Eric Wetlaufer to Upgrade Popular Law Enforcement Blog Site

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People who would like tips on how to interact with police can soon take advantage of an upgraded version of an in-demand law enforcement blog by Eric Wetlaufer.

Individuals who would like to learn more about their rights when dealing with police and law enforcement in general can soon take advantage of a new-and-improved version of an already-popular blog by Eric Wetlaufer.

The blog website, which can be found at, made its debut in the fall of 2018 and experienced a great deal of success during that time. In fact, the blog achieved numerous number-one rankings across all of the search engines. In light of how successful the blog has been, Wetlaufer said that version 2.0 of the microsite will implement even more free resources for its users.

Wetlaufer said he plans to announce the changes that will be made to the current version of the blog website during the first quarter of 2019. However, in the meantime, he wanted to take the time to thank all of his readers for a great 2018 and for making his site the number-one blog to go to for all of their law enforcement questions.

Wetlaufer emphasizes on his website how the law enforcement climate today is very hostile, so it is important for citizens to understand their legal rights when interacting with police. He is currently studying to become a criminal defense attorney or state prosecutor at the moment, although he is intrigued by the field of criminal justice as well. His passion for both law and criminal justice started back in high school, when he was a passionate debater and a regular fan of popular legal shows at the time, such as Law and Order, Night Court, Boston Legal, and The Practice.

Wetlaufer’s goal through his website is to help people to understand that the current criminal justice in the United States is flawed, with people being wrongly convicted of crimes or walking free when they should actually be behind bars, for example. He also aims to help people to know how to deal with police effectively so that they can continue to live as free and clear citizens in the years to come.

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