Celebs can often get alcohol and drug charges reduced to court-ordered rehab, but does it get them clean and sober?
A new excuse: S’okay officer! Th’ dog was driving — not me. To bad he left the dog in a hot car.
A look and some of the most ridiculous crimes and collars of the very drunk. Party too hardy, and this could be you on July 4 this year.
It was inevitable as the legalization of marijuana proceeds apace, that someone would decide that law enforcement needed a toy to measure marijuana intoxication. Because it supposedly detects accurate levels of THC on the spot, its inventors hope it will help police keep roads safe from those who toke and drive.
On the evening of February 11, 2010, wealthy polo club owner John Goodman eschewed his chauffeur and drove himself to his favorite bar. He drank with friends and, after settling his final bill for 16 shots, drove his car into a deadly DUI collision that killed a young man.
Another settlement for a victim killed in a car crash by the Texas teen who used the “affluenza” defense.
Turns out, when you go on a bender, it’s preferable to sleep it off, not “drive it off.” Driving it off is frowned on by law enforcement — even in Florida.
It’s September once again which means woe for kids going back to school and joy for most sports fans as a new NFL season begins. For the players, the season brings hope that good football will erase the following mishaps from popular memory, but we at Crime Library remember …
It seems that being excellent at running and jumping doesn’t equal being good at avoiding legal trouble. A look at the arrest records of pro athletes in photos.
In the early hours of Thursday morning, Justin Bieber led police on a short, high-speed chase on Pine Tree Drive in Miami, then pulled over, failed a sobriety test and was charged with DUI and drag racing. Bieber’s rented Lamborghini was pulled over along with a car driven by rapper Crazy Khalil. Both drivers were arrested [...]