5 Things You Should Understand About Your Defense Attorney's Trial Behavior

Posted on: 5 August 2015
Your criminal defense attorney may seem like a puzzle to you, and some of his or her behaviors could have you doubting their competence or motivation for helping you. There are five things you should know about an attorney's trial behavior, so that you can remain confident with your defense. 1. Your lawyer won't pop up like a jack-in-the-box to object every time a prosecutor skirts the rules during trial.
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3 Tips To Help Prepare You For Contesting Your Divorce In Court

Posted on: 23 July 2015
Divorce is one of those things that is never easy. Even if you are the one who decided to finally end the marriage, it likely wasn't an easy decision to make. It is estimated that anywhere between 45 and 50% of first-time marriages will end in divorce. Those numbers continue to climb the more marriages you have under your belt. Some divorces are easier to get finalized - this is usually when both parties are in agreement on everything.
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Hazy Confusion | Clearing Tourist Misconceptions About Legal Marijuana

Posted on: 6 July 2015
Marijuana may be well on its way to being fully legalized in some states, but even with these changes there are still people who have a lot of confusion about where the lines are drawn where laws are concerned. Whether you occasionally smoke marijuana yourself and want to pay a visit to Colorado or are planning a trip to newly weed legal Oregon, it is crucial that you understand the laws about "
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Class Actions Lawsuits: What You Need To Know

Posted on: 18 June 2015
You may have heard the term "class action lawsuit" on the news in reference to suits involving major brand name products. You may have even received an email about such suits from businesses that you have dealt with online, such as stores or services. If you think you may have a claim in a class action lawsuit, you may have questions about exactly what it means and what you should do.
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