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How to Get a Warrant Removed

Criminal Defense Lawyer

There is a certain type of discomfort that comes with knowing that your freedom is on the line and at any moment it can be taken away from you. An arrest warrant allows for any law enforcement officer to take you into custody when the...

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Moving with Your Children After Divorce

Divorce Lawyer

The transition after a divorce can be difficult for both the parents and children to adjust to. Regardless of how old your children are, they are likely to experience a range of emotions about things being different from what they have always ...

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How Does a Judge Decide My Sentence?

Criminal Defense Lawyer

If you’ve been convicted of a crime, you might be wondering how it is that the judge will decide your sentence. A judge has to consider many factors in weighing what sentence to impose upon a defendant who comes before them. Here are ...

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How to choose a court reporter for a criminal case

Criminal Defense Lawyer

You may ask yourself, are all court reporters the same? Are all court reporter services the same? The answer to both questions is a firm no. In researching different service companies, it becomes evident that there are quite a few to ...

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Why might I not need a living trust?

Child Support Lawyer

Each day, a lawyer receives questions by people who are wondering whether or not they should have a living trust, or if it's more practical to create a will. As a trust lawyer, the common answer is "It depends." Some people should choose...

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The Many Ways that Divorce May Be Prolonged

Family Law Lawyer

Once divorce has finally begun, it is likely that each spouse cannot wait for the entire process to be over. Divorce can be heartaching, grueling and last much longer than most spouses would prefer. If many couples could have it, divorce wo...

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Revoked probation

Criminal Defense Lawyer

For many, being on probation is just as bad as jail time. Feeling like you are under a microscope and constantly have to look over a shoulder, almost any little thing may cause you to violate the terms of your probation. It is importa...

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What is Jury Nullification?

Criminal Defense Lawyer

One state has defined “[j]ury nullification [a]s the power to dispense mercy by nullifying the law and returning a verdict less than that required by the evidence.” People v. St. Cyr, 129 Mich.App. 471, 473-474, 341 N.W.2d 533 (1983)....

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What Happens if a Contract Falls Through?

Business Lawyer

In the most ideal world, agreements would be made and both parties would be happy with their choice. Ideally, no disputes would come up and each party would benefit from the contract to the fullest extent. If you are in need of legal services...

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Driving on a Suspended License: Is Lack of Notice of a Suspension a Defense?

One cannot be convicted of Driving on a Suspended License or Driving Without a Valid license if he didn't know his license was suspended.  The controlling cases are Bibb v. Commonwealth,  212 Va. 249, 249-50 (1971) (for Driving on Suspended cases) and Read More

Can an employee sue for damages if an employer pays wages late?

Yes, according to a recent Court of Federal Claims decision that expands Federal wage and hour law to include a timeliness-of-pay requirement.  The case involves a class action by federal employees forced to work during the shutdown (such as prison wardens and border patrol officers) who were not pa...

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