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Frequently Asked Questions About Burglary

12 October 2015
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Burglary is one of the most common crimes committed to property, and yet it is also one of the most misunderstood crimes. Burglary does not have to involve theft, though the two are often associated. The fact is that any sort of unlawful entry into a building with the intent to commit any crime is consider burglary. The paired crime is typically something along the lines of larceny or a felony, if not theft. Read More …

Could Your New Hampshire Teen Be Charged With Statutory Rape?

29 September 2015
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If you live in New Hampshire, you may have recently become aware of your state's statutory rape laws through media coverage of the trial of an 18-year-old convicted of several misdemeanors for having sex with a 15-year-old. Despite not being found not guilty of felony rape, the defendant will be required to register as a sex offender. Could your teen be in danger of being charged with statutory rape for engaging in a consensual relationship with someone below the age of consent? Read More …

DUI Lawyer – Could He Get You A Restricted Driver’s License?

29 September 2015
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When facing DUI charges, you may question whether you need to hire a DUI attorney to help you through the situation. The honest truth is yes – a DUI lawyer is a wise investment during this time. A lawyer could help to protect your ability to drive over the next several months, or even years. Help With a Restricted Driver's License It is possible that a lawyer could argue your case and file the documents to grant you a restricted driver's license. Read More …

3 Common Questions About Arrest Procedures And Your Rights

28 September 2015
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If you've been arrested, you may have a few questions regarding the process, especially if you believe your arrest to be illegal. Below are the answers to three common questions regarding arrest. If I Wasn't Informed of My Rights, is My Arrest Invalid? The reading of the Miranda rights is an important part of the questioning process. If the arresting officer failed to inform you of your rights, however, does this make your arrest invalid? Read More …

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Working With The Right Lawyer

When I got in trouble a few years ago, I used a brand new court-appointed attorney. She was visibly nervous, which made me scared about my fate. Fortunately, she was able to prove that I was innocent, but I was left wondering what would have happened otherwise. After that experience, I decided to research attorneys so that I could work with someone that I believed in. I spent a few weeks interviewing different professionals, so that I would have someone ready for the next round of litigation. It was amazing to see how much better things went. This blog is all about working with the right lawyer, so that you can prove your innocence.