Areas of law
"Rottweiler" attacks pensioners
Because she allegedly did not have her Rottweiler under control, a woman is standing before the Kulm District Court. There have been similar cases before. Carmen does not deny the cases, but she does the current one.
Drug gang caught After burglaries in Fricktal: four Moroccans arrested
At the Stein train station on Wednesday morning, the police picked up four men who had stolen goods from a nighttime burglary with them. The suspects were arrested.
The burglars found their way into the house through the cat door
In Stein in the canton of Aargau, four young Moroccans were picked up by the police. These have been linked to a series of burglaries to cars and homes in the surrounding communities.
Watch out for cell phone videos
All he had to do was press delete: A 27-year-old man is standing trial in county court on charges of pornography.
drug gang caught
Four dealers sold heroin and cocaine to addicts in the region on a large scale and for months.
Ten years after an accident at work: employee is compensated
A Chocolat Frey employee who was injured on a machine is awarded compensation.
This time the host is not to blame
For a Wynental restaurateur, it was worth not accepting a penalty order from the public prosecutor's office.
Fines for pit bull owners after fatal attack
Six months ago, two pit bull terriers fatally injured a small dog in Menziken. The list dogs also bit his owner. Now the pit bull owners have been fined.
Homosexual Bosnian achieves stage victory against Lucerne authorities
The Lucerne cantonal court must once again examine whether a lesbian woman may be expelled.
The municipality of Menziken is said to have known about the controversial contact bar
The truth about a contact bar in Menziken came to light in mid-October. Since then there has been a spat about the location. The bar's lawyer claims the community was in the know.
Last picnic in freedom: Cornfield burglars go to jail
Two Albanian crime tourists were on trial in Aarau. They had committed around 50 burglaries.
Manslaughter with an iron: wife does not have to go to prison
The 43-year-old woman, who killed her husband with an iron during an argument seven years ago, has been sentenced to 22 months in prison. The court judged the act as "brutal".