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Should Bayshore Driver Get a Sentence Reduction After Deadly Crash? January 12, 2022

May 23, 2018 was a truly awful day for two families. A family lost a young mother and her toddler who died after being struck by a car on Bayshore Boulevard. Another family figuratively lost their son after he hit and killed the woman and her daughter.Cameron Herrin, the 18-year-old speeding driver who struck and …

How Much Jail Time Could Parents of Oxford School Shooter Get? December 17, 2021

Another senseless tragedy occurred on November 30 in Michigan at Oxford High School when 15-year-old Ethan Crumbley brought a gun to school and turned it on his classmates, injuring seven and killing four. While many of the details are as familiar and heartbreaking as many other school shootings, there is something different about this case. …

Why Is the Jussie Smollett Case Just Now Making It to Trial? December 7, 2021

It’s been almost three years since the public experienced emotional whiplash as it related to the case of Jussie Smollett. The public went from being disgusted by the alleged hate crime against Smollett to being confused and angry when they learned that Smollett may have planned the whole thing. Three years later, the public has …

How Much Jail Time Faces Electric Scooter Rider Who Hit and Killed a Bicyclist? December 3, 2021

Electric scooters can be found across many major cities. Companies like Lime, Spin, and HOPR place scooters around cities so pedestrians can catch a quick ride. But, most people who hop on an electric scooter probably never think the ride could lead them to manslaughter charges. But, that’s precisely what happened to a 22-year-old after …

Breaking Down the 7 Charges Kyle Rittenhouse Faced at His Trial December 3, 2021

A jury recently made their decision on the multiple charges facing Kyle Rittenhouse, a teenager who shot and killed two people during a protest in Kenosha, Wisconsin. In a case that gained significant public attention, most people now know that Rittenhouse was found not guilty on all charges. But, many are still trying to understand …

Stand Your Ground Changes Have Wide Impact May 22, 2018

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A recent court decision has put the controversial “stand your ground” law back under the microscope. Passed in Florida in 2005, the law changes traditional self-defense guidelines immensely. “Stand your ground” eliminates the responsibility to retreat from dangerous situations and authorizes individuals to forcefully defend themselves to “prevent the commission of a forcible felony.” Since …