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Criminal Law

Get a Good Criminal Defense Attorney in Orange County

24th November 2011
A criminal defense attorney is employed by someone accused of a crime. There are three main types of crimes or criminal offenses, felonies, misdemeanors, and infractions. Crimes can be determined by federal law, state law, or local law. In Orange County i...
Author: RammoonCarrasiel

Working out a Plea Bargain in a Criminal Case

22nd September 2011
Is your criminal case destined to go to trial? Well, it depends on the exact circumstances of the case. However, unlike what you think, many criminal cases do not require going to trial. Instead, they reach a resolution at the plea bargaining stage. Befor...
Author: watson23
Criminal Law

Criminal Defense Attorneys: How to Find the Right One

09th May 2011
When your reputation, freedom or life is at stake, you want the services of top-notch Criminal Defense attorneys to not only get you out of the mess but also keep you out of it and make the whole nightmare disappear. Selecting the right lawyer would be t...
Author: manchandalawoffice

White Collar Crimes When to Consult a Criminal Attorney

06th April 2011
These are crimes that are mostly related to financial matters. They include but are not limited to fraud, bribery, computer crimes, embezzlement, pension fund crimes, consumer fraud, bankruptcy fraud, securities fraud, occupational crimes, RICO crimes, id...
Author: Juan Bailey
Criminal Law

Informed Guilty Pleas

11th January 2011
While I am a big proponent of taking matters to trial, there are circumstances where clients will decide to plead guilty.  Although I will provide advice on the benefits and risks of all options, ultimately the decision is up to the client; there may even...
Author: gaurav
Criminal Law

Way Out of DUI

10th May 2010
When many folks are arrested for driving under the influence, one of the first things they need to know is how it is possible to get out of a DUI. There is no straightforward answer to that question because DUI is a criminal offense. If you are arreste...
Author: Clinton Patrick
Criminal Law

Why you Should Hire a Criminal Lawyer

29th April 2010
Anyone who is facing criminal charges in Tampa needs to find legal representation from a Tampa criminal lawyer as soon as possible. Having at least some basic legal knowledge of criminal law as it applies within your state is helpful, but you will give y...
Author: juliannemayers
Criminal Law

Defending your Case with a Tampa Criminal Lawyer

19th April 2010
The key to defending criminal charges in court is to build a good defense. By seeking the services of an experienced Tampa criminal lawyer you can ensure that your defense will be adequately presented in court. Achieving the preferred outcome in court d...
Author: juliannemayers

How to become a Good Attorney

01st December 2009
Signs you'd be A Good lawyer Considering law school? These are ten signs that you make a good attorney. 1. You adore to debate. Day in and day out, you argue about everything. About what to eat for dinner, about the correct amount of detergent for a wa...
Author: Gerg hook

How the Madoff Investment Scandal was uncovered

29th May 2009
Until recently Bernard Madoff was a successful American businessman, former non-executive chairman and one of the NASDAQ stock exchange founders. He is truly one of the living examples of the so called American Dream. He started his company with only $5,0...
Author: Matt Traverso

Plea Bargaining: Wet Reckless, Dry Reckless, Exhibition of Speed

07th June 2006
Plea Bargaining: How do the following differ from a DUI: Wet Reckless, Dry Reckless, Exhibition of Speed The prosecutor and defense counsel can agree to a lower charged offense, as a result of what is known as "plea bargaining." Plea bargaining us...
Author: Darren Kavinoky