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  • Differences between Kidnapping and Aggravated Kidnapping
      by HG.org

    Kidnapping is the instance when someone abducts another person for various reasons. The abductor often takes the victim to a remote or far-away place to ensure the person taken is not easily recognized or able to get away.

  • Criminal Charge of Kidnapping
      by HG.org

    Most states have laws regarding kidnapping as a criminal act. The victim is taken and transported usually to a great distance away from his or her original location, often crossing state lines in the process to impede a criminal investigation.

  • Abduction Cases
      by HG.org

    Abduction and kidnapping cases often go hand in hand. In most cases, abduction is considered to be the illegal holding or transporting of a person without consent and against his or her will. Most instances of this crime include force, threats against the victim, intimidating the person usually through proposed violence or through words or some sort of deception.

  • Reducing Federal Drug Penalties
      by HG.org

    Penalties for drug charges are extremely severe for those convicted of these crimes. Starting in 2014, acts have been proposed to provide a reduction in consequences for these crimes as well as a retroactive allowance for those convicted from the point the acts were proposed originally. These acts are to update the minimum sentencing to keep with the years as laws and sentencing shift and change.

  • Defenses to Reckless Driving
      by HG.org

    Drivers may operate a vehicle in a manner that causes both stress and peril on the road for others attempting to travel safely to their destination. In many of these instances, citations and tickets are issued. However, not all of these drivers are stopped before they may cause injury or property damage to others on the road or in traffic.

  • Being Arrested for a Felony Traffic Offense
      by HG.org

    Most traffic violations are classified as lesser offenses such as a municipal violation. When a driver commits a particularly egregious crime in traffic or on the road, it may be deemed a felony offense.

  • Criminal Cases and Marital Exceptions
      by HG.org

    One of the biggest public policies in the United States is protecting the sanctity of marriage. Marriage is considered by many to be a sacred bond. As such, the privacy between spouses to be able to talk about nearly anything is also held sacred. This truism also operates in many courts of law. In most jurisdictions, it is difficult or impossible to force one spouse to testify against another spouse. This concept is referred to as marital privilege.

  • Criminal Defense Strategies
      by HG.org

    When a person is facing criminal charges, there are high stakes. His or her liberty may be at stake, along with his or her standing in the community and his or her profession. A criminal defense lawyer can evaluate the circumstances involving the case and find critical mistakes that were made by law enforcement to help improve the defendant’s chance at a successful defense.

  • Pleading Not Guilty Even When Guilty
      by HG.org

    Many individuals have heard the phrase “innocent until proven guilty.” This means that all criminal defendants are presumed to be innocent. The only thing that overcomes this presumption is if the prosecutor proves that the defendant is guilty by proof beyond a reasonable doubt.

  • Need for Experienced Lawyer in Drug Trafficking Case
      by HG.org

    Drug trafficking charges are extremely serious with the potential to carry some of the stiffest penalties in the country. For this reason, it is important to consult with an experienced lawyer as soon as possible

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