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... is hosting a free Rape Aggression Defense class for women. The class is designed to empower women through self defense, awareness and avoidance. The three-night class begins tonight and continues on June 24 and 26. Participants are required to ... Comment?
U.S. Marines and Japan's Ground Self-Defense Force members participate in Dawn Blitz on San Clemente Island off the California coast on June 17. (Takashi Oshima) Comment?
Neighbors are still looking for answers after a Memorial Day weekend shooting in the Timber Cove subdivision that left one man dead. Comment?
Sheriff Cole is actually a 6th degree black belt in martial arts and offers self defense classes once a week. Comment?
... he left a beer distributor. He declined to answer questions without an attorney and told police he "did it in self defense." John Rogers was listed in critical condition on Sunday. A hospital spokesperson said Wednesday there is no information ... Comment?
Lawrence Branch, 56, shot his adoptive son, Joshua Branch, 32, at the family's property on County Road 6255 on May 7, 2012. Comment?
"Never," Big Mama said. "Never in my wildest dreams would I have imagined a grown man do the right thing, discipline some little wannabe hoodlums by holdin' 'em for the authorities but be called a criminal hisself." Comment?
The Larimer County District Attorney's office has decided not to accept charges in the April stabbing of a Fort Collins man. Comment?
A 62-year-old man who shot a woman in the hand and then held her at gunpoint for two hours inside his East Palo Alto apartment on Dec. 24, 2011 was sentenced Tuesday to six months in jail, which the judge said he can serve at home with electronic monitoring. Comment?
George Zimmerman waits for the jury pool to arrive with his defense team attorney Mark O'Mara and co-counsel Don West in Seminole circuit court on the eighth day of his trial, in Sanford, Fla., Wednesday. Comment?
A prosecutor in the George Zimmerman murder trial spent much of Wednesday afternoon asking potential jurors about their firearm use, experience with neighborhood watch programs, how people are judged by their clothing and racial bias. Comment?
They were the kinds of questions some may not want to answer at a cocktail party and yet 40 people, piled into a small Sanford courtroom, had to publicly talk about their kids, possible criminal pasts and whether they were victims of a crime leaving some very uncomfortable with the process. Comment?
In what was another test of the state's controversial Stand Your Ground self-defense law, Miami-Dade authorities announced Wednesday they won't charge a teen who waited outside an apartment building and fatally shot an unarmed burglar as he tried to escape. Comment?
Jodi Arias: Dirty Little Secret, though soapy, takes a straightforward look at the events leading up to her month-old murder conviction Made-for-TV movies, especially those ripped from the headlines of high profile real-life drama, are often tawdry and flat takes on complicated situations. Comment?
If justice were based on a homicide victim's virtue, it would be inarguable - Bryan Antonio DeJesus deserved no justice. Comment?
SANFORD, Fla. -- Attorneys quizzed a whittled-down group of prospective jurors Wednesday in the Trayvon Martin case about whether they had fired guns, made judgments based on how people dressed or had been neighborhood watch volunteers like the teen's shooter. Comment?
The movie, based on the real-life murder trial, stars Tania Raymonde as Jodi Arias, a seductive 28-year-old aspiring photographer recently found guilty of killing her former lover Travis Alexander , who was found nude in his apartment shower with a slit throat, 27 additional stab wounds and a bullet to the head. Comment?
... us into submission, perverted our legal system and, when we complained, seized and destroyed our weapons of self defense. The potential number of class action plaintiffs in the two cases which I filed over NSA-gate potentially number over 300 ... Comment?
For all of the "Million Hoodie Marches" across the world and media coverage after the shooting of Trayvon Martin last year, response to the trial so far is a resounding "meh." Comment?
Attorneys quizzed a whittled-down group of prospective jurors Wednesday in the Trayvon Martin case about whether they had fired guns, made judgments based on how people dressed or had been neighborhood watch volunteers like the teen's shooter. Comment?