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  • Four Things You Should Never Do During An Arrest
    Four Things You Should Never Do During An Arrest

    From the moment you are approached by a police officer or law enforcement agent about a potential case or crime, you are under the microscope of the law. Everything you say and do will be scrutinized, ...

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  • What Can Happen If You Violate Probation
    What Can Happen If You Violate Probation

    When a conviction for a criminal violation is all but guaranteed due to overwhelming circumstantial evidence against the defendant, a skilled criminal defense attorney may still be able to work with ...

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  • Frequently Asked Questions About DUI Cases
    Frequently Asked Questions About DUI Cases

    Getting arrested for driving under the influence ( DUI ) can rapidly lead to criminal penalties and the removal of your driver’s license if you do not protect yourself with knowledge — and a skilled ...

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  • Avoid a DUI Arrest by Planning to Get Home Safely
    Avoid a DUI Arrest by Planning to Get Home Safely

    Are you worried about getting arrested for driving under the influence ( DUI ) after a night out with friends and family? Even if you have just one drink, you could be placed in handcuffs for drunk ...

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  • Can Prescription Drugs Lead to a DUI?
    Can Prescription Drugs Lead to a DUI?

    When driving under the influence comes to mind, it is common that people will only think about drunk driving. Many don’t realize that drugs, including prescription medications, can have the same ...

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  • DUI Checkpoints: Know Your Rights
    DUI Checkpoints: Know Your Rights

    If you frequent the roads and highways of your town or state for work or leisure, you have undoubtedly come across a sobriety checkpoint at some time or another. Ever since the United States Supreme ...

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