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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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Joint Trials Have Pros And Cons

A joint trial combines several defendants facing the same or similar charges from the same situation. These types of cases are deemed acceptable by the law, so long as they do not interfere with the guarantee of a fair trial for the defendant. In some cases, a judge may decide that a joint trial is appropriate. For example, two people who are both accused of murdering the same individual may be on trial together. Read More 

How Will the Court Classify Your Charges?

Criminal offenses are classified in specific ways. This keeps the courts running as efficiently as possible. It also helps to ensure that those who are convicted of crimes are punished so that they are deterred from committing them again. You should know that each state does things a bit differently. Some states have different regulations for defining felonies and misdemeanors. In some states, something that would be considered a misdemeanor is more. Read More 

Understanding Your Miranda Rights

You have probably heard of your Miranda rights, especially if you watch a lot of police procedural dramas. The police on these programs will read suspects their rights, typically as they are being arrested with handcuffs. Unfortunately, there are a lot of mistaken beliefs about Miranda rights. TV Misrepresents Miranda Rights For one, police officers do not have to read you your rights as you are being arrested. Your rights are not violated if the officer who arrests you does not read you your rights at that very moment. Read More