The Basics of Pleading To A Lesser Charge

Posted on: 8 March 2017

If you have been arrested and charged with a crime, you may already have a good idea of what you could be facing in terms of punishment after consulting with your attorney. In some cases, you may be met with a decision before your case is decided upon in court. Knowing what to do once your attorney presents you with a plea bargain can be confusing, especially when it comes at a time when you are already under a great deal of stress.
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4 Aspects Of The "Medical Necessity" Defense To Understand If Charged With Possession Of Marijuana

Posted on: 18 July 2016

Marijuana is one of the only medications that works to help relieve pain, nausea and other symptoms all at the same time. However, medical marijuana is only legally available in a handful of states and there are sometimes other state regulations regarding marijuana that it is important to take into consideration. If you live outside of one of these states, it may be difficult to access medical marijuana, and even if you are in a state where medical usage is allowed, you may still be charged with criminal charges if you fail to get a valid prescription or break another law related to marijuana.
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Car Crash Injuries: 3 Financial Impacts For Family Summer Vacations

Posted on: 14 June 2016

As children get out of school, it's a common time for many families to start planing their summer vacations. If you've been injured in a car accident, then those plans may completely change as you heal from injuries and the various impacts that they have caused. Instead of paying for everything out of pocket, you can seek reimbursement for your extra expenses through a personal injury settlement case. When you've been injured before or during a family summer vacation, there are three financial impacts to consider for the case.
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The Jury Is Out: Understanding The Pitfalls And What You And Your Attorney Can Do About It

Posted on: 13 June 2016

If you have been charged with a crime you didn't commit, you may assume that hiring a good criminal defense attorney is all that is needed to clear your name. You may further think that a jury trial is the best solution because the jury works together to uncover the facts and makes a decision about your guilt based on those facts. You may be surprised to learn that it isn't that simple.
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