12Sep 2015

Tennessee Legal Opinion is Latest Entry in Police Shooting Controversy

According to a legal opinion from Tennessee Attorney General Herbert Slatery, the Memphis City Council cannot subpoena the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation’s records over the shooting of Darrius Stewart in July.

The opinion which was made public last week and dated august 25, received attention statewide due […]

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12Sep 2015
Sep 12, 2015

Criminals with access to Facebook in Georgia’s toughest prisons

Despite the fact that it is serious, it is unbelievable to many people.

Shawn Mosley, also known as “Juice”, has spent most of his adult life behind bars. Currently he is serving a 15-year sentence for possession of drugs with intent to distribute and aggravated assault. Unlike […]

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12Sep 2015
Sep 12, 2015

Georgia Tackles Changing Behavior of Repeat DUI Offenders

Georgia Tackles Changing Behavior of Repeat DUI Offenders
It is good news as judges across the country are working hard to make long-term changes in how people conduct themselves while driving, considering that it is an important factor in a problem that has been difficult to deal […]

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12Sep 2015
Sep 12, 2015

Hall County to Debut New Correctional Facility

After about a year of construction, a new home for the correctional institute of Hall County is close to completion. Since 2013, plans to renovate or reconstruct the building have been going on, and now the new facility is scheduled to open in late November, said Walt Davis […]

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