A Former Lawyer of Martin Shkreli Has Been Convicted of Defrauding a Pharmaceutical Firm

Back in September, Martin Shkreli, CEO of Turing Pharmaceutical, was criminally charged for committing securities fraud and is awaiting sentencing which is expected to occur in January 2018. Shkreli has been named “the most hated man in America”…

“Porch Pirates” Arrested After Stealing Valuable Packages off the Porches of Homes

While the internet has made it easy for individuals to order items such as Christmas gifts online only to receive them on their porch, it also makes it easier for thieves to steal without ever having to enter your home. We have already seen…

Lauderdale Lakes Man Shot and Killed by Deputy After Refusing to Back Down

  There is a thin line that exists between a police officer applying force to protect himself and others and a police officer applying force in a manner that is intended to harm a person with no good reason. Because it is rather difficult…

Michael Slager Has Been Sentenced to 20 Years in Prison for the Murder of Walter Scott

The case involving former police officer Michael Slager has been ongoing for years now, although it has finally come to an end. A federal judge overhearing the case sentenced Slager to 20 years in prison for shooting and killing an unarmed black…

Police Body Cam Footage Captures Night Oklahoma State Senator Caught in Motel Room with Teen

It was during the early morning hours of March 9th when officers knocked on the door of a Super 8 motel room for a welfare check. Officers knocked for several minutes before Ralph Shortey, who at the time held the Oklahoma state senator position,…

19-Year Old Sets Fire to Girlfriend’s Home and Throws the Blame on a “Random Black Guy”

A 19-year-old in Polk County may want to consider looking into hiring a criminal defense attorney immediately after several charges were brought against him for a crime he attempted to blame on someone else. According to WFLA, Jose Bernando…

Chemist Who Ran Drug Tests While Smoking Crack is the Cause of 6,000 Convictions to be Dismissed

Back in 2014, chemist Sonja Farak plead guilty to stealing drugs and tampering with evidence while working at the University of Massachusetts Amherst crime lab. Farak admitted that for eight years, she “consumed both testing and evidence samples…