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Digest for Week of February 7th, 2017

Is It Illegal to Jam Someone's Phone?

Jamming someone's communications sounds like something straight out of science fiction. But with advancements in cellular and Wi-Fi technology, it's quickly becoming science fact. Before you go out trying to shut down your neighbor's cell service, though, you should understand that, according to the Federal Communications Commission, jamming cell phones and GPS equipment is against the law. So what are the legal restrictions and how are they enforced?
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Alcohol Crimes, Anyone?

Ah, alcohol. Liquid love and constant source of legal hangovers. Many court cases involve alcohol, and the law has developed numerous criminal offenses controlling when, how, and with whom you can imbibe. Know the law by browsing FindLaw's Alcohol Crimes section.

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