy Kill “The Shall We Ask Murder” and host of the highly-popular true-crime podcast True Murder “The Most Shocking Killers in True Crime History”, joins us to tell us a tale…
  • Sword and Scale Episode 25

    Mike Boudet
    14 Aug 2014 | 10:01 pm
    Every year more than 3 million reports of child abuse are made in the United States involving more than 6 million children.  Being one of these children is nightmarish enough, but if your abuser is someone you completely trust, then the event becomes all the more traumatic.  Jamie Sivrais was one of these children.  When he was 10 his father, who had been absent much of his early life, sexually abused him.  Emboldened by his act, the abuse escalated to a point where Jamie knew he had to do something to try and put an end to it. Today Jamie runs a non-profit called A Voice for the…
  • Sword and Scale Episode 24

    Mike Boudet
    1 Aug 2014 | 10:01 pm
    With just 10,000 residents, the small town of Jennings, Louisiana has one of the highest crime rates per capita of any US town.  Any vice you’re looking for can be found here, including prostitution, which is just one of the things that linked all 8 victims that were found in the surrounding swamp land.   Another thing linking all eight women, was their association with a man by the name of Frankie Richard.  A shady character with a spotty, Richard knew all 8 women and admits to having sexual relations with almost all of them, yet he claims to have nothing to do with the murders…
  • Sword and Scale Episode 23

    Mike Boudet
    19 Jul 2014 | 12:39 am
    What could be more horrifying, terrible, and heart-breaking than a mother intentionally taking the life of her own child.  The fact that there’s even a work in the English language that describes it it shocking in itself.  The word is filicide and, even though you may have never heard of it, there are too many cases to cover in just one episode of Sword and Scale.  We barely scratch the surface in this episode of some of the most horrifying cases of mommies killing their babies. Episode 23 covers some of the more famous cases like Andrea Yates and Casey Anthony, as well as the…
  • Sword and Scale Episode 22

    Mike Boudet
    2 Jul 2014 | 9:08 pm
    A family divided, a hungry media looking for answers, and an inept police department looking for answers to explain and more importantly prove the inexplicable spur-of-the moment actions by a father of two young boys, sets a community in turmoil.  Soon, the entire nation is wrapped up in the “what if’s” that emerge from the web of lies and misinformation that has been weaved by a family of deviants. In the end answers are few and far between, but there is a resolution, although not the resolution anyone would have hoped for.  This is the story of Josh Powell, his wife…
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  • Sword and Scale Episode 26

    Mike Boudet
    28 Aug 2014 | 10:01 pm
    This is one of the most under-reported murders in the history of the North American Continent. A mutilation that took hours and mind that was so disturbed it relished in the extreme violence inflicted on the deceased, this story exposes the obvious deficiencies in the extremely Liberal Canadian justice system, which even many natives don’t even fully understand. Dan Zupansky, author of Trophy Kill “The Shall We Ask Murder” and host of the highly-popular true-crime podcast True Murder “The Most Shocking Killers in True Crime History”, joins us to tell us a tale…
  • Executions Gone Awry

    Heather Sutfin
    24 Aug 2014 | 2:02 pm
    According to a 2012 study published by the British Journal of American Legal Studies, 3% of all executions within the United States run into complications. It is partially due to these startling statistics that the death penalty remains a controversial issue for some. Death penalty advocates claim that even when a means of carrying out a death sentence goes horribly wrong, it is still far more justified than the horror these inmates inflicted upon their victims. I have collected what I believe to be some of the worst cases of executions gone terribly awry and I will allow for the reader to…
  • A Look Back at Jonestown

    Heather Sutfin
    19 Aug 2014 | 5:15 pm
    A recent grim discovery of the cremated remains of nine victims present in Jonestown, Guyana, on November 18, 1978, once again brings this mind boggling atrocity into the forefront of the American psyche. How could a man convince so many people to kill themselves, and for what reason? Perhaps this question will never be fully answered. What is known is that the Jonestown Massacre is, undoubtedly, one of the most catastrophic events seen in recent history. The tragic scene that unfolded that day, involving roughly 900 members of the esoteric group, known as the People’s Temple, along with…
  • Sword and Scale Episode 25

