Monthly Archives: September 2018

Examples of Federal Laws That Conflict With State Laws

Just because an act is legal under state law does not mean it is legal under Federal law, and vice versa. Continue reading to learn a couple of examples that fit this scenario, as well as, what you should do … Continue reading

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The 3 Elements of a Valid Search Warrant

Your Fourth Amendment right permits you to a certain degree of privacy, and in most cases, law enforcement must obtain a warrant in order to legally perform a search and seizure event on your home, office, storage unit, car, or … Continue reading

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Frequently Asked Questions About White Collar Crimes

If someone you love is facing serious felony charges for a white collar crime, you may be scared and confused. It can help alleviate your stress and discomfort by learning a little more about white collar crimes and criminal defense. … Continue reading

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Is a Park Ranger an Actual Police Officer?

Last week, we covered information regarding common camping crimes. In the past, we have also discussed the difference between a security guard and a cop. But in this week’s blog, we will take a closer look at the duties and … Continue reading

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4 Ways You Can Break the Law on Your Camping Trip

The end of summer is approaching, making it prime-time for camping trips. Just be sure to avoid any behaviors that are illegal under state and federal law while enjoying the wilderness with your friends and family. Remember: just because you … Continue reading

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