History of the Freedom of Information Act
In this article, we will look at how the Freedom of Information Act came into existence, what it is, and how it has been used to reveal fraudulent and illegal activity within the government and industry.Read More »
Ineffective Assistance of Counsel
We'll discuss what rights you have throughout your entire case, what qualifies as ineffective assistance of counsel, the steps for addressing it, and what remedies can be made.Read More »
What Is Criminal Mischief?
Damaging someone else's property in any way without their permission amounts to criminal mischief, which is a crime.Read More »
Tort Law Definition & Examples
Here, "harm" is a pretty broad term that encompasses any type of wrongdoing that causes the victim to be physically or emotionally injured, suffer a loss, or otherwise experience damage that they are eligible to sue for.Read More »
What Is a Class B Felony?
Here is all you need to know about class B felony. Also get to find out the best approach to handling class B felony charges.Read More »
How Much Does a Traffic Lawyer Cost?
Many of us have found ourselves with a traffic ticket in hand, wondering what to do next. Is it cheaper to just pay the ticket or fight it?Read More »
Bail vs Bond: What’s the Difference?
Bail vs bond: Discover everything you need to know about them and their differences.Read More »
How to Handle an Outstanding Bench Warrant, Arrest Warrant, or a Missed Court Date
In this article, we will go over the differences between arrest warrants and bench warrants and detail the punishments for missing court dates.Read More »
Child Endangerment and Everything That Encompasses It
Can spanking a child be considered as child endangerment? Should a parent be punished for leaving their child at home? This resource answers all the questions that concern child endangerment, child abuse and neglect.Read More »
Is Crossing the Border a Felony?: 8 U.S. Code § 1325 & Other Immigration Laws
While crossing the border illegally may come with criminal and/or civil charges and penalties, it is not likely that a defendant will be charged with a felony in most first-time offender cases.Read More »
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