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What is the Compassionate Release Program?
The coronavirus pandemic is impacting all walks of life. With the number of cases soaring, it is apparent that social distancing is necessary to stop the spread of the virus. Unfortunately, social distancing is not usually possible in prison. Prisons are designed to contain a number of individuals in various common spaces and cells. The only way to provide for proper social distancing is to reduce the number of inmates. One way the government does this is to release some inmates. With that in mind, it may be possible to receive a compassionate release. What is a Compassionate Release? Compassionate release is a program that allows some inmates to leave the prison facility and go on home confinement for extraordinary or compelling circumstances. In the past, these types of incidences were most often related to serious medical conditions. Due to the pandemic, some inmates may have conditions that might make them more vulnerable.
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Preventing Common Problems in Divorce
The decision to end your marriage is often difficult, especially if you have children. As couples go through separation and begin the divorce process they may find that they disagree about many aspects of the divorce settlement, and this can make the process longer and more challenging. There are some things you can do to prevent the common problems that arise during divorce.  Choose a No-Fault Divorce Florida is a “no-fault” divorce state. This means you do not have to have a specific reason for ending your marriage. Instead, you and your partner may end your union because it is irretrievably broken. While you may feel that your partner is responsible for the breakup, it will not typically help you in the divorce process to pursue these issues. Keep the process as simple as possible by not contesting the divorce. You can work out singular issues as they arise.  Equitable Distribution in Florida more
Are No-Knock Search Warrants Legal?
When the police have information about a crime, they can seek to obtain a search warrant to enter a person’s home or place of business to obtain evidence in the case. A judge must approve a search warrant in most instances, so law enforcement may not simply enter someone’s home without approval. In some cases, the police may be allowed to enter the premises without having to announce their presence or knock at the door. What is a “No-Knock” Search Warrant? A typical search warrant allows law enforcement officers to search someone’s premises using what is called the knock and announce rule. A “no-knock” search warrant authorizes police to enter the premises without knocking or announcing their presence. The police may use a no-knock search warrant in instances in which the announcement could lead to the destruction of evidence or where the safety of the police is in.
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