    Mike Boudet
    14 Aug 2014 | 10:01 pm
    Every year more than 3 million reports of child abuse are made in the United States involving more than 6 million children.  Being one of these children is nightmarish enough, but if your abuser is someone you completely trust, then the event becomes all the more traumatic.  Jamie Sivrais was one of these children.  When he was 10 his father, who had been absent much of his early life, sexually abused him.  Emboldened by his act, the abuse escalated to a point where Jamie knew he had to do something to try and put an end to it. Today Jamie runs a non-profit called A Voice for the…
  • The Beast of Colombia

    Heather Sutfin
    12 Aug 2014 | 5:14 pm
    Considered by experts to be the most prolific serial killer of all time, Luis Garavito is believed to have murdered close to 300 young boys between 1992 and 1999. Preying primarily on homeless and impoverish children, Garivito was careful to use a number of aliases, change his appearance often, and by dividing his killing zones into “sectors”, in order to avoid suspicion from local authorities. It wasn’t until Garavito was detained on an unrelated rape charge, that “The Beast of Colombia” finally confessed to the murder and rape of 142 young boys. Colombian officials first suspected…
 
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  • Turning Your Back on a DUI Checkpoint

    Matthew Wallin
    29 Aug 2014 | 4:30 am
    As Labor Day weekend approaches, law enforcement agencies are planning to set up DUI checkpoints all over Southern California. With that in mind, it is important to know what your rights are with respect to avoiding these checkpoints. Is It Legal to Turn Around Before Entering a DUI Checkpoint? Avoiding DUI Checkpoint Under California law, a driver has the right to avoid entering a DUI checkpoint. California’s Supreme Court has ruled that one of the factors that will determine whether a sobriety checkpoint is constitutionally proper is whether the existence of the checkpoint has been…
  • How to Win Your DMV Hearing

    Matthew Wallin
    28 Aug 2014 | 3:15 pm
    A DUI arrest is a stressful event for many reasons, one of which is that it triggers two separate legal proceedings: a case in criminal court and an administrative hearing with the DMV for the suspension of your license. Upon arrest, the officer will take away your driver’s license. Unless you can show that there is no basis for doing so, the DMV will suspend or revoke your license.1 Proving you should be able to keep your license can be difficult, but it can be done. Five Crucial Steps to Keeping Your License 1.      Choose an Experienced Lawyer Have you been summoned for a DMV…
  • Should California Adopt the Marijuana Breathalyzer?

    Matthew Wallin
    21 Aug 2014 | 6:01 pm
    Marijuana Breathalyzer California law enforcement could greatly benefit from Breathalyzer technology that is able to detect both alcohol and drugs.  Unlike alcohol, it is far more challenging for law enforcement to quickly and accurately determine driver impairment due to drug use.  According to a recent study, researchers indicate that there is an ability to identify the presence of THC in users for limited periods of time following subjects’ inhalation of marijuana. Much like portable alcohol screening (PAS) devices used in DUI alcohol investigations, marijuana Breathalyzer technology…
  • What Happens if You Receive a DUI in Another Country?

    Matthew Wallin
    14 Aug 2014 | 5:34 pm
    Arrested for a DUI in another country? A conviction for Driving Under the Influence of Drugs or Alcohol in California can lead to expensive fines, suspension of your driver’s license, and even jail time. But, as a licensed California driver, what can happen to you if you receive a DUI in another country? Actor Chris Pine recently ran into this predicament. While celebrating the end of filming for his new movie Z for Zachariah, he and some of the film’s cast allegedly consumed shots of vodka at a party in New Zealand. Pine reportedly left the party with his own car and drove himself back…
  • Driving Under the Influence of Drugs on the Rise

