Ways That Your Attorney Can Cast Doubt On Photos Of Alleged Domestic Violence

Posted on: 12 November 2018

When police arrive on the scene of a reported domestic violence situation, they'll almost always look for signs of physical violence. As part of their investigation, the police will document these apparent injuries with photos. The prosecution will then use the photos that depict the victim's injuries in an effort to show that physical domestic violence did indeed occur. If you're the defendant in a domestic violence case, you need to find the right attorney who has the experience and skills to successfully defend you against these claims.
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Establishing A Working Relationship With Bail Bond Agents: How And Why For Lawyers

Posted on: 20 September 2018

As a criminal lawyer, you spend a lot of time in court and visiting clients in jail. A question you are most certainly asked often is "Where can I find a bail agent?" Maybe your client asks it, or a family member of the jailed (when the family member calls to ask what happens next or get the case file number for bail). If you have spent enough time in the jails, you eventually run into a couple of bail bond agents.
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Three Ways That The Discharge Of A Firearm Could Lead To A Misdemeanor Charge

Posted on: 22 August 2018

If you own firearms, you can legally shoot them at a gun range and while hunting. Should you choose to discharge one of your weapons at another time and for another reason, however, you could soon be dealing with the local police force. Different areas have different rules regarding the shooting of firearms. If you live remotely and have a large property, for example, you may be able to lawfully shoot your guns on your property.
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When Should You Be Advised Of Your Rights? What If You Haven't Been, What Happens?

Posted on: 2 August 2018

It's possible that you have been accused of a crime and are being arrested. At this time, the police are supposed to read you your rights, known as Miranda rights. These tell you what your rights are in that moment – you have the right to remain silent and not talk to police and you have the right to a lawyer. There is a bit of a misunderstanding of when your rights should be read to you.
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