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  • Can Selling Vape Cartridges Lead to Drug Crime Charges?
    Can Selling Vape Cartridges Lead to Drug Crime Charges?

    Nationwide, vaping devices have increased in popularity. They work by heating up and vaporizing a liquid that users can inhale. The liquid is housed in a container that, when empty, can be refilled ...

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  • Are There Laws When You Are Drinking White Claws?
    Are There Laws When You Are Drinking White Claws?

    Three years ago Mark Anthony Brands released a beverage called White Claw Hard Seltzer. The drink, which comes in various flavors, is labeled as a spiked sparkling water. Recently, it has increased in ...

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  • How Do Out-of-State Traffic Convictions Affect My Driving Record?
    How Do Out-of-State Traffic Convictions Affect My Driving Record?

    In Wisconsin, a traffic violation conviction could result in points being placed on your driver’s license. If you accumulate a specific amount within a given timeframe, you could lose your driving ...

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  • Is it Unconstitutional for Cops to Ask a Motorist if They Have a Weapon?
    Is it Unconstitutional for Cops to Ask a Motorist if They Have a Weapon?

    People living in the United States have various constitutional rights afforded them. One of those is the protection against unreasonable searches and seizures . If the police don’t have probable cause ...

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  • What Is the Armed Career Criminal Act?
    What Is the Armed Career Criminal Act?

    The Armed Career Criminal Act (ACCA) is a federal law that increases the mandatory sentencing for individuals with three or more convictions of felony violent crimes and/or drug offenses. Under this ...

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  • Wisconsin Supreme Court: Blood Draw Consent Can’t Be Withdrawn
    Wisconsin Supreme Court: Blood Draw Consent Can’t Be Withdrawn

    In July of 2019, the Wisconsin Supreme Court ruled that if a driver is arrested for OWI , they can’t later withdraw permission to analyze their blood. The decision came after an Oregon, Wisconsin ...

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