What To Do If You Are Arrested

Posted on: 31 March 2017

If you are arrested for a crime the things you do and the way you act can have a lot to do with how you are treated, the privileges you get, and even the amount of time you end up doing, or not doing, for your crime. This is why you should make sure you do everything in your power to make sure that you act in a way that's going to give you the best outcome possible.
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Children And Crime: What Rights Does A Juvenile Have?

Posted on: 13 March 2017

What happens if your child gets arrested? While laws vary from state to state, there are some things that you have a right to expect -- and some things that you don't. Here's what you need to know. The age of your child matters. It's important to remember, especially for parents of teens who are still in high school, that your 18-year-old is legally an adult even if he or she hasn't yet graduated high school and is dependent on you.
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Consider The Full Impact Of A Traffic Violation Before You Shrug It Off As Trivial

Posted on: 12 August 2016

Getting a traffic ticket is nothing to scoff at. It can mar your perfect driving record, incur a hefty fine and send your auto insurance rates soaring. If you have received a traffic ticket for a driving offense, you typically have two choices: accept the responsibility and take the consequences, or hire an attorney to fight the case. Before you hire an attorney to defend your traffic violation, consider the actual consequences of your violation and how that will impact your driving record and driving privileges or your insurance rates.
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Life After A DUI: Preventing A Relapse In Your Teenager

Posted on: 25 June 2015

As the parent of a teenager who has already been charged with DUI, you are right to be concerned. While your DUI lawyer and a counselor can talk to your child about the implications of driving drunk again, he or she has to be the one to make the decision not to do so. Since teenagers, as a rule,tend to feel invincible, it can be very difficult for parents to convey how vital it is to follow the law, as well as the rules of common sense.
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