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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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Understanding The Insanity Defense In Practice
9 October 2018

The insanity defense, though common in popular med

There's More To Criminal Law Than Just Going To Trial
4 September 2018

One of the biggest misconceptions about criminal d

Legal Tests: What To Know About DWI Testing
7 August 2018

If you've found yourself accused of driving under

Going Through A Divorce And Have Kids? 3 Reasons To Hire A Child Custody Attorney
15 May 2018

Divorce is bad on everyone, especially on the chil

Examples Of Criminal Sentences
9 May 2018

There are various sentences that criminal convicts

Understanding The Insanity Defense In Practice

The insanity defense, though common in popular media, is not that easy to execute in the real world. In fact, different states have their own standards for proving the insanity defense. Here are some of the most common variations of the insanity defense. The M'Naghten Rule In the M'Naghten Rule, a criminal defendant is deemed to have been insane at the time of the alleged act if they: Didn't know the nature of their crime Couldn't differentiate right from wrong In some states, the defendant must meet both parts of the test while in others the defendant must only meet at least one of the tests. Read More 

There’s More To Criminal Law Than Just Going To Trial

One of the biggest misconceptions about criminal defense law services firms is that they mostly deal with trials or the processes leading to trials. The field of criminal law, however, covers a lot more than just openly fighting clearly defined charges. In fact, even people who aren't facing the prospect of jail time may want to hire an attorney to protect their rights and represent their interests. You may want to retain counsel in any of these four instances. Read More 

Legal Tests: What To Know About DWI Testing

If you've found yourself accused of driving under the influence of alcohol, you should speak to a criminal law attorney right away. Being convicted of this charge can mean jail time, a loss of driving privileges, expensive fines and fees, and more. Part of your defense when it comes to having your charges dropped or reduced lies in the tests that were performed. Just appearing drunk to the law enforcement officer is not sufficient evidence. Read More 

Going Through A Divorce And Have Kids? 3 Reasons To Hire A Child Custody Attorney

Divorce is bad on everyone, especially on the children. Because of this, you want everything to go as smoothly as it can. To do this, you need to hire a child custody attorney. To help you decide, below are three reasons why you should do this. You can then get through the divorce, so your kids can start the healing process. Fast Resolution If you try to do the divorce on your own, it will take much longer. Read More 

Examples Of Criminal Sentences

There are various sentences that criminal convicts may face. If you are being tried for a crime, you need to know that these sentences are because they have different consequences for you. Here are a few examples of criminal sentences: Consecutive Sentence A consecutive sentence refers to a situation where you have multiple sentences and you have to serve them one after the other. If you are sentenced to consecutive sentences, you will end up serving the sum of all your individual sentences. Read More