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Proving My Case In Court

As soon as I was accused of a crime that I didn't commit, I contacted a criminal attorney. I knew that I was going to need help proving my whereabouts and arguing with the other litigator, which is why I consulted with a professional. After meeting with my attorney and explaining my side of the story, she was able to go through my credit card statements to prove where I was and what I was doing. Her help proved my case in court, and it meant everything to me. This blog is dedicated to anyone who has ever been accused of a crime that they didn't commit.

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Will A Positive Drug Or Alcohol Result Impact Your Workers' Comp Claim?
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Can People Convicted Of Felonies Sell Their Firearms?
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Suing A Dermatologist After Undergoing Laser Skin Resurfacing
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Will A Positive Drug Or Alcohol Result Impact Your Workers’ Comp Claim?

After a workplace accident, your first thought is likely to get medical care. For your employer, it could be obtaining a drug and alcohol test for you. The results of the test could have an impact on your ability to receive workers' compensation benefits. If your employer requires a drug and alcohol test after an accident, here is what you need to know. How Can the Test Impact Benefits? Although workers' compensation benefits are in place to provide financial and medical support to employees after workplace accidents, the insurance company responsible will often work to prove that employees are not eligible for benefits. Read More 

Is It True You Can Face Worse Penalties For Assault If You Are A Trained Fighter?

Every year, millions of people participate in offensive and defensive fight training, such as boxing and taekwondo. One concern many of these trained combatants have is whether or not they would be punished more severely in court if they got into a fight with someone outside of the ring or dojo. The answer is not as clear-cut as the movies would have you believe. Here's what you need to know to protect yourself: Read More 

Can People Convicted Of Felonies Sell Their Firearms?

Although the Constitution guarantees citizens the right to possess firearms, that right is revoked if they're convicted of felonies or domestic violence. If the defendant legally owns those firearms, however, is it possible for him or her to sell them rather than let the police dispose of them? Here's what the Supreme Court had to say about people's right to transfer ownership of firearms to others after being convicted of felonies. Read More 

Suing A Dermatologist After Undergoing Laser Skin Resurfacing

Were you left with a lot of burns on your face after undergoing the laser skin resurfacing procedure for acne scars? If your attempt for removing the scars actually made the condition worse, it is possible that the dermatologist that performed the procedure is responsible for what happened to your face. You might want to file a personal injury lawsuit against the other party if the situation has had a negative effect on your life. Read More 

Can You Use Auto-Brewery Syndrome As A Defense To DUI?

If you have not consumed any alcohol but were cited for driving under the influence (DUI), there is a possibility that you suffer from a medical condition that can lead to false blood alcohol results. Auto-brewery syndrome is a real condition that you could potentially rely on to fight a DUI charge. If you believe you suffer from the condition, here is what you need to know.   Why Does Auto-Brewery Syndrome Cause False Results? Read More