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February 2019 Archives

Drunk driving requires a multifaceted defense plan

Drunk driving charges shouldn't be thought of as minor criminal matters. Instead, they have to be taken very seriously because the impact they can have on your life is severe. While part of your defense plan is going to have to be addressing the legal aspects of the matter, you also have to think about the administrative penalties and life consequences so you can address those.

Group wants to ban domestic violence convicts from owning guns

A group of political activists from Kentucky are advocating to prevent those convicted of domestic violence from being able to possess guns. The advocacy group, Moms Demand Action, is hoping that Kentucky will align its laws with federal laws that cover gun possession.

Don't try to ignore criminal charges

Criminal charges can't be ignored because they aren't going to go away. If you do choose to ignore them, there is a good chance that you are going to end up before the court without a viable plan. This isn't good, as you can't just "wing" your defense and assume that you will fare well. We know that you don't want to have to deal with this type of disastrous outcome. We are here to help you determine what defense options you might have.

Jury trials provide a third-party decision on criminal matters

Some criminal defendants opt for a jury to try to prove that they aren't guilty of a trial. This process is a lengthy one, but the end result is that a group of that person's peers listens to the facts of the case as they are presented by the prosecution and the defense during the trial.

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