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  • Can You Go to Jail for Hitting Your Child?
    Can You Go to Jail for Hitting Your Child?

    What Is Corporal Punishment? Corporal punishment is a discipline in the form of physical punishment. Maybe you were spanked as a child when you misbehaved, but over the decades, corporal punishment ...

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  • 5 Types of Police Misconduct to Know
    5 Types of Police Misconduct to Know

    Frequent Types of Unlawful Conduct Committed by Police Did you know that government officials, such as police officers, can be prosecuted for crimes committed on the job? This fact is of a growing ...

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  • Wisconsin Hazing Law
    Wisconsin Hazing Law

    Whether you’ve joined a sports team or a fraternity/sorority, hazing is part of the initiation process. Although it is generally considered harmless fun in order to help build camaraderie, hazing that ...

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  • Hate Crimes in Wisconsin
    Hate Crimes in Wisconsin

    According to a report by the Federal Bureau of Investigation, there has been a 17-percent increase of hate crimes in the United States in 2017, which is the third year in a row of an evident rise. ...

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  • Can Juvenile Offenders be Tried as Adults in Wisconsin?
    Can Juvenile Offenders be Tried as Adults in Wisconsin?

    Milwaukee Juvenile Defense Lawyer Being arrested and charged with a criminal offense is a serious situation, whether you are an adult or a minor child. Although juvenile offenders typically go through ...

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  • Wisconsin Self-Defense Laws
    Wisconsin Self-Defense Laws

    If a person has been charged with assault or homicide in Wisconsin, one of the most common defenses which may apply to violent crimes is self-defense. In general, the use of deadly or non-deadly force ...

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