Local Fox News legal analyst Robin Sax used a rather unfortunate idiom while analyzing the Jerry Sandusky case on KTTV on Tuesday.
Sandusky, the d...
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All of these million dollar questions make one ask, who is going to be on trial anyway -- Michael Jackson or Conrad Murray?
For over a week I have been agonizing if I should publicly write about a movie premier I recently attended: Middle Men. You can imagine my trepidatio...
SAN FRANCISCO � A woman who has a restraining order against the man who falsely claimed to have murdered JonBenet Ramsey said Wednesday the former s...
Today I want to ignite a nationwide manhunt. This guy has got to be located and stopped!
I'm sure you remember him: John Mark Karr, the slight, f...
While playing Mary Jones in the movie, Precious, Mo'Nique decided to go public with some very private pain and disclosed molestation in her own life.
A psychiatrist concluded that Elizabeth Smart's kidnapper's disorders include psychopathy, pedophilia, narcissism, and "malingering" -- faking psychological symptoms to avoid criminal prosecution.
After perusing dozens of media outlets, I'd like to remind you specifically of 12 crime stories -- one for every juror on a panel -- from 2009 (plus one for good luck!).
There have been hundreds of cases and media stories about sexual assault in schools -- but apparently, even the most open-minded, loving people in Los Angeles still don't get it.
Why aren't there better security measures to keep people safe while using ATMs? This issue has been around for at least two decades, but little progress has been made.
If just one child is saved from a sexual assault, a kidnap or a murder because of registration, then we have protected that child.
Why do we assume that this is really an "overseas" issue?
If anything should be explored about the state of the law relating to sex offenders, it's the huge issue of a lack of prosecution--not too much of it, as the Economist asserts.
I am here to give you the down-low on my departure from the DA's office. And for those of you who know my style of "telling it like it is," I will not disappoint you now.
OJ is going back to his first ploy: it's one of the oldest trial advocacy tricks in the books: if the law is on your side; argue the law; if nothing is on your side, argue... race!
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