Abuse within a person's home can have lasting effects on both emotional and physical health. Laws are in place to provide protection against domestic violence. If you think that you have been the victim of domestic violence, you probably have a lot of questions that need to be answered. An experienced domestic dispute attorney can help you learn about domestic violence and take legal action when necessary. 1. Domestic Violence Isn't Just Between Spouses [Read More]
Consider Criminal Record Expungement To Eliminate Your Record
When you apply for an apartment rental or job, do you dread filling out the application? If so, is it because you do not want to answer the question about your criminal record? If you have a criminal record, you are legally required to disclose this information if asked on any applications you complete. When you announce that you have a criminal record, though, it can thwart your chances of getting the apartment or job. [Read More]
3 Reasons To Hire An Attorney In A Child Sex Abuse Case
Sexual crimes committed against children are among the most egregious. Unfortunately, these crimes can continue to haunt a victim even after they have been reported to the police. Families of child sex abuse victims may not think they need to hire an attorney to represent them. It's true that a prosecutor will handle criminal charges, but the help of an attorney can be invaluable throughout the investigative and court processes. [Read More]
Can You Get A Speeding Ticket When There Was No Posted Speed Limit?
If you got a speeding ticket when there was no posted speed limit, you may think it was unfair. You could be right, but the ticket might still be valid under the law. Here are some scenarios to consider. Missing Speed Limit Sign There may be a road where the police know the usual speed limit but the speed limit sign was missing because of weather damage or vandalism. You could also pull onto a road from another road where there may not be a speed limit sign from the point where you turned on to the point where you were pulled over. [Read More]