Category: General Law

Ignorance and Punishment

Courtesy of William Bronchick, Esq. Sad to say, the fact that one is ignorant of the law does not a sufficient defense in a court of law make. Ignorance is no protection against punishment. An adult is presumed to know all the laws. This presumption is knowingly and clearly false. So why is it made […]

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Criminal Justice Degrees: What is the Difference and What are the Benefits?

Courtesy of William Bronchick, Bronchick Law At Bronchick Law, we rarely deal with criminal justice, but I thought this might be of interest to the folks following my articles that are considering a degree in Criminal Justice! There are many majors in criminal justice. Let us look at the most popular ones – justice administration, […]

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Are You Considering Criminal Law?

By William Bronchick, Bronchick Law   Although at Bronchick Law, we don’t practice Criminal Law, we do have a number of young adult readers that may be considering it as a career. Here is a little information that I hope you find helpful. If criminal law is your passion, there is little doubt that you will be […]

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CarFax Woes — Top 5 Things To Watch For

Courtesy of William Bronchick, Bronchick Law Many car buyers find themselves in this unfortunate circumstance, whether they are in New York, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Colorado or elsewhere in the country. What’s our advice? #1 When buying a car, run your own CarFax report; don’t be penny-wise and dollar-foolish by relying on the auto dealer to do […]

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Americans Fear Crime

     Courtesy of  William Bronchick. Esq. Bronchick Law Are you afraid of crime? Do you think about becoming the victim of crime often? According to the Sourcebook of Criminal Justice Statistics, many Americans fear becoming the victim of crime often. As I will show in this article, the fear crosses all lines—sex, race, education, […]

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