The legal troubles of celebrities’ parents.
The case of a man who texted a woman an unwanted photo of his genitals tattooed with STRONG E nuf 4 A MAN BUT Made 4 A WOMAN, was dismissed because he sent the photo electronically, not by mail. For those of you now planning to get all crazy with the photos, this decision only applies in Georgia.
A collection of attorneys who landed themselves on the wrong side of the law.
Is beer-label art protected under the First Amendment? Breweries say yes, some states say no.
With Super Bowl XLVIII pitting the Seattle Seahawks against the Denver Broncos nearly upon us, it seems like the perfect time to break down the teams Crime Library-style. No predictions, mind you, just all the legal troubles, arrests and shenanigans.
‘Tis the season of celebration, gift giving — and public relations mayhem.
Interesting cases of strippers who got in trouble by the law.
The familiar faces that deliver your news and weather find themselves in the media spotlight.
Catwalks, catfights, killings and anything but model behavior.
Famous psychic Sylvia Browne has been in the news for giving a hideously wrong prediction regarding missing woman Amanda Berry. Browne won’t face charges for duping people, but here are some psychics who did. In retrospect, they really should have seen it coming.