Introduction If you’ve missed a court date for a traffic violation, the next step is to talk to the person who scheduled your court appearance and find out what your options are. If you were issued a ticket or citation in person or by mail, you are expected to appear in court on that date […]
Introduction Innocent people The United States has the highest incarceration rate in the world, Innocent people with 716 people in prison for every 100,000 residents. That’s nearly five times the rate of countries like Germany or France and nearly triple that of Canada or Great Britain. The number is even higher if you include people
Originally Published February 28th, 2020 As per 18 U.S.C. Section 1621: Perjury Generally, anyone who has taken an oath in a situation in which oaths can be administered, shall tell the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth. If they willfully do otherwise, making declarations that they do not believe to be true, they
Originally Published February 11th, 2020 Being stopped and questioned by a police officer can be stressful, especially if you are not aware of your rights. But if you have ever heard about your right to remain silent, then this only means that you have the right not to answer the question of the police officer.
Originally Published February 11th, 2020 If you know someone charged with a felony crime or if you are only curious about the felony charges in the US, then you are in the right place. Below is the discussion about some of the common felonies in the US. WHAT IS A FELONY? Felony crimes are more
Originally Published February 17th, 2020 Prison life is hard for everyone and outside emotional support does a lot to help an inmate survive in prison. That’s why prison calls are very important to both the inmate and their families. (Related: How Calling Inmates Can Change Their Lives) Inmates are allowed to call family and friends from
Originally Published February 17th, 2020 In the US, inmates are not allowed to receive calls. They can only make outgoing ones. Some facilities impose a limit on how many minutes of calls an inmate can make each month. Others let them call whenever they want as long as they don’t hog the phone to themselves.
Published February 17th, 2020 The debate over capital punishment is still going on for years. Taking someone’s life raises moral, spiritual, economic, and political concerns. While some states rewrote their death penalty statutes that lead to an increase in the number of executions, it now began to decline, as shown in the recent death penalty
Originally Published February 25th, 2020 Life after prison can be hard and frustrating, especially during the transition phase. There are times that people may not fully accept you once you get back to the community. The stigma may always be there. That’s why it’s important to know how you can adjust and have a better
Originally Published February 25th, 2020 As of today, the United States still has the highest incarceration rate in the world. That is why ankle bracelets are now being used as an alternative to incarceration. Through electronic monitoring devices, the US is now expanding house arrest programs successfully. They believe that these devices are part of