Drunk Driving Arrests Near Pre-Pandemic Numbers; DUI Plea Deal Program Created To Resolve Court Backlog No Longer An Option
Drunk driving has always been a significant issue in Hawaii, especially in the capital, Honolulu. But, with the spread of the Covid-19 pandemic last year, there was a change. As the world witnessed a large-scale shutdown of daily activities, forcing people to stay at home, there was a dip in the number of arrests in […]
Highest Drug Overdose Counties In Texas
Of all the states in the U.S, Texas is one with the highest drug overdose counties. Back in 2015, around 52000 lives were claimed due to the opioid epidemic. Needless to say, Texas had a high share of these deaths. In this post, we will be breaking down the number of drug overdose deaths per […]
54 People Killed In Portland Traffic Crashes In 2020 – The Most Since 1996 – Despite The Pandemic
2020 has been a disastrous year in multiple aspects, and for Portland, it also saw the most traffic-related deaths since 1996. The 122nd Avenue, one of Portland’s deadliest streets in terms of traffic accidents witnessed the 18th and last pedestrian death of the year on new year’s eve. The victim was a 51-year-old woman named […]
Import Penalties For Ford
On 3rd June 2020, an official statement from Ford Motor Co stated that they could face penalties of around $1.3 billion owing to a long-running dispute. The dispute is over the import duties that the company pays for the Ford Transit Connect Vehicles. Later in 2020, the supreme court declined Ford’s request, stating that they […]
The volunteers using ‘honeypot’ groups to fight anti-vax propaganda
Recently, in a policy shift, Facebook is actively removing or banning groups, pages, and accounts that discourage people from getting their covid-19 vaccine shots. Many of the social media giants are grappling with the anti-vaccine movement that has been trending online for weeks now. Original research conducted by BBC Monitorings revealed how some Facebook pages […]
Scott Peterson’s Sister-In-Law Says She Has Evidence That Could Exonerate Him Of His Wife’s Murder 20 Years Ago
The conviction of the 20-something-year-old man who was accused of murdering his pregnant wife and dumping her in the San Francisco Bay has yet again come into relevance. Last summer, California’s highest court overruled the death sentence of Scott Peterson who was convicted for murdering his then 27 years old wife, Laci Peterson, stating that […]
The Sexual Harassment Claim that Shook the San Diego Museum
An online petition posted by one of the workers of the San Diego Museum has shocked the internet. The petition accused the authority of the museum of tolerating sexual harassment and racial inequality. The Incident The incident goes as follows: A former employee of the Museum, Zelina Gayte, mentioned in the petition that the museum […]
How Will They Charge Derek Chauvin in the Killing of George Floyd?
The public murder of George Floyd has sparked a lot of protests and controversies all around the world. On the 25th of May 2020, George Floyd got arrested for handling a $20 bill counterfeit at a Grocery store. Consequently, after his arrest, Derek Chauvin, the police officer in charge, pressed his knee against Floyd’s neck […]
Claiming Coronavirus In The Grocery Store – Terrorist Threat?
How serious is the War on Coronavirus in America? Serious enough that Americans across the country are being charged with “terrorist threats” after coughing on or licking items at the grocery store and then claiming to be infected with the deadly virus. Missouri – 2,736 Confirmed Cases of Coronavirus Infections In Missouri a 26-year-old man […]
Quarantine the Same as Imprisonment?
The coronavirus has caused hysteria around the world and has resulted in quarantine situations around the US and if you were to find yourself in one of these quarantines then you would certainly ask if the circumstances and restrictions you’re enduring for a non-criminal are legal. A quarantine is a restricted area for officials to […]