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When Can an Internet Search Lead to an Arrest?
When Can an Internet Search Lead to an Arrest?

With search engines such as Google or Bing, you can search practically anything you wish to know about online. However, certain searches and terms are monitored and may result in a police investigation. The following are the most common internet search terms that can lead to ...

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Blog posts in Criminal Defense

  • Supreme Court Rules Police Need Warrant for Cellphone Location Data

    The U.S. Supreme Court on Friday decided that the police requires a warrant to access a person’s cellphone location history. The 5-4 ruling is ...

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  • Are Fireworks Legal in Kansas & Missouri?

    In some cities and towns in Kansas and Missouri, consumer (1.4g) and novelty fireworks are allowed for use. However, a local authority has the power ...

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  • Supreme Court Sets New Limits on Warrantless Searches

    In a decision that has been considered a huge victory for privacy rights, the Supreme Court ruled in late May that police officers must generally ...

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  • Police Body Camera Footage: Good or Bad for Criminal Defense?

    The use of body cameras by law enforcement has become a growing trend due to the rise of highly publicized officer-involved shootings. These cameras ...

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  • Bringing Legal Cannabis Across States

    If you’re a resident of Kansas or Missouri and you plan on taking a trip over to Colorado, perhaps one of the plans in your itinerary is to enjoy ...

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  • What is a Plea Bargain?

    At Rokusek Stein Law, LLC , our Kansas City criminal defense attorneys are committed to helping you either obtain a not guilty verdict at trial or ...

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  • What is a Hate Crime?

    Hate crimes or bias-motivated crimes are criminal offenses motivated by prejudice because the victim is a member of a certain group. Today, 45 ...

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  • Should I Plead No Contest?

    A no contest plea, also known as “nolo contendere” in Latin, is a plea used in criminal proceedings as an alternative to a guilty or not guilty plea. ...

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  • What Happens at Arraignment?

    Following an arrest or criminal citation, an arraignment is a court proceeding where a defendant is formally advised of the charges against him/her ...

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