Defending Myself In Court

I have always been one of those people who is committed to doing the right thing, which is one of the reasons I was so taken off guard by accusations that I had broken the law. I knew that I had to work hard to prove my innocence, so I started looking around for places that could help. I was able to find a great general attorney in my area who really seemed to understand what I was up against, and it was really incredible to work with him. He helped me with everything from working with my employer to knowing which bills to pay, and I was really grateful. Check out this blog for more information.

Understanding Your Rights At A DUI Checkpoint

23 August 2017
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While drinking to excess and getting behind the wheel is always a bad idea, most people who drink and drive don't realize that they've had too much to drink. For this reason, it's usually best to avoid drinking at all if you plan on driving. Regardless, DUI checkpoints are commonplace in many police departments, especially on weekends and holidays. Should you ever encounter a DUI checkpoint, regardless of whether you've been drinking or not, it's important to know how to best protect your rights. Read More …

How a Failure to Disclose May Lead to a Wrongful Death Claim

12 October 2015
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Some home sellers and real estate agents think failing to disclose issues about the home they are selling will only result in minor inconvenience to the new homeowners or the people who buy the home won't have any legal recourse to recover damages from them. However, if someone is fatally hurt because a seller or agent failed to disclose a hazard that caused the deadly injury, a simple failure to disclose case can quickly advance into a wrongful death claim. Read More …