House Bill 1798 makes the conviction of a first time offense of manufacturing hashish a felony with a prison mandatory minimum sentence of two years and a maximum sentence of life in prison.
Senator Al Franken (D-Minnesota) has called upon Apple and Google to participate in a hearing with the Judiciary Subcommittee on Privacy, Technology and the Law in order to discuss consumer privacy.
Anyone surfing the Internet this week is free to read leaked documents about the prisoners held by the American military at Guantánamo Bay, Cuba. Except, that is, for the lawyers who represent the prisoners.
In April 2009 I blogged about the case of John Kunco, a Pennsylvania man convicted of a rape in 1992 based mostly on the testimony of a bite mark expert. The Innocence Project asked the Pennsylvania Supreme Court to grant Kunco a new trial, based mos
Citizens in our (once) free republic founded under the English common law system, have both the power and the right to vote according to conscience when they sit on a jury and can vote not guilty even in the face of the law and in the face of the evi
Lying on his floor with assault weapons trained on him, shouts of "pedophile!" and "pornographer!" stinging like his fresh cuts and bruises, the homeowner didn't need long to figure the reason for the early morning wake-up call from a swarm of federa
A controversial Florida pastor and his associate were released from jail tonight after being held briefly for refusing to pay a $1 "peace bond" after a jury ruled they would "likely breach the peace" with plans to protest a mosque.
A controversial Koran-burning pastor accidentally discharged his firearm Thursday night in the parking lot of a TV station after appearing on a talk show with a Muslim cleric.
New communications schemes could make zombie PC networks far harder to shut down.
As the economy tanks, crime is going up. The maggots will be looking for soft targets and your garage – especially if you leave it open – is one of the softest. What can you do to reduce the odds you’ll be victimized?
http://RTR.org | http://RealityReport.TV | Bernard von NotHaus joins Gary Franchi for an interview on the Reality Report to provide an update on his recent trial and unfortunate outcome.
Here is an eyebrow raiser. The Associated Press is reporting that suspected Wikileaker Pfc. Bradley Manning will be transferred from the Marine Brig at Quantico, Va. to the Army prison at Ft. Leavenworth, Kansas. According to the AP, an announcement
University of Virginia law professor Brandon Garrett has a new book out called Convicting the Innocent: Where Criminal Prosecutions Go Wrong. He looks at two causes of wrongful convictions,false confessions and bad eyewitness testimony
You could say it started with three small-town Minnesota boys riding their bikes to a convenience store on an October night in 1989. As they were returning home on a dark stretch of road, a man stepped out of the darkness holding a gun. He told them
A FBI report kept secret for 25 years said the Soviet Union "quite likely fabricated" evidence central to the prosecution of John Demjanjuk — a revelation that could help the defense as closing arguments resume in the Ohio auto worker's Nazi war crim
(SAN ANTONIO) Rocker Sammy Hagar, who once sang "I Can't Drive 55," might want to move to Texas. The California-born singer may be able to drive 85 in the Lone Star State if a measure approved by the Texas House becomes law. 1200WOAI news reports
Sen. Orrin Hatch (R-Utah) has sent a letter to Attorney General Eric Holder demanding more federal obscenity prosecutions. The letter was co-signed by more than 100 other senators and congressmen.
US authorities fined cosmetics and drugs giant Johnson & Johnson $70 million on Friday for bribing doctors in Europe and paying kickbacks for contracts under a UN relief program in Iraq.
Gila County Superior Court Judge, Peter Cahill at an appeal hearing on April 5 reversed and remanded a finding of responsibility in a Star Valley Photo Enforcement Case because the complaint was not properly certified. Judge Cahill, at theRead Letter
Herman Garner doesn’t dispute the drug charge that slammed him in prison for nine years. Garner does dispute the damning circumstance that doing the time for his crime still leaves him penalized despite his having ended his sentence in the penal syst
describe the history of prison slavery and to demonstrate how the image of penal servitude integrates itself into and reinforces the voluntaryist view of the State, Whether one views the origin of the State as grounded in "conquest" or "consent," his
The Obama administration’s decision to use a military tribunal rather than a federal criminal court to try alleged 9/11 mastermind Khalid Sheikh Mohammed and four others means the real motives behind the 9/11 attacks may remain obscure.
Khalid Sheik Mohammed and four alleged co-conspirators accused of organizing the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks will be tried before a military commission at Guantanamo Bay, the Obama administration said Monday, reversing its long-held plan to bring the men
[off the chart read ED] I was in the midst of the Save America Convention in Tampa, Florida when I heard, first, that Libya was under bombardment by the UN (led by U.S. forces), and, that Bernard von NotHaus of Liberty Dollar had been convicted of “c
I have to admit it: I feel enraged. Something in the news has made me more angry than I ever remember being about something that didn't hit me personally. That "something" is the conviction of Bernard VonNothaus of the Liberty Dollar.
Phoenix Arizona, Man on the Land Bill talks about how the zip codes have been implemented to put YOU into the Defacto corporation. Using brackets and your zip code in the format [XXXXX-9998] means you are still "on" the land and not "in" it. Being "
The brothers say they accumulated the money over the years from their remodeling business. But an Illinois State Police task force says the men are suspected of drug trafficking, though neither has been charged. The brothers won an early victory w
That’s my attorneys answer to people when they think that they can go up against a corrupt government, especially when they think or know they are right. For instance going against the IRS, even though there are millions that believe there isRead Letter
At least the Ron Paul chocolates are still legal. Bernard Von NotHaus, the "monetary architect" behind the world's only currency emblazoned with Ron Paul's face, has been convicted in federal court for producing counterfeit currency and engaging
The Las Vegas deputy district attorney who prosecuted Paris Hilton for cocaine possession was arrested over the weekend after allegedly buying a rock of cocaine, authorities said on Monday.