Felony murder, mayhem, Corpus Delicti, and others; ever wonder what they mean? A quick and handy reference for everyone, along with some high-profile cases that relate.
Ten lawsuits that prove you can pretty much sue anyone for anything.
A collection of some of the strangest last wishes.
Does Washington State allow police to use unmarked cars for traffic stops? There is disagreement. A man recently pulled over by a cop in an unmarked car lets the officer know exactly who is in violation of the law — the judge agreed and threw out the ticket.
No one is immune from financial hardship in this tough economy.
On January 26, 1996, eccentric, crazed and paranoid millionaire John du Pont drove to the home of Olympic gold medalist David Schultz, who lived on du Pont’s estate, and killed him while his horrified wife watched. Armed to the teeth du Pont was able to hold off police for days. Even so his insanity defense failed.
The new disturbing trend of erotic zoos has the Germans poised to reinstate bestiality laws taken off the books in 1969.
Sporting Truck Nutz could get you in trouble, as could breaking these other bizarre laws.
Five sex offenders are suing a California town over a new Halloween ordinance aimed at prohibiting pedophiles from interacting with children on Halloween. The new ordinance prohibits all registered sex offenders from lighting or decorating their homes for Halloween, from opening the door for trick-or-treaters, and requires them to post a sign: No candy or treats at this residence.
Moira Johnston, topless crusader by day, topless dancer at night, hopes to raise awareness about a little-known New York law that permits women to go topless wherever men may, by going shirtless and braless around New York’s downtown.