Fighting Charges Successfully

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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.

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Before Bailing Out A Relative: What To Consider

22 August 2018
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Wanting to step in with financial assistance in the form of bail after someone's arrest is, for many, a natural response if they love that person. You may be thinking about their safety to the exclusion of everything else; their freedom at this time could be paramount. However, these particular bail bonding considerations demand attention. 1-Knowing Your Relative Love, concern, and all the emotions that prompt you to bail out the relative in trouble could cloud your judgment. Read More …

Factors Determining Statute Of Limitations For Crimes

3 August 2018
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If the government suspect you of committing a crime, then it has a limited period within which it has the legal authority to formally accuse you and prosecute you for the crime (with expectations). This period is known as the statute of limitations, and it varies depending on the: The Age of the Victim of Your Alleged Act Children belong to the group of vulnerable members of the society, which means they are easy targets for criminals. Read More …

Three Things You Should Know About School Zone DUIs

4 June 2018
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Not all DUI (driving under the influence) crimes are created the same; some are more serious than others and some attract even further charges. It all depends on the circumstances of the alleged crime and the laws of the jurisdiction. For example, driving while intoxicated in a designated school zone is likely to earn the perpetrator a school zone DUI. Here are three things you should know about school zone DUIs: Read More …

Gaining Custody Of Your Endangered Child

15 April 2018
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Although it is unfortunate, many children are living in an environment that puts their safety at risk. If you have a child who lives with a neglectful parent that has full custody of him or her, it doesn't mean that you can't do anything about it. There is the possibility that you can gain full custody of your child no matter what contributed to the other parent being granted the rights in the past. Read More …

What To Do After Your Expungement Is Denied

24 December 2017
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If you have a criminal record, you may find yourself turned down when applying for work. However, you do not have to continue to live with a criminal record. You may attempt the process of having your criminal record expunged. However, if the claim is denied, there is more that you can do. You Can Appeal Having a denied expungement appealed is not an easy feat. You may attempt to appeal the denial. Read More …