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Update Your Goofy Laws, Pennsylvania!

Pennsylvania holds a place of high esteem in America’s history. This state was one of the country’s 13 founding colonies, as well as the site of the drafting of the Declaration of Independence and United States Constitution. However, even a proud state such as…

Silly Laws from South Carolina

South Carolina has suffered a bit of a checkered past—less than 100 years after its admission into the United States in 1788, it was the first state to secede from the Union in 1860, prior to the Civil War. The state was readmitted in…

What to Do If You Suspect Domestic Violence

Domestic violence is defined as any type of aggressive or violent behavior that occurs within the home. This type of violence is most often instigated by a partner or spouse, and can include both physical and verbal abuse. In the state of Arizona, it…

A Look at Different Types of Drug Charges

Individuals who are arrested on a drug charge may face conviction under state or federal laws. While federal charges are often associated with longer, harsher sentences, the state of Arizona maintains several severe drug laws as well; thus, it is essential to understand the…

Seven of the Most Incredible Celebrity Domestic Violence Stories

If you even have a causal relationship with TMZ, you know that celebrities are not immune from getting into trouble. Quite the opposite, in fact! There are many ways to get into legal trouble, but one of the most common is to be charged…

Why You Can’t Always Count on Being “Innocent Until Proven Guilty”

The United States’ criminal justice system is based upon the tenet that individuals are always “innocent until proven guilty.” This means that when an individual is tried for a crime, the burden of proving his guilt rests with the prosecution. However, despite the fact…

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