In March, a Chester woman was convicted of third-degree murder for a fatal car crash from Halloween 2012. Carol Hope Henry was found guilty of homicide by vehicle while driving under the influence, homicide by vehicle, two counts of each accidents involving death or personal injury, and DUI. Henry, now 51, was involved in two […]

According to Judge Joe Brown, of the famed cancelled television show, last Monday started like a typical day. That morning, he visited the juvenile court in Memphis to see how it was operating. While there, a woman approached him and asked him to look over her child support case. According to ABC News, Brown said […]

It seems like lately every time we turn on the news, we’re hearing something about teen sensation Justin Bieber’s latest legal troubles. Most recently, he was arrested for DUI in Miami Beach. He was arrested on January 23 at around 4 am. A judge has just set Bieber’s trial date for March 3. Officially, the 19-year-old […]

Beginning January 10th, new mortgage lending rules went into effect with the goal of lowering the risk of foreclosures and defaulting, both of which became far too common during the housing bubble. Under the new rules, lenders will have to take more precautions before issuing loans to ensure that the borrower can afford the sum. […]

In 2006, Vince Young was a first-round draft pick for the Tennessee Titans. As a rookie starter, he led the Titans to a 26-20 victory over the Texans and was even selected to go to the ProBowl. Just two years later, he suffered a knee injury and lost his starting position. Now, he’s filing for […]

Last month, U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Steven Rhodes declared that the city of Detroit was eligible for the largest ever municipality bankruptcy, which was not shocking in the least to those who have been following the city’s financial struggles. What did surprise many, however, is that the judge ruled that the Michigan constitution provision protecting pension […]

Thomas Bellwoar recently took on a federal case that ended in victory for his client. Michael Slade, as well as co-defendant Courteney Knight, was acquitted of obstructing justice charges after a 6 week trial, thanks to the legal help of LUONGO BELLWOAR LLP. Jurors deliberated for 6 days before finding the two men not guilty. […]

In order to file for personal bankruptcy, you are required to first get a bankruptcy counseling certificate.  You must seek out a qualified credit counselor and complete your counseling before applying for bankruptcy. This will help to ensure that bankruptcy is your only viable option. After filing, you’ll complete a debt management education course. Ultimately, […]

Just last week, singer Aaron Carter filed for bankruptcy in an effort to rid himself of over $2 million in debt. Allegedly, $1.3 million of this sum is owed in back taxes for money he made at the age of 16 while he was a household name and pop sensation. According to his creditor, many […]

Ketan B. Vora was arrested for a DUI early on the morning of June 1, 2012, but it didn’t end there. PA state law requires that a blood sample is required following a DUI arrest, and Vora declined to do this at least 20 times while at Chester County  hospital, according to the arresting officer. […]