It was a case of being in the wrong place at the wrong time, and now being in that position is paying off for two women in Los Angeles. Margie Carranza, 47 and her mother, 71-year-old Emma Hernandez, were delivering the Los Angeles Times newspaper when their truck was shot at multiple times. The shooters, […]
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You would hope that you wouldn’t get Tasered when trying to get into your own car, but that is exactly what happened to Jerry Cox in Santa Barbara, California last month. Cox was standing by his SUV when he was approached by a Santa Barbara police officer. The police officer reportedly thought that Cox was […]
Ryan Mash was just trying to get some McDonald’s. Little did he know when he got in the drive-thru line at the fast food restaurant in Forsyth County, Georgia, that he would be held at gunpoint for no real reason. 18-year-old Mash was sitting in his Ford 150 pickup truck, two passengers in tow, when […]
Two gay women in Michigan are making headlines in the state, which avidly bans gay marriage. The two women have raised three children together, ages 4 and 3. The kids consider each other siblings, although both of the women aren’t legally all of the children’s parents. Jayne Rowse adopted two of the children and her […]
Amidst much controversy and uproar from residents and activist groups, Seattle mayor Mike McGinn has decided to shut down the Seattle Police Department’s drone program. A year ago, President Obama signed a bill that approved the use of drones to be flown in the United States, and Seattle took advantage of the opportunity. However, Mayor […]
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) has announced that they will hold a public meeting in Washington, DC to discuss pregnancy discrimination and issues surrounding employees who are responsible for giving care to relatives at home. The purpose of this meeting is to look into recent trends in discrimination against pregnant workers and workers with […]
As a Seattle employment attorney, I know that, unfortunately, some employers seem to believe that they have rights over employees that they in fact do not. The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) filed a press release late last week about a motion in an employer retaliation lawsuit in Urbana, IL. Steven Whitlow, a former employee […]