Published January 09, 2013
I'm one of the people that newspaper identified as being a lawful gun permit holder and yes, I am also one of those people who The Journal News has both idolized and criticized.
Published September 07, 2012
He stares at the jury. The sheriffs move in closer; the sound of handcuffs being opened signal the future for him.
Published July 17, 2012
FoxNews.com is pleased to present an excerpt from Judge Jeanine Pirro's new novel, "Sly Fox."
Published February 23, 2012
As we become more and more dependent upon digital devices to store personal information, most of us take for granted that the information is private. But is it?
Published November 18, 2011
There is a special place in hell for those who violate children. I don't see any shades of gray here.
It's about right and wrong. Good and evil.
Published October 03, 2011
The Italian appeals jury that acquitted American Amanda Knox of murdering Meredith Kercher did the right thing.
Published September 30, 2011
Can the prosecution prove beyond a reasonable doubt that the doctor actually killed Michael Jackson? Should this medical malpractice even be a criminal case? The answer to both is a resounding "yes"!
Published September 09, 2011
There is a national epidemic of drug store robberies by prescription drug addicts. The murders of four people in Medford, New York stand out among them because four innocent people lost their lives. So why did prosecutors make a plea bargain with the wife of the shooter?
Published August 23, 2011
The burden on the prosecution in any criminal case is great -- they must prove a crime was committed beyond a reasonable doubt.
Published January 28, 2011
Should 11-year-old Jordan Anthony Brown who allegedly killed a 26-year-old pregnant woman and mother of two with a shotgun be charged as an adult?