Archive, December 2017.

There are a few circumstances under which an individual can be charged with a felony-level DUI in Illinois. A felony DUI charge is also known as an aggravated DUI due to the presence of one or more aggravating factors, facts about the incident that render it more destructive, more severe, or due to a greater level of malice or recklessness on the offender’s part. It is possible for one’s first DUI to be charged as a felony if there are aggravating factors present in the case.
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Yes. As stories of children and adolescents losing their lives to suicide after facing harassment and torment from their peers appear again and again in the media, many states have enacted or amended laws that specifically classify cyberbullying as a crime.
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In the United States, it is illegal for an individual under the age of 18 to appear in pornographic material. It is also illegal for a consumer to intentionally purchase, possess, create, transport, distribute, or share pornographic material that features individuals under 18.
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There are certain traffic violations that you are better off accepting, paying your fine, and moving on with your life. DUI is not one of them. If you are convicted of driving under the influence of alcohol or another drug, you will face criminal and administrative penalties. It is always in your best interest to work with an experienced lawyer to fight a DUI charge.
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Being charged with a drug-related offense does not automatically mean you are heading to prison. You have many options when you are in this position, especially if you are a first time offender. One of these options is pursuing a diversion program, such as 410 probation.
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