Category: Law and Legal Infographics
We all love to hate the villains in our favorite children’s books. Their dastardly deeds are fine on the pages of a book – but what about in the real world? Let’s take a look at what would happen if they were given a trial in a European court in this infographic.
The Mayor of New York initiated a stop-and-frisk law in 1994. Is this protection or discrimination? Check out the following infographic to learn more about it.
After years of prohibition, residents of Colorado and Washington recently voted to legalize marijuana for recreational use. With this, more and more people are realizing the socioeconomic benefits of both decriminalizing and legalizing marijuana, leading to economic growth and an increase in tax revenue that eventually will be used to supplement our educational system.
Since the invention of the car in 1886, authorities around the world have devised a variety of rules and regulations for motorists. Whether you follow the Highway Code or le code de la route, there will be a comprehensive set of laws to follow, designed to protect both drivers and pedestrians from the dangers of the road. However, some driving laws are truly baffling.
Being an attorney is a risky profession, particularly malpractice. According to the American Bar Association, malpractice claims are on the rise. Attorneys who take time to understand the most common reasons for malpractice and identify how their business could be impacted, can minimize their exposure to risk.
Knowing your rights can get you out of a sticky situation with the police. Check out the infographic below presented by Online-Paralegal-Programs.com to learn more.
There are a number of factors that can influence how much money you or your company might have to spend the next time you need an attorney. In the following infographic, UpCounsel outlines additional factors that influence the costs of hiring an attorney, what types of services small businesses typically hire attorneys for, and how costs vary depending on where you are in the country.
The history of personal injury law is not a straight path by any stretch. Most personal injury historians would argue that there is no specific start to when personal injury law began, but legal historians do agree that legal systems have existed in some form since ancient history but usually as a more general common form of law.
Would you believe that in the state of Arizona, you could be sentenced to 25 years in prison for cutting down a cactus? Or that in North Carolina, it is illegal to sing off-key? Both of these surprising bits of information are true! In fact, there are many more strange laws like these two examples that, despite being put into place long ago, are still active in states across the country today.
Recent reports have shown that there is a serious problem with regard to disabled access throughout Ireland and the UK. While laws such as the Equality Act of 2010 have brought about reforms and change with regard to the level of disabled access present throughout Ireland and the UK, major access problems still exist and do so on a large scale.
How much does your sin cost? A sin tax is added to products or services that are considered to be unhealthy. Check out the infographic below to learn more about sin taxes.
An attack on your or your family in your home, or even just around town, can be a jarring experience. In the moment, no one should have to think about the repercussions of defending themselves from such an attack. This infographic examines your rights to defend yourself and family in your home.
State Laws vary with their requirements concerning whether or not a rider is capable of determining if it he or she should wear a helmet while on a motorcycle. This Sons of Anarchy themed infographic looks at motorcycle helmet laws and their importance.
We all have bucket lists of things to do before we die, things like sky diving or visiting Italy. However, the folks at Dana Law Firm feel there are a few other things you should add to that list in order to avoid probate. Such as getting a will. They have provided this infographic to help you learn how to avoid probate.