Law and Legal Infographics

How Long Does a CCJ Last?

How Long Does a CCJ Last?

A CCJ is a court order issued in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. CCJs hit a record high in 2019, but the average value has almost halved since 2010, reaching a record low in 2017. A CCJ can remain on your record for up to 6 years from the date of issue unless you pay the full amount owed within one month. In this infographic, Portify looks at how long a CCJ can last.

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The Largest Racial Disparities in Marijuana Possession Arrests Across the U.S.

The Largest Racial Disparities in Marijuana Possession Arrests Across the U.S.

Where in the United States are black people more likely to be arrested for marijuana possession than white people? Using data from an analysis conducted by the ACLU, the Joslyn Law Firm found the 50 counties where racial disparities are the largest when it comes to marijuana arrests and have created the following infographic which visualizes the data.

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The 10 Largest Ponzi Schemes of All Time

The 10 Largest Ponzi Schemes of All Time

It might be the most un-celebrated centennial you’ve never heard of – the year that the Ponzi Scheme turns 100. Since the term was ‘coined’ in 1920 when Charles Ponzi defrauded thousands of Americans, billions of dollars have been scammed from innocent people through the fraudulent investment scheme. Here is an infographic that counts down the 10 largest Ponzi Schemes by the amount of money scammed.

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Crime Index Offenses for Major North Carolina Cities

Crime Index Offenses for Major North Carolina Cities

Criminal offense statistics describe analytical, methodical data regarding criminal activities disclosed in an offered time. Crime statistics aid to inform people exactly how criminal offense affects areas in their area. They can additionally provide useful understandings on just how to reduce crime. Understanding these criminal offense stats is helpful to locals, yet it is not an indicator of whether a neighborhood is ending up being more hazardous.

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The 5 Biggest GDPR Fines To Date

The 5 Biggest GDPR Fines To Date

Did you know that breaking GDPR regulations can come with a hefty fine? Many businesses have found out the hard way and are now paying the price. This infographic from KCS Compliance shows you which businesses are the biggest offenders to date, as well as the staggering amounts they had to pay.

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Fast, Furious & Off the Road

Fast, Furious & Off the Road

Jardine Motors have analyzed key scenes from some of the biggest car scenes in Hollywood movie history and logged each time the characters would have gained penalty points based on their actions and found that, James Bond would have lost his driving license four times in the space of two minutes in Skyfall.

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Getting Ready For The UK Citizenship Test

Getting Ready For The UK Citizenship Test

To become a British citizen by naturalization, you need to take the British Citizenship test as part of your application for settlement in the UK. The test entails a mandatory assessment of your knowledge of British geography, history, culture, and politics. Here is a summarized process of taking the British Citizenship Test.

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7 Questions to Ask Before You Hire a Personal Injury Attorney

7 Questions to Ask Before You Hire a Personal Injury Attorney

Hiring a personal injury attorney can either make or break your case. After being injured in an accident, you need an experienced personal injury lawyer who will help you recover compensation for medical bills, lost wages and suffering. Here are some tips on what questions to ask before you hire an attorney to handle your personal injury case.

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Which U.S. States Have the Most Workplace Homicides?

Which U.S. States Have the Most Workplace Homicides?

When looking at workplace violence statistics in America, it’s clear that this is a serious problem. Each year, millions of Americans report cases of workplace violence, and many more go unreported. This is even graver when considering how many of these incidents involve workplace deaths and homicides. Between 2011 and 2018, 3,584 Americans died at the hands at another in their workplace.

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The Cities With the Most Fatal Police Shootings in the U.S.

The Cities With the Most Fatal Police Shootings in the U.S.

It seems like every time we read the news, we see another story about someone being killed by police. The most recent high-profile death was that of George Floyd, a Minneapolis man who died after a police officer, Derek Chauvin, knelt on his neck for more than eight minutes. To contextualize the number of people killed by police, this infographic takes data from the 100 most populous cities in the United States and compares their rates of fatal police shootings.

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