There is a screenshot that has been making its rounds around social media, and I want to know if it really works.
According to the meme, a recent Facebook update allows you to shake your phone to report a problem or to report a post for violating Facebook's Terms of Service...
There is a tutorial floating around on social media for how to make a "prison style" deep fryer with only a few different house-hold items. While it may not be the safest way to crisp and cook your favorite snack, it certainly seems to be effective.
Robert H. Richards IV, a rich one percenter who lives in Delaware, was convicted of raping his 3-year-old infant daughter. He only faces probation though. He avoided jail time because the judge claimed he "will not fare well" in jail.
When you go to jail, you lose privileges of normal everyday life. That is why you do not want to go to jail. Well, I can think of a thousand other reason you wouldn't want to go to jail, but, that's not the point here.
New legislation in Arizona allows the state’s Department of Corrections to impose a one-time “background check fee” of $25 on adults wishing to visit inmates at any of its 15 facilities.
Needless to say, families and prisoner advocacy groups are not happy, citing the existing costs of traveling to visit loved ones housed in prisons that are often located in remote areas.
Getting caught green-handed with marijuana is never a good thing, but when it's your fourth arrest on the same charge, it's a very, very bad thing.
Cornell Hood II learned that truth the hard way after a jury in Louisiana sentenced the repeat offender to life in prison.
Motley Crue's Vince Neil is to serve jail time following his arrest for drunk driving last year.
The singer will spend two weeks in a Los Angeles prison followed by two weeks of house arrest after being caught over the limit in his Lambourghini at the end of June...