Being the child of a famous person doesn’t put you above the law, much to the chagrin of these celebrity offspring.
Readily available and easy to use, aerosol inhalants are the go-to choice for many looking for a quick high. Here are some side effects of huffing that are more serious than the obvious social stigma of having face full of paint like the Tin Woodman from The Wizard of Oz.
Air rage, assault, drunk and disorderly, even murder; many of the crimes that happen down here also happen up there.
A look at the murder trial of the rich, powerful, eccentric and arrogant millionaire cross-dresser Robert Durst. A fugitive for a time, he was only caught because he tried to steal a sandwich instead of paying for it.
Many of the most shocking arrest reports tend to have a common thread: meth. The drug has been a factor in a bloody naked rampage, as well as a tragic murder-suicide that claimed two small children. Most addicts, however, never make the headlines, instead quietly wasting away, surviving from one hit to the next.
A look in photos at cheerleaders who went dark-side.
Jurors’ preconceptions can be as decisive to the outcome of a trial as the evidence presented. An examination of the CSI Syndrome, the theory that criminal procedural dramas like C.S.I. have affected not only the behavior of criminals, but that of the jurors who determine their innocence or guilt.
A list of things you should avoid doing if you are facing an arrest, ranging from the more obvious like Do Not Run, to less obvious advice on how not to handle police at your door.
Newport News, Virginia, cop Christopher Roush, 41, was arrested by his own department for allegedly standing naked on a porch.
St. Paul woman Kira Trevino, 30, was reported missing after she failed to show up for work at the Mall of America Friday. The last person to see her, police say, was her husband, Jeff Trevino, who has now been arrested on suspicion of murder in connection with her disappearance.