Fighting Against Wrongful Criminal Charges
Hiring an attorney to defend you on your DUI charge was a smart move, but you should understand that you are an important part of the legal team and that your courtroom behavior could make a difference in the outcome of your trial. Read below for some fast and easy tips to ace your courtroom appearance.
1. There is virtually nothing that happens in the real world that is not also available in the virtual world. Read More»
Are you a female who frequently suffers from premenstrual syndrome (PMS)? Do you often take Midol or another type of nonprescription drug to ease your bloating, fatigue, and/or muscle aches? If so, you could be putting yourself at risk of being charged with DWI. Read on to learn more.
Midol May Alter Your Ability To Drive
Midol (as well as many other medications) may provide symptom relief, but it also causes drowsiness in some individuals, and this effect may be more severe if the drug is taken in combination with alcohol or certain other medications. Read More»
People crashing their cars into rivers and other bodies of water occurs surprisingly often and there are often many legal ramifications. Reckless driving charges are often brought up against these drivers, making their life more difficult. If you have crashed your car into a river, here’s what you need to know about these cases.
Reckless Driving Definition
When your car ends up in a river, there’s a good chance that you will be facing a reckless driving charge simply by the severity of the resulting crash. Read More»
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»
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»