Every second, 63,000 people hit ‘search’ on Google. That’s 5.6 billion searches per day! Some of these searches are no doubt high stakes — like right after an arrest. While it can be tempting and even feel like you’re being proactive, it can have the opposite effect. This is because Google will pull information without...Read More
While we often think of volunteers for nonprofit organizations in terms of traditional charities or religious organizations, there are many organizations with 501(c)(3) nonprofit status that wouldn’t typically come to mind. The IRS defines a 501(c)(3) as an organization that is “charitable, religious, educational, scientific, literary...Read More
How private should your genetic information be? In an age where everything is available at our fingertips, it’s a very important question. While there are valid and lawful reasons for collecting DNA (often in cases of serious felony arrests), your DNA has a number of protections in place that are constitutionally protected...Read More
Approximately 90%. That’s the percentage of juvenile detainees who reported being exposed to at least one traumatic event, called adverse childhood experiences (ACEs). These experiences include abuse, neglect, mental illness, addiction, growing up in a neighborhood marked by poverty, and more. The more trauma they’ve experienced, the higher their risk. Some estimates show that up...Read More
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