First-Time DWI? Take Action To Keep Your Life Intact

Posted on: 10 April 2018

If law enforcement arrests and charges you with a first-time DWI, you may fear the worst about your situation. You're right to worry about the consequences of your actions. Most states take DWI cases very seriously. If a court finds you guilty of your charges, it can take away your license or sentence you to jail. You can keep your life intact by taking action now. Why Are DWI Charges So Severe?
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Common Types Of Occupational Diseases That May Trigger Worker's Compensation Claims

Posted on: 23 January 2018

Most employees know that they are entitled to workers compensation services if they are injured while on the job. However, many people assume that the compensation is only available for accidental injuries, such as cuts to the finger or fractures occasioned by falls. The truth is that worker's compensation insurance also covers diseases, as long as they stem from work-related duties. Here are some of the common occupational diseases for which you may be compensated:
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If A DUI Causes No Injuries, Can You Refute The Charge?

Posted on: 19 November 2017

What can you do if you get charged with a DUI? More often than not, people who get charged with driving under the influence or with drunk driving immediately consider to defend themselves, or to use a public defender. When it comes to being charged with a DUI, an attorney will most likely not be able to help you so much, but a DUI lawyer can make a big difference for you.
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Why A Delay In Trial Doesn't Automatically Translate To A Violation Of Your Right To A Speedy Trial

Posted on: 2 October 2017

You probably know that every criminal suspect has the right to a speedy trial and a violation of the same can lead to dismissal of charges. However, dismissal of charges due to this violation isn't common because there are exceptions that allow the government to continue with your case even after a lengthy delay.  For example, the court may find that your right to a speedy trial wasn't violated if:
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