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July 2019 Archives

How a juvenile criminal offense could impact your child

Teenagers and young adults don't have fully formed frontal lobes. The part of the brain that may help people understand the consequences of their actions is still in the process of developing and maturing until people are in their mid-20s. In a way, it is particularly difficult for parents that the bodies of teenagers mature more quickly than their brains do.

Report undercuts claims of civil asset forfeiture proponents

Any discussion of the police tactic/tool known as civil asset forfeiture might logically begin with a nod to its sheer magnitude. Reportedly, state and federal law enforcers have employed forfeiture against a ballpark figure of 10 million people across the United States The spoils they have reaped through doing so are inarguably impressive.

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