3 Mistakes People Make After Being Charged With A Crime
27 May 2017
If you have been in trouble with the law you are probably wondering what you should do to protect yourself. A criminal record can be very serious and can damage your future if it isn't handled right. Here are some mistakes that people make after an arrest or a criminal charge.
1. Not Hiring An Attorney
It is no secret that hiring an attorney can be costly. A good attorney will charge a good amount of money to represent you, but it is worth the money.
You Should Hire An Immigration Lawyer
13 April 2017
It is possible to get a visa to come work or be a student in the United States. It is also possible for a person to become a United States citizen. However, gaining citizenship can be a lot harder than one might think. There are lawyers that specialize specifically in the immigration laws in the United States. If you want to increase the likelihood of actually obtaining a visa or becoming a citizen there are specific things that you truly need to do.
Dress To Impress In The Courtroom
29 March 2017
It pays to take a few extra steps when preparing for your criminal courtroom appearance. Many people fail to recognize just how important first impressions can be. Your wardrobe choices can either show that you are a respectful, law-abiding member of society, or a disrespectful criminal. The judge, and the jury if your case calls for one, make tiny, almost unconscious decisions about you based on your appearance, so read on to learn more about making good choices when you get dressed for your court appearances.
3 Examples of Pre-trial Motions a DUI Attorney Can Help You With
28 March 2017
Do you know that the actual trial isn't the only time a driving under the influence (DUI) attorney can help you? An attorney can help you with a plea bargain, see to it that your rights are observed, and even instigate pretrial motions on your behalf. Here are three examples of pretrial motions your DUI attorney may deem appropriate:
Motion to Suppress
A motion to suppress seeks to exclude evidence that was illegally obtained by the authorities.