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TSA Officers Arrested on Drug Charges
Federal prosecutors in Connecticut say a state trooper, a police officer and three Transportation Security Administration officers based at airports have been arrested on charges of conspiracy to distribute tens of thousands of highly addictive painkiller pills.
Man Sues White Castle Over Booth Size
Normally a lawsuit involving a fast food chain and a patron has something to do with the food. In the case of Martin Kessman versus White Castle the main complaint by Mr. Kessman is that the restaurant’s booths aren’t big enough. Online Dish explains how his local Whi…
Arizona Now Charges People $25 to Visit Prison Inmates
New legislation in Arizona allows the state’s Department of Corrections to impose a one-time “background check fee” of $25 on adults wishing to visit inmates at any of its 15 facilities.
Needless to say, families and prisoner advocacy groups are not happy, …
Rusk County Woman Gets 58 Years in Prison for Drunk Driving
At least 12 people in Rusk County have decided to get tough with drunk drivers.  A jury in Henderson has sentenced a Lindale woman to 58 years in prison, after finding her guilty of driving while intoxicated under the influence of several drugs.  It was her fourth DWI conviction.
Teneha “Police Trap” is History
At long last, it appears that law and order is breaking out in the small town of Teneha in Shelby County.  A number of lawsuits against Teneha and Shelby County officials have been certified as "Class Action."
This means any person who has been victimized by Teneha police can b…
Should Schools Treat Misbehaving Kids Like Criminals?
Texas has a reputation for being tough on criminals.  It's known around the world for having the busiest "Death Row" in the United States.  Now, for better or worse, Texas is also known for treating young school children like criminals.

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