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  • Airplane Unruliness: What’s at Stake?
    Airplane Unruliness: What’s at Stake?

    Air travel has never been easier, safer, or more convenient. Many people rely on frequent flights for work, to travel to their favorite getaways, or to reconnect with their distant loved ones. ...

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  • Wisconsin Stand Your Ground Law
    Wisconsin Stand Your Ground Law

    Wisconsin Does Not Have a Stand Your Ground Law: What to Know If a person broke into your home and you needed to defend yourself, would you get in legal trouble for injuring or killing the intruder? ...

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  • Meaning of Malice in Criminal Law
    Meaning of Malice in Criminal Law

    The term “malice” is often used in criminal contexts. It is the factor that could make or break a person’s case, as malice is often a component of serious crimes. In criminal law, malice is defined as ...

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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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  • 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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