Many times in the heat of the moment, a person will say “I’m going to kill you” or “You better watch your back.” While these may seem like meaningless words, in many situations they are considered criminal threats.
Everyone can agree that they have to right to assemble peaceably in a group to state their views. So how does an assembly become unlawful? The difference lies in whether or not there is the possibility of the gathering becoming unruly or violent.
Those facing a criminal charge need to fully understand the charges against them. Indecent exposure means that a person has exposed themselves sexually to another person against their will for the purpose of gratifying themselves or upsetting the other person.
The Department of Veteran Affairs (VA) recently announced the launch of two completely no-cost training courses for veterans of all eras. The training programs, called Accelerated Learning Programs and VA Learning Hubs, are intended to assist service members in transition and veterans of all age groups. The programs promote veterans’ opportunity to learn new skills,…