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What Constitutes Stalking in Kansas?
What Constitutes Stalking in Kansas?

Kansas’ Definition of Stalking Kansas defines stalking as, “ Recklessly engaging in a course of conduct targeted at a specific person which would cause a reasonable person in the circumstances of the targeted person to fear for such person's safety or the safety of a member ...

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    • Can a Woman Face Criminal Charges for Going Topless at Home?

      A Utah woman named Till Buchanan is facing three counts of lewdness in front of a child for being topless in her own home in front of her ...

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    • Examining the Kansas Offender Registry

      Most people have heard of the Kansas offender registry, but not many understand exactly who has to register and why they have to register. If you ever ...

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    • Can I Travel While on Probation in Kansas?

      Summer is travel season since the weather is warmer and children are out of school for a few months. However, can individuals currently on probation ...

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    • What You Should Know About Federal Drug Diversion Investigations

      Drug diversion involves the transfer of prescription drugs from the person legally receiving the substance to another person for illicit use. This ...

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    • What Makes a Drug Crime a Federal Offense?

      Every state has its own drug laws, but the federal government has its own established drug laws. With this in mind, it’s hard to determine if and when ...

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    • Drug Crimes Across State Lines

      There are many types of drug crimes, including but not limited to the possession, distribution, and sale of drugs. While the circumstances of the ...

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  • DUI
    • How a Kansas DUI Affects Your Commercial Driver’s License

      Kansas law holds commercial drivers to a stricter standard in comparison to regular drivers. Although having a blood alcohol content (BAC) of .08 ...

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    • What is a Diversion Program?

      Just because a person has been charged with a first-time offense, doesn’t mean that he/she is guilty. However, there are some cases where it is ...

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    • 5 Tips to Avoid a DUI on Valentine’s Day

      Valentine’s Day is a day to shower your significant other with the love and appreciation he or she deserves. Along with an intimate dinner in a nice ...

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    • Free One-Day Expungement Event in Downtown Wichita

      If you are interested in a clean slate through expungement in Kansas but don’t know if you qualify, a free event this Friday between 10:30 AM to 5 PM ...

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    • Will a Juvenile Crime Stay on My Criminal Record for the Rest of My Life?

      Sometimes a mistake we made in our youth can become an embarrassment when we reach adulthood. In addition, these type of incidents can become public ...

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    • Am I Eligible for Expungement?

      When you are convicted of a crime, your conviction will be entered into your criminal history, where it will stay the rest of your life. For some ...

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    • What You Should Know About Federal Drug Diversion Investigations

      Drug diversion involves the transfer of prescription drugs from the person legally receiving the substance to another person for illicit use. This ...

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    • Differences Between Federal & Kansas State Crimes

      Most people charged with a crime have broken the law, but did you know that not all laws are created by the federal government? A majority of the laws ...

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    • Differences Between State & Federal Charges

      State courts and federal courts are the foundation of the U.S. justice system. Although the U.S. Constitution allows states the power to govern ...

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    • NADC Selects Attorney Rokusek to Nation's Top One Percent in 2017

      The National Association of Distinguished Counsel (NADC) is a premier organization in the United States that rates and reviews legal professionals, ...

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    • Attorney Jacquelyn Rokusek Named in the Nation's Top One Percent

      Rokusek Stein Law, LLC is proud to announce that Founding Attorney Jacquelyn E. Rokusek has once again been recognized for excellence by the National ...

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    • Kansas Gun Laws

      Kansas is one of the states that significantly honors an American’s Second Amendment right to bear arms. While gun advocates praise the state for ...

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    • Gun Crimes & Your Rights

      Kansas, Missouri, and the United States Constitutions guarantee the right to bear arms. Adults in Kansas and Missouri do not need a permit to purchase ...

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    • Is it Legal to Open Carry in Kansas?

      If you own or wish to own a firearm in Kansas, you should know the laws when it comes to gun possession, carry, and use. This will help you not only ...

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    • What Constitutes Stalking in Kansas?

      Kansas’ Definition of Stalking Kansas defines stalking as, “ Recklessly engaging in a course of conduct targeted at a specific person which would ...

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    • Can a Woman Face Criminal Charges for Going Topless at Home?

      A Utah woman named Till Buchanan is facing three counts of lewdness in front of a child for being topless in her own home in front of her ...

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    • Kansas Prostitution Laws

      In Kansas and every state in the U.S.—besides some parts of Nevada—it is against the law to engage in prostitution. In addition, it is illegal to pay ...

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    • Holiday Season is Shoplifting Season

      Now that the holiday season is here, millions of Americans across the country will be shopping in malls and stores in search of gifts for their loved ...

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