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  • “Kentucky Law DUI First Offense”

    Kentucky DUI First Offense: Definitions, Penalties, and FAQs Introduction Driving under the influence (DUI) is a serious offense that can result in severe legal consequences. The state of Kentucky has strict penalties for first-time DUI offenders. This article provides an overview of Kentucky law regarding DUI first offense, including definitions, penalties, and commonly asked questions. […] More

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    20-year-old charged with DUI causing serious bodily injury in Millhopper investigation

    Why DUI Laws Need to Be Reevaluated Introduction Recently, a 20-year-old driver was charged with DUI with serious bodily injury after an investigation of a Millhopper Road crash in June. While this is a tragic event, it should also serve as an opportunity to reevaluate our current DUI laws and how they impact individuals and […] More

  • DUI Saturation Patrol Planed For Palm Beach County – Get Ready, Safety First!

    The Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office Announces DUI Saturation Patrol The Importance of DUI Enforcement Driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs is a major issue that can lead to serious accidents and injuries. Studies have shown that impaired driving is a leading cause of fatalities on our roads. The Palm Beach County Sheriff’s […] More

  • CCSO Deputy Arrested for Suspicion of DUI While on Duty – Clay Today

    Deputy Arrested for DUI While on Duty A deputy from the Clay County Sheriff’s Office was arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol while on duty. The incident occurred on Friday, Dec. 1, when Deputy Austin Leonard Wiser was involved in a rear-end vehicle collision at the intersection of County Road 218 and Blanding […] More

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    Man from University Park Lands DUI Charge in Park Forest

    The Legal Implications of DUI Charges in Illinois University Park Man Arrested on Suspicion of DUI Anthony G. Brown, a University Park man, was recently arrested on October 1st, after being found sleeping in his car in the driveway of a home on Springfield Street by Park Forest police. The man had insisted that he […] More

  • Anti-abortion Justice recuses self from abortion case

    Arizona Supreme Court Judge Recuses Himself from Abortion Case Background An Arizona Supreme Court judge has announced his recusal from a case that could affect the future of abortion access in the state. The case revolves around a lawsuit over whether a near-total abortion ban from 1864 should be reinstated, carrying with it mandatory prison […] More

  • Supreme Court Takes Up Case to Rule Out Wealth Tax

    The Supreme Court Takes Up the Case of a Washington Couple’s Tax Bill A Test for Never-Enacted Tax on Wealth The United States Supreme Court is set to hear arguments today regarding a case over a Washington couple’s $15,000 tax bill. The case is being seen as a test for a never-enacted tax on wealth. […] More

  • “ClientEarth Biodiversity Legal Risk Report: Insights from The National Law Review”

    The Legal Risks Associated with Biodiversity Loss in Agriculture and Seafood Industries On September 27, 2023, ClientEarth, an environmental law organization, released a report focused on legal risk associated with biodiversity loss in the agriculture and seafood sectors. The report also covers the currently applicable legislation and recommendations to mitigate the said risk. Dependence on […] More

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    US appeals court rules Trump can be sued over January 6 Capitol attack

    Donald Trump: A Legal Update Trump faces civil lawsuits over his role in Capitol riot A US court of appeals has ruled that former President Donald Trump must face civil lawsuits over his role in the January 6th, 2021 attack on the Capitol Building by his supporters. The ruling rejected Trump’s claim that he was […] More

  • Tennessee’s HIV+ penalties deemed discriminatory by Justice Department

    Tennessee’s Lifetime Registration for Sex Workers with HIV Violates ADA The U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) has found that Tennessee’s aggravated prostitution law, which enforces lifetime registration as a “violent sex offender” for those convicted of engaging in sex work while living with HIV, violates the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). This law, which is […] More

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