Things You May Want To Know About Immigration Law
12 January 2018
Immigrating to a new country can be one of the most important life changes that a person goes through. While this can open the door to a fresh start with new opportunities, the process of immigrating to the United States can be very confusing and legally complicated. This can lead to you needing to have several basic questions answered so that you will be prepared.
Do You Have To Have An Employer Sponsor To Immigrate?
Affirmative Defenses To Domestic Violence
6 January 2018
Domestic violence is one of the heinous crimes you can ever be charged with not only for the consequences it attracts but also for the long-term consequences it attracts. Fortunately, denying the act of violence isn't the only way of defending domestic violence charges. Here are some of the affirmative defenses you can deploy:
This is one of the most viable defenses in cases of domestic violence, but it is also one of the hardest to prove.
The Primary Differences Between A Criminal Case And Civil Case In Court
6 January 2018
A lot of inexperienced court goers assume that criminal and civil cases in court are pretty much the same process. After all, both can involve you spending time in a courtroom, supplying evidence, and even giving testimony. However, criminal and civil cases can be completely different from each other in a lot of ways. If you have been charged in a criminal case and will be going to court, it is best if you fully understand the differences between civil and criminal law.
What Happens at DUI Arraignment?
5 January 2018
If you have been arrested and charged with DUI (driving under the influence), one of the first court processes you will face is that of arraignment. Here is what happens at DUI arraignment:
They Will Read Your Criminal Charges
Just because you have been charged with DUI doesn't mean it is the only official charge you will be facing. Depending on the circumstances of your DUI and arrest, the prosecution may charge you with multiple offenses, and the judge will read all of them.