How Much Can Your Ex Prevent You From Doing In A Divorce?

22 November 2022
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For any divorce lawyer, one of the great annoyances of the job is dealing with clients' exes who insist they're going to stop some or all of the process. Anyone getting divorced should understand how the system addresses these concerns, especially in light of numerous legal structures that strongly favor no-fault proceedings. Here is what a divorce attorney will have to say about exes who insist they can prevent certain things. Read More 

Criminal Consequences Of Habitual Offenders And How A Legal Advisor Can Help

16 August 2022
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Judges consider several factors before deciding on the punishment to offer crime suspects. For instance, they assess the defendant's criminal record and past convictions to know the penalty and jail sentence to offer them. Often, culprits with multiple convictions for committing the same type of crime or those with multiple past convictions get a harsher judgment. Therefore, if the police arrest you and you're a habitual offender, you may want to hire a criminal defense attorney to fight for you. Read More 

Arrested For Domestic Violence? How To Defend Yourself Against The Charges

3 May 2022
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When law enforcement responds to a call of suspected domestic abuse, someone is probably going to be arrested. In many cases, law enforcement must overcome past issues in which they failed to act when domestic situations turned violent. Unfortunately, that means that innocent people get accused of domestic violence in many cases and are left to figure out how to fight the charges. To find out more about defending yourself against domestic violence charges, read below. Read More 

3 Guidelines To Follow In Dealing With An Operating While Intoxicated Or OWI Charge

18 January 2022
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It is a criminal offense to operate a motor vehicle or other machinery while intoxicated. When arrested, the prosecutor brings operating under the influence charges against you. These charges have serious repercussions. You should try your best to get a lawyer soon after your arrest to help you handle the case for the best outcome. Here are some guidelines on the steps to take immediately after the arrest.  Avoid Oversharing Read More 

What Criminal Defendants Should Know About Plea Deals

23 September 2021
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Prosecutors often use plea deals as a way to get through cases faster. If you're facing charges and a prosecutor offers a plea agreement, it's important to understand what it means. Defendants should be aware of these 5 things regarding plea arrangements. A Prosecutor Doesn't Have to Offer One While prosecutors generally like plea agreements, they don't have to offer them. If a prosecutor feels they have a strong enough case and believes they can push it to victory at trial, they have every right to move forward. Read More