You were not only arrested, but you were also charged and found guilty by the courts. All hope is lost, right? The answer is no. If you have been convicted of a crime, you have the legal right to appeal your case. Though the process might be trying and lengthy, if you have been wrongfully convicted, appealing your case can help you clear your name and avoid false imprisonment and hefty fines and penalties. [Read More]
Two Things A DUI Attorney Can Do For You
When you have been charged with drunk driving, you may be very nervous about what will happen to you. Depending on your background and the state you live in, you might even have your driving license suspended or spend time in prison. That's why it's important to retain a DUI lawyer for your day in court. Here are two things that your lawyer will do to help you. Challenge the Vehicle Stop [Read More]
What If Your Health Insurance Provider Wants Part Of Your Settlement?
If you have health insurance and are involved in an accident, there is a possibility that your insurance provider could make a claim on any settlement you receive. Whether or not you can stop the provider from taking part of your money depends on various factors. To help you understand what could happen and your options, here is what you need to know. What Happens After an Accident? After you are involved in an accident and receive medical treatment, you will most likely receive a letter from your insurance provider. [Read More]
Why Do Police Ask Hard Questions During Traffic Stops?
Traffic stops are difficult situations for all involved. The officers have to be prepared for the worst. Drivers, likewise, can only hope things proceed smoothly. If you have drank alcohol or taken strong medication, then a DUI arrest could result. One way the police decide whether to administer a blood concentration test is by asking difficult questions. The overall goal is to rattle the suspect driver, causing a tell-tale mistake of being under the influence. [Read More]