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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 Criminal Defense

  • 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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  • 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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  • Child Porn and Teens: What Every Parent Needs to Know

    In today's age of the Internet, it can be very easy to be exposed to a lot of things, especially through social media channels. It is true that once ...

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  • Federal Child Pornography Sentencing Guidelines

    With the advancement of the Internet, more people are being charged with child pornography crimes. The charges for individuals vary based on the ...

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  • What is Reckless Driving in Kansas?

    In Kansas, reckless driving means operating a vehicle in an intentional or wanton disregard for another person’s or property’s safety, placing them in ...

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  • College Students Accused of Sex Crimes Need an Attorney ASAP

    Accusations of sexual misconduct are common, and allegations are often more pervasive in college settings. In fact, many students find themselves ...

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  • Understanding Kansas Sex Crimes

    Surprisingly, every state’s laws are different, which means Kansas defines crimes differently than other places. However, just as all other states in ...

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  • KS Supreme Court Strikes Down Part of Criminal Threat Law

    On October 25, 2019, the Kansas Supreme Court ruled that part of a 2010 law against making a criminal threat is unconstitutional and violates free ...

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