Charles Moore is being charged with murder after police caused his car to flip over in order to stop a high speed pursuit, but are the officers just as responsible for the 12 year old passenger’s death as the driver?
There are many crimes that can result in a temporary license suspension, including drunk driving, many juvenile crimes, violating the implied consent law, reckless driving, joyriding and more. What most people don’t know is that there are also some crimes that can result in a lifetime license revocation of your Class A, B or C […]
Drunk driving is one of the most commonly committed crimes in America and celebrities are just as likely to drive drunk as the general populace. While you may feel all alone when you have been accused of driving under the influence, it’s important to remember that many people (including some of the most famous people […]
Maybe it’s because of Hollywood or maybe it’s just because California loves Halloween more than others, but California’s mask laws are pretty relaxed overall. In fact, whereas some states only allow people under 16 to wear masks and others ban their use outside of October, wearing a mask in public is legal in California for […]
When you’ve done something wrong or believe someone has accused you of doing something wrong, whether it’s simple reckless driving or something more serious like murder, trying to escape the police can be a natural instinct. But evading the police is rarely successful and can not only lead to the injuries or deaths of innocent people, […]
Fleeing the scene is one of the most common responses to doing something wrong, and while most people surrender when police try to stop them, some people find the potential penalties too intimidating to face, and they run. While this reaction is fairly instinctual, running from police is still a crime, and the consequences for […]
It is common knowledge that when you see a police car with its flashing lights on, you are expected to pull over, even if only to get out off the way of the vehicle. But failing to do so does not constitute evading arrest, nor is the definition limited to the high speed chases commonly […]