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  • Can You Get Deported for a DUI or Crime?

    If you are a non-US citizen that needs to know crime or DUI immigration consequences, this guide is for you. Here we review deportable crimes, DUI immigration issues and how DUI affects immigration status and green cards.

  • 17 Best Criminal Defense Strategies

    There are many legal criminal defenses available to fight criminal charges and win. And long treatises written on strategies and techniques in criminal defense. The job of a skilled criminal defense lawyer is to select the best criminal defense lawyer tactics given each unique case's facts and circumstances.

  • Class A Felony Classification in New York
      by HG.org

    New York divides its crimes into two types like many other states: felonies and misdemeanors. Misdemeanors are usually considered less serious offenses while felonies are considered more serious. New York goes a step further and divides felony offenses into three different levels.

  • Changes in Federal Criminal Law Since Trump

    Many of my clients ask me how the election of Donald Trump to the presidency has changed the outlook on their cases. As one would expect, the existing criminal laws are now being enforced much more harshly, resulting in unfair incarceration for many first offenders. Below are the three major areas that I have seen substantial changes in the last year

  • What Happens after Being Detained by Police?
      by HG.org

    When someone has been suspected of criminal activity, the law enforcement officers that observe the individual may arrest him or her and take him or to the police station. If the person has been detained pending an investigation or questioning, he or she may remain in a local or county jail until read his or her Miranda Rights so he or she may acquire a lawyer.

  • How the Bill of Indictment Affects an Individual
      by HG.org

    The Bill of Indictment is a formal document that accuses a specific person of a criminal act. This is presented to the grand jury and signed by a court official, and this affects the accused through possible severe punishment in a federal or state prison or with the death penalty for his or her crimes when convicted.

  • Reliable and Accurate Forensic Testing at Risk under Attorney General Sessions

    Several of my law firm colleagues and I, as well as others in the criminal defense bar in Wisconsin, regularly deal with DNA and other trace forensic evidence. The need for accurate and reliable forensic testing by law enforcement and state crime labs is critical, as our criminal clients’ lives and freedom is at stake.

  • The Differences between Felony and Misdemeanor Drug Charges
      by HG.org

    Drug charges are often severe even if the ones issued are misdemeanor, however, knowing the difference could assist the person arrested in knowing how to prepare. The most severe of all drug charges issued are felony, and these could lead to the person’s conviction and sentence to prison for several years or decades.

  • Defending Assault Charges in Philadelphia

    Assault charges in Philadelphia are actually quite complex. The successful defense of any assault-related charge will be based upon the circumstances surrounding the assault, the premeditation or intent of the defendant as well as the presence or absence of “Serious Bodily Injury.”

  • "Making a Murderer" Mini-Series' Steven Avery Denied a New Trial

    This week the Circuit Court Judge of Sheboygan County considered whether to grant a new trial in the Steven Avery case; a case that captured the country’s attention with the popular Netflix series, “Making a Murderer.”


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