What is the New Hampshire Right to Work Law?

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State government officials are in a quandary over the decision of whether or not to adopt Right-to-Work legislation. For a decade, lawmakers remained at odds over the bill. Governor Chris Sununu believes Right-to-Work “gives employees once and for all the flexibility they deserve in the workplace.” He hopes the legislation would attract new companies to the state and improve...

I Just Got a Jury Duty Summons as a Single Parent—Now What?

Jury duty is an important part of being an American citizen; you’re helping to give your peers a fair trial. While it’s often associated with negative feelings of inconvenience, jurors are critical to the legal process. Being summoned can cause some issues in the best of situations, so what happens when you’re a single parent?

5 Requirements for Legally-Justified Self-Defense

Self-defense is a tricky area because law enforcement tries to abide by the rights of both parties. A person does have the right to defend himself or herself in certain situations, but in others, it is against the law. The following are five of the requirements that a person must meet before his or her act of self-defense can...

Is Weed Legal Now? Short Answer: It’s Complicated

Marijuana has become so common that you may see people smoking it while walking down the street, depending on where you live. If you want to know if it is legal, the answer is yes and no. Let's look at the complex issue of weed legality.   Federal Law   Marijuana is illegal under federal law, and it remains a Schedule 1 drug....

Odd Traffic Laws from Around the World

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Those of us with a driver’s license and a working car have a good knowledge of local traffic laws...or at least the ones we remember when someone cuts us off. And then there are the laws that should be made but aren't, like the fact that Virginia doesn't have a law prohibiting bus drivers from using their phones. Here...

Are We on the Edge of Another Mortgage Crisis?

Real Estate Investors be advised. The US housing market may be in for another mortgage crisis on the level of that ten years ago. Or maybe not. Different sources claim different opinions, and both deserve exploration. So, without further ado: The 2017 (Or Not) Mortgage Bubble.   A History Lesson A number of financial factors caused the infamous 2008 Housing Crisis in...

These Unlawful HR Practices Can Have Damaging Consequences

Labor laws can be complicated, partially because different states and municipalities have their own laws for what an employer can and cannot do. If you are a student or a job seeker, you need to know your rights so you can detect unlawful activity. For HR professionals, you need to be aware of unlawful practices and put a stop...

Hit and Run: What are My Legal Options?

A hit-and-run is probably the most frustrating of all car accidents. You're left with vehicle or property damage, and possibly injuries, and no real way to recoup your expenses as a result. On top of that, the at-fault driver often gets away with the crime. There are legal options available to you if you've been the victim of a...

Felons Need Not Apply: How a Felony Conviction Can Hurt Career Aspects

A felony conviction can change your life forever. Most companies do background checks, and a felony can stand in your way of a rewarding career. Here are six ways that a felony conviction can upset your career plans: It can prevent licensing There are a lot of professions that require a license. Attorneys are one example. If you have a felony...

Free Speech Cuts Both Ways

There was a time when yelling “fire” in a crowded theater was the only form of speech not protected by the first amendment. Free speech sits right there next to freedom of religion, the freedom to peacefully assemble and a free press as among our most inalienable rights. Recently, however, many believe our first amendment rights have come under...

6 Law Practices You Never Knew Existed

When you think about lawyers, the first thoughts that come to mind are probably the common fields, such as DUI, criminal, bankruptcy, and family law. You may be surprised to know that there are numerous specialized fields that lawyers get into. In many cases, it is out of necessity, not design. Some also choose these rare fields because it...

Why You Should NEVER Be Your Own Lawyer

You might not be a lawyer, but there's something romantic about the notion of representing yourself in court. To deliver a passionate argument for your innocence or deservingness to win a case and move the entire courtroom to tears is fun to imagine, but it's not at all practical. These reasons will help you understand why being...

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(Image Source: CapetownVillas.net) South Africa lies on the southernmost tip of Africa. It is the second most visited country on the continent. There is so...

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How to Take Advantage of Your Extra Home Storage Space

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