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Is It Against the Law to Look in Other People's Windows?
Is It Against the Law to Look in Other People's Windows?

When someone's in their own home, they have a reasonable expectation of privacy. Meaning, whether they're in their kitchen, bedroom, or living room, they likely feel that they are free from unwanted surveillance from others. If an individual looks through the windows of ...

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Blog Posts in 2020

  • Is It Possible to be Charged with a Federal DUI?

    You might know that you can be charged with a state crime for driving while intoxicated. But did you also know that you can be charged with a federal ...

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  • What Rights Can a Convicted Felon Lose?

    Being convicted of a felony carries with it more than possible incarceration, probation, and/or fines. It can also result in the loss of several ...

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  • How Long Does an Arrest or Conviction Stay on My Record?

    An arrest or conviction has the potential to affect you for years. You may have trouble getting a job, finding a place to live, or qualifying for ...

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  • Possession of a Controlled Substance in Kansas: A Closer Look

    All 50 states recognize and regulate controlled dangerous substances (CDS). However, each state has a say in what substances are considered controlled ...

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  • Moving Forward: A Guide to Putting Domestic Violence Behind You

    Even if you’re innocent, domestic violence charges can impact your life in ways that very few other crimes can. Simply being charged with domestic ...

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  • Repeat Domestic Violence Charges & The Lasting Consequences Explained

    With countless high-profile cases in the news spotlight over the last few years, domestic violence cases are now being handled more seriously than ...

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  • Kansas Teens Lack Protections Provided by Romeo and Juliet Laws

    The story of Romeo and Juliet is one that many of us are familiar with-- a tale of young love. What many people don’t know, however, are the laws in ...

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  • What Is a Criminal Threat?

    In Kansas, a criminal threat involves someone threatening violence against another. The threat must be communicated in some way, such as verbally or ...

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  • Is Text Harassment a Crime?

    Take this scenario: You're sending a few texts to a person you know – they could be a friend, romantic partner, or acquaintance. Although you're ...

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