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blueThe Uniform Code of Military Justice and Court-Martials

If you are a member of the military and have been accused of a crime, you could be in a very serious situation. As the civilian criminal system varies greatly from the military system, you need to be aware of certain aspects of your case. Most people are aware of what happens when a civilian is accused of a crime.

greenHospital-Acquired Infections Increase Mortality Rate for Elderly ICU Patients

Senior citizens, who are admitted into a hospital intensive care unit and suffer from a hospital-acquired infection, have their risk of death increase by 4 times compared to those seniors who do not have any infection.

greenWhat is a Wobbler and May a Felony Be Changed to a Misdemeanor?

There are several common offenses that a prosecutor can chose to charge as either a felony or a misdemeanor, depending upon the facts of the case and the defendant’s criminal history. In other words, the charge can “wobble” between a felony and a misdemeanor.

blueWhen an Accident Causes Catastrophic Injuries

In the event of an accident, those that are injured can be dealt a harsh blow when they are not just hurt but suffer a catastrophic injury. These can be life threatening and extremely challenging to overcome and deal with. Any type of personal injury can be devastating. Those that deal with one can be limited in a number of ways.

blueWhat Exactly is a Bond?

There are a lot of reasons why someone may end up in jail, but anyone that has been there can tell you that you will want out as fast as possible. The Jacksonville area can supply you with the perfect criminal defense attorney that will be able to help work with you in order to make sure you are freed of as many charges as possible.

blueYour Rights to Refuse a Search at a Traffic Stop

There is nothing more nerve racking than being pulled over by a police office. More often than not people know what they were doing wrong, but wonder if they will be able to get out of it. There are times that the person has no idea what they were doing to be pulled over in the first place.

blueHow to Know It's Time for an Estate Plan Tune-Up

Anyone with an estate plan should congratulate themselves that they've taken the required steps to adequately prepare for the future. However, just like buying a new car requires you to perform regular maintenance, so too does having an estate plan. If you created a plan and haven't performed regular maintenance on it, you need to review your plan with your estate planning attorney.

blueWhat is a Pour Over Will?

Attorneys use many different terms in estate planning and they sometimes use terms without thoroughly explaining what everything means. For example, if you have a revocable living trust, an estate attorney might also suggest that you create a pour over Will. If you do not know what a pour over Will is, you are not alone.

blueUnderstanding Prejudgment Interest in Underinsured Motorist Cases

For RI personal injury lawyers, Metropolitan Property and Casualty v. Barry, 892 A. 2d 915 (RI 2006) is an important case concerning Rhode Island uninsured and underinsured motorists (“UM”) insurance policy provisions. The Barry court determined that Rhode Island personal injury victims have a right to prejudgment interest beginning at the date of the automobile collision.

blueDon't Leave Your Spouse's Probate to Your Children

No one wants to go through the probate process after a spouse dies, but there is an important reason that you shouldn't delay it. If you do not probate your deceased spouse's estate, then your children might have to after you pass away. In fact, they might need to probate both you and your spouse's estates at the same time.

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