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Blog Posts in 2018

  • When Are Juveniles Tried as Adults?

    || 21-Feb-2018

    One of a parent’s worst-case scenarios is seeing his or her child accused of a crime. Not only does this create extensive stress for the family, but it also means your child’s future is at stake. A conviction of even a minor crime leaves a mark on someone’s record, meaning he or she will have a harder time finding a job or housing later in life. However, the juvenile court tends ...
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  • 3 Questions to Ask Your Defense Attorney

    || 24-Jan-2018

    If you’re facing a criminal charge, you want the best criminal defense attorney on your side. However, your own support can help your case, as well – and you can take steps as a client to improve your odds of avoiding a conviction. Here are 3 essential questions you should ask your lawyer before your trial. Question #1: Do You Have Everything You Need? Your lawyer should be a ...
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  • How Accurate are Field Sobriety Tests?

    || 5-Jan-2018

    If you are stopped by a law enforcement officer who suspects you may be intoxicated while driving, he or she will likely ask you to perform a seemingly simple task, such as standing on one foot or following the officer’s finger without moving your head. These tasks have a purpose: They’re designed to show signs of intoxication that can help establish probable cause and justify the ...
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