Why the Police May Arrest You without a Warrant

In most cases, police officers can only arrest you if they have a valid arrest warrant. However, there are exceptions to this rule. Here are five examples of situations in which you may be arrested without a warrant: Witness to a Crime An officer who sees you committing a crime doesn't have to get a warrant to arrest you. For example, if a police officer sees you inhaling an illegal drug, then he or she can arrest you without a warrant. [Read More]

Holiday Air Travel: Some Tips For Avoiding Trouble

In 2014, around 24 million people used the airports for travel around Thanksgiving. If you're planning on traveling by plane this year to visit relatives or friends, keep in mind that there are rules about traveling with marijuana or alcohol that need to be followed. Ignore those rules and you could face travel delays, fines, interrogation by TSA officials, and even arrest. This is what you should know about flying with medical marijuana and alcohol. [Read More]