According to the Maryland Transportation Authority, Olympic swimmer, Michael Phelps has been arrested on a DUI charge. DUI Arrest Phelps, known for winning 18 Olympic gold medals, was arrested early in the morning. He was charged with DUI, excessive speed (travelingContinue reading Michael Phelps’ DUI
Uber Driver Charged with Assault and Battery of Passenger
An Uber driver has pleaded not guilty to charges of assault and battery of a passenger. District Attorney George Gascon is alleging that 26-year-old Patrick Karajah, a San Francisco driver for the popular ride-sharing service, attacked one of his passengers withContinue reading Uber Driver Charged with Assault and Battery of Passenger
What’s Really Happening with Domestic Violence Trends?
Domestic violence has seemingly become the hot-button topic across the nation. Does the rise of domestic violence in the NFL reflect a worsening epidemic across the nation? Or has the U.S. made successful strides to put an end to domesticContinue reading What’s Really Happening with Domestic Violence Trends?
“The Situation’s” Tax Fraud Situation
Mike “The Situation” Sorrentino might be facing a different situation than he’s used to: tax fraud. “The Situation’s” Rise to Fame Sorrentino rose to fame with the rest of the notoriously bawdy cast of MTV’s “The Jersey Shore.” But the show’sContinue reading “The Situation’s” Tax Fraud Situation
Solo Plays Despite Assault Allegations
In June, Hope Solo, goalkeeper for the U.S. women’s team was arrested for allegations of assaulting her sister and her sister’s 17-year-old son. Recently, U.S. Soccer defended its decision to let Solo continue to play for the U.S. women’s team. U.S.Continue reading Solo Plays Despite Assault Allegations
Miley Cyrus’ Burglars Sentenced
The man and woman who were arrested for burglary and grand theft auto from Miley Cyrus’ San Fernando Valley, Calif., home last May have been sentenced. Naomi Charles and Tylor Scott Naomi Charles and Tylor Scott, both in their 20s, wereContinue reading Miley Cyrus’ Burglars Sentenced
The Debate Over Punishing White Collar Crimes
Recently portfolio manager Mathew Martoma, was sentenced to nine years in prison – marking one of the longest prison sentences to be handed out for a white-collar crime. Insider Trading is White Collar Crime Earlier this year, Martoma, 40, whoContinue reading The Debate Over Punishing White Collar Crimes
Can Intervention Decrease Drug-Crime and Future Legal Problems?
According to recently released results of decade-long intervention program, violence prone children in the program grew up to have fewer psychiatric, drug-related, and legal problems. The Study In 1990, in the midst of Congress’ urgings for the National Institute of Mental HealthContinue reading Can Intervention Decrease Drug-Crime and Future Legal Problems?
Money Laundering in L.A.’s Fashion District
A law enforcement sweep targeting alleged money laundering operations by Mexican drug cartels has led Federal agents to seize more than $65 million and arrest at least nine people in the Los Angeles fashion district. The Money Laundering Control Act of 1986 made moneyContinue reading Money Laundering in L.A.’s Fashion District
Long Beach Ranked #1 for Pick-Up Theft Crime
While Texas might lead the nation when it coms to the most pick-up truck thefts, Long Beach, Los Angeles has been ranked the top urban location for pick-up theft crime. Theft Crime Study A study conducted by The National InsuranceContinue reading Long Beach Ranked #1 for Pick-Up Theft Crime