Daily Archives: July 12, 2012 - 3 results

Posted 5 years ago in Government by Aaron Kase  
Police Accessing Private Cell Phone Data at a Stunning Rate

Police agencies across the country requested over 1.3 million cell phone records in 2011, according to data provided to Congress by mobile companies. What the police can and can’t ask for without a warrant is still an evolving area of law. Carriers have special teams to handle all the police requests ACLU concerned about location tracking without a warrant Various laws and policies do protect user privacy   Gray Areas of the Law Cell phone data, especially GPS location tracking, …

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Posted 5 years ago in Divorce by Jeffrey Landers  
Considering Divorce? Explore Your Options

No two marriages are the same, so it follows that no two divorces will be the same, either. If you’re contemplating divorce, you have several options about how to proceed. There are four broad categories of divorce alternatives: Do-It-Yourself (DIY), Mediation, Collaborative and Litigation. Let’s take a look at the pros and cons of each one.   Do-It-Yourself Divorce The best advice about Do-It-Yourself Divorce, is DON’T Do-It-Yourself! Divorce is very complicated, both legally and financially. You can easily make …

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Posted 5 years ago in Criminal Law by Aaron Kase  
Pimp Roundup Tip of Iceberg in Sex Trafficking Scourge

In a nationwide sting, the FBI last month arrested 104 people accused of pimping out children as young as 11 as prostitutes. It was a huge bust that involved 2,500 law enforcement officials across 57 cities, but unfortunately, when it comes to human trafficking, 104 arrests is just the tip of a very large iceberg. Human trafficking is the fastest-growing organized crime enterprise Estimates of 100,000 to 300,000 children lured into prostitution each year Arrests are a poor statistic to …

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