“Herb is the healing of the nation, alcohol is the destruction.” Bob Marley According to drugwarfacts.org, 33,171 deaths last year were alcohol related. Despite this fact, alcohol has been fully legalized in the United States since 1933. By contrast, zero deaths have been associated with marijuana and yet, the drug remains illegal in many states. […]Continue reading

In Washington D.C., trespassing is defined as a situation when one is on property without the authorization or consent of the property owner or acting owner. Trespassing is not the most serious crime and many people, especially since first time offenders are eligible for the “stet docket.” A stet docket is when the government contracts […]Continue reading

When issues of crimes on campuses such as sexual assault arise, many schools have an administrative hearing internally that students attend to present their case. This differs from pressing criminal charges in court because the administrative hearing does not involve a professional judge or a randomly selected jury and does not have the punishment options […]Continue reading

Sexual Solicitation or Prostitution is defined in Washington DC as the act of inviting, enticing, offering, persuading, or agreeing to engage in prostitution. DC law states that to prove that prostitution occurred, there must be specific words exchanged between parties promising money for sexual favors. There must be both the offer and the acceptance clearly […]Continue reading