Quantcast
Ad Unit
Friday, October 31, 2014

Legal Matters

Alex Rodriguez hires top criminal defense lawyer Joe Tacopina

New York Yankees slugger Alex Rodriguez is reportedly pulling out all the stops to defend himself against the 211-game suspension he was given by Major League Baseball. According to the NY Post’s Page Six, A-Rod has hired top New York criminal defense lawyer Joe Tacopina to head up his legal team. Tacopina is known for…Read More

Paparazzi photographer wants to press charges against Lamar Odom

One of the Paparazzi photographers involved in Lamar Odom’s meltdown this week plans to press charges against the NBA player. TMZ reports that one of the photographers has retained an attorney and wants to see Odom go down. Odom went off on some photographers in Hollywood on Wednesday, removing photography equipment out of one’s car…Read More

Alleged attack victim suing Scottie Pippen for $4 million

Scottie Pippen was accused of assaulting a man outside a restaurant in Malibu and sending him to the hospital last month, but the former Chicago Bulls star was not arrested. A story later came out claiming that Pippen acted in self-defense and was being harassed by the alleged victim while he was eating dinner with…Read More

Items taken from Aaron Hernandez’s home include gun shot residue kit, scale

As expected, authorities released to the public on Tuesday the search warrants and affidavits connected to the Aaron Hernandez murder investigation. The information was made public following a motion filed by several media outlets, including the Associated Press. Included in the new information was a list of items police seized from Hernandez’s North Attleboro home…Read More

Search warrant for Aaron Hernandez’s apartment cited cocaine

Carlos Ortiz, the 27-year-old associate who admitted he was with Aaron Hernandez the night Odin Lloyd was shot, is starting to sound like a valuable witness who has been cooperating with police as they continue to investigate the murder. In fact, a report from The Sun Chronicle on Wednesday morning revealed that Ortiz was interviewed…Read More

Milton Bradley sentenced to nearly 3 years in jail for spousal abuse

Milton Bradley was sentenced on Tuesday to nearly three years in jail for abusing his wife five times between 2011 and 2012. Bradley was released by the Seattle Mariners in May 2011 and arrested later that year for allegedly swinging a bat at his wife. She obtained a restraining order against him after he also…Read More

Page 8 of 14First...678910...