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Ten Questions to Ask a Lawyer

Lawyers are essential components of our legal system that strive to ensure justice is served. Who knows, perhaps you will need to seek guidance from one of them in the future for any number of reasons. If you ever find yourself in need of legal counsel and/or representation, it is wise to schedule a consultation Read More

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The DWI Standard – Eliminating the Excuses and Finding the Truth

In any criminal prosecution, the prosecuting attorney must prove the elements of the offense. In a DWI those elements are: Defendant On or about a certain date In the county and state where the court sits Operated a motor vehicle On a public road way While intoxicated In a DWI, the definition of intoxication is Read More

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Not Guilty – Assault Family Violence

A common question for criminal defense attorneys is, “How can you represent someone that you know is guilty?” My answer is this: It’s easy to represent a guilty person. There is no pressure at all. Ninety-nine percent of the guilty persons will be punished. It’s just a question of what the appropriate punishment is. My Read More

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Clear Your Record: Expunctions and Non-Disclosures

We live in the information age, in which a person can find information about virtually any thing (or person) in just a few key strokes or mouse clicks. This access to information enables employers, schools, apartments, mortgage companies, etc. to easily conduct background checks. These entities will likely make judgments and reach conclusions about you Read More

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How to Choose a Lawyer

Choosing Your Attorney Attorneys are the people you call when you need a problem solved. Law firms vary greatly and it is important to find the attorney best equipped to resolve your issues efficiently and effectively. Here are some factors to consider when wondering how to choose a lawyer: Experience in the Practice Area Many Read More

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DWI: Not Guilty

This week I tried a DWI to a jury. The jury deliberated for 50 minutes and came back with a not guilty verdict. The jury trial has inspired a number of future blog topics: Loss of the normal use of physical or mental faculties — In addition to the breath or blood test, this is Read More

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