Should You Bail Your Person Out Of Jail?

Posted on: 19 September 2018

When someone that you know gets themselves arrested, they may call you for help with bail. Is bailing out your person something that you really should do? What are the risks? How do you decide if bailing them out wouldn't be a mistake? Here, you'll find a few things that can help you decide if bail is the right move to make. Who is the person to you? Seriously – who is the person to you?
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Will a DWI Curtail Your Right to Drive?

Posted on: 15 August 2018

If you've been arrested and charged with driving while intoxicated you are facing some potentially serious punishments if you are convicted. One of those punishments might be a loss of driving privileges. You may have heard it said that driving is a privilege and not a right and that is never more truer than when you are facing DWI charges. If you are worried about your future, read on and learn what could happen to your driving privilege.
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When Joint Physical Custody Works

Posted on: 20 July 2018

Going through a divorce is hard. It is never easier on you or your ex-spouse. If you have kids, it is even especially harder on them when their parents fight and split up from each other. Hopefully both parties can agree to joint custody. But while it has its benefits it's only likely to work if: It's What You Both Want One of the hardest things to do is to force a parent to raise their child in a manner they don't want.
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Joining The Military & Need A Security Clearance? What About That Expungement In Your Records?

Posted on: 23 May 2018

If you have enlisted in the military in a job that requires a security clearance, you may be concerned about an expungement or other stricken record that can be found in an intensive background check, and rightly so. Security clearances for military personnel can uncover records that other background searches would likely not find. It's crucial for you to fill out the SF86 honestly and completely, particularly the portion regarding police records.
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