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The Causes and Effects of Driving On a Suspended License

25th July 2011
Traffic violations can carry heavy penalties for those who are convicted. One of the more serious charges is driving on a suspended driver's license. While some people are unaware they are violating the law, others are well aware of it and do it anyway. D...
Author: Art Jones
Immigration Law

Convictions and Naturalization Effects

14th March 2011
Even though a criminal conviction can have grave penalty on one's immigration rank, neither criminal defense attorneys, nor judges, have a lawful duty to warn a criminal defendant of the immigration consequences of a appeal agreement or conviction. This i...
Author: Aditya Mittal
Immigration Law

How Do People Get in Problems with USA Immigration?

09th March 2011
The branch of your U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) that deports individuals is known as U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). Right after a long time of defending folks in Immigration Court, I have observed a pattern of how ICE locate...
Author: Charley Wilkins
Immigration Law

How Do People Get in Trouble with Immigration

21st February 2011
The branch from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) that deports men and women is known as U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). Following a long time of defending individuals in Immigration Court, I've witnessed a pattern of how ICE ...
Author: Nicolas Gutierrez
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

Top 3 Reasons for Fail Background Check

17th August 2010
Finding a job in this economy can be a daunting and difficult task. In a competitive job market employers become more stringent and will disqualify applicants that provide incorrect or incomplete information about themselves over the past 10 years. When e...
Author: Real Background Checks

Another Not Guilty: Client Falsely Accused of Indecency with Child Acquitted After Trial by Jury

13th October 2009
Every prospective juror summoned to court for jury duty in a criminal case is questioned by counsel for the State and defendant as to his/her willingness to follow the law as given by the judge at the conclusion of the trial. A prospective juror who canno...
Author: Media Masters

How to Prepare for a Georgia Deposition

21st August 2008
Your deposition in a court case may be the first time you've ever been asked to give legal testimony under oath. Because the questions may be very personal and your answers may be important to your case, and because you'll be testifying in a room with you...
Author: stokesinjurylawyers