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Teens charged for alleged groping on University of Missouri campus

Missouri law defines assault in the third degree in a variety of ways, one of which is the following: "The person knowingly causes physical contact with another person knowing the other person will regard the contact as offensive or provocative." Generally, third-degree assault is a misdemeanor in Missouri, unless the defendant has been convicted two previous times of third-degree assault of a family member, in which case the charge could be filed as a felony.

Don't hesitate to get legal advice if the IRS contacts you

It's tax season, and the Internal Revenue Service is, as always, on the lookout for tax fraud. The tax code is extremely complex, however, and these cases often involve massive amounts of evidence that can be interpreted in at least two ways. Successfully defending against a tax fraud charge can depend on which side -- the defense or the prosecution -- can parse out the most compelling narrative, given the available evidence.

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