Fighting Against Wrongful Criminal Charges

Did Your Neighbor's Tree Damage Your Property And You Want To File A Small Claims Case? What To Consider First

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If you are considering filing a small claims case against a neighbor and you aren’t sure where to start, you’ll want to talk with a Mayors Court attorney to find out what process you need to follow. If a piece of your property was damaged because of your neighbor’s poor landscaping and rotting tree, they should have to pay. There are some documents you’ll want to have before you file, and some things that you’ll want to consider before you move forward with the claim. Read More»

What You Need To Know About Grand Juries If You're Under Suspicion Of A Serious Crime

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If you’re under suspicion of a serious crime at either the federal or state level, the prosecution may present its case against you to a grand jury and seek an indictment before formally charging you. This is what you need to know about this step in the prosecution’s process. Technically, the grand jury is supposed to protect you against frivolous prosecution. If you’re accused of a serious federal crime, like mail fraud, the prosecution has to seek permission to prosecute you from a special body of citizens, known as a grand jury. Read More»

3 Things To Consider When Taking Your DUI Case To Court

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If you have been charged with driving under the influence, there are some things you need to consider before moving forward with fighting your charge in front of a jury. Pretrial Hearing If you feel you were arrested for DUI unlawfully and want to ensure that any evidence collected illegally is not used in your case, you can request a pretrial hearing. During this hearing, you will have the opportunity to make a motion to keep this illegally obtained evidence from being used against you by the prosecutor. Read More»