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Juvenile Delinquency: Definition, Theories and Facts

We are here to explain about Common Causes Of Delinquency on base of researchers. The trouble on action of Juvenile Delinquency can be different, the action by the court is different in comparison to the adult. Juvenile delinquency is often the term used for children (age between 10-17) who partake in mischievous or rule-breaking acts. When…

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Internet Crimes: Types and Preventive Measures

Internet Crimes

There are many positive things that can be said about the Internet. It has opened up the world and made it a smaller place. People can connect from around the world and positive things happen from those connections. The Internet has a vast wealth of knowledge and resources that help make the world a better…

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Wisconsin Drone Laws

Drones have recently made a huge impact on the country. What used to be reserved for the highest level of military intelligence can now be bought on Amazon for under $50. These flying menaces are now zipping across the skies all over the country. Wisconsin Drone Laws have been applied in Wisconsin state.   While drones can…

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Score One for Mark

Our esteemed partner has done it again. Mark Powers has successfully campaigned his way to a re-election to Municipal Judge for the North Prairie Joint Municipal Court. This re-election is a fantastic achievement for Mark and the firm. It is a testament to his knowledge of law and dedication to serving his community. As a…

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How Does Attorney Client Privilege Work?

What Is Attorney-Client Privilege? The word “privilege” typically refers to a reward or incentive, but it means something different when referring to attorney-client privilege. This applies in both spoken conversation and written communication. In a legal setting, privilege can refer to a benefit, advantage or immunity, but most often is used in exempting information from…

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Alicia’s Law Creates Unexpected Controversy

Assembly Bill 666 (that’s really the name of the bill) more commonly known as “Alicia’s Law” was recently passed by state lawmakers. In short, this bill gives administrative subpoena power to the state Attorney General, and expands jailhouse strip searches.   The bill focuses on subpoenas for internet records for those suspected of internet sex…

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When Can The Police Search Your Car?

You get pulled over, do you know what your rights are? Traffic stops can cause a lot of stress and confusion if you don’t know what your rights are. There are lots of different situations where different rights apply, but for the sake of this blog, we’re going to focus on when can the police…

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Lifelong GPS Tracking Ankle Bracelet

GPS tracking ankle bracelet become somewhat of a pop culture topic thanks to Lindsay Lohan, Martha Stewart, and the movie Disturbia. These modern marvels allow law enforcement to keep tabs on individuals put on house arrest.   Most people are familiar with the concept of the tracking bracelet, and most people don’t have a huge…

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Mark it Zero!

Well you don’t see this everyday. A man in Spring Valley has been charged with a second-degree felony of recklessly endangering safety. This charge is pretty broad and there are lots of ways to get hit with it. However, this man has invited a new and exciting way to be charged. Ricky Thorne, the man…

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Rapids Wisconsin: New Heroin Hub

Heroin has become big business for the city of Rapids, Wisconsin. This town, with only a population of a little over 18,000, is earning an unfortunate reputation for being the heroin distribution center for central Wisconsin. This surge in drug activity is causing crime rates to spike and major public health problems. Local police are…

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