Sara E. Teller

Sara is a credited freelance writer, editor, contributor, and essayist, as well as a novelist and poet with over sixteen years of experience. A seasoned publishing professional, she's worked for newspapers, magazines and book publishers in content digitization, editorial, acquisitions and intellectual property. Sara has been an invited speaker at a Careers in Publishing & Authorship event at Michigan State University and a Reading and Writing Instructor at Sylvan Learning Center. She has an MBA degree with a concentration in Marketing and is currently pursuing an MA in Clinical Mental Health Counseling, concentrating in Substance Abuse and Addictions. Sara is also certified in children's book writing, HTML coding and social media marketing. Her fourth book, Narcissistic Abuse: A Survival Guide was released in December 2017 and is now available on Amazon. For more information, please visit

Government Goes After Insys Executives Using RICO

The federal government uses the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act (RICO), approved in 1970, to go after Insys executives, claiming they engaged in a racketeering conspiracy scheme to realize revenues from Subsys sales.

Evanston Township Reaches Settlement in Ex-Drama Teacher Abuse Case

Evanston Township school district Superintendent Eric Witherspoon recently announced that officials have reached a settlement agreement with four former students who claimed they were sexually abused years ago by an ex-drama teacher, Bruce Siewerth, who retired from the high school in the 1990s. The district is set to pay $100,000 over the course of the

Sedatives and Opioids an Especially Deadly Combination

More and more Americans are ingesting a deadly combination of both sedatives and opioids. Canadian researchers analyzed data from eight U.S. National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey cycles between 1999 and 2014 and discovered the combined use of both opioids and benzodiazepines increased 250 percent during this period, while the combined use of benzodiazepines and Z-drugs rose a shocking 850 percent.

County Will Pay $7 Million for Man’s Death

Allison Irwin called officers to her house, stating her husband Chad was expressing suicidal thoughts. Chad was ultimately fatally shot in a confrontation. Now, Sacramento County will pay $7 million in a wrongful death lawsuit settlement.