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Options for First-Time Drug Offenders in Arizona

Options for First-Time Drug Offenders in Arizona

Why You Shouldn’t Use Your Fingerprints to Lock Your Phone

Why You Shouldn’t Use Your Fingerprints to Lock Your Phone

Students Accused of UPA Receive Higher Levels of Due Process than Students Accused of Rape

Comparison of Due Process and Fairness Provided to Students Charged With Minor Violations of the Code of Conduct Like UPA vs. Serious Crimes Like Sexual Assault.

Misconceptions about Arrest

Three misconceptions about being arrested.

Secretive (In)justice on Georgia College Campuses

Georgia colleges and universities continue to violate students' federal and state Constitutional rights trying to adhere to wrongheaded directions regarding Title IX.

Straw and Spitball constitute weapons under Georgia law

Even a straw and spitball constitute violations of Georgia's weapons on campus laws.

The Collateral Consequences of a Criminal Conviction in Maryland

When most people think about the consequences of a criminal conviction, they think about penalties like fines, probation, community service, and jail time.

Information About Your Miranda Rights

Criminal suspects and defendants may believe they are simply at the mercy of the police and prosecutors. However, if you have been arrested or otherwise detained, you have many rights under the Constitution and violations of these rights can be used in your defense against your charges.

Using an Alibi to Defend Against Criminal Charges

Simply put, an alibi defense is a defense against criminal allegations that states the defendant was in another place at the time of the crime, so they could not have possibly been involved in committing the crime

Know Your Legal Rights If Stopped By the Police

If you’re stopped by the police, will you know your legal rights? Maryland DUI lawyer Randolph Rice has prepared this helpful guide if you are stopped for a DUI investigation in Maryland.

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