People who want to purchase condominium homes in Florida would do well to find out about the biased and unfair laws in that state that strip them of many rights once they become owners. Here are the worst of them.
Somebody is watching me... and I need to know what to do. Do you have the feeling you are not alone, that your life is being monitored by some unknown person or organization? Here's how to find out and what to do if it's true.
The fees charged by lawyers put professional legal representation out of reach for large numbers of people.
Wondering what happens if you don't show up for jury duty? We asked lawyers and legal experts in various states to chime in on the topic. Read on to find out what will happen if you miss your summons date.
The concept of foreseeability is a very important factor when it comes to liability in negligence-based personal injury claims.
Somewhere in the beautiful and foggy forests of northern California lie the answers to the disappearances of many Humboldt County women.
The preamble to the Universal Declaration of Human Rights is a great reminder of how much we must pay attention to human rights and how we must promote equality and these rights in the face of a potentially dangerous 21st century.
Brian Banks was a high school football star when he was falsely accused of rape. After spending five years in prison, he was completely exonerated. And now he has a chance to play in the NFL.
Susan Wright was unhappy in her marriage but divorce would be too troublesome. Stabbing her husband 193 times was obviously the better option for her.
You can never know when you could have information that could solve these missing children cold cases and bring closure to their families.
A detailed look at the preamble of the United States Constitution and it's relevance to life today in America.
GDPR is a personal data protection regulation that is poised to change internet based activities. It provides additional control to EU users over their data and mandates specific activities to be carried out by organizations providing services to EU citizens.
Historically the law of torts, consisting of the right of one person to sue another, is a fairly recent development, as is the intent of a defendant, as well as his act
The formation and dissolution of customary marriage in Papua New Guinea is recognized by the Laws of Papua New Guinea and still customary law is applicable in Papua New Guinea, if and only marrying parties agree to conduct their marriage in the legal process, apart from the Statute marriage.