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  • What Happens if I’m Caught with Drug Paraphernalia?
    What Happens if I’m Caught with Drug Paraphernalia?

    How Serious Is a Drug Paraphernalia Charge? The Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) defines drug paraphernalia as any equipment, product, or material that is primarily intended or designed for ...

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  • The “CSI Effect” on Jurors
    The “CSI Effect” on Jurors

    How the CSI Effect May Affect You Jurors are tasked with determining whether or not a defendant is guilty, but are they reliable? As a refresher, a jury is a group of people from various sectors of a ...

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  • 3 Flaws in Criminal Investigations
    3 Flaws in Criminal Investigations

    Criminal Investigations Aren’t Always Reliable The criminal justice system is notoriously flawed. While many people argue that the justice system is, well, unjust, we examine what factors play a role ...

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

    In July of 2019, police responded to a call regarding two men who were slumped down in a vehicle. An ambulance arrived on the scene, blocking the car between two others. As paramedics were about to ...

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  • Is it Illegal to Be a Passenger in a Stolen Vehicle?
    Is it Illegal to Be a Passenger in a Stolen Vehicle?

    In Wisconsin, it’s illegal for a person to have physical control over a car without first having received the owner’s consent to drive it. Under statute 943.23(4m), it is also a crime to be a ...

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  • Crimeless Revocations: Sent Back to Prison for Rule Violations
    Crimeless Revocations: Sent Back to Prison for Rule Violations

    According to the Wisconsin Department of Corrections, in 2017, nearly 40% of the state’s prison population was made up of people sent back because of a parole or probation violation . Many of the ...

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