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Maine Justice: Dumb Laws from America’s Northeast

Maine is a state known for its northeastern charm, delicious local seafood, and rocky coastline, but there are a few crazy laws in the state that help to define its unique identity even further. For example, it is illegal in the state of Maine…

Heading Down South? Beware of these Loony Laws in Louisiana!

In the home state of the Big Easy, you might expect that there are some crazy laws to govern the nation’s most party-friendly city. In fact, New Orleans itself has a few wacky laws, including the prohibition of “fancy” bike riding. Throughout the state…

No Ice Cream Cones in Your Back Pocket: Strange Alabama State Laws

Every state has a handful of strange and silly laws, and Alabama is no exception to the rule with laws on the books stating that you are not allowed to carry ice cream cones in your back pocket or flick boogers into the wind.…

Examples of Juvenile Crime Charges

Juvenile crimes are crimes committed by an individual aged eight or older but less than 18 years of age in Arizona. Crimes committed by minors are often treated differently than adult crimes, but should still be considered a serious situation. If your child has…

Crazy Laws: Weirdly Illegal Acts in Arizona

Like many strange laws still on the books in Arizona, you can face criminal charges for cutting down a cactus. Arizona’s history dates back hundreds of years to the days of cowboys, and some of the laws have remained through the years. For example,…

Repealing Colorado’s Ban on Sunday Liquor Sales

Effective July 1, 2008, Colorado’s Senate Bill 82 officially lifted the ban on liquor sales on Sundays. This ended a sales ban that had been in effect since Prohibition days, which banned liquor stores from selling wine, beer, and other spirits on Sundays. In…

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