The Federal government last week announced penalties against two Chinese companies they say assisted the government of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (North Korea) in evading international sanctions.
A licensed clinical social worker in Louisiana pled guilty last week to his involvement in an attempt at defrauding Medicaid of over $1.8 million in false claims.
Murders take place for many reasons, some of which don't make much sense. In the heat of the moment, people often take steps they wouldn't otherwise, though. Prosecutors are seeking the death penalty in a case involving a Florida man who is accused of killing his roommate. The 22-year-old man was charged in Nov. 2018 for the death of the 24-year-old roommate who had allegedly stolen his PlayStation console.
A 15-year-old policy of terminating employees of the Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office who are arrested for driving under the influence may cost the niece of a former chief deputy her job as a crime scene investigator.
Last week the Federal government announced sanctions against six Russian individuals and eight entities it says are involved in various acts of aggression against the people of Ukraine.
In an historic verdict, a now-former Florida police officer was convicted last week of manslaughter and attempted murder for the fatal shooting of a stranded motorist in 2015.
A Pennsylvania woman pled guilty last week to Federal charges that she intentionally disclosed medical information of another for the purpose of embarrassing them.
The alleged theft of a leaf blower led to a car chase, a shooting, and attempted murder charges against a 42-year-old New Port Richey man last week.
Health care in the United States is expensive. This can be made worse by those who choose to file false claims for medical services that never took place or that didn't need to take place.
A Port Richey man is facing drunk driving charges after authorities say he ran over a toddler with his motorcycle and subsequently left the scene.