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Why Would You Need A Theft Lawyer?

25th April 2013
A theft lawyer is experienced in dealing with various types of theft cases, and he must defend the clients who have committed this crime. However, this does not mean that the theft attorneys encourage these crimes. It is very important to understand that ...
Author: mariocora

Views of Criminal Cases

29th March 2012
Crimes are usually categorized as felonies or misdemeanors based on their nature and the maximum punishment that can be imposed. A felony involves serious misconduct that is punishable by death or by imprisonment for more than one year. Most state crimina...
Author: Vikas Gupta
Personal Injury

Things You Need to Know About Filing Car Crash Claims

23rd May 2011
The sun is high and it seems like a lovely day; you’re driving on the highway in a safe speed of 40 or 50 KPH and then suddenly, another car crashes into you. Car accidents are very usual in the country as the number of cars on the streets increase. Furth...
Author: Dennise Pinley

How to Defend Child Abuse and Neglect Charges

18th May 2011
Criminal charges, whether misdemeanors or felonies, come with the risk of conviction, and associated penalties. However, if the charges include abuse and neglect of children, the laws provide stricter penalties for the offender. You need a legal practitio...
Author: watson23

What Precisely Are Bail Bonds?

21st April 2011
What are Bail Bonds?If you are arrested a court will set the amount of your bail. This is the quantity of cash it will take for you to get out of jail even though awaiting your court date. Based on the seriousness of the crime you are accused of, the bond...
Author: joanne

Tennessee Judicial Diversion

23rd March 2011
Judicial diversion is the process in criminal law where a person pleads guilty to a crime and can later have the charge removed (or expunged) from their record following a period of probation. It is granted by the judge, hence its name. This article will ...
Author: Stegall Law Firm
Immigration Law

Discuss each and every issue related to immigration to your attorney

18th February 2011
While discussing with your immigration lawyer about your immigration process, provide him all required information. Provide basic information: Make sure that your immigration attorney has accurate and basic information on you. That includes your teleph...
Author: Orlando Matsota
Criminal Law

Why You Should Consider a Criminal History Check

15th February 2011
If you are looking at getting a background check on someone, you need to know which check you wish to have done. Regardless if you decide to go with a credit check, national background check, driving record check, online criminal record search or more, yo...
Author: GregBlack

Who Actually Decides What The Bail Bond Amount Will Be Set For?

21st December 2010
If a offender has to go to trial, there a procedure within courts where the judge sets a bail amount. The bail amount of money is known as a financial assurance of sorts that makes certain the accused will turn up in court for his or her trials, or any ki...
Author: C Pinkston
Immigration Law

How Does Having a Criminal Conviction Effect Applying for US Citizenship?

20th October 2010
Citizenship is the state of being a citizen of a country. A citizen is said to be the legal member of the country. The United States citizenship offers numerous benefits, including the ability to sponsor relatives and family members so they can immi...
Author: JennyMartin

The Difference Between Moving Violations And Non Moving Violations

17th August 2010
There are two main differences between traffic violations. Knowing which kind you have can be very important when determining how to handle your particular situation. Sometimes if your ticket is not a serious one that gets reported to your auto insuran...
Author: Steven Swihart
Criminal Law

Why Extortion Is Regarded as a Serious Crime

05th August 2010
As a judge in Dallas for 10 years, and a criminal defense lawyer of The Wade Law Firm since 2007, Henry Wade has met hundreds of individuals charged with varying crimes, both misdemeanors and criminal felonies. Specializing in white collar criminal def...
Author: Dean Matthews

Immigration’s Definition of “Felony” Not Adopted by Supreme Court in Carachuri-Rosendo v. Hold

05th July 2010
Minor Drug Possession Offenses Don't Warrant "Aggravated Felony" Classification On June 15, 2010, the U.S. Supreme Court voted unanimously in Carachuri-Rosendo v. Holder that a lawful permanent resident (LPR) who is convicted of minor drug possession o...
Author: Danielle LC Beach

New York State Certificate of Relief from Disiabilities for Convicts

15th June 2010
The general purpose of obtaining a Certificate of Relief from Disabilities ("Certificate") in New York is for employment purposes. The Certificate restores some of the rights that automatically forfeited due to a felony conviction - it relives the holder ...
Author: Robert Palmer

Felony DUI – all about the offenses and the penalties

14th June 2010
When does your drunk driving offense become a felony? Well, in most cases, a DUI or Driving Under Influence offense is considered as a misdemeanor in the state of Tennessee. But there are circumstances where the offenses are treated as felonies. The penal...
Author: Ashley Smith
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