The legal troubles of celebrities’ parents.
A collection of attorneys who landed on the wrong side of the law.
Check out more rap stars who’ve had trouble with the law.
Thomas Lowe, an attorney from Eagan, Minn., had an affair, which won’t help him win any awards for good character, but is not illegal. The affair, however, was with a woman he had known for many years that he was representing in a divorce case, whom he billed for the time he spent sexing her up.
‘Tis the season of celebration, gift giving — and public relations mayhem.
Is beer-label art protected under the First Amendment? Breweries say yes, some states say no.
The familiar faces that deliver your news and weather find themselves in the media spotlight.
The folks over at Sesame Street have gotten wind of the unlicensed Sexy Big Bird costume, and have taken legal steps to get it pulled off the market. A look also at some other sexy, disturbing, unlicensed Sesame Street characters.
Catwalks, catfights, killings and anything but model behavior.
Though the assassination attempt on Hustler magazine publisher Flint left him in chronic excruciating pain, it did nothing to dampen his enthusiasm for outrageous court battles allegedly fought in the name of the First Amendment.