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Man facing drug charges sentenced to two years probation

Anyone who is in the throes of a drug addiction understands that a life dedicated to feeding a habit is both difficult and dangerous. A physical dependence can drive a person to behave in ways that are counter to his or her own best interests. And far too often, a practicing drug user risks experiencing an overdose, being arrested or being harmed when engaged in a drug deal. Yet life does not have to be this way and it is very possible for an addict to find a way to turn his or her life around.

The basics of pimping and pandering laws

Pimping and pandering are two terms that are often conflated. Pimping is the receipt of benefits from the act of prostitution while pandering is the act of procuring a prostitute for sexual services. If you don't see the fine line between the two, do not worry, it is tricky. This post will go over the differences and how you can run afoul of each charge.

Man convicted for criminal actions in Cambodia

The Federal Bureau of Investigation, pursuant to a tip, investigated and arrested an Alaskan man for allegedly traveling abroad to commit child sexual abuse. He was arrested following a months-long investigation into his actions which included recordings taken by an undercover agent. He was arrested in 2013 and sentenced in March of this year. He is facing 18 years in federal prison for attempting to sexually exploit children over several years and for attempting to arrange a child sex tourism trip to Cambodia for himself and a few companions.

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