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What Is Considered An Aggravated DUI in California? In most states, getting arrested, paying bail, tried, and convicted and sent to jail and prison for driving under the influence or DUI is bad enough. After all, it does carry several penalties, some of them quite harsh especially in states that have more stringent DUI laws. […]

What You Need To Know About Gun Laws in the US The United States Constitution, through its Second Amendment, guarantees the right of Americans to bear arms. The right to own a gun, however, is not absolute. There are laws—both state and federal—that cover and limit the ownership of firearms. Here are some facts that […]

DUI – Prescription Drugs & Drugged Driving: What Should You Know When most people think of DUI, they associate it with drinking and driving. However, in all U.S. states, someone can be charged with some form of DUI for operating a vehicle while under the influence or prescription drugs or other controlled substances. This could […]

College campus discrimination against applicants convicted of a felony The Marshall Project   The Obstacle Course (“The country’s largest state university system says it doesn’t discriminate against former prison inmates. Applicants say otherwise.”) As of 2018, students who apply to a two-year or four-year college within the State University System of New York will no longer […]