Is a friend legally liable for his drunk friend’s safe ride home?
A drunken driver who struck and killed two teenage cousins on a southern New Jersey roadway two years ago has pleaded guilty to aggravated manslaughter charges.
There are laws that make bars and bartenders legally responsible if they let an intoxicated customer drive away. Does the same hold true for valets?
When it comes to going above and beyond the call of duty, one officer took it to a whole new level.
A 5-year-old girl is in critical condition after being pinned underneath a car. Her mother, brother and another woman were also injured after they were all struck by a suspected drunk driver late Saturday night in Northeast Philadelphia.
Walking is something 14-year-old Taj Bland of Overbrook, doesn’t take for granted.
The accident happened around 3 a.m. on Thursday on Route 40, where Officer Priscilla Murray was seated inside her patrol vehicle.
“My mom, she’s a hero, and I’m very glad she saved my dad for us, because we’d be lost without both of them,” said Teresa’s daughter, Monica.
New Jersey’s Supreme Court has ruled a convicted drunken driver has the right to sue the bar that served him.
Police say a drunk driver hit a private University of Pennsylvania security guard who was walking the beat on a sidewalk near 38th and Walnut early this morning.