Helping You Fight A Marijuana-Related DUI

17 October 2016
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Due to changes in public opinion, laws related to the possession and consumption of marijuana have been rapidly evolving all over the nation. However, one thing that remains the same in all fifty states is that you can be charged with driving under the influence of marijuana. The National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence states that marijuana is second only to alcohol as the drug most consumed in association with a DUI. Read More 

Dog Bite Basics: What Every Dog Owner Should Know About Dog Bite Injury Cases

12 April 2016
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When you own a dog, it's up to you to protect others from your pup's behavior. In fact, if someone is bitten by your dog, you may be liable for any injuries caused. But to be held liable, there must be some evidence that you behaved in a negligent manner and that negligence led to the bite. Here's a look at what you should know about negligent actions as a dog owner and resulting dog bites. Read More 

Should You Accept A Plea Bargain For Drug Trafficking?

8 October 2015
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If are charged with drug trafficking, it's very likely that you will be offered a plea bargain. In fact, 97% of federal criminal prosecutions are resolved with plea bargains, and state prosecutions are similar. A plea bargain results in minimal sentencing, which can be as much as 5 or 10 years for drug trafficking by first offenders, depending on the amount of drugs involved in the crime.  Before you accept a plea bargain, here are a few important things to understand. Read More 

Could Your Home Milling Project Be Illegal?

7 October 2015
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A miniature end mill can provide the dedicated craftsman with the ability to create a nearly endless variety of metal crafts or functional pieces of equipment. However, when news broke that some individuals had been able to craft a fully functional, completely untraceable semi-automatic weapon using only a $1,200 end mill, legislators and law enforcement officers took notice.  While you may be interested in creating guns or other weapons for hobby use only, you could potentially find yourself in legal trouble if you sell or give away any of your creations. Read More