Legislation that expands the list of crimes that could have the government taking your car in New Jersey just got approved by committee. Senator Donald Norcross' idea gives police more authority in seizing your property if your car was used in either buying or selling drugs, or prostitution transactions, or where an illegal weapon was found.
Watching and listening to the developments of the manhunt for the alleged Boston Marathon bombers in Watertown, Massachusetts last Friday was like something out of a movie. Reports of explosives, hostages, carjackings, you name it. As the arrest was made and the ordeal came to an end, America breathed a collective sigh of relief.
After news broke Friday night of the capture of suspect #2 in the Boston Marathon bombings, people poured out into the streets of Watertown, Massachusetts applauding police and then erupting into spontaneous song.
Earlier today, Deminski & Doyle talked about a story regarding a woman who was arrested for assaulting her boyfriend because he wouldn't stop singing the popular song 'Thrift Shop' out loud. This story inspired me in more ways than one.
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