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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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  • Is Criminal Damage to Property a Felony Offense in Wisconsin?
    Is Criminal Damage to Property a Felony Offense in Wisconsin?

    Broadly defined, criminal damaging is when someone destroys another person's property without the owner's consent. In Wisconsin, if a person commits this offense, they could be charged with either a ...

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  • What Are the Penalties for Bail Jumping?
    What Are the Penalties for Bail Jumping?

    When a person is arrested for an offense, they may be placed in jail. Because everyone is presumed innocent until proven guilty and it can be a while before criminal proceedings for the case begin, ...

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  • Modern-Day ‘Pirates’ Being Charged with Theft
    Modern-Day ‘Pirates’ Being Charged with Theft

    People have busy lives and often don’t have time after work, school, or other obligations to go shopping at brick-and-mortar stores. Instead, they head online and purchase what they need from sites ...

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  • How Can a Prosecutor Pursue a Case Years After the Alleged Crime?
    How Can a Prosecutor Pursue a Case Years After the Alleged Crime?

    In Wisconsin, if a prosecutor plans to pursue a criminal case against an individual, they must do so within a specific time period – known as the statute of limitations. If they do not file a ...

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