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Upstate NY Woman, 46, Charged With Felony DWI for Driving Under the Influence of Vanilla Extract

Upstate NY Woman, 46, Charged With Felony DWI for Driving Under the Influence of Vanilla Extract

It starts off sounding like a high school chemistry class question: how much vanilla extract would one person have to consume, in a certain amount of time, in order to…

Con Artists Prey on Immigrants Seeking Legal Help

Con Artists Prey on Immigrants Seeking Legal Help

Los Angeles city officials are working with the Department of Consumer Affairs to crack down on con artists who are taking advantage of changes in immigration legislation to illegally give…

Shooting of Darrien Hunt Not Racially Motivated, According to Attorney

Shooting of Darrien Hunt Not Racially Motivated, According to Attorney

Family members of a 22-year-old Utah man have sued over what they and their lawyer call an unconstitutional shooting death by police officers. On Sept. 10, Darrien Hunt was walking…

Rick Springfield Wins Court Case Against Fan Who Claims She was Injured by his Butt

Rick Springfield Wins Court Case Against Fan Who Claims She was Injured by his Butt

A bizarre personal injury case against rocker Rick Springfield’s butt finally came to an end last month after almost a decade. Former fan Vicky Calcagno filed a case against Springfield…

Man Arrested on Suspicion of DUI During High School Girls’ Hockey Game While Driving Zamboni

Man Arrested on Suspicion of DUI During High School Girls’ Hockey Game While Driving Zamboni

Spectators at a Fargo, ND high school girls’ hockey game last week probably expected to see body checks, goals, and even maybe a couple of tumbles on the ice, but…

Man Behind Washington Sweepstakes Scam Receives Sentence of Two Years in Prison

Man Behind Washington Sweepstakes Scam Receives Sentence of Two Years in Prison

A man from King County, WA who ran what authorities called a “cruel” sweepstakes scam, will spend two years behind bars, according to the Associated Press. A Seattle federal court…

Public Vaping Bans: Could They Cause E Cig Businesses to Go Up in Smoke?

Public Vaping Bans: Could They Cause E Cig Businesses to Go Up in Smoke?

The New Orleans City Council is proposing a ban on smoking in public places, including in smoke shops. But the sweeping legislation could have an unintended effect on businesses that…

San Jose Criminal Defense Attorney Awaits Sentencing

San Jose Criminal Defense Attorney Awaits Sentencing

Criminal defense attorneys are an important part of the American justice system, helping clients from all walks of life navigate the details of their case. When the attorneys themselves are…

Sue Arnall Cashes Billion Dollar Check in Harold Hamm Divorce, Then Demands Appeal

Sue Arnall Cashes Billion Dollar Check in Harold Hamm Divorce, Then Demands Appeal

Though she cashed the check — totaling nearly a billion dollars — that settled their divorce, Sue Ann Arnall has decided to continue to pursue an appeal of her divorce…

Controversial Fence Case In Maryland Over

Controversial Fence Case In Maryland Over

Which would win in a fight? A wooden fence or a light rail transit vehicle capable of hurtling down the line at 65 miles per hour? Well, if you go…