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  • What Should Be Done in the Aftermath of a Car Accident to Avoid Criminal Charges?
    What Should Be Done in the Aftermath of a Car Accident to Avoid Criminal Charges?

    Car accidents happen every day, and the chances of a person being involved in one are relatively high. Up to 50 million people are involved in car accidents across the globe each year, and 1.35 ...

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  • Are All Federal Crimes Felonies?
    Are All Federal Crimes Felonies?

    The classification of crimes can be confusing. Many factors are considered when a crime is being categorized, such as when and where it took place, how many people were involved, how old they were, ...

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  • Your Internet Browsing History and Its Use in Court
    Your Internet Browsing History and Its Use in Court

    The average person spends at least part of their day accessing the internet, be it for work, for school, or personal use. While most people use the internet to simplify daily tasks such as banking and ...

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  • Highest Incarceration Rate in the World
    Highest Incarceration Rate in the World

    US Incarceration Rate at Its Lowest Since 1995 The Pew Research Center (PRC) reports that the US incarceration rate fell in 2019 to its lowest level since 1995, according to data from the Bureau of ...

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  • Wisconsin Gambling Laws
    Wisconsin Gambling Laws

    Is Gambling in Wisconsin Illegal? For starters, Wisconsin’s gambling laws do not compare to those in Las Vegas. However, some types of gambling are legal in certain areas within the state. Casinos ...

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  • Is an Accidental Fire Considered Arson?
    Is an Accidental Fire Considered Arson?

    Can You Go to Jail for Accidentally Starting a Fire? Weather is the most important factor that influences how fires start and spread , according to the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources. The ...

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