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The Internet has made it possible for people all over the world to communicate with one another who probably never would have otherwise met. However, it has also opened the doors for many types of scammers with intentions that are less than honorable,…

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The charge of assault can be a misdemeanor or a felony, depending upon the circumstances of the assault. Either charge is serious and can result in fines as well as jail or prison time. That’s why it’s important to know how an assault…

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Any crime that involves violence is considered a serious crime and usually has severe penalties. However, acts of violence can sometimes be committed for reasons that do not make someone into a criminal. If you’ve been arrested for …

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If you’ve been charged with the possession, sale, or manufacture of an illegal drug, you are facing a serious charge that can potentially alter your life. Having a drug charge on your record can jeopardize your professional reputation…

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If you’ve been charged with a crime, you’re scared and unsure of what the future may bring. The police may be asking you questions that confuse you, and you’re not sure what to do or say. The smart thing to do is to call a criminal…

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Possession or distribution of child pornography is a serious crime under federal law. Having a charge of child pornography on your criminal record is embarrassing and can ruin your personal and professional reputation, having painful repercussions…

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There isn’t a charge in all of the fields of law that is more serious than that of homicide. However, the penalties for this charge may vary greatly according to what degree of homicide a person is charged with. It is not always necessary…

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Robbery is the theft of someone’s property by using force or intimidation. In general, robbery is considered to be a third-degree felony, but if someone sustained bodily injury during the robbery, it then becomes a second-degree felony,…

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Because of recent tragic events like school shootings, the laws that regulate guns in the U.S. are constantly changing and sometimes it’s a challenge to know what is legal and what is not. The state of Pennsylvania is an “open carry”…

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Those who work in a public office are expected to conduct themselves with integrity at all times, having the best interests of those they serve in mind. Historically, however, some of these officials have failed to do so, and such cases often…

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