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January 2016 Archives

Emojis can be viewed as threatening communication

With so much communication done online and digitally now, it can be too easy for some people to write things that they wouldn't say face-to-face. However, words that can be reasonably construed as threatening can have consequences. So can emojis -- those symbols that are becoming a staple of online communication.

Firearm restrictions related to domestic violence vary by state

State laws regarding the possession and purchase of firearms and ammunition by people convicted of domestic violence crimes vary. Under federal law, these things are prohibited. Further, federal law mandates that those convicted of domestic violence surrender all firearms currently in their possession.

Kentucky man facing 38 counts of perjury in missing person case

Charges of lying to or withholding information from law enforcement authorities are nothing to be taken lightly. A Bardstown, Kentucky, man is facing 38 counts of perjury. He is accused of lying under oath to investigators regarding the disappearance of a Kentucky woman in July 2015. He is being held on $200,000 cash bond and due in court on Jan. 7.

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