You’ve got a college degree. You are a professional at what you do. You write well. You speak well. With those qualities, you may think of representing yourself in court when what you need is an attorney. Even more, than the reasons I’ve already mentioned, one of the most prominent reasons is, quite simply, cost. […]
Trey Songz’s Snapchat comments from December may be coming back to haunt him. According to TheShadeRoom, Following Trey getting into an altercation in Detroit where he was later charged with one count of assaulting a police officer and one count of aggravated assault after he allegedly punched a cop, his Snapchat video of him saying […]
Camille Cosby accompanied her husband Bill Cosby in court for the first time during the trial. Meanwhile, Cosby declined to testify in his criminal indecent assault trial and his defense rested after calling just one repeat witness for further questioning. In a sworn statement without the jury present, Cosby stated that he did not plan […]
Bill Cosby‘s rape trial is set to start today (Monday, June 5th). According to CNN, Cosby would be escorted to court by Keisha Knight Pulliam, who played Rudy Huxtable on the Cosby Show. The 79 year-old comedian is facing three counts of aggravated indecent assault for allegedly drugging and assaulting Andrea Constand, a Temple University employee, in […]
Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta producers are pleading to be able to film Stevie J and Joseline Hernandez’s court battle. The judge, however, has yet to make a decision. As previously reported, Joseline requested that Stevie take a DNA test to determine the paternity of their daughter. She has also asked that he pay a […]
Beyoncé is still looking to collect what she feels she is owed from the profits made off of “Feyonce” merchandise. According to The Jasmine Brand, Bey returned to court on Thursday (October 20th), “demanding a default judgement against Feyonce for failing to respond to her lawsuit.” The motion details that the defendants in the case were served […]
The trial has received nationwide attention because of the brutal allegations against the former officer, Daniel Holtzclaw, and the all-White jury selected to seek justice for his 13 Black female victims.
William G. Porter, 26, is charged with manslaughter, second-degree assault, misconduct in office and reckless endangerment. Baltimore State's Attorney Marilyn J. Mosby and Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake repeatedly stated the officers will get a fair trial in the city.
Jefferson Circuit Court Judge Olu Stevens may have abused his power last week when he stopped a drug trial and dismissed an entire jury panel because it had too few Blacks.
The discovery of racially coded notes taken by prosecutors during jury selection is forcing the Supreme Court to take a second look at this murder trial, The Washington Post reports.