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Differences Between Federal & Kansas State Crimes
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 citizens must follow are created by the state they live in. Many state and federal laws are similar in nature, but as you ...

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