Monthly Archives: October 2017

Were You Accused of a Crime You Didn’t Commit?

If you were falsely accused of a crime, the first step to defending yourself is learning your rights. As a victim of a false criminal accusation, you are likely feeling a full fleet of emotions. Take comfort in knowing that … Continue reading

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What is a No-Contest Plea?

When it comes to criminal cases, most of them end with a defendant accepting a plea bargain. This means instead of going to trial, a defendant pleads “guilty” to their criminal charges in exchange for an “incentive” from prosecution. Typically, … Continue reading

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Preliminary Hearing Process and Procedures

In last week’s blog, our readers were given a closer look at preliminary hearings. This week, we’ll dive a little deeper and discuss the general process and procedures you can expect. Continue reading to learn the basic steps to a … Continue reading

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What is a Preliminary Hearing?

Before a person is even charged with a crime, it is common for a preliminary hearing to take place between judges and prosecution to determine whether or not there is sufficient probable cause to believe that the person in fact … Continue reading

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