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Internet chat rooms are becoming more and more a significant part of an ever-increasing online life, especially for new generations.  As we all know, there is an ever rising number of children that are in danger of being targeted by Pedophiles and other undesirables through chat rooms and other social media platforms that are becoming […]

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. […]

“I’ve turned into — my name I’m going to change to is Josh James Hoey.  I’m not Mr. Mir Islam anymore, that has ended a long time ago.” Mir Islam, 11 July 2016, to a federal Judge.  This then, I must guess, is the would-be tale of what Mr. Hoey did with the freedom he […]

Getting Domestic Violence Charges Dropped (aka Dismissed) Domestic violence charges are serious and charges can be legitimate or illegitimate.   These charges can be a stain on your record — getting domestic violence charges dropped is crucial and one must try to do so, if possible.  While there is no legitimate argument to support the attack […]

Sexism in the Workplace: #MeToo’s time has come, so how to we make a more respectful and equal working environment?   Photo courtesy of Pixabay by Pexels Although most governments have enacted laws prohibiting sexual harassment in the workplace, sexism is still alive and well today. Even in 2017, many people are being sexually harassed […]

 

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