• Police Investigation
    Criminal Law

    What to Do If Under Investigation by Law Enforcement

    Being suspected of a crime by law enforcement is one of the most stressful events an individual can experience, especially if that person is innocent. Depending on the nature of the suspected crime and seriousness of the potential charges, the police will turn someone’s life upside down in pursuit of what they believe to be the truth. What’s more, the police are not required to alert an individual as to the extent of their suspicions, at least not until they choose to make an arrest, which can put people in incredibly vulnerable positions in terms of their ability to avoid criminal charges. If you believe you are under investigation by…

  • Hacker Criminal
    Computer,  Internet,  Security

    Fallout: The Consequences of a Data Breach

    Many organizations collect sensitive data and are responsible for appropriately protecting it. With new regulations like the EU’s General Data Privacy Regulation (GDPR) and the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), the definitions of personal data have been greatly expanded, and the financial impacts of a data breach for an organization are significant.

  • US Coast Guard Boat
    Security

    Boat Security Tips – Use Boat Alarm Motion Detectors to Stay Safe

    Sailing on the water, catching fish on a leisure day sounds too interesting and exactly the opposite if your boat gets stolen. To protect your vessel from any act of theft or so, the main thing to consider is that a thief will search for a simple chance to trick you. Help anticipate robbery by recalling time, clutter, and visibility. The more you can do to expand the time it takes to take your vessel, the happier you’ll be. Each measure you take toward robbery awareness should make commotion to ward off the thief and your vessel need to be obvious, making it hard to take. From using dependable boat…

  • Criminal Background Check
    Management

    Background Check Mistakes to Avoid

    Background checks are one of the last steps before you decide to make it official with a tenant. Because of this, they’re also one of the biggest chances for a landlord to make a critical misstep. When you’re near the end of the process, you can get restless. When you get restless, you make mistakes that can cost you a lot of time and money later. Bad tenants are like bad romantic relationships: it’s always easier to recognize the red flags and avoid getting involved with one in the first place. Here are some background check mistakes you should avoid when managing rental property. Asking the wrong questions A background…

  • Illegal Legal
    Criminal Law

    Everything You Need to Know About Criminal Defense

    This world is as cruel as it is awesome. If you’re a consistent subscriber to current events, you’d know just how dangerous the outside can be. Actually, scratch that. Danger lurks everywhere – even within the four corners of your home. In this world exists joy, excitement, and adventure. However, in this same world exist, negativity, misfortune, and injustice. As they say, there are always two sides to every coin. One side brimming with all good things in life and the other – well, let’s just say it holds the exact opposite. Behind the world of pop idols, blockbuster movies, kickass parties, and other festive celebrations that seem to bring…

  • DUI Car
    Criminal Law,  Traffic Code

    What Qualities Should a DWI Team Possess?

    Defense lawyers, like a DWI team, are a vital part of our judicial system. If you're involved in a DWI incident, you need a good DWI team at your side. The stages of a DWI case include the arrest, an arraignment, fact gathering, negotiation stage, trial, and sentencing. A police officer may ask you to pull over if there's a suspicion that you committed a violation or a crime, most especially if you're still outdoors driving in early morning hours or late at night.

  • Old Computer
    Computer,  Internet,  Security

    A Brief History of the Internet

    Remember dial-up internet? While we look at it today as an ancient concept, dial-up Internet was a significant step forward in a series of internet services that have contributed to what the internet is today — terrible screeching and all. While we all enjoy our smartphones, computers, and even reading this post, it is easy to overlook the series of technical achievements that provide us with these conveniences.

  • Drinking Driving
    Criminal Law,  Traffic Code

    What People Don’t Know About Impaired Driving

    Every day, 29 people die in an alcohol-related car accident in the United States. The CDC estimates that alcohol-related collisions cost more than $44 billion each year. Although impaired driving is most commonly associated with alcohol consumption, drugs also affect your ability to drive safely. Here’s what people don’t know about impaired driving. Alcohol-impaired driving accounts for more than quarter of traffic-related deaths Alcohol-impaired car accidents accounted for 28% of all traffic-related deaths in 2016. That same year, 1,223 children between the ages of 0 and 14 were killed in alcohol-related accidents. More than 1 million people were arrested for driving under the influence of narcotics or alcohol in 2016.…

  • Police Breathalyzer DUI
    Criminal Law,  Traffic Code

    What You Didn’t Know About Breathalyzer Tests

    Breathalyzer tests are just one tool police officers use to determine whether drivers are intoxicated. They work by measuring the level of alcohol in your breath and are often combined with other field sobriety tests to gauge whether a driver is drunk. Laws and rules related to breathalyzer tests vary from state to state. Here’s what you don’t know about breathalyzer tests. In Some States, You Can Refuse a Breathalyzer Test Some states allow drivers to refuse a breathalyzer test without penalties. But if you refuse both chemical testing and a breathalyzer test, you may face arrest or other penalties, such as license suspension. Chemical tests are performed at the…

  • Gavel Verdict
    Criminal Law,  Traffic Code

    3 Reasons You Need to Hire a Reckless Driving Lawyer Instead of a General Practice Lawyer

    If you’ve been stopped and ticketed or even arrested for reckless driving, you might be tempted to hire the cheapest lawyer you can find. Although you can choose to do that, you can probably have much better results if you choose to hire a criminal, negligence and reckless driving lawyer. CNR lawyers have the experience to give you the best possible outcome available in your particular situation. Before discounting hiring a lawyer, take a look at these three reasons you need to hire a reckless driving lawyer over a general practitioner. Then find out what questions to ask to make sure you hire the right person: 1. You Need an…

  • Cyber Security Laptop
    Business Tools,  Logistics,  Online Business

    Tips on Improving the Safety and Connectivity of Your Business

    Digitization is taking over the world. For businesses, this means that it is crucial to stay up to date on the latest trends so that your workplace is appropriately tech-enhanced. Unfortunately, keeping up with the rapid evolution of technology is no easy feat. Having cutting edge work tech is not only expensive, but it also requires special maintenance. Upgraded digitization without proper precaution can result in major cyber security issues. Research shows that cyber crime damage costs are to hit $6 trillion annually by 2021 — and if past statistics are anything to go on, then you know that cyber attacks are a constantly growing threat. So why do it…