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  • How Is Mail Fraud Defined in Wisconsin?
    How Is Mail Fraud Defined in Wisconsin?

    Key Elements of State & Federal Mail Fraud Any fraud that involves US mail is mail fraud. Whether it’s committed in the mail, by phone or online, this crime is not taken lightly in Wisconsin and the ...

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  • Can Felons Vote in Wisconsin?
    Can Felons Vote in Wisconsin?

    As U.S. citizens (who are at least 18 years old), voting is one of the most important rights and responsibilities we have, giving us the opportunity to elect government officials who represent our ...

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  • Are Fireworks Legal in Wisconsin?
    Are Fireworks Legal in Wisconsin?

    In Wisconsin and in the rest of the United States, we celebrate our nation’s independence on the fourth of July with barbeques, parades, and especially fireworks. Although many people leave the ...

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  • Wisconsin's Three Strikes Law Explained
    Wisconsin's Three Strikes Law Explained

    Wisconsin is one of 28 total states which have laws which impose heavier sentences for repeat offenders. These laws, often referred to as “Three Strikes” laws, are created with the intent to keep ...

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  • Assault & Battery: Two Very Different Offenses
    Assault & Battery: Two Very Different Offenses

    Did you know assault and battery are actually two separate criminal charges? People frequently use the term “ assault and battery ” to lump these two offenses together to refer to the same crime, ...

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  • Marijuana Laws in Wisconsin
    Marijuana Laws in Wisconsin

    While other states have legalized the recreational use of marijuana, Wisconsin still maintains strict laws prohibiting the possession, distribution, and cultivation of marijuana. Marijuana charges can ...

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