Can You Claim Self-Defense?

Posted on: 24 March 2017

Arguing self-defense in a crime of violence is not uncommon. However, proving that force was needed in an incident can sometimes be challenging. If you plan to argue self-defense, here is what you need to know.   What Do You Have to Prove? To claim self-defense, you need to prove that the other person involved was the aggressor and that you believed physical action was necessary to stop a threat from him or her.
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Two Things You Should Know About Sentencing For Vehicular Homicide

Posted on: 25 May 2016

If you get into an accident while under the influence of alcohol and someone dies as a result, it's almost certain you'll be charged with vehicular homicide and sentenced to serve jail time if you're convicted. The length of your jail sentence will be influenced by a variety of factors. Here are two surprising determinants you should know about, which can help you determine the best way to handle your case.
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