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  • Helping Someone Who Committed a Felony is also a Felony
    Helping Someone Who Committed a Felony is also a Felony

    Many of us are inclined to help our friends and family when they're in need. While providing assistance with things such as moving or fixing a fence are acceptable, doing something like aiding someone ...

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  • Using Abusive Words Against a Child May Be a Crime
    Using Abusive Words Against a Child May Be a Crime

    The laws in this state are in place to ensure the well-being of every resident and visitor, which includes children. As such, Wisconsin has a statute on the books that makes it illegal to engage in ...

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  • Here’s One Party It’s Illegal to Be a
    Here’s One Party It’s Illegal to Be a "Guest" Of

    Some parties are great to be a part of; others, not so much. What are we talking about here? Being party to a crime. In Wisconsin, engaging in criminal conduct with others can result in facing charges ...

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  • What Is Wisconsin’s Law on Recklessly Endangering Safety?
    What Is Wisconsin’s Law on Recklessly Endangering Safety?

    In Wisconsin, it is illegal to engage in conduct that would put another person at risk of harm. This type of behavior is referred to as recklessly endangering safety, and it is a felony offense. ...

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  • What Is Weed Tourism?
    What Is Weed Tourism?

    In the U.S., 11 states have legalized adult recreational marijuana use. Many of these laws allow both residents and non-residents alike to possess and consume the substance. For instance, in Illinois, ...

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  • What Are the Penalties for Fleeing from an Officer in Wisconsin?
    What Are the Penalties for Fleeing from an Officer in Wisconsin?

    In Wisconsin, as in all other states, a driver is expected to obey the signals and directions of law enforcement officers. This includes pulling over when officers activate their lights and sirens. ...

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