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Crawford, who is originally from Charleston, S.C., admitted to killing two women in 1993 and 1994, as well as another woman in 2012, after being confronted by law-enforcement officers at his Mount Vernon, N.Y., home in 2012. In an earlier report, the Post detailed how officers came upon the third body of a woman, stabbed eight times, while at Crawford’s home to ask him about the two early-1990s deaths.
A British court sentenced a London cab driver to life in prison today for the murder of a U.S. soldier in Iraq, from a roadside bombing in 2007. As NBC News reports, for the family of Sgt. Randy Johnson, this case is a rare opportunity to see a person involved in a service member’s death face justice in a civilian court.
Once the provenance of hippies and hipsters, urban agriculture is becoming more and more popular across city-dwelling populations. Rooftop gardens, front-yard farms, and vacant lots-turned-vegetable patches are popping up every day.
And whether you’re getting into urban agriculture because you’re health conscious, eco conscious, or money conscious, you should also be law conscious before you start growing, tending, or selling any produce.
Here are three laws you should know about urban agriculture:
This page contains a single entry by Christopher Coble, Esq. published on May 22, 2015 8:56 AM.
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