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What Happens If I Don’t Show Up to My Court Date?

Posted on : July 11, 2021
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Failure to show up to court for a scheduled appearance after being arrested for a crime is a serious matter that warrants prompt response. Here’s what you should consider and where you can get experienced legal help. You Didn’t Show Up At Court — Now What? If you failed to make your court appearance, it’s Read More

When Can Law Enforcement Conduct a Legal Search?

Posted on : June 8, 2021
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The United States Constitution aims to limit the authority and power law enforcement and government agents have over American citizens while still enabling them to keep the peace. The Fourth Amendment protects every citizen’s right to basic privacy by preventing police from searching a person without probable cause.  This law has a major influence on Read More

What Do I Do If I’m Charged With Being an Accomplice of a Criminal Offense?

Posted on : May 14, 2021
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Many people mistakenly believe if they didn’t actually commit the crime, they can’t be held legally culpable. However, if the police have charged you with aiding or conspiring to commit a crime, proving otherwise may be challenging. You’ll need to have strong evidence that you had no involvement in the offense. Here’s how to seek Read More

How Do I Know If I Got Whiplash In a Traffic Accident?

Posted on : May 1, 2021
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When your car is in a collision, the vehicle can suddenly lurch forward or backward.  In a crash, regardless of whether you’re wearing a seat belt or a shoulder harness, your torso shifts with the vehicle, but your head and neck stretch and pull around abruptly. People who have suffered whiplash or other neck injuries Read More

What Is an Effective Alibi?

Posted on : April 26, 2021
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One of the easiest defenses to use in a criminal case is that of an alibi. An alibi simply means that you have evidence of being in another location or with another person when the alleged crime was said to have occurred. This usually means that it would have been impossible for you to have Read More