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What's considered a federal hate crime?

A hate crime occurs in the United States as frequently as once an hour. Every 60 minutes, an individual or group commits a crime against someone simply because the perpetrator has prejudice toward the victim. The individuals often victimized by these crimes are those who appear to have a certain sexual orientation, race, socioeconomic status, mental or physical capacity or religion.

Know the options for getting out of jail pending trial

A criminal case moving through the court system can take time. For many people who are facing criminal charges, the thought of sitting in jail for months or longer isn't something they want to do. In many cases, there are ways that a person might be released from jail pending the outcome of a criminal case.

Explaining drug diversion programs in Maryland

If you have been charged with a misdemeanor in Prince George's County and do not have a prior record, it's possible for you to avoid prosecution and keep your record clear. The method used to make this happen is the diversion program. If the subject successfully completes a diversion program, he or she could have the charge dropped.

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