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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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Can Parents Be Held Liable for their Kids’ Crimes?

Many parents view their own kid’s bad behavior as a way of them letting off steam, or even the result of them being thrown into socially and emotionally-charged environments or situations (i.e. school, divorce, death in the family, relocating, health … Continue reading

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Are Synthetic Drugs Illegal?

Synthetic drugs are artificial versions of well-known illegal street drugs like marijuana, cocaine, and heroin. They have gained a substantial amount of popularity over the years because they give similar highs at a lower cost. From marijuana knock-offs like Spice … Continue reading

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Indiana’s Specialized Driving Privileges May Be Your Solution to a Suspended License

Was your license suspended by the court? Or perhaps the DMV? For whatever reason your licensed was temporarily suspended, you may still have a chance to get your driving privileges back. What was once referred to as “hardship” or “probationary” … Continue reading

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What Happens to Foreign Nationals that Commit Crimes in the United States?

The United States Immigration and Customs Enforcement Office, or ICE, enforce various federal laws concerning border control, immigration, trade, and customs for the United States of America, in order to uphold homeland security and public safety. They do everything in … Continue reading

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