Archives for: September 15th, 2014

Arthur was walking through the parking lot to get to his car after work when suddenly a large man he’d never met before approached him, yelling angrily and waving his arms. Arthur, terrified and unsure what else to do, hit the threatening stranger and knocked him to the ground. A bystander called the police, who quickly arrived at the scene and charged Arthur with assault.


In the example above,

Chances are that, at some point in the past, you’ve crossed the street or stepped off the sidewalk when you didn’t have the right of way. Maybe there was no crosswalk in sight and you didn’t see any oncoming traffic, or maybe an obstruction on the sidewalk forced you to walk on the side of the road for a short time. That’s exactly what Ersula Ore, an associate professor at

On June 13, Colorado’s Chief Parole Offer, Tim Hand, was fired after the murder of the state’s corrections chief Tom Clements. The chief suspect in the murder is parolee Spencer Ebel, a white supremacist gang member who was released from prison early due to a clerical error. Prison officials reported that at first, Ebel was a model parolee, reporting every day and remaining in the area. He even called in