Month: March 2017

Mar. 30 2017

Meth for a Video Game System? Yes, That’s a Crime in Illinois

Meth for a Video Game System - Yes, That's a Crime in Illinois
Posted By: Sami Azhari

Meth for a Video Game System - Yes, That's a Crime in Illinois

Stealing is a crime. Stealing in order to obtain meth may bring more serious charges if you are caught with the drug. The person who offers to trade meth in order to get you to commit theft, though? They’re probably …

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Mar. 21 2017

When Is Theft a Federal Crime?

When Is Theft a Federal Crime
Posted By: Sami Azhari
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When Is Theft a Federal Crime

Stealing doesn’t seem like it should be a federal crime. After all, why should the feds get involved if someone rips off a Walmart or takes another person’s car?

It is true that, for the most part, the feds don’t …

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Mar. 16 2017

Avoid Chicago Assault Charges This St. Patrick’s Day

Avoid Chicago Assault Charges This St. Patrick's Day
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Avoid Chicago Assault Charges This St. Patrick's Day

We’ve all heard of “the fighting Irish,” but that’s a sports team – not a way to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. Unfortunately, for many in the Chicago area who decide to mark the holiday by enjoying a few drinks with …

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Mar. 8 2017

What Domestic Violence Nonprofits Really Need Is Resources

What Domestic Violence Nonprofits Really Need Is Resources
Posted By: Sami Azhari
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What Domestic Violence Nonprofits Really Need Is Resources

Nonprofit organizations that focus on curbing the domestic violence epidemic and helping survivors do incredibly important work. Some domestic violence organizations help people take legal action against their abusers, while others focus on educating survivors and giving them the tools …

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Mar. 3 2017

5 Different Types of Burglary Charges You Can Face in Illinois

5 Different Types of Burglary Charges You Can Face in Illinois
Posted By: Sami Azhari

5 Different Types of Burglary Charges You Can Face in Illinois

Our cultural image of burglary typically involves a man in a mask breaking in to someone else’s property under cover of night and loading up on any valuables that aren’t tied down. The state of Illinois, however, takes a broader …

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