Marijuana is growing more popular throughout the United States as a medical and recreational drug. However, it is not legal for either of those purposes in Kansas. As such, even if you’re using marijuana to treat a serious medical condition — like effects of cancer — police could arrest you […]
If there’s one thing that teenagers are known for, it’s making questionable decisions and becoming rebellious. Sometimes, teenage rebellion can look like shouting matches with parents, bright and colorful hair dye or staying out past curfew. Other times, it can take a more serious turn, like shoplifting or experimenting with […]
When most people think of assault and battery charges, they often think of a physical altercation. While these charges usually go hand-in-hand, it is actually possible to commit assault without committing battery. If you are facing these charges, it is important to know the difference between the two. In general, […]
In 2016, Kansas created new legislation that helped low-level juvenile offenders avoid incarceration and divert their cases into the mental health and social services sector in an attempt to improve their life quality. It also helped alleviate the over-loaded juvenile criminal justice system by reducing case load. However, new amendments have been brought before the legislature that may return some cases to the court system.