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Who Not To Select For Your Jury

While you hope that every person would be fair as a juror if someone else's fate was at stake, this is not always the case. There are many things that make someone a bad juror, including prejudices, bad attitude, and lack of cognitive ability. Here are some things to look for when you are weeding out jurors.  Prejudice People can become prejudiced for many reasons, and they can't always help it.   Read More...

Following A Nightclub Assault, Your Attorney Will Work To Determine These Degrees Of Negligence

A nightclub can be a place where you and your friends enjoy many fun evenings, but it can also be a spot that has its risks. Given that people can become unpredictable when drinking, nightclubs can often be the sites of assaults. If you've been assaulted at a nightclub, you'll want to cooperate with the police investigation.  You may also wish to contact a personal injury attorney to see if there's any merit for a suit against the venue.   Read More...

Think You Know The Consequences Of A Felony Conviction? Consider These First

What happens after a felony conviction? If you've been charged with a felony-level crime, you may have already given a lot of thought to the immediate consequences of a conviction. Depending on what the prosecutor is offering, you may even be prepared to plead guilty -- especially if you're being offered minimal jail time and probation. The prosecutor's deal might seem like a bargain in comparison to the possibilities -- as long as you don't think about how that felony conviction will affect the rest of your future.   Read More...

The End of an Era: Why You Need To Create a Separation Agreement

If you are considering splitting up with your spouse, one document that you need to create is a separation agreement. A separation agreement is a document that states how you and your spouse plan to split your assets, handle child custody arrangements, and manage expenses. It may also include information regarding alimony or child support, or specify who gets to remain in the family home. In most states, the separation agreement is legally enforceable.   Read More...

3 Mistakes To Avoid When Pulled Over For Suspicion Of DUI

Avoiding a DUI arrest is as easy as not getting behind the wheel after you've had too much to drink. Unfortunately, when alcohol clouds your judgment, it can be difficult to know when you've had too much. Hopefully, you'll never find yourself in a situation where you're being pulled over under suspicion of driving under the influence. If you are, however, it's important that you understand your rights. Specifically, there are a few common mistakes you'll want to avoid in your interactions with a police officer.   Read More...