3 Reasons To Hire A DUI Attorney

Posted on: 27 September 2018

Being arrested for a DUI is a scary and overwhelming experience, especially if you haven't ever been arrested before. Although there are several steps involved in a DUI arrest, your defense begins as soon as you are pulled over. From the initial stop to being taken to jail, each part of the process plays a significant role in the outcome, which is why it is critical that you contact a local DUI attorney as soon as possible following your arrest. [Read More]

What To Ask Potential Expungement Attorneys

Posted on: 29 August 2018

When you have crimes on your record, you can find difficulty getting a job or even a place to live. If you want to clear your record for a fresh start, you will need to have your record expunged. You will need an attorney to help you through the process. When you are choosing your attorney, there are some important questions you need to ask, including the following: Ask About Attorney's Fees [Read More]

Your Spouse Just Stole Your Car: Was It Carjacking?

Posted on: 5 August 2018

Marriages are very often a loving situation between two people who care for each other deeply. Unfortunately, they can also be a bad situation because one party turns sour, bitter, and jealous. In some instances, a spouse may do something criminal against their loved one, such as stealing their car in a fit of rage. Is this type of crime carjacking or is it a less serious situation? Carjacking Is A Specific Type Of Crime [Read More]

How Addressing Inconsistent Statements Can Support a Credible Defense

Posted on: 12 June 2018

A wrongful accusation of a crime does more than lead someone into legal trouble. False accusations ruin reputations. A person accused of a sex crime may find their personal and professional life irreparably harmed. The public's perceptions about sexual predators often prove harsher than would be the case with, say, property crimes. People remain fearful of someone believed to be a sexual predator. Life then suffers both dramatically and unfairly. [Read More]