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Has your ex made false allegations against you? It’s common for tensions to run high during a divorce. Many couples argue and behave in underhanded ways to deal with the difficulty they’re having with the end of their relationship. It’s stressful and unfortunate, but eventually, things calm down and ex-spouses move on. But unfortunately, in […]

What can you do if you’re accused of possessing illegal porn? There’s no denying that people intentionally seeking illegal pornographic materials, much of which features minors, deserve to face legal consequences. But what about people who accidentally end up in possession of illegal pornography? Modern technology allows for the simple and rapid exchange of all […]

Is your child on the spectrum and been accused of a crime? Children with autism benefit from a variety of different laws created to protect them. Your child’s diagnosis also plays a role in his or her defense. How does the law protect people with autism? Here’s what you need to know. What is Autism? […]

If you or someone you care about has been accused of date rape, you need to speak to an attorney. Guilty or not, your situation is serious. Even if criminal charges are not filed against you or you are not convicted, being accused of date rape can ruin your life. Innocent people accused of things […]

Unemployment Insurance Fraud Unemployment insurance, also called UI or just unemployment, is a program that helps out-of-work Americans. Over the last several months since the COVID-19 pandemic began, millions of Americans have filed for unemployment through their state programs. This has resulted in an uptick in accusations of unemployment insurance fraud. Unemployment insurance programs across […]

Selling Fake Drugs Selling illegal drugs or selling legal drugs without the proper authority to do so is illegal. But what if you sell something that is not really a drug or that is not the drug you claimed it to be? Can selling fake drugs get you into legal trouble? Yes. It’s a plain […]

Contradictory Verdict The Colorado Supreme Court recently upheld what appeared to be a contradictory verdict.  The court split 6-1 in favor of the defendant Michael W. Struckmeyer’s convictions. Struckmeyer was found guilty of two counts of child abuse after a child under his care suffered a traumatic brain injury. According to at least one medical […]

Punishment for Human Trafficking Crimes The problem with modern human trafficking in the United States and around the globe has reached an epidemic level and in response, lawmakers continue to update and enact new laws to combat the issue. Recently, President Trump signed the Allow States and Victims to Fight Online Sex Trafficking Act (FOSTA) […]

If you have been arrested and you are being questioned by law enforcement, they will do whatever is legally permitted to get a confession. Their number one goal is to solve the crime and they want to accomplish this as efficiently as they can, so they can move on to the next case. Unfortunately, there […]

  Anyone who has seen a television drama based on law enforcement and judicial proceedings knows how intense things can get “in the interrogation room.” In many ways, these situations are not an exaggeration. Law enforcement officials will take whatever legal means necessary to extract a confession from a suspect. Their job is to solve […]



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