In light of a recent trend of falsely reporting and staging hate crimes, Chris Joseph sat down with Topeka’s KSNT reporter, Reina Garcia, and weighed in on the legal ramifications of falsely reporting or staging hate crimes (View Article 59. – Crimes Affecting Government Functions). Joseph cautioned readers that filing a false report can have…

5/18/16 – Day 2 of trial in the case of State v. Provencio continued in Sumner County District Court yesterday, with the prosecution presenting its case. Defense attorney Jess Hoeme expects to begin presenting the defendant’s side of the story during court proceedings today. Watch this blog for updates on Mr. Hoeme’s arguments. To see…

On June 9, 2015, Governor Brownback signed into law House Bill 2055. The new law will take effect on July 1, 2015.This law is named after a school teacher in McPherson, Kansas, who was badly injured after being hit by a drunk driver. The driver was charged with aggravated battery while under the influence—a felony…

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