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How the Penalties of a DUI Charge can Add Up

Most people know that if you are arrested for DUI, you will be facing circumstances you otherwise would not have to deal with in everyday life. These circumstances sometimes include monetary fines, community service, loss of driver’s license and other unexpected inconveniences or difficulties. Essentially, your life could change in …

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How to Defend Yourself Against a Cybercrime Accusation

Historically, white-collar crimes are not viewed as being in the same category as other criminal activity. These types of crimes are often harder to catch, harder to prove, and do not have the same stigma as other criminal activity such as violence, robberies, or illegal drug sales. But, white-collar crimes, …

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Popular TV Show Spawns Copycat Meth Cooks

Art often imitates life, or is it life imitates art? In the case of popular, fictional movies and television shows, it seems that people sometimes create their own reality based on fictitious characters and situations. Could shows like Breaking Bad influence people enough to make them take extreme measures, such …

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Scaffolding Falls – What Are My Rights?

Construction workers have dangerous jobs. Often they work on busy roadways, in buildings with unsafe equipment, or at intimidating heights. If you are a construction worker in New York, or any other state, and you are frequently required to climb on scaffolding, who is responsible for your safety? What should …

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How Safe Are Cruise Ships?

“Not another one?” We’ve all had that thought recently. That’s because over the last couple of years, news reports of cruise ship disasters have occurred with greater frequency than in the past. With threats of terrorist attacks, running aground, on board fires, and viral outbreaks, should passengers be concerned about …

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How to Avoid Brain Trauma on Your Motorcycle

It is important for all motorists to remember that driving at night can be more dangerous, regardless of whether you are on a motorcycle or in a standard passenger vehicle. After all, it is harder to see at night, and this can easily cause someone to drive off the road. …

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