Immature, impetuous, illegal — and arrested — these days grandmas and grandpas aren't necessarily what they used to be.
Teachers' entanglements with the law.
What atrocity happened in your neck of the woods? A photographic look at the largest mass murders and shooting sprees perpetrated in each state.
As new indictments are filed against two Mounties in Robert Dziekanski's 2007 tasing death captured on video at Vancouver airport, we take a look at some other high profile use and abuse of the most recent addition to law enforcement's pacification arsenal: The stun gun.
A look at some outrageous use, misuse and outright abuse of the 911 emergency response system.
Turns out not even celebs get to choose their families. A look in photos at the legal problems of celebrities' lesser-known brothers and sisters.
After being subjected to gang rape and other brutalities, Sarah Kruzan killed the pimp who'd controlled her since she was eleven years old. Sixteen at the time of the murder, Kruzan was sentenced to life without parole. Public outcry and a new juvenile offender law enabled her release in 2013. Read about her and other teenage girls sentenced to extremely lengthy prison sentences.
Actors, musicians and celebrities deprived of their personal property.
Diane Whipple, a talented athlete who'd come within seconds of qualifying for the U.S. 1996 Olympics team in track and field was mauled to death by Bane, a 120-pound Presa Canario. He was put to death immediately following the deadly attack. The dog's caretakers, married lawyers Robert Noel and Marjorie Knoller, were charged in connection with the incident.
When fame makes beloved celebrities vulnerable to dangerous stalkers...
Even the most dedicated athletes sometimes get caught using some performance-inhibiting substances.
Singer, actress and plastic-surgery success story, Love, has had her share of legal troubles too, and has responded to them with more than her share of bizarre courtroom antics.
A look in photos at cheerleaders who went dark-side.
Carlie Brucia disappeared on Super Bowl Sunday 2004. Though her mother called 911 immediately, the amber alert was not issued until 18 hours later when police found a surveillance video of the girl's abduction. By then it was too late.