2018

Dealing With An Emotionally Abusive Spouse? 4 Steps You Should Take Right Away

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If you're in an emotionally abusive marriage, and your spouse is bullying you, don't let the treatment continue. Bullying is a way for your spouse to control you and they will continue the practice until you get help. They may even escalate the behavior to a point where your safety is at risk. If you've decided to file for divorce, here are four steps you should take right away. Devise a Safety Plan

7 October 2018

3 Reasons Why A Reckless Driving Ticket Should Be Taken More Seriously Than A Speeding Ticket

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The various types of tickets that you can be cited for when driving might all seem like they're more of an annoyance and a cost than something that you should take really seriously. If you have recently been pulled over and given a ticket for reckless driving, you might be thinking about it much like you would a speeding ticket. However, reckless driving is something that you should take a lot more seriously than your average speeding ticket.

2 September 2018

Three Times When The Prosecutor Can Breach Spousal Privilege

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Married defendants depend on spousal privilege laws to keep prosecutors from forcing their wives or husbands to testify against them and/or reveal confidential information that could tank their cases. Unfortunately, though, these laws aren't bulletproof. Here are three times when the prosecutor in your criminal case can breach spousal privilege and compel your husband or wife to spill the beans. The Criminal Act Is Exempt Most people assume spousal privilege laws cover any and all crimes, including murder.

9 August 2018

Can You Refuse Field Sobriety Tests?

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As a motorist, you have probably been stopped at DUI tests, and you have probably wondered whether you can refuse the tests. Well, the straight answer is that you can, but there are other important things you should know about refusing field sobriety tests. For example, you need to know that: You Have the Right to Refuse the Tests The first thing you should know is that you have the legal right to refuse the field sobriety tests.

8 June 2018

Charged With A BWI? Possible Defenses A Criminal Law Attorney May Use

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A BWI is similar to a DWI; however, a BWI is when you are boating while intoxicated, while a DWI is when you were driving while intoxicated. If you were charged with a DWI, a common defense used is that you were illegally stopped, and thus you should not be charged with a DWI. When it comes to boating, officers can pull you over for anything they want, including simple safety checks for life vests.

10 April 2018