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What States Still Have the Three Strikes Law

What States Still Have the Three Strikes Law

The Three Strikes Law is a name for a widely adopted zero-tolerance law applied against repeat offenders. At least 24 states enacted some version of this law in hopes of reducing violent crime that spiked in the late 1980s and early 1990s.

Tips On Dating A Single Mother

Tips On Dating A Single Mother

If you have tried to date as an adult, you already know that everyone has a life situation affecting how people date and develop romantic connections.

How Bankruptcy Affects Credit Reports

How Bankruptcy Affects Credit Reports

There are many reasons people acquire debts. Some people fall into debt through irresponsible spending, others through life emergencies, and others through unexpected life changes, such as loss of employment, illness, or natural disaster.

Famous Celebrities In Jail: Four Famous Cases

Famous Celebrities In Jail: Four Famous Cases

While some celebrities may think they are above the law, the fact is many of Hollywood's finest have ended up in handcuffs. There are numerous celebrities in jail with significant criminal records; in some cases, they'll be there for quite a long time.

List of Jobs That Require a License

List of Jobs That Require a License

One universal concept that people generally acknowledge is the desire to receive good quality work for their money. You want to get the quality that you pay for.

Types of Real Estate and Property

Types of Real Estate and Property

Property is a general word to use since there are multiple classifications of real estate: houses, apartments, land, offices, factories, warehouses, and others.

How to Tell if Your Phone is Tapped

How to Tell if Your Phone is Tapped

Is it paranoia or entirely possible? Finding out how to know if your phone is tapped can help you discern fact from fiction and decide whether someone is really listening in to your conversations.

What is a Web Sleuth

What is a Web Sleuth

Have you heard the term web sleuth? Many people have become interested in true crime, and it's not enough to watch documentaries or listen to podcasts online.