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When A Sweat Monitor Is Part Of A DUI Case

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If you have been arrested for an alcohol-related offense, such as DUI (driving under the influence) or public intoxication, you may be required to wear a sweat monitor. It’s important for defendants to understand what a sweat monitor can mean for their case. In addition, it’s vital that those charged with alcohol-related crimes speak to a criminal defense attorney as soon as possible.  What Defendants Should Know Here are some things criminal defendants should know about sweat monitors after an arrest: Read More»

Divorce Explained With Orders

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Divorce is a process that can contain several parts. However, if it’s important enough, there will be an order attached to it. Read on for a short explanation of some common divorce orders and what they mean to the final divorce petition. Understanding Court Orders When an order is issued, you know that a judge has reviewed a matter and made a ruling. Although all legal matters deal with lots of orders, divorce can be especially rife with plenty of court orders. Read More»

The Repercussions Of Charges Relating To Drug Possession

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The law regards illicit drug possession as a monstrous crime and prescribes tough measures against the offenders. Charges involving this crime could make you face life-altering and regretful consequences. Therefore, if the police arrest you for drug possession, contact your lawyer right away. They will let you know the possible consequences of your offense. This article explores these consequences and the measures you can take to avoid them.   Consequences of Conviction for Drug Possession Read More»

How Can A Criminal Defense Lawyer Help When You're Accused Of Stalking?

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Have you been labeled a stalker? While it might be embarrassing, it might also put you at risk of jail time since stalking is a criminal act. Stalking is defined as repeated, unwanted contact with another person that causes them fear or distress. This could include following someone around, sending them unwanted emails or text messages, or even showing up at their home or work uninvited. It’s a serious crime that can lead to jail time and other penalties. Read More»

Fighting for the Minimum Sentence After an OWI Charge

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Operating a vehicle while under the influence of alcohol is a serious crime that often involves facing several consequences. For example, not only does an operating while intoxicated (OWI) charge involve time behind bars, but a driver’s license can be suspended or revoked as well. The sentence set by a judge is based on several things, including the number of OWI crimes a defendant committed in the past. If you were charged with an OWI, you have the right to defend yourself whether it be via help from a public defender or by hiring your own lawyer. Read More»