Anonymous tip helped Police to arrest Paesan
On 11th of January a woman made a call to Cape Coral Police for filing a report of her rented house burglary. She said to the police that “I was sleeping when unidentified persons burglarized my home and took away computer, credit card and kindle fire table”. On the other hand, on 16th of January Cape Coral
Too Many Parking Tickets? Try A Lawyer
Cape Coral Police is requesting people to identify a person who has recently robbed 7-Eleven convenience store which is located at Chiquita Blvd/Gleason Pkwy. The robbery took place on Thursday night when an unknown person entered the store and demanded money from the cash counter. He was wearing black shirt, blue jeans and black cap. The cash counter
I Parked Legally And Still Got Ticketed. Twice.
Southwest Florida Crime Stoppers is marching towards the path of success. The program being launched by SWFL has been highly regarded in the conference of Southeastern Association of Crime Stoppers. The biggest award it earned was the label of “most productive” program in the Southeast United States. Apart from this, Trish Routte the coordinator of this
Driver Arrested After Parking On Dan Valley Freeway
The volume of tips received in the beginning of 2014 clearly shows that the upcoming year is going to mark remarkable success for SWFL Crime Stoppers. Exactly, in the start of New Year, SWFL Crime Stoppers have received a bunch of tips which would surely lead to a big number of arrests. Since first January, Crime
Find Your City’s Parking Laws
Recently, in a regional conference of North Carolina Southwest Florida Crime Stoppers has been given the prestige to be reckoned as “most productive” crime stoppers programs. SWFL earned this honor in the 32nd annual training conference of Southeastern Association of Crime Stoppers. It is said that in 2012 the program had received a big number of
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Marijuana has been in existence for an estimated 5,000 years. It has been used traditionally all over ancient civilizations in Asia, Africa, Europe and later in the Americas. Despite being around for so long, having various uses, and almost half of Americans admitting to have used it, marijuana has almost always had a bad reputation in the United States. So much so that it is banned in most U.S. states and about $20 billion every year is spent on preventing its use.
Recently, cannabis law and the argument for the legalization of marijuana has grown increasingly popular. For one, most Americans do not have a probl
Every year, thousands of Americans are mistakenly injured or killed. Personal injury cases are some of the most frequently encountered by lawyers, unfortunately many Americans are unaware of what constitutes a personal injury claim and thus fail to pursue what could result in significant financial compensation. Here are three examples of some of the most common personal injury cases to see if your situation qualifies as a personal injury claim.
Injured on the Job
Thousands of hard working Americans are injured or even killed on the job thanks to faulty equipment, perilous work environments, or mistakes on the part of employees or management. A good majority of injuries reported a
Statistics show that 52% of American men will be arrested at least once in their lifetime. An additional, separate study that was published in a 2011 edition of Pediatrics showed that one in three people will be arrested by the time they reach age 23. Although many of these offenses may be justified, our country allows for the right to a trial. People have the right to be heard in front of a jury or a judge for their crimes, and their criminal fates to be decided by them. A person who is arrested does not have to stay in jail awaiting their trial either. A bond is usually set to release them.
Bail bonds are an amount of money that a judge or court sets to allow a person to await their trial in the comfort of their own home. The amount is usually a percentage of a larger amount, meaning this larger
Professional licensing is a must for the nursing profession. There are more than 3.1 million registered nurses in the United States, making nursing the nations largest health care profession. Of those licensed to be practicing registered nurses, 84.8% or 2.6 million are actually employed in nursing. The Licensed Practical Nurse or LPN is a lesser number, currently there are 690,038 LPN’s in the United States. This nation has an ever increasing percentage of older citizens and as this continues, the health care profession has a greater need for more licensed professional, especially nurses, to provide care to those who are older and ill.
There are many reasons why nursing professionals want their license to be up to date and without blemish!
Prior to being hired for any nursing posit
We all see the gang crime statistics and the high-profile murder cases that involve a skilled criminal defense lawyer. All too often the person on trial is convicted in the court of public opinion, and many of us lose sight of the fact that guilt must be proven beyond a shadow of a doubt.
It can be an imperfect process, and at least one survey of judges, attorneys and law enforcement personnel has revealed that as many as 10,000 people in the United States may be wrongfully convicted every year of serious crimes. The reason in more than half the cases is that the defendant was identified incorrectly by an eyewitness.
Included in the gang crime statistics, of course, are drug-relat