Blog Posts in May, 2017

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  • Teacher Accused of Dwi Following Alleged Evasion of Arrest
    Teacher Accused of Dwi Following Alleged Evasion of Arrest

    Attempting to evade a traffic stop can increase suspicion of criminal activity. Individuals who try to avoid or outrun authorities while driving often face severe consequences and additional charges ...

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  • 3 Ways States Are Challenging Asset Forfeiture Laws
    3 Ways States Are Challenging Asset Forfeiture Laws

    Being accused of criminal conduct like embezzlement can be enormously upsetting, particularly if you have never been in trouble with the law before. There are many difficult lessons you can wind up ...

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  • Sessions: Prosecutors Are to Seek Mandatory Minimum Drug Sentences
    Sessions: Prosecutors Are to Seek Mandatory Minimum Drug Sentences

    U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions issued a policy memo on Friday directing all federal prosecutors to seek "a reasonable sentence" under the federal sentencing guidelines as currently written. This ...

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  • Motorist Rights at Dwi Checkpoints
    Motorist Rights at Dwi Checkpoints

    It's Thursday night at 10 p.m., and you're ready to go home. A few hours earlier, your co-workers invited to you to a happy hour to celebrate a long holiday weekend. Two drinks turned into dinner on ...

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