Coke Commercial about stealing sips being a FELONY in some states. What does this commercial say about crime in America?Read more »
A new state law is making it a felony to assault a city sanitation worker.Sponsors of the bill say the city's garbage haulers face potential harassment for simply doing their jobs and some have been assaulted.The law provides sanitation workers with the same protection as police officers and firefighters and includes stiffer penalties for those who attack the workers.Governor Andrew Cuomo signed the bill Friday, and it will take effect 30 days from then.Read more »
a man has been charged with two felonies after allegedly pointing his finger at some copsRead more »
Thirty-two-year-old Thomas Mars Willis was sentenced Monday in Steuben County after a jury had found the Detroit native guilty of felony battery by bodily waste.Read more »
On March 1 HR 347 was submitted to the White House for President Obama's signature. The bill passed the Senate by unanimous consent and had only 3 “nays” in the House (42 Representatives did not vote)... H.R. 347 expands current law to make it a crime to enter or remain in an area where an official is visiting even if the person does not know it's illegal to be in that area and has no reason to suspect it's illegal... In addition to making it illegal to unknowingly trespass in an area that has been deemed “restricted” it is now illegal to heckle and possibly even question a “protected” person.Read more »
A Farmington NH man discovers his home has been burglarized. When he discovers a suspect exiting his neighbor's house he holds him at gunpoint until the police arrive but fires a warning shot into the ground. Now he is charged with a class B felony and faces up to 15 years in jail.Read more »
People are breaking laws without intent to break those laws, but persecutors no longer need to prove criminal intent. This article proves beyond a reasonable doubt that the old tenet of "Innocent until proven guilty" no longer applies in the so called "land of the free."Read more »
Proposed revisions to copyright law would make "illegal streaming" of music and video a felony offense and would allow FBI to wiretap those who are suspected of violating copyright law.Read more »
Illinois charges you with a Class I felony for recording cops; it's punishable by 4 to 15 years in prison.Read more »
Illinois makes it a felony for sex offenders to join Facebook.Read more »
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