Tag Archives: conviction

  • Jesse Jackson Jr. Requests Prison Time Ahead of Wife’s

    Jun 18, 13 by EurPublisher 5 Comments


    *Convicted former Illinois congressman Jesse Jackson Jr. and his wife Sandi Jackson are going to jail, however, Jesse Jr. would like to serve his time before she serves hers. In a federal court filing, his lawyers also said Jackson Jr. has no income other than Social Security payments and a federal pension. “If he serves […]

  • Ask Tamara: Would You Hire a Felon?

    May 21, 13 by tallen Leave a comment


    Dear Tamara: I have a class 5 felony conviction on my record for cashing a fraudulent check. Yes, I know it was stupid, but it was 10 years ago. I was fresh out of college, broke, and did not have many resources. I had a small child to take care of and could not find […]

  • Bobby Brown to Face DUI Charges

    Mar 29, 12 by Brittney M. Walker Leave a comment


    *Now Bobby Brown’s got another problem to deal with. (Are you a fan of EURweb? Like us on Facebook or Follow us on Twitter.) He’s being charged with a DUI after being arrested during a traffic stop in Los Angeles on Monday. The city attorney’s spokesman Frank Mateljan said brown was charged Wednesday with three […]

  • The Journal of Steffanie Rivers: Same Injustice, Different Victim

    Mar 27, 12 by riversteff Leave a comment


    *I called a friend the other day to wish him a Happy Birthday when we got on the subject of the same issue that has millions of people talking and protesting in the streets: Why has George Zimmerman not been locked up for killing Trayvon Martin? Zimmerman is the neighborhood watch wannabe cop who shot […]

  • Court Rejects Wesley Snipes’ Latest Attempt to Overturn Conviction

    Jun 6, 11 by EURPublisher01 4 Comments


    *The Supreme Court has turned down the latest attempt by Wesley Snipes to get his conviction and prison sentence on tax charges overturned, reports the AP. The high court refused today to hear an appeal from Snipes, convicted in 2008 on three misdemeanor counts of willful failure to file income tax returns. Snipes began  a […]

  • The Journal of Steffanie Rivers: Free Education With a Price

    Feb 1, 11 by riversteff Leave a comment


    *Being a good parent is the hardest job a person ever will have. It’s a responsibility that starts with the best intentions. Yet, some people soon realize it takes more effort, time and money than they have to give. That seemed to be the case with Kelley Williams-Bolar. She’s the Akron, Ohio woman who used […]