Does It Matter Which Bail Bondsman You Choose?

19 November 2017
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Does it matter which bail bondsman you choose? This is a question that you need to keep on your mind at all times. And yes, it does matter because there are different types of bail bonds agents. When looking for a bail bondsman, always look for someone who is trustworthy and who is going to be there for you no matter which day it is. If you get arrested for any kind of a criminal violation, the presiding judge will set a bail amount. Read More 

Fighting The Turn On Yellow: Traffic Violations That Make No Sense

3 October 2017
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There are just some traffic violations in different states that make no sense. Turning as the light turns yellow and not completing your turn before it turns red is a no-no. Turning right, even though there is a sign half covered in dirt that would have told you not to turn on red, is another. What are you to do? It is an especially messy problem when traffic cameras have you nailed dead to rights. Read More 

Faqs About Appealing A Criminal Conviction

24 June 2017
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After a conviction in a criminal case, you have several legal options available to you if you do not agree with the decision. One of those choices is to file an appeal with a higher court. If you are thinking of appealing a conviction, here is what you need to know: What Is the Possible Outcome of the Appeal?  When an appeal is filed, the appellate court will review the decision of the lower court. Read More 

3 Misconceptions About Hiring Attorneys

19 May 2017
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Hiring an attorney can be an exciting and stressful thing. The attorney can be helping you to resolve a problem such as a divorce, a personal injury dispute, a criminal charge. They can also help to prevent problems, like writing an estate plan, making business contracts, or putting a patent on a product. The important thing is that you understand what you should do when it comes to meeting with an attorney so that you know what to expect. Read More 

Why Character Testimony Isn’t All Its Cranked Up To Be

5 April 2017
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Character evidence isn't usually allowed during a criminal trial (there are a few exceptions), but you may be allowed to introduce it during the sentencing stage. For example, you may use your "good" character when pleading with the judge to have mercy on you and lower your penalties. However, introducing character witnesses doesn't always help, and in some cases, it can even hurt your case. Here are three major ways character evidence might fail to help you much: Read More