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"ban the box" law prohibits criminal history requests on employment applications

Some Vermont employers and employees still unclear on effect of Vermont "Ban the Box" statute, which generally prohibits employers from asking about criminal history on the initial employment application.

Did you know?… a conviction for dui could make it illegal for you to drink

Did you know?… A conviction for DUI could make it illegal for you to drink

Tn legislature considering bill to allow alcohol sales 7 days a week

TN Legislature Considering Bill to Allow Alcohol Sales 7 Days a Week

A look into the future with self-driving cars…

A look into the future with self-driving cars…

Cinco de mayo, kentucky derby, beer, bourbon and bbq festival

Cinco De Mayo, Kentucky Derby, Beer, Bourbon and BBQ Festival – Be Careful Knoxville, Law Enforcement Will Be Watching for DUI and Public Intoxication

Tennessee boating laws are changing just before your 4th of july celebrations – find out what the changes are and how they affect you

Tennessee Boating Laws Are Changing Just Before Your 4th Of July Celebrations – Find Out What The Changes Are And How They Affect You

Know your rights: what to do and say when dealing with the police

The right to remain silent originates in the Fifth Amendment of the United States Constitution, which says, “No person…shall be compelled in any criminal case to be a witness against himself…”

College crimes homecoming can lead to criminal charges

Although Homecoming offers a fun opportunity for alumni to gather at their former college, homecoming can also lead to criminal charges and college crime charges for unsuspecting students.

Ntsb warns about rise in drug-impaired driving

The National Transportation Safety Board has called for police officers in Pennsylvania and around the country to be provided with a standardized roadside test to determine whether or not motorists are driving under the influence of drugs.