Visalia Driver Faces DUI Charges After Causing Chaos in 6-Car Crash at Busy Intersection

Visalia, California – In a disturbing turn of events, Shelby Oliver is facing DUI charges after being detained for causing a six-car accident at the intersection of Whitendale Avenue and Mooney Boulevard. The harrowing incident took place on Saturday around 1:00 p.m., leaving a trail of destruction and prompting concerns about intoxicated driving. According to the Visalia Police, the collision involved multiple vehicles and unfolded due to the alleged influence of alcohol. The exact details leading up to the crash remain under investigation. Witnesses at the scene expressed shock and disbelief as they observed the … Read more

Montgomery Judge Seriously Injured in Domestic Incident, Son in Custody with Pending Charges

MONTGOMERY, Ala. – Montgomery Circuit Judge Johnny Hardwick suffered serious injuries in a domestic incident, according to the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office. His son, Khalfani Hardwick, 36, has been placed under arrest with pending charges. Khalfani Hardwick previously pleaded guilty to a second-degree assault charge in 2014, but did not serve any prison time. However, details regarding the current incident are currently unavailable. The circumstances surrounding Judge Hardwick’s injuries and the motive behind the incident remain under investigation. Authorities are working diligently to gather all necessary information to determine what unfolded. This incident has raised … Read more

Case Western Reserve University’s Renowned Legal Expert, Michael Benza, Weighs In on FirstEnergy Bribery Scandal Charges

CLEVELAND (AP) — Michael Benza, a law professor at Case Western Reserve University, recently shed light on the charges brought forward in the FirstEnergy bribery scandal. This scandal, which has shaken the state of Ohio, involves allegations of corrupt conduct by powerful individuals and organizations. Benza’s discussion highlighted the intricate details of this complex case. The charges revolve around alleged bribes paid by FirstEnergy to public officials in order to secure the passage of beneficial legislation. The utility company is accused of funneling millions of dollars through dark money groups and political contributions to influence … Read more

Judge Dismisses Charges Against Accused White Supremacist Group, Citing Selective Prosecution and Free Speech Concerns

SANTA ANA, Calif. — A federal judge in Orange County, California, has dismissed criminal charges for the second time against members of a white supremacist group suspected of inciting violence at political rallies. U.S. District Judge Cormac J. Carney ruled on Wednesday to dismiss charges against Robert Rundo and Robert Boman, who were accused of conspiracy to violate the Anti-Riot Act and rioting. Rundo is believed to be a founding member of Rise Above Movement (RAM), a self-proclaimed white supremacist group. The group has been described as a “combat-ready, militant group of a new nationalist … Read more