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    Former President Donald Trump’s family business is facing potential new legal woes in Westchester after the District Attorney’s Office subpoenaed records from his golf club. First reported by the New York Times, Westchester County District Attorney Mimi Rocah’s office has started examining the financial dealings at the Briarcliff Manor golf club, subpoenaing records from the course, Trump National Golf...
    Rep. Charlie CristCharles (Charlie) Joseph CristDeSantis tops Crist, Fried in poll of Florida governor race Budowsky: Newsom soars while Trump, Abbott, DeSantis ratings lag Democrats face bleak outlook in Florida MORE (D-Fla.) on Thursday said that he would expunge criminal records of those facing certain marijuana-related charges and legalize the drug if he is elected the governor of Florida. “Let me be clear,...
    Sponsored Content If you need to verify someone’s identity fast, consider using a background check service. Background check sites can reveal valuable insight into someone’s past – like criminal history, secret social media accounts, address history, court records, and even property records. All you need is the individual’s name, email address, or phone number, and the background check service...
    PINOLE — A city policeman resigned last June after Contra Costa authorities started investigating him for allegedly secretly filming sex with women and sharing the videos, investigators said in court records. The ex-officer, Anthony Vasquez, remains under investigation by the Contra Costa District Attorney’s office for allegedly sharing videos of himself and two women having sex in his East Bay...
    THOUSANDS of criminals are to have their records wiped clean to try to help them get jobs. Felons who have served more than four years in jail will no longer have to inform future bosses about past offences under Government plans. 1Criminals are to have their records wiped clean to try to help them get jobs under Government plans Currently,...
    by Todd Feurer, CBS Chicago web producer CHICAGO (CBS) — A year after recommending sweeping changes to the Chicago Police Department’s records management system in court cases, the city’s top watchdog said Thursday that CPD has taken “almost no corrective actions,” and is still at “very serious risk” of having criminal convictions thrown out, or facing significant liability in civil...
    Sponsored Content If you need to dig up information on someone fast, consider using a background check service. You would be surprised how easy it is to uncover an impressive amount of unknown information on the person – such as criminal records, court records, secret social media accounts, previous phone numbers, address history, arrest records, and much more. There...
    LAS VEGAS — One of the Bay Area’s best-known rappers who’s also known as an anti-violence spokesman is out on bail while facing federal charges of attempting to illegally acquire firearms in Las Vegas. Philthy Rich, whose given name is Phillip Beasley, was charged in late July with conspiracy to make false statements in acquisition of a firearm, as well...
    An Orange County woman who gained notoriety for an online video in which she professed her affection for the far-right extremist Proud Boys made her first court appearance this week on charges related to her alleged role in the Jan. 6 riot in Washington D.C.. Stephanie Baez, an Orange resident, pleaded not guilty Monday to federal criminal charges that included...
                        A shocking report released by the U.S. District Attorney’s Office for the District of Arizona shows that 73 percent of illegal aliens who were arrested for illegal reentry into the United States in June have prior criminal records here. According to the report, “241 individuals were charged in...
    Garfield police captured a Paterson native who they said assaulted a former girlfriend, damaged her property and then fled after she kicked him in the groin. Officers Daniel Drazek and Isaac Perez found Shakar Bragg, 33, near the corner of Lanza Avenue and Davision Street following last week's incident, Capt. Richard Uram said. Bragg, who was out of breath and...
    OAKLAND — A superior court judge briefly threatened Alameda County Sheriff Gregory Ahern with possible “jail sentence, community service, and fine” after his office failed to answer a subpoena for confidential records related to a suspected homicide in the jail, court records show. The issue was settled last January, a month after Alameda County Superior Court Judge Thomas Nixon issued...
    A gangbanger out on bail for a firearms bust allegedly exchanged gunfire with a rival in Manhattan — forcing a family to take cover in their apartment when a stray bullet smashed through their window, police sources said. The Amsterdam Avenue resident and her two children managed to take cover and escape harm as Joshua Moreno, 20, allegedly fired off...
    So the homeowner already was on edge that same night when he noticed headlights in his driveway, Lt. Gary Hallenbeck of the Yolo County Sheriff's Office told the station.What happened next?This Second Amendment practitioner was not left out in the cold after one gun was taken from his house — he had another one at the ready. And with the...
    The Tennessee parents of Summer Wells, the 5-year-old girl who went missing from her family’s rural home just over two weeks ago, each have criminal records in other states, court documents show. Don Wells, Summer's father, has been convicted of multiple violent felonies and served prison time for convictions involving drugs and burglaries in Arkansas, Utah and Texas. In the...
    Florida Gov. Ron DeSantisRon DeSantisGOP mega-donor funding deployment of South Dakota troops to border Royal Caribbean cruises out of Florida to require unvaccinated passengers buy travel insurance Noem to send 50 South Dakota National Guard troops to Texas border MORE (R) vetoed a bill on Tuesday that would have allowed juveniles the ability to have their criminal records removed after...
