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January 2019 Archives

Preparation is the key in the drunk driving defense cases

Drunk driving can lead to very serious penalties that could have been avoided if you had just found another way home. When a police officer thinks that you are driving under the influence of any substance, including alcohol, illegal drugs or legal medications, the top priority is determining what is going on. They will pull you over and ask you to take tests that will help them to make a determination.

Signs of domestic violence aren't always physical

People who are facing domestic violence charges often question how their life came to this point. They wonder how they can face the consequences and fallout that come with this type of legal action. It is imperative that you present your side of the story when you face the court.

Consider your options for a robbery defense

Taking things that don't belong to you, or even attempting to do so, can lead to criminal charges. Sometimes, these charges are theft or larceny; however, when there is a victim who is threatened with harm or suffers harm, it might be considered a burglary. This is a very serious felony that requires you to consider your defense strategy very carefully. There are several options to think about.

Plea deals can help defendants who admit they're guilty

While the entertainment industry tends to show the drama of criminal law jury trials, this isn't the way things usually happen in the real world. Most criminal cases are resolved when the prosecution and defense come to an agreement about what is going to happen. This is known as a plea deal.

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