It happens frequently: a celebrity or their family member is accused of a very serious crime and is not in jail. You wonder, “What is wrong with the police (or the judge) that this criminal is not in jail?” You may have heard TV reporters ask the same question. It was a question on a Twin Cities TV website: do prominent people get special treatment in the courts?
I have seen several news reports about state laws banning “selfies” in election polling places. These laws vary state by state and, in some states, it’s unclear if “selfies” are banned. United Press International (UPI) reported on Sept. 14, 2016, about a federal action against a law banning “selfies”: