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Learn about common alcohol-related crimes in the summer. Read more in FindLaw Blotter.

In war games, counter-intelligence is expected. That's spying, for you civilians. Learn more from FindLaw's Technologist blog.

It's almost summer, so kids are on their way to summer camp. Here's what you need to know to keep your kids safe at camp this summer. Read more on FindLaw's Injured blog.

Presidents who object to disclosing particular information to Congress often rely on "executive privilege." To learn more about this legal doctrine and other related topics, visit FindLaw's Legal System section.

Was a grandmother really arrested for CBD oil possession at Disney World? Find out more in FindLaw's Legally Weird Blog.

We hear the phrase quite often, but what does it actually mean, legally speaking? Find out on FindLaw's Law and Daily Life blog.

Apply for Instructional-Varying Exceptionalities (Math Support) position at School District of Osceola County, FL in Kissimmee, Florida on jobs.osceolaschools.net/

Getting into a car accident ranks up there as one of the scariest and most stressful things you might have to deal with. There are on average 6 million car a...

Letting an employee go is never easy. Find out when that last paycheck is due to them on FindLaw's Free Enterprise blog.

Benefits need to provided equally to same-sex couples. Learn more at FindLaw's Free Enterprise blog.

Whether the ADA applies to arrests of certain suspects will have to wait for another case. Learn about the latest from the High Court on FindLaw's Supreme Court blog.

Missouri passed a ban on abortions after the eighth week of pregnancy, setting up another conflict in the ongoing legal battles over abortion. Learn more from FindLaw's U.S. Eighth Circuit Blog.

Over President Trump's objections, a federal judge has said Trump's accounting firm must turn over records pre-dating his presidency. Learn more from FindLaw's DC Circuit Blog.

If you haven't seen Avengers Endgame, this is almost a spoiler alert: Facebook tracking is inevitable. Learn more from FindLaw's Technologist blog.

Environmentalists declared victory over the Trump administration in a lawsuit over non-disclosure of toxic chemicals in homes, schools and workplaces. Learn more from FindLaw's DC Circuit Blog.

Social media can be tricky, but users don't expect to still be tracked after deactivating accounts. Find out what happens on Facebook when you deactivate on FindLaw's Law and Daily Life.

Tesla's autopilot feature may have captured the world's imagination, but is it safe? Find out more on FindLaw's Injured blog.

What happens when a business owner misses payroll? Find out on FindLaw's Free Enterprise blog.

Apparently unwilling to take no for an answer, Fidelity Brokerage Services went around two clients and put up their shares in a deal that went bad. Learn more from FindLaw's U.S. First Circuit Blog.

Curious about installing spike strips on your driveway to stop trespassers? Find out why you shouldn't be on the FindLaw Blotter blog.

The controversy over college athletes getting paid is heating up as two states consider laws to allow college athletes to accept sponsorships. Get the scoop on FindLaw's Tarnished Twenty blog.

The lawsuits are coming fast and furious, claiming the drug manufacturer illegally marketed and sold its opioids. Read more on FindLaw's Injured blog.

FindLaw's article on Hacking Laws and Punishments. For more information on this and related topics, see FindLaw's section on Cyber Crimes.

Decide Whether the Ticket Is Worth Fighting First off, decide whether it's worth your time to fight a ticket. It's certainly possible, but fighting traffic tickets

Everyone thinks attorneys are expensive, and you know, sometimes they are. But understanding the different ways attorneys charge can help you wrap your head ...

Apply for Support Staff-Grant Project Manager position at School District of Osceola County, FL in Saint Cloud, Florida on jobs.osceolaschools.net/

Tomorrow is National Armed Forces Day, so we're celebrating by looking at the biggest legal issues and questions military members and veterans face, and where they can go for answers. Read more on FindLaw's Law and Daily Life blog.

If numbers mean anything, President Trump is losing the battle against immigrants crossing the border. Learn more from FindLaw's Strategist blog.

It may look like you can use the image for free, but you could end up on the wrong side of a copyright infringement lawsuit. Learn why on FindLaw's Free Enterprise blog.

The U.S. Supreme Court gave California the final round in a decades-long tax fight, but it was a muted victory. Learn more from FindLaw's California Case Law blog.

What goes onto your criminal record, and how do you get it off? Learn more about expunging past criminal convictions on FindLaw Blotter.

In a case with internet-wide ramifications, a federal appeals court said a photograher may pursue damages against a company that copied his photo off the internet. Learn more from FindLaw's U.S. Fourth Circuit Blog.

San Francisco became the first major city to ban facial recognition technology for surveillance this week, and others are soon to follow. Learn more from FindLaw's California Case Law blog.

Judge April Smith was a busy judge. Unfortunately, she was too busy to do her job. Learn more from FindLaw's Greedy Associates blog.

We trust nursing homes, hospices, and elder care facilities to keep our loved ones safe. So how do we know if they don't, and what can we do about it? Learn more on FindLaw's Injured blog.

Gilbert Mendez pleaded guilty to drug crimes, but challenged his conviction later when he found out his prosecutor was not licensed to practice law. Learn more from FindLaw's Supreme Court Blog.

You know you've seen some pretty bad bumper stickers, but are they illegal? Find out on FindLaw's Legal Grounds blog.