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Can College Students Face Academic Consequences for DUI Charges?

When a regular person is pulled over and arrested on a drunk driving charge, they are likely to face a long list of criminal and civil penalties. These penalties commonly include a generous combination of the following reprimands: fines, court … Continue reading

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Your Social Media Activity Can and WILL Be Used Against You in Court

Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, Snap Chat, and so on. There are numerous social media platforms to choose from. But just because you set your preferences to “private” doesn’t mean your social media is truly protected and hidden from others. Anything you … Continue reading

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What Can a Criminal Lawyer Do That a Public Defender Can’t?

Every person who is being prosecuted in our country for a felony offense has the right to an attorney. This right is clearly outlined in the Sixth Amendment to the United States Constitution. And if you listen closely to the … Continue reading

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What is Probable Cause?

In the criminal law world, the term “probable cause” is heard often. Perhaps you have heard it in crime movies or police shows as well, but have never really understood its meaning. Well today, we will discuss the meaning of … Continue reading

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Is a No Contact Order the Same as a Protective Order?

It is common for people to mistakenly assume that a “no contact” order is the same as a protective order. Although they are very similar, they are not exactly the same thing. Knowing the difference between the two can give … Continue reading

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Comprehending Arrest Warrants and Other Types of Court Issued Warrants

When a person commits a crime, or is guilty under penalty of law, they are expected to obey their court orders and instruction until they have fulfilled their obligations to the court. If a person who is under court ruling … Continue reading

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What Happens to Foreign Nationals that Commit Crimes in the United States?

The United States Immigration and Customs Enforcement Office, or ICE, enforce various federal laws concerning border control, immigration, trade, and customs for the United States of America, in order to uphold homeland security and public safety. They do everything in … Continue reading

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