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Can I Fight A Probation Violation Charge?

Can I Fight A Probation Violation Charge?

Probation allows you to serve your sentence without being behind bars, but you are required to follow a strict set of probation terms, which may include visits to a probation officer, attending counseling, and/or treatment programs. If you fail to comply with the...

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The Difference Between a Bench Warrant and Arrest Warrant

The Difference Between a Bench Warrant and Arrest Warrant

No warrant that you receive should be ignored. It will still exist in your file and failing to act on these official court records will complicate your case and could cause jail time. What is an arrest warrant? An arrest warrant must first be approved by a judge...

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5 Ways to Fight Drug Possession Charges

5 Ways to Fight Drug Possession Charges

If you’re facing drug charges, the uncertainty of your future can be scary. You could be facing severe penalties. There are steps you can take to protect yourself and prove your innocence. 1. Knowing search and seizure What were the circumstances surrounding your...

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Violating probation: What to expect.

Violating probation: What to expect.

If you’ve violated probation and now find yourself facing a possible conviction, you don’t deserve punishment due to an oversight or accident, regardless of why you’re serving probation. As your probation violation attorney, my number one priority will be convincing...

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DUI: 8 Vital Things to Remember

DUI: 8 Vital Things to Remember

Memorial Day is upon us. The unofficial “official” start of summer. This time of year sees a dramatic increase in DUI arrests. Between backyard barbecues and pool parties, many people are less vigilant about staying sober when they know they’ll be driving, or refusing...

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Common Mistakes After DUI Arrest

Common Mistakes After DUI Arrest

A DUI arrest can be terrifying. You’re removed from your vehicle and humiliated on the side of the road. An arrest for suspected drunk driving can have severe consequences and is a much more serious matter than getting a simple traffic ticket, so you need to respond...

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Should juveniles be allowed to waive miranda rights?

Should juveniles be allowed to waive miranda rights?

“You have the right to remain silent…..” chances are you know the rest. You don’t have to be involved in a crime to have heard it, thanks to crime TV shows. These are Miranda Rights and although many people can recite them, not everyone understands what they mean....

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Can a social media post result in criminal charges?

Can a social media post result in criminal charges?

If you’ve spent any time on social media, it’s likely that you read abusive and oftentimes offensive statements posted or left as comments. Most people are under the assumption the things said online are without repercussions. However, that may not be the case....

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