    New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy (D) on Friday signed into law legislation preventing landlords from requesting a person’s criminal history on housing applications.  The governor signed the bill, called the “Fair Chance in Housing Act,” during a ceremony commemorating the first state and national observance of Juneteenth, the day marking when news of slavery’s end reached Texas in 1865, nearly...
    SAN FRANCISCO — A federal judge handed down a 366-day federal prison term for a Bay Area man who was arrested with a stolen pistol and a 75-round magazine at the site of an East Palo Alto music video shoot, court records show. Ronson Holland-Walton, 26, of Stockton, was sentenced Thursday by U.S. District Judge Susan Illston, court records show....
    New Yorkers would have their criminal records automatically sealed and avoid jail time for non-violent parole violations under bills that moved through the state Legislature Thursday. The state Senate and Assembly passed the Less is More Act as state lawmakers wrapped up the end of the legislative session. The act would largely eliminate the practice of incarcerating people for technical...
    A longtime New Jersey police officer has been jailed on sex crime and misconduct allegations that came to light after a social media post called him a "perv," authorities said. Phillipsburg Police officer William Lance, 50, was arrested Tuesday after a social media post made by a resident stated, "Officer Lance is A PERV” and asked viewers to "share" their...
    WARREN (CBS) — We’re learning more about the criminal history of the man who is now a person of interest in the murder of Molly Bish. Court documents show Frank Sumner was facing criminal charges before he died, including failing to register as a sex offender, making threats, disorderly conduct and harassment. READ MORE: New Englands Success Against COVID-19 Could...
    More On: criminal justice reforms De Blasio backs rogue judge who tried to jail alleged NYC synagogue vandal Jamie Dimon launching coalition that aims to boost hiring of ex-cons New York’s bail laws keep putting criminals back out on the street Anti-anti-crime policies harm the most vulnerable New Yorkers Many states have so-called clean-slate laws. Second chances allow those...
    A southern California city agreed to settle in a case against two citizen bloggers accused of publishing confidential city hall documents, including police misconduct records, obtained without permission.  The city of Fullerton, located in Orange County, agreed to pay $350,000 and issue a public apology on its website to Joshua Ferguson and David Curlee, who ran the local blog "Friends...
    Employees outside Nehemiah Manufacturing's Cincinnati offices.Source: Nehemiah Manufacturing At the age of 56, Franklin Comer is proudly working at his first job. Comer is approaching his one-year anniversary at Nehemiah Manufacturing in Cincinnati, after serving more than 33 years in prison for aggravated robbery and murder. "Throughout the whole incarceration, one of the first things that was most important to...
    Thousands of criminal illegal aliens, including those convicted of homicide and sex crimes, may evade deportation as internal records reveal that President Joe Biden’s Department of Homeland Security (DHS) does not classify them as “priority” for immigration enforcement. Internal DHS records, obtained by Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich, show that thousands of criminal illegal aliens in Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE)...
    President Joe Biden’s Department of Homeland Security (DHS) was fully aware that their “sanctuary country” orders would likely free criminal illegal aliens into the United States but issued the orders anyway, new internal records detail. The records, obtained by Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich (R) thanks to his and Montana’s lawsuit against the Biden administration, reveal top DHS officials understood criminal...
    RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — A bill in the Virginia legislature allowing the public access to limited criminal investigation records will go into effect in July, along with a handful of other bills related to government transparency. Del. Chris Hurst, D-Blacksburg, a former television reporter, introduced House Bill 2004. The bill requires files related to non-ongoing criminal investigations be released under...
    Prosecutors in Manhattan on Thursday took multiple boxes of information from the home of the former daughter-in-law of top Trump Organization exec Allen Weisselberg – in the latest sign they are focusing the company's chief financial officer. Jennifer Weisselberg, who used to be married to the executives son Barry, also a Trump Organization employee, delivered the materials outside of her...
    A 64-year-old ex-con with decades of small-time arrests and convictions on his record was charged with stealing tires from a Maywood business. As in many of his arrests over the years, North Bergen native Fred Worthington was released after borough Detective Christopher Nichols quickly tied him to the West Central Avenue crime. He charged Worthington with theft, conspiracy and possession...
    CHICAGO (WLS) -- Women of color looking to launch a business have been lacking resources, and citizens with criminal records have struggled to join the work force.WATCH: Our Chicago Part 1EMBED More News Videos It has been historically difficult for women of color to have access to resources for businesses, according to Abigail Ingram, Women in Entrepreneurship Institute director. Black...
    (CNN)Two related pieces of legislation -- one which legalizes recreational cannabis for adults 21 and older in New Mexico and the second which expunges arrest and conviction records for some cannabis offenses -- are heading to the governor's desk after gaining lawmakers' approval.Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham praised the bills, saying they would bolster the economy and help those who have...
    Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus R. Vance Jr.Jeenah Moon | Getty Images Prosecutors in Manhattan have subpoenaed Trump Organization CFO Allen Weisselberg's personal bank records, The New York Times reported Wednesday. The prosecutors, who are conducting a sweeping probe surrounding Donald Trump and his company, are also questioning gifts that Weisselberg and his family received from the former president, according to...
