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  • Are Hate Crime Laws Effective?
    Are Hate Crime Laws Effective?

    Woman Faces Hate Crime Charges for Stomping on ‘Back the Blue’ Sign A 19-year-old Utah woman was charged with a hate crime for defacing a “Back the Blue” sign in front of a police officer and ...

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  • Concurrent vs. Consecutive Sentences
    Concurrent vs. Consecutive Sentences

    Difference Between Concurrent and Consecutive Sentencing Are you facing charges for multiple crimes? You may be wondering what your sentence will look like. If you were charged for assault and ...

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  • Is Street Racing Illegal?
    Is Street Racing Illegal?

    Is Drag Racing Legal? Wisconsin statutes specifically state that “no operator of a motor vehicle shall participate in any race or speed or endurance contest upon any highway.” The penalty for street ...

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  • Drake Bell Charged for Crimes Against a Child
    Drake Bell Charged for Crimes Against a Child

    Drake Bell of ‘Drake and Josh’ Punished for Crimes Against a Child Former Nickelodeon TV show star Drake Bell was charged and sentenced on multiple charges involving crimes against a child. These ...

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  • What Does My Lewd Conduct Charge Mean?
    What Does My Lewd Conduct Charge Mean?

    What Is Lewd & Lascivious Conduct? A common offense that people commit during the summertime, in particular, is lewd and lascivious behavior. People of all ages, especially young people, are eager to ...

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  • Robbery vs. Burglary: What’s the Difference?
    Robbery vs. Burglary: What’s the Difference?

    Difference Between Robbery and Burglary Explained A popular misconception is that robbery and burglary are the same. That is not true, because while robbery and burglary are considered theft crimes, ...

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