A Minnesota man who was bailed out twice by the Minnesota Freedom Fund has been arrested again and is now facing charges for alleged possession of firearms and a controlled substance.
New charges: Thomas Moseley, 29, was arrested for the third time on Jan. 27 and is facing three new felony counts of fifth-degree possession of a controlled substance while in possession of a firearm, according to the Hennepin County Attorney’s Office via Fox News.
Two men have been convicted in the manslaughter of 39 Vietnamese migrants who were smuggled to the U.K. in a refrigerated trailer last year.
The victims, aged 15 to 44, initially thought to be Chinese, suffocated to death after being sealed in the unit for at least 12 hours, with temperatures reaching an “unbearable” 38.5 degrees Celsius (101 degrees Fahrenheit).
A man in Kansas is hoping to settle a dispute with his ex-wife by challenging her to a “trial by combat” using Japanese swords.
David Ostrom, 40, has made an official request to the Iowa District Court in Shelby County to allow his motion for trial by combat, reports the Des Moines Register.
An Indian woman scheduled to attend a court hearing as a plaintiff of a rape case has died after a group of five men — including two of her alleged rapists — set her on fire.
The woman, who claimed to have been raped last December, was about to board a train in the district of Unnao, state of Uttar Pradesh on Thursday when the group doused her in kerosene then set her on fire.
To call Chief Justice Tani Cantil-Sakauye a badass would be an understatement.
Born and raised in a Filipino American household in Sacramento, California, the second woman and first Asian American to lead the State Supreme Court has had a fascinating job history before her phenomenal judicial career.
The Supreme Court of British Columbia ruled that four Indo-Canadian sisters must inherit a much larger proportion of their parents’ estate, demonstrating the law’s power over traditional values.
In their parents’ original will, each of the sisters would have only received C$150,000 (US$114,000) from a C$9 million (US$ 6.8 million) estate, or a minuscule 1.7% of the total.
A retired U.S. Marine captain who was previously sentenced to 210 years behind bars for raping young Cambodian girls in the early 2000s might still be able to taste freedom.
Michael Joseph Pepe, 65, was arrested in June 2006 for illegal sex acts involving seven girls aged 9 to 12 in Phnom Penh.
A court in northwestern China ruled in favor of a customer who sued a supermarket for short-changing him out of 0.04 yuan ($0.006).
The plaintiff, surnamed Xiao, claimed that he was not given enough change while checking out at a branch of Yonghui Superstores.
A judge in Los Angeles ordered federal immigration officials to temporarily halt any surprise raids on Cambodian immigrants living in the U.S. with deportation orders.
Otto Warmbier’s parents are demanding $1.1 billion from North Korea in compensation for their son’s death.
Warmbier was arrested for allegedly stealing a propaganda poster in January 2016. Originally sentenced to 15 years of hard labor, he returned to the U.S. in a coma and died later in June 2017.
Troubled couples who end up filing for divorce often do so due to infidelity, financial matters, lack of intimacy and abuse among other things.
Such reasons are often deemed by courts to be a very valid basis for granting a couple’s dissolution of marriage in many parts of the world.
EXCLUSIVE: Lil Tay’s Father Accused of Inappropriate Nudity, Abuse and Child Neglect in Court Documents
Infamous child star Lil Tay is back in the spotlight after recent allegations of child abuse against her father surfaced.
NextShark exclusively obtained the official statements that reveal details of this alleged abuse which involves inappropriate nudity, locking the child in a dark closet, forcing Lil Tay to watch gruesome horror movies and neglecting to feed her. We have confirmed that the email we received, along with the official court orders, affidavits, and other documents regarding the detailed accounts of this abuse have come directly from Lil Tay’s family and official management team.