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.
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.
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.
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.
Where are you most likely to be a victim of violent crime in the United States? This infographic compiles data from the FBI on murder and and non-negligent manslaughter, rape, aggravated assault, and robbery to provide valuable insight on the most violent and dangerous cities in the Unite States.
Here are some suggestions for choosing a personal injury lawyer that is right for your case. Not every lawyer is right for every case. Finding the best fit for you can impact your settlement compensation as well as reducing worry about the case. This infographic outlines important inquiries to consider while interviewing an attorney for a personal injury case.
The city with the most drunk-driving arrests in America from 2009-18 was San Antonio, Texas. With 77,357 drunk-driving arrests from 2009-18, San Antonio “won” the top spot, not something really to be proud of! Using data from the FBI’s Crime Data Explorer, the team at SmartAdvocate.com takes a closer look at 30 of the most populated cities in the country and their amounts of drunk-driving arrests over the past decade.
Predictive Policing can stop crimes before they happen, but how ethical is it? Best MSW Programs explains how Predictive Policing works and the hidden social impact of crime stopping artificial intelligence.
Volunteer jobs are always in demand in Australia. Criminal history check for volunteers can be mandatory if you are applying for volunteer roles in a child, aged or other vulnerable groups such as disabled. Every state or territory has its requirements. This infographic will help an applicant to determine in which state or territory children check is mandatory.
This infographic explores the bizarre, messy, and controversial timeline of drug legality in the United States, which includes cocaine, opium, heroin, morphine, cannabis, alcohol, LSD, peyote/mescaline, psilocybin, MDMA, Fentanyl, and methamphetamines. You will also learn when certain synthetic drugs were developed, the names of the laws issued to control drugs in the United States, and the efforts of marijuana legalization.