Bell v. Feibush, a case decided in January of this year by the Fourth Appellate District of the California Court of Appeal, has received attention for its recognition of the availability of treble damages for the theft of personal or real property- three times the amount of actual damages inflicted.
Local, state and federal police officers are entrusted with carrying out the law and serving justice. Unfortunately, in Alabama and nationwide, it is not uncommon for police officers to be caught up in committing crimes themselves.
Jefferson NJ police are looking for a person of interest in stabbings at a gentlemen’s club in Jefferson, New Jersey.
The Washington Supreme Court recently upheld the application of a state law prohibiting individuals accused of committing “serious crimes” from possessing firearms while free on bond or personal recognizance awaiting trial.
INTERPOL is an international information sharing agency that allows its 190 member countries to assist one another in the search for wanted persons who are suspected of having fled the jurisdiction of the requesting member country.
Several Morris County NJ police departments collaborated to arrest a dozen people who were allegedly connected to drug distribution in Morris County, New Jersey.
A Budd Lake NJ man was arrested by Mount Olive NJ police and charged with cocaine distribution.
After being arrested for impersonating a police officer and sexually assaulting an escort, a Berlin, CT, man has been exposed as a Ponzi schemer this week.
Prosecutors hold a political position that is often dependent on the number of convictions they can put on the books. In many high-profile cases, prosecutors are praised for getting a conviction, but this comes with costs.