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Sex Offender

Search Sex Offender Registries by State Sex offender registries are systems put in place by individual state and county jurisdictions that are designed to allow government authorities as well as citizens track the residences of sex offenders, including those who have already served their sentences. These registries are often made available to the public via a website or publication allowing citizens of a community to be aware of sex offenders and/or child predators may be living.

Drunk Driving Fatalities

Drink and Drive has become a serious problem all over the world. Over the last few years there has been a steady progress in dropping fatalities due to drink and drive. Several authorities at the state have made their laws very strict for such cases through which they have gained some success.


In Minnesota, manslaughter is defined as the  killing of a person in a manner less culpable than murder .  The relevant manslaughter statutes differentiate the seriousness of the offense based upon the  state of mind  of the defendant at the time of the killing. Manslaughter may be  voluntary or involuntary  under Minnesota law.

Cedric Benson

Cedric Benson was arrested on two separate occasions .    The Chicago Tribune had a greater interest than most media outlets because Benson played for the Chicago Bears.  The Tribune was even able to get a photo of the pre-arrest activities. Penedo Latanya, Molina Daniell, Froeber Denese, Bubniak Mohammad, Ketz T. Blair, Miltier Eddie, Harns Sherril,

Texas District Court Judge Charged for DWI

Judge Elizabeth Berry , a Tarrant County District Court Judge, was charged with Driving While Intoxicated.  The Houston Chronicle article reports that the District Attorney's office waited until the blood-tests results came back from the laboratory before filing a charge.  The filing of the charge indicates that the results were higher than .08.

Judge Reagin

  Judge Reagin was a criminal defense attorney in Harris County who was well known for working hard and writing successful appeals.  She was also the Editor of a local publication called The Defender.  The Defender is a local publication that deals with issues at the criminal courthouse and other criminal justice related issues.

Mother of Baby Grace Convicted

Kimberly Dawn Trenor , mother of the child who was once known as Baby Grace, was convicted of Capital Murder in Galveston, Texas.  The Galveston County District Attorney's Office elected not to seek the death penalty so Trenor will receive an automatic life sentence. There is no question this woman's conduct was beyond disgusting.  Even a cat will protect its kittens.  Allowing some dude you met off the Internet to hurt your child, and to engage in the conduct yourself places a person far past the boundaries of grace or compassion.

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