Blog Posts in December, 2014

The Truth About Teenagers in Adult Prisons

Teens in adult prisons are more likely to suffer physical abuse, sexual assault, and suicidal tendencies than adults, but lawmakers in North Carolina are seeking new legislature that could increase ...
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Why the U.S. Needs to Reform Mandatory Minimum Sentencing

In the United States, federal crimes can carry mandatory minimum sentences. Unfortunately, the punishment is not always commensurate with the crime. Last year, a man from Rockford, IL was serving a ...
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Drugs & Crime in America

According to the National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence, Inc. (NCADD), drug addiction can lead to criminal behavior. The NCADD explains how virtually all types of violent crime are often ...
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The Hammer Law Firm, LLC set to Teach Trial Advocacy Class

Mark A. Hammer and Nicole Chiravollatti are set to teach a class in January called Trial Advocacy II at the Saint Louis University School of Law, bringing their combined legal experience and knowledge ...
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