TV Judge Joe Brown Goes To Jail
By September 4, 2015 0 Comments Read More →

TV Judge Joe Brown Goes To Jail

Popular TV Court Judge Joe Brown recently spent five days in a Memphis, Tennessee jail on a contempt of court charge. The former Shelby County (TN) Criminal Court Judge had a hit TV show on CBS—Judge Joe Brown— from 1998 to 2013.  Judge Brown’s court troubles began in March, 2014, when he appeared in Juvenile […]

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“Cheaters” Sue The Website That Helps Cheaters
By September 2, 2015 0 Comments Read More →

“Cheaters” Sue The Website That Helps Cheaters

Registered users in six U.S states are suing Ashley Madison, the website that facilitates extra-marital affairs. Among other things, they seek class-action status to represent the estimated 37 million registered users of Ashley Madison, all of whom had personal information posted on the Internet.  AshleyMadison.com is a Canada-based online dating service with users world-wide. It […]

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Same-Sex Couples Sue To Have Spouses’ Names on Birth Certificates

Same-Sex Couples Sue To Have Spouses’ Names on Birth Certificates

 Three married same-sex couples have sued the state of Florida because hospitals are not allowed to list both same-sex parents on birth certificates. Equality Florida, an advocate for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people, is also a plaintiff in the lawsuit.  The Florida Surgeon General and the Florida Department of Health Registrar are being sued, […]

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An Army “First”: Women Complete Ranger School

An Army “First”: Women Complete Ranger School

Two women completed the Army’s elite Ranger School training and were graduated with 94 males. The “G.I. Janes” have earned the right to wear the coveted black and gold Ranger tabs on their uniforms.  Captain Kristen Griest, 26,  and 1st Lt. Shaye Haver, 25, are the first women to pass the grueling combat training of […]

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Alabama Cities Terminate Contracts With Company That Extorted The Poor

Alabama Cities Terminate Contracts With Company That Extorted The Poor

Over 50 municipalities in Alabama have terminated their contracts with a private “probation” company that charged illegal fees and threatened poor Alabama citizens with jail if they did not pay minor traffic fines and the company’s fees.  The Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) sued the city of Clanton, Alabama and its contractor Judicial Correction Services […]

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