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- The Minnesota Commercial Driver and DWI
Minnesota DWI Laws can be very difficult for drivers that choose to drive under the influence of alcohol. But, they can be especially harsh for those individuals that possess a commercial driver's license.
- Discovering Evidence in Criminal Cases
Every criminal defense in Michigan rests on the strength of the Prosecutor's evidence. Discovery is essential to a successful criminal defense strategy. Discovery is the stage where your Defense Attorney submits a written demand to inspect the evidence, and get copies of all reports. If the Prosecutor refuses to comply with the Discovery Demand, the Court may issue and Order Compelling Discovery, which directs the Prosecutor to release the evidence.
- What Is Unlawful Search and Seizure?
In the United States, the US Constitution's 4th Amendment provides protection for US citizens from unreasonable search and seizure.
- Study Reveals Texting and Driving Just as Risky as Drunk Driving
Most people are very aware of the dangers of drinking and driving, but texting while driving is becoming just as serious a threat on our public roadways.
- Felony Traffic Offenses: What to Do if You Are Arrested?
Felony traffic offenses are the most serious type of criminal traffic offenses.
- Florida’s Cyberstalking Laws
While the Internet, email, smartphones, and the widespread usage of social media sites have improved our lives in many ways, they have also unfortunately become the breeding grounds for new types of crime.
- Taking a Look at Some Common Defenses for Criminal Charges
This article describes the most common defenses used when facing a criminal charge. It's important that the accused are made aware of their rights so that they can properly defend oneself. Briefly describes self-defense, statute of limitations, alibis, entrapment, and insanity defense strategies.
- Contempt of Court Charges in Florida
Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ve surely caught wind of the viral news story about Miami’s bad girl du jour: the foul-mouthed, bird-flipping teen Penelope Soto. Here’s a recap of the infamous February 2013 courtroom incident:
- Online Publication of Mugshots in Florida
A mugshot is a photographic portrait taken of a defendant by the police department after the defendant has been arrested and is in police custody. Typically, the arrestee will take one front-view photo and one-side view photo. The purpose of a mugshot is to provide law enforcement with a photographic database of all arrested individuals, which is then often used by victims and investigators for identification purposes.
- Daytime DUI Rising Across The Country
Law enforcement officials agree that intoxicated driving during the day is a rising problem.