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Former NFL-er Aaron Hernandez Faces Two More Murder Charges

Former New England Patriot Aaron Hernandez was charged with two more murders stemming from a 2012 shooting outside a Boston nightclub. Authorities announced today that he would charged with first-degree murder counts in regards to the deaths of Daniel Abreu and Safiro Furtado. Along with the murder charges he was [...]

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Dognapper Arrested in Court for Outstanding Warrants

Last Thanksgiving, while most of us were sitting down to enjoy a family dinner, or watch a football game, a Pittsburgh man by the name of Mark Boehler was undergoing chemotherapy for Stage 3 Esophageal Cancer. While Mr. Boehler was receiving his treatment, someone broke into his backyard and took [...]

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Supreme Court Clashes Over Cell Phone Searches

The last week of April saw the U.S. Supreme Court begin the arduous process of defining constitutional rules regarding the search of cellphones without a warrant. The primary issue they are focusing on is twofold: first, whether must police obtain a warrant to search data on the cell phone of [...]

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A Competent Defense For All? Backlash For Terrorists’ Defense Attorneys

The Sixth Amendment to the United States Constitution guarantees all criminal defendants have not only the right to counsel but that the counsel competently perform at trail and in any relevant proceedings.  This right applies universally to all defendants tried in US Courts regardless of how loathsome the charge may [...]

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Mass Arrests Made In Quarter-Billion Dollar Medicare Fraud Case

Federal authorities have arrested 90 people in over six cities for submitting false billings to the Medicare system.  The defendants range from doctors, pharmacy owners, and even elderly Medicare patients themselves.  The authorities allege that the group bilked the taxpayers out of around $260 million in false or inflated billings [...]