Cesar Sayoc, the person accused of sending pipe bombs to foes of President Trump, has been indicted on 30 federal counts associated with using the U.S. Mail to send weapons of mass destruction, and threatening interstate commerce. The indictment claims Sayoc mailed 16 bombs to various addresses throughout the country, listing in detail five of…

Johnson County, Indianapolis is doing its part to fight the war on drugs, using over 200 officers from over 10 counties to arrest 120 methamphetamine, cocaine, and heroin dealers wanted on felony charges. Making good on its promise the last time they reeled in 63 offenders, Prosecutor Bradley Cooper said, “if you are going to…

Michigan, Missouri, and Utah all added their names to the list of states that have legalized marijuana, to some degree. While Missouri and Utah approved initiatives to allow medical marijuana, Michigan became the first Midwest state to legalize recreational marijuana use. Not only that, but more local decriminalization measures were successful as well. Here’s a…

The jury has been seated for El Chapo’s long awaited drug trafficking and conspiracy trial, set to begin next week in a Brooklyn federal court room. During the summer, over a thousand people received questionnaires, kicking off the beginning of jury selection. The week began with a field of 74 potential jurors, and in two…

Around 40 plaintiffs have sued the Lewis & Clark County detention center for unlawful strip searches under the Fourth Amendment to the US Constitution. At the heart of the claim is not only the way the searches were conducted, but on whom. Many of these plaintiffs claim that these searches were not based on reasonable…

The Carolinas are still reeling in the aftermath of Hurricane Florence, but some residents are feeling it more than others. Dazia Ideah Lee literally lost her one-year-old son, Kaiden Lee-Welch. And now she is being charged with involuntary manslaughter. Mother’s Son Killed by Flood Tides On September 16, 2018, Lee-Welch was trying to escape from…

Whether it’s the midterms or the presidential election, the importance of election day can’t be underestimated. There’s always a lot riding on the votes that are cast. But you may have also heard a little about registration requirements, voter ID laws, and something called “illegal voting.” When is it actually illegal to cast a ballot,…

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