5 Things You Should Know About Social Media And The Police

Posted on: 27 July 2015
You may consider what you post to your friends on your social media accounts to be protected speech and private. However, you would be wrong. Here are five reasons you should be very careful about what you post, even if you consider yourself a law-abiding citizen. 1. Police scan social media to gather information. Police officers now have special software to track social media for evidence of various types of criminal activity in real time.
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Have You Become A Partner In Serious Crime?

Posted on: 18 June 2015
Things started innocently for you at least. You may have only wanted a pal or a love interest to make your life feel complete. Now you are helping someone engage in seriously illegal activity, perhaps even something violent. How did things come this far and what can you do? You Were Chosen If you have partnered up with someone who has antisocial traits, they probably chose you as a potential partner, whether as a friend, lover, or spouse.
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Mistakes to Avoid If You Are Facing Sexual Harassment in a Workplace

Posted on: 8 June 2015
Sexual harassment is a criminal offense. You have the right to take legal action against the person who is harassing you. Hiring a criminal lawyer is a good way of starting your legal redress process, but you can also make the process easier by avoiding these mistakes: Not Showing That the Behaviors Is Unwanted Sexual harassment is unwelcome sexual advances, and the best way of showing that a behavior is unwelcome is to tell the harasser to stop.
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Defending Yourself Against Criminal Charges

Posted on: 7 May 2015
If you have been accused of a crime, your first step is to find a defense attorney who can help you with the case. The attorney can look at the facts of your case and try to conjure a defense strategy that can help you avoid a guilty verdict, or at least reduce the punishment handed down to you. The law requires that all charges against you are proven beyond reasonable doubt.
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