Criminal Defense Guide (Page 14)
Top Twenty Questions to ask your Divorce Lawyer
Image Credit: Pixabay While it is hoped that these questions will be helpful to anyone who needs the advice, this is not to be confused with actual, real, legal advice. Will my divorce case go through the courts? Thinking about going through a court process can seem like a lot when it comes to couples who are going through divorce. If everything is resolved amicably, then the court does... ❯❯❯
Estate Planning 101
Do not be fooled by the term ‘estate planning’. You do not need to be wealthy to have an estate plan. In fact, if you have any assets at all and you wish to control what happens to them when you pass on, you will need an estate plan. Here is some detailed information to help you decide if an estate plan is right for you: What is an estate? An estate is made up of everything you own.... ❯❯❯
Mistakes People Make After a DWI Arrest
Image Credit: Pixabay There are very strict laws against driving under the influence of alcoholic beverages. Still, people have confidence in themselves or make poor choices after drinking these beverages and end up getting caught while driving impaired. This means a Driving While Intoxicated charge, or a DWI. This charge can have a very serious impact on your life. It can result in the loss of... ❯❯❯
6 Ways to Avoid Financial Advisor Frauds and Scams
Image Credit: Pixabay There have been many stories over the past few years regarding financial advisors who scammed their clients. If you feel as though you were a victim, you may want to contact an Investment Fraud Attorney Los Angeles, as they are able to take on these cases to help you win back some of the money you lost. And if you are confused about whether or not you are being scammed,... ❯❯❯
What Are The Defenses You Can Use In A Criminal Trial?
Being accused of a crime can impact the rest of your life, especially if you are found guilty. A criminal record can stop you from attaining goals set for your career and the standing you have in your community. There are only a few defenses that you can use when you stand trial for a criminal act. Choosing the right one is imperative to getting your life -- and your reputation -- back. It is the... ❯❯❯
How Fraud Laws Could Potentially Be Hurting The Seafood Industry
With a new administration in full swing, many of the old industry standards, rules, and regulations are getting a second look. Nowhere is that more apparent than in the EPA and FDA. What that will do to the seafood industry remains to be seen. Statistics show that in nearly 74% of the instances researched at sushi restaurants, consumers being offered anything from sea urchin to crab were being... ❯❯❯
Dui Arrest? What Not to Do in the First 48 Hours
If you have been arrested for a DUI, chances are you are undoubtedly stressed, worried, and trying to figure out what your next and best move should be. The first few days after your arrest are critical, and you must take the proper steps in order to ensure the best outcome. Every case has its own specific circumstances and complexities but there are a few things that you should try to avoid... ❯❯❯
Miranda Rights: Understanding Why They're Read
A short paragraph could be the difference between freedom, and officers doing their jobs. While there’s growing speculation that accused person(s) shouldn’t have rights, the Constitution protects the fact that they do. There’s no shortage of terrible police brutality stories, even stories of retaliation against police. Could something as simple as knowing your rights save lives?... ❯❯❯
What Is Comparative Negligence And How Does It Affect Accident Blame?
In most car accidents, blame is pretty simple to assign. One person doesn’t follow the rules of the road and it ends with a collision. However, there are often times that the fault of an accident either can’t be deciphered or that both parties may be at fault because both contributed. That makes the issue of who gets the ticket, more problematic. The ticket typically determines whose... ❯❯❯
Is An Assault At Work Covered By Workers’ Compensation?
When you are injured at work, things are completely different from when you get injured anywhere else. When you get hurt on the job, you are entitled to something called workers' compensation. That sounds good, right? For anyone who has to pay for their medical insurance, the thought that someone else will take care of the bills should make you feel like the pressure is off. The problem is that... ❯❯❯