Below is a piece by Avery Appelman, founder of Appelman Law Firm. Each Friday, we will be posting a blog crafted by one of our attorneys so they can share their stories, tips, and insights into the legal world. Today, Avery talks about his methods for fighting an assault charge, citing two dismissals he recently […]
Although April is coined as Sexual Assault Awareness Month, many Minnesotans are voicing their opinion about the sex trafficking industry as a new bill aimed at providing care for sexually abused children makes its way in front of state legislators this week. The bill is called the Safe Harbor for Sexually Exploited Youth bill, and […]
While many people may have thrown a pillow across the room after Joe Webb continued to fire passes into the dirt during the playoff loss to the Packers, a new study shows that some people may be more likely to take their rage out on their partner after a disappointing loss. A report in the […]
In 2010, 73 percent of human resources professionals said their company conducted a criminal background check during the hiring process, and that number has likely increased over the past few years as more information is becoming digitized.
The holiday months may be the time for love and families, but there are certain crimes that also seem to prosper during the season of giving. Last year, Nazir Azfal, a prosecutor in the UK compiled a list of crimes which spike measurably in December around the holidays. Harassment and Stalking: According to Azfal, he sees many […]