    REDDING, Calif. (KGO) -- A former state utilities commissioner says PG&E should be investigated for possible obstruction charges - again.Catherine Sandoval has accused the utility of hiding a crucial analysis of what started last year's Zogg Fire in Shasta County.RELATED: PG&E restores power to 220K customers impacted by California's grid operator-directed outagesFire investigators blamed a PG&E power line for sparking...
    The French branch of Swedish furniture retailer Ikea has gone on trial accused of using a network of private detectives and police to spy on staff.  Ikea executives and store managers were among 15 people on trial today in Versailles accused of illegally snooping on the private lives and criminal records of hundreds of current staff and potential new-hires. The...
    Reuters March 22, 2021 0 Comments Investigators in a criminal probe of former U.S. President Donald Trump’s real-estate business are combing through millions of pages of newly acquired records with an eye toward identifying witnesses who can bring the documents to life for a jury, say two people familiar with the probe. Some of the case’s key figures are...
    Oakland paid $13.4 million to outside law firms defending the city against the Ghost Ship warehouse fire civil lawsuit, newly released documents show. The legal fees, contained in billings obtained by this news organization through a Public Records Act request, are on top of the $33 million settlement with families of the 36 people killed, a badly injured survivor and...
    TINDER is getting a new feature that will let users background check a potential date. All Match Group-owned apps in the US will be getting a similar safety feature. 2The feature is being added to try and improve user safetyCredit: Alamy Match Groups owns the dating apps Hinge, Tinder, Match and OkCupid. The company recently revealed its made a deal...
    ALMOST 450 sex offenders — including rapists and paedophiles — escaped serious punishment last year after apologising to victims. They avoided getting criminal records after the police and the Crown Prosecution Service agreed to let them take part in community resolution. 2450 sex offenders escaped serious punishment last year after apologising to victimsCredit: Alamy This involves the guilty party admitting...
    LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- California lawmakers are pushing new efforts to largely expunge or seal criminal records for those who have completed their sentences - to help people who are trying to re-enter society.A group of state senators joined justice reform advocates to introduce SB 731 during a Zoom webinar on Wednesday.Proponents say the groundbreaking piece of legislation would effectively...
    California Congresswoman Maxine Waters (above) and her also-Democratic colleague introduced the Workforce Justice Act just hours before the House of Representatives voted on the George Floyd Justice in Policing Act. (Photo by Rich Fury/Getty Images) Loading the player... Longtime California congresswoman Maxine Waters and her also-Democratic colleague, Maryland’s David Trone, introduced the Workforce Justice Act on Wednesday hours before...
    ANTIOCH — Federal prosecutors have filed a felony gun case against an Antioch man who was allegedly found with a pistol after an “altercation” with an officer that included getting bit by a police K9, court records show. Richard Jobe, 35, faces up to 10 years in prison and a $250,000 fine if convicted. He was charged this week, but...
    LIVERMORE — Federal prosecutors have charged a man with possession with intent to distribute a controlled substance in connection with a late February traffic stop in which officers allegedly uncovered 133 pounds of methamphetamine, court records show. Norberto Terriquez Hernandez, 28, faces a maximum of 40 years in prison and a $5 million fine if convicted, according to court records....
    A Bloomberg journalist who has seen Donald Trump's tax returns has claimed that people within the former president's organization may flip and turn against him during an inquiry by the Manhattan District Attorney. On Thursday, D.A. Cy Vance's office revealed it had received 'millions of pages' of Trump's tax returns and financial records after a Supreme Court ruling refused an...
    RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — Virginia lawmakers have approved legislation to allow people convicted of certain crimes to have their criminal records sealed. Supporters say the bill will help remove obstacles to obtaining jobs, housing, and education for thousands of Virginians. The legislation will set up a system for automatically sealing nine misdemeanor charges after seven years if the person isn’t...
    By DENISE LAVOIE, Associated Press RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — Virginia lawmakers gave final approval Friday to legislation that will allow people convicted of certain crimes to have their criminal records sealed, a move supporters say will help remove obstacles to obtaining jobs, housing, education and other opportunities for thousands of Virginians. The legislation will set up a system for automatically...
    (CNN)After 17 months and two trips to the US Supreme Court, the Manhattan district attorney's criminal investigation into former President Donald Trump's business has received a significant boost with investigators now able to pour over Trump's tax returns and financial records. The district attorney's office, led by Cyrus Vance, is expected to have access to the records within the next...
    The Colorado man charged with murdering his 18-year-old ex-girlfriend in a parking lot while with friends had a criminal history, including for violence -- and was arrested just weeks prior for second-degree assault, officials records show.   Stephen McNeil, 20, was charged Feb. 7 with first-degree murder, domestic violence, violation of a protection order and violation of bail conditions in connection...
    Donald TrumpAndrew Harrer | Bloomberg | Getty Images Former President Donald Trump might have easily avoided conviction at his second impeachment trial — but he could find it a lot tougher to beat the several serious criminal and civil probes that he now faces. And at least one of those investigations carries the potential for Trump to be sent to...
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