The criminal justice system has two types of juries. You might hear about the trial jury often, but you likely only hear about the grand jury in very serious cases on the news. You might not realize how these differ, but knowing a bit about this can help you if you are involved in the criminal justice system.
One of the most emotionally trying difficulties that people deal with after a brain injury is simply that it seems like no one really understands what they're dealing with or how it has changed their life. It's hard for them to connect with people. They can't find support when they need it most.
Many things happen when you decide to divorce, but they aren't going to all impact you in the same way as another person. When you are going through this situation, you need to think carefully about what you are going to do because your emotional state can have some effects on how you are going to fare. We are here to help you explore the possibilities for your divorce.
The First Amendment has long been a crucial part of the American culture, history, and judicial system. The First Amendment protects our right to say what we think and feel, with a few stipulations that involve protecting the rights of other citizens around us. One of those stipulations is that threats are not protected and are in fact a criminal act that can result in prosecution. The question is, when does an angry rant cross the line and become a legitimate threat.
Social media is part of our cultural landscape. When initiating a divorce, you should avoid sharing the most private and intimate thoughts and details with your social network.
Staying in an abusive relationship is hard, and it is unsafe. Trying to leave is often met with resistance of various types. Not only might you have to contend with your spouse's reactions when you make the decision to leave, you also have to deal with your own thoughts and emotions. Together, all of this can be complicated and challenging.