Monthly Archives: April 2015

Bail set at $100,000 for man who lured teens online

A Coconut Creek man accused of using dummy Facebook profiles to convince teenage girls to have sex with him for money, can go free while he awaits trial, a Broward judge ruled Tuesday.  But Tadd Link Clukey, 44, will have to come up with a $100,000 bond.  Clukey has been held at the Paul Rein Detention Facility in Pompano Beach Continue Reading...

EXCLUSIVE: Judge says Brooklyn woman can use Facebook to serve divorce papers

EXCLUSIVE: Judge says Brooklyn woman can use Facebook to serve divorce papers A Brooklyn woman scored a judge’s approval to legally change her relationship status to “single” via Facebook. In a landmark ruling, Manhattan Supreme Court Justice Matthew Cooper is allowing a nurse named Ellanora Baidoo to serve her elusive husband with divorce papers via a Facebook message. Baidoo, 26, Continue Reading...

Marissa Alexander Looks Back On Her Time In Jail: I Was ‘A Fish Out Of Water’

Marissa Alexander Looks Back On Her Time In Jail: I Was ‘A Fish Out Of Water’Marissa Alexander, the Florida woman who was sentenced to 20 years for firing a “warning shot” during an argument with her abusive husband, joined HuffPost Live on Wednesday to discuss her release from jail in January.Alexander, who agreed to two years of house arrest as Continue Reading...

Suspect in school stabbing may have been a victim of a previous sexual assault

The young woman accused of stabbing a football player at Miami Killian Senior High School may have been the victim of sexual assault by football players at her former school, her lawyer said Wednesday. The 17-year old senior was charged Tuesday with felony attempted murder after police say she plunged a long kitchen knife into 15-year-old DeAndre Johnson’s chest. She Continue Reading...

Online Divorce May Not Be Right for You

In a recent article posted by the Huffington Post, Wevorce – a technology platform for divorces– announced it was expanding to Miami. This news may be great for the small percentage of those divorces that end with little to no marital assets and no children, however, divorce is a very complex matter, should we let a “technology platform” handle such Continue Reading...

Debt Collector Harassment Can Take Many Forms

Debt Collector Harassment Can Take Many Forms Washington, DC: Lest anyone make a consumer feel like a second-class citizen for having debt, remember that well-managed debt makes the world go round and the term “debtor” is nothing to be ashamed of. And even in the face of unavoidable circumstances, were a consumer to miss a payment or two, there are Continue Reading...

Barking Dog May Cause Seattle Family to Lose Home

Barking Dog May Cause Seattle Family to Lose Home(NEWSER) – Cawper is a dog, and dogs like to bark, and he lives among humans, and humans like to sue, and thus we have the short version of how a Seattle family might lose their house. As KOMO reports, Seattle resident Woodrow Thompson filed a $500,000 civil suit against Cawper’s owners Continue Reading...
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