Law and Legal Infographics

The Most Stolen Vehicles in the United States

The Most Stolen Vehicles in the United States

In 2020, there was a sharp rise in vehicle theft and this problem persists throughout the U.S. Car security is improving, but theft persists and not all cars are made the same. Some models are particularly vulnerable to theft, and it can help to know other factors that lead to car theft. That’s why the team at Convoy Car Shipping studied which vehicle models are stolen the most.

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AI Laws Around the World

AI Laws Around the World

As AI grows and develops all over the world, many people raise concerns about its impact on our future. While AI can have many positive, life-changing benefits, it could be a detriment in many ways too. It’s also wise to have protections that will stop bad actors from seizing control of this technology for the worse.

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U.S. Sex Offender Statistics

U.S. Sex Offender Statistics

Maintaining the safety of those under your care involves being informed about the people in your area, especially those convicted of sexual offenses. This is crucial for parents, real estate agents, employers, and anyone concerned with the protection of children, families, employees, and themselves. The following infographic offers the most current and comprehensive data on sex offenders across the USA.

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Technological Advancements That Benefited Legal Practitioners

Technological Advancements That Benefited Legal Practitioners

Legal frameworks and procedures continually evolve to align with the dynamic world we inhabit. These processes naturally adjust to enhance efficiency and productivity, particularly with advancements in technology. The significant technological progress witnessed over the centuries, especially in recent times, has profoundly influenced the practice of law.

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The 411 on 420: Is Marijuana Legal in Your State?

The 411 on 420: Is Marijuana Legal in Your State?

Marijuana legislation is changing rapidly. Additionally, public opinion about marijuana is undergoing dramatic changes. The Pew Research Center reports that in the last two decades, public opinion has shifted from 31 percent of the U.S. thinking that marijuana should be legalized to 61 percent as of the latest 2017 poll.

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Comparing Gun Control Measures to Gun-Related Homicides by State

Comparing Gun Control Measures to Gun-Related Homicides by State

Every mass shooting in the country brings the issue of gun control back to public attention. Citizens and politicians alike debate whether current gun control efforts are effective enough or new legislation should be drawn up. In the following infographic, Joslyn Law Firm compares gun control measures to gun-related homicides by state.

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How To Avoid Contractor Scams

How To Avoid Contractor Scams

Here is an infographic that shows all the red flags that can pop up around contractor jobs and also includes tips on how you can avoid contractor scams. Scammers typically prey on the elderly, telling them that they need work done when they don’t or actually damaging portions of the home and then offering to fix.

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What is Age Discrimination and What Can You Do About It?

What is Age Discrimination and What Can You Do About It?

Regardless of race, gender, religious beliefs, and age, there are laws in place obligating companies to offer equal work opportunities for everyone. However, discrimination still exists in the workplace, and it can occur without you even knowing it already happened. Here’s an infographic that will help you identify and address age discrimination in the workplace.

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What is Eminent Domain?

What is Eminent Domain?

If you are a landowner, it’s important to know the facts about eminent domain. The government is allowed to take your land as long as they provide just compensation and claimed the land for public use. Learn more, courtesy of Dallas & Turner.

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