Three Circumstances That May Aggravate Your Embezzlement Charges
4 December 2017
If you are facing embezzlement charges, there is a chance that the charges may be upgraded to aggravated embezzlement, which is a more serious charge with more dire penalties than standard embezzlement. Here are some of the things that may lead to aggravated embezzlement:
The Victim Belongs To a Protected Class of Victims
You will be accused of aggravated embezzlement if your victim belongs to a special or protected class. Such classes have special protection from the government due to their vulnerability and the severity of the consequences they may suffer if they lose their financial wellbeing.
3 Reasons To Hire A DWI Attorney
10 October 2017
A DWI attorney is absolutely vital when attempting to fight a DWI charge, mostly because they will be able to increase your chances of getting acquitted, which is exceedingly important when you consider all of the consequences that you could face if you are found guilty of a DWI charge. Listed below are three reasons to hire a DWI attorney.
They Can Potentially Mitigate Your Sentence
One of the biggest reasons to hire a DWI attorney is that they can potentially mitigate your sentence.
Why The Horizontal Gaze Nystagmus Test Doesn't Work (And Why You Need An Attorney)
4 September 2017
One of the first clues that you'll get if an officer thinks you may be inebriated is when he asks you to take a few roadside sobriety tests. One of those tests is the horizontal gaze nystagmus (HGN) test. While it sounds complicated, it's actually quite simple -- and very prone to failure.
Here's why the HGN test shouldn't be used as the basis for a drunk driving arrest -- and why anyone charged with drunk driving after flunking it should get a DUI attorney right away:
Should You Hire A Criminal Defense Attorney?
29 August 2017
Anyone who has been arrested or charged with a crime, whether a misdemeanor or felony, will quickly find themselves asking one question: should I hire a criminal defense attorney? The answer to this important question is a resounding yes.
While every crime is different, being charged with anything is a serious matter. Criminal charges can lead to a number of severe consequences, including loss of a job, loss of a relationship, time in jail or prison, and having a criminal record.