Not many people realize the seriousness of even a small traffic violation, such as speeding. Many people, for this reason, simply plead guilty and pay the ticket rather than having to think about the process of fighting it. However, even a small traffic violation is worth fighting on some basis. Here are four specific situations in which you will want to talk with a traffic violation attorney: Driving Without a Driver's License: If you are pulled over by the police and unable to present them with a driver's license, it's considered a misdemeanor or an infraction, which is a bit less serious.
8 November 2017
Being arrested and charged with a crime can be a very scary and stressful event. Depending on the charge, you can expect several court hearings before a verdict is reached. After being charged with a crime, the best thing you can do is hire an experienced criminal defense attorney to represent you. There are a number of reasons to hire a criminal defense attorney. Communication with the Prosecutor A prosecutor is the attorney that works on behalf of the state, county, or city, when trying a criminal case.
8 August 2017
If you are scheduled to appear before a judge for a criminal manner, your appearance may be the last thing on your mind. Being charged with a crime is a serious manner and being too stressed to think of much else is understandable, but you can count on your defense attorney to represent you successfully. Your appearance, however, does matter, since it demonstrates your respect for the justice system in general, for the law and for the judge that day.
5 August 2017
If you drive regularly, you may be concerned about one day being accused of driving while intoxicated (DWI). Even people who do not drink or use illegal drugs are sometimes believed to be driving under the influence. Here is a bit of information about DWIs to help you better understand why you may be charged and what you can expect. There are three basic ways that a law enforcement officer determines whether or not you are driving while intoxicated.
28 July 2017
If you are facing a criminal trial, your hope is to get the issue resolved as soon as possible so that you can get back to your normal life. Unfortunately, unforeseen circumstances can crop up and delay your trial. In fact, some of these circumstances may not even be of your own doing. For example, events associated with these three parties can easily see your case postponed: The Court Some courts have very busy schedules, and this increases the risk of conflicting schedules.
27 July 2017
Although getting behind the wheel after drinking alcohol always has the potential to destroy lives, the ramifications of your arrest for DUI can be even more significant if you were arrested for doing so with one or more kids in the car. For instance, it's possible that following your arrest, you may need to speak with Child Protective Services, or CPS. In addition, you may discover that even though no injuries resulted from your mistake, the crime that might normally be a misdemeanor will now be prosecuted as a felony.
26 July 2017
A workers compensation claim should be a straightforward affair because you aren't required to prove anybody's negligence (as is typical with personal injury cases). Unfortunately, these claims aren't always that simple. Here are some circumstances that can complicate your workers' compensation claim: You Have a Pre-existing Medical Condition Your workers' compensation claim cannot be denied merely because you have a pre-existing health condition, but the condition can complicate your claim. This is because workers' compensation only compensates for job-related injuries, and it may be difficult to extricate your fresh injuries from the pre-existing ones.
26 July 2017