3 Things You Might Want To Do Before Your Drug Charge Court Date

Posted on: 29 January 2016

If you have been charged with a drug crime, whether it is possession or intent to sell, you will need to make sure that you are dong everything you can to put your best foot forward before you appear before the judge in court. Take a moment to review the following things that you can do before your court date. Retain A Drug Charge Lawyer While it is not a requirement for you to have a lawyer, it might be in your best interest.
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Three Tips For Avoiding A Holiday DUI

Posted on: 28 November 2015

Everybody loves the holidays and there's nothing wrong with you and your friends enjoying a little liquor in your hot cocoa while you're celebrating. However, you want to make sure that neither you nor your friends end up involved in a DUI or an alcohol-related accident. Here are 3 tips to keep in mind: 1. Be Aware Of Heavy Police Presence During The "DUI Season"  Thanksgiving Eve has the dubious distinction of being called "
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3 Bad Driving Habits You Teach Your Kids Every Day

Posted on: 25 August 2015

As a parent, it's understandable that you may feel overwhelmed with all you have to do. Although you may take some time to teach your kids to drive, you can also maximize on family driving time by being a good example. If you lead by example, you can start grooming your children to be smarter, more alert drivers. Here are some of the things that your children may see you do and try to imitate once they get out on the road by themselves that could cause accidents for a new driver.
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Common Defenses For An Obstruction Of Justice Charge

Posted on: 24 June 2015

Obstruction of justice is a criminal offense you may be charged with if you lie to law enforcement officers or if you attempt to destroy evidence or prevent a criminal investigation from proceeding forward. You may even be charged if you were not asked to provide such evidence to law enforcement. Therefore, the simple act of throwing away papers tied to a criminal investigation could lead to you being charged with a crime.
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