A recent action by the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration is stirring up some moon dust in a legal debate about private companies setting up shop on the moon.
Former Marine Eddie Ray Routh shot to death famed Navy SEAL sniper Chris Kyle and his friend Chad Littlefield at a Texas shooting range in February 2013.
"... not only do police officers sometimes commit crimes, but often times those criminal cops then benefit from a chain of command and prosecutors who conspire against their victims to cover up their crimes."
Whether it is a credit card agreement, Netflix, Verizon, nursing homes?"almost everything we buy or purchase?"is governed by a contract, which has the fine print language that essentially bars us from going to a state or federal court to get some
A trio of half brothers who were wrongfully convicted of murder received a $17 million settlement from the city. The family of a mentally ill former U.S. Marine who died in a hot jail cell was awarded $2.25 million. And a man who spent 23 years behin
The clues that Apple may be building an electric vehicle are piling up.
An appeals court on Wednesday struck down the terrorism conviction of Australian David Hicks, reversing one of the few successful prosecutions of a prisoner before a U.S. military court at the Navy base at Guantanamo Bay.
Disgraced Pennsylvania judge Mark Ciavarella Jr has been sentenced to 28 years in prison for conspiring with private prisons to sentence juvenile offenders to maximum sentences for bribes and kickbacks which totaled millions of dollars.
This is the story of Weldon Angelos, a young man who was sentenced to an unbelievable 55 years in prison for a youthful indiscretion due to federal mandatory sentencing laws.
Judges are precluded from informing juries about the sentences the law requires when they are deciding guilt. If they realized how absurdly draconian the penalties for a guilty verdict would be, it might well push them to acquit
If you read it carefully, the recent opinion from the Arizona Court of Appeals in State v. Woods can tell you a lot about how criminal appeals work in Arizona. In it, the trial court judge did something very unusual and suppressed
Robbery Victim, Shootout Survivor Testifies for Open Carry
A woman who was savagely beaten and had her throat slashed by the father of her children has been told she must write letters to her attacker in jail or face imprisonment herself.
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg's rabid Internet following is sure to go nuts over the admission that she dozed off at the President's State of the Union address after drinking a fine wine.
An Ohio jury found Athens County Sheriff Pat Kelly guilty of 18 charges on Friday, addressing about a third the crimes he stood accused of committing.
Retired neurosurgeon and possible 2016 presidential candidate Ben Carson isn't an anti-gay extremist after all, according to the Southern Poverty Law Center. Under intense scrutiny after it was revealed that the civil rights organization had lum