Dothan Man Faces Trial for Allegedly Killing Friend, Case Headed to Houston County Grand Jury

DOTHAN, Ala. – The case of a Dothan man accused of murdering his friend in 2021 has now been forwarded to a grand jury in Houston County. Ty’Shauwn Bryant appeared before a judge on Friday morning for a preliminary hearing. The charges are related to the killing of Imari Glanton. On October 1, 2021, the Dothan Police Department received a report of a firearm assault in the 700 block of Monroe Street. Imari Glanton, 22, was found dead at the scene from multiple gunshot wounds. Initially, witnesses were hesitant to testify due to fear for … Read more

Tragedy Strikes: Huntsville Mother Indicted by Grand Jury for Allegedly Drowning 2-Year-Old Daughter – A Heartbreaking Legal Development

Huntsville, Alabama – A woman from Huntsville has been indicted by a grand jury for allegedly drowning her 2-year-old daughter. The incident occurred on February 3rd, 2024 and has left the community in shock. The accused woman, whose name has been withheld to protect the identity of the child, now faces charges of first-degree murder and child endangerment. The grand jury’s decision to indict her signifies that they believe there is sufficient evidence to proceed with a trial. Authorities have not released details about the circumstances surrounding the toddler’s death or any possible motives for … Read more

Montreal Parents File $1.5M Lawsuit After Teacher Allegedly Sells Students’ Artwork Online

Montreal, Canada – A group of parents from Westwood Junior High School in Saint-Lazare, Quebec, have filed a lawsuit against an art teacher and the Lester B. Pearson School Board for alleged copyright infringement. The lawsuit comes after students discovered their classroom artwork being sold on the teacher’s personal website. The parents are seeking $1.575 million in damages and punitive damages, with each plaintiff asking for $155,000. The incident has had a significant impact on the students involved, with one parent stating that her daughter no longer wants to pursue a career in art because … Read more

Attorney Arrested for Allegedly Tampering with Voting Machines in 2020 Election, Claims to Uphold Constitution

Detroit, Michigan – Stefanie Lambert, a lawyer representing ex-Overstock CEO Patrick Byrne in a defamation lawsuit brought by Dominion Voting Systems, was arrested after a hearing on Monday. Lambert is facing charges of tampering with voting machines in the 2020 presidential election, a separate case unrelated to the defamation lawsuit. The arrest came after Lambert allegedly breached a confidentiality order by providing information from the defamation lawsuit to law enforcement, as claimed by Dominion’s attorneys in a court filing on March 13. Lambert has denied the allegation and maintained that she was acting to uphold … Read more