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What’s the difference between DUI and DWI?

The driving industry itself has loads of problems. These arise from people not paying respect to rules and regulations. As a result, the government enforces strict measures and charges to overcome these. The meaning of DUI and DWI DUI stands for “Driving Under the Influence.” And DWI means “Driving While Impaired/Intoxicated.”  Both these acronyms highlight …

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Domestic Battery is a sub-category of Domestic Violence. It involves the physical attack of an intimate partner or other relatives. The severity of the victim's injuries determines the type of felony/misdemeanor. And it also defines the penalty that can range from 1 - 10 years imprisonme
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What is Domestic Battery?

Domestic Violence is increasing every day. In May 2021, a survey found there were about 24,000 Domestic Violence cases in Mexico alone. Domestic Battery is somewhat similar – the use of force against someone. What is domestic abuse? Domestic abuse, a.k.a Domestic Violence, is the act of asserting dominance over your intimate partner. Or towards …

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Rebellion or Insurrection
Criminal

Inciting to Rebellion or Insurrection

We are proud to call our country the land of the free and the home of the brave, but despite that, there’s a limit to how much we can consider ourselves to be free and how much bravery we can display while abiding by the federal law before it can sprout civil disorder. All rights …

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Criminal

What is the difference between civil law and criminal law?

Laws can be classified in various ways. Among the two broad classifications of law are civil and criminal laws. Civil laws deal with the private rights of people. These laws are used when individual rules have been violated. The violation may include injury to an individual and business or corporation disputes. On the other hand, …

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Taser
Criminal

How Old do You Have to be to Own a Taser?

Tasers are a pistol-like electrical device that shoots small darts that emit electrical charges of up to 20000 volts. This voltage is strong to disable a person if it comes into contact. These electrical charges work by disrupting the person’s neuromuscular system, thus hindering the person. Are stun guns legal in all 50 states? Well, …

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