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Benefits of New Minnesota Expungement Legislation
Over the summer, the Minnesota Legislature passed a bill overhauling Minnesota’s expungement laws by greatly expanding citizen’s abilities to seek an expungement and also giving judge’s more power to grant an expungement.
Illinois Rail Safety Week Aims to Promote Pedestrian and Vehicle Safety
According to Operation Lifesaver, you are 40 times more likely to die in a crash with a train than you are to die in a vehicle crash.
Contractors Reporting Business Benefits from Construction Safety Programs
Every year, millions of construction workers in the United States are injured on the job.
The Case for Lenity in Adolescent Sentencing
Continuing research and developments in psychology and brain science show that the biological age of maturity is actually closer to 21 or 22, if not older. Yet for legal purposes, including sentencing, society treats people as adults once they reach age 18.
Riley v. California: Warrantless searches of cell phones incident to arrest prohibited
The United States Supreme Court ruled that police generally may not, without a warrant, search digital information on a cell phone seized from an individual incident to arrest.
When Do I Need A Lawyer?
When Do I Need A Lawyer?
The Roll of Evidence in Proving Guilt
The roll of evidence in proving guilt
What happens after a DWI arrest in Texas?
What happens after a DWI arrest in Texas
Hiring an Attorney
Hiring an Attorney
Do you know the new Texas Criminal and Traffic Laws?
Below is a list of selected changes to traffic and criminal statutes that went into effect on September 1, 2011
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