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How a Conviction Can Get in the Way of Your Travel Plans

A criminal conviction can affect your life in many ways, from your ability to attain the jobs you want to your freedom to travel. The travel difficulties faced by individuals varies by offense and conviction, making it essential to understand how the charges you…

Wisconsin’s Wackiest Laws

Wisconsin is one of America’s northernmost states, boasting an extensive coastline along the Great Lakes, a diverse and beautiful landscape, and lots and lots of cows. As America’s Dairyland, Wisconsin is home to more than 5 million proud Cheeseheads along with a handful of…

A Look at Iowa’s Dumbest Laws

Aside from being a state that is famously forgotten between presidential elections due to its low population and endlessly flat topography covered in corn fields, Iowa is home to a wealth of dumb and downright weird laws that might help you remember that the…

South Dakota: Majestic Mountains and Ludicrous Laws

You might know South Dakota as the home of one of America’s most recognizable monuments, Mount Rushmore. However, South Dakota offer much more than finely sculpted mountain ranges. It offers a rich tapestry of fun qualities, including the 5th lowest population of any state,…

Domestic Violence: Child Abuse

“My kid did something wrong and I disciplined her for it: I spanked her. Now, I am charged with a domestic violence assault crime and the Department of Child Safety ( formerly Child Protective Services or CPS) is in my life. How can this…

What Constitutes a Felony?

When facing criminal charges, it is important to understand what kind of crime you are being accused of. Felonies are the most severe of crimes, and they have the most serious punishments, which often include prison or jail time and significant fines. Because the…

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