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Crazy Laws Out of Washington State

Most of the time, the law acts as a security blanket that helps everyone sleep a little better at night. However, there are times when the law is something of a nuisance, and still other times when it's laughably absurd. Below are some laws…

A Look at Pima County Juvenile Justice Programs

Before the age of 18 is when people see the most personal development, and when they establish many of the habits they will carry into adulthood. Many youths show troubling signs of disobedience or unlawfulness at a young age, placing their futures at great…

Understanding Arizona DUI Laws

To most people, a DUI arrest seems like something that happens to someone else. However, anyone can misjudge their drinking, get behind the wheel, and end up behind bars. All Arizona drivers should understand the DUI laws in the state and do their best…

More Ridiculous Laws That Are Still on the Books in the U.S.

All United States citizens are obligated to follow the nation’s laws. That said, there are some pretty goofy laws out there. Some laws are so goofy that they seem more like dares than legislation designed to safeguard public health. Here are a few silly…

Potential Consequences of Violating Probation

Probation is a common alternative to incarceration that is available to individuals who meet the criteria. Instead of going to jail or prison, people placed under probation supervision can live at home provided they satisfy certain terms. These terms often include refraining from drug…

Analyzing Strangest State Laws

In a free society, everything should be legal until legislators deem it to be harmful to public health. That’s the general idea that this country was founded on. If you look closely at law books around the country, however, you might suspect that some…

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