Backpage Pimping Case May Be Dismissed

Authorities arrested the CEO of adult classified website Backpage back in October on charges that users of the platform engaged in sex crimes involving the trafficking of adult and child victims. According to Fox News, authorities served a California warrant for the man’s arrest when he arrived at Houston’s Bush International Airport, and they raided…

Four Texas Women Wrongfully Convicted Released from Prison

Four Texas women wrongfully convicted in 1998 of sexual assault of minors received good news from the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals on the day before Thanksgiving this year – they may be eligible to seek millions of dollars in compensation from the state for their unfair imprisonment that lasted almost 17 years. If you…

Theft Crimes in California Could Result In Prison Time

When police smelled marijuana smoke emanating from a vehicle parked outside a construction site in Merced County, California, they probably expected to be charging the offenders with possession of a controlled substance. However, the scene revealed so much more, as the car was loaded with items stolen from the site and two men were sound…

Justice Department Ends Contracts with Private Prison Companies

In a landmark decision, the justice department has decided to end their contract with private prison companies. For years the federal government has delegated their responsibilities to private prison companies which have been said to be making millions and millions of dollars a year profits off of their services. The justice department just sat back…