Every year, a large number of Americans end up in jail without having been convicted of a crime. Statistics from 2018 confirm that around 490,000 of the people confined in local jails in the United States were not convicted and only imprisoned because they didn’t have enough money to post bail. Continue reading
The criminal arrest process can be distressing not just for the person who gets arrested but also for their family. If not dealt with properly, one may find themselves in a deeper problem than they started with.
Getting arrested is already a distressing ordeal. If you don’t know how to act in this situation or you’re unsure how to deal with the police, you may escalate the problem. While every situation is different and you can’t predict how yours may go down, there are a few things you can do to avoid running into bigger problems.
There’s absolutely no doubt that our world is a largely inequitable place. Whether you talk about gender, race, wealth, or any other social construct, you’ll find that the scales always tip in favor of the powerful. Amongst all these injustices, the unequal distribution of money exists: the rich keep getting richer, the poor keep getting poorer.
In most cases, a minor’s arrest is handled differently from an adult’s. Each arrested minor is dealt with according to the charges and other particulars of the case. If you’re a minor or a parent of a minor, here are all the particulars of the arrest that you should be fully aware of.
Getting arrested is not only scary; it can lead to bigger problems if not dealt with properly. If you’re based in Indiana, here are all the FAQs you should peruse to manage this situation in the best possible manner.
Many artists and rebels have used graffiti as a way of expressing themselves through their art. They use spray paints to create designs and drawings and write quotes for the world to see. While some graffiti artists aim to serve a larger purpose, many just do it for the thrill of it.
Unfortunately, we live in a world that’s largely tipped to the benefit of those who are rich while the poor face the brunt of it. Ever heard the Golden Rule “He, who has the gold, makes the rules”? It rings especially true in today’s world where the poor are prosecuted for the smallest things while the rich can get scot-free.
An arrest in the family can take a toll on all family members. The whole situation can become even more difficult if small kids are involved who have very little understanding of what’s going on. In these circumstances, it’s up to other people to offer support to the distressed family.