Law and Legal Infographics



Canada’s Shocking War on Drugs

Canada has been plagued by the proliferation of street drugs and now prescription drugs for some time. It makes you wonder what the government is doing about it. The United States of America may have tapered down on the war on drugs, but it seems Canada is still going on with it. This infographic aims to put it all together and comes out to be quite shocking.

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Benefits of Hiring an Injury Lawyer

Hiring a personal injury lawyer provides peace of mind by obtaining a professional with knowledge of the laws and procedures applicable to injury claims. This infographic includes nine key benefits, including guidance, proper evaluation and determination of insurance benefits, and reduction of stress.

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Technological Innovations in Criminal Justice

When first introduced as a criminal investigation tactic in the early 1900’s, the concept of fingerprinting to identify criminals and prior offenses, was revolutionary. It is still a common practice used to service the analysis of the crime scene, today. Advancements in scientific technology play a critical role in improving the process of criminal justice investigation.

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The Ultimate Guide: Whistleblower 101

Whistleblowing or reporting fraud is protected and encouraged by the U.S. government in the False Claims Act. This Whistleblower Guide infographic shows the different types of fraud committed and how much money can be lost or recovered in those cases.

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When Can The Police Use Force

Using force can get the police in a lot of trouble if it’s not warranted. Learn when use of force is acceptable in the following infographic from The Police Foundation.

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The Volkswagen Emissions Scandal

This infographic cuts through all of the stories and rumors about the Volkswagen emissions scandal including the cars affected, what Volkswagen are doing about it, how you can check if your car has the defeat software installed and the effect Volkswagen’s actions have had on the environment and on public health.

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Till Death Do Us Part?

This infographic explains the rules of intestacy, as well as common terminology used in the construction of wills. It also lists a number of considerations to take into account when drafting a will. For instance, who will be appointed as guardians to children under the age of 18? Do you have a pre-marital agreement?

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14 Facts About CCTV Surveillance In The UK

When most people think of CCTV being used in law enforcement they think of a string of high-profile crimes that have been solved or publicized with the help of footage. However, few people actually know how CCTV surveillance cameras have helped the UK mitigate crime rates. Here are a few facts about CCTV cameras in the UK.

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Up in Legal Smoke: Canada’s Marijuana Mess

Some people view marijuana as a dangerous drug, while others see it as harmless fun. There is a number of countries that accept marijuana for medical purposes, but the majority still have strict laws against its usage. Such conflicting opinions can bring a lot of confusion in a society. This infographic takes a look at the marijuana topic is perceived in Canada’s legal systems. Even though it is an illegal substance, it seems that some aspects of the law are enforced differently.

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Cost of Speeding Around the World

Getting speeding ticket is not a pleasant feeling, especially when you are in the foreign country. Make sure that never happens to you. In this infographic from Avis find out what are the speed limits and fines in countries around the work and be prepared for your trip.

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24 Hours With Greater Manchester Police

We are all aware that the police officers have to deal with lots of unpredictable situations. But did you know how many confusing and strange situations occur daily? Find out in this interesting infographic.

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Interesting Environmental Law Cases

The following infographic aims to engage the reader with some interesting facts about environmental law cases, as well as providing information on the implications of the decisions. You will learn for example, that 1/3 of waters in the gulf were closed to fishing at the peak of the oil spill in 2010. This had huge implications on the livelihood of fishermen and the economy.

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