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  • Buffalo & Uvalde Mass Shootings Spur Bipartisan Gun Bill
    Buffalo & Uvalde Mass Shootings Spur Bipartisan Gun Bill

    President Joe Biden signed into law a bipartisan gun bill less than two months after a shooter killed 10 people in Buffalo, NY, and one month after 19 were killed in Uvalde, TX. The Bipartisan Safer ...

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  • What Makes a Wisconsin Drug Kingpin?
    What Makes a Wisconsin Drug Kingpin?

    Green Bay. Watertown. Milwaukee. These and other Wisconsin cites are locations where federal and state agents have uncovered massive drug operations. Drug kingpins are not just stereotypes found in ...

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  • Drug Offenses Account for 31% of All Federal Crimes
    Drug Offenses Account for 31% of All Federal Crimes

    Drug crimes overtook immigration offenses as the most common federal crime in fiscal year 2021 (FY2021). Drug possession crimes saw a decrease, while drug trafficking cases went up. Overall, there ...

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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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