Tips For Defending False Criminal Accusations

Posted on: 30 April 2019

If someone has falsely accused you of a crime, don't rely on the fact of your innocence alone to set you free. Use the following tips to help you prove that fact: Document Everything Start to document everything the moment you realize the authorities suspect you of a crime or you are under investigation. Human memory is fickle, and if you don't document everything, you may later forget information crucial to your defense.
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Protect Yourself From A DWI Charge

Posted on: 17 December 2018

With New Year's looming around the corner and a plethora of other holidays right behind, you may have the inclination to go out and party with some of your co-workers or loved ones. Unfortunately, an alcohol-induced impairment can become an issue if you let your guard down. Take the time to outline a course of action that will protect you from a DWI charge and provide you with help if you do find yourself in hot water.
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Hire a Real Estate Attorney to Appeal Your Property Tax Amount

Posted on: 9 October 2018

When your local municipality calculates your property tax based off the estimated value of your home, you'll commonly just accept this number and pay it in installments throughout the year. However, it's possible that you might dramatically disagree with the property tax amount. Calling your local municipality to complain likely won't get you anywhere, but you shouldn't give up on righting this situation just yet. Instead, talk to a real estate attorney who has had past success representing homeowners who wish to appeal their property tax.
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Four Things You Should Understand When You Are Charged With A DUI

Posted on: 4 September 2018

Driving under the influence is a serious charge. Even when your blood alcohol level is slightly over the legal limit, the consequences of your DUI arrest can be painful. And this can be true even for a first time offender. You can lose your license, and depending upon what you do for a living, you could lose your job. Naturally, your insurance rates are going to increase dramatically. The following are a few things you should know.
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