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September 01, 2020
If you're driving and have a blood-alcohol level over .08 percent, you could receive a DUI.
Who else is going to protect you when it's just you?
Not all crimes are committed with malicious intent; sometimes, the perpetrator does not want to commit them at all.
Multiple federal statutes make deceptive behavior used for personal gain illegal.
A burden of proof is a legal standard the prosecutor or plaintiff must meet to prove a legal claim is true.
Is your past coming back to haunt you? Read on for more information about sealing criminal convictions so that you can move on with your life.
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You don't need to rob a bank to face charges for armed robbery—all theft with threatening behavior can lead to a serious felony.
If you’ve been charged with disorderly conduct, will you be criminally prosecuted? Are you facing jail time, fines, or both? Read on to find out.
Just because marijuana is decriminalized does not make it legal.
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