    Matthew Wallin
    31 Jul 2014 | 3:41 pm
    Driving Under the Influence of Drugs When you think “DUI,” the first thought that usually comes to mind is alcohol. But driving under the influence also refers to driving under the influence of drugs. In fact, statistics show that more drivers have been arrested for driving under the influence of drugs than under the influence of alcohol since 1993. As explained by a study from Public Health Reports, drivers who are 50 years old or older are increasingly testing positive for: Prescription drugs; Cannabis; and Other controlled substances.1 A recently released study examined fatal car…
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  • Update: Satanic Craigslist Killer Miranda Barbour Pleads Guilty to Murder

    Young Klein & Associates
    28 Aug 2014 | 6:33 am
    We’ve been following the story of Miranda Barbour for the past few months.  In April, the self-proclaimed Satanist and “Craigslist Killer” made her first appearance in a Pennsylvania court, claiming responsibility for no fewer than 22 murders despite her young age of just 19.  The following month, prosecutors announced their intent to seek the death penalty for Barbour, saying she tortured and robbed victim Troy LaFerrara.  On Tuesday, August 26, Barbour pleaded guilty to second-degree murder, avoiding first-degree murder charges and a possible death sentence.  Despite…
  • Teen Struck by Hit and Run, Bucks County Police Investigating

    Young Klein & Associates
    21 Aug 2014 | 9:19 am
    Bucks County police are currently investigating an apparent hit and run that struck a teenage pedestrian at 7:30 A.M. this morning.   Fortunately, the victim’s injuries were minor and he is expected to make a full recovery.  How are car accidents criminally charged and sentenced in Pennsylvania? NHTSA Accident Report Finds “1 Pedestrian Death Every 107 Minutes” Bucks County police are reporting that a 16-year-old male pedestrian was “tapped” by a vehicle in Bristol Township early this morning.  The boy was rushed to the hospital and treated for injuries,…
  • Bucks County Detectives Investigating Fraudulent Check Ring

    Young Klein & Associates
    14 Aug 2014 | 11:54 am
    Bucks County detectives have identified at least 16 suspects in a large-scale check fraud ring.  Approximately half have already been arraigned and are currently free on unsecured bail, and arrest warrants have been issued for the remaining suspects.  According to allegations made by T.D. Bank, which is headquartered nearby in Cherry Hill, members of the ring fraudulently obtained nearly $30,000 in funds by posing as affiliates of an international football organization. Counterfeit Checks Add Up to Nearly $30,000 From February 25 to March 15, approximately 30 checks were cashed at various…
  • Philadelphia Mom Facing Felony Weapons Charges After Entering NJ with PA-Licensed Gun

    Young Klein & Associates
    5 Aug 2014 | 10:02 am
    27-year-old mother of two Shaneen Allen of Philadelphia is facing a sentence of three years in prison for carrying a weapon that was perfectly legal… in Pennsylvania, at least. Unfortunately for Allen, neighboring New Jersey observes far stricter gun laws, and what was legal at home became a serious felony crime once she crossed state lines.  Allen’s defense attorney says the charges are unfair, and that his client is a perfect example of why it’s important to push for concealed weapon reciprocity policies. Woman Charged with Gun Possession Says, “I Cry Myself to…
  • Bucks County DUI with High BAC Leads to Vehicular Homicide Charges for Doylestown Man

    Young Klein & Associates
    29 Jul 2014 | 6:10 am
    DUI is a serious issue in Bucks County, where intoxicated driving incidents number in the thousands every year.   Hundreds of these accidents prove to be fatal, including an accident earlier this month which killed 47-year-old motorcyclist Carl Polichetti III of Bedminster.  Polichetti was struck by 64-year-old Dennis Harold Bennett of Doylestown, who is now facing charges of DUI and vehicular homicide.  This sad story raises a good legal question: what happens if a drunk driving accident kills another person? Increased DUI Penalties for High BAC Dennis Bennett’s memory of his…
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