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US federal judge finds man guilty of four misdemeanor charges relating to Capitol breach

JURIST

A US District Court for the District of Columbia judge Friday found a man guilty of all four misdemeanor charges against him relating to the US Capitol breach on January 6 last year. The post US federal judge finds man guilty of four misdemeanor charges relating to Capitol breach appeared first on JURIST - News.

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“Ohio Supreme Court Upholds Confiscating Man’s Entire Net Worth Over A Misdemeanor”

HowAppealing

“Ohio Supreme Court Upholds Confiscating Man’s Entire Net Worth Over A Misdemeanor”: Nick Sibilla has this post online at Forbes about a ruling that the Supreme Court of Ohio issued earlier this month.

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What is the Difference Between a Misdemeanor Traffic Offense and a Felony Traffic Offense?

LegalReader

The distinction between a misdemeanor and a felony depends on the severity of the crime. When it comes to traffic offenses, some are more serious than others.

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St. Louis Couple Pleads Guilty to Misdemeanors After Pointing Guns at Protesters

The Crime Report

couple who made headlines for pointing guns at demonstrators during last June’s protests over the death of George Floyd, pleaded guilty Thursday to misdemeanor charges, and agreed to give up the weapons they used during the confrontation, the Associated Press reports.

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“Supreme Court to debate whether misdemeanors can be a foot in the door for warrantless home search”

HowAppealing

“Supreme Court to debate whether misdemeanors can be a foot in the door for warrantless home search”: John Fritze of USA Today has this report.

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SCOTUS rules for fleeing misdemeanor suspect charged after police entered his garage

ABA Journal

Supreme Court ruled Wednesday that police officers who are pursuing a misdemeanor suspect aren’t necessarily entitled to enter a home without a… Developing: The U.S.

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More Money for Cops Produces More Misdemeanor Arrests: Study

The Crime Report

cities is correlated to an increase in misdemeanor arrests for crimes like loitering, trespassing, and drug possession, Slate reports. cities and towns over a 29-year period, tracking how the local police departments spent money related to staffing and misdemeanor arrests. Researchers analyzed hundreds of U.S.