5 Consequences Of A DUI Conviction

Getting arrested for a DUI is not something you should take lightly. Even if you don't have to spend any time in jail, having a DUI conviction on your record can negatively impact your life in many ways. Here are five consequences you can face with a DUI conviction. Driver's License Revocation If you get convicted of a DUI, the judge can revoke your driver's license for a significant amount of time. [Read More]

Handling Your Own Civil Appeal? Use These Tips To Get Through The Process

Losing your civil lawsuit can be frustrating, especially if you believe that there were some errors in the way it was handled by the court. If you intend to appeal the decision on your own, you need to make sure that you follow the proper steps. Here are some tips that should help you through the process. 1.) File a motion for a stay of execution. Under the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, you have ten days after the judgment against you before the court's order goes into effect, allowing the other party to collect. [Read More]

Was Your Teen In A Vehicle Where Drugs Were Found? What To Know

If your teenager who is a minor was a passenger in a vehicle and is being charged with possession charges because there were drugs near them in the vehicle, you want to get a drug defense attorney right away. Drug crimes will go on the teens record and you don't want your teen to be labeled as a drug user when they are trying to get a job in the future. [Read More]

Hoping That Evidence In Your Case Gets Thrown Out? Understand How Motions To Suppress Work

Your criminal defense case starts a long time before your trial will. In many cases, defense attorneys will ask the judge in a case to make some important decisions about what evidence the jury is allowed to hear through motions to suppress evidence. The success or failure of these motions will eventually shape a lot of the events at trial. If you've been charged with a crime, this is what you need to know about motions to suppress. [Read More]