Intense Preparations Begin as Karen Read’s Murder Trial Looms: Last-Minute Motions and Jury Selection Raise the Stakes

DEDMHAM, MASSACHUSETTS – The upcoming murder trial of Karen Read, who stands accused of killing her police officer boyfriend, has attracted significant public attention. Attorneys on both sides are now in the midst of final preparations before the trial begins in a matter of days. As jury selection is set to commence on April 16, Judge Beverly Cannone is expected to address approximately 40 motions put forth by the prosecution and defense on Friday. Some of the motions raised in the case come as no surprise, given the high stakes involved. Attorney Katherine Loftus predicts … Read more

Former President Trump Makes Second Attempt to Recuse Hush Money Judge as Trial Looms

Washington, D.C. – Former President Trump has requested that the judge overseeing his hush money trial recuse himself due to his daughter’s involvement with a digital marketing firm that has worked with prominent Democrats. The trial is set to begin in less than two weeks. Last summer, Justice Juan Merchan had rejected a previous motion for recusal, which also mentioned his daughter’s employment. Trump’s latest attempt for recusal comes after the judge imposed restrictions on his public statements regarding the judge’s daughter and others. Judge Merchan has also expressed frustration with Trump’s last-minute efforts to … Read more

Limo Lawsuit Looms: Kodak Black Faces $618K Legal Battle as Debt Dispute Rages On

QUEENS, NY – Rapper Kodak Black is currently embroiled in a legal battle with a limousine company based in Queens, NY. I&D Concierge is suing the rapper for allegedly owing them over $600,000 in transportation service fees. According to court documents obtained by HipHopDX, the company claims that between September 2018 and December 2023, Kodak accumulated monthly bills ranging from $150,000 to $200,000. In response to the lawsuit, Bradford Cohen, Kodak’s attorney, argues that I&D took advantage of his client during a difficult period in his life. Cohen asserts that the company exploited Kodak when … Read more

Trucking Giant Pride Group Seeks Bankruptcy Protection as $100 Million Lawsuit Looms

Mississauga, Ontario – Pride Group, one of Canada’s largest trucking carriers, has filed for bankruptcy protection following a lawsuit from lender Mitsubishi HC Capital America. The lawsuit seeks $100 million. Pride Group submitted the creditor protection filing on Thursday, invoking the Companies’ Creditors Arrangement Act (CCAA) in Canada. Under the CCAA, the company receives a stay of proceedings for at least 10 days. In a news release, Pride Group stated that the CCAA proceedings and seeking recognition under Chapter 15 cases would enable them to continue operations, stabilize their business, establish governance controls and monitoring, … Read more