What is Federal Rule 35?
The United States has one of the greatest numbers of incarcerated people in the world, with over 2.3 million inmates as of 2021. This has caused a number of problems, such as overcrowding, high costs, and worries about fairness and justice in the criminal justice system. To tackle some of these issues, a range of… read moreRead More
Do Presidential Candidates Have to Release Their Tax Returns?
Although there is a heated debate around presidential candidates’ tax returns, they are not required by law to release them to the public. Like anyone else, presidential candidates can exercise their constitutional right to privacy regarding tax returns. There is ongoing contention about whether presidential candidates should have to release their tax statements. One senator… read moreRead More
Federal Criminal Offenses
Crimes and civil infractions are typically charged at either the municipal, city, or state level depending on their severity. When a crime spans state lines, involves substantial amounts of money, or is caused by specific actions, the charges are automatically filed at the federal level. Whether a crime is charged at the federal or state… read moreRead More