Can Police Take Your Phone for Evidence Without a Warrant?
The United States Constitution was written in 1787, centuries before landline telephones and automobiles became wide spread. Needless to say, with the rise of the internet and smartphone devices, many people are confused about how their legal rights apply in the digital age. Because of that, this article will answer the following questions: Can police take your phone without a…Read More »
Your Search and Seizure Rights
You'll be glad to know that, in most circumstances, law enforcement cannot just show up to your house, pull you over, or stop you on the street and search you. This is an important right afforded to you by the Fourth Amendment.Read More »
Everything You Need to Know About Warrants
It's important to be aware of what types of warrants are out there, how your rights are being protected, and what will cause a warrant to be taken out against you.Read More »
Know Your Rights at a Traffic Stop
We all know that drop in your stomach when you see blue and red lights flashing and start to hear a siren. In the moment, it’s easy to get caught up in the nervousness of the situation, but it’s important to be aware of your rights to ensure that they aren’t being violated and to keep you safe and out…Read More »
Is Sexual Assault a Felony?
Sex crimes are some of the most serious violent crimes, often resulting in felony charges, the need to register as a sex offender, and long-lasting consequences. It's also nearly impossible in most states to ever remove the charges from a criminal record, and being on a sex registry is also pretty permanent. This may be one of the more difficult…Read More »
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