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June 2013 Archives

Texas woman faces felony charge for alleged rock assault

Everyone is capable of losing their temper. However, most people are able to restrain themselves from committing any criminal act as a way to vent their anger. Texas police have alleged that a woman failed to exercise the proper restraint while at a dog park and, as a result, she now faces a felony charge for an alleged assault.

Texas woman faces felony charge for alleged rock assault

Everyone is capable of losing their temper. However, most people are able to restrain themselves from committing any criminal act as a way to vent their anger. Texas police have alleged that a woman failed to exercise the proper restraint while at a dog park and, as a result, she now faces a felony charge for an alleged assault.

Actress arrested on felony charge of threats to the president

Can you figure out why a pregnant actress with five kids would want to send ricin-laden letters to a mayor of a big city and to the President of the United States? That question may still be wracking the minds of federal investigators even after arresting a Texas actress on a felony charge of threatening the president. The 35-year-old New Boston woman was arraigned in a Texarkana courtroom on federal crime charges of mailing a threatening letter to the president.

Actress arrested on felony charge of threats to the president

Can you figure out why a pregnant actress with five kids would want to send ricin-laden letters to a mayor of a big city and to the President of the United States? That question may still be wracking the minds of federal investigators even after arresting a Texas actress on a felony charge of threatening the president. The 35-year-old New Boston woman was arraigned in a Texarkana courtroom on federal crime charges of mailing a threatening letter to the president.

Supreme Court: OK to secure DNA samples from arrestees

Earlier this week, the Supreme Court of the United States handed down a very important decision in Maryland v. King, a case examining the legality of those laws calling for DNA samples to be collected via cheek swab from those arrested for "serious" offenses.

Supreme Court: OK to secure DNA samples from arrestees

Earlier this week, the Supreme Court of the United States handed down a very important decision in Maryland v. King, a case examining the legality of those laws calling for DNA samples to be collected via cheek swab from those arrested for "serious" offenses.