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Immigration Law

Alabama Passes Tough New Immigration Law

03rd October 2011
Recently, the state of Alabama passed its own immigration law, which some are calling one of the toughest laws in the country. The law easily passed through the Alabama legislature, following a recent ruling by the U.S. Supreme Court that upheld Arizona...
Author: Staff Writer
Immigration Law

Harry Reid is Glad that Financial debt Ceiling is Left Out

31st January 2011
The republicans have provided the democrats a hard alternative to choose among spending cuts or defaults. And, the democrats say they are worried with the extent of financial debt that the U.S. can get on but the public is asking themselves the validity t...
Author: Gil Hayden
Criminal Law

Prosecutors And The “Technicalities” That Set Criminals Free

14th January 2011
Note: this is the second part in a three-part series on the criminal justice system. See part one: “Criminal Defense Attorneys And The People They Really Protect”; part three: “Prosecution v. Defense And The Constitution That Binds Them.” I am sure at...
Author: Daniel E. Bonilla
Internet Law

Privacy Policies: Why does your website need one?

16th December 2010
Privacy Policies are an important part to any website. A good privacy policy, drafted by an Internet Attorney, seeks to protect against unauthorized access to the site, as well as the collection, use, and disclosure of any information of the end user. I...
Author: Aaron Kelly

Legal issue on Hidden Spy Camera

21st October 2010
The United States laws on hidden Spy cameras vary by state. If you currently using or considering installing a hidden Spy camera or surveillance system it would certainly be wise to investigate the specific laws of your local area. Doing so will insure yo...
Author: Spy Camera, Hidden Camera Shop
Employment Law

An Introduction To Payroll Tax

20th July 2010
The Federal tax, Social Security Tax and Medicare Tax form a part of the Payroll Tax. This article will give a brief introduction on each of these tax heads that form the Payroll Tax. Federal Tax The Federal Tax is a portion of every individual's m...
Author: Gen Wright
Criminal Law

Discover Full Details About Anyone With This Easy Criminal Background Check

03rd June 2010
If there has ever been a time you thought about running a criminal records search on somebody, then you're certainly not unique! These checks are used not only by law enforcement, but also by anyone who is curious about someone's history. Today we want to...
Author: Grant Dougan

Lawsuit Funding, Settlement Loans, Past Medical History And Car Wreck Cases.

27th May 2010
Have you filed a lawsuit against an individual who caused injuries as a result of a car wreck? Are you considering obtaining lawsuit funding, settlement loans, pre-settlement loans, and/or lawsuit loans? If so, are you reluctant to disclose relevant past ...
Author: drrhudy
Accident claims

Does the Pedestrian Always Have the Right of Way?

08th April 2010
We’ve all been taught that the pedestrian has the right of way but is that really true all of the time? The short answer to that question is no. While different states have different laws, the idea that common sense and personal responsibility are i...
Author: tb_chats
Criminal Law

Why You Need To Remain Silent

29th March 2010
Everyone knows they should remain silent whenever it appears they are going to be arrested or questioned seriously by law enforcement. But why? Because too many individuals think they can talk their way out of their bad predicaments with law enforcement...
Author: Vivian Mayer