Here's a List of Different Tickets and Fines That Can Be Paid in Shelby County Alabama Without Having To Appear Before
*This is a work of nonfiction based on actual events provided via the Shelby County Courthouse Circuit Clerk's Office website as of January 23, 2023. Please be sure to visit the Shelby County Courthouse Circuit Clerk's Office for any new updates; permission given to use.
Rebuilding trust in the Supreme Court
Rebuilding trust in the Supreme Court after the investigation into the leak will take time. In May of last year, Politico published an authentic draft of the Supreme Court's majority opinion on the Roe v. Wade case, which came as a surprise to many and caused a significant political uproar. This prompted Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr. promise an investigation into the matter. However, on Thursday, the court announced that it has not yet identified who perpetrated what it called "a grave assault on the judicial process."
Identical twins were suspected of rape; how a lucky break and a plea deal trumped a cutting-edge DNA test
Identical twins can be hard to tell apart. They occur in 1 out of 250 births. Still, at close range, they can be told apart. The challenge has been when trying to determine a suspect using a DNA test. Until recently, twins had DNA that was impossible to tell apart using the existing technology. Sometimes, a tattoo or some other external mark has been used to identify the culprit.
Chicago teen shoots woman, 37, after finding out she was transgender, smiles during court appearance
An 18-year-old high school student, who is suspected of fatally shooting his date after learning she was transgender, grinned as the prosecution described the heinous act in court.
The Florida sheriff's office said 8 individuals were shot during a Martin Luther King Jr. Day rally.
At a commemoration of Martin Luther King Jr.'s birthday in Florida, the sheriff's office reports that eight people were injured by gunfire. At least eight people were shot at a Martin Luther King Jr. Day gathering held in Fort Pierce, Florida, according to the St. Lucie County Sheriff's Office, which verified the incident.
Rick Singer, the man behind a massive college fraud, receives a 3.5-year sentence
BOSTON (AP) — On Wednesday, the mastermind of a nationwide college admissions bribery scheme was sentenced to 3 and a half years in prison for his role in the system. The project involved celebrities, prominent businesspeople, and other parents who used their wealth and privilege to buy their children's way into elite schools.
Man was sentenced to 13 years in prison but by a stroke of luck, he was never taken to jail
A 13-year sentence was handed to this armed robber, yet no one ever transported him to jail. Michael Anderson, who was 23 years old when he was arrested in 1999 for robbing a Burger King with a gun, received a 13-year prison term.
Former Navy Sailor Sentenced for Producing Images of Child Sexual Abuse
A California man was sentenced today to 47 years and six months in prison for producing and receiving images of child sexual abuse, according to the Department of Justice. According to court documents and evidence presented at trial, in July 2018, a parent reported to Snapchat that a user, later identified as Christopher Jeorge Millican, 29, of Coalinga, had been engaging in inappropriate communications with her 11-year-old daughter.
LBRY Says Company Will Be Dead Soon After Legal and SEC Debts
LBRY is a blockchain-based file-sharing and payment network used to support a video platform built to be an alternative to YouTube known as Odysee. The company behind LBRY has stated that it might not be around for long due to losing a court battle with the SEC earlier this month. In a tweet on Monday, November the twenty-eight, LBRY Inc. stated that it had been “killed by legal and SEC debts.” Even though the company might die, the company did state that the “LBRY protocol and blockchain will continue." What is interesting about this loss is that it is the conclusion of a year-long battle in the courtroom the company was having with the SEC. The CEO of LBRY Inc. Jeremy Kauffman told the cryptocurrency news website Decrypt that the company did not yet have a figure for the SEC fine but the SEC was pushing for twenty million United States dollars worth of penalties.
Meet the first Black woman admitted to Yale Law School
Judge Jane Bolin, first black female to occupy a court benchPhoto byWikimdia Commons; Public Domain. Bolin was born in Poughkeepsie, New York on April 11, 1908. She attended Wellesley College in 1928 and later attended Yale where she received her law degree(1931) making her the first African American woman to graduate from Yale Law School. In 1939, she was appointed to be a judge of the Domestic Relations Court where she ended up serving for four decades. She also served as the director for the New York Committee for Young Audiences where she helped foster the need for music and arts education.
Woman sues her niece over a $20K coat
Money is a topic that can tear a family apart. In fact, money is one of the top reasons for fighting between family members. It is no surprise, therefore, that the topic of money can bring about a lot of family drama.
Student loan forgiveness program blocked by St. Louis court
President Biden talkingPhoto by JLHirvas (Creative Commons) Have you signed up for the new student loan forgiveness program? The website has been up live since late October and the launch has not went as planned by the federal government.
Ghost Court with Maren Muter
Maren Muter is a wonderful metaphysician with many amazing talents. Maren hosts fireside chats, she talks about ghost stories, she has consultations and amazing classes that you can participate in. I participated in many of Maren's classes and fireside chats and loved them all. Each of her chats is unique and fun. She is open to questions and tells you how things are in the most kind, honest and straight forward matter. Maren has an amazing background that I wrote about before in a previous article on Newsbreak.
Maine Man Convicted of 7 Felony Charges Related to January 6th
U.S. District Judge Rudolph Contreras announced the verdict for Kyle Fitzsimmons, 39, of Lebanon, Maine, today in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia on 11 charges related to January 6, 2021, at the Capitol, which included seven felony charges. Kyle Fitzsimmons was found guilty of seven felony charges, including civil disorder, obstruction of a civil proceeding, four counts of assaulting, resisting, or impeding law enforcement officers, two counts involving a dangerous weapon or bodily injury, one count of interfering with a law enforcement officer during a civil disorder, and one count of engaging in physical violence in a restricted building or grounds. The four misdemeanor charges Fitzsimmons was found guilty of were entering and remaining in a restricted building or grounds, disorderly conduct in a Capitol Building or grounds, and committing an act of violence in the Capitol Building or grounds.
Explicit text messages between former Clay County sheriff, ex-mistress highlight day 3 of trial
Hundreds of text messages between former Clay County Sheriff Darryl Daniels and his ex-mistress, Cierra Smith, were submitted as evidence Wednesday in the third day of Daniels’ trial.
Former Tesla Employee Rejected a $15 Million Court Payout and Got a New Trial
Tesla has been at the centre of a legal battle surrounding the issue of discrimination for a while now. In 2017, a former Tesla employee Owen Diaz filed a lawsuit citing race discrimination. In October 2020, the jury awarded Mr. Diaz $137 million: $6.9 million of compensatory damages and $130 million of punitive damages. However, the presiding judge decided the payout was excessive.
Appeals court rules that ban on portable signs in Fort Myers, Florida violates First Amendment
Adam Lacroix, a "street preacher' decided to challenge a Fort Myers Beach ordinance after he was cited in December of 2020 for carrying a "portable sign" to spread religious messages to those around him in accordance with an ordinance that was put in place by the Town of Fort Myers Florida.
Amber Heard Cannot Pay Johnny Depp
If you're a fan of Johnny Depp or the Depp v. Heard drama series, a.k.a court battle, you probably know that the jury decided on a verdict earlier this month. Johnny Depp was awarded $15 million, which was reduced to $10.35 million. Amber Heard also won one of her claims, amounting to $2 million. Therefore, Depp was awarded a net $8.35 million judgement.
North Kingstown Animal Cruelty Case
This is a sad story for any animal lovers out there, but I feel it's important to tell as it will shed light on the fact that animals are being neglected and abused all the time. In North Kingston, Rhode Island, a couple were arrested on Monday.