Wild Police Pursuit Ends in Hollywood Crash, Driver Faces Judge

MIAMI, Florida – A driver appeared before a judge after leading police on a high-speed pursuit that ended in a crash in Hollywood during rush hour. Jacqueline Marie Mason, 34, was in court on Saturday morning, where Miami-Dade Circuit Judge Carmen R. Cabarga set her bond at $8,000. Mason is facing charges of fleeing at a high speed and resisting an officer. The incident occurred on Friday when troopers from the Florida Highway Patrol attempted to stop Mason for reckless driving on Interstate 95 in Northwest Miami-Dade. However, she refused to stop and continued to … Read more

Attorney’s Wild Closing Argument Compares Oxford Mass Shooting to Children’s Kitchen Knife Scenarios

Pontiac, Michigan – In a landmark case, Jennifer Crumbley’s attorney delivered a passionate closing argument on Friday, comparing the Oxford mass shooting to hypothetical scenarios of children killing people with kitchen knives. Attorney Shannon Smith made the argument to the jury for over an hour, drawing connections between Crumbley’s home life and her own experiences. She humanized her client, acknowledging that she too, as a lawyer, can become confused when faced with new information. The wide-ranging closing argument also touched on the charge of involuntary manslaughter against Crumbley. Smith drew a parallel between Crumbley potentially … Read more

Legal Experts Critique Trump’s ‘Desperate’ Attempt to Have D.C. Jury Hear Lawsuit, Calling Claims ‘Wild and Irrational’

Legal experts are criticizing what they see as President Trump’s desire for a Washington, D.C., jury to hear his case, calling it “wild and irrational claims.” Trump’s legal team has argued in court that he should be allowed to face a jury trial in the nation’s capital, despite him being a former president. This move has been met with skepticism from legal experts who argue that it is a desperate attempt to find a sympathetic jury. The idea of a D.C. jury hearing Trump’s case stems from a defamation lawsuit brought against him by former … Read more