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Fighting Charges Successfully

Have you ever been accused of a crime that you didn't commit? I have, and it wasn't fun. About three years ago I was at work when the police swarmed in and took me into custody. They told me that I was being accused of a serious crime, and I was really frustrated with how I was being treated. I knew that I needed to stand up for my rights, so I talked with my family and secured a criminal attorney. She helped me to prove my side of the story and be vindicated for the charges, and I was really pleased with the help I received.


Keeping Your Personal Injury Claim Out Of The Courtroom

22 August 2017
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When you get injured because of another person's negligence or carelessness, your first inclination may be to file suit against the wrongdoer. Taking cases to court, however, is a time-consuming, expensive and stress-producing process and there are alternatives that could produce faster and easier results for you. Read on to learn more about two of these court alternatives: Make a Demand and Settle for More Since you want to avoid trial, you might also expect that the other side wants to avoid it as well. Read More …

3 Questions To Ask An Attorney About The Impact Of A DUI On Your Underage Son Or Daughter’s Future

22 August 2017
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If you've recently gotten the call from your son or daughter that no parent wants to hear, advising you of their DUI arrest, you're probably concerned about what to expect next. While a DUI is always a serious offense, it can even more so for drivers who aren't old enough to purchase alcohol. In addition, a criminal conviction might impact their admission to some colleges and could prevent your son or daughter from leaving the state to go to school when they are accepted. Read More …

Can Failing An Ignition Interlock Device Test Land You In Jail?

17 August 2017
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Depending on your state's laws and the level of offense, you might be required to have an ignition interlock device installed on your car. The device helps to keep you from driving while intoxicated. If you are required to have one installed, it is important that you understand what it could mean for your future. What If You Fail the Breath Test? Before your car will start and periodically while you are driving, you will be required to provide a breath sample to the ignition interlock device. Read More …

Roommate Just Get a DUI? 3 Ways to Help Them Get Their Life Straight

14 August 2017
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You've been best buddies with your roommate since elementary school, and you now have a chance to enjoy a new phase in your relationship as you live together and attend college. Unfortunately, your most responsible friend made a major mistake when they thought they were sober enough to drive home this weekend, and got a DUI in your city. While you can't erase the past, you can help your friend to overcome this roadblock in their life, so it doesn't affect their future. Read More …